Madhya Pradesh

Report of the Comptroller & Auditor General of India on General and Social Sectors for the year ended 31 March 2017, Government of Madhya Pradesh, Report No.5 of year 2018

Date on which Report Tabled:
Thu 10 Jan, 2019
Date of sending the report to Government:
Thu 15 Nov, 2018
Government Type:
Sector General Sector Ministries and Constitutional Bodies


The Report contains an overview of significant audit observations and two chapters.

Chapter I of the Report narrates the general information about audited entities, audit coverage, responses of the Government to the Audit Inspection Reports/Audit Reports and instances of fraudulent withdrawals and recoveries at the instance of Audit.

Chapter II of Report includes one Compliance Audit Paragraph on ‘Functioning of Residential Schools and Hostels for Scheduled Tribes’. Significant deficiencies noticed were as mentioned below:

During the years 2012-13 to 2016-17, State Government incurred ` 2,686.12 crore on functioning of residential schools and hostels for scheduled tribes (STs). However, residential schools and hostels were deficient in infrastructure, such as inadequate accommodation for inmates as well as staff, cots, dinning space, toilets, incomplete construction works, etc. Tribal Affairs Department increased seats in 247 pre-matric hostels without any actual increase in the accommodation capacities of these hostels. Residential schools had substantial shortage of teachers, which affected the quality of education. Collectors failed to ensure regular health check-up of inmates. Commissioner Tribal Development furnished fictitious utilisation certificates of ` 113.84 crore in respect of grants-in-aid received from Government of India during 2012-13 to 2016-17. Audit also noticed untraceable advances of ` 6.03 crore which were released to Collectors eight to 15 years back, besides violation of codal provisions in purchases.

Besides the Report contains  two Audit Paragraphs of Departments of the Government of Madhya Pradesh under General and Social Sectors.

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