Village Electrification

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Village Electrification

Backgroud

Before the creation of Directorate of Village Electrification Programme Sindh, the Sindh Provincial Government was allocating only funds for Village Electrification Programme to HESCO, for deposit works against the Village Electrification Schemes, meeting with criteria. There was no any counter check to ensure the proper utilization of those funds and progress / quality of work.
In view of the above facts, the Government of Sindh has created Directorate of Village Electrification Programme in Sindh.

Function of Directorate of Village Electrification Programme Sindh

The functions of Directorate Village Electrification Programme Sindh are as under:-

  • To identify & prioritize as per criteria the un-electrified villages of Sindh
  • To take efforts for preparation of Feasibility Study of the Villages to be considered for electrification within HESCO, SEPCO and KESC and to provide funds accordingly.
  • In future the feasibilities would be carried out by the technical staff of HESCO, SEPCO, KESC & the Directorate of VEP jointly.
  • The Directorate would be considering the execution of electrification work of selected villages at its own as per procedure of WAPDA standards and the completed villages will be hand over to HESCO, SEPCO and KESC for energization.
  • A PC-I of the scheme namely “Electrification of Four Villages through Directorate of Village Electrification Programme in Sindh (Two Villages within licensed area of each HESCO & SEPCO as Pilot Project)” has been prepared & submitted for the approval of DDWP.

Organizational Setup

The Directorate of Village Electrification Programme Sindh, has a Director, VEP (BS-19) since its creation whereas, Two Deputy Director (Technical) (BPS-18), and Two District Village Electrification Officer (BPS-17) has been posted recently. The posts of Two District Village Electrification Officers (BS-17) and Divisional Accounts Officer (BS-17) are vacant, which are required to be filled in. The required fresh ministerial staff has already been appointed.

The proposed setup of the Directorate of Village Electrification Programme, Sindh is as under:-

 

 

 

Organization Chart

Directorate of Village Electrification ProgrammeSindh Energy Department, Govt. of Sindh.Read More

Organizational Setup
The Directorate of Village Electrification Programme Sindh, has a Director, VEP (BS-19) since its creation whereas, Two Deputy Director (Technical) (BPS-18), and Two District Village Electrification Officer (BPS-17) has been posted recently. The posts of Two District Village Electrification Officers (BS-17) and Divisional Accounts Officer (BS-17) are vacant, which are required to be filled in. The required fresh ministerial staff has already been appointed.

The proposed setup of the Directorate of Village Electrification Programme, Sindh is as under:-

Organization Chart

Directorate of Village Electrification Programme, Sindh Energy Department, Govt. of Sindh.

 

 

 

Achievements – VEP In Sindh

Achievements – VEP In Sindh Funded By GOS Under CM Directive. 

Name Of Scheme Released Amount & Month (Ml) No. Of Electrified Villages Amount (Ml) Under Progress Amount (Ml) Total Villages Total Amount (Ml) Progress (%Age) Remarks
VEP, Phase-I-B 1000.000 June 2008 959 960.039 959 960.039 100% Balance Amount Rs.178.403 (Million)
VEP, Phase-II
Total
999.315 Dec-2010
30.000 June 2011
350.000 June 2011
178.403 (M) Balance Amount carried forwarded Ph-I
11557.754
1470 1497.758 ( 45 59.996 1515 1557.754 97.03% It is expected that schemes will be completed soon
VEP, Phase-III Amount Rs.1000 Million HESCO SEPCO Total of Phase-III HESCO & SEPCO 1000.000 Jan & Mar 2012 (500 Million) (500 Million) 199 
213 
412
244.373 211.713 456.086 125 
183 
308
252.184 233.511 4485.695 324 
396 
720
496.557 445.224 941.781 57.22% Reason of delay, due to late transfer of funds to HESCO/SEPCO. (Note: In this amount Rs.1000.000 (M) about 795 village would be electrified)
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Achievements – Villages in Karachi

 
                     

Achievements – Villages in Karachi, Funded By GOS Under CM Directive. 

Non ADP Scheme for the year 2011-12

Augmentation of old villages Baba &Bhit Island, Keamari in respect of Electrical Network, was estimated to Rs. 56.00 (M).

Against said scheme Rs.51.000 million were released by Finance Dept., on 06th March 2012, and transferred to KESC account, whereas, remaining amount of Rs. 05 (M), were required to be paid by the Sponsor, but yet not made available to KESC. However, work is under progress.

Position Of ADP Schemes

Position of ADP Schemes for Strengthen/Establishment of Sub Officer of the Directorate in Hyderabad to Monitor the Village Electrification Work of HESCO/SEPCO (Revenue Component/Capital Component) 

Name Of Scheme Amount Distribution Remarks
Village Electrocution Programme in Sindh, Phase-I Rs.17.440 million (In Revenue Component for monitoring purpose. Total = 25.000 million (for monitor the working for HESCO/SEPCO Appointment of the officials made very late due to the ban of appointment. However, after & gating permission from high ups process of contract have been completed.
Rs.7.560 million (In Capital Component for office construction purpose) The construction of office building in the premises of Electric Inspect, Hyderabad Region by Energy Dept. could not be still resolved due to land dispute, between the Irrigation Dept. The Chief Secretary has taken stand hence as and when the matter will be resolved, the construction work will be started.
 

Position Of ADP Schemes

 
         

Position of ADP Schemes for Strengthen/Establishment of Sub Officer of the Directorate in Karachi to Monitor the Electrification of Villages Working Of KESC (Revenue Component/Capital Component) 

Name Of Scheme Amount Distribution Remarks
Electrocution of villages in Karachi, Phase-I Rs.6.203 million (In Revenue Component for monitoring purpose. Total = 8.203 million (for monitor the working for KESC Appointment of the officials made very late due to the ban of appointment. However, after & gating permission from high ups process of contract have been completed.
Rs.2.000 million (In Capital Component for office purpose) The construction of office building in the premises of Director, Power Cell Office, Baloch Colony, Karachi by Energy Dept. could not be still resolved due to land dispute, between the Irrigation Dept. 
The Chief Secretary has taken stand hence as and when the matter will be resolved, the construction work will be started.
New Schemes For The Year 2013 – 2014  
         

Village Electrification Programme in Sindh, Phase – V in HESCO and SEPCO’s licensed area estimated amount of Rs.1500.00 million.

 

Electrification of Goths (Villages), Phase – IV in KESC licensed area estimated amount of Rs.300.00 million.

 

Electrification of Four Villages through Directorate of Village Electrification Programme Sindh (Two Villages within licensed area of each HESCO & SEPCO as pilot project) with estimated cost of Rs: 6.12 million.