PlanPlus - Decentralized Planning System
ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS
DADRA AND NAGAR HAVELI
DAMAN AND DIU
JAMMU AND KASHMIR
Allocation of Basic Grants
Allocation of Performance
Special assistance to
areas under schedule VI
of the Constitution for FY 2015- 16
Ministry of Finance Guidelines
dated 8th October, 2015
Advisory on Expenditure Limit of
10% towards O&M
Public display of relevant Works/Activities details
Generation of OSR
by the Panchayats
Frequently Asked Questions
What is FFC ?
Article 280 of the Constitution of India requires the Constitution of a Finance Commission every five years, or earlier. For the period from 1st April, 2015 to 31st March, 2020, the Fourteenth Finance Commission (FFC) was constituted by the orders of President on 2nd January, 2013 and submitted its report on 15th December, 2014 and laid in Parliament on 24th February, 2015. The Government of India accepted the recommendations of FFC in respect of the Local Bodies. The FFC has worked out the total size of grant of Rs. 2,87,436 crore for the award period. Of this grant recommended to Panchayats is Rs. 2,00,292.20 crore and to Municipalities is Rs. 87,143.80 crores.
What are the components of FFC?
The FFC has recommended Grant-in-aid to duly constituted Panchayats (Rural Local bodies) and Municipalities (Urban Local Bodies) in two parts, nameIy - (i) a Basic grant and (ii) a Performance Grant. In case of Gram Panchayats, 90% of the Grant will be the Basic Grant and 10% will be the Performance Grant.
What are the allocations available under FFC?
What kind of activities can be undertaken using FFC Grants?
The Grants provided are intended be used to support and strengthen the delivery of basic civic services including water supply, sanitation including septage management, sewage and solid management, storm water drainage, maintenance of community asset etc., maintenance of roads, footpaths, street-lighting, burial and cremation grounds,Technical & Administrative Support and any other basic service within the functions assigned to them under relevant legislations. Further, the costs for technical and administrative support towards O&M and capital expenditure are also permitted and should not exceed 10% of the allocation to a Gram Panchayat and the expenditure can be incurred only by the local body concerned
What kind of activities are permitted under O&M and Capital expenditure?
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Release of FFC Grant(StateWise)
State Government Formula for Distribution of Basic Grant to GPs
State Government Formula for Distribution of Performance Grant to GPs
FFC Grant Expenditure Report(Sectorwise)
FFC Grant Expenditure Report(Sectorwise)(GP- wise)
FFC Grants Data Entry Monitoring Report (GP- wise)
FFC Audit Status Report
Mode Of Fund Transfer For Panchayat Report
Fourteen Finance Commission Guidelines