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1 A. RCH-II FLEXIPOOL A.1 MATER AL HEALTH A.1.1 A A Operationalise facilities (only dissemination, meetings and quality assurance) Operationalise FRUs Organise dissemination workshops for FRU guidelines Rs per workshop A A A A A A A A A A A Prepare plan for operationalisation across districts (cost of plan meeting should be kept) Monitor progress and quality of service delivery Operationalise 24x7 PHCs Prepare plan for operationalisation across districts (cost of plan meeting should be kept) Monitor progress and quality of service delivery Operationalise Safe abortion services (including MVA/ EVA and medical abortion)at health facilities Prepare plan for operationalisation across districts (priortise facilities for safe abortion services; cost of plan meeting should be kept) Monitor progress and quality of service delivery Operationalise RTI/STI services at health facilities Prepare plan for operationalisation across districts (priortise facilities for RTI/STI services; cost of plan meeting should be kept) Monitor progress and quality of service delivery. Rs per camp Rs.2000 per meeting Camps to be held at high volume FRUs. per blood donation camps at FRUs (Delivery Points). Yearly 01 camp/fru is approved. Quartely meeting proposed for review of FRU/24x7 PHCs progress & preparation of plan for stregthening of 24*7 PHCs at district level A A Operationalise sub-centres Prepare plan for operationalising services at sub-centres (for a range of RCH services including antenatal care and post natal care; cost of plan meeting should be kept) A A.1.2 Monitor quality of service delivery and utilisation including through field visits Referral Transport (home to facility, interfacility, dropback) A.1.3 A Integrated outreach RCH services RCH Outreach Camps in unserved/ under-served areas (state should focus on facility based services and outreach camps to be restricted to areas without functional health facilities)

2 A A A.1.4. A A A a A b Monthly Village Health and utrition Days Monitor quality of services and utilisation Janani Suraksha Yojana / JSY Home deliveries Institutional deliveries Rural Urban A c C-sections Rs.500 per delivery Rs.1400 per delivery Rs.1000 per delivery Rs.500 per delivery for deliveries (To be provided to BPL delivery for getting nutritious diet). It is only approved for BPL families Rs.1400 per institutional delivery Rs.1000 per institutional delivery A Admin Cost (5%) A ASHA Incentive Rs.350 per delivery at rural area Rs.200 per delivery at urban area A.1.5 Maternal Death Audit (both in institutions and community) Rs per workshop, Rs.50 per CMD reporting 6 block level workshop 0.78 ASHA incentive is Rs. 350/- and Rs. 200/- per institutional delivery in rural and urban areas respectively. District to pay ASHA incentives accordingly. 1. MDR workshop at Rs 10000/block. 2. Incentive to ASHA for MDR Rs 50/ case A.1.6 A.1.7 A Other strategies/activities (please specify) JSSK- (for Pregnant Women) Drugs and Consumables (other than reflected in Procurement) Drugs and Consumables for Normal Deliveries Drugs and Consumables for Complicated Deliveries Drugs and Consumables for Caesarean Deliveries Rs. 125 per case cases Rs. 600 per case 3299 cases 5.94 Rs per case A Diagnostic Rs. 200 per case for pregnant ladies & Rs. 100 per case for sick new born 1650 cases cases For Rs 200 per case & For Sick New Rs 100 A Blood Transfusion Rs. 300 per month & Rs. 200 per newborn A Diet ( 3 days for Normal Delivery and 7 days for Caesarean) 1570 cases 3.70 For PW Rs.300 per case & for sick new born Rs.200 per case Rs.51 per day For normal delivery budget approvd for 3 days & for C-section budget approve for 7 days A Free Referral Transport Home to Institution Rs.250 per case Drop back from institution to home Refer to higher facility & drop back Rs.250 per case Rs.250 per case 3794 Rs. 250/- per case as POL for Govt ambulance for inter-facility transfer Strgthening of Referral Transport System through Base Ambulances A. Sub-total Maternal Health (excluding JSY) A. Sub-total JSY District need to take initiative & prepare detail operational plan & to appoint a nodal officer for the programme. Detail guideline will be send shortly.

3 A.2. A.2.1 A CHILD HEALTH IM CI Prepare detailed operational plan for IMNCI across districts A A A Implementation of IMNCI activities in districts Monitor progress against plan; follow up with training, procurement, etc Pre-service IMNCI activities in medical colleges, nursing colleges, and ANMTCs A.2.2 Facility Based ewborn Care/FB C (S CU, BSU, BCC) A Prepare detailed operational plan for FBNC across districts (including training, BCC/IEC, drugs and supplies, etc.; cost of plan meeting should be kept). A FBNC Drugs & Supplies Rs.2.5 lakh per FBNC for drugs & consumables A FBNC Maintenance Costs Rs per FBNC for Maintenance A FBNC Drugs & Supplies for FBNC at 6 Medical Colleges Rs.5 lakh per FBNC for one year A NBSU maintenance cost Rs per NBSU for one year A A.2.3 A A A Monitor progress against plan; follow up with training, procurement, etc. Home Based ewborn Care/HB C Prepare and disseminate guidelines for HBNC.(Workshop at block level) Prepare detailed operational plan for HBNC across districts ( cost of plan meeting should be kept). Monitor progress against plan; follow up with training, procurement, etc.(supportive Supervision & monitorinof Frontline Workers by PHC ASHA supervisors / Block Health Facilitators) Rs.500 per supervisor per month, Workshop for orienting ASHA-Sahyoginis and selectd VHSC members about the shceme will organised during maternal death review workshop District level workshop will be conducted for the block & district official of the M&H department to prepare detail action plan for implementation & monitoring of the scheme.clubbed with MDR workshop.. ASHA Supervisors to be Rs 500 per month basis for supportive supervision. ASHA kit equipments & bags Rs.270 per ASHA kit equipment Digital Wrist per per bag for Rs.150 per blanket A.2.4 A Infant and Young Child Feeding/IYCF Prepare and disseminate guidelines for IYCF.

4 A Prepare detailed operational plan for IYCF across districts ( cost of plan meeting should be kept). A A.2.5 A A Monitor progress against plan; follow up with training, procurement, etc. Care of Sick Children and Severe Malnutrition at facilities (e.g. RCs, CD Cs etc.) Prepare and disseminate guidelines. Prepare detailed operational plan for care of sick children and severe malnutrition at FRUs, across districts ( cost of plan meeting should be kept). A Wage compensation to attendant at MTCs (6 bed) strictly adherent to grade 3 and 4 of malnutrition A Wage compensation to attendant at MTCs (3 bed) strictly adherent to grade 3 and 4 of malnutrition A Implementation of activities in districts. A Drugs & Supplies to MTCs (6 bed) A Drugs & Supplies to MTCs (3 bed) A Monitor progress against plan; follow up with training, procurement, etc. A.2.6 Management of Diarrhoea, ARI and Micronutrient malnutrition A.2.7 Other strategies/activities (please specify) Rs.135 per day per child for 10 days Rs per MTC Rs per MTC Approval Awaited A Performace based incentive to FB C Rs per month A Performace based incentive to Rs per MTC (6 bed) month A.2.8 Infant Death Audit Rs.50 per ASHA/AWW & Rs.10 per ANM for reporting of Infant death occurred in community A.2.9 A A A Incentive to ASHA under child health Incentive to ASHA for home based post natal care to new born Incentive to ASHA for followup of discharged FB C & MTC cases JSSK- (for for Sick neonates up to 30 days) Rs.250 per new born Rs.200 per child Rs.250 to ASHA for per child for home based neo natal care upto 42 days Approval Awaited from GoI

5 A A A Drugs & consumables (other than reflected in Procurement) Drugs and Consumables for mildly sick new born Drugs and Consumables for severely sick new born Diagnostic Free Referral Transport (other than A1.2 and A1.7.5) Referral for mildly sick newborn Referral for sverely sick newborn Rs.100 per case Rs. 250 per case Rs per case A. Sub-total Child Health A.3 FAMILY PLA I G A.3.1 Terminal/Limiting Methods A Orientation workshop and dissemination of manuals on FP standards & quality assurance of sterilisation services A A Prepare operational plan for provision of sterilisation services at facilities (fixed day) as well as camps, review meetings Implementation of sterilisation services by districts(including fixed day services and PP sterilization) A Organise female sterilisation camps Rs.2000 per camp A Organise NSV camps Rs per camp A A A A.3.2 A A Compensation for female sterilisation Compensation for NSV Acceptance Accreditation of private providers to provide sterilisation services Spacing Methods IUD camps Implementation of IUD services by districts (including fixed day services at SHC and PHC) Rs.1000 per case Rs.1500 per case Rs.1500 per case camps A Provide IUD services at health facilities / compensation A A PPIUCD services Accreditation of private providers to provide IUD insertion services A Social Marketing of contraceptives (includng delivery of contraceptive by ASHA at door step) A.3.3 POL for Family Planning/ Others (including additional mobilty support to surgeon's team if req) A.3.4 Repairs of Laparoscopes Rs per laparoscope Rs.75 per case Rs.50 per case

6 A.3.5 Other strategies/activities (please specify): A Monitor progress, quality and utilisation of services (both terminal and spacing methods) including complications / deaths / failure cases. ote: cost of insurance / failure and death compensation OT to be booked here Rs per meeting A A Performance reward if any World Population Day celebration (such as mobility, IEC activities etc.): funds earmarked for district and block level activities Rs per block, Rs per dist. & Rs.5 lakh for state Rs per block, Rs per dist. A Sterilization failure compensation A. Sub-total Family Planning (excluding Sterilisation Compensation and SV Camps) 5.61 A. Sub-total Sterilisation Compensation and SV Camps A.4 ADOLESCE T REPRODUCTIVE A D SEXUAL HEALTH / ARSH A.4.1 Adolescent services at health facilities A Disseminate ARSH guidelines. Rs.300 per set A Establishment of new clinics at DH level A Establishment of new clinics at CHC/PHC level A Operating expenses for existing clinics Rs.800 per clinic per month for 12 months A A A.4.2 A A Outreach activities including peer educators Regional level Adolescent Health Workshop School health programme Prepare and disseminate guidelines for School Health Programme. Prepare detailed operational plan for School Health Programme across districts (cost of plan meeting should be kept) Rs.1.5 lac per workshop A A A A A.4.3 Implementation of School Health Programme by districts. Zonal level sensitization meeting Block level School Health Planning Meetings Monitor progress and quality of services. Other strategies/activities (please specify) Details of the Menstrual Hygiene project to be provided and budgeted under this head Rs per meeting Rs.2500 per block

7 A Menstrual Hygiene project Rs.75000/- per district A Life skill education A. Sub-total ARSH 0.15 A.5 URBA RCH (focus on Urban slums) A.5.1 Urban RCH Services A Identification of urban areas / mapping of urban slums A Mapping of urban areas of divisional head quarter cities 0.10 A Mapping of urban areas of 13 other cities with proposed urban RCH centres for next financial year 0.05 A Prepare operational plan for urban RCH A Implementation of Urban RCH plan/ activities Operating cost of 33 existing urban RCH centres Training of staff of Urban RCH centres / aidposts viz. Doctors, ANMs, Lab Technicians etc IEC for urban RCH Centres IEC for urban Aidposts A Provide RCH services (please specify) A Monitor progress, quality and utilisation of services. (Operatinal cost of state urban health cell) A Other Urban RCH strategies/activities (please specify) Baseline survey of Jaipur City especially for minority area of the city Will be conducted at state level A. Sub-total Urban Health A.6. TRIBAL RCH A.6.1 Tribal RCH services A Prepare operational plan for tribal RCH A Implementation of Tribal RCH activities A Monitor progress, quality and utilisation of services. A Other Tribal RCH strategies/activities (please specify) A. Sub-total Tribal Health A.7 P DT Activities A.7.1 Support to P DT cell A Operationalise PNDT Cell A Operatinalzation of State PC- PNDT cell A A Operatinalzation of District PC- PNDT cell Orientation of programme managers and service providers on PC & PNDT Act Approval Awaited from GoI

8 A State level workshop Rs per workshop A Dsitrict Level workshop Rs per workshop A Meetting of Central Supervisory Rs.6 lac per Board at Jaipur meeting A.7.2 Other P DT activities (please specify) A Revolving fund to support Rs per Mukhvir Yojna information of unregistered machine & Rs per information of sex selection after verification It will be conducted at state level It will be conducted at state level. It will be conducted at state level A7.2.2 Auditing of F-form Rs.1 lac per Approval awaited from GoI district A Creating Web-site. It will be conducted at state level A. Sub-total P DT activities 0.40 A.8 I FRASTRUCTURE A D HUMA RESOURCES A.8.1 Contractual Staff & Services A ANMs,supervisory nurses, LHVs Honorarium of ANM Rs.6000 per month per ANM Honorarium of GNM Rs per month per GNM A Laboratory Technicians, MPWs Rs.5500 per LT per month A Specialists (Anaesthetists, Paediatricians, Ob/Gyn, Surgeons, Physicians, Dental Surgeons, Radiologist, Sonologist, Pathologist, Specialist for CHC ) Rs per specialist per month A PHNs at CHC, PHC level Rs.7500 per month per PHN A Medical Officers at CHCs / Rs per PHCs month A Additional Allowances/ Rs.3000 per Incentives to M.O.s of PHCs month and CHCs A Others - Computer Assistants/ BCC Co-ordinator etc Rs per month A A Incentive/ Awards etc. to SN, ANMs etc. Human Resources Development (Other than above) Rs.8000 per month A Other Incentives Schemes (Pl.Specify) Rs per FRU surgeon team Rs.3000 per month for EmOC & LSAS trained MOs for conducting C- section 5.00 A Other activities (pl. specify) A. Sub-total Infrastructure and Human Resources

9 A.9 TRAI I G (for each type of training, please provide the size in the rows below as applicable; in the physical target columns, pls put in the number of persons to be trained) A.9.1 A A Strengthening of Training Institutions (SIHFW, A MTCs, etc.) Carry out repairs/ renovations of the training institutions Provide equipment and training aids to the training institutions A A Developing systems for monitoring & evaluations of training programmes. Other activities (pl. specify) A.9.2 Development of training packages A. Development/ translation and duplication of training materials A. Other activities (pl. specify) A.9.3 Maternal Health Training A Skilled Attendance at Birth / SBA A Setting up of SBA Training Centres A TOT for SBA A Training of Medical Officers in Management of Common Obstetric Complications (BEmOC) A Training of Staff Nurses in SBA A Training of ANMs / LHVs in SBA A EmOC Training A Setting up of EmOC Training Centres A TOT for EmOC A Training of Medical Officers in EmOC A Life saving Anaesthesia skills training A Setting up of Life saving Anaesthesia skills Training Centres A TOT for Anaesthesia skills training A Training of Medical Officers in life saving Anaesthesia skills Rs per Rs.6 lakh per Rs.5 lakh per 3 es 2.85 A Safe abortion services training (including MVA/ EVA and Medical abortion) A TOT on safe abortion services Rs per A Training of Medical Officers in safe abortion Rs per A RTI / STI Training A TOT for RTI/STI training A Training of laboratory technicians in RTI/STI

10 A A A A A Training of Medical Officers in RTI/STI Training of Staff Nurses in RTI/STI Training of ANMs / LHVs in RTI/STI BEmOC training Other maternal health training (please specify) BSU training A A.9.4 A A A A.9.5 A A Intra & Post Operative Care Training IMEP Training TOT on IMEP IMEP training for state and district programme managers IMEP training for medical officers Child Health Training IM CI & F-IM CI Training (pre-service and in-service) TOT on IMNCI (pre-service and in-service) Supervisory traning Rs per & Rs.1.5 lac per A IMNCI Training for ANMs / LHVs Rs.1.4 lakh per A IMNCI Training for Anganwadi Workers A F-IMNCI Training A TOT on F-IMNCI Rs.1.5 lakh per A F-IMNCI Training for Medical Officers A F-IMNCI Training for Staff Nurses A Home Based ewborn Care / HB C A TOT on HBNC A Training on HBNC for ASHA A Care of sick children and severe malnutrition at FRUs A TOT on Care of sick children and severe malnutrition A Training on Care of sick Rs. 1 lakh per children and severe malnutrition for Medical Officers A A Other child health training (please specify) NSSK Training A TOT for NSSK A NSSK Training for Medical Officers A NSSK Training for SNs A NSSK Training for ANMs Rs per A Other Child Health training IYCF TOT & IYCF Training Rs per DT FBNC Training (4 days) for FBNC staff weeks FBNC observership training A.9.6 Family Planning Training A Laparoscopic Sterilisation Training A TOT on laparoscopic sterilisation A Laparoscopic sterilisation training for doctors (teams of doctor, SN and OT assistant) Rs per Rs per Rs per It will be conducted at state level

11 A Minilap Training A TOT on Minilap A Minilap training for medical officers Rs per A on-scalpel Vasectomy ( SV) Training A TOT on NSV A NSV Training of medical Rs per officers A IUD Insertion A TOT for IUD insertion A Training of Medical officers in IUD insertion A Training of staff nurses in IUD insertion A Training of ANMs / LHVs in Rs per IUD insertion A Contraceptive update/isd Training A Other family planning training (please specify) A PPIUCD Training Rs per A Workshop for promotion of Rs.1.5 lac per PPIUCD & Minilap in Medical District Hospital Colleges & large District Hospital A IUCD training facilitated by HLFPPT A.9.7 Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health/ARSH Training A A TOT for ARSH training and Other Training Orientation training of state and district programme managers A A ARSH training for medical officers ARSH training for ANMs/LHVs Rs per district A A.9.8 ARSH training for AWWs Programme Management Training (e.g. M&E, logistics management, HRD etc.) A Training of SPMSU staff (pls add rows to specify type of training) A Training of DPMSU staff (pls add rows to specify type of training) A.9.9 Other training (pl. specify) Reorientation training of EmOC & LSAS A.A.9.10 Training ( ursing) A.A Strengthening of Existing Training Institutions/Nursing School A.A New Training Institutions/School (Other strengthening) A.A.9.11 Training (Other Health Personnel's) A.A Promotional Trig of health workers females to lady health visitor etc. A.A Training of AMNs,Staff nurses,aww,aws. It will be done at state level.. It will be done at state level.

12 A.A Other training and capacity building programmes (PGDPHM courese for MO & Capacity Building of Management Health Proffessional) A.A Induction training of Medical Rs lac per Officer A.A Mentoring & Supportive Supervision of aready trained MOS in LSAS, EmOC by Medical College Facilities / DH mentors Average Rs.5000 per team per day A. Sub-total Training 9.52 A.10 PROGRAMME MA AGEME T A.10.1 Strengthening of State society/ State Programme Management Support Unit A Contractual Staff for SPMSU recruited and in position A.10.2 Strengthening of District society/ District Programme Management Support Unit A A.10.3 Contractual Staff for DPMSU recruited and in position Strengthening of Block PMU (Including HR, Management Cost, Mobility Support, Field Visits) It will be done at state level Honrarium of per month, per month, DNO per month, per month, Mobility support Rs per month, TA/DA Rs per month, OE Rs per month 6 blocks Honorarium of per month, per month, per month, Mobility Support to per month per block per month, OE to per month per block, TA/DA Rs.5000 per month per block A.10.4 Strengthening (Others) A.10.5 Audit Fees It will be done at state level A.10.6 Concurrent Audit system It will be done at state level A.10.7 Mobility Support, Field Visits to BMO/MO/Others A. Sub-total Programme Management A.11 VUL ERABLE GROUPS A.11.1 Other vulnerable communities not covered by Urban and Tribal RCH such as salt pan workers, migrants etc. A.11.2 A A A.11.3 A.11.4 A A Services for Vulnerable groups Mapping of vulnerable groups Prepare operational plan for vulnerable groups (including infrastructure and human resources, training, BCC/IEC, equipment, drugs and supplies, etc.; cost of plan meeting should be kept). Implementation of RCH activities Other strategies/activities (please specify) Yasoda Incentives Strgthening of Delivery Points Strgtening of 110 to 150 beded comprehensive MCH Care Center Not approved for Yashoda incentive

13 A Branding of DeliveryPoints Rs.6 lac per MC Hospital / DH/ SDH/SH, Rs.2.5 lac per CHC, Rs per PHC & Rs per SC Sub-total (Other RCH ) A. Total RCH II Base Flexi Pool B1 ASHA B1.1 ASHA Cost B Slelection & Training of ASHA 3 DH/SDH/SH, 10 CHCs, 15 PHC, 45 SC RS.10000/ per SC, Rs per PHC, Rs.2.5 lakh per CHC, Rs.6 lakh per MCH / DH/ sdh/ SH days Induction Rs Training of ASHA It includes all Lakh- per the components of module 1, 2, 3 and 4. In year , 8050 ASHA- Sahyogini will be trained Module 5 Training Counseling skills oriented training would be given in sector meetings, block meetings and also during any other training imparted to ASHA. Moudule 6 & 7 (TOT) Module 6 & 7 ( training) ASHA per total ASHA will be trained Rs Lacper Rs per Batch B1.2 Procurement of ASHA Drug Kit Rs. 600/-per drug kit & Rs.200 per drug kit replanishment B1.3 Performance Incentive /Other Incentives to ASHAs ( for Monthly sector Meeting As an estimate each ASHA will participate on an average 8 meetings in a year.) Rs. 140/- (Rs.100 is wage compensati on, Rs.30 is travelling allowance & Rs.10 for contingenci es) The state can club module 1-5 for the newly inducted ASHAs as induction module of duration of about 8-10 days, since there is substantial overlap. Key competencies for Maternal, newborn and child health will be covered in Modules 6 and The remaining 17% AHSA who are left for module 5 can be trained separately in Module 5., will be done at state level, will be done at state level B1.4 Awards to ASHA's/Link workers B1.5 ASHA Mentoring Group District ASHA Coordinators Rs per ASHA coordinator per Month B1.7 Block Health Supervisors Rs 8000 per BHS per month PHC ASHA Supervisors RS Lakh per PAS per month B2 Sub Total ASHA Untied Funds

14 B2.1 Untied Fund for CHCs Rs / B2.2 Untied Fund for PHCs Rs / B2.3 Untied Fund for Sub Centers Rs / B2.4 Untied fund for VHSNC As per RHS 2011 Total revenue village = As per MIS total VHSNCs = One in every village and 2 in villages having more than 3500 Population. There are 2742 villages which have the population less than 100. Rs / per VHSC- Approval pending needs to operationalize the joint account with PRI Sub Total Unitied Funds B.3 Annual Maintenance Grants B3.1 CHCs Rs /- 1 B3.2 PHCs Rs / B3.3 Sub Centers Rs / Sub Total Annual Maintenance Grants B.4 Hospital Strengthening B.4.1 Upgradation of CHCs, PHCs, Dist. Hospitals to IPHS) B4.1.1 District Hospitals B4.1.2 CHCs B4.1.3 PHCs B4.1.4 Sub Centers B4.1.5 Others B 4.2 Strengthening of District, Sudivisional Hospitals, CHCs, PHCs B.4.3 Sub Centre Rent and Contingencies B.4.4 Logistics management/ improvement Sub Total Hospital Strengthening B5 ew Constructions/ Renovation and Setting up B5.1 CHCs Construction of 1 JSY Rs 20 Lakh Maternity ward in 100 CHC Renovation of 76 CHCs Rs 60 Up gradation of housing facility as per IPHS norms CHCs Construction of 1 JSY Maternity ward in 100 CHC Rs 20 Lakh

15 Strengthening of Block Rs 50 Lakh CHC/FRU Upgradation of housing facility as per IPHS norms CHCs Renovation of CHCs Rs 60 Construction of JSY wards at Rs 40 high delivery identified points -37 CHCs FRU more than 100 Delivery Waiting Hall for waiting Rs 6 expectent mother ( waiting for Lakh delivery ) DHs-7 CHCs FRU-13 for tribal districts 179 Residential quarters for 33 CHCs /FRUs (MO=12.5, SN=9.5 and 4th Class 7.5 ) Construction of JSY Maternity Wards at high delivery identified points 20 bedded wards at 32 CHCs at L-3 Rs 11 Rs 40 Construction of JSY Maternity Rs 40 wards at high delivery identified points 20 bedded wards at 36 CHCs at L-2 B5.2 PHCs Renovation and Facility Upgradation of 276 PHCs Construction of Residential quarters at PHCs Construction of 1 Labor room at PHCs Rs 5.65 Constructions of residential facilities to Doctors and Para medicals staff as per IPHS Norms Renovation and facility Upgradation of PHCs Residential Quarters in 3 PHCs avrg delivery more than 100 Rs 28 Rs 10 Residential quarters in 37 PHCs avrg delivery 50 to 100 Residential quarters in 322 PHCs avrg delivery less than 50 deliveries Rs 10 Rs 10 B5.3 SHCs/Sub Centers Construction of Sub Centre Rs 8 Construction of Sub Centre Rs 10 Construction of Sub- centre Rs 10 Building at 560 Building less location in the State Construction of Labor room at Rs Sub centre Construction of labour room at SCs Rs 6 Construction of toilets at SCs Rs 2 Construction of residential Rs Lakh facilities for ANM at Sub Centre in the identified delivery points

16 B5.4 Setting up Infrastructure wing for Civil works CE, Sup Eng, Sr Arch, Exn civil/elec, A Exn, Auto caddraftman, supervisor civil, account, UDC/LDC, C- operator, steno, Mobility others. B5.5 Govt. Dispensaries/ others renovations/others Swasthaya Bhawan Swasthaya Bhawan Jaipur Construction of Drug ware Houses at 5 DHQ Ajmer Chittorgarh Jhalawar Dausa Jhunjhunu Construction of ANMTC building at New DHQ Baran, Hanumangarh,Rajsamand,Dausa, Sawai madhopur Extension and renovation of 4 ANMTC Renovation and repairs of 5 Public Health Laboratories at Alwar Udaipur,Kota Jaipur Ajmer Concurrent evolution of the civil Construction under NRHM in Rajasthan By third party on the basis of transparent bidding process Construction of 50 Bedded wards at 14 District Hospitals 50 bedded wards at 12 SDH and 6 Satellite Hospitals Rs 250 Rs 70 Construction of residential quarters for doctors and para medical staff at high delivery points Renovation and construction of 6 bedded MTC ward at DH Jhunjhunu Rs 11 Construction of New Born Rs 6 Stabilization unit Renovation and construction of Rs 10 6 bedded MTC ward at Medical College Hospital Kota Construction of District PCPCDT Rs 10 Wing Establishment of MCHN Units Rs 16 Cr at Medical Collage and District Hospital B5.6 Construction of BHO, Facility improvement, civil work, BemOC and CemOC centers B.5.7 Major civil works for operationalisation of FRUS B.5.8 Major civil works for operationalisation of 24 hour services at PHCs B.5.9 Civil Works for Operationalise Rs Infection Management & Lakh per pit Environment Plan at health facilities For Construction of Deep Burial pits at 276 PHCs where no pits are constructed till now for disposal of Bio medical waste It will be implemented by civil wing

17 Sub Total ew Constructions/ Renovation and Setting up B.6 Corpus Grants to HMS/RKS B6.1 District Hospitals Rs. 5 Lac 2.73 B6.2 CHCs Rs. 1 Lakh 5.90 B6.3 PHCs Rs. 1 Lakh B6.4 Other if not bifurcated as above Sub Total Corpus Grants to HMS/RKS B7 District Action Plans (Including Block, Village) 0.40 including pending liability Sub Total District Action Plans 0.40 B8 Panchayati Raj Initiative B8.1 Constitution and Orientation of Community leader & of VHSC,SHC,PHC,CHC etc B8.2 Orientation Workshops, Trainings and capacity building of PRI at State/Dist. Health Societies, CHC,PHC B8.3 Others Sub Total Panchayati Raj Initiative B9 Mainstreaming of AYUSH Rs per block B9.1 Medical officers at DH/CHC/PHC B9.2 Other Staff Nurses and supervisory Nurses- Paramedical staff AYUSH B9.3 Activities other than HR Sub Total Mainstreaming of AYUSH B10 IEC-BCC RHM B.10 Strengthening of BCC/IEC Bureaus (State and district levels) Workshop & Exposure Visit to other state B.10.1 Development of State BCC/IEC strategy (Strategy for area specific IEC, Baseline survey & research studies for monitoring & evaluation. I print & electronic media campaign0 Strengthening of IEC / BCC activities in District level IEC/BCC 1 Lakh per district B.10.2 Implementation of BCC/IEC strategy B BCC/IEC activities for MH Electronic & print media campaign & Workshop with PRI members (JSSK & other issues of MH) Rs per AYUSH doctor per month Rs.7500 per month per compounder Rs

18 B BCC/IEC activities for CH Outdoor media campaign (various messages will be displayed through hoardings, display planes, Glow shine boards and wall writings in all health facilities). Electronic media campaign for CH activities. Rs.5 Lakh for outdoor media campaign & Rs.10 Lakh for Electronic media / print media B BCC/IEC activities for FP wall writing hoardings and boards B BCC/IEC activity for ARSH B Other activities (please specify) B.10.3 B.10.4 Health Mela Creating awareness on declining sex ratio issue PNDT and Sex Ratio (Operationalization of Hamari Beti Express IEC Mobile Van. ) Rs month for each van s B.10.5 Other activities ( IEC for ARSH, FP activities, AYUSH, Referral Transport services, IMEP and IT innovations, MMU etc.) B11 Common Review Mission Visits State Review Mission Celebration of Safe Motherhood Day Sub Total IEC/BCC under RHM Mobile Medical Units (Including recurring expenditures) MMVs Rs.2 Lakh per visit Rs per district Rs.5 Lakh per celebration Rs.1.1 Lakh per MMVs per month (13.2 lakh/year ) MMUs (with diagnostic facility) Rs.1.44 Lakh per MMU per month (17.28 lakh/year) Monitoring & Evaluation/consumables of MMUs & MMUs (with diagnostic facility) Sub Total MMU/MMVs

19 B12 Referral Transport B Emergency Ambulance B12.2 Operating Cost (POL) Rs per ambulance Sub Total Referral Transport B13 PPP/ GOs B13.1 Nongovernmental providers of health care RMPs/TBAs B13.2 Public Private Partnerships PPP Mode with NICE foundation in three Urban Sites Udaipur Bikaner and Jodhpur School Health Programme B13.3 NGO Programme/ Grant in Aid to NGO Sub Total PPP/ GOs B 14 Innovation (if Any) B15 Planning, Implementation and Monitoring B15.1 Community Monitoring. (Visioning workshops at State, Dist, Block level) B State level B District level B Block level B Other B15.2 Quality Assurance B15.3 Monitoring and Evaluation B Monitoring & Evaluation / HMIS Monitoring & Evaluation & training on HMIS Monitoring and evaluation/hmis/pcts/tr aining at various level one state level 1.00 Lakh, 34 District level 0.25 Lakh. 249 block level work 0.05 Lakh C N A Training (at state and Block levels)hmis/pcts work at state HQ

20 B Computerization District Hospital, HMIS and e- governance, e-health B Other M & E Data card for PHC/CHC for PCTS/HMIS Printing of SDR's & line listing formats (60000) (Computeriz ation of 15 District Hospitals (e- Governance Project), Strengtheni ng of MMJRK IT/MIS activities, Computer hardware / software for Strengtheni ng of NRHM software, Strengtheni ng of CSR- 302, Establishme nt of computer training lab & GPS monitoring cell(for 108 ambulance, MMU & base ambulances ), SMS services (m- Governance ), Strgthening of Rs 100/- per SDR Printing of HMIS reporting format and registers/can formats Printing of PCTS manual Rs. 50 per manual Data validation exercise and verification at districts by state team & monthly review meeting of SA's and DAs at state level Strengthening of computerization at State and district:{ Desktop for at 34 district for DCM&HO (FW) office & 06 desktop for state H.Q at PCTS cell} Sub Total Planning, Implementation and Monitoring B.16 PROCUREME T B16.1 Procurement of Equipment B Procurement of equipment: MH data Rs per district for 10 district. 6 Monthly meeting Rs per meeting 12 Base Ambulance, 6 MMU, 1 telemedicine site Hardware & lakh per district, Establishment of GPS monitoring per district, Installation of GPS system at MMU & existing base per GPS, Anuual Maintenance of Computer per district in the year, SMS per district in the year, Strengthening of Telemedicine per site in a year Cost to be borne from Corpus grant fund Labour table Rs Suction Machine Rs 7500 Electronic Digital foetal Rs 7500 Doplar Fetal Tocograph with Rs 1.7 Lakh foetal monitor HCWM Rs Inverter at SCs (1000 Rs Watt)

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