PlanPlus v2.0 - A Software for Grass Roots Level Planning

PlanPlus v2.0 - A Software for Grass Roots Level Planning

PlanPlus v2.0 - A Software for Grass Roots Level Planning

PlanPlus v2.0 A Software for Grass Roots Level Planning UserManual (NIC-PID-PLANPLUS-USERMANUAL2.0) Preparedby: PROJECTTEAM Reviewedby: PROJECTLEADER Approvedby: PROJECTMANAGER Panchayat Informatics Division National Informatics Centre Department of Information Technology Ministry of Communications & Information Technology Government of India No part of this document shall be reproduced without prior permission of Director General, National Informatics Centre

PlanPlus v2.0 - A Software for Grass Roots Level Planning

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 2 OF 95 Amendment Log Version no. Date Change number Brief Description Section Change 1.0

PlanPlus v2.0 - A Software for Grass Roots Level Planning

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 3 OF 95 Table of Content 1.0 Introduction . 4 1.1 Audience . . 4 1.2 Purpose of this document . . 4 1.3 Document Organization . . 4 1.4 Conventions . . 5 1.5 References . . 6 1.6 Definitions/Glossary . . 6 1.7 Problem Reporting . . 7 2.0 Brief Overview . 8 2.1 Introduction . . 8 2.2 Features . . 8 2.3 Sections . . 10 2.4 Target Users . . 10 3.0 General Workflow . 11 4.0 General/Common Operating Instructions . 13 4.1 Login . . 13 4.2 Logout . . 19 4.3 Switch Language . . 20 4.4 Change Password . . 20 5.0 Specific Operating Instructions . 21 5.1 Requirement Section . 254 5.1.1 Suggestion . . 24 5.1.2 Activity . . 37 5.2 Resource Envelope Section . 476 5.2.1 Opening Balance . . 47 5.2.2 Budgetary Allocation . . 52 5.2.3. Gpdp count . . 57 5.3 Planning . 587 5.3.1 Action Plan . . 58 5.5 Master Data . 66 5.5.1 Manage focus area and Scheme . . 66 5.5.1.1 focus area mapping . . 66 5.5.1.2 scheme mapping . . 68 5.5.2 Services . . 70 5.5.2.1 Create Services . . 70 5.5.314FC . . Error! Bookmark not defined. 5.5.3.1 14 fc formula . . Error! Bookmark not defined. 5.5.3.2 fund received details . . 71 5.5.3.3 fund transfer details . . 76 5.5.3.4 Expenditure details . . Error! Bookmark not defined. 5.6 Monitoring Reports . 84

PlanPlus v2.0 - A Software for Grass Roots Level Planning

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 4 OF 95 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Audience This document is meant for all those who will be using the PlanPlus v2.0 software, a decentralized Planning tool, which aids the various participants through the Planning process, so that informed decisions can be taken by the participants in preparing, vetting and approving the Plan. The interactive workflow starting from need assessment, identification of project, work, preparation of annual plans, approval by Technical Appraisal Committee and DPC is captured. The package also provides a holistic view of how funds from different central and state sponsored schemes could be converged to carry out works approved in a Plan.

It targets the various participants which include Rural Local Bodies, Urban Local Bodies, the Technical Approval Committees, the District Planning Committees, State Government Departments and Central Government Departments who will be responsible for preparing, vetting and approving the Plan. Rural (panchayats) and Urban Local Bodies (municipalities) can prepare their individual plans and converging these rural and urban plans could generate an integrated District Plan Document. A part from these there will be User Manager at State and District Level, who will be responsible for creating and maintaining the User Account, State/System Administrators who will be involved in the State/System Administration activities. The users are expected to have a basic understanding of using a computer and familiarity with the usage of keyboard in local language and mouse. 1.2 Purpose of this document This document attempts to describe the operational aspects of PlanPlus v2.0 software with a view to assist all those who will be using the software. The document provides step-wise instructions for handling various aspects of the software with visual screens for easy and better understanding. It also describes the error messages encountered while working with the software with appropriate remedial actions required to be taken by the user.

1.3 Document Organization The document is divided in to five chapters.

PlanPlus v2.0 - A Software for Grass Roots Level Planning

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 5 OF 95 Chapter 1 : Introduction – This Chapter provides an Introduction to the document describing the intended audience, purpose of the document, conventions adopted in the document, references and contact address for reporting the problems, encountered, if any while using the software or related with this document. Chapter 2: Brief Overview – This Chapter gives an overview of the software with a broad list of features offered by it.

Chapter 3: General Workflow - This Chapter provides a description about the generalized workflow followed by the Planning Unit in preparing, vetting and approving the Plan. Chapter 4: General/Common Operating Instructions – This chapter provides insruction on how to invoke the package and also provides a description of the operations that are commonly used throughout the software is provided. Such operations include features like Print, Help and Back etc. Chapter 5: Specific Operating Instructions – This Chapter provides specific operating instructions for each of the features offered by the software. The feature description includes a general description of the feature, screen description wherever applicable, step-wise instructions for carrying out the operation, what happens after the operation is successfully executed, what more can be done from the current screen and a list of messages that the user might encounter while carrying out the operation. 1.4 Conventions The document follows the font settings for Chapter Heading, Sub-Headings at various levels and text as indicated below: Chapter Heading – Arial Black, 12 pt, Bold Sub-Heading Level 1 – Arial Black, 10 pt, Bold Sub-Heading Level 2 – Arial, 10 pt, Bold Body Text – Arial, 10 pt The labels related to text fields, buttons, icons etc. have been indicated in bold in the document text.

PlanPlus v2.0 - A Software for Grass Roots Level Planning

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 6 OF 95 1.5 References 1. User Manual Template (NIC-TPL-004 version 1.1) prescribed as per NIC Quality Standards. 2. Software Requirements Specifications Document for PlanPlus v2.0 (NIC-PID-PlanPlus SRS – ver2.0). 1.6 Definitions/Glossary This section gives a glossary of terms used in the rest of the document. Term Description Actor It is a role assumed by a user while using the use case. A role defines what activities the actor can perform in PlanPlus. Role A role defines what activities the actor can perform in PlanPlus. Roles provided in PlanPlus Work Definer, Planner, Technical Appraisal, and Fund Allocator, Financial Institutions, Administrative Approval, District Planning Committee (DPC), Norms Definer, SOR Definer and Scheme Definer.

User Group User Group corresponds to a group of individuals who have been assigned a common set of privileges e.g. Technical Appraisal User Group, Administrative Approval User Group, DPC User Group, Planning User Group etc. Multiple roles can be assigned to a single User Group allowing the User Group to perform multiple activities. For Example if the Planning User Group is assigned roles for Work Definer and Planner, the individuals belonging to this User Group will be able to Create Work, Create Project and Create Annual Plan. User Group is a means of organizing users and can consist of multiple user types.

BRGF Backward Regions Grant Fund DPC District Planning Committee TAG Technical Appraisal Group

PlanPlus v2.0 - A Software for Grass Roots Level Planning

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 7 OF 95 Term Description SOR Schedule of Rates MoPR Acronym for Ministry of Panchayati Raj Plan Unit The unit responsible for defining the work and carrying out the planning exercises. The Plan Unit could be a RLB/ULB/Line Department. RLB Rural Local Body. Includes District Panchayats (DP) or Zilla Parishads (ZP), Block Panchayat (BP) or Intermediate Panchayat (IP) and Village Panchayat (VP) or Gram Panchayat (GP). In states where Part IX of the Constitution does not apply, RLBs would include traditional councils.

ULB Urban Local Body. Includes Corporations, Municipalities, Town Areas and Notified Area Councils 1.7 Problem Reporting In case of any problem related to the software or to this document, please contact nicmopr@nic.in .

PlanPlus v2.0 - A Software for Grass Roots Level Planning

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 8 OF 95 2.0 Brief Overview 2.1 Introduction Many efforts have been made by Government of India to strengthen and decentralize the planning process so that the development funds consumed by the Plans result in effective outcomes. However, the efforts have not sufficiently fructified in the past for many reasons. Some of them include: • Plans are prepared for each scheme separately resulting in lack of convergence of funds and sectoral integration.

• Planning has traditionally been done at the district level that is physically removed from the citizens resulting in Plans that do not reflect the needs and aspirations of the people. • There is no tight coupling between the planned outlay and the actual expenditure incurred. • There is no integration between plans of different local governments. In an attempt to address these problems, the Planning Commission issued guidelines in 2007 that mandated that all plans from 11 th Five Year Plan onwards should be prepared in a decentralized manner, starting from urban and rural local governments. Recognizing the potential of Information and Communication to de-mystify the planning process, Ministry of Panchayati Raj in collaboration has designed and developed a software, PlanPlus, for simplifying and strengthening the planning process.

2.2 Features PlanPlus v2.0 software is a decentralized planning tool that facilitates district plan generation in local language through interactive workflow among various stakeholders. The key features of the software are: Convergence of Funds - PlanPlus enables intelligent convergence of funds from different schemes for an activity, there by ensuring on the one hand that the available funds are utilized to the maximum possible extent and on the other hand that important activities are not abandoned for lack of funds.

PlanPlus v2.0 - A Software for Grass Roots Level Planning

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 9 OF 95 Sectoral Integration – PlanPlus enables sectoral integration by stimulating the planner to think in terms of end-to-end projects rather than in terms of isolated islands of work. Vertical & Horizontal Integration - PlanPlus provides facility for co-opting of activities of a lower tier by a higher tier Panchayat thereby facilitating vertical integration. It also incorporates the concept of supra- projects, which enables two or more local bodies (rural as well as urban) to collaborate to take up an activity that is of common interest.

Workflow - Captures the workflow of Plan creation-evaluation-modification-finalization. Generation of District Plan - PlanPlus converges and integrates the Plans of urban and rural local governments to generate a consolidated District Plan. Extensibility - PlanPlus can be easily extended to facilitate the preparation of state and central governments plans. Graphical and GIS reports - A number of graphical reports are generated to help the Planner as well as the District Planning Committee to take a view of the investment profile of the Plan. This would help in ensuring that the Plan is not unjustifiably skewed in favour of a particular sector. Adaptability to the variations across states - In view of the varying levels of capacities and experiences of different states in the Planning process, the software is being made to be easily adaptable so that states can configure it to suit their own level.

Local Language - The software supports local languages of the states to enable local bodies to function in their own languages. Transparency - At every stage of the Planning process, the Plan is constantly available to the general public for scrutiny thus enabling a transparent and participative Plan preparation. Availability – The software is web based and is available on 24*7 basis with proper login authentication.

PlanPlus v2.0 - A Software for Grass Roots Level Planning

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 10 OF 95 2.3 Sections PlanPlus is divided into following sections Requirement Specification – Captures information on Wish List, activities’ (location, proposed cost, proposed duration, and asset/beneficiary) and Project. The stakeholder for this module are Planning Unit (Rural Local Bodies/Urban Local Bodies/Line Department) Planning – Captures annual plan creation, allocation of resources to prioritized works. The stakeholders for this module are Planning Unit (Rural Local Bodies/Urban Local Bodies/Line Department). The plan undergoes a process of Technical and Administrative Approval before finally getting approved by District Planning Committee. The complete workflow starting from Plan creation, to Technical Scrutiny / Administrative Approval and final Approval by District Planning Committee is covered.

Resource Envelope – Captures information about resource Envelope available with Planning Unit. The stakeholder who would be providing the information for this module are State Govt. / NABARD / Banks / Planning Units. Master Data – Captures information about schemes, schedule of rates, norms, agency and line department. Citizen section – This section provides the various reports generated by PlanPlus Package. 2.4 Target Users PlanPlus users include: Central Government Departments State Government Departments Urban Local Bodies Rural Local Bodies District-Level Line Departments Financial Institutions District Planning Committees Citizens

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 11 OF 95 A detailed description of the complete functionality of the software is provided under Specific Operating Instructions as part of Chapter 5. 3.0 General Workflow The Planning Workflow begins with suggestions/need/ expectations expressed either by citizens or in Gram Sabhas/Area Sabhas or by Planning Unit. Each Planning Unit (ULBs & RLBs) identifies activities or incorporates a suggestion and can assign it to a project. Once activities are identified the planning units carry out a yearly exercise of preparing an Annual Plan. Annual Plan exercise involves, listing all the activities that are supposed to be taken up in the finanacial year, prioritizing these activities and identifying various resources (Schemes) to fund these activities. PlanPlus enables intelligent convergence of funds from different schemes for an activity, there by ensuring on the one hand that the available funds are utilized to the maximum possible extent and on the other hand that important activities are not abandoned for lack of funds. Once the planning unit has finalized the list of proposed activities with due fund allocation from different schemes, they can forward the plan for Technical Appraisal. The system automatically routes the plan to technical appraisal group users for scrutiny. This workflow can to customized as per State requirement.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 12 OF 95 Fig 3.1 TAG scrutinizes the plan, gives their comment and could send back the plan to the Planning Unit for Review or if all works are approved the plan is automatically routed to DPC. DPC could extend its comments on the plan and could approve/review/reject the works specified in the plan and could send it back to the planning unit for incorporating the DPC suggestion. This entire process is iterative and could go number of revisions once a plan is finally approved by DPC. Once DPC review all plans from Panchayats and Municipalities, District Plan is generated. In fact a proceedings document can be generated by PlanPlus, which could be used for releasing the funds to respective PRIs so that could start execution of approved works.

Citizens/ NGOs/ CBOs/ GramSabhas/ Area Sabhas/ Planning Units Planning Unit (ULBs & RLBs) Technical Approval Committee (BTAC/DTAC/STAC) DPC Suggest Needs/Expectations Formulate Projects (Sectoral Integration) Assign Works to Projects (Estimates,time, location etc) Prepare Annual Plan (Prioritization & source of funding) Evaluate for Technical Scrutiny/ Sanction Forward to TAC Evaluate for Administrative Approval All works approved? Review Yes All works approved? Review Approved Plan Yes Unstructured wish-list Integration with CSS/State Fund info, SORs, Norms, GP Boundaries, Census Database, Local resource database etc.

Services (G2C, G2B,G2G etc) Implementation Monitoring PRI Accounting (PRIASoft) Linkages PlanPlus WorkFlow National Panchayat Portal Linkages

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 13 OF 95 The Plan Plus package would be loosely coupled with Panchayati Raj Accounting Package, National Panchayat Portal and would also access other local resource databases required for planning. 4.0 General/Common Operating Instructions PlanPlus V2.0 is a web based package, the user need to type http://planningonline.gov.in in the address bar of the browser to invoke the software.

There are certain generic functions that you will need to perform on almost all the screens. These include options like Print, Help and Home. The following paragraphs provide a description of such options, which are commonly available throughout the software. Print Print option is commonly available throughout the software to allow you to take a print out of the screen that you are currently viewing. You can use the print outs to have a closer look at the screens at your own convenience. It is particularly useful for inspecting the details of the work, project, plan reports etc. To take a print out of the screen that you are currently viewing, just click the Print button displayed on top of the screen. This opens the familiar Print dialog box. Make necessary selections as you normally do for printing a file and click the Print button.

Help You can use the Help option displayed on all the screens in case you are facing some problem. This option provides a context sensitive help on all the topics associated with the PlanPlus v1.0 software. Home Home option is available on all the screens to allow you to go to the logged in user task list page. This page displays a list of tasks, if any assigned to the user. 4.1 Login General Description

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 14 OF 95 Once the user invokes the package, you will see a Login form. You will be able to work with the package only after you successfully provide your User Id and Password in the Login form. In case you do not have a user account, you are required to contact the user manger at the district level. The Login form appears in English Language by default. You can switch to the language of your choice using the Language drop-down list provided in the Login form. You are required to specify the User ID and Password to successfully login to the package.

As you successfully login, the PlanPlus screen would be shown as per the privileges assigned to you. The menu on the left hand side shows the operation that the logged in user can perform and the right side shows the list of task(s), if any for the logged in user. To Logout from the site, use the Logout option provided in the top section of the page. Screen Description Fig. 4.1 provides a sample picture of the Login form as it appears on your screen. At the top of the screen, a band, which is common across all the screens, is displayed. This band contains the software name. Below this is the Login form. The title of the form viz. Login Details is displayed at the top. This is followed by a message that says - * Mandatory Field(s) must be filled in. This indicates that the fields marked with asterisks must be filled-in and cannot be left blank. As a convention commonly adopted throughout the software, this message appears in all the forms to indicate the fields that are compulsorily required to be filled-in.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 15 OF 95 Fig. 4.1 Login form contains two fields as indicated below. User Id – In this field you need to enter your User Id. The predefined users are created in English, but in case a User Id is available in another language, the user is required to enable that language on the system and then type in the User Id. Password - In this field you need to enter your Password. The predefined users are created in English, but in case a password is available in another language, the user is required to enable that language on the system and then type in the password.

User Id and Password have been super scribed with asterisk (*) mark indicating that the two fields should be compulsorily filled-in. Both User Id and Password were provided as part of creating your user account (see the section on Create User Account for details). Besides, you will see the following button on the form: Login – This button allows you to submit the login details entered by you. If the login is successful, you will see the PlanPlus Home Page, else a message indicating the reason for unsuccessful login is prompted to you (see the List of Messages given below).

Cancel – This button allows you to cancel the login operation. The screen would be reset to default. How to Login To be able to Login, follow the steps given below: 1) You will see the Login form as soon as you connect to the site by typing the URL of package in the address bar of the browser. 2) Click on the login tab. 3) Click inside the User Id text-box and type your User Id in the selected language. 4) Click inside the Password text-box and type your password.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 16 OF 95 5) Click inside captcha and fill the same words which are displayed in word verification box (*captcha is case sensitive). 6) Click the Login button to submit your login details. 7) If the Login is successful, you will see PlanPlus Home Page. In case of an error, an appropriate message is prompted to you providing you the reason for unsuccessful login (see the list of Messages given below).

What happens when you Login? 1) As you login successfully, you will see the PlanPlus Page with your User Id and other credentials displayed on the top-left 2) The Left hand side menu is rendered as per the privileges and roles assigned to the logged in user. 3) The right hand page shows list of task(s), if any pending for the logged in user. Messages As you submit login details, you may be prompted with one of the following messages: S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user 1. The credentials you provided cannot be determined to be authentic.

This indicates that either User Id or Password entered by you is not correct. Refill the login details with correct User Id or Password. 2. You have entered wrong captcha. This indicates the captcha entered by the user is wrong. As the captcha is case sensitive view the captcha carefully and refill the login details with correct captcha provided on the screen.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 17 OF 95 What more can you do from the Login screen • Gpdp count report • Dashboard • Data View Citizen Section Reports – There are certain reports exposed in public view which do not require login. These reports include • State wise scheme list: It allows the citizen to view the mapped schemes. • State wise focus area: It allows the citizen to view the mapped Focus areas for a state. • Panchayat activity plan report: • Pending action plan report: This report allows the citizen to view the status of the plan, which are in pipeline for the Selected Plan Year. The output is shown State / Plan Unit Type Wise, that is, the number of plans in pipeline for the selected plan year by each Type of Planning Unit. The user can drill down to know the plan unit and where the Plan is pending. The plan could be pending either for DPC Approval/ TAG Approval/ Administrative Approval/ or pending with the Plan Unit.

• Approved Action Plan Report – This report allows the citizen to view plans approved in the Selected Plan Year. The output is shown State / Plan Unit Type Wise, that is, the number of plans approved in the selected plan year by each Type of Planning Unit. The user can drill down to know the plan unit and view the approved plan. • Citizen Suggestion Report: The report allows the user to view all the suggestions provided by citizen in a selected plan year for the selected plan unit. • Gram Sabha Suggestion Report: The report allows the user to view all the suggestions provided by Gram Sabha in a selected plan year for the selected plan unit.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 18 OF 95 • Panchayat Development Plan Report: • Sector Wise Activity Status Report: • Plan Status Report: It allows the citizen to view the status of plan • PlanPlus Map: It shows the development of plans on map.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 19 OF 95 4.2 Logout General Description Logout option allows you to logout of the package, if you are logged in. The Logout option is available on the main screen in the top-section (see Fig. 4.2). Fig. 4.2 As you successfully logout using the Logout option on the PlanPlus Page, you come back to the Login screen, the PlanPlus Home Page. To be able to Logout of package, follow the steps given below: 1) Click the Logout option on the Main Screen in the top section.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 20 OF 95 What happens when you Logout 1) As you successfully logout using the Logout option on the Main Screen, you come back to the Login Screen, the PlanPlus Home Page. Please note that after logging out, you will see the PlanPlus screen in English Language, which may be different from the language that you were working in before logging out. 4.3 Switch Language General Description At times, you may like to switch to a language different than the one in which you are currently working. The Language drop-down list provided at the top of the main screen displays a list of languages currently supported by package. The drop-down list shows the current language that you are working in as the default choice. You can click and expand the drop-down list to see the other languages supported by the package and choose one of them as your current working language. Also note that if some of the labels and messages are not available in the language that you selected as your current working language, such labels and messages will appear in the English language. How to Switch between Languages To be able to switch language, you need to click the Language drop-down list provided on the PlanPlus Login Screen or on the PlanPlus Main Screen. This expands the list of languages currently supported by package. Click the desired language from the displayed list. Package will now appears in the selected language.

4.4 Change Password General Description At times, you the user may like to change the password. To change the password the user is required to login to the package and specify the old and the new password. How to Change Password To be able to change password, you need to click the Change Password option provide on PlanPlus Main Screen.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 21 OF 95 5.0 Specific Operating Instructions This chapter explains the functionality and provides specific instructions for each of the features offered by the software. The following table describes the various options available under each section. Menu Option/Role Matrix Home Requirements Section Role Suggestion: o Open Public Suggestion Box o Create Suggestion/Resolution Activity : o Create Activity o Modify Activity o View Activity o Delete Activity Work Definer Planning Annual Plan: o Create Annual Plan o Modify Annual Plan o Revert Action plan Approval: • Admin Approval Planner DPC Administrative

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 22 OF 95 Approval TAG Resource Envelope Scheme Fund Details: • Opening Balance • Budgetary Allocation • GPDP mis Fund Allocator Master Data Manage Focus Area & Scheme: • Focus Area Mapping • Scheme Mapping Community Services • Create Services STATE ADMINISTRATOR 14FC • 14FC formula • Fund Received Detail • Fund Transfer Detail • Expenditure Detail Monitoring Reports o State wise Scheme List o State wise Focus Area o Panchayat Activity Plan Report

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 23 OF 95 o Pending Action Plan Report o Approved Action Plan Report o Citizen Suggestion Report o Gram Sabha Suggestion Report o Panchayat Development Plan Report o Sector Wise Activity Status Report o Fourteenth Finance Commission (FFC) Dashboard o Plan Status Report o Plan Plus Map As you successfully login to the package, the first page that you see is menu page (Fig 5.1), which is rendered as per the privileges, assigned your account. The left hand side menu shows what the user can do and on the right hand side shows the list of pending tasks.

As per the role assigned to the user the following options will appear Fig 5.1

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NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 25 OF 95 Refer to sections on each of these options for more details. 5.1 Requirement Section This section covers the Requirements of the Planning Unit. Planning begins with suggestions/need/ expectations expressed either by citizens or in Gram Sabhas/Area Sabhas or by Planning Unit. Each Planning Unit (Rural Local Bodies/Urban Local Bodies/Line Department) identifies works or incorporate a suggestion and can assign it to a project. The stakeholder who would be providing the information are citizen and work definer for Rural Local Bodies/Urban Local Bodies/Line Department. The user with a Work Definer role will provide information for the requirement section. The following table describes the options available under requirement section. Requirements Section Role Suggestion: o Open Public Suggestion Box o Create Suggestion/Resolution Activity : o Create Activity o Modify Activity o View Activity o Delete Activity Work Definer 5.1.1 Suggestion General Description Suggestion is one of the important activity associated with the planning process; the planning process begins with Gram/Ward Sabha or any planning unit or any individual expressing their needs to other planning units. The suggestion box is basically a collection of wish list. For example a GP may suggest its BP to build a link road or a GP may suggest a municipality to build a warehouse. These suggestions are shared in public domain and with DPC and other planning Units.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 26 OF 95 Planning units can decide if there is any need to take up the suggested need as a work in any of their Plans. DPC can further extend its comments on the proposed work once the plan is send to DPC. Citizen as well as a user with a work definer role is allowed to create a suggestion in PlanPlus Package. But citizen will only be able to add suggestion if, user from work definer role has opened it for the citizen to apply. If not, then citizen will not be able to send the suggestions. Apart from creating a suggestion, the user can view the suggestions forwarded to them by other Planning Units and also by Citizens. Add Suggestion option is available on the Main Screen (for citizen) and under Requirement Section for the user with Work Definer Role.

As you choose to create a suggestion in work definer role, following details associated with the suggestion are required: Plan Year Plan Unit Type Date of Meeting Chairperson Name No. of attendees Suggestion Type If Public is selected as suggestion type, then Action Focus Area of Suggestion Expected Benefits Remarks If Gram Sabha is selected as suggestion type, then Suggestion/Resolution

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 27 OF 95 Focus Area of Suggestion Expected Benefits Proceedings of Meeting Two Buttons viz. Save and Cancel appear at the bottom. Screen Description Fig. 5.2 provides a sample picture of the Create Suggestion form as it appears on your screen. The title of the form viz. Create Suggestion is displayed at the top. This is followed by a message that says - * Mandatory Field(s) must be filled in. This indicates that the fields marked with asterisks must be filled-in and cannot be left blank. As a convention commonly adopted throughout the software, this message appears in all the forms to indicate the fields that are compulsorily required to be filled-in. Fig. 5.2 Create Suggestion form contains following fields as indicated below. The fields that are shown on create suggestion screen and drop down option may vary depending on whether you are submitting the suggestion through public domain or logged in to the package and have work definer role. Plan Year Plan Unit Type Date of Meeting

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 28 OF 95 Chairperson Name No. of attendees Suggestion Type If Public is selected as suggestion type, then Action Focus Area of Suggestion Expected Benefits Remarks If Gram Sabha is selected as suggestion type, then Suggestion/Resolution Focus Area of Suggestion Expected Benefits Proceedings of Meeting Plan Year – This field tells you the year for which you are submitting the suggestion. Plan Unit type – This field specifies the planning unit type for which the logged in user can create a project definition. The type of Plan Unit for which the user can create a project are defined when the user account is created.

Date Of Meeting – This field specifies the date and month of the financial year in which suggestion is submitted. Chairperson Name – This field specifies the name of the chairperson. No. of Attendees – This field specifies the No. of Attendees who attended the meeting.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 29 OF 95 Suggestion Type- This field specifies the type of suggestion i.e. either it is public suggestion or suggestion suggested in gram sabha meeting. Suggestion/Resolution: This field specifies the Suggestion/Resolution to given at the gram Sabha Meeting. Action: This field specifies whether the suggestion given by public is to be approved or rejected. Focus Area of Suggestion: This field specifies the focus area to which suggestion belongs Expected Benefits: This field specifies the expected benefit, if this project is taken up. Proceedings of Meeting: This field specifies, to upload the minutes of meeting (if any). Save – This button allows you to save the suggestion.

Cancel – This button enables you to abort the Create Suggestion operation and will take you back to the default login/main screen, from where you chose to open the Create Suggestion form. How to Create a Suggestion To be able to create a suggestion, follow the steps given below: 1) Invoke the PlanPlus package. Create suggestion option will be visible on the default login screen or on the left menu once you login to the package using your User ID and Password and have Work Definer Role. See Login section for more details. 2) Click Create Suggestion option to open create suggestion form. 3) Create Suggestion form displays only those data fields, which are meant for you. You will notice that there are certain fields marked with * sign, which means that they are mandatory for you and required to be filled in.

4) You can click on the field and enter the value. Chairperson Name, No. of attendees, Expected benefits, Suggestion/Resolution are text boxes and you can enter the value by clicking in that field. Plan Year, Plan unit type, Focus Area of Suggestion and action are drop down list and you can select the appropriate type from the list.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 30 OF 95 5) Click the Save button to save the newly created suggestion or click Cancel button to abort the create suggestion operation. 6) In case you chose to cancel the operation in the step 5, the system takes you back to the PlanPlus Main Screen without saving your suggestion. 7) In case you chose to save the details in step 5, a message: “The Suggestion was saved successfully” is displayed to you provided all mandatory fields that are meant for you are filled. Click OK to continue. As you click OK, you are brought back to default Login Page or PlanPlus Main Screen to enable you to create more suggestion, if you desire.

What happens when a suggestion is saved? 1) The newly created suggestion is saved and is internally transferred to the planning unit for which it is meant. An alert would be displayed to the planning unit when a suggestion is forwarded to it and the Planning Unit can go through the suggestion and if desire can formulate a work and include it in a plan. 2) In case, a suggestion is not forwarded to any planning unit it will be available to all. 3) The system automatically forwards the suggestion to the desired planning unit and places it in its alert dialog box.

Messages As you create a suggestion, you may be prompted with one of the following messages. S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user 1. Plan Year is required This indicates that it is mandatory for you to enter the Plan Year. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting Click OK to resume and select the plan Year.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 31 OF 95 S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user Plan year in Create Suggestion form. 2. Plan Unit Type is required. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Plan unit type. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting Plan unit type in Create Suggestion form. Click OK to resume and select the Plan Unit Type. 3. Date Of Meeting This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Date of Meeting. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting Date of Meeting in Create Suggestion form.

Click OK to resume and select the Date of Meeting. 4. Chairperson Name This indicates that it is mandatory for you to enter the Chairperson name. This message is displayed when you click Save button without entering name of chairperson in Create Suggestion form. Click OK to resume and enter the name of chairperson. 5. No of attendees This indicates that it is mandatory for you to enter Click OK to resume and enter the No of attendees.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 32 OF 95 S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user the No of attendees. This message is displayed when you click Save button without entering No of attendees in Create Suggestion form. 6. Focus Area of Suggestion This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Focus Area of Suggestion. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selection Focus Area of Suggestion in Create Suggestion form. Click OK to resume and select the Focus Area of Suggestion. 7. Suggestion/Resolution This indicates that it is mandatory for you to enter the Suggestion/Resolution. This message is displayed when you click Save button without entering Suggestion/Resolution in Create Suggestion form. Click OK to resume and enter the Suggestion/Resolution. 8. Expected Benefit is required This indicates that it is mandatory for you to type the expected benefits if this suggestion is implemented. This message is displayed Click OK to resume and type the Expected Benefit in Expected Benefit text-box.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 33 OF 95 S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user when you click Save button without typing in Expected Benefit in Create Suggestion form. 4. The Suggestion was saved successfully This indicates that the specified suggestion was created successfully. Click OK to continue. As you choose to enter details for open public suggestion box in work definer role, following details associated with the suggestion are required: Plan Unit Type Meeting Date Suggestion Date Two Buttons viz. Save and Cancel appear at the bottom. Screen Description Fig. 5.2 provides a sample picture of the Open Public Suggestion form as it appears on your screen. The title of the form viz. Open Public Suggestion is displayed at the top. This is followed by a message that says - * Mandatory Field(s) must be filled in. This indicates that the fields marked with asterisks must be filled-in and cannot be left blank. As a convention commonly adopted throughout the software, this message appears in all the forms to indicate the fields that are compulsorily required to be filled-in.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 34 OF 95 Plan Unit type – This field specifies the planning unit type for which the logged in user can create a project definition. The type of Plan Unit for which the user can create a project are defined when the user account is created. Meeting Date – This field specifies the date and month of the financial year in which suggestion is submitted. Suggestion Date from & To- This field specifies the date and month from which suggestion will be open, to which date it will remain open for public.

Save – This button allows you to save the suggestion. Cancel – This button enables you to abort the Create Suggestion operation and will take you back to the default login/main screen, from where you chose to open the Create Suggestion form. How to Open public suggestion box To be able to open public suggestion box, follow the steps given below: 1) Invoke the PlanPlus package. Open Public Suggestion box option will be visible on on the left menu once you login to the package using your user ID and Password and have Work Definer Role. See Login section for more details. 2) Click Open Public Suggestion Box option to open public suggestion box. 3) Open Public Suggestion Box form displays only those data fields, which are meant for you. You will notice that there are certain fields marked with * sign, which means that they are mandatory for you and required to be filled in.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 35 OF 95 4) You can click on the field and enter the value. Plan unit type, Meeting Date and Suggestion Date are drop down list and Date calendar and you can select the appropriate type from the list. 5) Click the Save button to save the newly created suggestion or click Cancel button to abort the create suggestion operation. 6) In case you chose to cancel the operation in the step 5, the system takes you back to the PlanPlus Main Screen without saving your suggestion.

7) In case you chose to save the details in step 5, a message: “Data saved successfully” is displayed to you provided all mandatory fields that are meant for you are filled. Click OK to continue. As you click OK, you are brought back to default Login Page or PlanPlus Main Screen to enable you to create more suggestion, if you desire. What happens when an open public suggestion is saved? 1) Open public suggestion details are saved and citizen will be able to enter suggestion from the time period suggestion box is opened, to date it is opened for. 2) Suggestion box for citizen will get closed after the to date entered. Messages As you create a suggestion, you may be prompted with one of the following messages. S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user 1. Please select Plan Unit Type This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Plan unit type. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting Plan unit type in Create Suggestion form.

Click OK to resume and select the Plan Unit Type.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 36 OF 95 S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user 2. Please select Meeting date This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Date of Meeting. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting Date of Meeting in Create Suggestion form. Click OK to resume and select the Date of Meeting. 4. Please select from Date This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select Suggestion Date from. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting suggestion date from in Create Suggestion form. Click OK to resume and select the suggestion date.

5 Please select To Date This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select Suggestion Date from. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting suggestion date to in Create Suggestion form Click OK to resume and select the suggestion date.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 37 OF 95 5.1.2 Activity General Description Planning Unit (District Panchayat / Intermediate Panchayat / Village Panchayat / Corporation / Municipality / Town Areas / Notified Area Council / Line department) create an activity. A user with a work definer role is allowed to Create / Modify/View/ Delete an activity in PlanPlus Package. Create / Modify/View/Delete activity option is available on the Main Screen (left menu) under Requirement Section for the user with Work Definer Role.

As you choose to create an activity, following details associated with the activity are required: Plan Year Plan Unit Type Type of activity Activity Name Activity Description Activity Focus Area Implementing Agency Need to be fulfilled Activity For Whether activity is exclusive for Woman, children or both? Whether activity is exclusive for differently able person? Whether activity is expected to enhance livelihood opportunities for the people? Public Works Beneficiary Oriented Programmes

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 38 OF 95 Is activity part of disaster management plan? Is this a costless activity? Activity is Start Month Total Duration Total Cost Total Expected beneficiaries Two Buttons viz. Save and Cancel appear at the bottom. Screen Description Fig. 5.4 provides a sample picture of the Create Activity form as it appears on your screen. The title of the form viz. Create Activity is displayed at the top. This is followed by a message that says - * Mandatory Field(s) must be filled in. This indicates that the fields marked with asterisks must be filled-in and cannot be left blank. As a convention commonly adopted throughout the software, this message appears in all the forms to indicate the fields that are compulsorily required to be filled-in. Operational Maintenance Upgradation Fresh

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NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 40 OF 95 Fig. 5.4 Create Activity form contains following fields as indicated below. Plan Year Plan Unit Type Plan Unit Activity Name Activity Description Activity Focus Area Implementing Agency Need to be fulfilled Activity For Whether activity is exclusive for Woman, children or both? Whether activity is exclusive for differently able person? Whether activity is expected to enhance livelihood opportunities for the people? Is activity part of disaster management plan?

Is this a costless activity? Activity is Start Month Total Duration Total Cost

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 41 OF 95 Total Expected beneficiaries Plan Year- This field specifies to which financial year the activity does belongs to. Plan Unit Type – This field specifies the planning unit type for which the logged in user can create a work definition. The type of Plan Unit for which the user can create a work are defined when the user account is created. Plan Unit – Depending upon the planning unit type, the plan unit type will specify the actual plan unit for which the work definition is being created.

Activity Name – This field specifies the name of the work. Activity Description – A brief description about the work. Activity Focus Area – This field allows you to select the list of 29 Subjects of Rural Local Body and 19 Subjects of Urban Local Body. A work focus area acts as a link to integrate various schemes from which this work could be funded. (Sectoral Integration) Implementing Agency – This field specifies the name of implementing agency. Need to be fulfilled – This button allows the user to link the work with the suggestion needs. A work could fulfill multiple suggestions that have been forwarded to the planning unit. Activity for-This field specifies for which category does the activity belongs to. Whether activity is exclusive for Woman, children or both? - This field specifies whether the activity is meant for the specified purpose or not.

Whether activity is exclusive for differently able person? - This field specifies whether the activity is meant for the specified purpose or not. Whether activity is expected to enhance livelihood opportunities for the people? - This field specifies whether the activity is meant for the specified purpose or not. Is activity part of disaster management plan? - This field specifies whether the activity is meant for the specified purpose or not.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 42 OF 95 Is this a costless activity? - This field specifies whether the activity is meant for the specified purpose or not. Activity is- This field specifies the status of activity. Start Month- This field specifies the month in which activity will start . Total Duration- This field specifies the total duration for which activity will be valid Total Cost- This field specifies the total cost that is assigned for the activity. Total Expected beneficiaries- This section captures the expected number of people who would be benefited after the activity is completed.

Save – This button allows you to save the Activity. Save & forward –This button allows you to forward the activity to the planner. Cancel – This button enables you to abort the Create Activity operation and will take you back to the main screen (left menu), from where you chose to open the Create Activity form. How to Create an Activity To be able to create a work, follow the steps given below: 1) Invoke the PlanPlus package. Create Activity option will be visible on the left menu under Requirement Section Activity once you login to the package using your User ID and Password and have Work Definer Role. See Login section for more details. 2) Click Create Activity option to open create work form. 3) Create Activity form displays only those data fields, which are meant for you. You will notice that there are certain fields marked with * sign, which means that they are mandatory for you and required to be filled in.

4) You can click on the field and enter the value. Activity Name, Activity Description, Implementing Agency, focus area, implementing agency are text boxes and you can enter the value by clicking in that field. Plan Unit Type and Plan Unit are drop down

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 43 OF 95 list and you can select the appropriate type (the plan unit for which you are creating the Activity definition) from the list. Activity Focus Area is a drop down list specifying the subject areas of RLB and ULB, the user can select one of them to which this activity falls. 5) You can optionally link an activity to the suggestions it fulfills by clicking the button Need to be fulfilled. This opens a form listing all the suggestions forwarded to the planning unit. The user can select the suggestion.

6) You can specify to which category does the activity belongs to. 7) Click the Save button to save the newly created activity or click Cancel button to abort the create activity operation. 8) Click on save & forward button to forward the activity to the next stage(i.e. to the planner) 9) Cancel to abort the operation. 10) In case you chose to cancel the operation in the step 9, the system takes you back to the PlanPlus Main Screen without saving your work. 11) In case you chose to save the details in step 9, a message: “The activity was saved successfully” is displayed to you provided all mandatory fields that are meant for you are filled. Click OK to continue. As you click OK, you are brought back to PlanPlus Main Screen to enable you to create more activity, if you desire. What happens when an activity is saved & forwarded? 1) The newly created activity is saved and is available to the planning unit for inclusion in annual plan.

Messages As you create an activity, you may be prompted with one of the following messages.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 44 OF 95 S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user 1 Please select plan year This indicate that the plan year has not been selected Click OK to resume and select a Plan year 2 Please select Plan unit Type This indicates that the Plan unit type is has not been selected. Click OK to resume and select a plan unit type. 3. Please enter the Activity Name. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to enter the activity Name. This message is displayed when you click Save button without typing in activity Name in Create Activity form.

Click OK to resume and type the Work Name in Activity Name text-box. 4. Please enter the Activity Description. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to enter the Activity Description. This message is displayed when you click Save button without typing in Activity Description in Create Activity form. Click OK to resume and type the Activity Description in Activity Description text-box. 5. Please enter the Activity Focus Area. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Activity Focus Area. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Activity Focus Area in Click OK to resume and select the Activity Focus Area from Activity Focus Area drill down list.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 45 OF 95 S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user Create Activity form. 6. Please enter the total cost of the Work. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to enter the cost of the work. This message is displayed when you click Save button without typing in cost of the work in Create Work form. Click OK to resume and type the cost of the work in Total Cost text-box.

7. Please enter the Planned Start (Month/Year) for the Activity. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to enter the Planned Start (Month/Year) for the Activity. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting the Planned Start (Month/Year) for the work in Create Activity form. Click OK to resume and select Planned Start (Month/Year) for the Activity from Planned Start (Month/Year) drill down list. 8. Please enter the duration of the Activity This indicates that it is mandatory for you to enter the duration of the Activity. This message is displayed when you click Save button without typing in duration of the Activity in Create Activity form. Click OK to resume and type the duration of work in Activity Duration text-box.

9. The Activity Duration This indicates that a Click OK to resume and type the

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 46 OF 95 S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user cannot be more than 60 Month Activity could span at the maximum to 5 years. This message is displayed when you click Save button and have entered a value more than 60 in Total Duration (in months) in Create Activity form. duration of Activity less than 60 months in Total Duration (in months) text-box. 10. Please enter Total Cost for the Activity This indicates that it is mandatory for you to enter the Total Cost for the plan year(s). This message is displayed when you click Save button without typing in Total Cost schedule for the activity in Create Activity form.

Click OK to resume and type the Total Cost for the activity in Plan Year text-box. 11. Sum of the amount for all the Plan years should be equal to the total cost of the Activity This indicates that it is mandatory that Sum of the amount for all the Plan years should be equal to the total cost of the work. This message is displayed when you click Save button and Sum of the amount for all the Plan years is not equal to the total cost of the Activity. Click OK to resume and ensure that sum of the amount for all the Plan years is equal to the total cost of the Activity.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 47 OF 95 S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user 12. The Activity Details was saved successfully This indicates that the specified work was created successfully. Click OK to continue. 5.2 Resource Envelope Section This section covers the Resource Envelope available with Planning Unit. The stakeholder who would be providing the information for this module are State Govt. / Financial Institution (NABARD / Banks) / and Planning Units. State Government are providing resource envelope available under different schemes. The user with a Fund Allocator role will provide the scheme wise fund availability for each planning unit. Financial Institution like NABARD and other lead banks would be providing the Credit available under different activities. The user with a Financial Institution role will provide the activity wise credit availability for each planning unit. Also, Planning Unit can indicate the availability of own funds / revenues which could be utilized for Planning developmental works. The following table describes which role can specify what resource envelope.

Resource Envelope Role Scheme Fund Details Opening Balance Budgetary Allocation Gpdp Count Fund Allocator

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A user with a Fund Allocator role is allowed to specify Opening Balance to the plan unit. Opening Fund Allocation to Plan unit option is available on the Main Screen (left menu) under Resource Envelope Scheme Fund Details for the user with Fund Allocator Role. Refer to Fig. for Opening Balance option As you choose to allocate funds to plan unit for a Scheme, following details associated with the fund allocation are required: Plan Year Plan Unit Scheme Type Scheme Component Name Two Buttons viz. Get data and Close appear at the bottom. Screen Description Fig. 5.6 provides a sample picture of the Opening Balance form as it appears on your screen. The title of the form viz. Opening Balance is displayed at the top.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 49 OF 95 Fig. 5.6 Opening Balance form contains following fields as indicated below. Plan Year . Scheme Type Plan Unit Type . Scheme Plan Unit . Component Name Plan Year – This specifies the year for which you are doing the allocation. Plan Unit Type – This field specifies the planning unit type for which the logged in user can do fund allocation. The type of Plan Units for which the user can do fund allocation are defined when the user account is created.

Plan Unit – Depending upon the planning unit type, the system automatically retrieves all the plan unit for which the logged in user can do fund allocation. Scheme Type – This field specifies the scheme type for which the logged in user can do fund allocation. Scheme - This specifies the scheme for which you are doing the allocation. Component Name - This field specifies the component name under the scheme selected for the allocation in the selected plan year.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 50 OF 95 Besides, you will see the following button on the form: Get data-The button allows you to view the list of plan units associated with the selected plan unit. Save – This button allows you to save the fund allocation to the plan unit. Cancel – This button enables you to abort the Opening Balance operation and will take you back to the main screen (left menu), from where you chose to open the Opening Balance form. How to do Fund Allocation to the Plan Units To be able to do fund allocation to plan unit, follow the steps given below: 1) Invoke the PlanPlus package. Opening Balance option will be visible on the left menu under Resource Envelope Scheme Funds Details once you login to the package using your user ID and Password and have Fund Allocator Role. See Login section for more details.

2) Click Opening Balance option to open Fund Allocation to Plan Unit form. 3) Opening Balance form displays the drill down list for Scheme, Plan Year and Plan Unit Type. You are required to select the scheme for which you want to do the fund allocation, the year for which you are entering the allocation details. Plan Unit Type will be a drill down list showing only those plan units for which the logged in user can do fund allocation 4) Once you have selected the Plan Unit Type all the plan units of that type are shown in a grid format. You can specify balance category wise of General, SC or ST for each plan unit in the text boxes.

5) Click the Save button to save the fund allocation details or click Cancel button to abort the fund allocation to plan unit operation. 6) In case you chose to cancel the operation in the step 5, the system takes you back to the PlanPlus Main Screen without saving your fund allocation details.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 51 OF 95 7) In case you chose to save the details in step 5, a message: “Fund allocation was saved successfully” is displayed. Click OK to continue. As you click OK, you are brought back to Resource envelope. What happens when a fund allocation details are saved? 1) The allocations are saved for the scheme and are available to the Plan Unit for allocation under different activities.

Messages As you do fund allocation to plan unit, you may be prompted with one of the following messages. S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user 1. Please select the Plan Year. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Plan Year. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Plan Year in Opening Balance form. Click OK to resume and select the Plan Year.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 52 OF 95 2. Please select the Plan Unit Type. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Plan Unit Type. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Plan Unit Type in Opening Balance form. Click OK to resume and select the Plan Unit Type. 3. Please select the Scheme Type. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Scheme Type. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Scheme Type in Opening Balance.

Click OK to resume and select the Scheme Type. 4. Please select the Scheme. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Scheme. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Scheme in Opening Balance. Click OK to resume and select the Scheme. 5. Please select the Component Type. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Component Type. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Component Type in Opening Balance. Click OK to resume and select the Component Type.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 53 OF 95 6. The Opening Balance to the Plan Unit was saved successfully This indicates that the fund allocation to the Plan Unit for the specified scheme and Plan Year was saved successfully Click Ok to Continue. 5.2.2 Budgetary Allocation The software captures for each year, Scheme wise details about the balance amount available for the schemes managed by various central and state government departments.

A user with a Fund Allocator role is allowed to specify fund allocation to the plan unit. Budgetary Allocation to Plan unit option is available on the Main Screen (left menu) under Resource Envelope Scheme Fund Details for the user with Fund Allocator Role. Refer to Fig for Budgetary Allocation option As you choose to allocate funds to plan unit for a Scheme, following details associated with the fund allocation are required: Plan Year . Scheme Type Plan Unit Type . Scheme Plan Unit . Component Name Two Buttons viz. Get Data and Close appear at the bottom. Screen Description Fig. 5.6 provides a sample picture of the Budgetary Allocation form as it appears on your screen. The title of the form viz. Budgetary Allocation is displayed at the top.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 54 OF 95 Fig. 5.6 Fund Allocation to Plan Units (Opening Balance) form contains following fields as indicated below. Plan Year Plan Unit Type Plan Unit Scheme Type Scheme Component Name Plan Year – This specifies the year for which you are doing the allocation. Plan Unit Type – This field specifies the planning unit type for which the logged in user can do fund allocation. The type of Plan Units for which the user can do fund allocation are defined when the user account is created.

Plan Unit – Depending upon the planning unit type, the system automatically retrieves all the plan unit for which the logged in user can do fund allocation. Scheme Type – This field specifies the scheme type for which the logged in user can do fund allocation. Scheme - This specifies the scheme for which you are doing the allocation.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 55 OF 95 Component Name - This field specifies the component name under the scheme selected for the allocation in the selected plan year. Besides, you will see the following button on the form: Get data-The button allows you to view the list of plan units associated with the selected plan unit. Save – This button allows you to save the fund allocation to the plan unit. Cancel – This button enables you to abort the Budgetary Allocation operation and will take you back to the main screen (left menu), from where you chose to open the Budgetary Allocation form. How to do Fund Allocation to the Plan Units To be able to do fund allocation to plan unit, follow the steps given below: 1) Invoke the PlanPlus package. Budgetary Allocation option will be visible on the left menu under Resource Envelope Scheme Funds Details once you login to the package using your User ID and Password and have Fund Allocator Role. See Login section for more details.

2) Click Budgetary Allocation option to open Fund Allocation to Plan Unit form. 3) Budgetary Allocation form displays the drill down list for Scheme, Plan Year and Plan Unit Type. You are required to select the scheme for which you want to do the fund allocation, the year for which you are entering the allocation details. Plan Unit Type will be a drill down list showing only those plan units for which the logged in user can do fund allocation 4) Once you have selected the Plan Unit Type all the plan units of that type are shown in a grid format. You can specify balance category wise of General, SC or ST for each plan unit in the text boxes.

5) Click the Save button to save the fund allocation details or click Cancel button to abort the fund allocation to plan unit operation.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 56 OF 95 6) In case you chose to cancel the operation in the step 5, the system takes you back to the PlanPlus Main Screen without saving your fund allocation details. 7) In case you chose to save the details in step 5, a message: “Fund allocation was saved successfully” is displayed. Click OK to continue. As you click OK, you are brought back to Resource envelope form to enable you to do more allocation under the scheme, if you desire.

What happens when a fund allocation details are saved? 1) The allocations are saved for the scheme and are available to the Plan Unit for allocation under different activities. Messages As you do fund allocation to plan unit, you may be prompted with one of the following messages. S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 57 OF 95 1. Please select the Plan Year. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Plan Year. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Plan Year in Manage OTP form. Click OK to resume and select the Plan Year. 2. Please select the Plan Unit Type. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Plan Unit Type. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Plan Unit Type in Manage OTP form.

Click OK to resume and select the Plan Unit Type. 3. Please select the Scheme Type. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Scheme Type. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Scheme Type in Opening Balance. Click OK to resume and select the Scheme Type. 4. Please select the Scheme. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Scheme. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Scheme in Opening Balance. Click OK to resume and select the Scheme.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 58 OF 95 5. Please select the Component Type. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Component Type. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Component Type in Opening Balance. Click OK to resume and select the Component Type. 6. Fund allocation was saved successfully. This indicates that the fund allocation to the Plan Unit for the specified scheme and Plan Year was saved successfully Click Ok to Continue. GPDP COUNT: 5.3 Planning This section covers the Planning Process, i.e. Annual Plan Creation, allocation of resources to prioritized works. The stakeholders for this module are Planning Unit (Rural Local Bodies/Urban Local Bodies/Line Department). The plan undergoes a process of Technical and Administrative Approval before finally getting approved by District Planning Committee. The complete workflow starting from

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 59 OF 95 Plan creation, to Technical Scrutiny / Administrative Approval and final Approval by District Planning Committee is covered under this section. The stakeholders for this module are Planners, Technical Appraisal Group, Administrative Approval Committee and District Planning Committee for Rural Local Bodies/Urban Local Bodies/Line Department. The user with a Planner, Technical Appraisal, Administrative Approval and DPC role will carry out the options available under Planning Module.

The following table describes the options available under planning section. Planning Role Action Plan o Create Action Plan o Modify Action Plan o Revert Action plan Planner 5.3.1 Action Plan General Description As explained earlier once activities are identified, each planning unit (District Panchayat / Intermediate Panchayat / Village Panchayat / Corporation / Municipality / Town Areas / Notified Area Council / Line department) carries out the exercise of preparing an Action plan. A user with a Planner role is allowed to create /modify and revert an Action plan. Create / Modify and revert Action Plan option is available on the Main Screen (left menu) under Planning Action Plan for the user with Planner Role.

As you choose to create an Action plan, following details are associated with the plan: Plan Year

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 60 OF 95 Plan Unit Type Plan Unit Activity Type Activity Name Total Cost Amount Allotted Upload Proof of Citizen Approval Four Buttons viz. Include Activity, Save, save & forward to admin approval and Cancel appear at the bottom. Screen Description Fig. 5.10 provides a sample picture of the Create Action Plan form as it appears on your screen. The title of the form viz. Create Action Plan is displayed at the top.

Fig. 5.10 Create Action Plan form contains following fields as indicated below. Plan Unit Type

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 61 OF 95 Plan Unit Plan Year Activity Name Total Cost Amount Allotted Plan Unit Type – This field specifies the planning unit type for which the logged in user can create an action plan. The type of Plan Units for which the user can create an action plan are defined when the user account is created. Plan Unit – Depending upon the planning unit type, the plan unit will specify the actual plan unit for which the plan is being created.

Plan Year – This is drop down list and the user can select the Plan Year for which he is creating the plan. Activity Name – This field specifies the name of the activity. Depending upon the plan unit and the plan year the system automatically retrieves all the activity which are planned for the selected plan year by the planning unit. Total Cost – This field displays the total cost of the activity for the selected plan year. Amount Allotted – This field specifies the amount allocated to the activity from different schemes. Save – This button allows you to save the plan.

Cancel – This button enables you to abort the Create Action Plan operation and will take you back to the main screen (left menu), from where you chose to open the Create Action Plan form. Save & Forward to admin approval – This button allows you to forward the plan to the next stagefor admin approval. Allocate – This button allows planning unit to allocate funds from different schemes to different activities. Based on the sector of the activity (activity focus area) and that of the scheme, the software

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 62 OF 95 would automatically show the amount of Expected Allocation (tied/untied breakup) and Available Funds (tied/untied breakup) under different schemes. Fig 5.11 below shows allocation of fund to the activities from scheme. Fig 5.11 One activity may be allocated funds from more than one scheme, thereby converging funds of different schemes (if the schemes are for the same sector as that of the work or if the scheme has provision for untied funds).

The Planning Unit could specify the amount proposed to be used for the activity from different schemes (tied/untied/own funds/community contribution) and click the allocate button to save the details. 10000 Allocate

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 63 OF 95 Set Priority - This button allows the user to prioritize the activity. Increasing/Decreasing the priority of the activity will affect the amount availability for that activity from different schemes. Exclude - This button allows the user to exclude certain activity from the plan. The activity could be excluded from the plan because of scarcity of funds etc. The system will not allow excluding the ongoing and spilling over activity. Once excluded the activity would be available in the include list. Include - Activity could be included in the plan as per availability of funds. There are checks like all the suspended activity and the activity which were excluded earlier and are planned to be taken up later would be shown in the include activity list.

All the activity for which full allocation (i.e. amount allocated equals to target allocation) has been done would be shown in Black and the activity, which are still short of funds, would be shown in red. How to Create an Action Plan To be able to create an action plan, follow the steps given below: 1) Invoke the PlanPlus package. Create Action Plan option will be visible on the left menu under Planning Create Action Plan once you login to the package using your user ID and Password and have Planner Role. See Login section for more details. 2) Click Create Action Plan option to open create action plan form. 3) Create Action Plan form displays only those data fields, which are meant for you. 4) You can click on the field and enter the value. Plan Unit Type and Plan Unit are drop down list and you can select the appropriate type (the plan unit for which you are creating the action plan) from the list. You can select the year for which you are creating the action plan. Depending upon the plan unit and the plan year the system automatically retrieves all the activity which are planned for the selected plan year by the planning unit. Financial target of the activity for the selected plan year is also displayed.

5) Click the Save button to save the newly created plan or click cancel button to abort create action plan operation.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 64 OF 95 6) Click the save & forward button to forward the plan to the next stage (I .e pending for admin approval). 7) In case you chose to cancel the operation in the step 5, the system takes you back to the PlanPlus Main Screen without saving your plan. 8) In case you chose to save the details in step 5, a message: “Data saved successfully” is displayed. Click OK to continue. As you click OK, you are brought back to PlanPlus Main Screen to enable you to modify the plan, if you desire. What happens when a plan is saved?

1) The newly created plan is saved and is available to the planning unit for further modification. Messages As you create a work, you may be prompted with one of the following messages. S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user 1. You are trying to allocate more tied funds than that is available with the scheme. This is a warming message and indicates that you are allocating more tied funds than that is available with the scheme. This message is displayed when you click Allocate button on Fund Allocation form.

Click OK to continue. 2. You are trying to allocate more untied funds than that is available with the scheme This is a warming message and indicates that you are allocating more untied funds than that is available with the Click OK to continue.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 65 OF 95 S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user scheme. This message is displayed when you click Allocate button on Fund Allocation form. 3. Amount Allocated is more than target required for the work, Please adjust the Allocation. This message indicates that amount allocated to the work from different scheme is more than the required target allocation. This message is displayed when you click Allocate button on Fund Allocation form.

Click OK to resume and adjust the amount under different scheme in Amount Proposed to be Used text-box. 4. Plan Saved Successfully This indicates that the specified Plan was created successfully. Click OK to continue.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 66 OF 95 Relation of total cost between Planner and Fund allocator. According to planplus v2.0, The Fund allocation done in any plan unit should must be equal to the total cost of all the activities created in that plan unit for the particular plan year. The flow chart explaining the basic concept of total cost relationship between Planner and fund allocator is shown below.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 67 OF 95 5.5 Master Data This section covers the Master Data require for the successful implementation of PlanPlus Package. The stakeholder who would be providing the master data includes State Administrator, Scheme Definer, SOR Definer and Norms Definer. The user with a State Administrator role will provide the Agency and Line Department Name. The user with a Scheme Definer role will provide details about various Central and State Government Schemes. The user with a SOR Definer role will provide the schedule of rates for different agencies. The user with a Norms Definer role will provide details about various Sectoral Norms that need to be adhered. The user with a State Administrative role will provide details about various District Line Department and Agencies who will be defining Central and State Government Schemes.

The following table describes which role can specify which master data. Master Data Role Manage Focus Area and Scheme o Focus Area Mapping o Scheme mapping Create Services 14FC o 14FC Formula o Fund Receive Detail o Fund Transfer Detail o Expenditure Detail Focus Area Mapping: The form Focus Area Mapping contains the following fields: The form focus Area Mapping have two select options: RLB or ULB

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 68 OF 95 1. Selecting Rlb: if you select RLB option then the further mapped focus areas will be displayed for RLB’S only. 2. Selecting ULB: if the selected is ULB option then the further mapped focus areas will be displayed for ULB’S only. 3. Available Focus Area: This column contains the list of Available Focus Areas, from where the focus areas are selected and are dragged in the column of Selected focus Area. 4. Selected Focus Area: This column contains the list of Selected Focus Areas, from where the selected focus areas are dropped back in the column of Available focus Area. *A mapped focus area can only be dropped back to the list of available focus area. If any activity or suggestion is not associated with the focus area.

5. Drag/Drop button: These button works to drag and drop a selected focus area from the list of Available focus area to selected focus area and vice versa. 6. Save to save newly made changes and Cancel to abort the changes. An Example of focus area mapping for RLB is shown below Mapping Focus Areas: An Example of focus area mapping for RLB is shown below If RLB is selected If ULB is selected

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 69 OF 95 Scheme Mapping: The form Scheme Mapping contains the following fields: The form Scheme Mapping have three select options: Center scheme, State scheme and Other Resources 1. Selecting Center scheme: Selecting Center scheme option will allow you to view the schemes of Central government and also the action of choose and drag of schemes from available schemes to selected schemes List can be done here.

2. Selecting State Scheme: Selecting State scheme option will allow you to view the schemes of State government and also the action of choose and drag of schemes from available schemes to selected schemes List can be done here. 3. Selecting Other Resources: Selecting Other Resources option will allow you to view available schemes from other resources and also the action of choose and drag of schemes from available schemes to selected schemes List can be done here. 4. Available Schemes: This column contains the list of Available Schemes, from where the Schemes are selected and are dragged in the column of Selected Scheme List.

5. Selected Scheme List: This column contains the list of Selected Schemes, from where the selected Schemes are dropped back in the column of Available Schemes. *A mapped Scheme can only be dropped back to the list of available Schemes. If the scheme is not associated with any activity funding.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 70 OF 95 6. Drag/Drop button: These button works to drag and drop a selected Scheme from the list of Available Scheme to selected Scheme List and vice versa. 7. Save to save newly made changes and Cancel to abort the changes. An Example of Scheme mapping for Center Schemes is shown below An Example of Scheme mapping for State Schemes is shown below. Center Schemes State Schemes

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 71 OF 95 An Example of Scheme mapping for Other Resources is shown below Create Services: The form allows you to create a service and gives you the privilege to define the service for the desired plan unit types. An example of creating a Service is shown below: Screen Description The Form contains the following fields: 1. The form contains two text boxes and a field containg check boxes given below: Other Resources

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 72 OF 95 1. Service Name: This text box allows you to give the service a name. 2. Service Description: It allows you to save the service description of the service you are creating. 3. Service For:This field authorises you to give the previlege of using the service to the desired plan unit type. It contains several check boxes associate with each plan unit type displayed in the form, setting up privelege to the plan unit type is quite simple you just need to mark the check box.

4. Save to save the created service and Cancel to abort the changes. 5.2.3 Fund Received Details The software captures Scheme wise details about the amount received for the 14FC schemes. A user with a Fund Allocator role is allowed to specify fund received is for district or gram panchayat. Fund Received Details option is available on the Main Screen (left menu) under Master Data 14FC for the user with State user Role. Refer to Fig for Fund Received Details option As you choose to receive funds for a plan year, for a Scheme, following details associated with the fund received are required: Plan Year Scheme Component name Instalment Amount Received Total No. of panchayat

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 73 OF 95 Received Date Two Buttons viz. Save and Cancel appear at the bottom. Screen Description Fig. 5.7 provides a sample picture of the Fund Received Details form as it appears on your screen. The title of the form viz. Fund Received Details is displayed at the top. Fig. 5.7 Fund Received Details form contains following fields as indicated below. Plan Year Scheme Component name Instalment Amount Received Total No. of panchayat Received Date Plan Year – This specifies the year for which you are doing the allocation. Scheme – This specifies the scheme for which you are doing the allocation.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 74 OF 95 Component name - This specifies the scheme component name for which you are doing the allocation. Instalment - This specifies the instalment for which you are doing the allocation Fund Received from - This field specifies from where the amount is received. Amount Received- This field specifies the total amount of fund received. Total No of panchayat- This specifies the total no. of panchayat for which you are doing the allocation. Received Date- This field specifies the date on which fund is received.

Besides, you will see the following button on the form: Save – This button allows you to save the fund received for the plan unit. Cancel – This button enables you to abort the Fund Received Details operation and will take you back to the main screen (left menu), from where you chose to open the Fund Received Details form. How to do Receive Fund for the Plan Units To be able to receive fund for plan unit, follow the steps given below: 1) Invoke the PlanPlus package. Fund Received Details option will be visible on the left menu under Master Data 14fc once you login to the package using your User ID and Password and have State user Role. See Login section for more details. 2) Click Fund Received Details option to open Fund received details for Plan year form. 3) Fund Received Details form displays the drill down list for Plan Year, scheme, component Name, instalment you are required to select the Plan year for which you want to receive the fund.

4) Once you have selected the Plan year, scheme, component name and instalment you can enter fund received details in the text boxes and select the fund received date from the calendar.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 75 OF 95 5) Click the Save button to save the fund allocation details or click Cancel button to abort the fund Received operation. 6) In case you chose to cancel the operation in the step 5, the system takes you back to the PlanPlus Main Screen without saving your fund received details. 7) In case you chose to save the details in step 5, a message: “Data saved successfully” is displayed. Click OK to continue. As you click OK, you are brought back to main page.

8) What happens when a fund received details are saved? 1) The fund received details are saved for the scheme and are available for the selected Plan Unit for allocation. Messages As you receive fund for the plan unit, you may be prompted with one of the following messages. S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user 1. Please select the Plan Year. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Plan Year. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Plan Year Fund received details form.

Click OK to resume and select the Plan Year.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 76 OF 95 2. Please select the Scheme. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the scheme. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in scheme in Fund received details. Click OK to resume and select the scheme. 3. Please select the Component name. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the component name. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in component name in Fund received details. Click OK to resume and select the component name.

4. Please select the Instalment. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Instalment. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in instalment in Fund received details. Click OK to resume and select the Instalment. 5. Please enter the Amount Received. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Amount Received. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Amount Received in Fund received details. Click OK to resume and select the Amount Received.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 77 OF 95 6. Please enter the Total no of panchayat. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Total no of panchayat. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Total no of panchayat in Fund received details. Click OK to resume and select the Total no of panchayat. 7. Please select the Received Date. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Received Date. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Received Date in Fund received details. Click OK to resume and select the Received Date.

8. Data saved successfully This indicates that the received fund details for the Plan year for the specified scheme was saved successfully Click Ok to Continue. 5.2.4 Fund Transfer Details The software captures for each year, Scheme wise details about the amount transferred for the 14FC schemes. A user with a Fund Allocator role is allowed to specify fund transfer for plan unit. Fund Transfer Details option is available on the Main Screen (left menu) under Master Data 14FC for the user with State user Role. Refer to Fig for Fund Transfer Details option

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 78 OF 95 As you choose to transfer funds to plan year for 14 FC Scheme, following details associated with the fund transfer are required: Plan Year Scheme Component name Instalment Fund transferred to the no. of GPs Total Fund transferred (Rs. In crore) No of panchayat payment were delayed Duration of delayed(in days) Interest amount released(in crore) Date of Transfer Fund released government order Two Buttons viz. Save and Cancel appear at the bottom. Screen Description Fig. 5.8 provides a sample picture of the Fund Transfer Details form as it appears on your screen. The title of the form viz. Fund Transfer Details is displayed at the top.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 79 OF 95 Fig. 5.8 Fund Transfer Details form contains following fields as indicated below. Plan Year Scheme Component name Instalment Fund transferred to the no. of GPs Total Fund transferred (Rs. In crore) No of panchayat payment were delayed Duration of delayed(in days) Interest amount released(in crore) Date of Transfer Fund released government order Plan Year – This specifies the year for which you are doing the allocation.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 80 OF 95 Scheme – This specifies the scheme for which you are doing the allocation. Component name – This specifies the component name of the scheme for which you are doing the allocation. Instalment – This field specifies the instalment associated with the scheme for which you are doing the allocation. Fund transferred to the no. of GPs - This field specifies the total no of GPs to which fund is transferred.

Total Fund transferred (Rs. In crore) - This field specifies the total amount transferred in Rs.crore. No of panchayat payment were delayed - This field specifies the total no of panchayats which were delayed for the payment. Duration of delayed (in days) - This field specifies the total no. of days for which the payment was delayed. Interest amount released (in crore) - This field specifies the total amount released caused by delay of payment to the gp’s. Date of Transfer- This field specifies the date on which fund is transferred. Fund released government order –In this field a pdf file need to be uploaded as a government order for fund transfer.

Besides, you will see the following button on the form: Save – This button allows you to save the fund received for the plan unit. Cancel – This button enables you to abort the Fund Transfer Details operation and will take you back to the main screen (left menu), from where you chose to open the Fund Transfer Details form. How to do Transfer Fund for the Plan Units To be able to do fund transfer for a plan year in a particular scheme, follow the steps given below:

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 81 OF 95 1) Invoke the PlanPlus package. Fund Transfer Details option will be visible on the left menu under Master data 14fc once you login to the package using your user ID and Password and have State user Role. See Login section for more details. 2) Fund Transfer Details form displays the drill down list for Plan Year, Scheme, Component name, and instalment. You are required to select the Plan year and other drill down/ combos for which you want to transfer the fund. 3) Once you have selected the Plan year, Scheme, Component Name, Instalment you can enter fund received details in the text boxes and select the fund transfer date from the calendar.

4) Click the Save button to save the fund allocation details or click Cancel button to abort the fund transfer operation. 5) In case you chose to cancel the operation in the step 5, the system takes you back to the PlanPlus Main Screen without saving your fund received details. 6) In case you chose to save the details in step 5, a message: “Data saved successfully” is displayed. Click OK to continue. As you click OK, you are brought back to Main page. 7) What happens when a fund transfer details are saved? 1) The fund transfer details are saved for the scheme and are available for the selected Plan Unit for allocation.

Messages As you receive fund for the plan unit, you may be prompted with one of the following messages.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 82 OF 95 S.No Message Reason Expected Action from the user 1. Please select the Plan Year. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Plan Year. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Plan Year Fund transfer details form. Click OK to resume and select the Plan Year. 2. Please select scheme. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the scheme. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in scheme in Fund transfer details form.

Click OK to resume and select the scheme. 3. Please select the component name. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the component name. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in component name in Fund transfer details. Click OK to resume and select the component name. 4. Please select the instalment. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the instalment. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in instalment in Fund transfer details.

Click OK to resume and select the instalment.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 83 OF 95 5. Please enter the Fund transferred to the no of GPs. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to fill the Fund transferred to the no of GPs. This message is displayed when you click Save button without filling Fund transferred to the no of GPs Transferred in Fund transfer details. Click OK to resume and fill the Fund transferred to the no of GPs. 6. Please enter the Total fund transferred (Rs. In crore).

This indicates that it is mandatory for you to fill the Total fund transferred (Rs. In crore). This message is displayed when you click Save button without filling Total fund transferred (Rs. In crore) in Fund transfer details. Click OK to resume and fill the Total fund transferred (Rs. In crore). 7. Please enter the interest amount released Rs. In crore). This indicates that it is mandatory for you to fill the interest amount released Rs. In crore).This message is displayed when you click Save button without filling interest amount released Rs. In crore) in Fund transfer details.

Click OK to resume and fill the interest amount released Rs. In crore).

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 84 OF 95 8. Please select the Date of transfer. This indicates that it is mandatory for you to select the Date of Transfer. This message is displayed when you click Save button without selecting in Transfer Date in Fund transfer details. Click OK to resume and select the Date of Transfer. 9. Data saved successfully. This indicates that the received fund details for the Plan Year was saved successfully.

Click Ok to Continue.

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 85 OF 95 5.6 Monitoring Reports Depending upon the role with which user has logged on to the package, and the privileges associate with the user, the report options would be rendered. Also, there are certain reports exposed in public view which do not require login. The following table describes the main reports available with the package. Monitoring Reports(Citizen section) State Wise Focus Area Panchayat Activity Plan Report Pending Action Plan Report Approved Action Plan Report Citizen Suggestion Report Gram Sabha Suggestion Report Panchayat Development Plan Report Sector Wise Activity Status Report Fourteenth Finance Commission (FFC) Dashboard Plan Status Report Plan Plus Map View Citizen Section Reports – There are certain reports exposed in public view which do not require login. These reports include • State wise scheme list: It allows the citizen to view the mapped schemes. • State wise focus area: It allows the citizen to view the mapped Focus areas for a state. • Panchayat activity plan report:

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 86 OF 95 • Pending action plan report: This report allows the citizen to view the status of the plan, which are in pipeline for the Selected Plan Year. The output is shown State / Plan Unit Type Wise, that is, the number of plans in pipeline for the selected plan year by each Type of Planning Unit. The user can drill down to know the plan unit and where the Plan is pending. The plan could be pending either for DPC Approval/ TAG Approval/ Administrative Approval/ or pending with the Plan Unit.

• Approved Action Plan Report – This report allows the citizen to view plans approved in the Selected Plan Year. The output is shown State / Plan Unit Type Wise, that is, the number of plans approved in the selected plan year by each Type of Planning Unit. The user can drill down to know the plan unit and view the approved plan. • Citizen Suggestion Report: The report allows the user to view all the suggestions provided by citizen in a selected plan year for the selected plan unit. • Gram Sabha Suggestion Report: The report allows the user to view all the suggestions provided by Gram Sabha in a selected plan year for the selected plan unit. • Panchayat Development Plan Report: • Sector Wise Activity Status Report: • Plan Status Report: It allows the citizen to view the status of plan • PlanPlus Map: It shows the development of plans on map. Output of few of the reports is enclosed in the following screen shots

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 87 OF 95 State Wise Scheme List State Wise Focus Area:

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 88 OF 95 Panchayat Activity Plan Report:

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 89 OF 95 Pending Action Plan Report:

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 90 OF 95 Approved Action Plan Report:

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 91 OF 95 Citizen Suggestion Report:

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 92 OF 95 Gram Sabha Suggestion Report:

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 93 OF 95 Panchayat Development Plan Report:

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 94 OF 95 Sector wise Activity Status Report:

NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE _ _ PLANPLUS _ USER MANUAL VERSION 2.0 _ _ _ _ NIC-PID _ _ PLANPLUS _ _ USERMANUAL 2.O RELEASE DATE:01-03-2016 PAGE 95 OF 95 Plan Status Report: