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Progress of Ongoing Management ImprovementPresented by :Md. Wahidur RahmanMd. Additional Chief Engineer (Implementation), LGEDHISTORY OF LGEDRural Dev.Model (BARD)WP1960s198219841984Engg.CellEngg.CellWPWLGEBLGEBinMLGRD&C1970sLGEDLGED1992ƒƒƒƒƒƒƒƒƒƒƒƒƒƒƒƒIssues on Development Strategy / PoliciesHigher Economic GrowthIntegrated Rural DevelopmentTrade ExpansionProvision of Basic ServicesIncreased ProductivityDecrease in Production CostPoverty Reduction and Social DevelopmentEnhancement of Quality of Life Enhancement of Quality of Life ƒƒƒƒƒƒƒƒComponents of Comilla ModelTwo-tier Co-operatives - Krishak Samabaya-Samity (KSS) and Thana (Upazila) Central Co-operatives Association (TCCA)Rural Works Programme (RWP)Thana (Upazila) Irrigation Programme (TIP)Thana (Upazila) Training and Development Centre (TTDC)€€€€€€Rural Development Strategy(RD Strategy, 1984)Development of Physical Infrastructure including Roads, Structures and MarketsIrrigated Agriculture, Minor Drainage and Flood Control WorksProduction and Employment Program for the Rural Poorfor the Rural Poor™™™™™™™™™™™™Rural Development Strategy(Rural Infrastructure Strategy Study 1996)RD Strategy (1984) Approach Remain ValidNo Major Changes Are Required, Only Some Adjustments or “Fine Tuning” May Be JustifiedTargets Will Have To Be Reset Due to Increase of Growth Centers From 1400 to 2100Regional Priorities Will ...

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Progress of Ongoing
Management Improvement
Presented by :
Md. Wahidur Rahman
Md.
Additional Chief Engineer (Implementation), LGEDHISTORY OF
LGED
Rural Dev.
Model (BARD)
WP
1960s
1982
1984
1984
Engg.Cell
Engg.Cell
WPW
LGEB
LGEB
in
MLGRD&C
1970s
LGEDLGED
1992ƒ
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Issues on Development Strategy / Policies
Higher Economic Growth
Integrated Rural Development
Trade Expansion
Provision of Basic Services
Increased Productivity
Decrease in Production Cost
Poverty Reduction and Social
Development
Enhancement of Quality of Life
Enhancement of Quality of Life ƒ
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Components of Comilla Model
Two-tier Co-operatives - Krishak Samabaya-
Samity (KSS) and Thana (Upazila) Central
Co-operatives Association (TCCA)
Rural Works Programme (RWP)
Thana (Upazila) Irrigation Programme (TIP)
Thana (Upazila) Training and Development Centre
(TTDC)€





Rural Development Strategy
(RD Strategy, 1984)
Development of Physical Infrastructure
including Roads, Structures and
Markets
Irrigated Agriculture, Minor Drainage
and Flood Control Works
Production and Employment Program
for the Rural Poor
for the Rural Poor™











Rural Development Strategy
(Rural Infrastructure Strategy Study 1996)
RD Strategy (1984) Approach Remain Valid
No Major Changes Are Required, Only Some
Adjustments or “Fine Tuning” May Be Justified
Targets Will Have To Be Reset Due to Increase of Growth
Centers From 1400 to 2100
Regional Priorities Will Have To Be Defined With View Of e
The Natural Potential Of The Regions
More Emphasis On User/Community Participation
Strengthening Capacity Of Contractors‰







Relevant Issues as Included in the National Strategy for
Accelerated Poverty Reduction (NSAPR), 2005
Three Important Elements Of Rural infrastructure are Roads, Markets ets
and Electrification
Emphasis Would Be Given For Developing Growth Centres and and
Growth Centre Connecting Roads, Rural Roads & Providing Drainage
Structures On Rural Roads
For Maximizing Direct/Indirect Multipliers Of Income/Employment
Generation From Infrastructure Development, Priority Would Be Given ven
To Create Macro And Micro Level Interactions
For Rural Infrastructure Programmes Focus Would Be Given To
Provision Of Basic Economic And Social Services In Collaboration
With Local Agencies, NGOs And Private SectorPlanning,
Planning,
Implementation
Implementation
and monitoring
and monitoring
of
of maintenance
rural /urban/water Prepare
of rural /urban/water
sector
Upazila/Union/
Develop skill
sector
Infrastructure
Pourashava
of LGED
infrastructure
Dev. Project
Plan Books, maps,
Plan Books, maps,
officials
design manuals
through
technical
HRD
specifications
Functions
programs
of LGED
Technical
Technical assistance
support to
to other Ministry/
Pourashavas
Agencies: Const. of .
Technical & City
Primary Schools,
Technical
support to Corporations
Cyclone Shelters,
support to
Community Clinic
Union &
Zilla
Zilla
etc.
Upazila
Parishads
ParishadsChief Engineer
Asst.. Chief Engineer
Addl.. Chief
Addl.. Chief
Addl.. Chief
Engineer
Addl.. Chief Engineer Engineer
Engineer
Superintending Superintending Superintending Superintending Superintending Superintending Superintending
Engineer Engineer Engineer Engineer Engineer Engineer Engineer
2 A E Mechanical / Electrical
4 Upper Division Assistant
12 XENs
2 Agronomist / Aquaculturalist
11 Stenographer
5 XEN Mechanical (1 ) / Training (
2 Statistician / Accounts Officer
4 ) 15 Steno Typist
2 Estimators (SAE)
7 Accountant Assistant (1) LDA-cum-Typist
1 Architecture
2 Draftsman (SAE)
17 Moazzen (1) / Drivers
1 Urban Planner
1 Mechanical Foreman 1 Duplicating Machine Operator
1 Transport Economist
1Ima 1 Ammonia Machine Operator
1 System Analyst
2 Head Assistant / Accountant 25 MLSS
1 Computer Programmer
15 Assistant Engineers
TOTAL MANPOWER = 146 (1.41%)
Superintending Engineer * x 10 (Region)
1* XEN (Training)
1* Driver
1* Assistant Engineer
*1 M.L.S.S.
Total (10 x 7) = 70 (24+46)
1* Computer Operator cum Office Assistant
(0.68%)
* borne by under development
budget
Executive Engineer x 64 (District)
1 Accountant
1 Senior Assistant Engineer
1 Steno Typist
1 Assistant Engineer
Total Manpower = 854 (8.28%)
1 Jeep Driver
1 Assistant Engineer (Mechanical) (in 22 Greater
1 Truck Driver
District)
1 Road Roller Driver
1 District Sociologist
1MLS
1 Sub-Assistant Engineer
1 Laboratory Technician
1 Upper Division Assistant (UDA)
Upazila Engineer x 481
4 Work Assistant
1 Assistant Upazila Engineer
1 Electrician
1 SAE (Construction)
Total Manpower = 9059
1 Accounts Assistant
1 SAE (Maintenance)
1 Office Assistant
1 Draftsman (SAE) MANPOWER : 87.8%
1 LDA-cum Typist
1 Community Organizer
2 Chowkidars
1 Accountant
2MLSS
1 Surveyor
TOTAL MANPOWER = 10,287
TOTAL MANPOWER = 10,287Organizational Hierarchy (Engineering)
Chief Engineer (1)
Additional Chief Engineer (4)
* Superintending Engineer
(7+10)
* Executive Engineer (87)
Upazila Engineer (481)
Sr. Assistant Engineer (64)
Upazila Assistant Engineer (476)
* Assistant Engineer (152)