2 Institutional Structure for RUSA National Level RUSA Mission Authority Project Approval Board Project Directorate Technical Support Group State Level State Higher Education Council Project Directorate Technical Support Group Institutional Level Board of Governors Project Monitoring Unit
3 Approach to RUSA States indicate their willingness to participate in RUSA States and institutions meet prerequisit es State create and submit State Plans State enters into an agreement with RUSA Mission Authority Plans evaluated and approved by PAB on the basis of norms and criteria RUSA funds allocated under specific component s Monitoring of Fund utilization Future grants dependent upon previous utilization
4 ROLE OF STATE GOVERNMENT
5 Prerequisites State Governments have to give following commitments to the Centre for entering into RUSA Setting up of State Higher Education Council (SHEC) State Higher Education Plan State funding commitment share and timeliness Filling faculty positions Affiliation and Examination reforms Governance and administrative reforms Accreditation reforms
6 State Higher Education Council (SHEC) Objective In order for the state higher education system to function effectively states need to set up SHEC at an arm s length from the state as well as centre. These Councils may be formed through an executive order to begin with but must be converted into statutory bodies by Acts of the state legislatures within two years. Function perform multiple roles such as strategy planning, monitoring, evaluation etc.
7 State Project Directorate (SPD) Composition The SPD is to consist of State Project Director and such adequate support staff as may be required for the effective functioning of the Directorate. The State Project Director must be a senior officer of the rank of Commissioner /Secretary of state Government. Functions/ Objective Oversee project implementation at the state level. Maintain statistical data and MIS reports. Engage project auditors as required.
8 State Higher Education Plan (SHEP) All States have to give commitment to prepare SHEP to get funding under various components. SHEP should consist of following components: PERSPECTIVE PLAN A perspective plan for Higher Education in the state is to be drawn up for the plan period. ANNUAL PLAN The perspective plan is required to be broken down into annual plans with detailed planning and budgeting exercise to fix the annual targets for programme implementation.
9 State Funding Commitment State share in RUSA Timeliness State Government have to commit State share as per the stipulated centre-state ratio for RUSA at the outset. The State Government must increase the expenditure on the higher education sector to 2% of its GSDP during the course of implementation. Ensure State share of funds are transferred to the SHEC RUSA Account within the stipulated time period. Ensure release of funds from the consolidated RUSA fund to the implementing agencies within 15 days, failing which they would liable for payment of interest.
10 Filling faculty positions The states must ensure that the faculty positions are filled. As far as student teacher ratio is concerned the UGC has recommended it to be 15:1 for UG and 12:1 for PG Courses.
11 Reforms Affiliation and Exam reforms An innovative state level policy for private colleges which after establishment, seek affiliation from a university. Suitable amendments to provide power to the State Council for Higher Education. Acts and statutes of the state universities may be amended suitably to accommodate the vision for a higher enrolment ensuring social equity as well as quality of education.
12 Reforms Governance reforms Transparency in the appointments of Vice Chancellors and Faculty and non academic staff in institutions. Restructuring of the affiliation system Re-engineering finance facilitation and Govt. Approvals. Ensure efficient networking among the universities for better understanding of problems in Higher Education and coming up with a holistic approach towards improving the over all state higher education. Effective utilization of resources available. Timely Monitoring of services and funds allocated Accreditation Reforms Ensure that all State Higher Education institutions apply for accreditation.
13 Establishment of Management Information System (MIS) The states must ensure The institutions take advantage of the National Knowledge Network and the National Mission on Education through ICT (NMEICT) Availability of sufficient and qualified manpower to manage the MIS, uploading of data and information etc.
14 Expectation from the States Formation of SHECs as per RUSA norms Transfer of central share and state share to SHECs Formation of State Project Directorates Submission of SHEPs & regular progress/implementation updates Adherence to timelines for fulfilling RUSA prerequisites Timely utilisation of funds and submission of Ucs Monitoring of projects for which funds have been released
15 State Higher Education Council (SHEC)
16 State Level Institutional Hierarchy The presentation would focus on: State Higher Education Councils (SHEC) State Project Directorate (SPD) Technical Support Group (TSG)
17 What is State Higher Education Council? Autonomous body responsible for planned and coordinated development of higher education in the state Fostering sharing of resources between the Universities Developing synergy across Institutions Establishing principles for funding Institutions SHEC Leading academic and governance reforms at Institution level Maintaining databank on Higher Education Conducting Research and Evaluation studies Fulfil functions of Planning, Monitoring, Quality control and Coordination at the state level
18 History of State Higher Education Council SHECs were recommended by an Act of National Policy on Education, 1986, primarily for state level planning and coordination of Higher Education First state higher education council was established by state of Andhra Pradesh on 20 th May, 1988 through an Act of State Legislature The Andhra Pradesh SHEC is primarily a coordinating and liaisoning body between UGC, State Government and Universities The Council envisages the distinct functions of planning and coordination, academic and advisory to State Government.
19 Need for State Higher Education Council State universities cannot be monitored fully through a central system Centre has only partial funding these institutions while states provide the rest of funding Lack of Coordination Information Gap Resulting in Faulty Resource Planning and Allocation Arm s length Arm s length State SHEC Centre SHEC is required to be constituted by an Executive order initially but converted into a Statutory body through Acts of state legislature within 2 years
20 Institutional Architecture of SHEC SHEC should consist of members, each with a term of 6 years Out of the total, 7 members of the council should be from the state and 3 members must be individuals of national eminence (outside the state) 1/3 rd of members will retire every 2 years and the existing council will nominate 3 new members every 2 years The council must meet at least once every quarter; the quorum for the council meetings shall be 1/3 rd of the strength, including the Chairman and Member Secretary
21 Composition of SHEC Chairman: preferably an eminent Academic/ Public Intellectual with proven leadership qualities Vice Chairman: must be an eminent academic administrator (rank of professor) or a professional from industry with sufficient experience Member Secretary: eminent academic of the rank of Professor- Chief Executive State Project Director Members: from field of arts, science and technology, culture, civil society, industry, vocational education & skill development 3 VC s: of State Universities and 2 Principals: Autonomous/ Affiliated colleges 1 Nominee: Government of India
22 Composition of Selection Committee for SHEC State would appoint a five-member selection committee to select the 7 new members and members from existing council; both in case where state councils are already existing or not existing Composition of Selection Committee 2 eminent Scientists/ Social Scientists 1 former VC of State University 1 former Director of Institute of National Repute within or outside the state 1 former VC of a Central University Initially, 1/3rd council members should be given non-renewable term of 6 years; another 1/3rd a 4-year term and remaining 1/3rd a term of 2 years.
23 Selection Process: Chairman Selection Committee Chief Minister of the State Speaker of Legislative Assembly Leader of Opposition Tenure One Non- Extendable term of five years Elimination Vote of non-confidence expressed by at least 2/3 rd of members present and voting with quorum of 3/4 th members.
24 Selection Process: Vice Chairman Selection Committee Chairman of Council One member nominated by State Council One member nominated by Government Tenure One Non- Extendable term of five years Elimination May be removed by Chairman on recommendation of the Council
25 Selection Process: Member Secretary Selection Committee Chairman of Council One member nominated by State Council One member nominated by Government Tenure One Non- Extendable term of five years Elimination May be removed by Chairman on recommendation of the Council May- 16
26 Powers and Functions of SHEC Strategy and Planning Advisory Functions Funding Functions Preparing the State Higher Education Plan (Perspective Plan, Annual Plan and Budget Plan) Providing State Institutions inputs for creating their Plans and implementing them Coordination between apex bodies, regulatory institutions and government Advising state government on strategic investments in higher education Advising universities on statute and ordinance formulation Funds managed by the SHEC will include funds from RUSA as well as State share, both of which will flow through the state government Determine the methodology for timely transfer of state s share of funds to institutions Disburse funds to state universities and colleges on the basis of the State Higher Education Plan and transparent norms
27 Powers and Functions of SHEC Monitoring & Evaluation Quality Assurance & Academic Functions Monitoring the implementation of State Higher Education Plan Creating and maintaining the Management Information Systems Compiling and maintaining periodic statistics at State and Institutional Level Evaluating state Institutions on the basis of norms and KPIs developed under RUSA Ensuring timely submission of Utilization Certificates from Institutions Faculty quality enhancement initiatives Quality of examinations/ Examination reforms Maintaining the Quality of Curriculum Promoting Innovation in Research Protecting the autonomy of State Institutions Providing approval to set up new institutions/ colleges Accreditation reforms
28 Role of Universities/Colleges under RUSA
29 Coverage under RUSA: University The number of universities have grown from 26 universities at the time of independence to 700 universities. RUSA would fund only State Universities. About 306 State universities could be covered under RUSA. Single discipline universities and universities dedicated to just postgraduate studies are not considered because of their narrow focus and areas of strength.
30 Coverage under RUSA: College From 26 universities at time of independence to 700 universities resulting in a 20- fold increase. 46- fold increase in the number of colleges, from 695 colleges at time of independence to 35,539 colleges today colleges will be covered under RUSA.
31 Rationale for Funding State HEIs Of total students studying in public institutions, only 6% enrolled in Centrally funded institutions. State Govt. controlled public institutions cater to about 94% of the students enrolled. Most private education institutions (52% of all enrolments) are affiliated to State universities and come under their academic and administrative control. While state universities cater to a large number of students, their funding is only a fraction of that provided to central institutions.
32 Process Flow College 1 prepares IDP 1 College 2 prepares IDP 2 Colleges University Aggregate college data and prepare University IDP Compiles IDPs and superimpose it with State component to prepare SHEP SHEC RRC Appraises the SHEP and places it before PAB Approves Fund for the States under proposed components. PAB
33 Institutions Role under RUSA - IDPs University The basic unit of information collection will be the university, which will collect all information from affiliated and constituent colleges. Consolidate the Institutional Development Plans (IDPs) of affiliated and constituted colleges. Preparing its own Plan, indicating its vision, mission, goals and proposed requirements Forward its Plan and consolidated IDPs to the State Govt. Conduct sensitisation programmes like workshops with colleges on RUSA College The Institutional Governing Structure is responsible for the preparation of IDP. Each institution must prepare a need based IDP and submit the same. The IDP depicts the resource requirements at Institutional Level -provides an overall budget required for the Institution to execute those activities.
34 Institution s Role under RUSA- Monitoring Need to open RUSA Account Projects at the Institutional level will be managed by two bodies; the Board of Governors (BoG) and a Project Monitoring Unit. Monitoring achievement of physical & financial targets against timelines Ensure updation of photographs and financial details on RUSA App Ensure timely submission of Utilisation Certificates
35 Board of Governors Each Institution will have its own BoG as per the State Universities Act or as per the guidelines issued by regulatory bodies as the case may be. Composition The BoG could be a member body chaired by an eminent individual. The Chairman need not be an academic but must have prior experience in a similar capacity. The board members should comprise eminent individuals from the institutions itself, state government, society, industry as well as the academia. Functions Form, supervise and guide various Committees required for project implementation and internal project monitoring,
36 Project Monitoring Unit Each institution will form a project Monitoring Unit Composition Representative from academic officials of the Institution, faculty, senior administrative officers, technical and non-technical support staff and students. Functions Responsible for monitoring of the project at the institutional level in order to implement the governance reforms proposed under RUSA.
37 Role under RUSA- Reforms Affiliation Reforms Universities An effective, and not routine or mechanical, monitoring of the colleges by the affiliating university is urgently required Limiting the number of colleges affiliated to any university to 100 Establishing campuses of existing universities to better serve colleges in their physical proximity. Colleges Large autonomous colleges can be encouraged to develop into universities. A number of colleges could be encouraged to merge, to create a larger institution (cluster university) to ensure inter- disciplinary and cross disciplinary learning Already saturated universities must be prevented from further affiliating colleges. Mandatory accreditation of institutions and courses.
38 Role under RUSA- Reforms Administrative Reforms Board of Governors Universities Transparent selection process for appointment of Vice Chancellors, faculty members and non academic staff Maintain teaching: non-teaching ratio of 1:1.1 Colleges Rationalize the size and composition of decision making bodies (Executive Council, Academic Council, Board of Governors) Human Resource policy (Faculty appointment and appointment of non academic staff ) Addressing equity issues like girl s hostel and toilets, disable friendly facilities Maintain teaching to non teaching ratio of 1:1.1
39 Role under RUSA- Reforms Academic Reforms Improving Student Teacher Ratio Semester System Choice based credit system Curriculum Development Examination Reforms Integration of Continuous and end of semester evaluation
40 Role under RUSA- Excellence Promote research and innovation. Encourage joint ventures with world class universities and premier institutions across the world. Create more speciality-oriented Inter-University Centres. Faculty training, incentives like seed money or grant for research projects.
41 How to Prepare State Higher Education Plan
42 What should SHEP reflect SHEP should reflect State s strategy to address issues of access, equity and excellence in HE. The SHEP has mainly two components Institutional component State component
43 Components of SHEP Institutions component based on Institutional Development Plan (IDPs) for all the components listed under RUSA. IDPs should be based on discussion with the stakeholders within the institution. State Component would consist of State relevant components for enhancing the equity, access and excellence in HE. IDPs are aggregated at State level and super imposed with State component into the SHEP.
44 Steps to be followed Undertake baseline surveys and stake holder consultations which would constitute the basis for preparing IDPs & SHEPs. A perspective plan for Higher education is to be drawn up for the plan period. Perspective Plan would to be broken down into annual plans with detailed planning and budgeting exercise, on the basis of which funding would be considered. Each implementing agency in the State is required to prepare a plan of action & indicate the physical targets and budgetary estimates These should cover all aspects of programme activities for the period from April to March each year,
45 Steps to be followed It is important that the action plan is realistic, practically implementable. Each implementing agency in the State is required to prepare a plan of action & indicate the physical targets and budgetary estimates These should cover all aspects of programme activities for the period from April to March each year, It is important that the action plan is realistic, practically implementable.
46 Format of SHEP Adherence to Prerequisites Fund Equalization Formula Broad contents of SHEP State Plan at a Glance Component wise Details
47 Filling up of DCF - Prerequisites Information required to be filled in the DCF State Higher Education Council ( SHEC) State Perspective Plan Financial Contribution to Higher Education as a % of GSDP Adherence to timelines for fund release Agreement to create separate fund for RUSA Filling Faculty Vacancies Accreditation reforms Affiliation & examination reforms Governance & Administrative reforms at State Level Institutional governance ( Administrative) reforms
48 Filling up of DCF Fund Equalization Formula Information required to be filled in the DCF Population ( Age Group: 18-23) Per Capita Income of the State GER ( as per ) Expenditure on Higher Education Gender Parity Index Special Problems of the State
49 Filling up of DCF State Plan at a Glance Information required to be filled in the DCF Introduction Vision, Mission & Goals on HE District Wise profile on Colleges and GER Institutional data Financial details ( baseline data, financial outlays, State expenditure on HE) Perspective plan for HE Source of Funds
50 Filling up of DCF Component wise Details Information required to be filled in the DCF State can receive funds under 18 components through RUSA. For funding, details under the required components have to be filled. State need to prioritize the components for funding. Funding is approved for a component based on its adherence to programmatic norms.
51 Preparation of State Plans Dissemination of Information CENTRE Assimilation of Data a) Communication of guidelines & timelines for SHEP preparation b) Inform regarding resource envelope STATE a) Communication on Resource allocation to institutions b) Resource allocation to be determined based on various norms a) Communication on Resource allocation to Institutions b) Resource allocation to be determined based on various norms UNIVERSITY/ COLLEGE a) Prepare & submit University/ College action plan to state b) For finalizing Institutional plan, institutions should take multiple stakeholder consultation approach
52 Key Considerations while Drafting SHEP Institutional plans will have to be submitted to the State Higher Education Council (SHEC) The Institutional Annual Plan & State Annual Plan should start from financial year onwards. Each college/ Univ. has to prepare IDP as mandate under RUSA. Further consolidating into a State Higher Education Plan would be by the State Higher Education Council. The Plan should contain accurate & authenticate data
53 Process for approval of SHEP The Ministry of HRD is the nodal agency administering the RUSA program. The approval process runs through a two-way mechanism: Budgetary Demands emanating from Institutions to the MHRD, GoI through the State Councils Budgetary Approvals /Allocations conveyed from MHRD, GoI to the State Councils and in turn to the institutions
54 How to Appraise a State Higher Education Plan?
55 Appraisal Process TSG s critical appraisal is a systematic process to identify the strengths and weaknesses of a State Higher Education Plan (SHEP) in order to assess the relevance of the State s proposals to receive funds. Submission of the SHEP by the State to the Ministry First Appraisal by the TSG Face-to-face meetings with the State officials Requesting the State to revise the SHEP on the basis of first appraisal Submission of the revised SHEP to the Ministry Appraisal of the revised version by the TSG and preparation of PAB note Appraisal of Detailed Project Reports submitted by the State(after the PAB s approval of the State s proposals)
56 Key Points to remember for appraisal Does the SHEP address the following core objectives of RUSA? Excellence Equity Access
57 Key Points to remember Advise the State officials to make sure that If data is not available for a particular field of the DCF, it should be clearly mentioned as not available(n/a).
58 Key Points to remember Style of Written Language Always keep in mind that the appraisal note will be sent to the State government. Usages like shall be, should be, shall provide,etc. therefore, should be avoided. They should be replaced with may be, may be provided for ensuring harmonious Centre-State relations.
59 Key Points to remember for appraisal Adherence to Prerequisites SHEC: Is the Act of the SHEC in accordance with the RUSA norms? Has the State committed to raise its contribution as a % of the GSDP(refer to the checklist submitted along with the undertaking)?
60 Key Points to remember for appraisal Adherence to Prerequisites Financial details( Baseline and Perspective) RUSA has a different budget head and the State has to earmark 40/10 % of the total amount proposed during the financial year as the State s contribution. Hence, the State has to show this amount separately in the budget allocation. Separate Funds for RUSA( Make sure that the State has committed to open a dedicated RUSA account) Faculty Vacancies (make sure that there is no ban on recruitment in the State)
61 Key Points to remember for appraisal Fund Equalisation Formula Make sure that the State gathered the following data from official sources only Population Per Capita Income GER GPI CPI Expenditure on Education Institutional Density Teacher-Student Ratio
62 Key Points to remember for appraisal State Plan at a Glance Make sure that the vision, mission and goals listed out are relevant and feasible in the context of the State The following background information should be taken from official sources - (Demographics, Enrolments(district-wise, institution-wise and faculty-wise, and stage-wise), Institutional Data, NAAC Accreditation Status, CPE Status, Faculty Data, District-wise Higher Education Profile, EBD Districts,Districts with Special Needs,CPI, Institutional Density)
63 Key Points to remember for appraisal State Plan at a Glance Make sure that the vision, mission and goals listed out are relevant and feasible in the context of the State The following background information should be taken from official sources - (Demographics, Enrolments(district-wise, institution-wise and facultywise, and stage-wise),institutional Data, NAAC Accreditation Status, CPE Status,Faculty Data, Districtwise Higher Education Profile, EBD Districts,Districts with Special Needs,CPI,Institutional Density)
64 Key Points to remember for appraisal State Plan at a Glance Methodology Adopted for the preparation of the SHEP Analysis of Past Performance Priority Areas Source of Funds and Major Targets Apart from RUSA funds State need to mention the other sources of funds too SWOT Analysis, Outcome and Output Targets SWOT analysis should be realistic Outcomes are the changes that will come about as a direct result of the implementation of the Scheme. Outputs are those activities that are proposed by the State in pursuit of the outcomes
65 Key Points to remember for appraisal State Plan at a Glance Total Strength of students in all programs and all years of study Total women students in all programs and all years of study Total SC students in all programs and all years of study Total ST students in all programs and all years of study Total OBC students in all programs and all years of study in the year Number of fully functional P-4 and above level computers available for students Total number of text books and reference books available in library for UG and PG Number of patents obtained Number of patents filed Transition rate of students
66 Key Points to remember for appraisal Details of Components Are the proposals appropriate for inclusion under RUSA? Do the proposals have any conflicts of interest with the programmatic norms(in terms of the checklist)? Are the proposals relevant in the context of the State? Do the proposals justify the outcome and outputs proposed by the State?
67 Roles & responsibilities of TSG
68 Hierarchy of institutions for RUSA at Centre RUSA Mission Authority Project Approval Board Focus on role of: Project Directorate Technical Support Group
69 TSG at Centre Organogram of RUSA at Centre National Mission Director Director RUSA OSD RUSA Chief Consultant Academic Chief Consultant Administrative Manager IT Consultant -II Office Assistant State Consultants Administrative Consultants IT Consultant - I Office Assistants
70 Structure of Technical Support Group (TSG) Office of TSG is called RUSA Resource Centre. The TSG is headed by Chief Consultant(s). The Chief Consultant is supported by State Consultants. The State Consultants are allotted a list of States for which they give consultancy support to both Central and State Government.
71 Central Level Interface point for TSG at Centre & States RUSA Mission Authority State Higher Education Councils Project Approval Board Technical Support Group at Centre State Project Directorate State Level TSG at State National Project Directorate Universiti es and Colleges
72 Functions: Support to Central Government Appraisal of willingness and commitment of States and recommending it to Mission Authority for inclusion of State into RUSA. The TSG provides all operational, technical, logistical, and managerial support to: RUSA Mission Authority Project Approval Board National project Directorate Preparing agenda and presentation on State s SHEP for PAB meetings Making formats for preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPRs) under various components Appraisal of DPRs of the States and recommending to Central Government for release of funds on that basis. Monitoring and Evaluation of Fund Utilization by the States on achievement of physical and financial targets against timelines. Monitor the RUSA App and PFMS details
73 Functions: Support to Central Government Preparation of checklist for DPRs Assist in making evaluation framework for appraisal of SHEPs Preparation of Handbook for RUSA and Document on FAQs for RUSA. Other support to Central Institutions of RUSA Submit tour reports on visit to States and taking necessary follow up action Prepare minutes of PAB and Mission Authority meeting Making newsletter for RUSA Act as link Consultant for other Consultant Any other task assigned by the Chief Consultant or NPD like making presentations or MIS for seminars, Reply to RTI and Parliament Questions, etc.
74 Functions: Support to State Government Supporting the States on how to enter into RUSA programme. Holding workshops in the States for propagation and increasing awareness of RUSA. Guiding the States on how to prepare SHEP and DPRs, uploading information on RUSA App and registration of Institutions on PFMS Liaising with the States to fill gaps, revise SHEPs as necessary at the time of appraisal. Detailed appraisal of SHEPs prior to placing it before the PAB for approval of grants.
75 Functions: Support to State Government Following up with States on release of Central and State share of funds to SHEC. Apprising the States about their total available resource envelope. Advising on prioritization of components for funding. Visiting States, its universities & colleges as required to guide and support them. Handling correspondence of respective states and replying to their queries.
76 Monitoring Of Stakeholders Under RUSA
77 Process Flow Submission of SHEP by state and Recommendation to PAB by TSG Approval by PAB and fund release to state Monitoring of fund release in Time bound manner
78 Beneficiaries of RUSA Institutions States
79 How do we monitor Through state visits Submission of utilization certificate Notifications PFMS Geo-tagging Cross checking the proposal as against the UCs and actuals
80 Fund Availability & Disbursement Monitoring After PAB approval, funds (central share) is released to the state treasury State share is added Funds are transferred to the SHEC account SHEC disburses funds to institutions approved as per the amount approved Note: A time duration of 15 days is allotted for making transfers from state treasury to shec and from SHEC to institutions
81 Fund Availability & Disbursement Monitoring FUND STATUS WITH DATE OF RELEASE AND OPENING BALANCE SUBMISSION OF UTILIZATION CERTIFICATE MONITORING OF FUNDS AND PROGRESS OF PROPOSAL PURPOSE FOR WHICH FUNDS ARE UTILIZED OUTCOME/ PERIODIC OUTPUT OF THE PURPOSE
82 2 Step Monitoring Public Finance Management System Geo tagging
83 Disbursement Monitoring through PFMS The new system Public Financial Management System (PFMS) is introduced & would provide for PFMS will result in A financial management platform for all Plan schemes; database of all recipient agencies; integration with Core Banking Solution of Banks handling Plan funds; integration with State Treasury systems; provide information across all Plan Schemes / implementation agencies in the country on fund utilization efficient and effective tracking of fund flow to the lowest level of implementation for Plan schemes of the Government. better monitoring; review and decision support; would enhance public accountability in the implementation of Plan schemes. It will result in effectiveness and economy in public financial management through better cash management for Government, transparency in public expenditure and real-time information on resource availability and utilization across schemes.
84 Geo tagging based monitoring Activities to be monitored New infrastructure Up gradation/renovation of existing infrastructure New facility (like books, computers, equipment's and sports) Equity initiatives Research and innovation Training & development Vocationalization Preparatory activities Management, monitoring & evaluation
85 Geo tagging based monitoring Basis of monitoring Funds/budget Outcome Time-frame Fund utilization Time period in which utilized Actual output Gap analysis
86 RUSA Bank Account DO S 1.Having a dedicated RUSA account for the state and participating institutions 2. Account should be opened jointly. 3. Account may be preferably opened in a nationalized bank DONT S 1. No funds to be kept in form of fixed deposit or any other investment 2. No fund other than RUSA funds shall be there in the account. 3. Multiple bank account must not be opened.
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