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State Project Implement Unit, Multi Location
November, 29th 2018
Expression of Interest (EOI) Consulting Firms

 Project Name                  National Cyclone Risk Mitigation Project (NCRMP) II

                               State Project Director, SPIU, NCRMP II
                               Relief and Rehabilitation Department
                               Office of Director - Disaster Management
                               Government of Maharashtra
 Address:
                               1st floor Main building, Near Mantralaya Control Room,
                               Mumbai-400 032
                               Tel: +91-22-22026712
                               E-mail: pmncrmpmaha@gmail.com

                               Selection of Consultancy Firm for Project Internal Audit for NCRMP-
 Assignment Title
                               II Maharashtra

 Reference No.                 IN-RRD-MAH-2645-CS-CQS

 Date                          14/11/2018


I.      Consulting Firm Information (Eligibility Criteria)

 Details Required              Particular Furnished                         Document Required

 Consultant Name:                                                           Registration
                                                                            Certificate

 Country of Incorporation:                                                  Registration
 Independent legal existence                                                Certificate, Copy of
 and should be registered in                                                Partnership deed,
 India under the applicable                                                 Copy of Registration
 Act.                                                                       with ICAI

 Year of                                                                    ICAI Firm Constitution
 Incorporation                                                              Certificate

 Pan no.                                                                    Pan Card

 GST no.                                                                    GST Registration
                                                                            certificate

 CAG Empanelment                                                            Proof of CAG
 with Major Audits                                                          Empanelment
 2017-18

 Number of years in                                                         ICAI Firm Constitution
 the profession                                                             Certificate

 Annual Turnover               Year 2017-18 ­ Rs                            Audited Financial
                                                                            Statements
                                   Year 2016-17 ­ Rs

                                   Year 2015-16 - Rs

Experience of having               Brief Details (assignment name,   Experience Certificate
undertaken at least 5 similar      year and cost of assignment to    and self-attested
internal audit assignments         be provided):-                    copies of contract
with central / state                                                 Agreements/work
governments / international        Experience -1 details ­           orders
donor funded projects in the
last 5 years.



                                   Experience -2 details ­




                                   Experience -3 details ­




                                   Experience -4 details ­




                                   Experience -5 details ­




The firm shall have a              Name and number of Partners       ICAI Firm Constitution
minimum 5 full time chartered      and CA employee.                  Certificate
accountants employed with
the firm. The break up details     Partner 1 ­
in terms of (i) Partners of Firm
i.e. number of full time           Partner 2 ­
chartered accountant partners
(ii) employee chartered            Partner 3 ­
accountants.
                                   Partner 4 ­

                                   Partner 5 ­

                                   Others
                                Number of Full time Partners ­

                                Number of Employee Chartered
                                Accountant ­




Address of office in Mumbai,                                     ICAI Firm Constitution
Maharashtra ­                                                    Certificate




Must not be debarred/                                            A self - certificate to be attached
blacklisted by any state /                                       in the enclosed format
Central government or World
Bank or International
Financial Institution
Deceleration as to not guilty                                    A self - certificate to be attached
of any professional and/or                                       in the enclosed format
other misconduct under the
provisions of the Chartered
Accountants Act, 1949
II.     Assignment Specific Qualifications and Experience

Your EOI shall demonstrate technical competence and geographical experience based on project
references.


A.      Management Competence (Please answer each question in one paragraph)

A.1 ­ Do your Firm has clearly defined quality management policies & procedures




A.2 ­ How will you address all components mentioned in the Scope of Work?




A.3 ­ What is your Audit plan and Sampling plan ­ Methods for designing and selection of audit sample,
performing procedures and evaluation of sample results and preparation of internal audit plan?




A.4 ­ Is your Methodology outlined is as per Standards of Internal Audit issued by ICAI, New Delhi?




A.5 Do the implementation of the main activities/tasks of the assignment is realistic and implementable,
their content and duration, phasing and interrelations, milestones (including interim approvals by the
Client) clearly laid out?
A.6 What is the Tentative delivery dates of the reports. Is the proposed work plan consistent with the
technical approach and methodology?




A.7 Give details of Organization and Staffing - The structure and composition of team, including the list
of the Key Experts, Non-Key Experts and relevant technical and administrative support staff is detailed?




B.      Technical Competence

Highlight the technical qualifications of your entity/consortium in undertaking similar assignments.

Provide details of past experience working with similar project authorities.

B1 - Firm's specialisation in Internal Audit/ Concurrent Audit of Government & externally
aided projects (Number of projects)

B1a- Give details as to Expertise & experience in Internal Audit/Concurrent audit of externally aided
project




B1b - Give details as to Expertise & experience in Internal Audit/Concurrent audit of government
projects/PSU
B1c - Give details as to Expertise & experience in Internal Audit/Concurrent audit of Infrastructure project
in government sector



Give details as to Firm's specialization in Procurement Audit of Government & externally aided
projects (Number of projects).

B2a - Expertise & experience in all spheres of procurement Audit of externally aided projects




B2b - Expertise & experience in all spheres of Procurement Audit of government project




B2c - Expertise & experience in all spheres of Procurement Audit of Infrastructure projects




B3d ­ Give details as to other experiences-




C.      Geographical Experience

Cross-referencing the selected from your profile projects, present experience in similar geographic areas.

(Experience in Maharashtra to be highlighted)




D.      Other Information



E.      Project References
Please select most relevant projects to demonstrate the firm's technical qualifications and geographical
experience.

        Period                 Client                 Project                 Country             Firm




III.    Comments on Terms of Reference




VI.     Key Considerations in approaching this assignment




VII.    Key Experts

List experts that you propose to deploy for this assignment, attach their CVs to EOI attachment.
Highlighting Qualification, Experience in handling internal audit assignments, Experience in procurement
audit assignments and Regional Experience.

        Name               Email            Consultant Status                       Firm




VIII.   EOI Attachments (Please put all the documents in sequence)

        Title              Type           Description           Category        Page Number
IX.     Eligibility Declaration


We, the undersigned, certify to the best of our knowledge and belief:


        We have read the advertisement, including the terms of reference (TOR), for this assignment.

        Neither the consulting firm nor its associate or any of its experts prepared the TOR for this
        activity.

        We confirm that the project references submitted as part of this EOI accurately reflect the
        experience of the specified firm/ consortium.

        We further confirm that, if any of our experts is engaged to prepare the TOR for any ensuing
        assignment resulting from our work product under this assignment, our firm and the expert(s) will
        be disqualified from short-listing and participation in the assignment.

        All consulting entities and experts proposed in this EOI are eligible to participate in World Bank, -
        supported and ­administered activities.

        The lead entity and associates are NOT currently sanctioned by any International Financial
        Institutions (IFIs). Neither the consulting firm nor the associates has ever been convicted of an
        integrity-related offense or crime related to theft, corruption, fraud, collusion or coercion.

        We understand that it is our obligation to notify World Bank should any member of the consortium
        become ineligible to work with World Bank or other MDB or be convicted of an integrity-related
        offense or crime as described above.

        Associate/s, including all proposed consultants named in this EOI, have confirmed their interest in
        this activity in writing.






        Associate/s, including all proposed consultants named in this EOI, have confirmed their eligibility
        to participate in this activity in writing.

        Associate/s, including all proposed consultants named in this EOI, have authorized us in writing
        to represent them in expressing interest in this activity.

        None of the proposed consortium are subsidiaries of and/or dependent on the Executing or the
        Implementing Agency or individuals related to them.

        We understand that any misrepresentations that knowingly or recklessly mislead, or attempt to
        mislead may lead to the automatic rejection of the proposal or cancellation of the contract, if
awarded, and may result in further remedial action, in accordance with World Bank's Policy.




Seal & Signature of the authorized Representative with Dates
Name of the Firm
                                  Terms of Reference
                             Project Internal Audit Services
          National Cyclone Risk Mitigation Project- II- Maharashtra Component

1. Introduction
   1.1. Project Background
        The Government of India has initiated the National Cyclone Risk Mitigation Project
        (NCRMP) with a view to address cyclone risks in the country. The overall objective of
        the Project is to undertake suitable structural and non-structural measures to mitigate
        the effects of cyclones and other hydro meteorological hazards in the coastal
        States/UTs of India.
        The National Cyclone Risk Mitigation Project (NCRMP) is pioneer project drawn up by
        Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) Government of India (GOI) to be implemented in 13
        cyclone prone coastal states/UTs with World Bank assistance. In Maharashtra, the
        project will be implemented in Coastal Districts i.e. Thane, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg,
        Raigad, Mumbai Suburban. The focus of the Program is to reduce vulnerability to
        cyclone and other hydro-meteorological hazards through construction of Multipurpose
        Cyclone Shelters (MPCS), Strengthening of Saline Embankment and Underground
        Cabling works.
        The Project Development Objective (PDO) is to reduce vulnerability to cyclone and
        other hydro-meteorological hazards of coastal communities in project states, and
        increase the capacity of the state entities to effectively plan for and respond to disasters.
       The key objectives of the Project are as follows:
        Reduction in cyclone vulnerability of coastal states, through creation of appropriate
           infrastructure which can help mitigate the adverse impacts of cyclone
        Strengthening of cyclone warning systems enabling quick dissemination of warnings
           and advisories from source/district/sub-district level to the community and vice
           versa for their timely reception and adequate response.

    1.2. Project Components
         The project has the following four components :
         Component A: Early Warning Dissemination Systems (EWDS)
         The installation of an EWDS based on Satellite, Radio, Internet and Global System
         for Mobile Communication (GSMC) based technologies, including strengthening State
         Emergency Operation Centres (SEOCs) to send the warning through different
         communication channels directly to the village level. Providing satellite
         phones/alternative technology to key officials to fail proof the EWDS and also expand
         a new radio based wireless communication technology in selected blocks in each state;

         Component B: Cyclone Risk Mitigation Infrastructure
         This component is to increase the preparedness and reduce the vulnerability of coastal
         communities through strategic infrastructure investments, i.e., improving their
         capacity/access to emergency shelter. The portfolio of risk mitigation infrastructure
         under this component includes a broad range of investment such as Multipurpose
         Cyclone Shelters, Underground Electric cabling, strengthening of saline embankments
         in the state.

         Component C: Technical Assistance for Multi-Hazard Risk Management
         This component will improve the quality of available information on multi-hazard risks
         for decision making, and strengthen multi-hazard risk management at a national level.
         The PMU-NDMA will be the nodal agency for this component. The components will
         be included the activities such as Coastal Multi-Hazard Risk Modelling and Assessment,
         Strengthening Emergency Recovery Capacity, Enhancing the Capacity for Disaster Risk
         Management and Response in Non-Coastal States, Hydro-Meteorological Resilience
        Action Plans, Design of a National Seismic Risk M Hydro-Meteorological Resilience
        Action Plans
        Component D: Project Management and Implementation Support
        This component will support the incremental operating costs of the Project
        Management Unit (PMU) and the State PIUs

   1.3. Proposed Implementation/ Funds Flow Arrangements:
        The NCRMP shall be coordinated by a central Project Management Unit (PMU) set up
        at NDMA. Department of Relief and Rehabilitation, Government of Maharashtra is the
        State Project Implementation Unit (SPIU). The SPIU will coordinate with NDMA,
        World Bank and other external agencies involved. The Department of Relief and
        Rehabilitation, Government of Maharashtra will coordinate with the line agencies, i.e.,
        PWD (coastal engineer), Saline Embankment (Superintendent Engineer), MSEDCL
        (Chief Engineer) of the State Government which will be implement civil works under
        the Project. Rest works under the project will be implemented by the Department of
        Relief and Rehabilitation, Government of Maharashtra. The external aid disbursed by
        the World Bank will be first received by the Central Government. Expenditure under
        the project will either be made centrally at the SPIU through Treasury System and / or
        through Separate Bank Account opened exclusively for this purpose. SPIU making
        payments will maintain regular books of account and records as per the prescribed
        procedures.


2. Objective of the Internal Audit
     The objective of the internal audit is to determine whether the Project management
       arrangements including procurement, financial management, and physical progress
       monitoring and internal control mechanisms are working effectively. The auditor shall
       also identify areas for improvement and enhancing efficiency.
     This should include aspects such as adequacy and effectiveness of accounting, financial,
       procurement related and other operational controls, and any needs for revision; level of
       compliance with established policies, plans and procedures; reliability of accounting
       systems, data and financial reports; methods of remedying weak controls or creating
       them where there are none; verification of assets and liabilities; and integrity, controls,
       security and effectiveness of the operation of the computerized system.
     The internal auditor shall provide the SPIU with timely information and
       recommendations on the financial management, procurement,
       project management and physical progress aspects of the Project to enable the
       management to take corrective measures, wherever necessary.


3. Scope of Audit Services, Tasks and expected Deliverables.

3.1 Scope of Audit Services

         The audit will be carried out in accordance with applicable professional standards & will
         include such tests & controls, as auditors are considered necessary under the
         circumstances. In conducting the audit special attention should be paid to the
         following:

       A. Procurement
        Whether goods, works and services are being procured following the procurement
        procedures defined for the Project (Project Guidelines and the guidelines internal to
        SPIU)
    Whether goods, works and services are being procured in accordance with the
    procurement plan and sanctioned budgets
    Whether time schedule for procurement of goods, works and services is in line with
    the Project Procurement Plan
    Whether required documentation for procurement activity and contract management
    is being maintained for all purchases made.
    Whether capacities for procurement as indicated in the operations manual have been
    created
   B. Financial Management
    Whether books of accounts are being maintained in the manner and formats defined
     by the Financial Management Manual of the Project
    Whether the financial transactions are being accurately and completely recorded
    Whether utilization certificates and FMRs submitted are prepared in time and reflect
     the correct status of utilization of funds as recorded in the books of accounts of the
     Project
    Whether the fund management is being done in compliance with Financial
     management guidelines of the Project.
    Whether funds have been used with due regard to economy, efficiency and for the
     purposes they were provided.
    Whether release of money is adequately supported.
    Special emphasis may be laid on items like:
      Timely and accurate preparation of Bank Reconciliation Statements
      Maintenance of separate accounts for NCRMP
      Timely and accurate preparation of financial reporting statements
      Surplus funds lying unutilized for long
      Financial records and registers being maintained
      Disbursement of funds to the third parties
    Understand the process of tagging and maintenance of assets acquired under the
     Project.
    The auditors may perform physical verification of assets (if considered necessary)
    Whether capacities for financial management as indicated in the operations manual
     have been created
    Physical and Financial Outlay of NCRMP II Maharashtra to be audited is attached as
     annexure 1

 C. Project Management
 Whether the physical progress tracking mechanism defined for the Project has
 been operationalized.
 Whether physical progress reports being submitted have been reviewed for
 their correctness and authenticity before submission
 Whether physical progress reports are being submitted as per the timelines
 and formats defined by the Project tracking framework.
 D. Other Institutional aspects
 Whether appropriate internal controls as specified by the Financial Management Manual,
 Operations Manual, Procurement Manual and other relevant notifications, if any, are
 operating satisfactorily. The auditor should suggest methods for improving weak controls
 or creating them where need be.
 Verifying compliance with recommendations of the earlier audit reports and commenting
 thereon
 Deviations (if any) from Project guidelines have been reported to the SPIU in time and
 requisite approvals obtained
       Any other issues that the Project Internal Auditor considers as important for management
       attention.

4. Reporting and Audit Opinion
   The internal auditor should review and assess the analysis drawn from the internal audit
   evidence obtained as the basis for his conclusion on the efficiency and effectiveness of
   systems, processes and controls. Each report shall have the following sections:
    Introduction- Objective, scope, nature and coverage of the audit including period
       covered, locations reviewed, work carried out, staff involved, level of coverage of all
       listed aspects
    The internal auditor's opinion as to the overall adequacy of the systems of internal
       control,
    Key findings; separately for Financial Management, Procurement, Project Management
       and Others.
    Detailed internal audit findings, with adequate descriptions of weaknesses identified and
       the associated risk. This section will be supported with details, tables, annexure.
    Recommendations; separately for Procurement, Financial Management, Project
       Management & Institutional Aspects and Others.
    Responses to findings and recommendations by authorized persons stating the timeline
       for remediation and the person responsible
    Progress on earlier set of recommendations and constraints faced.
    An Executive Summary highlighting the critical issues preferably classified as per
       thematic area. The report should be discussed and agreed with the auditable units and
       should be structured to list the observations, the implications of the observations, the
       suggested recommendation and the management comments/agreed actions. The audit
       observations should be supported by instances and quantified, as far as practicable.
       Copies of all internal audit reports shall be made available to the external auditors.

5. Timeline for Audit and Period of Contract

The auditor will commence the audit immediately after appointment and complete the audit as
per the reporting requirements and time schedule for deliverable. The semi-annual internal audit
report will be addressed to the Project Director at the SPIU and the copies will be provided to
the NDMA.
The audit will be done as follows­


    1st internal audit report April 17 to Sep 17
    2nd internal audit report Oct 17 to March 18
    3rd internal audit report April 18 to Sep 18
    4th internal audit report Oct 18 to March 19
    Component B - Audit to be done at SPIU office and site visits as requried. Number of sites to be covered
    would be decided by SPIU based on award of contract for each package
    Multipurpose Cyclone Shelters(MPCS)
    1st MPCS internal audit report April 18 to Sep 18
     nd
    2 MPCS internal audit report Oct 18 to March 19
    Underground electrical Cabling (UGC)
    1st UGC internal audit report April 18 to Sep 18
    2nd UGC internal audit report Oct 18 to March 19
    Saline Embankment
    1st Saline Embankment internal audit report April 18 to Sep 18
    2nd Saline Embankment internal audit report Oct 18 to March 19
       The scope of the initial contract under this assignment will cover a period of 2 audit years till
       31st March 2019. Subject to satisfactory performance of the auditor and subject to additional
       funds being available under the project, the contract may be considered for extension till
       project closure on 31 March 2020.

    6. Composition of Review Committee to Monitor Internal Auditor's Works
       The following officers will be on the committee to monitor Internal Auditor's Report:
       1. Secretary, Relief and Rehabilitation, Government of Maharashtra
       2. Chief Engineer from respective Implementing Agencies
       3. Executive Director, MSEDCL Underground Cabling
       4. Project Director/Project Manager, NCRMP-II
       5. Any other

       The Committee will review the audit report and send the action taken report to the funding
       agency.

    7. Support/Inputs to be provided by the SPIU

       The internal auditor will be given access to all legal documents (Financing Agreement,
       Project Appraisal Document), Project Procurement Plan, and any other unclassified
       information associated with the Project and deemed necessary by the auditor. It is extremely
       important that the auditors become familiar with the Project Guidelines on Disbursements
       and Procurements. All these documents will be provided to the auditor by the SPIU/PMU.






    8. Qualification and Team Composition
       The Internal Auditor team must have considerable experience and expertise in conducting audits
       particularly on infrastructure development projects. The Consultants should also have
       experience in the process and audit practices of World Bank assisted projects. The list of
       professional required are given in the table below, only CV's and experience of key experts will
       be evaluated for selection purpose:

Key Experts

S.no     Profes    Description of Services                                             Estimated Man
                                                           Experience
  .      sionals      to be provided                                                        Days

1        Partne    Overall coordination, &    Qualified Chartered Accountant with at 26
         r/        planning, team             least 15 years' experience as a partner
         Team      leadership, reporting,     with expertise in internal audit
         Leader    liaison with client        procurement audit, auditing in PSU,
                                              government and infrastructure sector,
                                              audit    planning,    execution     and
                                              reporting. Experience of procurement /
                                              procurement audit of externally aided
                                              fund is desirable.



2        Audit     Responsibility to lead     Qualified Chartered Accountants with 26
         Manag     the audit teams in the     at least 6-7 years' experience in
         er 1      field, planning and        internal   audit,auditing  in   PSU,
                   execution of the audits,   government and infrastructure sector
                   discussion with heads      with ability to lead a team and interact
                   of offices at district /   with senior level government officials.
                   state units and            Experience       of    procurement     /
                   reporting writing and      procurement audit of externally aided
                   finalization.              fund is desirable.

3        Audit     Responsibility to lead     Qualified Chartered Accountants with 18
         Manag     the audit teams in the     at least 6-7 years' experience in
         er 2      field, planning and        internal audit, auditing in PSU,
                   execution of the audits,   government and infrastructure sector
                   discussion with heads      with ability to lead a team and interact
                   of offices at district /   with senior level government officials.
                   state units and
                   reporting writing and      Experience      of Procurement      /
                                              procurement audit of externally aided
                   finalization.
                                              fund is desirable.

4        Audit     Responsibility to lead     Qualified Chartered Accountants with 15
         Manag     the audit teams in the     at least 6-7 years' experience in
         er 3      field, planning and        internal audit auditing in PSU,
                   execution of the audits,   government and infrastructure sector
                   discussion with heads      with ability to lead a team and interact
                   of offices at district /   with senior level government officials.
                   state units and
                                              Experience      of procurement      /
                   reporting writing and
                                              procurement audit of externally aided
                   finalization.
                                              fund is desirable.

Non Key Expert

5        Audit     Supporting in execution    Semi Qualified Chartered Accountant ( 146
         Assista   of the audit as per the    CA Inter/CA Final) with at least three
         nt        audit plan.                years of experience in auditing.


    9. Frequency and Time Lines for conducting the internal audit
       At the beginning of each year, an assessment would be made by SPIU of the work being
       executed based on the Procurement plan. Based on this assessment, SPIU will prepare a
       draft internal audit calendar detailing the scope, coverage and frequency of review. This audit
       calendar would be reviewed by the Project Director of the PIU and forwarded to the Project
       Director, PMU for inputs (if any). Based on the inputs provided, the internal audit coverage
       would be finalised for the PIU and the PMU for the year.
       The guidelines for finalizing the internal audit coverage are as follows:
       - The audit should cover at least 50% of the expenditure incurred by the SPIU during the
       year.
       - The audit coverage should be decided considering the need for follow up audits at locations
       where significant observations have been reported previously.
       - The audit calendar to also include certain works/line departments where there is significant
       delay in utilization of funds released.

    10. Reporting Requirements and Time Schedule for Deliverables
    A. Deliverables

             a.   Component A, C and D - Audit to be done at SPIU office, Relief and Rehabilitation
                  Department, Mantralaya Mumbai (Maharashtra)

    Reporting requirement against                 Period to be covered       Timeline for submission of
    deliverables                                  under audit                report
    1st Internal Audit report                     1st April 2017 to 30th
                                                  September 2017
    Draft report for discussion with SPIU                                    Within 45 days from date of
                                                                             appointment
    Final report - discussed and agreed with                                 Within 60 days from date of
    the auditable unit                                                       appointment
     nd
    2 Internal Audit report                       1st October 2017 to
                                                  31st March 2018
    Draft report for discussion with SPIU                                    Within 60 days from date of
                                                                             appointment
    Final report - discussed and agreed with                                 Within 75 days from date of
    the auditable unit                                                       appointment
    3rd Internal Audit report                     1st April 2018 to 30th
                                                  September 2018
    Draft report for discussion with SPIU                                    Within 30th October 2018
    Final report - discussed and agreed with                                 Within 15th November 2018
    the auditable unit
                                                     st
    4th Internal Audit report                     1 October 2018 to
                                                    st
                                                  31 March 2019
      Draft report for discussion with SPIU                                  Within 30th April 2019
      Final report - discussed and agreed with                               Within 15th May 2019
      the auditable unit
All report to be submitted in original in 2 copies along with soft copy. 1 copy for SPIU and 1 copy for NDMA.

             b.   Component B - Audit to be done at SPIU office and site visit as required. Number of sites to
                  be covered would be decided by SPIU based on award of contract for each package

 Reporting            Activity              Total         Implementing     Number of      Time line
 requirement                                No. of        agency           sites to be
 against                                    area/S                         audited
 deliverables                               ites                           each half
                                                                           year
 2 Half yearly        a. Multipurpose       13         Public Works        Number of          Draft report for
 audit reports in     Cyclone                          Department ­         sites to be       discussion with
 Financial Year       Shelters(MPCS)                   Harbor Division       covered      Implementing agency
 2018-19 for sites    b. Underground         3         Maharashtra             would       -within 30 days from
                      electrical Cabling               State Electricity   decided by        close of Half year
                      (UGC)                            Distribution        SPIU based
                                                       Corporation Ltd      on award          Final report -
                     c. Renovation of        8         Kharland            of contract    discussed and agreed
                     Saline                            Development           for each            with the
                     Embankments                       Corporation,          package      Implementing agency
                     (SE)                              Water                               within 45 days from
                                                       Resources                            close of half year
                                                       Department
All report to be submitted in original in 3 copies along with soft copy.

1 copy for SPIU, 1 copy for Implementing agency and 1 copy for NDMA
Annexure 1 - Physical and Financial Outlay of NCRMP II Maharashtra
Project Component                No. / Area of         Implementing Agency                 Total Cost
                                 sites                                                    (INR crore)
Component A - Early Warning Dissemination System                                             26.60
Component B - Cyclone Risk Mitigation Infrastructure                                        339.00
a. Multipurpose Cyclone          13                    Public Works Department ­             39.00
Shelters(MPCS)                                         Harbor Division
b. Underground electrical        3                     Maharashtra State Electricity        200.00
Cabling (UGC)                                          Distribution Corporation Ltd
c. Renovation of Saline          8                     Kharland Development                 100.00
Embankments (SE)                                       Corporation, Water Resources
                                                       Department
Component D - Project Implementation Support                                                 32.35
TOTAL                                                                                       397.95
Component C - Technical Assistance for Multi-Hazard Risk Management                    Direct funding by
                                                                                       GoI based on the
                                                                                       Training Plan and
                                                                                         Budget outlay
                                                                                       proposed by State
                                                                                         Governments

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