Compliance Performance
Haryana

Report of 2009 - Performance Audit on Civil of Government of Haryana

Date on which Report Tabled:
Tue 16 Mar, 2010
Date of sending the report to Government
Government Type
State
Sector Finance,Transport & Infrastructure,Industry and Commerce,Science and Technology,Environment and Sustainable Development,Art, Culture and Sports,Agriculture and Rural Development,Social Welfare,Education, Health & Family Welfare,Social Infrastructure,General Sector Ministries and Constitutional Bodies,Local Bodies

Overview

The Report includes three Chapters containing five reviews and 18 paragraphs. Chapter 1 deals with the findings of performance audit in various departments while Chapter II deals with the findings of audit of transactions in the various departments including Autonomous Bodies and departmentally run commercial undertakings. Chapter III deals with the comments on internal control mechanism  existing in selected department in the State.

The audit has been conducted in accordance with the internationally accepted Auditing Standards prescribed for the Indian Audit and Accounts Department. Audit samples have been drawn based on statistical sampling methods as well as on judgement basis. Audit conclusions have been drawn and recommendations made taking into consideration the views of the organisations.
A summary of audit findings is given below:

The National Rural Health Mission was launched in April 2005 with the main objective to bring about improvement in health status of the people, who live in rural areas. Performance audit of the Mission activities brought out deficiencies in completion of household and facility survey, non-preparation of perspective and annual plans and lack of planning as well as monitoring. Against the targets of construction of nine Community Health Centres (CHC), 79 Primary Health Centres (PHC) and 44 Sub Centres, no health centre was constructed during 2005-09. The services at CHCs and PHCs suffered for want of doctors, para-medical staff and other basic medical facilities. A large number of pregnant women did not show up for antenatal check ups. While there was shortfall of 17per cent in targets of sterlisation, the shortfall in Vitamin A solution administration ranged between 17 and 67 per cent. Against detection of 36,487 cases of refractive errors, only 6,937 students were provided free spectacles in test checked districts. Annual Parasitic Incidence was higher than the stipulated rate of 0.5 per thousand.The achievement of targets, set for 2010 for infant mortality rate, maternal mortality rate, total fertility rate, sex ratio, etc. were far from satisfactory.

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