Compliance Performance
Haryana

Report No. 2 of 2015 - Compliance and Performance Audit on Social, General and Economic Sectors (Non Public Sector Undertakings) of Government of Haryana

Date on which Report Tabled:
Wed 25 Mar, 2015
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

This Report contains three Performance Audits i.e. (i) Working of Secondary Education Department; (ii) National Rural Health Mission; and (iii) Development of Urban Estates and 23 paragraphs relating to excess, irregular, unfruitful expenditure, avoidable payment, loss to State Government, shortcomings in implementation of rules and programmes, etc; involving Rs. 1036.62 crore. Some major findings are mentioned below:

The total expenditure of the State increased by 49 per cent from Rs. 31,305 crore to Rs. 46,598 crore during 2009-14, the revenue expenditure of the State Government increased by 66 per cent from Rs. 25,257 crore in 2009-10 to Rs. 41,887 crore 2013-14        
while capital expenditure decreased by 25 per cent from Rs. 5,218 crore to Rs. 3,935 crore during the period 2009-14.

A performance audit of Working of Secondary Education Departmentwas conducted. Some major findings are given below:
There were substantial savings ranging between Rs. 56.23 crore and Rs. 542.51 crore under Plan and between Rs. 67.50 crore and Rs. 606.40 crore under Non-Plan during 2009-14. Funds amounting to Rs. 8.87 crore were parked outside the Government Account.

Undue favour was extended to the service provider of maintenance of information and communication technology laboratories by making extra payment of Rs. 1.06 crore in violation of contract agreement. The functioning of ICT laboratories established by a service provider was rated as poor by 102 out of 123 schools from whom feedback was obtained.

Vouchers in support of expenditure of Rs. 39.75 lakh as having been incurred were not available with District Education Officer, Kaithal and non-receipt of material for Rs. 4.99 lakh by DEO, Nuh which may amount to misappropriation/embezzlement of Government money.

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