State Urban Development Agency
The Eight Plan Policy guideline envisaged integrated approach for alleviation Urban Poverty and servicing the urban poor with basic facilities so that quality of life improves. Keeping in view the strategy of the 8th Plan, and the revised guidelines communicated by Government of India in Ministry of Urban Development, the State Government constituted State Urban Development Agency vide Resolution No. 47588/HUD, dt. 20.12.1990 with the following objectives:
To restructure and strengthen the benefit delivery system through effective design of schemes bringing about structural changes in the existing organizational set up integrating the process of planning, implementation and evaluation.
To have one coordinating agency as State Level to monitor, supervise and evaluate the performance of the schemes implementation by the Urban Local Bodies, apart from resolving constraints and conflicts experienced by the executing agencies at various levels.
To emphasize planning from "the bottom up" instead of "from top down" and involved people in the process of planning, implementation and evaluation.
To enable the urban poor to have maximum access to the benefits offered through Urban Poverty Alleviation Schemes.
To train Municipal and other field level functionaries in the approach and methods of community Management.
To coverage the resources of the Urban Poverty Alleviation Schemes with resources available under schemes of other Government Departments and to provide an integrated package of physical and social amenities/ Services to the urban poor.
To act as Nodal Agency in the State to Co-ordinate the Employment, training and skill up gradation activities.
Collection of Utilization Certificate.
The State Urban Development Agency was registered under the Societies Registration Act. 1860, in the Governing Body of SUDA consists of following members at present.