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State Urban Development Agency (SUDA)
State Urban Development Agency was set up in 1991 with a view to ensuring proper implementation and monitoring of the centrally assisted programmes for generating employment opportunities and alleviation of poverty throughout the State. SUDA is a Society registered under the West Bengal Societies Registration Act, 1961.
Functions of SUDA
  • monitoring and implementation of the state urban poverty programme and policy within the overall state urban strategy;
  • to provide technical support to districts / towns to achieve convergence targets and participatory systems;
  • to formulate, coordinate and monitor the state training plan ;
  • to mobilise resources and determine allocations of poverty alleviation programme based on the need and performance;
  • to guide and supervise the programme implementation through visits to the projects; and
  • report the programme status monthly, or as per requirement from time to  time to the Department of UEPA, Government of India;
  • to act as a nodal agency for accessing loans from financial institutions with approval of the State Government;
  • to act as a fund flow agency for various development programmes of the State Government;
  • to monitor the progress of VAMBAY scheme;
  • to supervise and coordinate with District Urban Development Agency (DUDA)
  • to act as a major support agency of KUSP.
  • To act as State Level Nodal Agency for UISSMT & HSDP under JNNURM
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