Before 59th NEC Plenary, 28.9.2010

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Presentation on
NER VISION 2020
FOR TELECOM
Before 59th NEC Plenary, 28.9.2010
State wise Future Plan with
Monitorable Targets
By-AJAY BHATTACHARYA, ADMINISTRATOR , USOF
Future Telecom Plan For Assam
S. No
Parameters
Unit
Total
Status as
Achiv.up
on 30th
Target up to
Future Targets
to JuneSeptember, June 2010
Dec.10 June, 11 Dec.11 June, 12 Dec.,12
2010
2009
1
Total Conn.
Lakhs
_
73.5
90.04
99.20*
105.14
118.24
130.34
140.44
157.54
2
Teledensity
%
_
24.47
30.18
32.72 *
33.72
38.26
42.88
47.34
54.88
3
Area Coverage Sq Km
78436
40000
35543
43000
46000
53000
61000
70000
4
Vill. Covered
19009.00
23998
20182
21035
22000
23000
24000
5
Pop. covered
213
206.50
217
221
226
232
240
6
-
-
-
Nos
25124
Lakhs
266.55
35288
17070
206
VPTs
Nos
_
23687
23863
23998
24023
25124
7
Brodband con.
Nos
_
37329
54667
43009
71667
87667
8
OFC
Rkms
_
5416.74
5616.74
9
DHQ
Nos
26
26
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
10
BHQ
Nos
223
216
220
216
223
-
-
-
-
11
Nat. Highways
Kms
2816
2545
2600
2545
2700
2816
12
State
Highways
Kms
2102
1650
1593
1750
1850
* Provisional
1593
107667 127667 149300
5429.49 5886.74 6166.74 6516.74 7016.74 7516.74
2102
Future Telecom Plan for Meghalaya
S. No
Parameters
Unit
Total
Status as on Target up Achiv.up
30th Sept., to June to June2009
2010
2010
Future targets
Dec.10 June, 11 Dec.11 June, 12 Dec.,12
1
Total Conn.
Lakhs
_
10.09
11.1
13.03*
12.5
14.1
15.9
17.1
18.7
2
Teledensity
%
_
39.16
44.5
50.13*
49.9
56.1
61.2
67.3
75.16
3
Area Coverage
Sq Km
22429
8300
7409
4
Vill. Covered
Nos
5782
700.00
509
5
Pop. covered
Lakhs
23.19
7017
392
8.04
9.98
8.47
9500 11000 13000 16000 20000
1700 3500 4000 4600 5400
10.98 13.13 15.63
18
21.5
6
VPTs
Nos
_
3084
4706
3445
5306
5782
7
Brodband con.
Nos
_
4092
6491
4943
8491
10491 12491 14400 16800
8
OFC
Rkms
_
735.23
823.17
705.23
865.2
915.2
965.2
1023
1095
9
DHQ
Nos
7
7
_
-
10
BHQ
Nos
39
29
39
32
-
-
-
-
-
11
Nat. Highways
Kms
810
236
810
246
600
810
-
*Provisional
-
-
-
Future Telecom Plan For Mizoram
S. No
Parameters
Unit
Total
Status as
on 30th
Sept.,
2009
Target
up to
June,
2010
Achiv.
up to
June2010
FUTURE TARGETS
Dec.10 June, 11 Dec.11 June, 12 Dec.,12
1
Total Conn.
Lakhs
_
4.49
5.39
5.44*
5.89
6.39
6.89
7.39
7.89
2
Teledensity
%
_
45.53
53.54
54.66*
59.2
64.3
69.23
74.54
79.12
3
Area Coverage
Sq Km
21087
5400
4093
6500
8000
11000
14500
19000
4
Vill. Covered
Nos
707
250.00
125
400
600
650
707
-
5
Pop. covered
Lakhs
8.91
3953
120
4.36
5.5
4.41
6.5
7
7.5
8
8.91
6
VPTs
Nos
_
692
707
704
-
-
-
-
-
7
Brodband con.
Nos
_
2504
3774
3319
5274
7274
9774
11774
14000
8
OFC
Rkms
_
502.59
625.19
578.59
700.19 775.19 850.19 925.19
1000
9
DHQ
Nos
8
8
_
-
-
-
-
-
-
10
BHQ
Nos
22
17
22
19
-
-
-
-
-
11
Nat. Highways
Kms
927
224
450
234
690
927
12
State Highways
Kms
440
150
200
170
250
315
*Provisional
440
Future Telecom Plan For Tripura
S. No
Parameters
Unit
Total
Status
as on
30th
Sept.,
2009
Target
upto
June
2010
Achiv.up
to June2010
FUTURE TARGETS
Dec.10 June, 11 Dec.11 June, 12 Dec.,12
1
Total Conn.
Lakhs
_
8.31
10.02
10.65*
12.16
14.3
16.44
18.98
22.12
2
Teledensity
%
_
23.39
28.44
29.69*
32.45
37.5
41.6
47
53.44
3
Area Coverage
Sq Km
10492
8400
7644
4
Vill. Covered
Nos
858
400.00
228
5
Pop. covered
Lakhs
31.92
6756
176
8.38
11
10.69
9000
600
14
9500
800
18
6
VPTs
Nos
_
804
858
858
-
-
7
Brodband con.
Nos
_
4973
6795
5767
8795
11295 14295 17295 20295
8
OFC
Rkms
_
1097.7
1179.72
1205.85
1255
1330
1405
1480
1555
9
DHQ
Nos
4
4
_
-
-
-
-
-
-
10
BHQ
Nos
40
40
_
-
-
-
-
-
-
11
Nat. Highways
Kms
400
200
255
213
315
-
400
-
*Provisional
10000 10492
858
26
22
-
-
30
-
Future Telecom Plan For Arunachal Pradesh
S. No
Parameters
Unit
Total
Status as
Achiv.up
on 30th
Target upto
to JuneSeptember, June 2010
2010
2009
FUTURE TARGETS
Dec.10 June, 11 Dec.11 June, 12 Dec.,12
1
Total Conn.
Lakhs
_
3.52
3.76
4.58*
4.01
4.44
5.07
5.72
6.25
2
Teledensity
%
_
28.87
30.87
37.20*
32.95
36.5
41.6
47
55.69
3
Area Coverage
Sq Km
83743
8000
6852
4
Vill. Covered
Nos
3863
902.00
1679
5
Pop. covered
Lakhs
11.00
4920
577
4.23
5.12
4.55
6
VPTs
Nos
_
1440
2171
1679
2971
3863
-
-
-
7
Brodband con.
Nos
_
3102
4000
3964
5000
6500
8000
9900
12200
8
OFC
Rkms
_
1554.85
1650.15
1755.73
1750
1850
1950
2050
2150
9
DHQ
Nos
16
16
_
16
-
-
-
-
-
10
BHQ
Nos
84
46
55
57
84
-
-
-
-
11
Nat. Highways
Kms
392
145
217
195
330
392
12
State Highways
Kms
1232
612
525
889
1077
*Provisional
445
15000 19000 24000 35000 50000
1127 1409 2009 2600 3400
5.64
6.2
7.2
8.2
10
1232
Future Telecom Plan For Manipur
S. No
Parameters
Unit
Total
Status as
Target
on 30th
upto June
September,
2010
2009
Achiv.up
to June2010
FUTURE TARGETS
Dec.10 June, 11 Dec.11 June, 12 Dec.,12
1
Total Conn.
Lakhs
_
8.75
9.37
11.73*
10.57
11.58
13.29
15
17
2
Teledensity
%
_
36.32
38.9
48.30*
43.9
48.1
55.2
62.3
70.6
3
Area Coverage
Sq Km
22357
6689
7010
4
Vill. Covered
Nos
2315
1779.00
2081
5
Pop. covered
Lakhs
22.87
4655
1645
8.18
9.91
8.82
8027
1850
10.9
9632 12000 16000 20000
1924 1975 2025 2199
11.99
13
16
20
6
VPTs
Nos
_
1890
2226
2081
2301
2315
-
-
-
7
Brodband con.
Nos
_
2652
3500
3606
4600
5700
6900
8500
10500
8
OFC
Rkms
_
1133.74
1233.74
1141.4
1384
1584
1834
2134
2484
9
DHQ
Nos
9
9
_
9
-
-
-
-
10
BHQ
Nos
34
25
29
25
34
-
-
-
-
11
Nat. Highways
Kms
959
417
580
485
751
959
12
State Highways
Kms
668
310
280
415
516
*Provisional
208
668
Future Telecom Plan For Nagaland
S. No
Parameters
Unit
Total
Status as
on 30th
September,
2009
Target
upto
June
2010
Achiv.up
to June2010
FUTURE TARGETS
Dec.10 June, 11 Dec.11 June, 12 Dec.,12
1
Total Conn.
Lakhs
_
6.11
6.8
8.26*
7.48
8.3
9.43
10.61
12.48
2
Teledensity
%
_
27.64
30.77
37.06*
33.85
37.6
42.7
48.01
56.49
3
Area Coverage
Sq Km
16529
7625
6754
4
Vill. Covered
Nos
1278
869.00
1261
5
Pop. covered
Lakhs
19.89
5570
788
9.44
11.43
11.82
6
VPTs
Nos
_
1211
1278
1261
-
-
--
7
Brodband con.
Nos
_
3114
4000
4647
4600
6300
8300
10100 12000
8
OFC
Rkms
_
1910.75
2179
1911.00
2379
2579
2779
2979
3179
9
DHQ
Nos
11
11
_
11
-
-
-
-
-
10
BHQ
Nos
52
35
42
36
52
-
-
-
-
11
Nat. Highways
Kms
494
460
465
465
473
485
-
12
State Highways
Kms
1094
745
735
797
912
1094
*Provisional
696
8921 10438 11500 12500 15000
912
958
1020 1115 1125
12.58 13.84 15.25 17.5
19
-
-
Future Telecom Plan For Sikkim
S. No
Parameters
Unit
Total
Status as on
Target
Achiv.up
30th
upto June to JuneSeptember,
2010
2010
2009
FUTURE TARGETS
Dec.10 June, 11 Dec.11 June, 12
1
Total Conn.
Lakhs
_
1.25
1.36
2.34*
1.55
1.83
2.2
2.82
2
Teledensity
%
_
20.81
22.77
38.55*
25.85
30.6
36.7
47.01
3
Area Coverage
Sq Km
7096
2055
2400
3900
2900
3500
4200
5000
4
Vill. Covered
Nos
450
276
315.00
410
340
350
370
400
5
Pop. covered
Lakhs
5.40
2.3
2.41
4.25
2.56
2.66
3.25
4
6
VPTs
Nos
_
384
450
447
-
-
--
-
7
Brodband con.
Nos
_
2293
3500
3353
4400
5400
6500
7700
8
OFC
Rkms
_
728.64
803.35
774.85
9
DHQ
Nos
4
4
4
covered
-
-
--
-
10
BHQ
Nos
26
26
-
-
-
-
-
-
11
Nat. Highways
Kms
92
52
60
60
92
-
-
Kms
165
165
157
-
-
-
12
State Highways
*Provisional
157
855.35 955.35 1005.4 1055.4
Ongoing USO Fund Activities
Provision of VPTs in uncovered villages
• VPT is the first public telephone installed in a village provided on any
technology
• For the VPTs existing as on March 2003, only the OPEX and Revenue
has been taken into account for determining the Net Cost
• Subsidy support for installation of VPTs in the Remaining Uncovered
Villages being provided under two Schemes
– Bharat Nirman
•
Covering villages with Population more than 100 but excluding Villages affected with Naxalite
problem
– New VPTs
•
Covering all left out inhabited villages irrespective of Population or Naxalite criteria
1
0
• Out of the total 40377 inhabited villages in North Eastern Region,
34477 villages have been provided with Village Public Telephones
(VPTs) as on 31.07.2010.
• This includes the VPTs provided under Bharat Nirman Program and
New VPT Agreements signed with BSNL to provide VPTs in all the
remaining uncovered inhabited villages as per Census 2001.
1
1
State Wise VPT Status in Inhibited Villages
Sl. No.
State
VPTs provided
on DSPT under
Bharat Nirman
Programme
1
Assam
26312
25124
24012
0
2
Meghalaya
6027
5782
3466
803
3
Mizoram
817
707
704
43
4
Tripura
870
858
858
0
5
Manipur
2391
2315
2081
314
6
4065
3863
1681
341
7
Arunachal
Pradesh
Nagaland
1317
1278
1261
1
8
Sikkim
452
450
414
0
42251
40377
34477
1502
Total
12
No. of
Total No.
No. of
villages
of Villages inhabited
as per
villages as covered
with
Census per Census
VPTs
2001
2001
First phase of Shared Mobile Infrastructure Scheme :
• A scheme has been launched by USO Fund to provide subsidy support
for setting up and managing infrastructure sites (towers) spread over
various districts of the country including North Eastern states for
provision of mobile services in the specified rural and remote areas,
where there is no existing fixed wireless or mobile coverage.
• The infrastructure so created shall be shared by three service
providers for provision of mobile services.
• Villages/clusters of villages with more than 2000 population are being
covered
• As on 31.07.2010, 459 towers have been set up in NE Region. Mobile
services through these shared towers are also being made operational
in a phased manner. The remaining towers are likely to be set up by
Nov’2010 in case the strike of Transport Operators specifically in
Manipur is called of timely.
1
3
Status of Commissioning of Mobile Towers:
Sl. No.
State
Name of
IP
No. of towers
No. of towers
to be
commissioned as
commissione
on 31.07.2010
d
Remaining
sites
2
Arunachal
Pradesh
Assam
3
Manipur
BSNL
103
46
57
4
Meghalaya
KEC
108
108
0
5
Mizoram
KEC
38
37
1
7
Nagaland
BSNL
59
35
24
6
Sikkim
VESL
6
6
0
8
Tripura
BSNL
116
99
17
585
459
126
1
Total
BSNL
68
43
25
RCIL
87
85
2
1
4
Wire line Broadband Connectivity for Rural areas
• USO Fund has launched a scheme on 20.01.2009 to provide wire-line
broadband connectivity to rural & remote areas by leveraging the existing
rural exchanges infrastructure and copper wire-line network.
• The objective is to make the rural and remote areas broadband enabled by
facilitating the service providers for creating Broadband infrastructure.
• The speed of each of the broadband connections shall be at least 512 Kbps
Always On, with the capability to deliver data, voice and video services in
the fixed mode.
• The rural broadband connectivity will cover institutional users, such as
Common Service Centers (CSCs), being set up by DIT, Gram Panchayats,
Higher Secondary Schools and Public Health Centres, as well as Individual
Users located in the villages.
1
5
BSNL
• BSNL Organization in NE Region consists of
• Assam Telecom Circle:
NE-I Circle comprising of state of Meghalaya, Mizoram & Tripura
NE-II Circle comprising of state of Nagaland, Manipur &
Arunachal Pradesh
• Sikkim which is part of West Bengal Telecom Circle
• Project Circle: North East Task Force (NETF);
• Maintenance Unit for Long Distance Network: Eastern
Telecom Region (ETR)
BSNL’s Targets and Achievements in NE
Region for Last 3 Years
S. No
Details
2007-08
Unit
Target
Achv.
1
Switching Capacity lines5,61,500
Telephone
2 connection
Nos 9,90,015
3 Broadband Capacity ports
2008-09
Target
Achv.
2009-10
Target
Achv.
5,43,911 5,66,036 4,37,396 6,16,254 358278
3,80,616 5,17,300
43,982 6,26,000 419859
0
48,315
33,064
66,900
41,105
29624
Nos
74,000
17,406
45,796
29,399
32,255
22301
5 Internet connections Nos
43,000
1,78,551
13,090
2,950
11,375
82738
Broadband
4 connections
6 VPT
Nos
2,761
-1,575
2,605
1,402
4,877
2313
7 TAX
ccts
17,000
21,000
29,000
6,000
88,000
0
8 OFC
Rkms
1,250
1,366
1,340
2,361
1,395
1224
BSNL’s Physical Performance
Parameter
Net Addition
Unit 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
Net Telephone
Lakhs 95.64
Conn.
Broadband Conn. Lakhs 3.91
76.18
91.52
157.90
10.55
15.25
29.88
Internet Conn.
Lakhs 7.97
2.42
1.65
1.34
OF Cable
RKms 27,100 43,832
44,265
48,622
BSNL’s Tele-density in NER as on 31.07-2010
T e l e d e n s i t y ( %)
N a me o f
A LL
BSNL
St a t e
BSNL
BSNL
%B S N L
O pe r a
U r ba n
R ur a l
c o n t.
T ot a l
t or s
Assam
22. 20
1. 95
4. 95
M eghal ay a
21. 67
3. 06
6. 92
M i z or am
20. 20
10. 37
15. 55
T r i pur a
36. 59
4. 90
10. 83
26. 97 4. 68 10. 08
NE-1
A r unac hal P r ades
52.
h 85 11. 96
23. 47
M ani pur
17. 13
4. 00
7. 51
Nagal and
45. 43
6. 01
13. 03
NE -2
34. 08
81. 83
6. 38
10. 00
33. 3
47. 29
14. 86
24. 03
12. 93
19. 04
Si k k i m
NE Regi on
26. 01
3. 03
7. 05
37. 5
19. 05
A l l I ndi a
20. 43
4 . 3 419
8. 78
58. 2
14. 59
Various issues affecting Telecom development in NE Region
“ENTRY TAX ISSUE”
•Assam State Govt. levying Entry Tax @ 4% for all Telecom & IT goods entering Assam for
use in Assam, although no Telecom and IT related equipment is manufactured in the State
• Authorities also demanding Certificates for goods entering Assam destined for the other 6
States of the NE region that “these goods would not be unloaded and used in Assam”
•Problem faced by BSNL while sending telecom parts for repair out of the State of Assam,
the Entry Tax Authority have to be chased to issue Certificates that the Entry Tax for the
element in question has already been paid
•Recommendation : There should be at least a 5-year Entry Tax holiday for Telecom & IT
related goods entering Assam. This is essential for the development of the State’s Telecom &
IT infrastructure.
2
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Various issues affecting Telecom development in NE Region
“RIGHT OF WAY PERMISSION FOR OFC LAYING”
• For any cable / OFC laying, Right of Way (ROW) permission is required
from the concerned Civic Authority (Municipality, Panchayat etc.).
• Thus, a cable laying project spanning across several Civic areas require
issue of multiple ROW permissions. If for any section, the permission is
not granted for any section, the whole project collapses. Every
Authority has its own procedures & tariff structure.
• Recommendation : The present system of getting right of way a
permission should be abolished throughout the Country (in some
developed States it is already done), as better Telecom is essential for
the all-round development of the State’s economy including opening
up of employment generation opportunity.
2
1
Various issues affecting Telecom development in NE Region
“NON COMPENSATION FOR CABLE / OFC CUTS”
• Due to infrastructure development activities on the roads (including
Road widening), the Telecom cables & OFC are being frequently cut
• Agencies such as – NHAI, State PWD & the State PHE Departments, do
not pay any compensation, which causes tremendous loss to Telecom
operators.
• This trend has only increased with usage of heavy earth moving
machinery
• Recommendation : The Agency / Department undertaking works on
the road must pay compensation equal to the capital cost of the cable
/ OFC already existing along the stretch of road which would be
subjected to the road works activities (lesser than 1% of Project Cost)
2
2
Various issues affecting Telecom development in NE Region
“PENALTY FOR RUNNING DG SET”
• Assam State Govt. Tax Commissioner has recently issued notice for
collection of electricity duty for the electricity generated by the
running of the DG sets quoting provision in the Assam Electricity Act,
1964, which stipulates penalty of Rs 0.10Paisa/unit penalty if Power
taken from any source other than State Electricity Board
• Already the Government Departments as well as Railways stand
exempted in Assam
• BSNL yet not exempted
• Recommendation :For all services covered under the ESMA Act, the
Electricity duty payment on a/c of electricity generated by running DG
sets, should be exempted.
2
3
Other Reasons affecting Telecom development in NE Region
• In Meghalaya some sites are located on Bangladesh Border and this limits the progress of
work at these sites.
• In Mizoram because of difficult terrain and huge distances (on average 2 to 5 Km with
head loading of tower parts) have greatly hampered the progress.
• Insurgency and poor law & order situation in the NE states of Arunachal Pradesh,
Manipur and Nagaland. Also, the terrains of these states are very difficult.
• In hilly areas, connecting of some sites to GSM core network is also very difficult task and
needs extra efforts as well as extra time frame. Some sites planned to connect through
VSAT but presently due to satellite bandwidth crunch, sites could not be commissioned.
• The sites are in most remote areas of rural India, mostly not connected by roads, public
transport. Some sites are remotest part of country where even the roads are not
properly connected and even due to slightest of rains the material is not able to reach to
the site.
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Other Reasons affecting Telecom development in NE Region..
 Many of the areas are disturbed, forest areas, hilly terrain, snow
bound with no transport etc.
 Active monsoon in NE region also delayed the work.
 Revenue records of the land in many of the villages are incomplete
and inconsistent resulting in delay in acquiring of land and signing of
lease deeds.
 Some of the sites are falling in forest land/ tribal land as a result, land
acquisition pace was slow.
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