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Grant No. 16 19 - Ministry of Defence


Medium Term Expenditure
(Taka In Thousand)

Budget 2011-12 Non-Development Development Total 11814,71,16 307,79,00 12122,50,16 2012-13 12607,87,25 365,58,23 12973,45,48

Projection 2013-14 14135,74,36 355,60,54 14491,34,90 2014-15 15785,40,59 401,43,10 16186,83,69 2015-16 17736,94,34 343,75,34 18080,69,68

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1.1

Mission Statement and Major Functions


Mission Statement
To protect the sovereignty of the country through coordinating activities of the Armed Forces, Inter-Service Departments and other Defence related departments/organizations.

1.2

Major Functions
a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) Management of Bangladesh Defence Services; Functions related to the defence of the countrys territory at land, water, sky and the sea; Budget management, formulation of laws, rules and regulations and land management of the Army, the Navy and Air forces; Production and preservation of cipher documents; Meteorological observation, forecasting of weather and giving warning in applicable cases;

Co-ordination and supervision of administrative and educational programs of the Cadet Colleges and National Cadet Corps; Matters relating to the space research, satellite research and other activities; Supervision and controlling the activities of the Department of Survey;

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Medium Term Strategic Objectives and Key Activity


Key Activity Purchase of arms, ammunitions and warequipments Organizational re-structuring of the Army Expanding application of information technology Collection of modern arms, ammunitions and related equipments Organizational re-structuring of Bangladesh Navy Expanding application of information technology Purchase of fighter-planes, radar missile and related equipments Organizational re-structuring of the Navy Expanding application of information technology Installing Doppler Radar, observing climate condition through it and making analysis Collecting information about weather influencing agriculture and providing Agro-advisory services Observation and analysis about weather and climate in the earth and upper air and disseminate earthquake related information to the government and the public Department of Meteorology Bangladesh Air Forces Bangladesh Navy Implementing Departments/Agencies Bangladesh Army

Medium Term Strategic Objectives 1. Modernization of Bangladesh Army

2.

Modernization of Bangladesh Navy

3.

Modernization of Bangladesh Air force

4. Natural Disaster Risk

Reduction

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Medium Term Strategic Objectives Key Activity Taking satellite pictures and analyzing impact of climatic changes through research, prediction about natural disasters, assessment of damage after disasters and supply of satellite picture as per demand Preparation of digital map with updated information and data Measurement of average Mean Sea Level (MSL) at different places Providing general and specialized medical services and collection of medicines and equipments Providing expert and disciplined doctors and engineers in the Army, government and private sectors Inter-Services Departments (DGMS) Implementing Departments/Agencies SPARSO

5. Increasing capability of the Interservices Departments and providing improved services

The Department of Survey

Inter-Services Departments (FMC) Inter-Services Departments (MIST) Inter-Services Departments (DSCSC) Inters-Services Departments (NDC)

Awarding the degree of Masters of Defence Studies to officials trained in staff course Conducting training related to security and development for civil and military officials (local and foreign) and conducting Armed Forces War Courses (AFWC) Selection of suitable officers for the Armed Forces Preservation of records and management of military lands, ensuring best utilization of land and conducting hospitals, schools and colleges in the cantonment areas Participation in the UNO peace keeping forces

Inter-Services Departments (ISSB) Inter-Services Departments (Department of military land and cantonment) Army, Navy and Air Force

6. Settling International Peace- Keeping

Disputes and

Survey and demarcation of international boundary and construction of pillars

Bangladesh Department of Survey

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3.1
3.1.1

Poverty and Gender Reporting


Impact of Strategic Objectives on Poverty Reduction and Womens Advancement
Modernization of Bangladesh Army Impact on Poverty Reduction: This has no direct impact Impact on Womens Advancement: This has no direct impact

3.1.2

Modernization of Bangladesh Navy Impact on Poverty Reduction: This has no direct impact Impact on Womens Advancement: This has no direct impact

3.1.3

Modernization of Bangladesh Air force Impact on Poverty Reduction: This has no direct impact Impact on Womens Advancement: This has no direct impact

3.1.4

National disaster risk reduction Impact on Poverty Reduction: This has no direct impact Impact on Womens Advancement: This has no direct impact

3.1.5

Increasing capability of the inter-services departments and providing improved services: Impact on Poverty Reduction: This has no direct impact Impact on Womens Advancement: This has no direct impact

267 3.1.6 Settling international disputes and peace keeping Impact on Poverty Reduction: This has no direct impact Impact on Womens Advancement: This has no direct impact

3.2

Allocation for Poverty Reduction and Womens Advancement


(Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 3943,29,73 491,40,67 2012-13 4224,03,86 499,87,87 Projection 2013-14 2014-15 5172,15,15 310,37,37 4362,12546 503,88,55 2015-16 4652,43,44 550,68,04

Poverty Reduction Gender

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Priority Spending Areas/Programs


Priority Spending Areas/Programs Related Strategic Objectives Modernization of the Bangladesh Army Modernization of the Navy Modernization of the Air Force

1. Modernization of the Army, Navy, and Air Force: Modernization of the Armed Forces is one of the major commitments of the present government. In order to build up the Army, Navy, and Air Forces as prudent and efficient forces, modernization is essential. To protect the national sovereignty and security, it is necessary to acquire essential arms, ammunitions, and modern warequipment in order to increase capability of the Armed Forces. Further, it is essential to impart training related to modern war techniques and to expand application of information technology for increasing efficiency of the defence forces. Therefore, modernization of the forces has been given priority. 2. Weather observation, research, and warning With a view to encountering climate changes, adverse impact of climate changes on agriculture and natural disaster, prediction and warning is given regarding excessive rainfall, floods, drought, hailstorms, depression in the sea, tornado and cyclone. Besides, in order to face earthquake disaster, forecasting and Tsunami warning is provided to the government and the public. It is therefore essential to strengthen the activities related to weather observation, warning, digital mapping and space and distance observation through best application of modern technology and researches. As such, weather observation, research and warning system is given the second priority. 3. Inter-Department Forces Activities: Services of the Inter-Departments are essential in order to increase the capability of the Armed Forces and their modernization. Therefore, it is necessary to expand and improve the standard of services for increasing capability of the Armed Forces. For this reason, activities of the Inter-Departments are given priority.

Natural Disaster Risk Reduction

Increasing capability of the Interservices Departments and providing improved services

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)


Indicator 1. 2. 3. Ratio of expenditure for modernization-on of the army Patrol hours in the sea boundary Observation hours in the air Related Strategic Objectives 1 2 3 Unit % Hour Hour Target Actual Target 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 17 15 5300 25 5700 18,186 Revised Target 2010-11 25 5750 16,097 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 26 6200 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 30 33 35 37

6650 7100

7500 8000 9,600

18,350 8,600

18,900 9,250

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5.1
5.1.1

Recent Achievements, Key Activities and Outputs of the Departments and Agencies under the Ministry
Bangladesh Army
Recent Achievements: During last 3 years, 570 training courses and 3600 training packages were conducted. Besides, joint training program with India, Indonesia, Nepal and Turkey was done. Foreign exchange amounting to Tk. 1.72 crore was deposited with the Government Treasury. The reputation of Bangladesh peace keeping forces has increased through the professional efficiency and discipline demonstrated by the Bangladeshi members in the UN Peace Keeping Forces. In the last 3 years, Bangladesh Army earned foreign exchange of Tk. 2816.24 crore. Recently, a contractual agreement has been signed between Government of Bangladesh and the Government of Russia for purchase of APC for Bangladeshi UN Mission. The modernization of Bangladesh Army is in progress. Steps have been taken to bring different Units of the Army under the information technology framework. Key Activities, Outputs related to the Activity and related Strategic Objectives
Key Activity Outputs related to the Activity Meeting up 80% deficiency of arms, ammunitions and war- equipments Related Strategic Objectives 1

5.1.2

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Purchase of arms, ammunitions and war- equipments

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Key Activity 2. 3. Organizational re-structuring of the Army Expanding application of information technology 4. Participation in the International Peace Keeping Forces Outputs related to the Activity 6 head offices and 19 units to be constituted as per Army Vision 2030 Establishment of 1 WAN in the Army Headquarter Establishment of 1 LAN in the Army Headquarter Establishment of 9 formation LAN of the Army Linking of all brigades and units with the Army 44,000 soldiers will participate in the UNO peace keeping mission in 118 countries 1,6 Related Strategic Objectives 1 1

5.1.3

Output Indicators and Targets


Indicator Related Strategic Objectives 1 1 1 1 1 1 Unit Target Actual Target 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 Revised Target 2010-11 190 1380 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

1. Training course/training package a. Training course b. Training package 2. Information technology structure 3. Establishment of new units/head offices 4. Meeting up deficiency of the units/head offices 5. Meeting up deficiency of the resources of Bangladeshi Army employed in the UNO No. No. % No. % % 190 1300 190 1300 190 1380 194 1384 20 4 20 20 194 1390 40 4 40 35 205 1390 60 7 55 50 210 1395 70 5 70 65 215 1400 80 5 80 75

5.1.4

Forward Budget Estimates


(Taka in Thousand) Description Budget 2011-12 6418,01,74 116,74,00 6534,75,74 Projection 2012-13 6893,88,88 140,67,58 7034,56,46 2013-14 7496,04,66 24,19,71 7520,24,37 2014-15 8129,15,56 0 8129,15,56 2015-16 8827,60,83 0 8827,60,83

Non-development Development Total

5.1.5

List of Projects, Programmes and Operational units


Operational Unit/ Project/Programme Related Key Activity

Operational unit 1) 2) Bangladesh Army Allied Forces Director of Public works and Chief Engineer, Bangladesh Army

Approved programs 1. Development of infrastructure for information technology of the Bangladesh Army Project 4

Approved projects 1. 2. 3. Construction of BMA Bangabandhu complex, Vatiari, Chittagong Establishment of cantonment public schools at artillery centre at Halishahar, Chittagong and cantonment public school at Rajshahi Establishment of cantonment public school and college at Mirpur cantonment 2, 3 2, 3 2, 3

5.2
5.2.1

Bangladesh Navy
Recent Achievements: During the last 3 years 2 OPV, 1 survey ship, 8 high-speedboats, helicopter handling system, early warning radar system and 2 marine helicopters have been added to the Bangladesh Navy. Process for purchasing C-704 missile system, QW-2 SAM, OTOMAT MK-II missiles, 2 large patrol crafts, 5 patrol crafts and 1 oil tanker has been completed. The survey ship newly purchased for Bangladesh Navy has been commissioned. The Navy has attained double capability through addition of newly purchased 2 marine helicopters. Key Activities, Outputs related to the Activity, and related Strategic Objectives
Key Activity Outputs related to the Activity Addition of 1 C-704 missile system, QW-2 SAM, OTOMAT MK-II missile, 2 large patrol crafts, 5 patrol crafts and 1 oil tanker in the Bangladesh Navy Related Strategic Objectives 2

5.2.2

1. Acquisition of modern arms, ammunitions and related equipment

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Key Activity 2. Organizational re-structuring of Bangladesh Navy 3. Expanding application of information technology 4. Participation in the UNO peace keeping forces Outputs related to the Activity Establishment of 2 Bases and 1 logistic Bases for the Bangladesh Navy Addition of 12 ships in the Navy Bringing the Headquarters of the Bangladesh Navy including its 8 Bases under WAN Enabling 3,000 members of the Bangladesh Navy participate in the UNO peace keeping mission with 3 ships and 10 boats Earning of foreign exchange of Tk. 875.00 crore Related Strategic Objectives 2

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5.2.3 Output Indicators and Targets


Indicator 1. Training 2. Sea patrol 3. Collection of ship and equipments 4. Collection of arms and ammunitions 5. Participation in the UNO mission Related Strategic Objectives 2 2 2 2 6 Unit Person No. No. Cartridge Person Target Actual Target 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2004 220 11 4000 534 2150 225 12 5000 534 Revised Medium Term Targets Target 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2010-11 2150 2365 2602 2862 3148 3462 225 13 5000 534 236 14 5250 600 248 15 5512 600 260 273 16 5787 600 17 6076 600 287 18 6380 600

5.2.4

Forward Budget Estimates


(Taka in Thousand) Description Budget 2011-12 1486,07,57 9,37,00 1495,44,57 Projection 2012-13 1580,59,29 29,88,00 1610,47,29 2013-14 1797,28,60 170,00,00 1967,28,60 2014-15 1984,65,21 174,00,00 2158,65,21 2015-16 2365,26,45 120,00,00 2485,26,45

Non-development Development Total

5.2.5

List of Projects, Programmes and Operational units


Operational Unit/Project/Programme Related Key Activity

Operational Unit 1. Bangladesh Navy-Allied Forces 2. Director of public works and Chief Engineer, Navy Approved Projects 1. Construction of academic buildings for B.L school and college at Chittagong and Khulna of the Bangladesh Navy 2. Construction of academic buildings for school and college at Mongla and Bagerhat 2, 3 2, 3

5.3
5.3.1

Bangladesh Air Forces


Recent Achievements: During last 3 years, as a part of air defence, Bangladesh Air Force successfully completed 62,349 flying hours to ensure security of Bangladesh air and to train the pilots. In the same period, the defence radars of the air forces completed 49,464 hours of air observation. A total of 8,774 officers and air force pilots received higher training locally and abroad. During the same period 1,200 officers and air force soldiers participated in the UNO Peace Keeping Mission and achieved 7,814 flying hours through various helicopters and transport planes. In order to assist the civil administration in tackling national disaster, the air force successfully completed 258 missions in the remote areas and distributed 740 metric ton of relief to the affected areas. Key Activities, Outputs related to the Activity, and related Strategic Objectives
Key Activity Outputs related to the Activity Replacement of 16 fighter planes, 16 training planes, 2 transport planes, 6 attack helicopters, 2 MI series helicopters, 3 Cresco planes and bale helicopters Purchase of 1 SHORAD system and 4 air defence radars for commissioning in different Bases Establishment of 2 Air Bases, 1 Fighter Biman Squadron, 1 Radar Squadron, 2 SHORAD units and 1 F-7 overhauling plant and 4 Operational Command Headquarters 3 Related Strategic Objectives 3

5.3.2

1.

Purchase of planes, radar missile and related equipments

2. Organizational re-structuring of Bangladesh Navy

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Key Activity 3. Expanding application of information technology Outputs related to the Activity Bringing 500 computer networks under LAN/WAN framework Further improvement of customized software and converting Warehouse Inventory Management System Software into Web-based from Desktop-based 10% increase of the existing 6 MI-17 helicopters, 3 bale212 helicopters and 52 specialized vehicles used by the Bangladesh Navy members for the UNO peace keeping mission Earning of foreign exchange of Tk. 4.87 crore Related Strategic Objectives 3

4.

Participation in the UNO peace keeping forces

5.3.3

Output Indicators and Targets


Indicator Related Strategic Objectives 3 3 3 Unit Hour Hour No. Target Actual Target 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 22,876 18,181 2,033 22,473 15,186 2,810 Revised Target 2010-11 17,000 16,097 3,931 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 23,000 18,,350 4,127 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 23,400 18,600 4,333 23,900 18,900 4,549 24,400 19,250 4,776 25,000 19,600 5,015

1. Flying hours 2. Air defence observation hour 3. Training

5.3.4

Forward Budget Estimates


(Taka in Thousand) Description Budget 2011-12
1757,08,70 9,12,00 1766,20,70

Projection 2012-13
1864,22,11 0 1864,22,11

2013-14
2094,29,85 0 2094,29,85

2014-15
2294,76,34 0 2294,76,34

2015-16
2549,12,95 0 2549,12,95

Non-development Development Total

5.3.5

List of Projects, Programmes and Operational units


Operational Unit/Project/Programme Related Key Activity

Operational Unit 1. Bangladesh Air Force-Allied Forces 2. Director of works and Chief Engineer, Air Forces Approved Project 1. Establishment of BAF Sheen School and College at Shamser Nagar, Moulovi Bazar Paharkanchonpur,Tangail 2,3

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5.4.1

Department of survey
Recent Achievements: Steps have been taken to increase momentum to the preparation of topographical maps, which is the main function of the Department of Survey. The scope of geodetic network has been made wide and brought under densification. During last 3 years, the number of geodic control points has been increased to cover the whole area of Bangladesh. Attempt has been made to prepare revision survey of map and also update maps in other scales. International boundary survey and demarcation of boundary in the Hill tract areas especially in the Mizoram sector with India and Myanmar has been completed and for this important job the department has applied new technologies like GSP, and INS. The construction of digital mapping centre for preparation of digital map has been completed 50 percent. During this period, 1,000 GPS survey pillars have been constructed and 30 GPS receivers have been purchased. Agreement has been made for purchase of a digital mapping unit. Training has been given on GPS and Aerial photography. Key Activities, Outputs related to the Activity, and related Strategic Objectives
Key Activity Outputs related to the Activity Field survey and printing of map of 267 sites in the scale of 1:50,000; 954 sites in the scale of 1:25,000 and 260 sites in the scale of 1:5000 Measurement of Mean sea level (MSL) height of about 770 places Survey of 240 km boundary between Bangladesh and India (Mizoram sector) and construction of 105 pillars Survey of 160 km boundary between Bangladesh and Myanmar (land part) and construction of 120 pillars Related Strategic Objectives 4

5.4.2

1. Preparation of digital map with up to date information and data 2. Measurement of average Mean sea level (MSL) height at different places 3. Survey of international boundary, demarcation of territory and construction of pillars

4 4

271 5.4.3 Output Indicators and Targets


Indicator 1. Updating of topographical base map a. Scale-1: 50,000 b. Scale-1:25,000 c. Scale-1:5,000 2. International boundary survey, demarcation and construction of pillars a. Boundary demarcation b. Pillar construction 4 4 Km No. 20 26 20 26 4 4 4 No. No. No. 29 2 260 18 2 260 12 3 260 z 12 3 260 50 100 40 50 200 60 50 200 60 50 200 50 67 254 50 Related Strategic Objectives Unit Target Actual Target 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 Revised Target 2010-11 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

70 40

70 40

80 41

80 46

80 46

80 46

80 46

5.4.4

Forward Budget Estimates


(Taka in Thousand) Description Budget 2011-12 17,80,83 33,55,00 51,35,83 Projection 2012-13 18,90,14 19,93,65 38,83,79 2013-14 19,58,46 2,00,00 21,58,46 2014-15 20,23,40 1,54,10 21,77,50 2015-16 21,00,00 28,34 21,28,34

Non-development Development Total

5.4.5

List of Projects, Programmes and Operational Units


Operational Unit/Project/Programme Related Key Activity

Operational Unit 1. Department of Survey Approved Project 1. Improvement of digital mapping system of survey of Bangladesh 1

5.5
5.5.1

Department of Meteorology
Recent Achievements: In order to encounter climatic changes and natural disasters, weather prediction is given daily through 24 hours operational program of the department. Weather prediction is also announced regarding excessive rainfall, flood, drought, rain storm, depression in the sea, tornado and cyclone and warning is given. Besides, in order to encounter earthquake disaster, information regarding earthquake and Tsunami is given to the government and the public. Earthquake observatory at Chittagong has been developed with modern and technical equipments and 3 earthquake laboratories have been established at Dhaka, Sylhet and Rangpur with modern technology. 2 Doppler radars have been installed at Coxs Bazar and Khepupara. Information and data are received through constant radar observation, and prediction and warning is given regarding tornado in the sea, its position, direction, density and force. A Hydrological-cumMeteorological S. Band Doppler radar has been installed at Moulovi Bazar under Sylhet division in order to forecast about early rainfall, heavy rainfall, flash floods in the northern and eastern regions of the country. Besides, 13 Navy prediction centers have been constructed at different places of the country to reduce naval accidents through weather forecasting. Key Activities, Outputs related to the Activity and related Strategic Objectives
Key Activity Outputs related to the Activity Installation of 5 Doppler Radars in different places of the country. Providing prediction and warning regarding depression in the sea, position of tornado and its direction, force, and the time of flowing over the land and cyclone through e-mail, fax, website, and telegraph. Providing 240 agro-advisory services in 64 districts through 64 offices of the Agricultural Extension Department. Providing weather prediction and warning regarding depression, hailstorm, cyclone, tornado, kalboishakhi, excessive rainfall, flood, flash floods, and safe movement of water vehicles and air planes. Identification of sources, force, and direction of Related Strategic Objectives 4

5.5.2

1.

Installing Doppler Radar, observing climate condition through it and making analysis

2.

Collecting information about weather influencing agriculture and providing Agro-advisory services Observation and analysis about weather and climate in the earth and upper air and disseminate earthquake related information to the government and the public

3.

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Key Activity Outputs related to the Activity earth quakes and giving accurate and standard Tsunami warning through earth observatories at Dhaka, Chittagong, and Rangpur. Related Strategic Objectives

5.5.3

Output Indicators and Targets


Indicator Related Strategic Objectives 4 Unit No. Target Actual Target 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 3 3 3 Revised Target 2010-11 3 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 10 15 25 30 37

1. Automation of manual observation laboratories; modernization of radar stations 2. Updating of forecasting system 3. Development of earthquake monitoring and Tsunami warning management 4. Agricultural weather forecasting coverage

4 4

No. No.

700 4

700 4

1000 1

1100 1

1500 1

1900 1

2300 1

2700 1

3200 1

No. of Upazilla

10

10

80

100

120

144

5.5.4

Forward Budget Estimates


(Taka in Thousand) Description Budget 2011-12 25,24,00 49,33,00 74,57,00 Projection 2012-13 25,19,50 44,86,00 70,05,50 2013-14 26,46,00 42,16,00 68,62,00 2014-15 27,78,30 57,89,00 85,67,30 2015-16 29,17,21 13,47,00 42,64,21

Non-development Development Total

5.5.5

List of Projects, Programmes and Operational units


Operational Unit/Project/Programme Related Key Activity

Operation Unit (non-development) Department of Metrology Approved Projects 1. Development of Agro-metrological Services Project (revised) 2. Establishment of 1 class Weather Observatories at Panchagarh, Khagrachori, Bandorban, Kishorgong and Coxs Bazar 3. Establishment of Numerical Weather Prediction System (2nd phase) 4. Development of Human Capacity of Operation of Weather Analysis & Forecasting
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2 1,2,3 1,2,3 1,2,3

5.6
5.6.1

Space Research and Remote Sensing Organization (SPARSO)


Recent Achievements: During last 3 years, satellite data has been received at the speed of FY-2 and MTSAT per hour, NOAA-AVHRR after every six hours on average and AQUA and TERRA MODIS every day through five satellites (America based-3, China based-1 and Japan based-1) installed at SPARSOs satellite ground stations. After pre-processing and analyzing the received information and data weather and disaster prediction has been regularly given. SPARSO has regularly supplied important information and data to the concerned departments/organizations about condition of main agricultural crops, environment, development of forest resources and coastal forestation, coastal erosion, river erosion, cause identification for salinity, mapping of rural structure, conditions of ponds for fishery development selection of area for shrimp cultivation, variety of land uses, flood observation, irrigation planning and other matters related to earth resources. Key Activities, Outputs related to the Activity and related Strategic Objectives
Key Activity Outputs related to the Activity Survey of natural resources and environment monitoring Conducting 36 researches on satellite based digital mapping and publication of reports Related Strategic Objectives 4

5.6.2

1. Taking satellite pictures and analyzing impact of climatic changes through research, prediction about natural disasters, assessment of damage after disasters and supply of satellite pictures as per demand

5.6.3

Output Indicators and Targets


Indicator Related Strategic Objectives 4 Unit No. Target Actual Target 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 24 20 26 Revised Target 2010-11 26 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 36 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 36 36 36 36

1.

Digital mapping research, report and publication

273 5.6.4 Forward Budget Estimates


(Taka in Thousand) Description Non-development Development Total Budget 2011-12 7,69,91 0 7,69,91 Projection 2012-13 8,00,45 0 8,00,45 2013-14 8,17,48 0 8,17,48 2014-15 9,32,24 0 9,32,24 2015-16 10,25,46 0 10,25,46

5.6.5

List of Projects, Programmes and Operational Units


Operational Unit/Project/Programme Related Key Activity

Operational Unit: SPARSO 1

5.7
5.7.1

Inter Services Departments


Recent Achievements: During last 3 years, 19,10,900 patients received outdoor treatment and 2,10,717 patients received indoor treatment from 23 Combined Military Hospitals (CMH). Besides 1,03,970 civil patients were given treatment during winter joint practice of the Army. A medical team was sent to Haiti for treatment of the earthquake victims. During the same period a total of 148 cadets obtained MBBS degree. 484 students, civil and military, were awarded the degree of B.Sc. in Engineering from the Military Institute of Science and Technology. From the Staff College 506 officers completed P.S.C(Permanent Service Commission) course and out of them 482 officers obtained the degree of MDS (Master of Defence Studies). National Defence College has awarded NDC certificates to 133 senior military and civil officers (local and foreign) and Armed Forces War Course (FWC) Certificates to 44 military officers. A training course CAPSTONE of 2 weeks duration has been introduced for civil and military senior officers, policy makers, public representatives, judges and security specialists since 2010. During the same period InterServices Selection Board (ISSB) has successfully completed selection of 15,000 officers for the Armed Forces. In the same period the Department of Military land and Cantonment has completed personal data base of the officers and employees for efficient administrative management. Key Activities, Outputs related to the Activity and related Strategic Objectives
Key Activity Outputs related to the Activity Providing medical services to the employees in the Armed Forces Providing specialized treatment in CMH and Army field hospitals to 106.4 lakh persons 385 specialized doctors and 1,611 engineers in the government and private sector 1,145 army officials to be awarded degree of Masters of Defence Studies and this will enhance their professional efficiency Awarding NDC certificate to 300 local and foreign officials (civil and military) Awarding AFWC certificates to 150 senior officials in the Armed Forces About 39,000 officials to be selected for Armed Forces Demarcation of 43,959 acres of land of the cantonment area, providing Tk. 2.27 crore as land development tax and conducting 246 cases arising out of military land Improved medical services to be provided to 52,580 citizens living in the cantonment area through 2 hospitals and 7 dispensaries and providing quality education to 42,000 students through 38 schools and colleges 5 5 Related Strategic Objectives 5

5.7.2

1. Providing general and specialized medical services and collection of medicines and equipments 2. Providing expert and discipline doctors and engineers in the Army, government and private sectors 3. Awarding degree of Masters of Defence Studies to officials trained in staff course 4. Conducting training related to security and development for civil and military officials (local and foreign) and conducting Armed Forces War Courses (AFWC) 5. Selection of suitable officers for the Armed Forces 6. Preservation of records and management of military lands, ensuring best utilization of land and conducting hospitals, school and colleges in the cantonment areas

5.7.3

Output Indicators and Targets


Indicator Related Strategic Objectives 5 5 5 5 Unit No. No. No. No. Target Actual Target 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 50 325 22 60 50 325 22 46 50 325 30 60 Revised Target 2010-11 50 325 24 46 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 49 303 30 60 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 65 320 30 50 71 338 30 60 100 325 30 60 100 325 30 60

1. Medical Practitioners 2. Engineers 3. AFWC 4. NDC Certificate

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Related Strategic Objectives 5 5 Target Actual Target 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 175 4800 175 4540 185 5800 Revised Target 2010-11 185 5430 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 185 6200 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 195 7000 210 7800 230 8600 325 9600

Indicator 5. PSC Certificate 6. Selection of Officials

Unit No. No.

5.7.4

Forward Budget Estimates


(Taka in Thousand) Description Budget 2011-12 498,48,92 44,68,00 543,16,92 Projection 2012-13 486,90,54 105,23,00 592,13,54 2013-14 520,28,55 77,24,83 597,53,38 2014-15 557,34,66 121,00,00 678,34,66 2015-16 597,05,99 110,00,00 707,05,99

Non-development Development Total

5.7.5

List of Projects, Programmes and Operational Units


Operational Unit/Project/Programme Related Key Activity

Operational Unit Inter-services Departments Approved Projects 1. 2. 3. Expansion of infrastructural facilities in Military Command and Staff College (DSCHC) at Mirpur Cantonment, Mirpur, Dhaka Construction of accommodation with related works for National Defence College, at Mirpur Cantonment Infrastructural development of Inter-services Selection Board (ISSB) 3 4 5