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NCRI PROPOSAL FOR TRAINING OF BHARAT NIRMAN VOLUNTEERS (BNVs) AS PROFESSIONAL VOLUNTEERS - NCRI INITIATIVE FOR HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT Presented by 1 National.

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2 NCRI PROPOSAL FOR TRAINING OF BHARAT NIRMAN VOLUNTEERS (BNVs) AS PROFESSIONAL VOLUNTEERS - NCRI INITIATIVE FOR HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT Presented by 1 National Council of Rural Institutes (Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India) # , Shakar Bhavan, II Floor, Fateh Maidan Road, Hyderabad , Andhra Pradesh, India, Ph: website:

3 NCRI NCRI is the outcome of National Policy on Education (NPE) 1986 NPE, 1986 envisaged in accordance with Mahatma Gandhi’s revolutionary ideas on education so as to respond to the challenges associated with the transformation of rural areas. Genesis of NCRI 2

4 NCRI About National Council of Rural Institutes :  NCRI-an autonomous organisation under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government Of India.  Engaged in promoting Rural Higher Education since  Catalysing rural institutes, Gandhian organizations, NGOs, universities and state government agencies and supporting various projects connected with the promotion of rural higher education. 3

5 Rural Institute Deep understanding of rural realities Introduction of Emerging trends/ innovative techniques Market environment scanning Designing appropriate courses, curriculum Interaction with market, industry. Govt, cooperatives Analysing present marketing needs Developin g linkages Manpower planning/ training Demand assessment Value addition Identifying the gaps Making Rural resources market ready Networking with different agencies for updating knowledge NCRI 4

6 Bharat Nirman Volunteers (BNV) - A Programme of MoRD, GOI  Developing large pool of local manpower for rural development  Mass based and decentralized voluntary action  Rural house holds : Target for delivery of services under rural development programmes  BNVs will assist in creation of awareness, mobalisation of community involvement with regard to welfare and development programmes Continue…. NCRI 5

7 Bharat Nirman Volunteers (BNV) Volunteers will also act as agents of rural development (Item XII, page 10 of BNV document) NCRI proposes that about 5 per cent (2 lakhs) of 40 lakh BNVs will be trained for a longer duration of 6 weeks as Professional Volunteers (PVs) PVs to be involved in development programmes such as agriculture, community enterprises, literacy, banking, housing, livelihood promotion, etc., NCRI 6

8 NCRI proposal for creation of Professional Volunteers within BNVs Six-weeks training in various professional streams. Structuring courses with on field-orientation with emphasis on practical training Expanding the scope of proposed basic training of BNVs (of 3-5 days) Curriculum for the programmes to be designed by institutions having expertise in relevant fields. Award of certificate by IGNOU/ Universities or some other recognised educational outfit. Continue….. NCRI 7

9 NCRI proposal …. BNVs with a minimum 8/10 th/ standard (pass) will be trained as PVs as per local needs. The proposed cadre of PVs - first of its kind in the country Thought shift from employment to employability Imparting professional skills to foster sustainable development. PVs to be trained in three(3) streams:  Rural Development Professionals  Master Trainers  Bare-foot practitioners NCRI 8

10 STREAMS OF PROFESSIONAL VOLUNTEERS Rural Development Professionals  Livelihood practitioners  Community enterprise managers  marketing intelligence providers  Rural clusters agents  Rural technicians  Rural communicators  Banking liaison  Data processors Master trainers in emerging occupations  Seed processors  Landscaping/horticult ure technicians  Primary processors of forest & agro produce, etc.  Bio-fertiliser mixers  Post harvesting technicians  Skill upgradation trainers in the non- farm sector BARE FOOT PRACTIONERS  Bare-foot micro planners  Bare- foot health workers  Bare-foot veterinarians  Bare-foot educators  Bare-foot housing/ construction facilitators NCRI 9

11 RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONALS (trained PVs) S.NOCATEGORYENVISAGED TASKS 1Livelihood Practioners Mobilisation of rural households and formation of SHGs Handholding services for setting enterprises 2Micro enterprise managers Promotion of Micro Enterprises Marketing support 3Marketing intelligence providers Providing market information 4Rural clusters agents Promotion of government programmes Escort services Cluster development programmes NCRI 10

12 S.NOCATEGORYENVISAGED TASKS 5Rural technicians Providing technical support services 6Rural communicators Information on Government schemes Providing information to community radio Operationalisation of wall news papers 7Banking liaison Liaison services with banks Credit linkages Helping banks 8Data processors Collection of information and data entry Generating necessary reports and documents E- governance support NCRI 11

13 Master Trainers ( Emerging Rural Occupations) S.NoCategoryEnvisaged tasks 1Seed Processors  Helping farmer groups in improved seed processing methods  Sourcing supply of good seed 2Landscaping / Horticulture Technicians  Enabling horticulturists in better practices  Value edition  Landscaping 3Primary processors of Forest/Agro  Creating awareness on primary processing methods  Encouraging better storage systems  Value addition interventions with improved systems NCRI 12

14 S.NoCategoryEnvisaged tasks 4Bio-fertiliser mixers  Creating awareness on different bio-fertiliser products  Training farmers for promoting the activity 5Post harvest technicians  Identifying local specific post-harvest technologies  Training farmers for better t productivity  Encouraging youth to take up agri machinery/business /post harvest technologies skill training 6Skill upgradation Trainers in non- farm sector  Identifying skill gaps in local artisan activities  Taking up relevant trainings for skill upgradation for value addition and productivity enhancement NCRI 13

15 BARE FOOT PRACTIONERS S.NoCategory Envisaged process 1BARE-FOOT MICRO PLANNERS To work as a local resource base as micro planner To coordinate different training programmes 2BARE FOOT HEALTH WORKERS Health education and counseling Disease reporting Maintaining health register Special education Organise and utilise mahila mandals, teachers etc. in various health programmes Supervise immunization programmes Organize/conduct training for Dais and women leaders 3BARE FOOT VETERINARIANS Addressing livestock and dairy management issues Providing first aid to livestock NCRI 14

16 S.NoCategory Envisaged process 4Bare foot educators Promotion of literacy programmes for school dropouts and adults Encouragement to children for enrolment Promotion of legal literacy 5Bare foot housing / construction facilitators Identification of families who don’t have house sites and help them to cover under various schemes Housing technologies, sanitation and non conventional energy projects Linkages for funding Support services in planning and construction 15 NCRI 15

17 Components of professional training  Conceptual inputs  Practice oriented training and field work  Technical/professional training in courses like master trainers/bare foot practitioners  Interface with experts/exposure visits  Award of certificate from IGNOU or other universities 16 NCRI 16

18 Advantages and Opportunities  Availability of Rural Institutes with a service orientation in interior and backward regions.  They have deep roots in rural sector  They posses experience in running skill-based training programmes.  They have adequate training infrastructure and capabilities.  The programme is a worthwhile investment as it affords multiple opportunities.  Provides potential for life-long professional volunteerism.  Helpful in developing multiple streams of volunteers  Promotes inclusiveness. 17 NCRI 17

19 NCRI Strengths NCRI has necessary strengths to be recognised as a National Facilitating Agency (NFA) for training of Professional Volunteers, for reasons mentioned below:  Wide network with Rural Institutes in all regions of the country  Initiated several programmes through Rural Institutes  Has been focusing on Rural Higher Education to train rural development professionals  Has specialist units namely, RIF, GRTGSK, Micro-Planning, RRIC, DALC, SVCYP and The Wheel.  Collaborating with IGNOU on a 6-12 week Internship Programme to fill the practice deficit.  Networking with knowledge-partners (Rural Institutes, Universities, TCOs, EDIs and Research Institutions, etc.,) 18 NCRI 18

20 Framework for proposed activities of NCRI as NFA Selection of Rural Institutes for training purposes. Standardising the training moludes in collaboration and networking with knowledge partners Instituting monitoring, review and appraisal systems. 19 NCRI 19

21 Chairman, NCRI Advisory Committee Collaborating Institutions Member Secretary Project Director - PMU NCRI Hdqtrs. staff units RDCs Rural Institutes Proposed organisational structure of PMU (NCRI) for training of PVs 20 NCRI 20

22 Ministry Of Rural Development, Government Of India Developing 40 Lakhs BNVs for streamlining development 1 BNV per 40 households NCRI to act as a national level facilitating agency to train 2 lakhs professional BNVs by involving RDCs / RIs (5% BNVs) NIRD as a nodal agency to train BNVs in collaboration with SIRDs SIRDs in collaboration with ETCs and other agencies to train BNVs State government to sponsor BNVs enrolled by blocks / district bodies Streams (6 Weeks Training) 1.Rural Development Professionals 2.Master Trainers 3.Barefoot Practitioners Streams (6 Weeks Training) 1.Rural Development Professionals 2.Master Trainers 3.Barefoot Practitioners 3-5 DAYS training for BNVs State level training District level Block level Village level 3-5 DAYS training for BNVs State level training District level Block level Village level Ministry Of HRD, Government Of India PROCESS FLOW OF PROFESSIONAL BNV TRAINING PROGRAMME 21 THOUGHT SHIFT from Employment to Employability Awareness to Education Volunteerism to professionalism THOUGHT SHIFT from Employment to Employability Awareness to Education Volunteerism to professionalism NCRI 21

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