Presentation on theme: "Group III Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh NIRD."— Presentation transcript:
Group III Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh NIRD
To reconnect to the common man and Government in a relationship which is not of a mere recipient beneficiary but of an active, aware participant in a process of accelerated rural growth in a language which the people understand and in a way that answers the needs in the most efficient, transparent manner.
SIRD should be under the control of the secretary, RD and Panchayat at the State level. ETCs should be under the control of SIRDs. Inadequate faculty Competency and Capability of the faculty should be increased. Lack of awareness of best practices. Lack of coordination between departments, agencies and objectives
Need based training must be made mandatory. Capacity building of the faculty and training staff is essential. Functionaries at grassroots level must be trained in IT and they should have a pro- technological orientation. Uniform administrative structure of SIRDs and ETCs. Institutional networking at state, district, block and village level.
Collaboration with different agencies like Doordarshan, AIR Kendra/ NFDC, print media and cable network. Utilising state universities which run media courses for IEC. Community Radio, Local newspapers and local media. Use of folk and local cultural institutions.
Strengthening Gram Sabha. Empowering grassroot institutions CBOs, SHGs, youth Organizations, water users association and other grassroots institutions. Connecting Different village level organizations to achieve common objectives. Strengthening ETCs and SIRDs and other institutions engaged in training in terms of finance, faculty, capacity building.
E-records at GP level and capacity building thereof, GIS based planning and monitoring for area based training PDAs, to Gram Sachivs and Sarpanchs and training thereof, Voice based mobile telephony for e- Governance.
Adopting a block as a model All best practices should be adopted in that block. Social Audit. Account Management
For IEC: SIRD, department of rural development and dept. of public relations, DRDAs At district level: district collector to coordinate Involvement of universities Engaging the youth NIC Local cultural practices, grassroot innovations and low cost technology is the key to success (action by the community)