Presentation on theme: "Ministry of Rural Development"— Presentation transcript:
1Ministry of Rural Development Committee on Revamping NIRD First MeetingMinistry of Rural DevelopmentGovernment of India
21.Dr. Yoginder. K. Alagh, Chairman, IRMA - Chairman NIRD Revamping Committee Members1.Dr. Yoginder. K. Alagh, Chairman, IRMA Chairman2.Shri B.K. Sinha, Secretary, Department of Rural Development Member3.Shri A.N. P.Sinha, Secretary, Ministry of Panchayati Raj Member4.Shri Mohd. Haleem Khan, Director General, CAPART Member5.Dr. Arvind Mayaram,Additional Secretary & Financial Adviser,Ministry of Rural Development Member6. Dr. S. Parasuraman, Director,Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai Member7.Shri K.N. Janardhan, RUDSETI, Ujrei, Mysore,(representing DMET) Member8.Dr. M.N. Roy, Principal Secretary,Deptt. of Rural Development, Govt. of West Bengal Member9.Shri S. M. Vijayanand, Principal Secretary,Local Self-Government and Rural Development,Government of Kerala Member10.Shri Pramathesh Ambasta, Samaj Pragati Sahayog,Bagli Tehsil, Diwas District, Madhya Pradesh Member11. Shri Niten Chandra, Joint Secretary (Trg.)Ministry of Rural Development Member-Secretary
3To examine issues relating to manpower management of NIRD Terms of ReferenceTo assess the existing capacities and limitations of RD training institutions i.e. NIRD, SIRDs and ETCs and suggest measures for further strengthening.To assess training needs of the PR and RD functionaries at State, District, Block and GP levels.To examine issues relating to manpower management of NIRDTo suggest measures to strengthen linkage of NIRD with other training Institutions such as SIRDs, ATIs, CBOs, IITs, etc.To make recommendations regarding modes of training to be adopted including pedagogical methods, introduction of SATCOM/Distance Mode of training especially for e-PRIsEnlisting RSETIs for imparting training to RD and PR functionaries, e-PRIs at sub-state and grassroots levelTo suggest training strategy for conduct of training programmes on the convergence of MoRD flagship RD programmes at various level.
4National Institute of Rural Development IntroductionAutonomous body under Ministry of Rural DevelopmentUndertakes training, research, action research and consultancy in rural development sectorCelebrated its golden jubilee in December, 2008 with President of India as Chief GuestThe President hailed NIRD as a premier institution for RD managers.She advocated development of farmer friendly machines and making available technologies for developing rural communities.Vision -Promoting programmes benefitting rural poor, democratic decentralization, operational efficiency of RD and PRI functionaries, transfer of technology and environmental awareness.
5Structure and organization National Institute of Rural DevelopmentMissionTo examine and analyze factors contributing to economic and social well being of rural people on sustainable basis with focus on rural poor and disadvantaged groups by improving the knowledge, skills and attitudes of RD officials and non-officials through training, workshops etc.Structure and organizationNIRD at Hyderabad with Regional Centres at Guwahati and Patna. Establishment of NIRD Centre for Rural Employment and Livelihood Studies at Jaipur planned.47- member General Council with MRD as President and a 14- member Executive Council with MRD as Chairman.Director General as Chief Executive Officer assisted by a DDG, Financial Adviser, Registrar and multi-disciplinary faculty.Three Standing Committees - Academic Committee, Selection Committee and Committee on Administration and Finance - also function.
6Infrastructure and Faculty National Institute of Rural DevelopmentInfrastructure and FacultyVery good infrastructure including well-equipped conference halls, library, computer centre, furnished guest houses, health centre, gymnasium, swimming pool and a community hall.About 80 multi-disciplinary faculty including specialists, trainers, researchers and consultants.A Faculty Development Scheme in operation to address the professional needs of academic staff.Centres19 faculty Centres ranging from wage employment, self-employment, watershed and natural resource management, rural infrastructure, gender empowerment, equity and social development and human resource development, etc.
7National Institute of Rural Development Training ActivitiesConduct Training programmes for about Senior Officers and Executives in RD management and PRI elected members at NIRD Headquarters and Regional Centres, SIRDs, etc.Focal areas include wage and self-employment, land, water and forestry management, drinking water and sanitation, rural technologies, rural credit and micro-finance , IT, geo-informatics , communication and media applications, planning, monitoring and evaluationTraining methods cover experience sharing, experiential learning, group discussions, case studies, role play, simulation games, lecture-cum-discussions , panel discussions, field visits , exposure visits to best practices sites, participatory training methods, projects, etc.Also undertake curriculum development, prepare training manuals and guidelines for MORD Schemes.
8NIRD Training Performance: National Institute of Rural DevelopmentThe training programmes include General Programmes for 6 days, TOTs for trainers and stakeholders, off-campus and regional programmes , Workshops and Seminars and International Training Programmes.NIRD Training Performance:YearProgrammes OrganisedParticipants21562532306453271767130079421089447534156(projected)90641000
9Research Projects completed National Institute of Rural DevelopmentResearchNIRD research themes include: poverty reduction and rural employment, environment and sustainable development, decentralization and good governance and transfer of technology.Research studies conducted in the past cover : tribal and dalit issues, governance for the poor, technology transfer to the poor, access to quality credit to the poor, public-private partnerships, contract farming, tenancy relations and livelihoods of the poor, NREGA, SGSY, and IAY, Water and Sanitation, community mobilization, Natural Resources Management.NIRD Research PerformanceYearResearch Projects completed30341513(ongoing)68
10Post Graduate Diploma and Distance Education Programmes National Institute of Rural DevelopmentPost Graduate Diploma and Distance Education ProgrammesCompleted the first one year PG Diploma in Rural Development Management in August, 2009 to develop a committed cadre of RD Management Professionals ; Second batch in progress.One year PG Diploma programme in Sustainable rural developmentthrough distant mode started in December, 2009 in association with University of Hyderabad.Rural Technology ParkEstablished in 1999 at NIRD campus for transfer of technologies to villages and to accelerate dissemination of appropriate and affordable technologies to rural poor.Houses Solar Power Unit managed by illiterate women, National Rural Building Centre and Sanitation Park and showcases variety of low cost rural technologies.
11Networking with State RD Training Institutions National Institute of Rural DevelopmentNetworking with State RD Training InstitutionsHave intensified efforts to strengthen dynamic linkage with SIRDs and ETCs.NIRD designate senior faculty members as State Link Officer for each State/SIRD to help in State training and research programmes.Organizes annual National Colloquia of SIRDs and ETCs for developing close and intimate linkages.NIRD offers Trainer’s Training Programme for faculty of SIRDs and ETCsExtends funding support to SIRDs for taking up short term research.Centre for Media and Rural Documentation of NIRD caters to the information needs of SIRDs.
12National Institute of Rural Development Financial StatusMoRD provides 100% funding support towards Plan and Non-Plan to NIRD.Details of Receipts of Grants and Expenditure(Rs. in Lakhs)YearReceiptExpenditurePlanNon-Plan899.90742.00757.32998.94792.00886.00953.04962.00900.00996.79329.45*296.15** Upto
13NIRD formulated a Vision Document which mainly provides for National Institute of Rural DevelopmentNIRD formulated a Vision Document which mainly provides forCreation of a Technology Bank for traditional and non-traditional technologies.Propagation of Distance Mode of Education.Greater International Engagement.Technological up-gradation of C-GARD.Infrastructure through automatic mapping and facilitation management using GIS technologies.Module mappingCreation of new centresNetworking of credit institutions and alternative banking.Up-gradation of facilities at NIRDNetworking of Training InstitutionsCreation of Land BankDeeper engagement with PESA
14Report on Impact of NIRD Training ( Apr 92 to Jun, 93) Reports on NIRDReport on Impact of NIRD Training ( Apr 92 to Jun, 93)Report of Task Force for identification of main themes of training & research & appropriate institutional mechanisms - NIRDReport on NIRD’s Vision for 21st Century (1997) – Academy of Human Resource Development, HyderabadReport on Training Programmes conducted by NIRD – Internal Work Study Unit
15Aspiration: To beA virtual academy has to be designed to provide the four-way information connectivity between scientific institutions consortiums (lab-to-lab), between institutions and users (lab-to-land), between traditional rural knowledge base to technical experts (land-to-lab) and for lateral learning between rural families (land-to-land)
16Knowledge leveraging for faster and inclusive growth Inter University Center - NeedDualism in Indian Economy – sluggish agriculture, widening rural-urban inequalitiesKnowledge as a source of growth : diffusion of rural technologies to trigger growth processScattering of knowledge across Institutions : need to bring them togetherKnowledge leveraging for faster and inclusive growthNeed for networked functioningAGRINDUS Dream: Coordination between agriculture, industry and commerce – need for massive collaboration between academic institutions and other sectors and agencies
17ObjectivesTo serve as a national hub of knowledge connectivity for Rural Development by networking a set of regional hubs or the Regional Platforms for Knowledge Connectivity.To support development of plans and policies for rural development by research, training and demonstration and create functioning packages of social technologies, physical technologies and economic policy strategies for various agro-climatic regions.
18ObjectivesTo facilitate development of techno-managerial cadres needed for the rural development plans of the country – and to this end create innovative academic programmes. At the same time, evolve HRD package (including training) suitable for the development of each region.To help in working out S&T intervention modules, particularly for the development leap-frogging of the backward regions, by synergizing the resources that are available with various stake-holders like UGC, ICAR, CSIR, industries, ISRO, NGOs and private sector institutions.
19ObjectivesTo help create special institutional structures and schemes for nurturing leadership in regional development/ entrepreneurship with special focus on the most backward regions.To sponsor creation of new ‘regional rural development universities’, particularly in the most backward agro-climatic regions where networking-mix is not feasible because of non-availability of the requisite infrastructure and skill at present.
20National Hub for the IUC Regional Hubs Two-tier StructureNational Hub for the IUCTo network the regional platforms for knowledge connectivity ((RPKC)To be housed in a development oriented institutionRegional HubsTo get to the 18 agro-climatic regionsInter-disciplinary mix of Knowledge Centers (Agricultural Institutes, CSIR labs, KVIC, NRM Institutes, Entrepreneurship development centers, Regional planning institutes)
21Chairperson will be an outstanding rural development expert Organizational StructureExecutive HubMembers will be coordinators of RPKC (VC/Director of regional institutes or their nominees)Chairperson will be an outstanding rural development expertRegional HubsEC: representatives from agriculture & natural resources, scientific & industrial sector, enterprise like banking, service & business, NGO farmers,Regional Council : representatives of wider set of institutions like banks, NGOs, special government offices, citizen for a, industries, local governments, etc.
22Professional Dimension` Typical Institution Remarks on the Institution Illustration: Gujarat Plain & Hill RegionsProfessional Dimension`Typical InstitutionRemarks on the InstitutionRegional rural developmentGujarat Vidyapith, AhmedabadInstitute of Rural Development, AnandBoth the institutions together can help plan for the development of rural/ tribal areasRegional PlanningCEPT universityAn unique institute in land-use planning of the rural regionEntrepreneurship developmentEntrepreneurship Development Institute, BhatNationally renowned entrepreneurship training centreHealthCEHAT, CHETNAAn NGO, well-known for health initiativeEnvironmentN.M. Sadguru Water and Development Foundation AKRDP, DSCEnvironment institutes with specialization in watershedSpecific livelihood directionNDDB, GCMMF, emerging Producer Companies in Saurashtra Venkateshwara Hatcheries, SEWA Rural, Private CorporationsThese institutions are nationally known frontlines
23Coordinator Agriculture Development and Technology IUC: Staffing & FunctionalityCoordinatorImproving Programme Planning/ policiesAgriculture Development and TechnologyRural Institute BuildingEconomic Policy AnalysisEmerging TechnologyICTR&D NetworkingHRD Networking
24Experts / functionaries with following responsibility/specialization Staffing of IUCSpecializations:Agriculture development & technologyRural Institute BuildingEconomic policy analysisEmerging technology and networking groupExperts / functionaries with following responsibility/specializationInnovative programme planning / policiesR & D networkingHRD networkingICT support unit – collaboration with CEC, Edusat