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Ministry of Rural Development Government of India TRAINING
Establishment and Strengthening of State Institutes of Rural Development and Extension Training Centres 28 SIRDs and 89 ETCs imparting training to RD functionaries and elected representatives of PRIs and officials. 50% recurring expenditure of SIRDs in non-N.E. States and 90% in N.E. States and Sikkim met by MoRD including 100% support for 5 core faculty in all SIRDs. Rs.10 lakhs per annum per ETC towards recurring expenditure. 100% support for infrastructural development for SIRDs and ETCs. ALLOCATION AND RELEASES IN AND ( Rs. in crores ) Year Allocation Released
Releases to SIRDs in (Rs. In lakhs) StateRecurringNon-Recurring Releases made under OTC* TSST**Total Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Proposal not received Jammu & Kashmir0.00 Jharkhand0.00 Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh * Orientation Training Courses ** Training Support Service Technology
Releases to SIRDs in (Rs. In lakhs) ….Contd. StateRecurringNon-Recurring Release made under OTC TSSTTotal Maharashtra Proposal not received Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Proposal not received Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Proposal not received Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal Total
StateNo. of ETCsRecurringNon-RecurringTSSTTotal Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh1ETC not functional Assam Bihar 3 ETCs not functional Chhattisgarh Goa No ETC Gujarat 3 ETCs not functional Haryana Himachal Pradesh J&K Jharkhand 2 ETCs not functional Kerala Karnataka Madhya Pradesh Releases to ETCs in (Rs. In lakhs)
StateNo. of ETCsRecurringNon - RecurringTSSTTotal Maharashtra ManipurNo ETC Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan SikkimNo ETC Tamil Nadu TripuraNo ETC Uttar Pradesh Uttrakhand West Bengal Total Releases to ETCs in …..Contd. (Rs. In lakhs)
SIRDs and ETCs TRAINING PERFORMANCE IN , , and
Training programmes by SIRDs/ETCs in and STATE (Provisional) Training Programmes Participants Training Programmes Participants Andhra Pradesh 6,885262,565 4,646217,813 Arunachal Pradesh 443, ,834 Assam 1,14956,443 1,14744,538 Bihar ,869 Chhattisgarh 1,43753,345 5,8722,07,924 Goa 1587, ,910 Gujarat 53361, ,041 Haryana 38927, ,766 Himachal Pradesh 453, ,291 Jammu & Kashmir 2037, ,538 Jharkhand 271, Karnataka ,342 3,19489,019 Kerala 1,11144,
Training programmes by SIRDs/ETCs in and Contd. STATE (Provisional) Training Programmes Participants Training Programmes Participants Madhya Pradesh 2,779186,512 1,20541,619 Maharashtra 1,10550, ,122 Manipur 672, ,421 Meghalaya 572, ,608 Mizoram 745, ,780 Nagaland 664, ,549 Orissa 52317,680 2,01792,583 Punjab 1,26459,328 1,548142,719 Rajasthan 974, ,418 Sikkim 502, ,182 Tamil Nadu 88245,442 1,43051,103 Tripura ,680 Uttar Pradesh 1795, ,700 Uttarakhand 7,495337,542 3,873204,115 West Bengal 1573, ,216 Total 27,0651,372,251 30,92913,61,429
Some Suggestions The DRDA may make use of funds available under different programmes for training of RD functionaries and DRDA staff. Available infrastructural facilities in districts may be utilized for off- campus programmes by SIRDs & ETCs. All functionaries at DRDAs should receive training once in two years. Database on training of DRDA staff to be prepared by each DRDAs and other Block level functionaries. Dedicated Training programmes for DRDA members may be held to clear the backlog by involving SIRDs/ETCs. The DRDAs should involve themselves in the Lab-to-Land initiative where it is being taken up in selected blocks. DRDA may consider taking up new blocks in the consultation with State Government & SIRDs. Success stories/ Best practices may be documented for replication.
State-wise list of Blocks adopted for Lab-to-Land initiative Sl. No. StateDistrictBlock 1 Andhra Pradesh Srikakulum Palakonda Srikakulam Vizianagram Nellimarla Vishakapatnam Madugula Padamnabhan East Godavari Kakinada Ambajipeta West Godavari Nidadavole Krishna Kankipadu Machilipatnam Pamarru Pedaparupudi Guntur Amravathi Manglagiri Prakasham Podili Nagaluppalappadu Nellore Seetharamapuram Dagadarthi Kodavalur Nellore Muthukur
State-wise list of Blocks adopted for Lab-to-Land initiative Contd… Sl. No. StateDistrictBlock Chitoor Chandragiri Cuduppah Lingala Yerraguntla Sidhout Anantpur Atmakur Anantapur Obuladevaracheruvu Penu Konda Kurnool Nandyal Dhone Mahbubnagar Farooqnagar Amangal Jadcherla Rangareddi Quthbullapur Medchal Chevella Manchal
Sl. No. StateDistrictBlock 16 ManipurThobulKakachin 17 MeghalayaRibhoiUmsning 18 MizoramKolasibThingdawl 19 NagalandKohimaJakhama RD Block 20 OrissaCuttakKantapada, KandhmalKandhmal, KeonjharSaharpada MayurbanjRauran GajapatiNaugada 21 Punjab Fatehgarh Sahib Kheri 22 RajasthanBhilwaraSawana 23 SikkimSouth DistrictJorethang 24 Tamil NaduVillupuramOlakkur 25 TripuraWest TripuraKathalia 26 Uttar PradeshChitrakootMau 27 UttarakhandUdham Singh NagarRudrapur 28West BengalNadiaShantipur State-wise list of Blocks adopted for Lab-to-Land initiative contd…..
MINISTRY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT Government of India 17 EMPOWERING RURAL INDIA through
BACKGROUND Central Govt. implements a large number of welfare & development Programmes in rural areas According to one mapping over 250 programmes are implemented in the District Central Govt. & State Governments together spend nearly Rs. 8,00,000 crore on various welfare & development Programmes. MoRD alone has an out lay of Rs 87,800 crore The success of Programmes depends on b) Generating awareness regarding entitlements and processes a)Enhancing people’s participation c)Developing the understanding and capacity of the frontline implementers
DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES Inadequate knowledge and understanding of functionaries at GP level GPs are poorly equipped with manpower and equipment The capacity for delivering public service at Block level is not upto the required level Poor infrastructure in the rural areas
DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES Contd… Lack of participation of people in decision making and governance Poor Human capital Poor participation of women Apathy of bank and Financial institutions
Voluntary Action: An answer to development challenges Limitation of Government machinery can be overcome by : a)Creation of a knowledge community; b)Establishing a village based cadre of volunteers who will: i) Actively support administrative machinery/PRIs ii) Establish close contact with house holds. iii) Facilitate delivery of services
Objectives of BNVs Enhance legal literacy of people Create awareness about health, sanitation, education, social evils, improved agricultural methods, livelihood, innovation & technology environment etc. Make them participate in decision making process Mentor the rural households who are stake holders about their rights, obligations and process to avail the benefits.
Objectives of BNVs Contd… Support Govt. machinery & PRIs in performing their duties. Facilitate social audit of Govt. programmes Expedite grievance redressal of people Improve quality of implementation by providing feedback Conflict resolution within the rural community Promote camaraderie among the rural people
Terms of engagement - Eligibility - Any individual above 18 yrs of age and willing to contribute to welfare and development programme of Govt. at GP and Block level - Tenure – Life time subject to fulfilling the prescribed condition for conduct and discipline -Engagement - Upon registration and acceptance of application BNV shall be engaged for effective implementation of Govt. programmes in the Block or the GP where she/he is registered -Training – Three days orientation training shall be provided to acquaint them about various Govt. programmes and implementation process.
Terms of engagement contd…. -Attachment of Rural Households – A BNV shall be attached to a maximum of 40 households in his/her close neighborhood - Reporting Officer – BNV shall be under the charge of a counselor to be designated by BDO who shall guide him/her in performance of his/her functions. - Work Diary – A BNV shall maintain a Work Diary containing work details allotted and Performed. - Appraisal and Awards – Based on gradation of work and Performance BNV would be entitled for awards at District, Block levels containing citation.
Role of BNVs Rural Reporter (Wall News paper/Community Radio) Data Entry. Vigilance & Monitoring Census /enumeration ( data base of Rural HHs/SHGs/Projects/ BPL census. Feedback on all RD & SW Programmes. Banking Correspondents. Catalyst for Mobilization of SHGs. Promoting Health, Sanitation & Nirmal Gram. Encourage Literacy & Education Facilitating Legal Aid & literacy Enhancing Food Security. Facilitating House sites & Housing Natural Resource Management & Eco – restoration Any other work
Expected Outcome Better access to Basic Public Services. Improvement in outreach of Govt. Programme especially for Women, Dalit and Tribals. Improvement in Human Development indicators Accelerated Poverty Reduction. Rural Infrastructure Development. Establishment of Vibrant People’s Institutions.
Expected Outcome contd …. Democratization of governance at the grassroots Effective implementation of Programmes Effective redressal of grievances Support to PRIs/ Admn. Better Management of Natural Resources. Greater Transparency & Accountability. Enhancing benefits for poor & needy. Leadership development in Rural community. Cohesive rural community
Sources of Funds Convergence of all available funds for Training, Administrative Expenses & IEC at Block & GP level under various Programme
Present status of BNV S. No.State NameNo. of BNV 1ANDHRA PRADESH 703 2GUJARAT 447 3HARYANA HIMACHAL PRADESH 33 5KERALA 86 6MADHYA PRADESH RAJASTHAN 96 8MAHARASHTRA 752 9PUNJAB TAMIL NADU CHHATTISGARH 63 12UTTARAKHAND 302 Total 9746
BNV from Lab to Land Cheededu : A Model to emulate AMR APARD takes lead in organising, motivating and initiating rural youths in a village CHEEDED for voluntary action; Regular visits by APARD officials and film shows, weekly meetings were held; BNVs were introduced to various Government programmes and were given orientation about rights, entitlement and process and obligation of beneficiaries of different schemes; A film on Gangadevpalli-A Model for voluntary action for rural development was shown; 32
BNV from Lab to Land Cheededu : A Model to emulate Interaction of BNVs held with Block officials and other line departments; Assigned households, BNVs identified various problems faced by the villagers, BNVs formed different committees; Alcoholism was identified as one of the biggest evils affecting socio economic conditions of people; Volunteers undertake counseling and total prohibition is achieved. The liquor vendors closed their shops voluntarily. Many villagers were motivated to give up tobacco chewing. 33
Oath of Allegiance I, a Bharat Nirman Volunteer/Panchayat Member/Villager/Officer, having solemnly resolved to participate voluntarily in LAB TO LAND Initiative and strive my level best to bring a holistic and sustainable development of Cheeded Gram Panchayat. I shall try my level best to acquire knowledge on various state and central government programmes meant for rural development and see that quality services and benefits are properly delivered to the citizens to the fullest extent. I will also act as a catalyst to enlighten the people to act against various forms of evils existing in the society and shall endeavor to build a Knowledgeable and Empowered Community in my village/Place where I am working. I shall make every effort to make Cheeded Village globally known for the transformation it is going to bring in near future. 34
BNV from Lab to Land Cheeded : A Model to emulate contd Volunteers motivate PHC to organize a screening camp for testing haemoglobin of village women for the first time; Since most found anaemic, iron supplements were arranged to be provided; BNVs also took initiative in sanitation and helped to construct household latrines, clearing litters scattered in the village; BNVs generate awareness regarding social evils like Child marriage, motivate for educating girls, 35
BNV from Lab to Land Cheeded : A Model to emulate contd BNV experiment has brought about a behavioral change in people and in the level of their participation in decision making resulting in better implementation of rural development programmes; The Cheeded model has been replicated in 78 other villages in Andhra Pradesh and other states; 36
Steps to Village Transformation 1.Select Village and form Core Group at Block level : BDO, Extension Officers, Line Depts, LDM, Bank manager, GP Sarpanch, Ward Member of select village, others 2.Train Core Group 3.Collect IEC / Training materials – films, posters, pamphlets, etc. 4.Fix dates for evening discussions and screening of films at village on development issues 5.Formulate village development agenda – natural resources management – fallow, pasture, barren, farm and ceiling surplus land, watershed development, vermicomposting for solid waste management, water management, forest development, livelihoods, poverty reduction, improve agriculture, fisheries & AH, financial inclusion, health/nutrition (reduce IMR, MMR, birth rates), education, literacy, drinking water, sanitation (open defecation free), rural marketing, social security, skill development, roads, tanks, electricity, GP resources through taxes, fees, etc., communications (wallnewspapers) 37
Steps to Village Transformation 6.Form sectoral committees ; identify & train volunteers to steer the committees; 7.Oath taking ceremony 8.Prepare Village Development Plans (VDPs) in consultation with Line Depts – identify activities / projects / beneficiaries, estimate cost, prepare budget 9.Draw resources from ongoing programmes, implement VDPs & Track Progress using monitoring indicators, give feedback to Banks/Line Depts 10.Document processes 11.Create Master Trainers out of Volunteers and spread to neighbouring villages 38