2 IPPE: Identification of Blocks and Training of Planning Teams 2457 Blocks identified against proposed 2500 Blocks.About 100,000 Gram Panchayats under the IPPE in these blocksTraining of State Level Resource Persons 9 different locationsAn estimated 250,000 rural youth have been trained
3 State of Completion grassroots work on IPPE Other States reporting Significant CompletionAll selected IPPE BlocksArunachal PradeshTamil Nadu (88 out of the 98 identified blocks)BiharChhattisgarhOdisha (81 out of the 180 identified blocks)Madhya PradeshManipurOthers in various stages of completion.MeghalayaMizoramMaharashtra to complete by 15th January, Gujarat by and Tripura by 31st of January.SikkimWest Bengal
4 State of Data EntryAs on 11th January, data entry process has started in 911 of the identified IPPE Blocks.Data entry has started in 21,516 Gram Panchayats out of the 92,176 Gram Panchayats marked as covered under IPPESome states have reported that Data Entry would be completed by 15th of January. West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Manipur, SikkimMost other states have reported that ata Entry would be completed by 31st of JanauryTripura (7th Feb), Gujarat (15th Feb) and Tamil Nadu (15th Feb) are the only states that have sought time in to February.
5 States with highest percentage of Blocks having started Data Entry Number of IPPE Blocks IdentifiedNumber of Blocks started Data Entry% of Blocks started Data Entry1KERALA22100%2TAMIL NADU989698%3WEST BENGAL12411190%4MIZORAM151280%5SIKKIM6RAJASTHAN645078%7CHHATTISGARH1057874%8UTTARAKHAND181372%9UTTAR PRADESH40325764%10HARYANA231461%
6 States with highest percentage of Gram Panchayats having started Data Entry Number of IPPE Gram Panchayats IdentifiedNumber of Gram Panchayats started Data Entry% of Gram Panchayats started Data Entry1KERALA14613693%2SIKKIM352674%3WEST BENGAL118786173%4MIZORAM51532964%5ARUNACHAL PRADESH81346157%6CHHATTISGARH7126359750%7TAMIL NADU3230145945%8RAJASTHAN247311099HARYANA104844242%10UTTAR PRADESH2606610906
7 Group-I: Status of LB Data entry in IPPE Blocks StateNo. of IPPE BlocksNo. of IPPE Blocks mapped by the StateNo. of Blocks Started entryNo. of Panchayats in declared blocksNo. of Panchayats Started EntryDemand ProjectionNew worksARUNACHAL PRADESH61602816813283102BIHAR293539469918226CHHATTISGARH105761571263374232GOA1HIMACHAL PRADESH1124257KERALA225146136MAHARASHTRA13813410850191MEGHALAYA8416NAGALAND2438996ODISHA18021317464RAJASTHAN37247371385SIKKIM43523UTTARAKHAND18123163648740WEST BENGAL12410719118779895National Total2500232778315592177182202021- LB meetings will be held on Feb, 2015 for States where data entry will be completed by then
8 Group-I: Status of Data entered in IPPE Blocks (PDs in Lakhs) StatesDemand SideSupply Side (Works)Estimated Demand (PDs) by vulnerable Jobcard HoldersEstimated Demand (PDs) from other HHsTotal demand (PDs)PDs can be generated from Ongoing Works*Estimated PDs from new worksTotal PDsFrom Agri. related worksFrom other worksARUNACHAL PRADESH38.250.1038.359.335.81BIHAR21.595.7827.370.231.91CHHATTISGARH315.81108.37424.1910.901.77GOA0.00HIMACHAL PRADESH0.550.020.56KERALA172.3322.25194.580.04MAHARASHTRA3.268.7512.01MEGHALAYA0.01NAGALAND28.960.0328.99ODISHA6.751.227.980.690.66RAJASTHAN102.23110.16212.391.231.08SIKKIM4.843.938.78347.71UTTARAKHAND19.143.5022.630.341.95WEST BENGAL515.40139.33654.7353.9526.09National Total642.84143.1863.10*States are requested to correct the estimated PDs in ongoing works
9 Group-II: Status of LB Data entry in IPPE Blocks StateNo. of IPPE BlocksNo. of IPPE Blocks declared by the StateNo. of Blocks Started entryNo. of Panchayats in declared blocksNo. of Panchayats Started EntryDemand ProjectionNew worksANDHRA PRADESH1162541ASSAM130GUJARAT77424125385HARYANA23132104843910JAMMU AND KASHMIR271179139JHARKHAND17125038KARNATAKA69922202076MADHYA PRADESH18012231MANIPUR26152131516105MIZORAM1251531918PUNJAB130193TAMIL NADU988473230909TELANGANA78761430TRIPURA3262UTTAR PRADESH403224452606793271274National Total2500232778315592177182202021- LB meetings will be held on Feb, 2015 for States where data entry will be completed by then
10 Group-II: Status of Data entered in IPPE Blocks (PDs in Lakhs) StatesDemand SideSupply Side (Works)Estimated Demand (PDs) by vulnerable Jobcard HoldersEstimated Demand (PDs) from other HHsTotal demand (PDs)PDs can be generated from Ongoing WorksEstimated PDs from new worksTotal PDsFrom Agriculture related worksFrom other worksANDHRA PRADESH0.00ASSAMGUJARAT0.39HARYANA4.454.068.510.901.20JAMMU AND KASHMIR7.380.958.33JHARKHAND0.410.100.51KARNATAKA64.014.1068.111.960.15MADHYA PRADESH0.13MANIPUR57.4618.0575.5145.5715.19MIZORAM54.780.0154.792.110.18PUNJAB1.542.05TAMIL NADU266.7159.35326.061.362.56TELANGANATRIPURAUTTAR PRADESH293.47152.25445.7214.574.56National Total642.84143.1863.10*States are requested to correct the estimated PDs in ongoing works
11 Impact on Demand Estimation and Planning Demand: Some enhancement in the demand for employment compared to Labour Budget forWorks: Data Entry is slower for Works.About 70% of all works are agriculture related works. This is much higher than the proposed minimum of 60% of all works.Higher participation in the planning processes.Barefoot Engineers can further enhance planning and estimation of works.
12 Labour Budget 2015-16 Examination of LB will be done by Secy RD Pre-requisites for calling for LB discussion:Completion of IPPE exercise as per guidelinesCompletion of data entry of IPPE /Non-IPPE areasMatching of demand-supply (works) – Report 20.2Compliance to the 60% works in agricultureDetailed steps for operationalising convergence
13 Group-I: Performance against agreed to LB (%age of PDs generated against LB upto Dec, 14)
14 Group-II: Performance against agreed to LB (%age of PDs generated against LB upto Dec, 14)
15 Group-I: Performance against Previous Year (PDs generated in lakhs) Stateupto Dec, 13upto Dec, 14%age ChangeARUNACHAL PRADESH32.96.7-79.58BIHAR596.0329.1-44.78CHHATTISGARH738.7551.1-25.40GOA0.71.498.55HIMACHAL PRADESH190.6135.0-29.21KERALA592.1315.3-46.74MAHARASHTRA356.6411.515.41MEGHALAYA173.559.8-65.54NAGALAND142.149.9-64.86ODISHA427.8368.6-13.84RAJASTHAN1216.81360.911.84SIKKIM26.615.4-41.95UTTARAKHAND126.052.6-58.26WEST BENGAL987.11214.723.06NATIONAL-16.41-States are requested to share the reasons of decline in employment generation
16 Group-II: Performance against Previous Year (PDs generated in lakhs) Stateupto Dec, 13upto Dec, 14%age ChangeANDHRA PRADESH1390.51276.2-8.22ASSAM196.8145.9-25.84GUJARAT149.1139.2-6.58HARYANA82.946.6-43.76JAMMU AND KASHMIR206.240.8-80.23JHARKHAND313.8313.3-0.17KARNATAKA416.1298.2-28.34MADHYA PRADESH555.21106.699.31MANIPUR89.078.0-12.34MIZORAM83.524.6-70.53PUNJAB71.650.8-28.96TAMIL NADU2952.82124.3-28.06TELANGANA884.4838.5-5.19TRIPURA319.9217.8-31.92UTTAR PRADESH1442.6771.9-46.49NATIONAL-16.41-States are requested to share the reasons of decline in employment generation
17 Group-I: Delayed Payment (FY 14-15 & 13-14) (% of wages paid after 15 days of closure of MR)
18 % Delay in payment of wages Group-I: Delayed Payment (FY 14-15) (period wise % of payment of wages)Statewith in 15 days% Delay in payment of wages15 to 30 days30 to 60 days60 to 90 daysmore than 90 daysARUNACHAL PRADESH50.5517.3017.0010.045.11BIHAR28.4014.7921.0514.6521.11CHHATTISGARH29.8115.4517.6913.5323.52GOA42.3043.8510.812.920.11HIMACHAL PRADESH23.5729.3831.4311.544.08KERALA16.4722.9937.3717.935.24MAHARASHTRA22.4331.4827.8611.256.98MEGHALAYA23.5526.0011.0615.82NAGALAND30.889.9825.4526.517.19ODISHA24.7229.7226.159.809.60RAJASTHAN38.9142.8015.942.060.30SIKKIM44.6911.0117.3614.7312.21UTTARAKHAND74.748.553.503.62WEST BENGAL8.2612.2622.6724.1132.70NATIONAL28.2227.9124.4410.498.94
19 Group-II: Delayed Payment (FY 14-15 & 13-14) (% of wages paid after 15 days of closure of MR)
20 % Delay in payment of wages Group-II: Delayed Payment (FY 14-15) (period wise % of payment of wages)Statewith in 15 days% Delay in payment of wages15 to 30 days30 to 60 days60 to 90 daysmore than 90 daysANDHRA PRADESH30.2944.7322.691.440.85ASSAM36.4920.2025.5711.686.06GUJARAT48.0626.8016.765.243.15HARYANA16.9219.4531.6319.7212.29JAMMU AND KASHMIR22.6111.5318.6514.0133.20JHARKHAND68.1118.799.552.730.83KARNATAKA13.7916.6524.7917.3627.42MADHYA PRADESH18.2028.0431.5313.298.94MANIPUR91.707.850.340.080.04MIZORAM97.003.000.010.00PUNJAB8.223.219.0010.5069.07TAMIL NADU28.5429.6429.499.892.45TELANGANA21.3544.4028.523.502.23TRIPURA84.0010.374.051.25UTTAR PRADESH19.8022.4027.7317.4012.66NATIONAL28.2227.9124.4410.49
21 Group-I: Agriculture related works (FY 2014-15)
22 Group-II: Agriculture related works (FY 2014-15)
23 Rural Sanitation IHHLs continue in MGNREGA as stand-alone: Segregation of GPs between SBM-R and MGNREGS(to be done by District Collectors)Rs. 12,000 per IHHLWater provision mandatoryIdentified GPs to become ODFPlans to be prepared before 31st March
24 Number convergence partner Ministries /Dept State NameNumber convergence partner Ministries /DeptContribution from MGNREGA(In Rs cr)Contribution from Line Dept(In Rs cr)Total Project Cost% contribution from line deptANDAMAN AND NICOBAR1112.20.5612.84.38CHHATTISGARH1359538197639GUJARAT28250778964.3HARYANA1412574.620037.4HIMACHAL PRADESH885.812320959KARNATAKA10807452125935.9MADHYA PRADESH7896515641052914.9MAHARASHTRA3081130143878.6MANIPUR22.969.612.676.4MEGHALAYA956.612618268.9MIZORAM456.825.582.331ODISHA941225116619.3RAJASTHAN40834074845.4SIKKIM333.268.210167.2TAMIL NADU1321444176525.2TRIPURA22756740UTTARAKHAND19653710236.3WEST BENGAL613152844415968.4UTTAR PRADESH601.4520.41BIHAR1535.22JHARKHAND12346.14423.63779.9554.32Total -34.39
25 Percentage of works under convergence(FY:14-15)
27 Exp on convergence for major works sanctioned in 2014-15 CategoryTotalExpenditureExp. Cov works%Rural Connectivity10.8Renovation of traditional water bodies1.02Water Conservation and Water Harvesting699.780.66Land Development2.51Category IV1.55Micro Irrigation Works1.635
28 Convergence: Category-wise works Approved in FY 2014-15 SNo.CategoryNo. of Approved WorksTotal WorksWorks with Convergence% of Works with Convergence1Anganwadi36043439.522Coastal Areas23362.583Drought Proofing17830285994.824Rural Drinking Water2590130.55Food Grain1853016.22Flood Control and Protection683813210.477Fisheries36891313.558Micro Irrigation Works26914513020.489Works on Individuals Land (Category IV)457521433319.4710Land Development20552842672.0811Other Works7462411681.5712Play Ground15450.58Rural Connectivity353624206735.8514Rural Sanitation34426416.3115Bharat Nirman Rajeev Gandhi Sewa Kendra36221816Water Conservation and Water Harvesting16298211940.7317Renovation of traditional water bodies9553710931.14Total42676210.69
29 Convergence: Category-wise expenditure on works Approved in FY 2014-15 (Rs. In Lakh) SNo.CategoryExp. on total works taken UpExp. on total works takenUp under convergence% of Exp. with Convergence1Anganwadi308.1995.8631.102Coastal Areas42.741.042.433Drought Proofing4.334Rural Drinking Water403.871.480.375Food Grain83.0216.4319.796Flood Control and Protection283.140.857Fisheries72.653.848Micro Irrigation Works1.639Works on Individuals Land (Category IV)1.5510Land Development2.5111Other Works66.620.3912Play Ground5951.340.2313Rural Connectivity10.7814Rural Sanitation19.8815Bharat Nirman Rajeev Gandhi Sewa Kendra90.236.5516Water Conservation and Water Harvesting699.780.6617Renovation of traditional water bodies1.02Total4.95
30 State wise expenditure details: Group-I Sr. No.StatesApproved state convergence SCPPerformance of SCPContribution fromTotal project costTotal expenditureMGNREGAline dept.(in lakh)from MGNREGA forfrom line dept. foragainst on SCPconvergence project12345678ARUNACHAL PRADESH1.96BIHAR891.25CHHATTISGARH595003808597585441.710.24441.96GOAHIMACHAL PRADESH8576123312090778.76KERALA469.32MAHARASHTRA3078411301714380150.3MEGHALAYA5656125561821244.839NAGALAND10ODISHA9412922483116612340.1411RAJASTHAN40812339877479912SIKKIM3324681610140539.0273.71612.7313UTTARAKHAND650337031020640.980.5341.5114WEST BENGAL131509284397415906120.93
31 State wise expenditure details: Group-II Sr. No.StatesApproved state convergence SCPPerformance of SCPContribution fromTotal project costTotal expenditureMGNREGAline dept.(in lakh)from MGNREGA forfrom line dept. foragainst on SCPconvergence project12345678ANDHRA PRADESHASSAMGUJARAT281815074978930HARYANA124927462199541.61JAMMU AND KASHMIR112.13JHARKHAND661.1KARNATAKA8066345228125891MADHYA PRADESH8965001564009MANIPUR296960125610MEGHALAYA5656125561821244.8311MIZORAM567925538232257.4412PUNJAB99.1513TAMIL NADU13210544399176504695.3814TELANGANA15TRIPURA340402269456734100.6916UTTAR PRADESH6.47
32 Issues for discussions Non submission of SCP in required format/ with requisite approval – Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Kerala, Nagaland and Telanganauploading of dataBest practicesInternal Monitoring mechanismNumber of joint Guidelines issued
33 States to operationalise this convergence on priority IWMP ConvergenceWatershed treatment a high priority under MGNREGAGuidelines for convergence with IWMP issued on 11th Aug 2014Watersheds under MGNREGA:Comprehensive plan covering all needed areasTraining of the TAs by SLNA at MGNREGA costConvergence in IWMP Blocks:Already under implementationExtra NRM works required but couldn’t be taken up for want of IWMP fundsTechnical inputs will come from WDTs at a costNew IWMP projectsAll labour intensive NRM works under MGNREGAOther works under IWMPStates to operationalise this convergence on priority
34 Progress of Road-side plantation on PMGSY roads StateLength planted (Kms)Number of plants plantedWest BengalAndhra Pradesh3762752536Jharkhand17089512670Karnataka2383477000Assam692.47461647Tamil Nadu1500300000Arunachal Pradesh1100290000Madhya Pradesh817281100Chhattisgarh269.08151263Bihar270100000Orissa500NagalandUttar Pradesh1000Meghalaya46568224Puducherry*16550000Telangana30049459All India total396851,19,90,545
35 Group-I: Expected vs Actual Outcome (FY 2014-15) StateNo. of Works with "expected outcome" filledNo. of Works completed with "actual outcome" recordedNo. of Works where actual outcome > 10% of expected outcomeNo. of Works where actual outcome < - 10% of expected outcomeARUNACHAL PRADESH210311BIHAR22164630081236198CHHATTISGARH601592257990139GOA35118HIMACHAL PRADESH6654622127168221KERALA1151281195671150MAHARASHTRA166546807251176697MEGHALAYA57453451NAGALAND251141ODISHA18067622101119145RAJASTHAN300579993011211753SIKKIM192133353UTTARAKHAND2934496561530WEST BENGAL3048852708088165India Total76292666366234
36 Group-II: Expected vs Actual Outcome StateNo. of Works with "expected outcome" filledNo. of Works completed with "actual outcome" recordedNo. of Works where actual outcome > 10% of expected outcomeNo. of Works where actual outcome < - 10% of expected outcomeANDHRA PRADESHNAASSAM359471338598171GUJARAT680351243695199HARYANA792822781136JAMMU AND KASHMIR19354307648JHARKHAND8176117828162245KARNATAKA71677752533452542MADHYA PRADESH32501713775314771119MANIPUR771028935MIZORAM520833431PUNJAB60741732TAMIL NADU23237366350580921TELANGANATRIPURA6460583401348UTTAR PRADESH364066117226558436India Total76292666366234
37 Group-I: Status of indication, releases and balances available (Rs Group-I: Status of indication, releases and balances available (Rs. In Lakh)StatesFund Allocation based on BETotal Central funds releasedBalance to be releasedArunachal Pradesh890.60BiharChhattisgarhGoa38.7836.951.83Himachal PradeshKeralaMaharashtraMeghalayaNagalandOdishaRajasthanSikkimUttarakhandWest BengalNational
38 Group-II: Status of indication, releases and balances available (Rs Group-II: Status of indication, releases and balances available (Rs. In Lakh)StatesFund Allocation based on BETotal Central funds releasedBalance to be releasedAndhra PradeshAssamGujaratHaryanaJammu and KashmirJharkhandKarnatakaMadhya PradeshManipurMizoramPunjabTamilnaduTelangana169660TripuraUttar PradeshNational
39 Group-I: State funds yet to be released Shortfall in State release (Rs. In Lakhs)ARUNACHAL PRADESH938.06BIHARCHHATTISGARHGOAHIMACHAL PRADESHKERALAMAHARASHTRAMEGHALAYANAGALANDODISHA645.54RAJASTHANSIKKIMUTTAR PRADESHWEST BENGALNATIONAL
40 Group-II: State funds yet to be released Shortfall in State release (Rs. In Lakhs)ANDHRA PRADESHASSAMGUJARATHARYANA3753.8JAMMU AND KASHMIRJHARKHANDKARNATAKAMADHYA PRADESHMANIPURMIZORAM832.61PUNJABTAMIL NADUTELANGANATRIPURAUTTARAKHANDNATIONAL
41 Certain directions issued State to implement all payment modules (wages, material & Admin) through eFMS before 1st April, 2015.Postal Dept has to be brought fully under eFMS.Only one eFMS account at the State level.All other accounts to be closed, amounts pooled.Link of State treasuries with PFMS
42 Group-I: Status of eFMS implementation StateTotal BlocksTotal GP's% of GPs (for wages)% of GPs (for Material)% of GPs (for Admin)ARUNACHAL PRADESH11218270.0BIHAR5348529100.0CHHATTISGARH1469815GOA11190HIMACHAL PRADESH78324396.7KERALA152978MAHARASHTRA35428572MEGHALAYA391823NAGALAND741175ODISHA3146232RAJASTHAN2499177SIKKIM3118010.0UTTARAKHAND95799995.7WEST BENGAL3413349Total679024806993.158.744.3
43 Group-II: Status of eFMS implementation StateTotal BlocksTotal GP's% of GPs (for wages)% of GPs (for Material)% of GPs (for Admin)ANDHRA PRADESH65512997100.0ASSAM23826444.25.3GUJARAT223142330.0HARYANA1256141JAMMU AND KASHMIR3204162JHARKHAND260443543.625.8KARNATAKA1765632MADHYA PRADESH31323013MANIPUR423102MIZORAM26828PUNJAB1461311699.9TAMIL NADU38512524TELANGANA4438866TRIPURA581135UTTAR PRADESH82352033Total679024806993.158.744.3
44 Status of eFMS expansion implementation StateTotal BlocksNo. of Blocks under eFMS expansion planTotal GP's in eFMS exp. planeFMS Implemented GPs for wages% of eFMS Implemented GPs for wagesARUNACHAL PRADESH1129716820.0ASSAM238794100.0BIHAR5348529GOA11190HIMACHAL PRADESH783243313796.7J & K3201484133JHARKHAND26048803MAHARASHTRA3542982366423661MANIPUR42413028MEGHALAYA391823MIZORAM26828NAGALAND741175PUNJAB146221833183299.9SIKKIM3130171105.8TAMIL NADU38531710644TRIPURA581135UTTARAKHAND957888755595.8WEST BENGAL3413183138Total31442264741105740077.5
45 Group-I: Aadhaar Seeding & Conversions to APBS StateTotal WorkerTotal No. of Aadhaar seeded in MIS% of Aadhaar seeded in MISNo. of Aadhaar pending for PO VerificationTotal Number of Aadhaar ConfirmedTotal Number of Workers Converted into APBAr. Pd1745110.0BIHAR79199CHHATTISGARH3096994.9212573779144187GOA10958488044.516093253HP91551576599283.717894714800389381KERALA82.3613423194040MAHARASHTRA47.6790419122086MEGHALAYA5929201NAGALAND484513ODISHA2555656.3135075106722RAJASTHAN34.150079SIKKIM978876809269.61502152818UTTARAKHAND74543127960.414481337WEST BENGAL13.6809102767042National Total29.1
46 Group-II: Aadhaar Seeding & Conversion to APBS StateTotal WorkerTotal No. of Aadhaar seeded in MIS% of Aadhaar seeded in MISNo. of Aadhaar pending for PO VerificationTotal Number of Aadhaar ConfirmedTotal Number of Workers Converted into APBANDHRA PRADESH87.0ASSAM40.0GUJARAT1423737.28033754436HARYANA76491345405959.410138234454397322J & K1JHARKHAND65.8401424169039KARNATAKA40.9115343MADHYA PRADESH11.261866748632158898MANIPUR60304241680.718102357MIZORAM237842PUNJAB67853261960991.331672561360276781TAMIL NADU30.6586723TELANGANA85.5TRIPURA57427147.6128079444038UTTAR PRADESH303090.314779146803077National Total29.1
47 Group-I: Status of Technical Assistants (TAs) StateEsti. TAs required ( Active JC)TAs in placeARUNACHAL PRADESH6621BIHAR13541078CHHATTISGARH1255879GOA4HIMACHAL PRADESH2751060KERALA76128MAHARASHTRA9111075MEGHALAYA17093NAGALAND16789ODISHA9821441RAJASTHAN2095556SIKKIM29UTTARAKHAND24392WEST BENGAL3159809NATIONAL2651627802
48 Group-II: Status of Technical Assistants (TAs) StateEsti. TAs required ( Active JC)TAs in placeANDHRA PRADESH16552452ASSAM80270GUJARAT423504HARYANA19455JAMMU AND KASHMIR370566JHARKHAND76568KARNATAKA9621181MADHYA PRADESH197660MANIPUR20944MIZORAM92135PUNJAB222115TAMIL NADU3362385TELANGANA936(?)9039TRIPURA252344UTTAR PRADESH28275542NATIONAL2651627802
49 Cluster Facilitation Team: Progress Deliverables: 1st Deliverable is preparation of Integrated Watershed Development Plans by 2nd October 2014.Planning Activities: - Planning process in CFT blocks has been dovetailed with IPPE /250 CFT blocks selected for IPPE. - Monitoring format sought on preparation of plans from each block /250 CFT blocks sent format.Funds for Year 1: 100%: Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Telengana, Bihar. 5%: Andhra Pradesh. 0%: Uttar Pradesh.
50 Cluster Facilitation Team: Status BlocksMonitoring FormatCSO'sCFT'sStateSanctioned BlocksOperational BlocksDeliverable of Integrated PlanNo of CSOs registered on MISNo of CFTs registered on MIS for Year 1Andhra Pradesh70/70/10/21Bihar2525/251/129/29Chhattisgarh2623/269/931/53Jharkhand7676/7624/2862/186Madhya Pradesh3290/324/53/57Maharashtra1312/1311/1130/31Odisha2219/2213/1317/17Rajasthan150/157/133/29Telangana55/51/15Uttar Pradesh110/110/33West Bengal1817/183/310/48Total250209177/25074/86188/519
51 Next Steps for State Governments Sanctions: Ensure district administration provides timely sanctions for the plans prepared.Orders: Issue orders to recognise technical inputs by CFTs as required.Barefoot Engineers: Ensure 1 BE placed for every 2500 active job card holders.Capacity Building: Organise state level trainings to build capacity of all CFT members in basics of MGNREGS and SRLM norms for SHG’s and convergence.
52 Complete Basic Requirements: Ensure required number of CFTs are set up, personnel recruited and data entry done in the MIS.Next review: On other deliverables of: 100 days employment to all active SC/ST job cards & 75% wages to be paid on time.
53 Next Steps for CFTsPlanning: Complete plan preparation of all GP’s of cluster.Gram Sabha’s: Ensure Gram Sabha’s conducted to pass plans and prioritise works.Awareness Activities: Conduct activities for awareness of entitlements. Ensure Rozgar Diwas is be conducted in every ward.Labour Groups: Start formation of Labour Groups to access entitlements.Capacity Building: Continuous capacity building of SHG members, PRI functionaries, NREGA workers, front line functionaries.
54 Barefoot Engineers: Concepts Definition: BEF is an educated person from MGNREGS worker household.Scope: 1 BEF placed for every 2500 active job cards holders in IPPE Blocks.Tasks: Identify works, conduct technical surveys, assist in planning and estimate preparation, give lay out for works, supervise work execution, record measurement.Supervision: BEFs will be guided by technical assistant/Junior Engineer/Assistant Engineer. Their recorded measurements will be check measured by Junior EngineerPayment: Paid as skilled workers through 1% of work estimate via muster roll.
55 Barefoot Engineers: Progress so far Development of National Occupational Standards (NOS): On Barefoot Engineers drafted in conjunction with ILO, DDU-GKY, National Skill Development Corporation.Ratification of NOS: Consultation to ratify NOS with technical persons in state governments held in December 2014.Guidelines on Barefoot Engineers: Issued on 2nd January 2015 detailing definition, scope of work, eligibility, identification, selection etc.
56 Barefoot Engineers: Next Steps Identification of areas: State governments to identify those areas in 2500 IPPE blocks which require Barefoot Engineers by 31st January 2015.Selection of Candidates: State governments to identify suitable candidates meeting eligibility criteria by 28th February Preference to be given to SC/ST and women candidates.Training of Selected Candidates: First phase of training for Barefoot Engineers based on NOS via DDU-GKY from April – June 2015.Certification of Barefoot Engineers: On conclusion of training DDU-GKY with certify BEF’s as per NOS and recognised by National Skills Development Council.Deployment: State Governments to recognise trained BEF’s and deploy them in identified areas.
57 Labour Groups Mandate: As per Section 28 of Schedule I of the Act, state governments are to undertake the task of organising MGNREGS workers into Labour Groups.Minimum Principles:To operationalise this provision, a draft of Principles on Organisation of Workers has been shared with States for comments.
58 Labour Groups: Main Provisions Definition: Labour group will consist of households with jobcards which has worked for 10 days in the previous year and contiguous to neighbourhood level (i.e. hamlet, tola)Role: Ensure worker entitlements as per the Act & strengthen community monitoring of the implementation of the program.Process of formation: Programme Officers to undertake the task of labour group formation with assistance of GRS and records group details on MIS.
59 Labour Groups: Main Provisions Functioning: Labour groups will have two leaders and meet regularly.Mandated regular meetings between labour group leaders and GP officials to be institutionalised for redress of grievances.Existing Labour Groups: May be approached to assist state governments in an advisory role and interaction formalised through regular meetings such as samvaads etc.
60 Labour Groups: Next Steps State governments to initiate labour group formation in 2500 IPPE Blocks.Process:List of eligible HHs (10 days work) on websiteOrganised habitation-wiseMeeting of these HHs at habitation level in Jan/FebVoluntary formation of group based on homogeneityIdentification of two leaders within the groupRegistration of group in the website by the POCompletion of formation of groups by October 2015 – to be monitored monthly by States
61 Status of roll out of Special Project for Social Audit Out of 28 States, 18 States have not set up SAUs as per the Audit of Scheme RulesResource personsState level:Sanctioned: 149Filled : 63Vacant: 86 (notifications issued for only 12)District level:Sanctioned: 1182Filled: 582Vacant: 600 (notification issued only for 38 vacancies)
62 Synergy with C&AGMeeting held with the C&AG on 1/12/2014 to review the implementation of the Audit of Scheme Rules, 2011.Following decisions taken: a) The C&AG will undertake a Compliance Audit on the implementation of the Audit of Scheme Rules, 2011 b) Principal Accountant General/his nominee would participate as a member in the Governing Bodies of State Social Audit Units and advise the Units on ways to strengthen social audits in the State c) Conducting a National Workshop with Directors, State Social Audit Units; Principal Secretaries, Department of Rural Development and Principal Accountant Generals of all States on 13th March 2015
63 Recent DevelopmentsGovernment of Bihar to undertake a Social Audit Campaign in partnership with MoRD and local CSOs in 200 GPs (2nd Feb-19th Feb 2015)Government of Jharkhand to undertake a Social Audit Campaign in partnership with MoRD and local CSOs in 50 GPs (8th Feb-28th Feb 2015)Monthly Video Conference to review the status of compliance with Audit of Scheme Rules, 2011
64 Skilling MGNREGA workers Eligibility: 15 days workTypes:Agricultural labour cooperativesConstruction labour cooperativesSkilling for job placementIdentification of agencies by DDU-SKYTime lines proposed in the Note – to be finalised after discussion