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1 Performance Review Committee (PRC) meeting Jan, 2015 (MGNREGA Division) 1

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 blocks Training of State Level Resource Persons 9 different locations An estimated 250,000 rural youth have been trained

3 State of Completion grassroots work on IPPE All selected IPPE Blocks Arunachal Pradesh Bihar Chhattisgarh Madhya Pradesh Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Sikkim West Bengal Other States reporting Significant Completion Tamil Nadu (88 out of the 98 identified blocks) Odisha (81 out of the 180 identified blocks) Others in various stages of completion. Maharashtra to complete by 15 th January, Gujarat by and Tripura by 31 st of January.

4 State of Data Entry As on 11 th 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 IPPE Some states have reported that Data Entry would be completed by 15 th of January. West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Manipur, Sikkim Most other states have reported that ata Entry would be completed by 31 st of Janaury Tripura (7 th Feb), Gujarat (15 th Feb) and Tamil Nadu (15 th Feb) are the only states that have sought time in to February.

5 Number of IPPE Blocks Identified Number of Blocks started Data Entry % of Blocks started Data Entry 1KERALA22 100% 2TAMIL NADU989698% 3WEST BENGAL % 4MIZORAM151280% 5SIKKIM5480% 6RAJASTHAN645078% 7CHHATTISGARH % 8UTTARAKHAND181372% 9UTTAR PRADESH % 10HARYANA231461% States with highest percentage of Blocks having started Data Entry

6 Number of IPPE Gram Panchayats Identified Number of Gram Panchayats started Data Entry % of Gram Panchayats started Data Entry 1KERALA % 2SIKKIM352674% 3WEST BENGAL % 4MIZORAM % 5 ARUNACHAL PRADESH % 6CHHATTISGARH % 7TAMIL NADU % 8RAJASTHAN % 9HARYANA % 10UTTAR PRADESH % States with highest percentage of Gram Panchayats having started Data Entry

7 Group-I: Status of LB Data entry in IPPE Blocks 7 State No. of IPPE Blocks No. of IPPE Blocks mapped by the State No. of Blocks Started entry No. of Panchayat s in declared blocks No. of Panchayats Started Entry Demand Projectio n New works Demand Projection New works ARUNACHAL PRADESH BIHAR CHHATTISGARH GOA HIMACHAL PRADESH KERALA MAHARASHTRA MEGHALAYA NAGALAND ODISHA RAJASTHAN SIKKIM UTTARAKHAND WEST BENGAL National Total 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) 8 States Demand SideSupply Side (Works) Estimated Demand (PDs) by vulnerable Jobcard Holders Estimate d Demand (PDs) from other HHs Total demand (PDs) PDs can be generated from Ongoing Works* Estimated PDs from new works Total PDs From Agri. related works From other works ARUNACHAL PRADESH BIHAR CHHATTISGARH GOA0.00 HIMACHAL PRADESH KERALA MAHARASHTRA MEGHALAYA NAGALAND ODISHA RAJASTHAN SIKKIM UTTARAKHAND WEST BENGAL National Total *States are requested to correct the estimated PDs in ongoing works

9 Group-II: Status of LB Data entry in IPPE Blocks 9 State No. of IPPE Blocks No. of IPPE Blocks declared by the State No. of Blocks Started entry No. of Panchayat s in declared blocks No. of Panchayats Started Entry Demand Projectio n New works Demand Projection New works ANDHRA PRADESH ASSAM GUJARAT HARYANA JAMMU AND KASHMIR JHARKHAND KARNATAKA MADHYA PRADESH MANIPUR MIZORAM PUNJAB TAMIL NADU TELANGANA TRIPURA UTTAR PRADESH National Total 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) 10 States Demand SideSupply Side (Works) Estimated Demand (PDs) by vulnerabl e Jobcard Holders Estimate d Demand (PDs) from other HHs Total demand (PDs) PDs can be generated from Ongoing Works Estimated PDs from new works Total PDs From Agriculture related works From other works ANDHRA PRADESH ASSAM0.00 GUJARAT HARYANA JAMMU AND KASHMIR JHARKHAND KARNATAKA MADHYA PRADESH MANIPUR MIZORAM PUNJAB TAMIL NADU TELANGANA TRIPURA UTTAR PRADESH National Total *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 for Works: 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 Examination of LB will be done by Secy RD Pre-requisites for calling for LB discussion: – Completion of IPPE exercise as per guidelines – Completion of data entry of IPPE /Non-IPPE areas – Matching of demand-supply (works) – Report 20.2 – Compliance to the 60% works in agriculture – Detailed steps for operationalising convergence

13 Group-I: Performance against agreed to LB (%age of PDs generated against LB upto Dec, 14) 13

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) 15 Stateupto Dec, 13upto Dec, 14%age Change ARUNACHAL PRADESH BIHAR CHHATTISGARH GOA HIMACHAL PRADESH KERALA MAHARASHTRA MEGHALAYA NAGALAND ODISHA RAJASTHAN SIKKIM UTTARAKHAND WEST BENGAL NATIONAL States are requested to share the reasons of decline in employment generation

16 16 Group-II: Performance against Previous Year (PDs generated in lakhs) Stateupto Dec, 13upto Dec, 14%age Change ANDHRA PRADESH ASSAM GUJARAT HARYANA JAMMU AND KASHMIR JHARKHAND KARNATAKA MADHYA PRADESH MANIPUR MIZORAM PUNJAB TAMIL NADU TELANGANA TRIPURA UTTAR PRADESH NATIONAL States are requested to share the reasons of decline in employment generation

17 Group-I: Delayed Payment (FY & 13-14) (% of wages paid after 15 days of closure of MR) 17

18 Group-I: Delayed Payment (FY 14-15) (period wise % of payment of wages) 18 State with in 15 days % Delay in payment of wages 15 to 30 days 30 to 60 days 60 to 90 days more than 90 days ARUNACHAL PRADESH BIHAR CHHATTISGARH GOA HIMACHAL PRADESH KERALA MAHARASHTRA MEGHALAYA NAGALAND ODISHA RAJASTHAN SIKKIM UTTARAKHAND WEST BENGAL NATIONAL

19 Group-II: Delayed Payment (FY & 13-14) (% of wages paid after 15 days of closure of MR) 19

20 Group-II: Delayed Payment (FY 14-15) (period wise % of payment of wages) 20 State with in 15 days % Delay in payment of wages 15 to 30 days 30 to 60 days 60 to 90 days more than 90 days ANDHRA PRADESH ASSAM GUJARAT HARYANA JAMMU AND KASHMIR JHARKHAND KARNATAKA MADHYA PRADESH MANIPUR MIZORAM PUNJAB TAMIL NADU TELANGANA TRIPURA UTTAR PRADESH NATIONAL

21 Group-I: Agriculture related works (FY ) 21

22 Group-II: Agriculture related works (FY ) 22

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 IHHL – Water provision mandatory – Identified GPs to become ODF – Plans to be prepared before 31 st March

24 State Name Number convergence partner Ministries /Dept Contribution from MGNREGA(In Rs cr) Contribution from Line Dept(In Rs cr) Total Project Cost % contribution from line dept ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR CHHATTISGARH GUJARAT HARYANA HIMACHAL PRADESH KARNATAKA MADHYA PRADESH MAHARASHTRA MANIPUR MEGHALAYA MIZORAM ODISHA RAJASTHAN SIKKIM TAMIL NADU TRIPURA UTTARAKHAND WEST BENGAL UTTAR PRADESH BIHAR JHARKHAND Total

25 Percentage of works under convergence(FY:14-15)

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27 Exp on convergence for major works sanctioned in Category Total Expenditure Exp. Cov works % Rural Connectivity Renovation of traditional water bodies Water Conservation and Water Harvesting Land Development Category IV Micro Irrigation Works Total

28 Convergence: Category-wise works Approved in FY SNo.Category No. of Approved Works Total Works Works with Convergence % of Works with Convergence 1Anganwadi Coastal Areas Drought Proofing Rural Drinking Water Food Grain Flood Control and Protection Fisheries Micro Irrigation Works Works on Individuals Land (Category IV) Land Development Other Works Play Ground Rural Connectivity Rural Sanitation Bharat Nirman Rajeev Gandhi Sewa Kendra Water Conservation and Water Harvesting Renovation of traditional water bodies Total

29 Convergence: Category-wise expenditure on works Approved in FY (Rs. In Lakh) SNo.Category Exp. on total works taken Up Exp. on total works takenUp under convergence % of Exp. with Convergence 1Anganwadi Coastal Areas Drought Proofing Rural Drinking Water Food Grain Flood Control and Protection Fisheries Micro Irrigation Works Works on Individuals Land (Category IV) Land Development Other Works Play Ground Rural Connectivity Rural Sanitation Bharat Nirman Rajeev Gandhi Sewa Kendra Water Conservation and Water Harvesting Renovation of traditional water bodies Total

30 State wise expenditure details: Group-I Sr. No.States Approved state convergence SCPPerformance of SCP Contribution from Total project cost Total expenditure MGNREGAline dept.(in lakh) from MGNREGA for from line dept. for against on SCP (in lakh) convergence project (in lakh) ARUNACHAL PRADESH BIHAR CHHATTISGARH GOA HIMACHAL PRADESH KERALA MAHARASHTRA MEGHALAYA NAGALAND ODISHA RAJASTHAN SIKKIM UTTARAKHAND WEST BENGAL

31 State wise expenditure details: Group-II Sr. No.States Approved state convergence SCPPerformance of SCP Contribution from Total project cost Total expenditure MGNREGAline dept.(in lakh) from MGNREGA for from line dept. for against on SCP (in lakh) convergence project (in lakh) ANDHRA PRADESH ASSAM GUJARAT HARYANA JAMMU AND KASHMIR JHARKHAND KARNATAKA MADHYA PRADESH MANIPUR MEGHALAYA MIZORAM PUNJAB TAMIL NADU TELANGANA TRIPURA UTTAR PRADESH

32 Issues for discussions Non submission of SCP in required format/ with requisite approval – Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Kerala, Nagaland and Telangana uploading of data Best practices Internal Monitoring mechanism Number of joint Guidelines issued

33 IWMP Convergence Watershed treatment a high priority under MGNREGA Guidelines for convergence with IWMP issued on 11 th Aug 2014 Watersheds under MGNREGA: – Comprehensive plan covering all needed areas – Training of the TAs by SLNA at MGNREGA cost Convergence in IWMP Blocks: – Already under implementation Extra NRM works required but couldn’t be taken up for want of IWMP funds Technical inputs will come from WDTs at a cost – New IWMP projects All labour intensive NRM works under MGNREGA Other works under IWMP States to operationalise this convergence on priority

34 Progress of Road-side plantation on PMGSY roads State Length planted (Kms) Number of plants planted West Bengal Andhra Pradesh Jharkhand Karnataka Assam Tamil Nadu Arunachal Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Chhattisgarh Bihar Orissa Nagaland Uttar Pradesh Meghalaya Puducherry* Telangana All India total396851,19,90,545

35 Group-I: Expected vs Actual Outcome ( FY ) State No. of Works with "expected outcome" filled No. of Works completed with "actual outcome" recorded No. of Works where actual outcome > 10% of expected outcome No. of Works where actual outcome < - 10% of expected outcome ARUNACHAL PRADESH BIHAR CHHATTISGARH GOA HIMACHAL PRADESH KERALA MAHARASHTRA MEGHALAYA NAGALAND ODISHA RAJASTHAN SIKKIM UTTARAKHAND WEST BENGAL India Total

36 Group-II: Expected vs Actual Outcome State No. of Works with "expected outcome" filled No. of Works completed with "actual outcome" recorded No. of Works where actual outcome > 10% of expected outcome No. of Works where actual outcome < - 10% of expected outcome ANDHRA PRADESH NA ASSAM GUJARAT HARYANA JAMMU AND KASHMIR JHARKHAND KARNATAKA MADHYA PRADESH MANIPUR MIZORAM PUNJAB TAMIL NADU TELANGANA 0000 TRIPURA UTTAR PRADESH India Total

37 Group-I: Status of indication, releases and balances available (Rs. In Lakh) States Fund Allocation based on BE Total Central funds released Balance to be released Arunachal Pradesh Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Himachal Pradesh Kerala Maharashtra Meghalaya Nagaland Odisha Rajasthan Sikkim Uttarakhand West Bengal National

38 Group-II: Status of indication, releases and balances available (Rs. In Lakh) States Fund Allocation based on BE Total Central funds released Balance to be released Andhra Pradesh Assam Gujarat Haryana Jammu and Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Madhya Pradesh Manipur Mizoram Punjab Tamilnadu Telangana Tripura Uttar Pradesh National

39 Group-I: State funds yet to be released State Shortfall in State release (Rs. In Lakhs) ARUNACHAL PRADESH BIHAR CHHATTISGARH GOA HIMACHAL PRADESH KERALA MAHARASHTRA MEGHALAYA NAGALAND ODISHA RAJASTHAN SIKKIM UTTAR PRADESH WEST BENGAL NATIONAL

40 Group-II: State funds yet to be released State Shortfall in State release (Rs. In Lakhs) ANDHRA PRADESH ASSAM GUJARAT HARYANA JAMMU AND KASHMIR JHARKHAND KARNATAKA MADHYA PRADESH MANIPUR MIZORAM PUNJAB TAMIL NADU TELANGANA TRIPURA UTTARAKHAND NATIONAL

41 Certain directions issued a)State to implement all payment modules (wages, material & Admin) through eFMS before 1 st April, b)Postal Dept has to be brought fully under eFMS. c)Only one eFMS account at the State level. d)All other accounts to be closed, amounts pooled. e)Link of State treasuries with PFMS

42 Group-I: Status of eFMS implementation State Total Blocks Total GP's % of GPs (for wages) % of GPs (for Material) % of GPs (for Admin) ARUNACHAL PRADESH BIHAR CHHATTISGARH GOA HIMACHAL PRADESH KERALA MAHARASHTRA MEGHALAYA NAGALAND ODISHA RAJASTHAN SIKKIM UTTARAKHAND WEST BENGAL Total

43 Group-II: Status of eFMS implementation State Total Blocks Total GP's % of GPs (for wages) % of GPs (for Material) % of GPs (for Admin) ANDHRA PRADESH ASSAM GUJARAT HARYANA JAMMU AND KASHMIR JHARKHAND KARNATAKA MADHYA PRADESH MANIPUR MIZORAM PUNJAB TAMIL NADU TELANGANA TRIPURA UTTAR PRADESH Total

44 Status of eFMS expansion implementation State Total Blocks No. of Blocks under eFMS expansion plan Total GP's in eFMS exp. plan eFMS Implemented GPs for wages % of eFMS Implemented GPs for wages ARUNACHAL PRADESH ASSAM BIHAR GOA HIMACHAL PRADESH J & K JHARKHAND MAHARASHTRA MANIPUR MEGHALAYA MIZORAM NAGALAND PUNJAB SIKKIM TAMIL NADU TRIPURA UTTARAKHAND WEST BENGAL Total

45 Group-I: Aadhaar Seeding & Conversions to APBS State Total Worker Total No. of Aadhaar seeded in MIS % of Aadhaar seeded in MIS No. of Aadhaar pending for PO Verification Total Number of Aadhaar Confirmed Total Number of Workers Converted into APB Ar. Pd BIHAR CHHATTISGARH GOA HP KERALA MAHARASHTRA MEGHALAYA NAGALAND ODISHA RAJASTHAN SIKKIM UTTARAKHAND WEST BENGAL National Total

46 Group-II: Aadhaar Seeding & Conversion to APBS StateTotal Worker Total No. of Aadhaar seeded in MIS % of Aadhaar seeded in MIS No. of Aadhaar pending for PO Verification Total Number of Aadhaar Confirmed Total Number of Workers Converted into APB ANDHRA PRADESH ASSAM GUJARAT HARYANA J & K JHARKHAND KARNATAKA MADHYA PRADESH MANIPUR MIZORAM PUNJAB TAMIL NADU TELANGANA TRIPURA UTTAR PRADESH National Total

47 Group-I: Status of Technical Assistants (TAs) State Esti. TAs required ( Active JC)TAs in place ARUNACHAL PRADESH 6621 BIHAR CHHATTISGARH GOA 40 HIMACHAL PRADESH KERALA MAHARASHTRA MEGHALAYA NAGALAND ODISHA RAJASTHAN SIKKIM 2921 UTTARAKHAND WEST BENGAL NATIONAL

48 Group-II: Status of Technical Assistants (TAs) State Esti. TAs required ( Active JC)TAs in place ANDHRA PRADESH ASSAM GUJARAT HARYANA JAMMU AND KASHMIR JHARKHAND KARNATAKA MADHYA PRADESH MANIPUR MIZORAM PUNJAB TAMIL NADU TELANGANA 936(?)9039 TRIPURA UTTAR PRADESH NATIONAL

49 Cluster Facilitation Team: Progress Deliverables: 1st Deliverable is preparation of Integrated Watershed Development Plans by 2nd October 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 Blocks Monitoring FormatCSO'sCFT's State Sanctioned Blocks Operatio nal Blocks Deliverable of Integrated Plan No of CSOs registered on MIS No of CFTs registered on MIS for Year 1 Andhra Pradesh 700/70/10/21 Bihar 25 25/251/129/29 Chhattisgarh 26 23/269/931/53 Jharkhand 76 76/7624/2862/186 Madhya Pradesh 3290/324/53/57 Maharashtra 13 12/1311/1130/31 Odisha 22 19/2213/1317/17 Rajasthan 15 0/157/133/29 Telangana 555/51/11/15 Uttar Pradesh 1100/111/10/33 West Bengal 18 17/183/310/48 Total /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 CFTs Planning: 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 Engineer Payment: 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 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 31 st January Selection of Candidates: State governments to identify suitable candidates meeting eligibility criteria by 28 th 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 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 website – Organised habitation-wise – Meeting of these HHs at habitation level in Jan/Feb – Voluntary formation of group based on homogeneity – Identification of two leaders within the group – Registration of group in the website by the PO Completion 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 Rules Resource persons State level: – Sanctioned: 149 – Filled : 63 – Vacant: 86 (notifications issued for only 12) District level: – Sanctioned: 1182 – Filled: 582 – Vacant: 600 (notification issued only for 38 vacancies)

62 Synergy with C&AG Meeting held with the C&AG on 1/12/2014 to review the implementation of the Audit of Scheme Rules, 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 13 th March 2015

63 Recent Developments Government of Bihar to undertake a Social Audit Campaign in partnership with MoRD and local CSOs in 200 GPs (2 nd Feb-19 th Feb 2015) Government of Jharkhand to undertake a Social Audit Campaign in partnership with MoRD and local CSOs in 50 GPs (8 th Feb-28 th Feb 2015) Monthly Video Conference to review the status of compliance with Audit of Scheme Rules, 2011

64 Skilling MGNREGA workers Eligibility: 15 days work Types: – Agricultural labour cooperatives – Construction labour cooperatives – Skilling for job placement Identification of agencies by DDU-SKY Time lines proposed in the Note – to be finalised after discussion


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