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1 Maharashtra State Plan (Annual & Perspective) Rajiv Gandhi Panchayat Sashaktikaran Abhiyaan 31 st July, 2013 RGPSA Central Executive Committee Meeting New Delhi. Department of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Government of Maharashtra

2 Sr.ConditionStatus 1) Regular elections to Panchayats under the superintendence and control of the State Election Commission (SEC) Elections to all the three tiers of Panchayats take place every 5 years through SEC 2) At least 1/3 rd reservation for women in Panchayats of other local bodies 50% reservation for women in Panchayats is in effect since ) Constitution of State Finance Commission (SFC) every five years, and placement of Action Taken Report on the recommendations of the SFC in the State Legislature SFC is constituted regularly and three reports have been presented to the government. Fourth report is in process. 4) Constitution of District Planning Committees (DPCs) in all the districts and issuing of guidelines/ rules to make these functional DPCs are established in all districts of Maharashtra and guidelines are in place Fulfillment of Essential Conditions for RGPSA

3 Panchayati Raj in Maharashtra The Panchayati Raj Institutions in Maharashtra (2012)  Zilla Parishad – 33  Panchayat Samitis – 351  Gram Panchayat – The Elected Representatives and Employees of PRIs in Maharashtra Panchayat Tier Total Elected Representatives Elected Men Representatives Elected Women Representatives Zilla Parishad Panchayat Samiti Gram Panchayat

4 Training/ Capacity Building Infrastructure Institutes for Capacity building of PRIs in Maharashtra (21)  SIRD  Gram Sevak Training Centres – 9 (8 of which have status of Extension Training Centres)  Panchayati Raj Training Centres – 11  Composite Training Centres – 1  Proposed DPRCs: 33 (Upgradation of 21 existing centres and 12 new DPRCs  Existing Manpower: 261 sanctioned posts  Proposed Manpower in DPRCs: Principal (1), Lecturer (3), Clerical(2), Class 4 employee (2)- Total 8 posts  33 DPRCs x 8 = 264  Only 3 additional posts to be sanctioned

5 MAHARASHTRA STATE PLAN FOR RGPSA Sr. NoACTIVITYSTRATEGYANNUAL PLANPERSPECTIVE PLAN OUTPUT 1.Human Resource to PRIs 1.PDOs for larger Gram Panchayats (5000+ population) 2.JEs at block levels PDOs JEs Total: 2071 Lakhs PDOs JEs Total: Lakhs An efficient administrative and technical support system upto the VP level for a strengthened PRI system in the State. 2.Infrastructure Support to GPs Construction of new VP Buildings for VPs without own buildings 700 New VP Buildings Total: 8400 Lakhs 2800 New VP Buildings out of 4337 VPs without own buildings Total: Lakhs RGPSA will bring 2800 New VP Buildings into existence in the State for catering the basic needs of the VPs

6 MAHARASHTRA STATE PLAN FOR RGPSA Sr. No ACTIVITYSTRATEGYANNUAL PLANPERSPECTIVE PLAN OUTPUT 3.Institutional Mechanism for Capacity Building of PRIs 1.SPRC 2.DPRC 3. Upgradation of ETCs to DPRC 4.BPRC 5. Human Resource Support for all above institutions 1. SPRC Office 2.6 New DPRCs 3.2 ETCs to be upgraded to DPRCs 4.33 New BPRCs Total: 1980 Lakhs 1. SPRC Office 2.25 New DPRCs 3.8 ETCs to be upgraded to DPRCs 4.66 New BPRCs Total: 8815 Lakhs The State will develop a strong institutional structure for capacity building and a streamlined implementation system too. 4.Training Contents 1.Training Needs Assesment. 2. Development of Training Modules. 3. Development of Training Material(film/ electronic material) 4. Exposure Visits 5. Evaluation 1.TNA at all three levels of PRI 2. Modules & Materials (AV/Training kits) for each type of training program 3.Exposure visits within the state for 1650 ERs 4. Annual Training Evaluation Reports Total: 124 Lakhs SAME AS ANNUAL PLAN TILL THE PLAN PERIOD Total: Lakhs The State would formulate an effective Training content with interactive modules tailored as per the needs of the ERs and a detailed evaluation report

7 MAHARASHTRA STATE PLAN FOR RGPSA Sr. No ACTIVITYSTRATEGYANNUAL PLANPERSPECTIVE PLAN OUTPUT 5.Capacity Buiding of all Panchayat Functionaries in Synergy with Decentralized Bottom-up Planning day motivation building orientation workshop 2. 3 days gender sensitization training for EWRs 3. 3 days Foundation Training for all ERs Days Microplanning at village level 5. Perspective Plan Preparations of VPs 6. Refresher Trainings 7. Innovative Measure to stregthen EWRs in PRIs: PMSA Orientation workshop for'Prabhag Samitis' comprising representation of functionaries from all 3 tiers of PanchayatiRaj EWRs to be trained using Krantijyoti Module VP ERs to be trained. 4. Foundation Training for functionaries: ZP (10205= 1955 ERs employees) PS (21460= 3910 ERs employees) VPs to go for Microplanning 6.Perspective Plans of 3500 VPs Total: Lakhs SAME AS ANNUAL PLAN SYNCED WITH THE ELECTION CYCLES (Refresher Trainings to follow) The State will possess a regime of trained, vibrant, confident and efficient line of functionaries thereby strengthening the grassroots of democracy in the State.

8 MAHARASHTRA STATE PLAN FOR RGPSA Sr. No ACTIVITYSTRATEGYANNUAL PLANPERSPECTIVE PLANOUTPUT 6.Uninterrupted Power supply to VPs, E-enablement & Training related to IT Usage 1. Uninterrupted power supply to SANGRAM cell of GPs using Solar Energy & UPS 2. IT Trainings at State/DPC/ZP/PS /VP level 3. Online panchayat MIS & performance index 1.Uninterrupted power supply to SANGRAM cell of GPs using Solar Energy (38 VPs with no electricity)& UPS (17000 VPs with considerable amount of power supply) Total: 4345 Lakhs 1.Uninterrupted power supplyto SANGRAM cell of GPs using Solar Energy/ UPS (Depending on the results from Annual Plan Pilot) 2. IT Trainings to functionaries at all levels of PRIs. Total: 8627 Lakhs Already setting its mark as E- Enabled, through SANGRAM, the State will further achieve the target of uninterrupted power supply to all VPs and also have IT savy functionaries for a strong line of coordination and technological use in governance.

9 MAHARASHTRA STATE PLAN FOR RGPSA Sr. No ACTIVITYSTRATEGYANNUAL PLANPERSPECTIVE PLAN OUTPUT 7.Panchayat Processes for Strengthening Panchayats with inadequate resource base 1. Identification, mapping and tracking of Panchayats with inadequate resource base. 2. Strengthening of Panchayats with inadequate resource base by providing them untied grants 3. 1 Day orientation for VP members for improving performance of VPs with lesser grades at block level (On Watch VPs) 1.Identification, mapping and tracking of Panchayats with inadequate resource base. 2. Strengthening of 3411 Panchayats with income less than 50000, providing them Rs as unied grant to be used under State guidelines Orientation Workshops (Biannual in every block) for improving performance of VPs with lesser grades at block level (On Watch VPs) Total: 1946 Lakhs STRATEGY SAME AS ANNUAL PLAN Total: 9867 Lakhs With an existing mechanism to enlist On Watch Panchayats, the State will move a step ahead by mapping and tracking of such VPs and also will be able to track the improvements in these VPs using the ‘Gradation of Panchayats’ mechanism.

10 MAHARASHTRA STATE PLAN FOR RGPSA Sr. No ACTIVITYSTRATEGYANNUAL PLANPERSPECTIVE PLAN OUTPUT 8.Special Thrust for PESA Panchayats 1. Providing adequate human resource support to PESA Panchayats namely Gramsabha Mobilizers, PESA Coordinators at block and district levels. 2. Gramsabha Orientation workshops 3. Training to officers of PESA areas at State/District level Gramsabha mobilizers for 2835 PESA VPs 2.59 PESA Block Coordinators & 12 PESA District Coordinators 3. 2 Day Training to 50 officers of PESA areas at State level and 325 at district level 4. Gramsabha Orientation for 2835 PESA VPs Total: 983 Lakhs STRATEGY SAME AS ANNUAL PLAN Total: 5131 Lakhs The State will achieve the target of both capacity building and development of tribal panchayats and its functionaries thereby putting in place an integral model of development.

11 MAHARASHTRA STATE PLAN FOR RGPSA Sr. No ACTIVITYSTRATEGYANNUAL PLANPERSPECTIVE PLAN OUTPUT 9.Strengthening of State Election Commission 1. Mapping of constituencies 2. Publicity funds for awareness campagins 3. Training 1.Mapping of constituencies Total: 100 Lakhs 1.Mapping of constituencies 2. Publicity funds for awareness campagins 3. Training Total: 200 Lakhs The State Election Commission will set its mark as being one of the first SECs to have done the mapping of constituencies as well as delimitation boundaries.

12 MAHARASHTRA STATE PLAN FOR RGPSA Sr. No ACTIVITYSTRATEGYANNUAL PLANPERSPECTIVE PLAN OUTPUT 10.IEC & Strengthening of Panchayat Processes 1.District/Block/VP level participatory IEC activites 2.Use of various media complementary to IEC gathering and Panchayat Processes 1. District/Block/VP level participatory IEC activites 2.Use of various media complementary to IEC gathering and Panchayat Processes Total: 301 Lakhs The State shall keep reviewing its IEC strategies every year depending on the impact of the activities in the previous year. Total: 1021 Lakhs The State will re-intensify its IEC activities by bringing in more mass awareness campaigns, use of print/electroni c media and various other creative and interactive modes to spread awareness about strenthening the PRIs.

13 MAHARASHTRA STATE PLAN FOR RGPSA Sr. No ACTIVITYSTRATEGYANNUAL PLANPERSPECTIVE PLAN OUTPUT 11.Programme Management 1. SPMU Office 2. DPMU Offices 3. A dedicated SPMU/DPMU Staff headed by the State Programme Director (District PD at DPMU- ZP CEO), assisted by various Dy. PD, Asst. PD, State Consultant (District Consultant at DPMU)and experts from all development sectors in PRIs 4. A brigade of 2000 master trainers& resource persons for catering all types of capacity building trainings 1. SPMU Office 2. A dedicated SPMU Staff headed by the State Programme Director, assisted by various Dy. PD, Asst. PD, State Consultant and experts from all development sectors in PRIs 3. DPMU 4. A dedicated DPMU Staff headed by the District Programme Director (CEO ZP), assisted by District Consultant and experts from all development sectors in PRIs Total: 1532 Lakhs STRATEGY SAME AS ANNUAL PLAN Total: 4773 Lakhs The State will have a dedicated Programme Management Unit both at State and District level ensuring constant monitoring of all activities listed in the plan thereby ensuring successful implementatio n of RGPSA and its significance in the State

14 Key Proposals under RGPSA Training Aspects Systematic TNA, Modules and Audio-Visual training materials for each tier of PRIs Training of Trainers and a pool of Trainers and Resource Persons Special sensitization for 50% elected women representatives to break the gender barrier Localized training for ZP, PS and GP members at ZP Prabhag level to ensure optimal participation STP Training of functionaries under RGPSA funds thereby saving State Resources Hands-on workshops of PS & ZP members for convergence in schemes & budgets Participatory planning in newly elected grampanchayats to provide them an action plan for the next five years Dedicated Panchayat Resource Centres at State District and Block level Systematic empanelment of trainers in all subjects of Panchayati Raj at district level Convergence of training under all PR schemes Various IEC and Innovative Activities Non Training Aspects Panchayat Development Officers for grampanchayats with population Two dedicated Junior Engineers to every Panchayat Samiti Dedicated Gramsabha Mobilizers for 2835 grampanchayats in PESA area Dedicated PESA Coordinators in 59 blocks and 12 districts in PESA area Dedicated office buildings to 4337 grampanchayats without own office Uninterrupted power supply units to 4211 grampanchayats with population Strengthening of State Election Commission for accurate mapping and database of electoral constituencies E-enablement of panchayats for online MIS, progress reports, accounts and tracking of panchayat processes Strengthening of Panchayats with inadequate resource base (Income less than Rs 50,000) Dedicated Programme Management Units at state and district level

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17 FIVE YEAR CONSOLIDATED BUDGET FOR RGPSA

18 Expected Outcomes of RGPSA At The End Of 12 th Plan Expected Outcomes All panchayats will have adequate human resource to manage their business All panchayats will have adequate infrastructure to support their functions There will be a coherent institutional mechanism from state to village level for capacity building and technical hand-holding of panchayats All panchayat functionaries will be equipped with basic functional capacities Newly inducted 50% women elected representatives will be gender sensitized A definite regime of participatory, integrated planning will be established Panchayats will be equipped with more devolved functions, functionaries & funds than before Gramsabhas, mahilasabhas, wardsabhas, general bodies, standing committees and other panchayat platforms will be vibrant with basic panchayat processes Panchayats will become efficient, transparent & accountable through e-governance, online information disclosure, citizen charters and social audit PESA panchayats will be well equipped and aware of their rights, responsibilities & resources An effective, innovative & integrated programme management system with clear focus and priorities will evolve for sustainable panchayati raj


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