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1 WELCOME TO Shri.J.P.DANGE,I.A.S CHAIRMAN & MEMBER SECRETARY OF MAHARASHTRA FINANCE COMMISSION

2 A.M.R- A.P.ACADEMY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT CENTRE FOR NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (CNRM)

3  Center for Natural Resource Management (CNRM)- Andhra Pradesh Academy of Rural Development (APARD) was created within Andhra Pradesh Academy of Rural Development through G.O.Ms.No.381, PR & RD (RD-IV) Department, dated  The existing centers in APARD, viz Centre for Poverty Alleviation (CPA), State Resource Centre for Water Sanitation (SRCWS) and Learning Centre (LC) are hereby reorganized as Centre for Natural Resource Management (CNRM)

4 PROGRAMMES  MGNREGS  SOCIAL AUDIT  IWMP  INDIRA JALA PRABHA (IJP)  WATERSHED EVALUATION  LAB-TO-LAND INITIATIVE(KEYCAP)

5 MGNREGS  No.of districts : 22  No.of mandals : 1098  No.of GPs :  No.of Habitations :  No.of job cards issued : 1,23,00,416  No.of SSS groups : 4,82,615  No.of labour in SSS groups : 87,15,280  Total expenditure since inception (Feb,2006 to ) : Rs 17,146 crores

6  Wages : Rs 12,688 crores  Material & skilled wages : Rs 3,556 crores  Skilled wages : Rs 902 crores

7 MGNREGS SERP Horticulture Dept Minor Irrigation Dept RWSForest Dept Panchayat Raj Dept Tribal Welfare Dept

8 Non- Negotiables (adopted since inception)  No contractors & No labour displacing machinery  Minimum 100 days to all demanded Households  Wage Payment with in a week  Equal wages to men and women  Works identified by Gramsabhas, Mandal Parishads, Zilla Parishads only 8

9 HUMAN RESOURCES  Project Director,DWMA :22  Additional Project Directors : 22  Assistant Project Directors : 171  Mate Training Coordinators : 186  Programme Officers :1098  Additional Programme Officers:1098  Engineering Consultants : 944  Technical Assistants : 3539  Field Assistants :  Mates : 4,82,615

10 Payment of wage system Muster Roll & Measurement Book Cash

11 Opening of Muster Closing of Muster Roll Measurement & Check Measurement Pay Order & Preparation of Cheques Disbursement of wages in post office Conveyance of cash to BPM Handing over cheque to BPM Data Entry in MCC Mon Day 1 Sat Day 6 Sat-Mon Day 6-8 Mon-Tue Day 8-9 Tue-Wed Day 9-10 Wed-Fri Day Wed - Sat (Day ) Sat-Mon Day 6-8 Fixed Payment cycle

12  An Exclusive strategy for providing continuous assured employment for PoP (Poorest of the Poor) Households and create assets for the PoP.  Each SSS will be assigned worth of 100 days work at a time, which ensures the wage employment for the whole year.  This avoids benami names in musters  Better worksite management  Easy for data entry and monitoring Shrama Shakti Sanghas

13 Electronic Muster & Measurement System (eMMS)  The objective is to achieve complete transparency in implementation of MGNREGS by obtaining LIVE data from the Worksite to the Website on day to day basis.  The mobile technology is customised and deployed for the MGNREGS field functionaries through different mobile applications like e-Muster, e- Measurement, e-muster verification and e-check measurement.  eMMS is designed to arrest distortions in the programme like Muster Fudging; Delays in Payments; Binami Wageseekers; Fake Measurements and Work Duplication.

14 eMMS Process

15 Electronic Fund Management System (eFMS)  The eFMS is introduced basically to avoid parking of funds with POs and DPCs. This ensured efficient fund transfer system through online money transfers  All the MCCs and DCCs are networked to the central server and through that to a central fund in which all the MGNREGA funds are lodged.  eFMS enables electronic transfer of money to an account of disbursing agency (post office/smart card bank etc) where there is a requirement and allows optimum utilization of funds.  eFMS avoids deficiency of funds or excess of funds at Mandal level.  The Mandal level staff is liberated from the maintenance of cheque books and maintenance of detailed account books.

16 Wage seeker Post Office A/c Smart Card Bank A/c Supplier A/c Employee A/c eFMS Process Reconciliation Acknowledgement CBS System UTR No NREGS Server Bank Server RBI Server Fund Transfer Order (FTO) MPDO Office Data Transfer of FTOs

17 Wage payments through Smart cards  MGNREGS payments are done in the village using bio-metric identification process using smart cards.  Each beneficiary is issued a biometric smart card (finger print technology)  Banks appoints a Customer Service Provider (CSP) in each village identified by the banker equipped with a smart card reader networked to the bank server.  Each beneficiary is given a bank account after biometric authentication by the bank.  All disbursements are credited electronically to the accounts of the beneficiaries.  Banks arrange cash to the CSP using a Business Correspondent (BC).

18 Biometric Technology … Image Template Receipt Generation Slot Slot to capture thumb print Slot to insert Operator / Customer card Arrow Key for starting the device F button 18 AXIS BANK BLC MEKALA NARAYANAMMA DoB: 05-AUG-1965 D/o. Guntala Lingaiah VILLAGE: DOMA MANDAL: ACHAMPET

19 Smart Card Payments -Process Flow Block Office Business Correspondent CASHCash Disbursement BANK Payment to Labor by Agent e- payorder

20  Social audit system through a Society for Social Audit, accountability & transparency (SSAAT) formed with social activists from top to bottom.  Each mandal is taken for social audit once in 6 months  All muster rolls and the all the works are inspected by the social auditors before the people.  All the records are obtained 10 days before by the functionaries of SSAAT  The reports of the social audit are read out in the village level in the Gram Sabha and the Mandal level public hearing. Decisions like booking Criminal cases, recovering the misappropriated amount are taken on the spot. 20 SSAAT

21 HUMAN RESOURCES  State Team Monitors : 07  SRPs : 65  DRPs : 700  VSAs : 1,20,000

22 Social Audit Follow up Action  Total Amount objected in Social Audit : Rs 92.5 Cr  Total Amount recovered : Rs Cr  No.of officials dismissed : 4791  No.of officials suspended : 1772  No.of FIRs booked : 641  Departmental enquiries initiated : 1862

23 IWMP YEARNO.OF PROJECTS Project area (In lakh ha) TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT (in lakhs) Total ,35,771.72

24 HUMAN RESOURCES  Project Directors,DWMA  Additional Project Directors  Assistant Project Directors (Tech)  Project Officers  Technical Officers  Technical Officers (I &CB)  Watershed Assistants  Vos  Watershed Committee  User Groups

25 INDIRA JALA PRABHA (IJP)  MGNREGA-RIDF CONVERGENCE PROJECT  3 YEARS PROJECT  Rs 1800 crores  10 lakh acres fallow and uncultivated lands into cultivable under assured irrigation

26 HUMAN RESOURCES  Project Directors,DWMA  Additional Project Directors(MGNEGS),DWMA  APDs (MGNREGS)  ECs(MGNREGS)  TAs (MGNREGS)  Geologists  CIGs  BUGs

27 TRAININGS CONDUCTED YEARNo.of TRAININGSNUMBER TRAINED

28 FUNDS SANCTIONED/RELEASED YEARSANCTIONED (IN LAKHS)RELEASED ( IN LAKHS) Nil

29 METHODOLGY  TNA by RD  Workshop for developing modules and session plans  Reading material preparation  Pool of Resource persons from among practitioners  Allotment of Course Directors  Evaluation  Course Completion

30 COMPUTER BASED TUTORIALS (1) FARM POND (2) DUG OUT POND (3) STORAGE FARM POND (4) SUNKEN PIT (5) EARTHEN BUND (6) STONE BUND (7) ROCK FILL DAM (8) LOOSE BOULDER STRUCTURE (9) DIVERSION DRAIN

31 COMPUTER BASED TUTORIALS (10)DEEP PLOUGHING (11)BOULDER REMOVAL (12)SAND APPLICATION (13)SCRUB JUNGLE CLEARNACE (14)APPLICATION OF DESILTED SOIL TO FIELDS (15)LAND LEVELLING

32 DOCUMENTARY FILMS (1) e-MMS (2) e-FMS

33 PUBLICATIONS (1) PO/APOs Manual (2) Technical Manual (3) Field Assistant Manual (4) Social Audit Cartoon books (5) Process Manual for DPR Preparation for IWMP (6) Manual for Artificial Ground water Recharge (7) Technical Assistant handbook (Non-tech TAs

34 WATERSHED EVALUATION (1) Dr.R.SURENDRA KUMAR (2) Prof.R.RATNASWAMY (3) Dr.K.KESAVA REDDY (4) Dr.M.YADAGIRI RAO (5) Dr.J.KRISHNA REDDY (6) Sri.N.PASCAL (7) Dr.Poulomi Banerjee (8) N.S.Dhama

35  Mid-term evaluation of DPAP,DDP,IWDP : 48 were completed  Final Evaluation of 58 watersheds were completed  Mid-term evaluation of 4 community model watersheds implemented by ICRISAT in four states is being taken up

36 Sl. No Name of the State Name of the District Name of the TDET model watershed Name of the block/ Taluk/ Tehsil Names of the project villages 1MaharashtraAhmednagarDolasane- Bambalewadi Sangamner taluk (1) Dolasane (2) Bamblewadi 2RajasthanDob-NevajJhadol tehsil(1) Atwal (2)Dob (3) Nevaj 3Madhya Pradesh RaisenPadarlya- Siyalwada (or) Garbhan Nadi Silwani block (1) Chor Pipliya (2) Rampura (3)Dungariya Khurd (4)Siyalwada (5)Gaganwada (6)Padariya Kalan 4Tamil NaduDindigulAmmainaickanurNilakottai taluk (1)Kannimanagar (2)Pottikulam (3)Nakkampatti (4)Sadaiyandipuram (5)Rajathanikottai (6)Gobalapuram

37 LAB-TO-LAND INITIATIVE (KEYCAP)  Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India had organized a workshop on 22 nd and 23 rd July 2010 at New Delhi to strengthen local self governance and accelerate rural development and also called for a convergence and coordinated approach to reach out to the people and remove all barriers to communication. In this national workshop a concept of lab-to-land initiative was mooted to demonstrate full achievement of objectives of all welfare and development programmes sponsored by both Central and State Governments in rural areas.


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