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SIRD Colloquium 27 th – 29 th April, 2011 Gangtok, Sikkim Ministry of Rural Development Government of India
Best Practices Ideas Sustainable + Inclusive Development Innovations
From Inputs to Outcomes • • • Staff – Knowledge & Skills Finance Infrastructure Technology Organization INPUTS TRANSFORMATION • • Leadership Convergence Social Mobilization Decision making • Educated & Informed Community • People’s Participation • Accountability • Sustainable Development • Strengthening of PRIs OUTPUTS & OUTCOMES
Programme Issues Mahatma Gandhi NREGA 1. Delays in wage payments 2. Bogus job cards 3. MIS – incomplete data entry and inadequate ICT infrastructure 4. Accounts & Audit : not submitted on time 5. Works – not getting completed & poor quality 6. Social Audit ineffectual 7. Gram Sabhas not effective 8. Inspections not regular 9. Poor record maintenance IAY / Pensions 1. Slow speed of construction 2. Accounts & UCs not being submitted 3. Houses not getting completed 4. Pensions not being paid on time SGSY / NRLM 1. Inadequate Bank Credit 2. Bank Overdues 3. SHGs not cohesive 4. SHG members not trained in bookkeeping, organization of meetings, etc. 5. Lack of access to raw materials and markets 6. Preparation of State Action Plan for NRLM
Finance Stakeholders Leadership & Staff System Performance – Outputs & Outcomes Infrastructur e Process / Technolog y
• • What is the Status of RD Programmes in my State ? MGNREGA SGSY /NRLM IAY NSAP Watershed Sanitation Drinking Water PMGSY • • • Finance Staff Leadership Infrastructure ICT & MIS Monitoring Coordination Planning Stakeholders involvement Organizational Culture Grievance redress What are the hindering factors or the weak areas? • • • Capacity Building Infrastructure Development Engaging professionals / more staff Strengthening MIS Streamlining Accounts & Audit Social Mobilization Better planning Intensive monitoring ; reward systems Convergence What are the solutions ?
Awareness Generation Participation Monitoring Vigilance Accountability • IEC activities – Films, folk dance, drama & songs, quiz contests, Rural Development Week, Prizes & Awards for students, media persons, elected representatives • Gram Sabhas / SHGs to be activated • Convergence based village micro-planning • Tours & Inspections • Computer based MIS - Data entry, reports & analysis • Appraisal & Awards • Activation of VMCs • Third Party Appraisal • Signboards at Project Sites • Social Audit • Grievance Redressal • RTI
Eleventh Plan Vision “We also need to ensure that growth is widely spread so that its benefits, in terms of income and employment, are adequately shared by poor and weaker sections of our society especially the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes and the minorities. … It must generate sufficient volumes of high quality employment to provide the means for uplift of large numbers of our population from the low income low quality occupations in which too many of them have been traditionally locked. ” Hon’ble Prime Minister Foreword to the Eleventh Plan
Eleventh Plan Targets S. No. Target Category Description 1 Income and Poverty i. iii. iv. 2 Education i. 9% GDP growth rate 4% Agriculture growth rate Create new work opportunities Reduction of educated unemployment to less than 5% v. Reduction in poverty by 10% ii. iv. v. Reduction in drop-out rate to 20% (elementary level) Ensure quality education and ensure minimum standard of educational attainment Increasing literacy rate to 85%(7 years +) Reducing gender gap in literacy by 10% points Increasing higher education enrolment to 15% 9
Eleventh Plan Targets S. No. Target Category Description 3 Health i. iii. iv. v. vi. 4 Women and Children i. Raise Sex ratio to 935 for 0 -6 yrs age group ii. Ensure 33% beneficiaries of government schemes are women and girl children iii. Ensure no compulsion to child labour and 10 enjoyment of safe childhood Reduction in IMR to 28 Reduction in MMR to 1 per 1000 live births Reduction in Total Fertility Rate to 2. 1 Clean drinking water to all – no slip backs Child (0 -3 yrs) malnutrition to be halved Anemia among women and children to be halved
Eleventh Plan Targets S. No. 5 Target Category Infrastructure Description i. iii. iv. v. vi. 6 Environment Ensure electricity connection to all villages and BPL households Ensure reliable power Expand irrigation coverage Ensure all weather road connection to all habitations with 1000 and above population (500 and above in hilly and tribal areas) Connect every village by telephone and provide broadband connectivity to all villages Provide housesites to all and to houses to all poor i. Increase forest and tree cover by 5% points ii. Clean river waters iii. Increase energy efficiency by 20 % points 11
Web of Opportunities PURA PANCHA YATS PMGSY WATERS HED NSAP CAPART Mahatma Develop & Gandhi Disseminate NREGA Technology IAY Mo. RD SGSY / NRLM
The Problematique Scheme Stakeholders NRLM / TSC PMGSY / NRDWP MGNREGA / IWMP IAY / NSAP Parliament / Assembly / Media Central & State Governments / Banks Districts/Blocks/ GPs/ Workers / Beneficiaries
Stakeholders Management: Energy vs. Commitment matrix
Benjamin Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning Evaluation Synthesis Application Analysis Understanding Knowledge
Kirkpatrick Model of Training Evaluation Reaction Learning Behaviour Results
David A. Klobb’s Learning Cycle Doing Observing & Reflecting Experimenting Conceptualizing
Scheme for Establishment and Strengthening of SIRDs and ETCs § § § Recurring expenditure of SIRDs – 50% in Non N-E States and 90% in N-E States-met by Mo. RD including 100% support for 5 core faculty. Rs. 10 lakhs per annum per ETC. 100% support for infrastructural development for SIRDs and ETCs.
Releases made to SIRDs during the last two year (Rs. In lakh) Year Recurring Non Recurring OTC* TSST** Total 2009 -10 1, 291. 05 1, 131. 79 39. 55 -- 2, 462. 39 2010 -11 1, 796. 95 2, 422. 57 294. 86 245. 95 4, 760. 33 Total 3, 088. 00 3, 554. 36 334. 41 245. 95 7222. 72 * OTC- Organization of Training Courses ** TSST- Training Support Services with Technology
State-wise releases to SIRDs in 2009 -10 and 2010 -11 (Rs. In crores) State 2009 -10 2010 -11 Rec. Non. Rec. Total Rec. Non. Rec. OTC* TSST** Total Andhra Pradesh 0. 67 2. 78 3. 45 0. 73 1. 36 0. 41 0. 00 2. 50 Arunachal Pradesh 0. 38 0. 13 0. 51 0. 68 0. 56 0. 00 1. 24 Assam 0. 81 1. 62 1. 49 4. 79 0. 26 0. 00 6. 54 Bihar 0. 00 0. 00 Chattisgarh 0. 42 0. 71 1. 13 0. 47 2. 59 0. 00 0. 04 3. 10 Goa 0. 16 0. 01 0. 17 0. 24 0. 00 0. 28 Gujarat 0. 35 0. 00 0. 35 0. 44 0. 00 0. 11 0. 12 0. 67 Haryana 0. 40 0. 00 0. 48 0. 40 0. 00 0. 12 1. 00 Himachal Pradesh 0. 25 0. 00 0. 25 0. 40 0. 00 0. 16 0. 00 0. 56 Jammu & Kashmir 0. 00 2. 66 0. 00
State-wise releases to SIRDs in 2009 -10 and 2010 -11 …. Contd. (Rs. in Crores) State 2009 -10 Rec. Non- Rec. 2010 -11 Total Rec. Non-Rec. OTC TSST Total Karnataka 0. 87 0. 00 0. 87 0. 95 0. 00 0. 95 Kerala 0. 60 0. 15 0. 75 0. 60 0. 00 0. 15 0. 00 0. 75 Madhya Pradesh 0. 84 0. 00 0. 84 0. 78 0. 45 0. 31 0. 00 1. 54 Maharashtra 0. 83 0. 00 0. 83 0. 85 0. 00 0. 27 0. 00 1. 12 Manipur 0. 62 0. 00 0. 62 1. 21 0. 00 0. 13 0. 00 1. 34 Meghalaya 0. 54 1. 32 1. 86 1. 05 0. 73 0. 00 1. 50 3. 28 Mizoram 0. 44 0. 36 0. 80 0. 74 7. 96 0. 00 8. 76 Nagaland 0. 64 0. 35 0. 99 1. 16 0. 30 0. 00 1. 46 Orissa 0. 14 0. 18 0. 32 0. 15 0. 00 0. 26 0. 00 0. 41 Punjab 0. 44 0. 00 0. 44 0. 70 0. 00 0. 11 0. 00 0. 81 Rajasthan 0. 61 0. 00 0. 61 0. 71 0. 00 0. 39 1. 10 Sikkim 0. 61 0. 00 0. 61 1. 22 1. 54 0. 00 2. 76
State-wise releases to SIRDs in 2009 -10 and 2010 -11 …. Contd. (Rs. in crores) State Rec. Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal Total 2010 -11 2009 -10 0. 50 0. 27 Non. Rec. 0. 00 Total 0. 50 0. 27 0. 35 1. 87 2. 22 0. 25 0. 00 0. 25 0. 92 0. 30 0. 92 12. 91 11. 32 24. 23 Rec. Non. Rec. OTC TSST Total 0. 56 0. 35 0. 14 0. 00 1. 05 0. 49 0. 00 0. 10 0. 00 0. 59 0. 42 1. 38 0. 00 0. 29 2. 09 0. 40 1. 21 0. 48 0. 00 2. 09 1. 04 0. 57 0. 00 1. 61 17. 97 24. 22 2. 95 2. 46 47. 60
Training programmes by SIRDs/ETCs in 2009 -10 and 2010 -11 STATE 2009 -10 2010 -11 Number Participants 6, 885 262, 565 4, 050 201, 306 44 3, 464 33 1, 431 Assam 1, 149 56, 443 982 37, 286 Bihar 0 0 66 1, 869 1, 437 53, 345 2, 457 91, 684 Goa 158 7, 983 120 6, 910 Gujarat 533 61, 340 528 18, 041 Haryana 389 27, 445 932 55, 136 45 3, 191 121 4, 189 203 7, 099 Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Chattisgarh Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir
Training programmes by SIRDs/ETCs in 2009 -10 and 2010 -11 …. Contd. STATE 2009 -10 2010 -11 Number Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal Participants Number Participants 2, 779 1, 105 67 57 74 66 523 1, 264 97 50 882 13 7, 495 179 157 186, 512 50, 543 2, 819 2, 239 5, 011 4, 088 17, 680 59, 328 4, 781 2, 832 45, 442 367 337, 542 5, 228 3, 798 1, 205 910 37 47 68 51 1, 848 1, 521 106 146 1, 430 3 2, 871 442 162 41, 619 33, 122 1, 528 2, 537 5, 207 2, 909 69, 584 155, 081 4, 682 7, 250 51, 103 50 147, 893 17, 749 4, 549
Issues for discussion • SIRDs to send Monthly Progress Report in revised format online in web site www. ruraldiksha. nic. in • SIRDs of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Meghalaya, Orissa, Punjab, Tripura & Uttarakhand States Governments of Gujarat, Karnataka, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Rajasthan & West Bengal have furnished their comments on draft National Rural Development Training Authority Bill. Comments from the rest of SIRDs and State Governments are still awaited. • SIRDs to accelerate training in selected Block under Lab to Land initiative. • SIRDs to furnish Training Action Plan and Budget for 2011 -12 and for 12 th Five Year Plan (2013 -18). • SIRDs to develop resource persons in specialized disciplines.
Issues for Discussion……. Contd. • SIRDs to finalise their training calendar immediately. • SIRDs to share training material with other SIRDs and ETCs by uploading the same on the website i. e. www. ruraldiksha. nic. in. • Training Need Assessment(TNA) to be taken up by States if not already completed. • State Government to take action for filling up faculty posts at SIRDs and ETCs. • The SIRDs to share training material with SIRDs and ETCs. • SIRDs to develop Computer Based Training Modules with the help of expertise of NIRD and APARD, Hyderabad.
Issues for Discussion……. Contd. • SIRDs to furnish proposals for recurring expenditure by 31 st May, 2011 including following documents: Utilization Certificate Order of copy of state matching share, Budget provision for current year. Progress Report for the last two years. Details of Core faculty members along with appointment order showing continuity for the year 2011 -12. Training Calendar Details of posts specially sanctioned for SIRD.
Blocks selected for Lab-to-Land Initiative Andhra Pradesh Manchal, Dist. - Ranga Parvadigiri, Dist. - Warangal Reddy Arunachal Pradesh Doimukh, District Papumpare Assam Dimoria, Dist. - Kamrup Bihar Maner, Dist. - Patna, Koelwar, Dist. – Bhojpur Hazipur, Dist. - Vaishali, Barauni, Dist. – Begusarai Biharsharif, Dist. – Nalanda Jehanabad Sadar, Dist. Jehanabad Chhattisgarh Dhamtari, Dist. - Dhamtati Goa Pernem, Dist. – North Goa Gujarat Prantija Dist. - Samarkanta Haryana Karnal, Dist. - Karnal Mahendergarh, Dist. - Mahendergarh Kapili, District-Marigaon Danta, Dist. – Banas kantha
Blocks selected for Lab-to-Land Initiative contd…. Himachal Pradesh Kandaghat, District-Solan Jammu & Kahmir Jharkhand Akhnoor, District-Jammu Baliapur, Dist. - Dhanbad Karnataka Harihar, District- Devanagere Kerala Sasthamcotta, Dist. - Kollam Madhya Pradesh Patan, Dist. – Jabalpur Maharashtra Deoli, Dist. - Warda and Sangli Manipur Kakachin, dist. Thobul Meghalaya Umsning, Dist. - Ribhoi Mizoram Thingdawl, Dist. - Kolasib Nagaland Jakhama RD Block in Dist. - Kohima Orissa Kantapada, Dist. – Cuttak, Kandhmal, Dist. - Kandhmal Saharpada Block, Dist. -Keonjhar Punjab Kheri, Dist. – Fatehgarh Sahib Ladakh, Dist. - Ladakh Manjhgawan, Dist. – Satna Rauran Block, Dist. - Mayurbanj Naugada Block, Dist. -Gajapati
Blocks selected for Lab-to-Land Initiative contd…. Sikkim Jorethang, Dist. – South District Tamil Nadu Olakkur, Dist. – Villupuram Tripura Kathalia, Dist. – West Tripura Uttar Pradesh Mau, Dist. - Chitrakoot Uttarakhand Rudrapur, Dist. – Udham Singh Nagar West Bengal Shantipur, Dist. - Nadia
MIS Format of Performance Report of SIRD/ETC
Table 1 Key Result Areas Sl. No. Key Result Areas Previous Year Previous Current Year During the Year upto (Cumulative) Month the Month 1 Estimate of number of persons to be trained 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 9. No. of Training Programme Organised No. of Participants attended Training Sessions, Workshops, Seminars, Symposia, etc. Category-wise Participants Average ratings for the training programme conducted IEC Activities Available Training Support Materials Available Training Aids & Office Equipment 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Existing Physical Infrastructure Consultancy Projects Research Papers and Projects Lab-to-Land Initiative Total Budget Outlay Total Released Total Expenditure Closing Balance UC Status Personnel 5. 6.
Table 2 Details of Programme Organised Sl. T N y o. p e T it le D u r a ti o n F a c u lt y V e n u e Govt. Officials S t a t e L e v el D is tr ic t L e v el B l o c k L e v el V il l a g e L e v el B a n k er s & C o m m er ci al O rg a ni z at io n Participants E V B Na l o h tio e l. a nal c O r / t r a Sta e g t te d s. N Ins P & i tit R N r uti I G m ons M O a for e s n Res. m V b o e l rs u n t e e r U n i v e r si t y C o ll a g e s I n t e r n a ti o n al S e r lf a H i e n l e p rs G r o u p M a m b e rs T( T O o t t h al e rs )/ P S U s / I n d iv i d u al s W o m e n S SO N C o. T v e o r f al T l r E a ff i e n ct i iv n e g n D e a ss y ( s % ) N o. o f T r ai ni n g m a n D a y s
Table 3 Flow of funds Sl. No. Source of funding (Name of Scheme) OB as Central on Release 1. 4. 1 0 1 2 3 4 State Releas e Misc. Receip ts Total Fund availabl e Expe nditu re Bal anc e % of Expen diture UC Sub mitt ed UC Pendin g 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Recurring Non-Recurring
Table 4 Scheme-wise Expenditure Sl. No. 2. Previous Year upto the Month Current Year (Cumulative) During the Month 2 1 Head of Expenditure 3 4 5 6 Recurring Non-recurring
Table 5 Funding Proposals Sl. No. 1 Description of Proposal 2 Amount (Rs. in Lakh) Date of Submission 3 4
Table 6 Consultancy Studies Sl. No. Client’s Description 1 2 Research Team Study Objectives of Brief Findings, if Study Members Area Study complete Title (State) 3 4 5 6 7
Table 7 Research Studies Sl. No. 1 Research Study Title Team Members Study Areas (State) 2 3 4
Table 8 Action Research Sl. No. Title of the Action Research Project Team Members Study Area (State) Findings 1 2 3 4 5 Action Taken Outcome 6 7
Table 9 Documentation of Best Practices and Success Stories Sl. No. Title of the Best Practice Impact Documentation Form (Printed, Audio, Video Cassette) 1 2 3 4
Table 10 Rural Technology Park Sl. No. Name of the Training Programme 1 2 No. of Programme No. of Participants No. of Women Participants 3 4 5
Table 11 Networking with Reputed Institutions Sl. No. Name of the Institution 1 2 Name of Resource Domain of the Description of Persons Resource Service Person Rendered 3 4 5
Table 12 Publications Sl. No. Title of the Book/ Article/ Paper Name of Publisher/ Journal Name(s) of Author(s) With designation 1 2 3 4
Table 13 Faculty Development Sl. No. Name of Faculty and Designation Seminar, Conference, Training Programmes proposed Seminar, Conference, Training Programmes participated 1 2 3 4
Table 14 Staff position Sl. No. Category SC ST Ex-Servicemen Others Total Women 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 Group A Group B Contractual Total 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 Group A Group B Group C Group D Contractual Total Academic Staff Non-Academic Staff
Table 15 Library Sl. No. Particulars No. 2 3 1 Total Stock as on beginning of 2010 -11 2 Fresh intake during the year 3 Total stock at end of month 4 Audio Video material (Video Cassettes and CDs) 5 Periodicals subscribed 6 Periodicals received on exchange 7 Periodicals received gratis 8 Newsletters 9 Total Periodicals intake 10 No. of newspapers subscribed 11 No. of E-Books 12 No. of users
Strategic Thrust Areas People’s Institutions: Gram Governance : Transparency & Accountability Infrastructure: Power, Roads, Housing, ICT Natural Resources : Land & Water Management Skill Development, Employment & Income Financial Inclusion & Bank Credit Marketing Safe Childhood Gender Empowerment Environment: Forest, Clean Air & Water, Sanitation Health : Access to Food, Immunization, Drinking Water ; IMR, MMR, Education : Literacy & School Enrolment Sabha, NGOs, JMFCs, Youth Clubs, CRPs 48
# Key Result Areas 1 Governance: Transparency and Accountabilty Actions Required i. Proactive disclosure ii. RTI compliance iii. Sevottam compliant Citizen’s Charter and Grievance Redress Mechanism iv. Democratic planning for village development v. Social Audit campaign vi. Training of elected PRI representatives and officials vii. Data entry & uploading in MIS viii. Install Project Signboard in National and Local Language at project site ix. Media Meetings x. NGOs partnerships xi. Regular Inspections Success Indicators i. Performance reports disseminated periodically ii. Working toll free helpline iii. Public assistance through ICT based Information Services Center iv. No of Gram Sabhas energized v. Time bound redressal of complaints and delivery of services vi. Community Resource Person / Vigilance & Monitoring Committee / Volunteers Trained and Activated vii. Operational computer center for data management viii. E office (less paper office) adopted ix. Trained & courteous staff x. UID issued to all xi. % of projects with signboards of proper specification xii. Timely data capture and record maintenance 49 xiii. No of inspections
# Key Result Areas Actions Required 2 Infrastructure i. Establish BNRGSK ii. Ensure electricity connection to all villages and BPL households iii. Ensure reliable power iv. Expand irrigation coverage v. Ensure all weather road connection to all habitations with 1000 and above population (500 and above in hilly and tribal areas) vi. Connect every village by telephone and provide broadband connectivity to all villages vii. Set up ICT centers viii. Provide housesites and houses to all poor ix. Set up Post Office Extension counters in GPs x. Establish PDS outlets in GPs Success Indicators i. Achieve programme objectives of Rajiv Gandhi Vidyutikaran Yojana, Solar Mission, NRES, IREDA, PSSS, MGNREGA, AIBP, RKVY, RIDF, PMGSY, CSC, Ne. GP, IAY, Land Reforms, PSSS, TPDS ii. No of BNRGSK operationalised iii. % of villages electrified iv. No of IREDA projects v. % of villages connected by road vi. No of ICT centers vii. % of houseless families provided homestead land houses viii. % of gross cropped area under irrigation ix. No of GP offices with Post Office counters x. No of GPs handling PDS outlets 50
# Key Result Areas Actions Required i. 3 People’s Institutions ii. iii. iv. v. vii. Mass awareness generation and organization of effective Gram Sabhas Identification and organization of community resource persons, SHGs, youth volunteers, users’ groups, consumer groups, Watershed Committees, JMFCs, Vigilance and Monitoring Committees, Social Audit Committees, Peoples’ Action Groups, Mothers’ Committees, Parents Committees, Health & Sanitation Committees Training of identified individuals and groups, dalits and STs Hold village level quiz contests Prepare village development plan Facilitate monitoring and audit of programmes by people Evaluation of performance by individuals and groups Success Indicators i. Achieve programme objectives of NYKs, ICDS, MGNREGA, NRLM, SGSY, Education, Health, TSC, IWMP ii. No of village level IEC and training workshops held iii. Cohesion in Gram Sabha/ PIs iv. Decision making in Gram Sabha / PIs v. % of projects selected by PIs vi. % of projects inspected by PIs vii. % of projects covered under social audit viii. Survival of trees planted ix. Village sanitation quality x. No of persons awarded 51 xi. No of quiz competitions
# Key Result Areas Actions Required Success Indicators i. iii. iv. v. Denuded land area treated (ha) Increase in land productivity Area of culturable wastelands developed (ha) New land area brought under cultivation (ha) No of farmers reporting application of organic manure, vermicompost, nadep, or non-chemical control of pests ii. Develop water resources i. iii. iv. v. No of water bodies rejuvenated Water area rejuvenated (ha) Area in ha of new water bodies created Water area under fisheries Increase in irrigated area (ha) iii. Develop forest i. ii. Area brought under biomass conservation Area brought under afforestation iv. Develop livestock & i. ii. No of improved breed of poultry No of improved breed of dairy 4 Natural i. Develop land Resources resources Management 52
Increasing Agriculture Production Land to the Tiller Integrated management of land water resources Improved Seeds Fertilizers Irrigation Electrification Technology Plant Protection Credit Marketing Warehousing Remunerative prices 53
# Key Result Areas Actions Required 5 Skill development, employment and income i. Work with RSETIs and collaborate with organizations developing skills and needing skilled personnel Success Indicators i. iii. iv. ii. Provide i. employment under ii. MGNREGA iii. iv. iii. Form SHGs /micro-enterprises, arrange bank finance, provide training, produce, sell, repay bank i. iii. iv. v. vii. Complete identification of organizations for collaboration Complete skill requirement identification No of persons trained in new skills No of trained persons placed in regular employment % of households completing 100 days % of timely wage payment No of persondays generated No of households provided work No of SHGs/micro-enterprises formed No of bankable projects identified No of SHGs/micro-enterprises financed Bank credit mobilized (Rs) Procurement of equipment, spare parts, raw materials (Rs) for production Training on business management to beneficiaries/SHGs 54 Volume of goods produced
# 6 Key Result Areas Actions Required Success Indicators Financial i. Strengthen i. Inclusion and relationship Bank Credit with bankers ii. Mobilization Hours spent per week in banks to provide assistance to banks in document processing No of seminars and workshops for Bankers on Lead Bank Scheme for District Development iii. Complete service area credit plan iv. No of Business Correspondent functional v. Enumeration of defaulting debtors vi. Bank dues recovery (Rs) vii. Blood donation camps held with banks viii. Reward to best borrowers of BPL group / farmers / entrepreneurs ix. No of BLCC meetings held x. Reward to best banker ii. Develop portfolio of bankable projects and sponsor to i. iii. iv. v. No of marketable goods and services identified No of borrowers trained No of projects sponsored No of projects financed No of households financed 55
# Key Result Areas Actions Required 7 Marketing i. Product promotion and market survey Success Indicators i. iii. iv. v. ii. Arrange logistics for sales & e marketing i. iii. Engage with sales agents/wholesalers / distributors i. ii. iii. iv. v. Promote products – internet, media, hoardings Complete identification of Place of sale Complete identification of customers Complete determination of Price Quantity of orders obtained Complete identification of means of delivery and despatch of products to markets Engage truckers / carriers Book warehouses near place of sale Insure products No of distributors / wholesalers /sales agents / contracted Quantity of Products delivered Amount received from customers Amount of credit sales 56 Turnover Ratio : Sales/Assets
# 8 Key Result Areas Actions Required Safe and i. Develop database of children and identify vulnerable children enjoyable childhood ii. Ensure antenatal care by special health and nutrition support to pregnant mothers iii. Arrange for child immunization iv. Provide supplementary nutrition v. Provide school mid-day meal vi. Hold meeting with mothers and parents to prevent school drop out vii. Identify anaemic children and provide them vitamin/iron fortified diet viii. Ensure employment under MGNREGA to parents/guardians of malnourished children ix. Prevent child labour by bringing such children to school x. Hold baby shows xi. Screen children films xii. Organize sports and competitions for children Success Indicators i. ii. MIS for children developed Achieve objectives of ICDS, MGNREGA, NRLM /SGSY, MDM, NRHM, JSY, ICPS, KSY, NPAG, Dhanalakshmi, SABLA, KGBV, Girls Hostels, etc. 57
# 9 Key Result Areas Actions Required Success Indicators Gender 1. Improve female literacy empowerment 2. Improve health of pregnant Achievement of objectives of programmes of NLM, NRHM, ICDS, mothers IAY, JSY, MGNREGA, NRLM, PDS, 3. Improve sex ratio of 0 -6 years STEP, KSY, NPAG, SABLA, age group Dhanalakshmi, KGBV, Girls Hostels, 4. Ensure minimum 33 % TSC beneficiaries of programmes 1. % of BPL women getting pension to be women 2. No of hostels for women 5. IAY houses in name of women 3. Drop out rate of girl child 6. Form and finance women 4. Area under fuelwood plantation SHGs 5. No of SHGs financed 7. Improve girl child school 6. Bank deposit of SHGs enrolment 7. Bank credit to SHGs 8. Provide widow pensions 9. Set up women’s hostels 10. Take up plantation of fuelwood on wastelands 11. Training for employment for women 58
# Key Result Areas Actions Required 10 Environment 1. Hold meetings of technical departments Success Indicators i. Area planned for involved in tree plantation and draw up afforestation advance plantation plan for next year ii. Area under forest before end September – where, when, cover how, how much, who iii. No of trees planted 2. Identify forest land without tree cover or iv. No of fruit trees low crown density planted 3. Develop nurseries for plants at least a v. No of fruit trees year before plantation distributed to IAY 4. Take up plantation at the onset of beneficiaries monsoon vi. No of fruit trees 5. Watch and ward of new plantations distributed to rural 6. Supply fruit tree saplings to IAY households beneficiaries, rural households for vii. No of campaigns plantation on own lands and public lands against open with usufructuary rights defecation 7. Conduct campaign for proper waste viii. No of household management and against open latrines constructed defecation ix. No of Nirmal GPs 8. Provide household latrines along with 59 fruit trees for plantation.
# 11 Key Result Areas Actions Required Health i. Assess current levels of IMR, MMR, child malnutrition (0 -3 years), access to safe drinking water, anaemia, fertility rate ii. Identify water quality problem villages iii. Organize health camps at MGNREGA worksites to provide health support iv. Identify vulnerable persons and families v. Provide drug protection vi. Provide counseling for health & hygiene vii. Provide drinking water by handpumps, tankers, sanitary wells viii. Provide iron supplements to anaemic persons at MGNREGA worksites ix. Promote family planning measures at MGNREGA worksites Success Indicators i. Achieve objectives of NRHM, AYUSH, MGNREGA, NDWM, ICDS, JSY, NSAP, RKS, TSC ii. % of persons with anaemia iii. No of villages not covered by DW iv. No of health camps held at MGNREGA worksites v. % of malnourished children (0 -3 years) vi. Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) vii. Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) viii. Fertility rate : number of children /number of women ix. % of households with malnourished children provided work under MGNREGA 60
# 12 Key Result Areas Actions Required Education i. Improve adult literacy ii. Prepare and distribute primers for non-literates iii. Hold literacy classes iv. Improve school enrolment – primary, secondary, tertiary v. Improve quality of education – hold weekly tests at schools and declare results by next week vi. Evaluate teachers through parents’ polls vii. Grade teachers and reward outstanding teachers every year viii. Plantation of fruit trees at school campus ix. Develop play ground and sports facilities at School Success Indicators i. No of adult literacy classes held at MGNREGA worksites ii. No of literacy primers prepared iii. No of literacy primers distributed iv. Literacy % (7 years & above) v. Middle school drop out rate vi. High school drop out rate vii. No of trees planted at school viii. No of weekly tests held ix. No of teachers rewarded x. Achievement of objectives under SSA, RMSA, MDM, KGBV, MODEL Schools, Girls Hostels 61
Objective Actions Evaluation of i. Identify independent Interventions evaluators & Award for GPs, SHGs, ii. Carry out impact study & CRPs, NGOs, social audit of GPs Bankers iii. Rank the Projects / GP / CRPs /NGOs /Banks/SHGs iv. Organize annual award function for GPs, Bankers, NGOs, CRPs, SHGs Success Indicators i. Independent evaluators selected ii. Annual report, impact study & social audit completed iii. Project /GP/CRP /NGO/Banks/SHGs ranking completed iv. Fix date, venue, VIP invitees, program vi. Hold film shows, exhibitions, presentation of success stories and experience sharing, consolidation of lessons vii. Distribute Awards (cash awards, foreign visits) 62
Performance Evaluation Format for Awards Objective 1 Actions To Success be Taken Indicator 2 3 Weight 4 Previous Target Achievement Percent Year’s (col Value 7/col 6) 5 6 7 8 63
Start Up • Identify District & Block • Identify Stakeholders • Map Stakeholders’ interest and engage • Communicate, Cooperate & Commit Pre-Incubation Stage Execution Harvest Incubation Stage • Reward and Felicitate • Document processes and results • Benchmark, Disseminate, Expand • Training of stakeholders in Block • Agree on Key Result Areas, Actions, Milestones, Success Indicators • Implement • Reflect, Adjust and Standardize Post-Incubation Stage
REVAMPING OF NIRD/SIRD/ETCs- REPORTS OF SUB-GROUPS
REVAMPING OF NIRD/SIRDs and ETCs • The Ministry set up 6 sub groups for revamping of NIRD, Hyderabad, SIRDs and ETCs. • A questionnaire was prepared to collect the perceptions of the stakeholders with respect to NIRD/SIRDs/ETCs. • The questionnaire was circulated to all the stakeholders like State Governments, NIRDs, SIRDs, Extension Training Centres in all the States and officials of the Ministry. • Questionnaire was also placed on the website • Response has been received from a few SIRDs, ETCs and NIRD • No State Government or official from Mo. RD has responded
11 SIRDs and 14 ETCs have responded SIRDs ETCs Nagaland Kottarakara, Kerala Sikkim Pukpullinglei, Mizoram Kerala Nongsder, Meghalaya Jharkhand Kolhapur, Maharashtra Karnataka Chhattisgarh Bihar Halduwani, Nainital Mizoram Dohahari ghat Arunachal Pradesh Bhadoth, Bhagpath Meghalaya Mandorjodhpur Maharashtra Karnal, Haryana Chhattisgarh T. Kallupatti, Madurai Ajmer, Dungarpur, Jodhpur Thingsulthaliah, Mizoram
Scope of Questionnaire • The feed back received covers many critical areas like – Current status of the organization – Factors hindering the performance of SIRDs /ETCs – Current strengths and opportunities in SIRDs /ETCs – Measures for improvement of SIRDs /ETCs
Current Status EFFECTIVE IN KEY RESULT AREAS AND OBJECTIVES SATISFACTION OF EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDER EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION PROCESS MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES AND PARTNERSHIP LEADERSHIP STAFF SHARED VALUES Requires improvement Good Very Good Outstanding SKILLS STRUCTURE STRATEGY 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120%
FACTORS HINDERING PERFORMANCE People Research & Training Infrastructure / Systems Finance
PEOPLE • Director’s tenure is short. • Inadequate faculty members/Research staff, • Lack of permanent positions • No performance oriented incentive scheme • Low level of reliable partners in shouldering the responsibilities. • Frequent quitting by core faculties • Qualified and experienced human resources unavailable • Lack of trainee participation even after nomination. • Lack of professional environment • Autonomy is not given to the training institutions in terms of personnel. • Training institutes are treated as punishment postings. • Appointment of faculty and staff on contract basis results in great deal of attribution. • Lack of field exposure to Faculties and Officers.
INFRASTRUCTURE • Lack of infrastructure in the Districts and Block headquarters. • Lack of facilities like internetconnectivity, computers, drinking water, lavatory and infrastructure. • A few SIRDs situated in remote location where no or lack of connectivity(results in poor participation of members and trainers). • Inadequate Library facilities. • Lack of Trainers, hostels, staff quarters, Faculty. • Absence of recreation facilities. • Non availability of open space for expansion. • The building infrastructure is in poor condition. • Meghalaya has only one ETC in the state and caters to 7 districts. • Shortage of Regional Centers of NIRD
FINANCE • Funding pattern of SIRDs by the Government. • Delay in funds release, unpredictability in budgetary allocation for the training programmes. • Meagre funding from Centre. • Low and inadequate budgetary support of State Government under recurring Grants and Maintenance Head. • Delay in clearing nonrecurring proposals by the Ministry. • Non-Flexibility in decision making regarding funds. • Meager Honorarium to the guest speakers. • Low paid academic staff. • Government restriction on pay and emoluments
RESEARCH & TRAINING • Absence of State Training Policy • Lack of faculty development program • Poor Management and Training facilities for faculty members • Need for grooming faculty members for the high level responsibilities • Lack of research in field level • Need for shifting focus from routine field training to training through master training in critical areas. • Non- cooperation from departments in respect of sending trainees as well as experts’ subjects. • Training is not taken seriously. • Study tour is not included in the course curriculum. • Lack of latest training aids. • Low priority for training and capacity building • Adverse training ambience at block level • Less focus on more policy research.
Strengths and Opportunities • Good size campus is available at most places • Potential for larger budget under training as small proportion is being spent on training at present • Good experience in poverty alleviation and improvement of rural areas • Capacity building of the functionaries is being undertaken in a continuous manner. • Good demand exists for research and consultancy • Immense need for training in view of new Schemes and government instructions and large number of trainees
Measures for Improvement 1. Fill vacant posts. 2. Make Faculty Development/ Training of Trainers Compulsory. 3. Increase Faculty. 4. Increase Training and Research Associates. 5. Staff positions have to be increased. 6. Regional centres to avoid location disadvantage. 7. Establish Good Management System. 8. Expedite Release of Funds. 9. Permanent position of faculty 10. Provide incentives to attract competent manpower.
Measures for Improvement 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Grant autonomy to SIRDs & ETCs. Provide adequate budget for 2 years at a time. Long term courses should be started. Synchronization between NIRD, SIRDs and academic Institutions. Professionalization of Institution. Infusing new ideas of training and capacity building activities. Networking with SIRDs & ETCs / RD Institutions. Adoption of technological innovation. Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation activities and maintaining a track on post training outcome. 20. Focus & priority to training.
Current Status of ETCs EFFECTIVE IN KEY RESULT AREAS AND OBJECTIVES SATISFACTION OF EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDER EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION PROCESS MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES AND PARTNERSHIP LEADERSHIP STAFF SHARED VALUES Requires improvement SKILLS Good Very Good Outstanding STRUCTURE STRATEGY 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%
DRAFT NATIONAL RURAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING AUTHORITIES BILL, 2011
DRAFT NATIONAL RURAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING AUTHORITIES BILL, 2011 CENTRAL TRAINING AUTHORITY STATE TRAINING AUTHORITY DISTRICT TRAINING AUTHORITY BLOCK TRAINING COMMITTEE DISTRICT TRAINING AUTHORITY
CONSTITUTION OF CENTRAL TRAINING AUTHORITY CHAIRPERSON – MINISTER (RD) VICE- CHAIRPERSON - MINISTER OF STATE (RD) REPRESENTATIVE S OF CENTRAL/ STATE MINISTERIES Domain Experts 7 MEMBERS OF UNION/STATE /UT LEGISLATURES CHAIRMAN UGC 3 VCs VICE- CHAIRPERSON - SECRETARY (RD) 4 STAFF REP DG, CTA MEMBER SECRETAR Y
FUNCTIONS OF CTA TRAINING FACULTY DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION OF PAPERS DEVELOP NETWORK OF TRAINING INSTITUTIONS CREATE CERTIFICATION SYSTEM SPREAD PROGRAMME LITERACY IDENTIFY BEST PERFORMING GPS, BLOCKS DISTRICTS AND STATES • COORDINATION WITH OTHER GOVT AND NON-GOVT AGENCIES AN IGNOU • ANY OTHER FUNCTIONS ENTRUSTED BY CENTRAL GOVT • •
CONSTITUTION OF STATE TRAINING AUTHORITY CHAIRPERSON – CHIEF SECRETARY VICE- CHAIRPERSON - SECRETARY STATE DEPARTMENT OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT Represent ative of State Ministries Domain Experts Director General MEMBER SECRETARY
FUNCTIONS OF STA • TRAINING • UNDERTAKE ANALYSIS OF GRIEVEANCE PRONE AREAS AND SUGGEST REMEDIAL MECHANISM • IDENTIFY AT THE STATE LEVEL THE BEST PERFORMING GRAM PANCHAYATS, BLOCKS AND DISTRICT
CONSTITUTION OF DISTRICT TRAINING AUTHORITY CHAIR PERSON – DISTRICT COLLECTOR HEAD, LINE DEPT, DISTRICT TEHSILDAR BLOCK DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS EXPERTS DISTRICT TRAINING COORDINATOR
CONSTITUTION OF BLOCK TRAINING COMMITTEE CHAIR PERSON – Sr. most BDO Such persons prescribed by District Authority
FUNCTIONS OF DTA • Training • Analysis of grievance prone areas • Identify best performing Gram Panchayats and districts • Perform other functions assigned by district authority
POWERS OF CTA, STA AND DTA REGARDING ADDRESSING GRIEVANCES • The authorities shall conduct investigations into compliance and may give suitable recommendations to the central or state governments for the settlement of grievances
FINANCE, ACCOUNTS AND AUDIT • • By way of central grant to CTA National training fund to be established by central authority State Training Fund-Repository of Grants from CTA District Training Fund-Repository of grants from CTA or STA
PENALTY FOR CONTRAVENTION • The violation of the provision of the act shall attract a fine which may extend up to Rs. 1000 • The CTA, STA and DTA shall have the power of the judicial magistrate of the second class for the trial of offences under this act