Colloquium-I
on
Impact of MGNREGP on Livelihood Security in Bijapur
District of Karnataka -A SAM Analysis.
By
Gourav Kumar...
INTRODUCTION
• MGNREGP is the flagship programme of GOI is a significant
intervention for employment generation.
• Launche...
Objective

Hypotheses

Analytical
Tool s

1.To estimate the 1. MGNREGP is providing the
impact of
institutional employment...
+-

Hypotheses

3. To analyze gender, 1. Female worker participation is relatively
age and other social
higher than male w...
Objective

4. To estimate the
1.
asset creation and
benefit derived from 2.
the assets created.

Hypotheses

Natural resou...
STUDY AREA
• Study Area: Markabbinahalli of Basavana Bagevadi
Taluka in Bijapur District of Karnataka.
• VDSA project of I...
Crops cultivated in Markabbinahalli
Total geographical area

1001.36 ha

Annual Rainfall

626 mm

Area under cultivation

...
Markabbinahalli
Markabbinahalli
Sampling procedure: Simple random sampling .
Data collection: The primary data shall be collected from
randomly selected 3...
Works completed in MB-Halli
MGNREGP
MB-Halli village view
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This is ppt of my first colloquium presented for the purpose of informing the university that this is my plan of work for my research work to be undertaken. this ppt lets the reader understand how to frame objectives and hypothesis.

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  1. 1. Colloquium-I on Impact of MGNREGP on Livelihood Security in Bijapur District of Karnataka -A SAM Analysis. By Gourav Kumar Vani PALB-2103 Major Advisor Sri P. S. Srikantha Murthy
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION • MGNREGP is the flagship programme of GOI is a significant intervention for employment generation. • Launched on 2nd February 2006 in the 200 most backward districts of India under the National Rural Guarantee Act 2005. • Objective to provide Livelihood security in rural areas by providing 100 days of wage employment. • Creation of demand driven durable assets for rural areas • Strengthening the natural resource base of rural poor. • Reducing migration of rural people
  3. 3. Objective Hypotheses Analytical Tool s 1.To estimate the 1. MGNREGP is providing the impact of institutional employment guarantee MGNREGP on for the rural families. employment and 2. The wage differential between income MGNREGA and Market is generation. significant. Student’s t test 2. To estimate the income and employment multipliers. Social Accounti ng Matrix Multiplier effect of MGNREGA on household sector is higher than that in other sectors in the village economy.
  4. 4. +- Hypotheses 3. To analyze gender, 1. Female worker participation is relatively age and other social higher than male worker participation dimensions of resulting in differential gains in employment MGNREGP. and income 2. Marginalized sections have not benefited significantly. 3. Aged worker participation (above 50 yrs) is relatively higher than young worker participation 4. MGNREGP has reduced migration of rural workers. Analytical Tool s Non parametric tests,
  5. 5. Objective 4. To estimate the 1. asset creation and benefit derived from 2. the assets created. Hypotheses Natural resource conservation is predominant under MGNREGP. Private asset creation is marginal under MGNREGP Analytical Tool s Case studies
  6. 6. STUDY AREA • Study Area: Markabbinahalli of Basavana Bagevadi Taluka in Bijapur District of Karnataka. • VDSA project of ICRISAT, the funding agency, is in operation in that village. • Cotton, Pigeon pea, Onion, Chickpea, Sorghum, Sunflower, Wheat , the major crops in Markabbinahalli are also the ICRISAT mandate crops
  7. 7. Crops cultivated in Markabbinahalli Total geographical area 1001.36 ha Annual Rainfall 626 mm Area under cultivation 936 ha Kharif crops Cotton, Pigeon pea, Onion. Rabi crops Chickpea, Sorghum, Sunflower, Wheat.
  8. 8. Markabbinahalli Markabbinahalli
  9. 9. Sampling procedure: Simple random sampling . Data collection: The primary data shall be collected from randomly selected 30 MGNREGP participants and 30 MGNREGP non participants using structured questionnaire. The secondary data pertaining to MGNREGP works undertaken, village statistics shall be collected from Gram / Taluka Panchayat Offices. Collaboration with other Departments / Institutions / Organizations and Fellow Scientists This research work is being taken up as part of CGIAR Research Project-2 and is funded by ICRISAT.
  10. 10. Works completed in MB-Halli MGNREGP
  11. 11. MB-Halli village view
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