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Panchayats have been a vibrant and dynamic identity of the Indian villages since the beginning of recorded history. Gandhiji, the Father of the Nation, in 1946 had aptly remarked that the Indian Independence must begin at the bottom and every village ought to be a Republic with Panchayat, having powers.

The passage of the 73rd Constitution Amendment Act, 1992 marks a new era in the federal democratic set up of the country and provides Constitutional status to the Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs).
The 73rd Constitutional Amendment Act, 1992 conferred Constitutional status on the Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs). It envisages the establishment of a democratic decentralized development process through people’s participation in decision-making, implementation and delivery.

The main features of this e-book are:

Decentralisation – Chronology of Attempts and Committee Reports
Pre-Independence Panchayats
Constitutional And Legal Provisions
Acts and Schemes related to Panchayat
Salient Features of 73rd and 74th Amendments
Status and empowerment of Gram Sabha
Functions of the Panchayats
Current Status of the Panchayats

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  1. 1. Panchayati Raj Institutions in India Overview Developed By Ekalavvya A site for Current Affairs & General StudiesMail: info@ekalavvya.comVisit Us:
  2. 2. Panchayati Raj Institutions In IndiaDecentralisation - Chronology of Attempts andCommittee ReportsPre-Independence PanchayatsCommittees’ ReportsEfforts at Decentralized Planning
  3. 3. Constitutional And Legal Provisions • Constitutional Provision In 1950 • The West Bengal Panchayat Act, 1973 • Panchayat (Extension to Scheduled Areas) Act (PESA) • Local Self-Governance in the NE States • Constitution 64th Amendment Bill73rd and 74th Amendment Acts • Importance of the 73rd Constitutional Amendment Act • Salient Features Of The 73rd And 74th Constitutional Amendment Acts (1992)Nyaya Panchayat Bill
  4. 4. Status and Empowerment of Gram Sabha • Present Functioning of the GS • GS and Social Audit • Empowering GSMinistry of Panchayati Raj •24 April: National Panchayati Raj DayFunctions Of The PanchayatsCurrent Status of the PanchayatsRoadmap for Panchayati Raj Constitution of Expert Committee
  5. 5. Important Schemes 1. Backward Regions Grant Fund 2.Rashtriya Gram Swaraj Yojana (RGSY) 3. Panchayat Empowerment and Accountability Incentive Scheme(PEAIS) 4. Panchayat Mahila Evam Yuva Shakti Abhiyan (PMEYSA): 5. E-Panchayat Mission Mode ProjectBroadband Connection For Panchayats UmbrellaFlagship Scheme ProposedCentrally Sponsored Schemes (CSSs) National Capability Building Framework
  6. 6. Role of MGNREGA, BRGF, Finance Commissionsand Planning Commission in energizing thePanchayats (1) MGNREGA (2) BRGF (3) State Finance Commissions (4) Central Finance Commission (5) Planning CommissionInternational Organisations Views • Attacking Poverty- Part IIEfforts Of Government Of India & The States •Round Tables and National Charter
  7. 7. e-Governance in Panchayats •Components for Roll-out of e-Panchayat • Why Are The Panchayats Not Delivering In Many States
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