Villaticum Idealis (An ideal village near Roorkee)

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This is a presentation on relevant policy formulations for a hypothetical village \'Mayapuri\'. The statistics displayed were taken from a given hypothetical case study, which was the basis of all the …

This is a presentation on relevant policy formulations for a hypothetical village \'Mayapuri\'. The statistics displayed were taken from a given hypothetical case study, which was the basis of all the solutions proposed.

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  • Radio can catalyze the process of socio- economic development of Mayapuri throughCreating awareness among the beneficiaries about Govt policies & programsFacilitating them to understand the procedure to secure benefits of these programs and easy access to public service Seeking redressal to their grievances
  • organic farming (aggressive campaign)Various schemes of governmentSpreading health literacy Awareness programs

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  • 1. Team members:1. AKHIL PRABHAKARIntg. MTech. GEOPHYSICAL TECHNOLOGY, 3rdYear2. SHAILESH PATELIntg. MTech. GEOPHYSICAL TECHNOLOGY, 3rdYear3. SIDDHARTH SAXENAIntg. MTech. GEOPHYSICAL TECHNOLOGY, 3rdYear
  • 2. MAYAPURI POPULATION = 5890 Hindus Muslims Sikhs
  • 3. KEY PROBLEMS IDENTIFIED• POVERTY 13 414 318 SC OBC GEN 286 ST APL 5 • LACK OF HEALTH AMENITIES
  • 4. DISTRIBUTION OF CULTIVATED LAND Boundary (<1 Hectare) 33110 Very small (1-2 Hectare) 253 Small (2-3 Hectare)257 Medium (4-10 Hectare) Large (>10 Hectare)DISTRIBUTION OF DEGRADED WASTELAND DEGRADED WASTELAND AREA (HECTARES) Unfertile/Uncultivated 133.46 Non Agricultural 133.46 Agricultural non-fertile 43.45
  • 5. STRUCTURE OF HOUSESSTRUCTURE OF HOUSES PERCENTAGE Kachcha 10% Half Pakka 30% Pakka 60% AGE-WISE DISTRIBUTION OF DIFFERENTLY ABLED PEOPLE 121 <60 194 >60
  • 6. Policies to solve various problem
  • 7. Very high amount of poverty in Mayapuri 622 out of 1036 familiesWhich means 60% of total families present in Mayapuri are BPL Low income, Debt & Low assets further loss & of income Education Lack of Low security capital & cover from Lack of in economic & demand health risks skills Lower capacity to generate income
  • 8. Easy loans to Low income, Attacking low come out of Debt & Low assets income by further loss & cash transfer debt cycle. of income Education Attacking Lack of scarcity of Low security Health capital & cover from economic & Lack of in skill byfacilities health risks demand giving them skills training Lower capacity to generate income Skills turn human resources to human capital
  • 9. Reducing longReducing term povertyshort term by increasingpoverty by Human Capitaldirect amongcash transfer the poor THE PROVISION OF CASH ON THE CONDITION THAT THE RECEPIENT FULFILLS DEFINED PERFORMANCE /BEHAVIOR
  • 10. Attack •Poverty •Education •HealthFacilitat •Social inclusion e •Financial inclusio •Sensitive to gender dimension
  • 11. Requirement for CCT Biometric Identification system Account in Post Office or Bank
  • 12. Objective Service Condition •Increase in school Rs 65 per children •With 70% of school attendanceattendance, enrol per month to •Health check-up at least ment ratio and account of female once a monthpreventive basic head of family health visit Class 6 – Class 8** Boys Girls Rs 800* Rs 1000* Attendance requirement Of 75% (parent Boys Girls income<Rs60000) Class 9- Class 12** Rs 1000* Rs 1200* *Figs in per annum** for students maintaining minimum attendance of 85% &being in top 10% will get an additional reward of Rs 200 at year end
  • 13. Students will be Higher Education given Rs4000 p.a. Technical Rs 500(monthly) for 6 months Youth must be Education for training and study trained Youth material Rs 1000Encourage the use 50% of total forof domestic biogas cost or max 1-5 m3 connecting plant of Rs 5000 it to the toilet Encourage the use 50% of total Training cost or max Of E-CHARKHA of Rs 2200 in ITI Estimated Budget :Rs 35,00,000
  • 14. EDUCATIONComputer lab 10 computersServer, Broadband connectivity of 2MbpsVideo conferencing /lectures CDsTraining of inexperiencedVolunteer organizationBudget :Rs 5,00,000*
  • 15. •Also Telemedicine •Primary health care Recommendation•Health literacy •Vaccination •Ayurved •Family • Free •Unani planning medicine •Homeopathy distribution •Yoga •Siddha
  • 16. INFRASTRUCTURE /SOCIALMulti utility community centerBuild MUCC coupled with tech facility (like radio, audio visual equipment) Health and Warning, video conferencin employm g Employment ent generation news Etc. e- literacy Villaticum Idealis
  • 17. COMMUNITY RADIO Community radio
  • 18. Catalyze socio economic process Budget : Very low •awareness:govt policies & program: health sanitation •Procedure to secure benefit •Redressal to grievances.farming •Health literacy •Various Govt programs •Awareness
  • 19. Rescue in the period of distress- LIVESTOCK Success is limited in setting up the microenterprise: •Unavailability of good quality breed-Disease risk & inbreeding •Low access to finance •Ineffective extension service LIVESTOCK BANKScientific CROWD Training and breed FUNDING managemen Buy backlivestock. networks t option Budget :Rs1000000
  • 20. FOR DIFFERENTLY ABLED PEOPLE Enterprise for underprivileged differently abled people Deaf Dumb Can be accommodated in postal services Women Blind can also Physical be part Training in ITI of (KVIC) training Gramudhyog
  • 21. INFRASTRUCTURE/ RESOURCE DEVELOPMENTWe will also focus on Low cost house made of Bamboo Use of Bamboo in Community SHGs toilets Rainwater harvest and storage
  • 22. INFRASTRUCTURE/RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT Biogas cooperativesResort INFRA – SPECIAL Green Infrastructure Waste land
  • 23. GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE • Alternate fuel Biogas better than traditional options Biopesticide Farming Bio products Biofertilizers Increased productivity
  • 24. WASTE LAND UTILIZATIONDevelopment of livestock bank Raw materialBiogas plant(domestic and community based)BiofertilizersBiopesticides Sericulture • Climate of Mayapuri Bamboo Biodiesel – favorable jatropha plantation • Generate plantation Employment • E charkha
  • 25. BIOGAS COOPERATIVES Government SubsidiesWaste input Gas(livestock) Biogas distribution Non inclusion of villagers in this economic activity Benefits: •Financial aid to poverty stricken •Spirit of Entrepreneurship •Linkage with “Livestock Bank”
  • 26. TOURIST RESORT Market for local Handicraft items and Khadi products. OPPORTUNITIES Recreation forAdvertisement HOT- visitors/govt. employeesSPOT Economic viability of the local terrain and NH-72
  • 27. After Implementation Transformation T R A N S F O R M Achieving goal of removal of long-term Poverty
  • 28. Transformation Livestock Increasing productivity E charkha & sericulture Bamboo-e- Boom
  • 29. Energy
  • 30. SUMMARY•IDENTIFICATION OF THE PROBLEM•SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM PRIORTYWISE•INTERLINKING THE SOLUTIONS •ARE THESE SCHEMES TOO IDEALISTIC…? •BUDGET…? •AFTER IMPLEMENTATION
  • 31. THANK YOU