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VILLAGE PROFILE AND MICRO PLANNING, Etah, Uttar Pradesh
 

VILLAGE PROFILE AND MICRO PLANNING, Etah, Uttar Pradesh

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This is the report of the Baseline Survey (BLS) of Village- Mubarakpur Nibarua, Block-Sakit, Dist.-Etah, Uttar Pradesh (U.P.). It is one of the 107452 identified villages of the Uttar Pradesh. The ...

This is the report of the Baseline Survey (BLS) of Village- Mubarakpur Nibarua, Block-Sakit, Dist.-Etah, Uttar Pradesh (U.P.). It is one of the 107452 identified villages of the Uttar Pradesh. The Survey has been sponsored by a solar energy solutions company Urja Unlimited for exploring development deficit in the availability of electricity for development of basic amenities such as housing, drinking water, sanitary toilets etc. and critical linkages like lightings on roads, schools, banks, markets etc. It also intends to identify artisanal income generating activities for villagers.

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    VILLAGE PROFILE AND MICRO PLANNING, Etah, Uttar Pradesh VILLAGE PROFILE AND MICRO PLANNING, Etah, Uttar Pradesh Presentation Transcript

    • ByANOOP KUMAR MISHRA (12201005)PRACHI MISHRA (12201029)
    •  VILLAGE: MUBARAKPUR NIBARUA TEHSIL: ETAH BLOCK: SAKIT POST: SAKIT POLICE STATION: SAKIT DISTRICT: ETAH STATE: UTTAR PRADESH HOUSEHOLDS: 218 POPULATION: 1433 MALE: 538 FEMALE: 436 MALE CHILD: 250 FEMALE CHILD: 219 Source: Gram Pradhan
    • Total household in the village is 218. Hindu and Muslim both families live in the village. OBC-211 (Yadav-202, Muslim-9) SC-7 ( Jatav ) Distribution of families in to APL & BPL.a) APL – 162 b) BPL - 56 There is high internal politics.OBJECTIVESThe main purpose of this fieldwork was to get practical experienceof rural life and understand village dynamics through close interactionwith its people and institutions. The objectives of the study are: To understand the livelihood systems of the village. To blend classroom learning with field experience. To understand the village life and realities, particularly village poor.Source: Baseline survey
    • PRIMARY DATA COLLECTION Transect Walk House Hold survey Personal interview PRA Activity1. Social mapping2. Resource mapping3. Mobility mapping4. Venn Diagram5. Pair wise rankingSECONDARY DATA COLLECTION Gram Panchyat Block Office Primary SchoolMETHODS ADOPTED
    • Transects are observatory walks or tricks to study and learn:• The natural resources,• Basic facilities availability• Living pattern• Farming practices,• Problems and opportunities founded with the help of villagersand coordinators through communication.
    •  Total Households in the Village (N): 218 We conduct n=32 Household survey out of which 25 householdsbelong to OBC category, 7 HHs belong to SC category.
    • 50%6%10%22%6%6%PRIMARY OCCUPATIONFARMERBUSINESSNON-AGRILABORSALARIED JOBUNEMPLOYEDAGRI LABORFINDINGS FROM HOUSEHOLDS SURVEYLAND PART. (ACRE) AREA IN ACRETotal owned land 193Own Fallow land 8Leased-in land 11.25Irrigated land 91.8Leased-out land 5.25Un-irrigated land 76.7ASSETS LAND PARTICULARSCATEGORY NUMBER PRE. MKT.VALUE (AVG.)COW 5 16000BULLOCK 6 30000BUFFALO 136 32720CALF 110 10000GOAT 88 3200LIVESTOCKANDPOULTRY ASSETSSource: Household surveyAvg. owned land is 6 acre per HH.
    • INCOME AND EXPENDITURESource ofIncomeIncome (Rs.)In AverageExpenditure(Productive)Exp. (Rs.) Avg.Agriculture 171250 Education 9062.5Wages labor 8437.5 Irrigation 15187.5Salaried Job 131250 Fertilizers 13125Livestock 63750 Pesticides 2187.5Business 17500 HY Seeds 6250Findings:1- Maximum income of the village is from agriculture.2- less income of the village is from wage labor.3- Maximum productive expenditure of the village is on Irrigation.4- Minimum productive expenditure of the village is in Pesticides.Total Non-Productive expenditure of the village is Rs. 258537.5Source: Household survey
    • Through social mapping We got lot of information about thevillage like: Temple: 2 Well: 2 Water Tank: 1 Hand pump: 186 Schools: 1 Pucca House:204 Semi-pucca:8 Kuccha:6 Livestock: 1150 Road of village House fromIndra Awas Yojna: 40
    • Through resource mapping, we got to know : Pond (1) Rain fall Well (1) Hand pump (1) Play Ground (1) Cropping pattern Cultivated land450 Acre Tube well (20) Temple (1) Road Drainage (1)
    • A mobility map is drawn by the peopleto explore the movement pattern of anindividual, a group or a community.Findings:1- 30-40 people go to Sakit every day by foot,bicycle, motorcycle for their daily requirement.2-Approx 10-15 people go to Etah every dayfor hospital, purchase of goods, Tehsil workand service.3- 5-10 people go to Agra, Manipuri, Hathrasweekly for different work.Findings:1- Primary school, Gram Panchayat & privatedoctor has highest influence in village.2- Post office, Police station, Local market,Block are far from the village.3- Govt.Hospital, Railway station, Bus stationare also far from the village.A Venn diagram or chapatti diagram is a visualdepiction of key institutions, organizations andindividuals and their relationship with the localcommunity or other groups.
    • • Identification of different problems in village.• Priority of frequency.MAIN PROBLEM:Main problem in the village iswater supply.Source: group discussion & HHs)22%25%37%16%Quality of drinkingwater GOODAVERAGEPOORUNHYGIENIC78%8%14%Ownership of drinkingwater assetsPrivatePublicNo
    • MICRO PLANNING ON SHORTAGE OF WATER SUPPLY IN VILLAGECAUSES: SHORTAGE OFWATERNo proper & timely rain. Cutting trees. No water storage facilities. No repair of drinking watersupply sources. Low water label & moreagriculture land.More water utilizationthan required.Pollution.Increase population.Ground water is use foragriculture.EFFECTSMigration.Financial damage to farmers.Decrease in living standard.Child labor increase.Growing trees is difficult. Children education isdifficult.No labor.Debts.No crops.More investment.Illness.Problem to livestock.
    •  To grow trees. Should control pollution To conserve water.Should repair drinkingwater supply sources. Deepening of tanks. Proper utilization ofwater. Population control. Repairing feederchannels.No migration. Living standard increase. No financial damage tofarmers. No child labor. Will grow tree. Children can be educated. Labor availability invillage. No debts. Sufficient food. More income. Good health. More livestock.ACTION PLAN ON AVAILABILITYOF WATEREFFECTS
    • 15 Agriculture and Joint Families: Traditional Notions of Wealth andWell-being Got to know village Structure, Rituals, Values and Knowledge oftheir livelihood. Identity and History of village. Festivals. Caste and Work in Traditional Societies. The Impact of Development on TraditionalStructures, Knowledge, and Values. Breaking Joint Family Structures. Looking towards the Future. The belief is that schooling provides good jobs, but the experienceis that unemployment has increased.
    • URJAUNLIMITED
    • URJA Unlimited aims at providing solutions in the area of noavailability of energy to rural consumers. At URJA Unlimited, we arecommitted to the use and promotion of renewable energy for creatinga sustainable future. As a way to solution they introduced manyproducts like:-Solar Lantern Solar torchUrja Unnati Solar table lampUrja Ujjawal Kissan torchUrja light Urja awaas
    • As the organization do there project in many areas of the countrylike Maharashtra, Chennai, U.P, Hyderabad, etc. but we were sent tothe place where organization is willing to set up there new project ofmicro grid station in the village.The organization targeted this village in Etah dist. as they came toknow that there is no supply of electricity from more than a decade.We have been assign with the task to find out the potential of settingup micro grid station in the village and also we have to make themaware of solar products and sell them.
    • PRIMARY DATA COLLECTION:- Survey Group discussion Introduction of the product Personal interview Product tested by villagers. Demonstration of the products.
    •  VILLAGE: MUBARAKPUR NIBARUA TEHSIL: ETAH BLOCK: SAKIT POST: SAKIT POLICE STATION: SAKIT DISTRICT: ETAH STATE: UTTAR PRADESH HOUSEHOLDS: 218 POPULATION: 1433 MALE: 538 FEMALE: 436 MALE CHILD: 250 FEMALE CHILD: 219
    • With the help of all methods we adopted we found that: There is no electricity in the village since a decade. Earlier they had supply of electricity but due to less number of peoplewho took connection the supply has been stopped. The villagers go to the market to charge their phone. All the villagers are highly willing to have electricity supply to make useof electric appliances they have. They are ready to pay enough amount to have electric connection. As there is a gap in PDS of kerosene the purchase of other source ofenergy to light the home is high. They refuse to buy solar product of our organization as for them it iscosting higher than the product they buy. They are ready for micro grid station. The project will only be successful there if any authorize body takeinitiative as a investor. No villager is ready to invest these many high cost on the project.
    •  Kerosene engulfed more than 2-3 people every year. They want more electricity supply in summer season for irrigationpurpose. There is no SHGs in the village. No NGO works in that village. The panchayat is also inactive.
    •  We got to have a clear understanding of the problems facedby the villagers. Conducting PRA activities was an “ice-breaker” to get to knowabout the villagers. We learnt how they manage their issues independentlywithout any interference of panchayat and SHGs. We got to know their culture, tradition, living style, livelihood.
    •  The villagers are really facing problem due to irregularity in governmentinterventions. Villagers are the one who have been exploited by the higherauthorities.(Pradhan, Sarpanch etc) Internal politics amongst the villagers.SUGGESTION:- Support from an NGO.To encourage them to take leadership roles inpersonal and public life. Organization should act as a facilitator.To train them in the basic principles of business andmanagement so that they can become self-employed.
    • 25NSS ACTIVITYCreating awareness for Health & Education