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  • 1. WORKS IN MGNREGS Revised Schedule-I to the MGNREGA
  • 2. 4 Major Categories A- Public Works relating to Natural Resource Management B- Individual Assets for Vulnerable Sections C- Common Infrastructure for NRLM Compliant Self-Help Groups D- Rural Infrastructure
  • 3.  Water Conservation &Water Harvesting Structures  Watershed management works  Micro and minor irrigation works  Improvement of traditional water bodies  Afforestation, tree plantation and horticulture  Land development All on public/ common land A- Public Works relating to Natural Resource Management
  • 4. Water Conservation &Water Harvesting Structures Underground dykes Earthen dams Stop dams Check dams Special focus on recharging ground water
  • 5. Watershed ManagementWorks Contour trenches Terracing Contour bunds Boulder checks Gabion structures Springshed development (in hill areas)
  • 6. Micro and Minor IrrigationWorks renovation and maintenance of irrigation canals  renovation and maintenance of drains
  • 7. Improvement of traditional water bodies de-silting of irrigation tanks and other water bodies
  • 8. Afforestation, tree plantation and horticulture common and forest lands road margins canal bunds tank foreshores coastal belts
  • 9. Vulnerable sections for IBS  ST/ SC/ BPL households  Women headed households  Households headed by differently able people  Free bonded labor/ de-notified tribes/ nomadic tribes  IAY beneficiaries  Land Reforms beneficiaries  marginal and small farmers
  • 10. B- Individual Assets for Vulnerable Sections Improving productivity of land at the household level :  dug wells  farm ponds other water harvesting structures Land development
  • 11. B- Individual Assets for Vulnerable Sections Improving livelihoods through:  horticulture  sericulture  plantation farm forestry
  • 12. B- Individual Assets for Vulnerable Sections  Development of fallow land  wastelands of identified households Unskilled wage component in construction of houses under IAY
  • 13. C-Common Infrastructure for NRLM Compliant SHGs Works for promoting agricultural productivity by :  creating durable infrastructure required for bio- fertilizers  pucca storage facilities for agricultural produce  Common work-sheds for livelihood activities
  • 14. D- Rural Infrastructure Rural sanitation related works: individual household latrines school toilet units Anganwadi toilets solid and liquid waste management
  • 15. D- Rural Infrastructure All-weather rural road connectivity to unconnected villages construction of pucca internal roads or streets side drains Culverts Construction of play fields Works for improving disaster preparedness
  • 16. D- Rural Infrastructure Restoration of roads Flood control and protection works Drainage in water logged areas Deepening and repairing of flood channels Chaur renovation Construction of storm water drains for coastal protection
  • 17. D- Rural Infrastructure  Construction of buildings for Gram Panchayats  Construction of buildings for clusters and federations of women self-help groups  Cyclone shelters  Anganwadi Centres  Village haats  Crematoria / Burial ground at the village or block level  Construction of Food Grain Storage Structures
  • 18. D- Rural Infrastructure  Production of building material required for construction  Maintenance of rural public assets Creating infrastructure for promotion of fisheries :  fish drying yards  storage facilities  seasonal water bodies on public land