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SOCIAL AUDIT

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  • 1. NITHA N. CONTRIBUTION OF NREGA TOWARDS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • 2.
    • OBJECTIVE
    • To study the women participation in the NREGA
    • AIM
    • Is NREGA contributing to develop social and economic status of women
  • 3. Literature review
    • NREGS is a scheme under the act NREGA2005 for providing 100 days guaranteed wage employment for all employment seekers above 18 years of age and willing to do work.
    • In the year 2009 the central government allocated RS. 30,100 crore for NREGA. In 2009-10 employment of 24.56 lakhs person day covering 2.41293 lakhs house hold already generated in Kerala.
    • Workforce participation of marginalized groups has been high with 57% (SC/ST) in 2007-08 and 55% up to mid-August 2008.
  • 4.
    • Women participation increased to 49% to 85%
    • As per statistics with the Ministry, women constituted 85.05 per cent of the total 3,16,287 households which were provided jobs under the Rural Employment Guarantee Act since 2008.
    • The population of Palluruthy block panchayath (Kumbalangi and Chellanam block panchayath) mainly depends on the fishing which is a seasonal employment
  • 5. methodology
    • Design: Descriptive
    • Unit: NREGA workers from Palluruthy Block panchayath
    • Sampling technique: Stratified sampling
  • 6. Sampling Block 2 Grama panchayath Grama Panchayath Five ward were selected From each ward Six members
  • 7. findings Effectiveness Before joining NREGA(%) After joining NREGA (%) Investment in bank 17.2 36.7 Able to support your family financially 20.0 96.3 Participation in gramasabha 53.3 60
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