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A presentation before the empowered committee regarding the wage employment scheme of government.

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  • Panchayat and Rural Development Department Government Of Madhya Pradesh MGNREGS in MP Presentation before the Empowered Committee Ministry of Rural Development Government of India 19th March, 2012
  • MGNREGS in Madhya PradeshFrom WageEmployment …… toLivelihoods
  • Structure of Presentation• Structured Implementation Strategy- MP Model• Progress so far• Incomplete Works• Financial Inclusion• Complaints• Social Audit• Proposal 2012-13• Issues for discussion 3
  • State Profile Area 3,08,245 Sq kmRevenue Division 10 Districts 50 Blocks 313 Tribal Blocks 89Village Panchayats 23,040 Villages 54,903 Population 7,25,97,565Rural Population 5,25,37,899 Literacy 70.6%
  • MGNREGS in Madhya Pradesh In tune with the provisions of the Act, main aim is enhancement of livelihood security of rural households. Accordingly structured and planned implementation through convergence of MGNREGS with other Government schemes. 5
  • Scheme Focus As per Item No 1 of Schedule I of NGNREGS Act 2005, the scheme focus on the following worksi. Water Conservation and harvesting – Management of Natural Resourcesii. Draught proofing (i/c Plantation) - Management of Natural Resourcesiii. Micro and Minor works and Irrigation canals – Rural Infrastructureiv. Irrigation facility to individual farmers (SC/ST etc) – Livelihood Enhancementv. Renovation of water bodies (i/c desilting of Tanks)-Management of Natural Resourcesvi. Land Development – Livelihood Enhancementvii. Flood control and drainage - Management of Natural Resources 6viii.Rural connectivity – Rural Infrastructure
  • ConvergenceConvergence with funds from MGNREGS and other sources onthe following pre-conditions: • Convergence resorted to only for achieving goals of the Act. • MGNREGS component implemented and accounted separately as per provisions of the Act. • 60:40 ratio maintained and contractors not permitted • Labour replacing machinery not permitted. • MIS, Muster rolls and accounting as per MGNREGS. • Only works permitted under MGNREGS act are taken up. • Component related to non MGNREGS funds implemented as per relevant guidelines Convergence is being done with State funds, Funds from BRGF, MLA LADS, Panchayat funds from Stamp Duty etc 7
  • Structured Implementation of MGNREGS Convergence for Livelihood Enhancement - Livelihood Item 1(iv),(vi)* Convergence for Natural Resource Convergence for Management Rural Item 1(i),(ii),(v),(vii)* Infrastructure Item 1 (iii),(viii)* 8* Shedule-1 of MGNREGS Act, 2005
  • Structured Implementation of MGNREGS in Madhya Pradesh Irrigation Wells Watershed Development Horticulture Narmada Valley Watershed Fisheries Development Development of Livelihood Forest Dwellers Enhancement Community land Afforestation Land Development Internal RoadsGravel Roads Leach Pit Rural Water Course Cremation andPlayground Drinking Plantation and Field Ground Water Wells 9 Channels Development
  • Progress in Madhya Pradesh Financial Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011- 12 Item (Jan. 2013) Districts under 18 31 50 50 50 50 MGNREGS Households 28 43 52 47.22 43.84 34.11Demanded Work (Lakh)Mandays (Crore) 19.81 27.53 29.46 26.23 22.04 13.78 Families 5.32 9.12 9.79 7.31 4.65 1.35 Completed 100 days work Total 1862.69 2892.67 3551.67 3779.71 3641.79 2602.83 Expenditure Total Expenditure 18831.36 (Rs. Crore) Since inception of Mandays (Crore) 138.85 10 MGNREGS
  • Irrigation Wells 3.24 Lakh Hectare additional irrigation under MGNREGS 3.70 Lakh Wells Sanctioned 2.21 Lakh Wells Completed 2387 Crore ExpenditureConvergence for Water Lifting Devices from SGSY and State Funds
  • Land Development 2.58 Lakh Beneficiaries Covered 630 Crore Expenditure Very popular sub-scheme in tribal dominated Districts. 12
  • Horticulture Development 31988 Farms Covered 100.00 Crore ExpenditureConvergence with SGSY, NHM, NRLM and State Funds 13
  • Watershed Development 11.81 Lakh Hectare Covered 178 Crore Expenditure Convergence with IWMP and State Funds 14
  • Drinking Water Wells 23600 Wells Completed 517 Crore Expenditure 15
  • Leaching Pits and Court-yard Plantation 1.20 Lakh Households Covered 246 Crore Expenditure Convergence with TSC and Horticulture Department 16
  • Single Connectivity through Convergence Earthwork completed in 2700 road works having 3850 km length. Expenditure 165.50 Cr. Single Connectivity - Embankment Construction through MGNREGS 17
  • Convergence Single Connectivity through Gravel Roads 9,019 Habitation below PMGSY Connectivity norms covered under this Sub-Scheme 7,575 Roads having 19,386 km length proposed for completion Rs. 3,634 Crore Total estimated Expenditure Convergence of MGNREGS, BRGF, Mandi Funds and State Funds  State Funds Component – Rs. 2,486 Crore  MGNREGS Component – Rs. 495 Crore  Mandi Fund Component – Rs. 350 Crore  BRGF Component – Rs. 303 Crore  Total estimated expenditure – Rs. 3,634 CroreEarth Work in Embankment being taken up through MGNREGS only in those districts, where Job Card holders are available for unskilled work 18
  • Base Course Gravel/CD Construction through Other Schemes 19
  • Completed Works 20
  • Completed and Ongoing Works 2011-12 Carry New Works Works Carried Over Year Forward from Sanctioned Completed to Next Year Previous Year2008-09 - 5,63,033 28,546 5,34,4872009-10 5,34,487 1,73,825 57,987 6,50,3252010-11 6,50,325 1,65,669 1,42,963 6,73,031 7,20,1542011-12 6,73,031 1,51,535 1,04,412 (2,44,485 completed)
  • Completed and Ongoing Works 2011-12• Total no. of works :8,24,566• Completed & MIS done :1,04,412 (Jan, 12)• Completed & MIS pending :2,44,485 (Jan, 12)• Likely carry over to next year :4,75,669• Average Number of works per GP :20 nos.(Including beneficiary oriented works like TSC, Irrigation wells,Land and Farm development)
  • Completed and Ongoing Works 2011-12• Special drive to MIS completed works to be launched this year (July-August)• Boost received in 2011 after Government of India allowed partial closure.• A large no. of 5 year plantation projects completing in 2012-13• Induction of GRS & JE will boost CC formalities & MIS.
  • Financial Inclusion I• Massive exercise to completely map the entire State w.r.t. FI.• District wise villages in shadow area identified & planned for FI.• Plans discussed in DLCC & SLBC by October, 2011. Total Village : 52012 Having FI within 5 km : 37,245 Shadow Villages : 14,767
  • Financial Inclusion II• For Normal Villages : Service Area Approach• For Shadow Villages :Multi pronged approach a) Business Correspondent BC b) Mobile Banking c) Kiosk / ATM d) e- panchayat (proposed) e) Brick & Mortar Branches
  • Financial Inclusion III E-Panchayat Programme• Ambitious plan for 23012 Panchayats• Availability of a) Building b) Connectivity c) Trained manpower d) Hardware e) Power• Banks are welcome to use these facilities.• Already operational in 2500 GP’s
  • Financial Inclusion IVPlan of Concurrent Audit in GP’s• One qualified fulltime auditor for a cluster of 7-10 Gram Panchayats.• Concurrent audit as well as basic record keeping & MIS handholding.• Outsourced with support & monitoring from CAG & LFA offices.• Senior team for Block & District level.
  • Delay in Payments• Steps : Recruitment of vacant JE’s. :Strengthening MIS systems :Appraisal Committee at State level• IEC efforts :Wage disbursement camps. :Toll Free Call Centre :Panchayat Puraskar Yojna• ICT efforts :On line demand tracking :Pilots for e-MB :Pilots for e-Panchayats :SMS demand tracking
  • Issues with the Ministry• New 330 proposed branches must be in shadow villages only.• Shift from Population norms to geographical norms.• Rs. 80/- per account for BC should be over & above admin. expenditure.
  • Complaint I1. Grievance Redressal Mechanisms. • Rules to be notified. • 63 State Level quality monitors. • Toll Free Call Centre. • ‘Jan Sunvai’ every Tuesday all levels. • Active involvement of divisional commissioners. • Quarterly review in appraisal committee at State level. 30
  • Complaints II Status of GoI Complaints Category Year Received Disposed Pending VIP 2008-09 2 2 0 2009-10 7 6 1 2010-11 41 25 16 2011-12 11 3 8 Geneal 2008-09 1 1 0 2009-10 43 31 12 2010-11 51 37 14 2011-12 49 7 42 Total 93* 7 Complaints in VIP category & 13 Complaints in General category are missing/not received. 31
  • Complaints III At the State level, action taken against the following officials: • 02 Collectors and 06 CEOs of District Panchayats • 133 CEOs of Janpad Panchayat • 07 Executive Engineers • 70 AEs, 216 Junior Engineers and 22 other officials FIR registered against 160 officials and Sarpanchs. Action taken against 746 Sarpanchs and 908 Panchayat Secretaries. 32
  • Social Audit I• Mandatory Gram Sabha at Least 4 times in a year (26 Jan, 14 April, 15 August, 2 October)• Nodal Officer for each Gram Sabha.• 15 days prior notice.• ATR of previous social audit compulsory.• Many instances of action for not conducting Gram Shabha & social audit.• 100% MIS of social audit for 2011-12 done. 33
  • Social Audit II• Constitution of an independent SAU is under process.• Pilot project in Dhar district with partner NGO.• PRI & NGO personals visited & trained in NIRD Hyderabad.• Online software to enter observations. 34
  • MPR V/S MIS• Madhya Pradesh as a whole : 94%• 28 out of 50 districts are : 100%• 17 out of 50 districts between : 90% & 100%• 5 out of 50 districts are below : 90%  Monthly review by CS in VC “Parakh”  Active & competent State MIS cell to resolve issued.  Continuous efforts to improve connectivity in remote districts. 35
  • The Proposal Year 2012-13  Past Trends  Demand  Justification 36
  • Trends -Mandays and Expenditure40.00 600035.00 500030.00 29.47 26.23 27.53 3800.00 4000 22.0425.00 3531.67 3779.72 19.81 2892.67 3641.8020.00 17.59 300015.00 1862.69 200010.00 1000 5.00 0.00 0 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Rs 63.00 Rs 85.00 Rs 91.00 Rs 100.00 Rs 100.00 (Projected) Rs 122.00 Mandays (in Crore) Expenditure (in Rs. Crore)
  • Sector-wise Expenditure Trends LandDevelopmentRs. 1336 Cr. Rural Micro Irrigation Connectivity + Irrigation Rs. 6041 Cr. facility to Formers Rs. 4718 Cr. WC+Renovation of WB Flood Control, Rs. 4537 Cr. DP and Misc. Rs. 1617 Cr.
  • Year-wise Expenditure on Various Work Categories (Rs. Crore) Water Flood Conservation Rural Micro Irri. + Land Control + and Water# FY Connectivi Irri. facility to Developmen Drought Harv. + Reno. ty ind. formers t Proofing of Trad. Water Bodies1 2006-07 795.92 140.43 688.77 141.2 61.672 2007-08 1137.03 255.6 780.31 525.87 128.423 2008-09 1102.26 353.08 836.43 1249.91 231.44 2009-10 983.44 366.19 698.52 1398.37 273.375 2010-11 1202.93 384.68 611.29 1089.31 351.39 2011-12 819.67 117.74 921.96 314 290.046 ( Jan.,12) Total 6041.25 1617.72 4537.28 4718.66 1336.29
  • Year-Wise Quarterly Performance (Expenditure in Rs. Crore Mandays in Lakh) 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Qtr Mandays Exp. Mandays Exp. Mandays Exp. Mandays Exp.I Qtr 1007.00 1308.65 927.00 1264.75 683.24 1019.70 412.00 887.89II Qtr 452.00 706.63 277.00 598.28 308.56 691.94 445.00 750.06III Qtr 464.00 368.25 758.00 920.12 396.72 509.85 343.00 660.45IV Qtr 1024.00 1168.14 661.00 996.57 815.48 1420.30 - - Total 2947.00 3551.67 2623.00 3779.72 2204.00 3641.80 - -
  • Mandays and Expenditure FY 2008-09 Expenditure in Rs. Crore Mandays in Lakh
  • Mandays and Expenditure FY 2009-10 Expenditure in Rs. Crore Mandays in Lakh
  • Mandays and Expenditure FY 2010-11 Expenditure in Rs. Crore Mandays in Lakh
  • Mandays and Expenditure FY 2011-12 (January) Expenditure in Rs. Crore Mandays in Lakh
  • Demand for 2012-13• Total Mandays : 29.19 Crore• Total Expenditure : Rs. 6,305 Crore• No. Of HH Likely to demand employment : 45 Lakh• No. Of HH Likely to complete 100 days : 9.89 Lakh
  • Month-wise Labour Projection 2012-13 Number of Number of Total Estimated Total Number of Households Households likely Month Person-days likely to Expenditure (in likely to complete 100 to demand be generated Lakhs) days in employmentApril 13,20,595 3,05,62,951 66,186 0May 16,35,633 5,81,59,489 1,25,815 180June 19,87,138 8,37,19,094 1,81,485 22,924July 21,05,828 9,87,82,741 2,14,329 78,797August 22,09,939 11,10,28,591 2,40,737 1,24,217September 26,52,280 12,90,10,580 2,79,423 1,55,128October 30,14,545 14,99,80,056 3,20,113 2,13,202November 33,94,378 17,62,49,627 3,82,795 3,12,824December 37,94,219 20,46,84,503 4,43,183 4,18,124January 41,50,363 23,21,70,246 5,02,637 5,51,804February 43,59,376 28,00,06,515 5,69,183 7,96,378 46March 45,55,188 29,19,24,000 6,30,556 9,89,437
  • Project Proposals for 2012-13• Development of Land allotted to forest dwellers: – Total identified families -1.50 Lakh – Families to be covered during 2012-13 - 65,000 – Construction of irrigation wells and land development proposed. - Rs 2100Cr. – Person-days - 9.70 Cr• Irrigation Wells for individual beneficiaries: – Beneficiaries to be covered - 20,000 – Estimated Cost - Rs 600 Cr. – Person-days - 2.80 Cr 47
  • Project Proposals for 2012-13• Land development of individual formers: – Beneficiaries to be covered – 1,00,000 – Estimated Cost – Rs 500 Cr. – Person-days – 2.30 Cr.• Horticulture development for individual formers and Afforestation: – Beneficiaries to be covered 10,000 hect – Rs 200 Cr – Afforestation 40,000 Hect – Rs 550 Cr. – Person-days – 3.50 Cr 48
  • Project Proposals for 2012-13• Construction of Water Courses: – Construction of Water Courses and Field Channels in Command area of NVDA – Estimated Cost – Rs 250 Cr. – Person-days - 2.40 Cr.• TSC Toilets: – About 10 Lakh House holds to be covered – Estimated Cost - Rs 80 Cr. – Person–days @ 6 per unit -0.60 Cr. 49
  • Project Proposals for 2012-13• Single Connectivity with Convergence: Earth work on Roads providing connectivity to villages below PMGSY norms – Estimated Cost - Rs 300 Cr. – Person-days - 1.40 Cr.• Multi Connectivity: – Estimated Cost - Rs 220 Cr. – Person-days - 1.00 Cr 50
  • Project Proposals for 2012-13• Construction of Drinking Water Wells: – Estimated Cost - Rs. 300 Cr. – Person-days - 1.40 Cr.• Water Shed Development: – 317 Cluster Selected, estimated Cost - Rs 150 Cr. – Person-days - 0.70 Cr.• Carry-over and Miscellaneous Works: – Estimated Cost - Rs 1055 Cr – Person-days - 3.40 Cr. 51
  • Issues• Labour Cess on MGNREGA• Demand for Houses for beneficiary• Clarification on Ombudsman• Participation in RSBY• Convergence with MPLADS 52
  • Thank you for your time 53