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Implementation Of NREGA - Orissa Perspective

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  • * 07/16/96 * ##
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    • 1. Welcome to the Presentation on Implementation of NREGA: Orissa Perspective
    • 2. Orissa in Nutshell
      • Total area (Sq Kms) 155707
      • Population (2001 Census) 36804660
      • SC- (2001) 6082063
      • ST- (2001) 8145081
      • 30 Districts/58 Sub-Division/314 Blocks/6234 GPs/51349 Villages.
      • KBK- 8 districts viz. Kalahandi, Nuapada, Bolangir, Sonepur, Rayagada, Malkangiri, Nawarangpur, Koraput
    • 3. NREGA in Orissa 3672 Gram Panchayats 19 Districts 205 Blocks
    • 4.
      • Villages 33527
      • Total Families as per BPL census-2002 44.80 lakhs*
      • As on 10.7.2006
      • Registration 27.34 lakh families
      • Job Card issued 20.25 lakh families
      • Persons given employment 11.52 lakh
      • Financial Achievement
      • Total Fund available 396.29 crores
      • Expenditure 121.51 crore (31%)
    • 5. NFFWP : Precursor to NREGA
      • Perspective Plan of 18 district prepared by PRIs in consultation with reputed agencies like; IIT Kgp, XIM Bbsr, ORMAS,& CYSD .
      • Government Policy to enhance irrigation coverage upto 35% of total cultivable land – accordingly minimum 50% of allocation to go to irrigation sector – by creating/renovating water bodies.
      • Further emphasis was laid on providing all weather accessibility to the villages having population more than 1000.
    • 6. NFFWP : Continued
      • Emphasis on development of GIS data with a complete inventory of roads , water channels and water bodies with standard coding pattern prescribed.
      • Accordingly 5 year Perspective Plans of 18 districts have been prepared.
      • Consequently these plans have been made NREGA compliant.
      • Now Annual Plans have been derived from these Perspective Plans for preparing shelf of projects and executing under NREGA.
    • 7.
      Sample of Such Codings :
    • 8.  
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    • 10. TYPES OF WORKS TAKEN UP IN ORISSA
      • Objective- Provide employment guarantee and side by side build up robust infrastructure in rural areas.
      • Irrigation, water conservation/harvesting.
      • Provide an irrigation source in the land of SC/ST to bring irrigation coverage of the cultivable land of the state to 35% .
      • Rural connectivity for providing all weather access. Even Pucca roads are built maintaining wage/material parity of 60:40 ratio at District level OREGS provides for this.
      • Afforestation (Avenue+Block plantation)
    • 11. MIS and IT Application
      • Vision: Automation for Transparency
      • E-Panchayat with capacity to
        • inform
        • interact
        • transact business on internet
      • Three-tier PRIs inter-linked electronically with Directorate and Secretariat with automated
        • Fund flow
        • Financial accounting
        • Project monitoring
        • Beneficiaries monitoring
    • 12. Hardware Connectivity Manpower DRS PRIASOFT RURALSOFT Steps taken Area of coverage Steps taken since April 2004: Today’s Situation Providing computer hardware to each and every Block office including LAN facility. All 314 Block offices in Orissa. The DRDAs already have the necessary computers and peripherals since last 3 years. V-SAT based 128 kbps network facility connecting all the Blocks, DRDAs with the State All 314 Blocks and 30 DRDAs. Over 314 Blocks have already got the V-SAT commissioned. I.T qualified technical personnel to provide on site support for application software and training. 344 technical personnel have already been in position since April 1 st week of 2004. Direct Reception System (DRS) facility for training of the functionaries of PRIs. VSAT connectivity for transfer of Information. All 314 Blocks and 1192 GPs in KBK districts . All 314 Blocks,30 districts are linked with state Hq. Implementation of PRIASOFT for funds flow monitoring as per the CAG – compliant Online transmission of data in 6234 GPs, 314 Block & 30 DRDAs on monthly basis linked to PR website. Implementation of RURALSOFT for monitoring of physical progress of Poverty Alleviation Programmes Online transmission of data in 6234 GPs, 314 Block & 30 DRDAs linked to PR website.
    • 13. NPP/DRDA PORTAL PAMIS PAY ROLL (BETAN) Steps taken Area of coverage Today’s Situation… NREGA online DRDA/Block portal using e-NRICH Implemented all 30 districts Implementation of PAMIS for monitoring of daily accounts in 30 Districts/314 Blocks as per the CAG – compliant Implemented in all 30 DRDAs Implemented in all Blocks / Block professionals have been sensitized . Implementation of PAYROLL in 30 Districts/314 Blocks Implemented in all 314 Blocks & 30 DRDAs (http://ori.nic.in/betan) Implementation NREGA online in 19 NREGA districts
      • Implemented in 19 districts, 205 blocks and 3672 GPs
      • (http://nrega.nic.in)
    • 14.  
    • 15.  
    • 16. Gramsat Network
    • 17. MIS & IT APPLICATIONS : Continued
        • Such functionally stable IT infrastructures enabled the implementing agencies to feed the NREGA data online:
        • 27.34 lakhs families registered (out of 44.80 lakhs), Data entry of 23.17 lakhs families have been made in NREGA Software . http://nrega.nic.in
        • 20.25 lakhs families have been issued with Job-Cards.
        • -Data entry related to New Works, Work Allotment, Muster Roll in Progress.
        • Digital Photographs of 57 lakhs individuals in progress.
        • All MPRs are being sent to Government of India electronically.
    • 18.
    • 19. Job Card with Unique ID
    • 20.  
    • 21. Man Power Planning
      • Government approved in first stage:
        • 410 G.P Technical Assistant (one for 10 G.Ps): 205 already in position
        • Gram Rozgar Sevaks in the G.P.s, where there is no Secretary.
        • 205 Computer Assistants (one for each Block)
        • 30 firms of Chartered Accountants on outsourcing basis at Block level.
    • 22. Challenges and Issues
      • Effective Social Mobilisation through Multi-Media campaign for mobilising sufficient jobseekers to work – a time consuming process.
      • Strengthening of GP and capacity building of its manpower – A time consuming process.
      • Building Robust Infrastructure in Rural Areas Requires Labour Supporting Machines.
    • 23. Challenges and Issues :Continued
      • Livelihood linkages-Tank for Pisciculture/Horticulture-1 lakh tanks in the lands of SC/ST BPL families.
      • To execute such works minimum requirement of labourers may be reduced to 10/20, from the present requirement of 50 as stipulated in Schedule II (13 a).
      • Involvement of SHGs for Awareness Generation and Exeuction of works.
      • Administrative Charges may be enhanced to 6% of the allocation to cater to manpower and logistical need.
    • 24. We are grateful for kind attention...