Development Initiatives taken in Jhajjar District, Haryana.


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The Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances, Government of India, organized the 2nd 'District Collectors Conference', which took place on the 6th & 7th of September in New Delhi. Over 30 district collectors participated, making presentations on best practices to overcome challenges faced in the sectors of rural development, education, urban development, law & order, and disaster management. 

The Planning Commission is providing these presentations for the public to see examples of the good work being done by young IAS officers in the field, and to promote cross-learning and innovation.

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Development Initiatives taken in Jhajjar District, Haryana.

  1. 1. Presented by :- Ajit Balaji Joshi, IAS Deputy Commissioner , Jhajjar
  2. 2. Mera Gaon Meri Bagiya  Parks provide essential environmental, aesthetic, and recreation benefits to our cities  People in our villages are deprived of green spaces for recreation. The District Administration of Jhajjar has developed 249 parks in all the villages of the District through its new scheme - Mera Gaon Meri Bagiya.  Levelling, turfing, concrete tracks for walks, swings for children and benches for the old have been made by dovetailing NREGS and G.P. funds.
  3. 3. Accessible and safe - We’ve developed and maintained a standard design with low boundary walls and concrete walkways…
  4. 4. Park at Gudha village
  5. 5. Completing a green dream – The park at Dhaniya with grass and saplings
  6. 6. Keeping in mind the years ahead – A tubewell to ensure that greenery remains, at Kondrawali
  7. 7. Turfing in progress at Munda Khera
  8. 8. Open to all children and those partial to fresh air
  9. 9. And shouldn’t India stand for green? – Celebrating the colours of freedom at Naugama
  10. 10. Carving and layering so that the earth is green – Our park at Kunjia
  11. 11. Towards greener villages – Some of the benefits that we’re noticing already  More than 5 lakh mandays have been generated  Expenditure to the tune of Rs. 14.5 crore  Spreading awareness in a practical way regarding environment  A common recreation spot for kids, women and old people with swings and walking tracks.  We didn’t forget that parks need maintenance – a tubewell for each park.  ‘PURA’, actually!  Plantation targets achieved
  12. 12. Prayas  Launched by the District Administration in 2012 as a Shramdan movement  Paving and construction of Shmashan Ghats (cremation grounds) in 250 villages of the District.  Earth filling was done by volunteers, school, college students and MNREGA Workers.  1.25 lakh people worked under this scheme.  Women and children came forward for this work for the first time. Traditionally, they have been kept away from cremation grounds.
  13. 13. Bonded by a common cause
  14. 14. All strata of society at work
  15. 15. Name of Scheme Total Budget allocation NRHM Scheme 505.24 lakh SSA 1639.00 Lakh PMS (BC) Non Plan 15.00 Lakh PMS (SC) Non Plan 100.00 Lakh PMS (SC) Plan 100.00 Lakh IGPVSY 220.00 Lakh House Scheme (SC) 320.00 Lakh EAP 1.00 Lakh IICM 2.00 Lakh Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar Medhavi Chhatar Yojna 80.00 Lakh Anushuchit Jati Chhatar Yojna 1.00 Lakh IAY 452.9 Lakh PAY 204.25 Lakh (received)
  16. 16. System of Integrated Monitoring of these Schemes at the District Level  The district development programmes are monitored round the clock through the district control room.  Meet related to the 20-point programme is conducted every month.  Meetings are being held by the Deputy Commissioner with each Head of the Office in the District separately likely:- Workshop on Convergence of MGNREGA, regarding ATMA Scheme, MDM, District Child Welfare Council/ Red Cross Society and HRHM/RSBY, training regarding elections and various issues pertaining to women and child development etc.  Control room and field visits. There is a nodal officer for every village in place.
  17. 17. Doing away with duplication  A single Proforma can be prepared with complete information about each resident of a village, so that required information can be extracted by the department as per its requirement.  This will preclude the need for repetitive surveys that are a strain on Government resource.
  18. 18.  On the 5th day of each month, a detailed village data base is updated. This includes - irrigation,  agriculture,  health, transport  education, PDS and drinking water,
  19. 19.  Our target is to enroll 100% AADHAR beneficiaries by 15th October 2013  Each scheme like NFSO, MNREGA, PAY, IAY, SC/ST Houses, Old Age Pension, PMS etc. will be integrated with AADHAR.  This will do away with the problem of duplicacy, and  enable the modernisation of revenue records
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  21. 21. CFC fact profile  CFC is an innovative scheme initiated by District Administration, Jhajjar that brings Government services to the doorstep of the common citizen. CFC will be a network of IT-enabled centres in all villages across District Jhajjar.  An example of Public Private Partnership(PPP) - the entire investment made by CFC Owners  Till now 26 CFCs have been made operational.  Over 10,000 G2C transactions have been made so far.
  22. 22.  ROR nakal services  Affidavits and certificates  Utility Bill Payments  B2C services like  Phone Recharge / DTH Recharge /Banking Service / Online application forms
  23. 23.  No funds spent by the District I.T. Society  CFC owners installed their infrastructure guided by D.I.T.S Jhajjar under the PMRY.  There is a nominal charge for provision of services.  Sharing of service charge is 60% by the CFC owner, 30% by the service provider and 10% by the D.I.T.S Jhajjar.
  24. 24. Use of technology  Introduction of biometric based attendence at  schools  Anganwadi centers  NREGS work sites  NBA  and for PDS  Real time data updating and reduction in increased work because of e-muster rolls
  25. 25. Work Allocation at Gram Panchayat Biometric attendance at work site Picture of Worksite with GPS location and date Real time monitoring of attendance and work progress using online dashboard Biometric Registration in Village Implementation of web/gps based biometric attendance in MNREGA MNREGA Biometric Attendance & monitoring system Android Based Apps
  26. 26. Biometric Registration in District Jhajjar at Rankhanda
  27. 27. Biometric attendance at work site along with its photograph Date and exact location
  28. 28. Real time monitoring of attendance and work progress
  29. 29. Gramin Bhandaran The possibility of storing food grain at the villages in order that timely supply to beneficiaries is ensured. This can be implemented under NREGA and its intent will be in consonance with the objectives of the Act.
  30. 30. Thank You