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Partnering In Social Reforms. Civil Society, Industry, Enterprise, Business & Government Tushar Jani Please see last slide for details to contact Tushar Jani This note circulated by i Watch on behalf of Tushar Jani. Partnering In Social Reforms. VARIOUS GOVERNMENT SCHEMES AVAILABLE

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partnering in social reforms

Partnering In Social Reforms

Civil Society, Industry, Enterprise, Business & Government

Tushar Jani

Please see last slide for details to contact Tushar Jani

This note circulated by i Watch on behalf of Tushar Jani

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Partnering In Social Reforms
various government schemes available
Widowed, Abandoned & Divorced Women Pension Scheme

National Family Assistance Scheme

Pension for the Aged

Pension & Assistance Scheme for the Handicapped

Medical Aid Scheme

Assistance in Daughter’s Marriage/Conducting Mass Marriage

Pension for a Girl Child’s Birth

Accident Insurance for People below the Poverty Line

Life Insurance for Farmers

Aid to Build a House

Senior Citizen Card Scheme

Home for Orphans

Funeral Assistance for Backward Classes

Financial Assistance of Rs.26000/- to Parents on Accidental Death of Student

Various Government Schemes Available
the difficulties
The Difficulties
  • Officially declared schemes remain on paper due to
    • Inadequate channeling
    • Lack of awareness
  • Industry should partner with the Government and bridge the gap that exists between the supply and demand of the schemes and in the process utilize the widely practiced management skills to help bring about Social Reforms
sihor taluka case study
Sihor Taluka Case Study
  • Sihor taluka is a 200 Sq. km block in the Bhavnagar district of Western Gujarat
  • A population of 80,000



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A charitable trust ran by our family has employed two social workers

These workers have studied various social welfare schemes available For example,

Indira Gandhi Awas Yojna

Rajiv Gandhi Rojgar Yojna

Women Upliftment Scheme

Women Entrepreneur Scheme

Housing Schemes

Educational Schemes

The social workers maintain records and follow up with the Government regarding the schemes

Sihor Taluka Case Study
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The workers then visit the villages in the taluka to create awareness for the schemes

They assist people with the transactional activities such as filling the forms, obtaining certificates, submission of the documents to the Government authority etc.

They then follow up with the Government regarding the applications submitted

Sihor Taluka Case Study
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It does not STOP there...

The workers ensure that the people receive the benefits they are entitled for

In 2001 there were:

119 pensions obtained for widows

17 pensions obtained for the abandoned women

23 pensions obtained for divorced women

61 pensions obtained for the aged

Sihor Taluka Case Study
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Sihor Taluka Case Study
  • Till end-August 2003, there were:
    • 652 pensions obtained for widows
    • 23 pensions obtained for the sick
    • 50 pensions obtained for the handicapped
    • 223 pensions obtained for the aged
    • 13 pensions obtained for girl child’s birth
    • 294 cases under National Family Assistance Scheme
    • 29 cases of assistance for girls’ marriage
    • 14 cases of organizing Mass Marriage
    • 14 cases of assistance for Mass Marriage
    • 5 cases of Housing Scheme Assistance

The total benefits received amounted to Rs. 1,00,00,000

The projection for the next year is Rs. 1,25,00,000

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Sihor Taluka Case Study

Beneficiaries of the various schemes

along with the social workers

contd sihor taluka case study
Contd…… Sihor Taluka Case Study

Beneficiaries of the various schemes

along with the social workers

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Sihor Taluka Case Study

It is all very COST EFFICIENT...

  • Each social worker’s monthly cost is Rs.5,000 including their salary
  • They have been given minimal infrastructure support of fax, email and transportation
  • Their salary increments are directly related to the number of benefits they are able to obtain
  • The social workers generate reports on fortnightly basis for you to maintain control on your investment
  • To ensure full return on the investment the workers are also given targets for each individual schemes
measures for further improvement
Measures for further improvement

Measures being adopted for further improvement:

  • Open Head Office in Sihor Village
  • Open a Branch Office in all Talukas
  • Organize monthly visits to all branches
  • Inculcate values of social service in other people
  • Tap Donors and Charitable Institutions for financial aid
  • Create awareness by way of publicity/advertising about various Government-assisted Schemes
  • Provide assistance to needy people
  • Continuous support to Supply Chain of Social Reforms
supply chain of social reforms
Supply Chain of Social Reforms

Social Workers study the

schemes available

Beneficiaries of the schemes

are identified and made

aware - Demand

Government offers

various schemes - Supply

Each application for benefits

is followed up with the


Social Workers help the

beneficiaries with required

formalities for each scheme

The social workers ensure

that the beneficiaries receive

their deserved benefits

The needy receive the help

they need and deserve

how you can help
How YOU Can Help
  • There are 9,000 talukas (Blocks) in India
  • There are 2,25,000 Panchayats within India
  • There are 6,25,000 villages within India
  • There are 9,000 FICCI/CII/ASSOCHAM members nationally
  • & nearly 18,000 Lions/Rotary International Clubs nationally
  • If each one adopt on an average 0.35 block, THIS WILL:
    • Serve as a bridge between Govt. & People for Social Reforms
    • Help the Government help the needy at a minimal cost
    • Improve standard of living of people below the poverty line
    • Employ 36,000 or more social workers

It is a WIN-WIN-WIN Relationship

thank you

Thank You

For further Questions please contact Tushar JaniChairman,SCA GROUP OF COMPANIES,201,Navrattan Bldg.,69,P.D’Mello Road,MUMBAI 400009.INDIATel :+91-23427640Fax :+91-23410607 / 23422233E-mail: [email protected]

Note: Tushar Jani and his team have done all the work as shown in these slides

i Watchis acting only like a Catalyst to spread this message