AMR-A.P.ACADEMY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT. ROLE OF PANCHAYATS IN MGNREGS BY SRI.K.CHANDRA MOULI, I.A.S COMMISSIONER,AMR-APARD ANDHRA PRADESH. MGNREGS OBJECTIVE:
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SRI.K.CHANDRA MOULI, I.A.S
AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF LIVELIHOOD SECURITY OF THE HOUSEHOLDS IN RURAL AREAS OF THE COUNTRY BY PROVIDING AT LEAST 100 DAYS OF GUARANTEED WAGE EMPLOYMENT IN EVERY FINANCIAL YEAR TO EVERY HOUSEHOLD WHOSE ADULT MEMBERS VOLUNTEER TO DO UNSKILLED MANUAL WORK .
TO PROVIDE MANUAL WORK,SCHEDULE I OF THE ACT SPECIFIED THE FOLLOWING WORKS
WATER CONSERVATION AND WATER HARVESTING
DROUGHT PROOFING(INCLUDING AFFORESTATION AND TREE PLANTATION
IRRIGATION CANALS INCLUDING MICRO AND MINOR IRRIGATION WORKS
PROVISION OF IRRIGATION FACILITY, HORTICULTURE PLANTATION AND LAND DEVELOPMENT FACILITIES ON LAND OWNED BY HOUSEHOLDS BELONGING TO THE SCs ,STs or BPL FAMILIES or to the BENEFICIARIES OF LAND REFORMS or TO THE BENEFICIARIES UNDER THE INDIRA AWAS YOJANA OF THE GoI or THAT OF THE SMALL AND MARGINAL FARMERS
(5) RENOVATION OF TRADITIONAL WATER BODIES INCLUDING DESILTING OF TANKS
(6) LAND DEVELOPMENT
(7) FLOOD CONTROL AND PROTECTION WORKS INCLUDING DRAINAGE IN WATERLOGGED AREAS
(8) RURAL CONNECTIVITY TO PROVIDE ALL-WEATHER ACCESS
TO PROVIDE WAGE EMPLOYMENT TO THE WAGE SEEKERS: DESILTING OF TANKS
PRIs ARE THE PRINCIPAL AUTHORITIES FOR PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MGNREGS:
(1) DISTRICT PANCHAYATS
(2) INTERMEDIATE PANCHAYATS
(3) GRAM PANCHAYATS
(1) DISTRICT PANCHAYATS DESILTING OF TANKS
DISTRICT PANCHAYATS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR FINALIZING THE DISTRICT PLANS AND LABOUR BUDGET AND FOR MONITORING AND SUPERVISING THE EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEE SCHEME IN THE DISTRICT
(2) INTERMEDIATE PANCHAYATS DESILTING OF TANKS
THE INTERMEDIATE PANCHAYATS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONSOLIDATION OF THE GP PLANS AT THE BLOCK LEVEL INTO A BLOCK PLAN AND FOR MONITORING AND SUPERVISION
(3) GRAM PANCHAYATS DESILTING OF TANKS
(1) PLANNING WORKS
(2) RECEIVING APPLICATIONS FOR REGISTRATION
(3)VERIFYING REGISTERED APLLICATIONS
(4) REGISTERING HOUSEHOLDS
(5) ISSUING JOB CARDS
(6)RECEIVING APPLICATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT
(7) ISSUING DATED RECEIPTS
(8) ALLOTTING EMPLOYMENT WITHIN 15 DAYS OF APPLICATION
(11) CONVENING THE GRAM SABHA FOR SOCIAL AUDIT
(12) MONITORING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SCHEME AT THE VILLAGE LEVEL
REPRESENTATION IN PANCHAYAT RAJ DESILTING OF TANKS
2,20,062 Ward Members
22 ZP Ch.Persons
GRAM PANCHAYAT : DESILTING OF TANKS
(GRAM ROZGAR SEVAK)
MANDAL PRAJA PARISHAD: DESILTING OF TANKS
ZILLA PARISHAD DESILTING OF TANKS
ZP CHAIRMAN/CHAIR PERSON
Shrama Shakti Sanghas DESILTING OF TANKS
GRAM PANCHAYAT PREPARES LAND INVENTORY DESILTING OF TANKS
PREPARE LABOUR BUDGET
WITH THE HELP OF PANCHAYAT SECRETARY, FIELD ASSISTANT, MATES AND ALSO WITH THE TECHNICAL SUPPORT OF THE TECHNICAL ASSISTANT AND ENGINEERING CONSULTANT TAKE UP FIELD TO FIELD VERIFICATION INVOLVING FARMERS,WAGE SEEKERS AND SHEL HELP GROUP MEMBERS
LIST OUT THE IDENTIFIED WORKS
PUT THE LIST OF IDENTIFIED WORKS IN THE GRAM SABHA FOR APPROVAL
ACCORD APPROVAL FOR THE WORKS AND PASS RESOLUTION
SEND THE APPROVED LIST OF WORKS TO THE MANDAL PARISHAD
Farmer Centric Projects-Land Inventory DESILTING OF TANKS
Fixed Payment cycle DESILTING OF TANKS
Opening of Muster
Disbursement of wages in post office
Wed - Sat
(Day 10- 13)
Closing of Muster Roll
Conveyance of cash to BPM
Measurement & Check Measurement
Handing over cheque to BPM
Data Entry in MCC
Pay Order & Preparation of Cheques
The objective is to achieve complete transparency in implementation of MGNREGS by obtaining LIVE data from the Worksite to the Website on day to day basis.
The mobile technology is customised and deployed for the MGNREGS field functionaries through different mobile applications like e-Muster, e-Measurement, e-muster verification and e-check measurement.
eMMS is designed to arrest distortions in the programme like Muster Fudging; Delays in Payments; Binami Wageseekers; Fake Measurements and Work Duplication.
Muster Roll & Measurement Book
The eFMS is introduced basically to avoid parking of funds with POs and DPCs. This ensured efficient fund transfer system through online money transfers
All the MCCs and DCCs are networked to the central server and through that to a central fund in which all the MGNREGA funds are lodged.
eFMS enables electronic transfer of money to an account of disbursing agency (post office/smart card bank etc) where there is a requirement and allows optimum utilization of funds.
eFMS avoids deficiency of funds or excess of funds at Mandal level.
The Mandal level staff is liberated from the maintenance of cheque books and maintenance of detailed account books.
E Pay Order
3. Web Report
5.Head Post Office A/c
6.Smart card Banker A/c
8.Individual Salary Account
Sub Post Office
Community service provider
MGNREGS payments are done in the village using bio-metric identification process using smart cards.
Each beneficiary is issued a biometric smart card (finger print technology)
Banks appoints a Customer Service Provider (CSP) in each village identified by the banker equipped with a smart card reader networked to the bank server.
Each beneficiary is given a bank account after biometric authentication by the bank.
All disbursements are credited electronically to the accounts of the beneficiaries.
Banks arrange cash to the CSP using a Business Correspondent (BC).
A village-wise campaign is underway to issue to 1 Crore smart cards before December, 2010.
Payment to Labor by Agent
Total Amount objected in Social Audit : Rs 92.5 Cr
Total Amount recovered : Rs 17.57 Cr
No.of officials dismissed : 4791
No.of officials suspended : 1772
No.of FIRs booked : 641
Departmental enquiries initiated : 1862
To take up follow up action on the Social audit reports, dedicated Social Audit & Vigilance cells have been created with dedicated staff at both the State and the District level.
A retired senior IAS officer has been appointed as Chief Vigilance officer MGNREGA for taking up follow up action on complaints having a vigilance angle.