NAGALAND UNIVERSITY. PRESENTED BY : DR. AMOD SHARMA NAGALAND UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES & RURAL DEVELOPMENT MEDZIPHEMA: CAMPUS, MEDZIPHEMA NAGALAND - 797 106. METHODOLOGY.
DR. AMOD SHARMA
SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES & RURAL DEVELOPMENT
MEDZIPHEMA: CAMPUS, MEDZIPHEMA
NAGALAND - 797 106.
The district of Mon, Wokha, Kohima and Mokokchung were selected for the present work selecting two RD blocks and four villages from each VDB units. Mon and Tizit R.D block of Mon district; Changtongya and Ongpangkong north R.D block of Mokokchung district; Wokha and Chukitong R.D block of Wokha district and Kohima and Tseminyu R.D block of Kohima district were selected for present investigation. The selected villages comprised of Mon, Chui, Goching, Tuimei villages from Mon R.D Block and Jaboka, Neitong, Tela and Lapa villages from Tizit R.D Block from Mon district. Longsa, Longsachung, Niroyo, Okheyan villages from Wokha R.D BlockandYanthamo, Yimkha, New Longidang and Longla villages from Chukitong R.D Block of Wokha District of Nagaland. The selected villages under Kohima district included Zisunyu , Tseminyu ,Nsunyu and Chunlika villages of Tseminyu R.D Block and Chedema , Sechu (Zubza), Mengugauma and Mezoma villages from Kohima R.D Block. Chuchuyimpang , Mokokchung , Aosettsu and Ungma villages from Ongpangkong North R.D Block and Longjang, Longpa , Sungratsu and Mopungchuket villages from Kubulong R.D Block of Mokokchung district of Nagaland.
It was found that an average of 26.5 mandays was generated under NREGA in Mon District, 44 mandays in Wokha district, 37 mandays in Kohima district and only 9.5 mandays was generated under NREGA in Mokokchung district. Thus an average of 29.25 Mandays only was generated under NREGA out of a target of 100 Mandays in these selected districts. However at the state level an average of 22.391 man days were generated in the year 2008-09 till February 2009 for a total number of 291938 house-holds.
The status of monitoring and vigilance in the selected district was found satisfactory. NREGA work are being monitored by the competent personnels and these activities are also being inspected and verified periodically.
Process of social audit was found satisfactory. On an average three to five members constituted the committee for social audit comprising, members form church, school teacher, youth leaders etc. Social audit was done periodically and a copy of the audit was made available to the project team by the concerned BDOs.
Work is not available when it is demanded by the job card holders due to non availability of fund or due to present social structure and dimentions.