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CAPACITY BUILDING DIALOGUE. SIPRD,WEST BENGAL. Capacity Building is a process which leads to complete/total access and control over Resources those are required for an Institution or an individual to exist with dignity and quality.

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    1. CAPACITY BUILDING DIALOGUE SIPRD,WEST BENGAL

    2. Capacity Building is a process which leads to complete/total access and control over Resources those are required for an Institution or an individual to exist with dignity and quality.

    3. IT must be viewed in totality and not in disaggregated manner

    4. TASKS OF SIPRD TRAINING FACILITATION RESEARCH ADVOCACY STORE HOUSE OF KNOWLEDGE & INFORMATION

    5. Systematic Approach of SIPRD to Training : 2000 Onwards TNA-2003 & 2008 Decentralized Training Cycle of PRIs: West Bengal TMD–2000, 2002,2005, 2006,2007, 2008(Ref. Trg.) TIA- 2004 TPRIs-2002, 2003, 2004,2005, 2006,2007, 2008(Ref. Trg. PRI) TOT- 2000, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2008

    6. Systematic Approach of SIPRD towards Research • Enriching content of training • Reflected in Training Materials • Publication

    7. STRATEGY OF SIPRD (2008-2013) 2. In order to enhance effectiveness and efficiency of newly elected Panchayat functionaries at least 1 time coverage of training of all elected representaives 1. Organizing TNA exercises before preparing training modules.

    8. STRATEGY OF SIPRD (2008-2013) 3. Coverage of ZP & PS members as early as possible. 4. Organizing District level TOT programmes.

    9. STRATEGY OF SIPRD (2008-2013) 5. Capacity Building of EWRs and Gender Sensitisation. 6.Exchanging Ideas through State-level ,National level & Interntional Workshops

    10. STRATEGY OF SIPRD (2008-2013) 7. Construction of permanent state level Resource –pool 8. Formation of Help-Desk and Mobile Support Staff to revitalize and to motivate the PRI functionaries .

    11. STRENGTH OF SIPRD • Experienced , Skilled , communicative and very • sound subject specific faculties. • Large Infrastructure • Very equipped supporting staffs • Technical know-hows & Expertise. • Strong Networking with the field. • Very strong networking & good name with other • states • Regular communication with the field level • practitioners , activists , NGOs • Very active Cells. • Fellow-feeling and Fraternity.

    12. WEAKNESSES • Lack of Manpower • Lack of Money • Low scope of exchanging views with • other institutions • Low scope of experiencing alternative • training strategy or latest training • methodologies • Low scope of faculty upgradation • No formal Resource-pool is there. • Less mobility support • Less liberty , less autonomy

    13. DEMAND SIDE GAPS No training coverage of ZP & PS members . No training coverage of EWRs. No timely training coverage towards Officials of PRIs. No training intervention towards opposition leaders . No Follow-up session has been done District Council members have not been addressed Need-based trainings are imparted less due to lack of manpower & lack of time

    14. Targets of SIPRD • Chairpersons of 6 standing Committees 2000 • Special Training programme for lady Sabhapatis , Pradhans & Karmadhyakshas 1270 + 118 + 1000+ 2388 • Officials of ZP & PS 4100 + 450 • General Members of Standing Committees with opposition leaders 4000 • Follow-up Sessions of Sabhapati & Sahakari Sabhapaties 329 x 2 = 658 • Follow-up Sessions of Karmadhyakshas 329 x 9= 2961 • Training of general members other than the members of Sthayee samitis 1000 Refresher Courses of the officials 4500 • Members of District Council 18 x 5 = 90 • Need-based Training --------- • District level TOT 18 x 10 = 180 Total 25,715

    15. Supply Side Gaps • Lack of Continuous Support towards PRI functionaries due to lack of manpower • Lack of necessary skill development ( photography ,doccumentation etc.) • SIPRD can’t play the role of Knowledge-Hubs properly due to lack of support-staffs • It has not used TDCC properly due to man-power. • TIS can’t be undertaken due to lack of manpower.

    16. Supply Side Gaps • Each cell is very effective but can’t perform optimally as no support staff is attached with each cell. • Field visit can’t be done due to lack of mobility support. • Ready training material can’t be supplied due to lack of Printing unit and man power within the institute. • A continuous monitoring can’t be done due to manpower.

    17. Supply Side Gaps • Training material as per need of the field can’t be supplied due to lack of manpower & lack of technical infrastructure as well as money • Regular monitoring of training or other problem regressal intervention can’t be done due to same reason.

    18. Requirements • Renovation & Upgradation of Class-room. • Training Aids --- Projector Machine (Hanging & Compact ),computers ( desktops & laptops ) , lease-line connectivity for internet users ,Large size wall-monitor , • Doccumentation Laboratory • A total Printing Unit • Upgradation of TDCC unit for communication with Zilla Parishad Panchayat Samitis and Gram Panchayats

    19. REQUIREMENTS • Upgradation of Cells with manpower ---- dedicated contractual support staffs , machineries etc. • Mobility Support --- two dedicated mobile van for field visit & doccumentation. • An autonomy like NIRD to serve effectively & optimally as per need . • Upgradation of Faculty through ----- • Faculty Exchange programme • Visit to Best practices • Common Issue-based Exchange Programme

    20. Miles to go ………………..

    21. THANK YOU