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  1. Performance Review Committee (PRC) meeting 28th May, 2013 (MGNREGA Division) Group-II

  2. Structure of Presentation Part: A • C &AG Performance Audit Report 2013 (30 min) Part: B • Programme Overview (45 min) Part: C - Focus Areas for 2013-14 (45 min) Part D • State specific issues

  3. Part A

  4. Audit Scope & Sample Period Covered: 2007-08 to 2011- 12 Sample Size: 28 States & 4 Uts • 182 districts • 458 blocks • 3,848 GPs

  5. Issues with regard to Planning 1. Documented Annual Plan not prepared or is incomplete in 100% the surveyed GPs Tamil Nadu & Gujarat 2. State Specific Issues SEGC not functional: Himachal Pradesh, Goa 3. Other Issues -Lack of training -District Perspective Plans not prepared -Labour Budget not being prepared properly -Door to door survey not conducted -Works taken up were outside the Annual Plan

  6. Capacity Building 1. % shortage against required posts for GRS Guj (61%), Har (7%), HP (67%), J&K (78%), UP(20%) 2. % shortage against required post for Tas Bihar (41%), Gujarat (54%), J&K (69%), UP (31%) 3. Other issues -Inadequate training given to key functionaries -Part time functionaries deployed in some states like Maharashtra -SEGC not formed -IEC budget un-utlized, IEC plans not formulated -State Government ruled not formulated

  7. Fund Management 1. Irregular claim by Karnataka on pending liabilities 2. Short release of State ShareRaj (10.1 crore) 3. Expenditure on inadmissible items Or (.14 cr) –furniture, repairs of vehicles Bih (.86 cr) – BPL survey J & K (1.06 cr) –activities not related to MGNREGA Raj (.02 cr) –furniture, Acs TN (.49 cr)- pay of non- MGNREGA staff 4. Diversion of Funds Orissa (2.07 cr), UP ( 1.51 cr), Kar (1.98 cr) Raj (128.7 cr) – KeshavBadiYojana, pay arrears, honorarium etc.

  8. Fund Management (contd.) 4. Suspected/ confirmed misappropriation of funds Bih (.23 cr), Guj (6.08 cr), Har (.08 cr), Raj (.21 cr), UP (2.6 cr), Kar (.22 cr) 5. Other Issues-Non creation of SEGF -Utilisation of interest income -Irregularities in management of administrative expenses -Monthly Squaring of Accounts not done -No format for maintaining accounts

  9. Registration & Job Cards • Issue of multiple Job Cards (No. of duplicate JCs) Bihar (2899 JCs), Rajasthan (40 JCs) • JCs missing photographs, signatures/JCs not in custody of HH Bihar(3158 JCs), HP (3332), UP (960) Rajasthan (10992) 3. Other Issues -Door to door survey not done -Non-updation/display of registration list -Non-issue/delay in of Job Cards -Employment Guarantee Day not observed

  10. Employment Generation & Wage Payment 1. Dated receipts not maintained (GPs) not given in almost 100% of the surveyed GPs Bih, Guj, TN, UP 2. Non-payment of wages (Rs. Lakh) Bih (117.85), Guj (.43), Har (207.47),UP (1.3), WB (503.8) 3. Tampering of Muster Rolls (No. of MRs) UP (259), Bih (213), Or (78), Ker (26) Har (22), Kar (127)

  11. Employment Generation & WagePayment (contd.) • Ghost Workers (No. of GWs) • Or (170), Raj (82), WB (29), Kar (3077) • Engagement of workers under different MRs for same period • Or (170), Bih (159), Ker (48), Kar (3081) • Suspected misappropriation of wages (in Lakhs) • Guj (607.39), UP (22.33), Bih (7.47), • Kar (592.94) 7. Other Issues • -Non-maintenance/poor maintenance of records • -Non-issue of Wage slips

  12. Works • Incomplete Works • Raj (869), Bih (754), Gu (392), Or (266), Kar (733897) • 2. Use of contracts and machinery (Exp, for works in Rs. cr) • Bih (.23) • 3. Non-issue of completion reports (no. of works) • HP (15366), UP (3091), Guj (923), TN (322), Raj (307), Kar (569000) • 4. Execution of suspect/duplicate woks/doubtful payment (no. of works) Bih (549) • 5. Other Issues • -Wage material exceeded the prescribed level • -Works on personal land of Ineligible beneficiaries • -Creation of non-durable assets • -Poor executions of convergence activities • -Deficient Stock maintenance practices • -Lack of technical support at Gram Panchayat

  13. Monitoring & Evaluation 1. VMC’s not constituted in any GP out of the surveyed area: Bih, Or 2. Social Audits (% done out of required) Bih (22), UP (23), HP (43), Or (50), Raj (87), Kar (16) 3.Other findings Bih: Expenditure of Rs 34.19 crore overstated in MPR 4. Other Issues -Ineffective monitoring through State Quality Monitors (SQM) and District Quality Monitors (DQM) -Non appointment of Ombudsman in some district -Discrepancies in MIS -Inadequate training of functionaries -Ambiguos users making data entry

  14. States to furnish replies / ATR PAC Scheduled on 29th May Letters to States Only Sikkim, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu & Uttarakhand have furnished replies.

  15. Part B

  16. OUTCOMES: Average Persondays per HH National Average: FY 2011-12: 43 Days FY 2012-13: 46 Days

  17. Percentage of HHs completed 100 days of employment

  18. Performance in drought Affected Blocks Average Persondays per HH

  19. Performance in drought Affected Blocks % HHs Provided employment of 100 & More than 100 days

  20. Women Participation rate in Persondays (FY 2012-13) At least 1/3rd of the beneficiaries shall be women who have registered and requested for work under the Scheme (MGNREGA ACT, Schedule II, Section 6) FY 2012-13: 52% FY 2011-12: 48%

  21. Women Participation rate (FY 2012-13)

  22. SC Participation rate (FY 2012-13) Share of SCs in rural Population (census 2011): 18.5% SC participation rate under MGNREGA : 22%

  23. ST Participation rate (FY 2012-13) Share of STs in rural Population (census 2011): 11.3% ST participation rate under MGNREGA : 17%

  24. SC HHs registered and provided employment as compare to SC HHs as per census 2011 (FY 2012-13) HHs figures in Lakhs

  25. ST HHs registered and provided employment as compare to ST HHs as per census 2011 (FY 2012-13) HHs figures in Lakhs

  26. Suggestion States to share experiences & problems if any • State to ensure atleast one work in each SC/ST habitation of the Panchayat during preparation of Annual Shelf of Project. • State to update the SC/ST status of beneficiaries in the NREGASoft. • Works on the land of SC and ST HHs will be taken on Priority. (Circular no. 11060/3/2009-NREGA dated 1st September, 2009)

  27. Status of SC/ST updation in Jobcards Issue : As per last PRC States to update the SC/ST status of beneficiaries in the NREGASoft but no progress reflected.

  28. Performance against approved LB (FY 2012-13) Issue : State to analyse low performance against Labour Budget

  29. Performance against approved LB Persondays generated (In Lakhs) (FY 2012-13) Issue : State to analyse low performance against Labour Budget

  30. Work Completion rate (Works Started in 2009-10 & earlier)

  31. Work Completion rate (Works Started in 2010-11)

  32. Work Completion rate (Works Started in 2011-12)

  33. Work Completion rate (Works Started in 2012-13)

  34. Status of e-MR implementation (FY 2012-13)

  35. Muster Roll Issued Vs Filled as per MIS (FY 2012-13)

  36. Status of seeding of Aadhaar in NREGASoft

  37. Status of seeding of Aadhaar in district under DCT Scheme

  38. Status of seeding of Aadhaar in district under DCT Scheme

  39. Status of seeding of Aadhaar in district under DCT Scheme

  40. STATUS OF e-FMS IMPLEMENTATION

  41. IEC for MGNREGA

  42. Social audit • MGNREGA Audit of Schemes Rules notified in June, 2011 • Social audit in every GP once in 6 months • Need to operationalize social audit mechanism in all States • Anchoring & Facilitation by an independent Society/Directorate. • Progress so far • 14 States have completed Pilot Social audit: AP, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, MP, Maharashtra, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, TN, UP and West Bengal • 7 States have setup SAU (either Society or Directorate).: Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Odisha, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu (either Society or Directorate). • 3 States have outsourced Social Audit : Gujarat (NGO- Unnati), Himachal Pradesh (SIRD) and Punjab (SIRD) • 8 States have appointed the director of SAU : AP, J& K, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu andUttar Pradesh

  43. Instructions on Ombudsman-Key changes

  44. Instructions on Ombudsman-Key changes

  45. Present Status of appointment of Ombudsman in the States

  46. Pending Parliament Assurances

  47. Part C

  48. Focus Areas: 2013-14 A) Deepening processes for: • Demand Registration • Capacity Building • Quality Aspects in Assets • Maintenance of Assets B) Suggested list of indicators for performance monitoring

  49. Means • Phone Services • SMS • IVRS • Helpline • Kiosk • H/H devise (Biometric / card based) • Paper Application. Demand Registration- Possible Channels & Means Channels GP/PO office AW, SHG, Teachers, ward members 3rd Party (e.g. CSC operator) Mate at the worksite Self (directly in the system or through an intermediary)

  50. Possible Combinations