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  1. Performance Review Committee (PRC) meeting 31st May -1st June 2012 Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi (MGNREGA Division)

  2. Presentation Structure Part A • Performance Outcome & Issues • Average persondays • Women participation • SC/ST coverage • Work completion rate • Wage material ratio • Performance against approved labour budget • MIS reporting • Social Audit • Demand registration • RSBY and MGNREGA (ii) New initiatives • New works • Convergence with TSC • CAG Audit Part B (i) State Specific Issues: LB & Funds, MIS & Others

  3. OUTCOMES (FY 2011-12)Average Persondays per HH National Average: 42 days Issue : State to Report reasons for low average persondays per HH

  4. Women Participation rate (FY 2011-12) 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) National women participation rate: 48%

  5. SC/ ST Participation rate (FY 2011-12) SC participation rate: 22% ST Participation rate: 18% MIS to be updated for SC/ST information

  6. Work Completion rate (2011-12) Issue : States to report action taken for improving work completion rate

  7. Percentage of Wage Expenditure (FY 2011-12) Issue : States to clarify non adherence to 60:40 wage material ratio.

  8. Performance against approved LB Persondays generated (In Lakhs) (FY 2011-12) Issue : State to analyse low performance against Labour Budget

  9. Muster Roll Issues Vs Filled as per MIS (FY 2011-12)

  10. Muster Roll Issues Vs Filled as per MIS (FY 2012-13)

  11. Social audit States to share experiences & problems if any • 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 • States which have completed Pilot Social audit: Chhattisgarh, Punjab, Rajasthan, AP, Tamil Nadu. • States which have setup SAU: Andhra Pradesh, UP, Rajasthan. • States which have outsourced Social Audit : Punjab, Gujarat. • States which have appointed the director of SAU : AP, UP and Rajasthan.

  12. Status of RSBY beneficiaries as per MIS (FY 2011-12)

  13. Status of RSBY to MGNREGA

  14. Status of RSBY to MGNREGA

  15. New Initiatives

  16. Latest Amendment in schedule’s, notified on 4th May 2012 • Addition of 30 new works.( Para IB, IC and ID) • Priority of works to be decided by Gram Panchayat in meetings of the Gram Sabha and the Ward Sabha. (para IB) • As part of the Scheme, the State Govt Shall provide for proper maintenance of the public assets created under the Scheme (Para 5) • Labour : material i.e., 60:40 to be maintained at Gram Panchayat level. (Para 9) • Clarification on the working hour i.e., nine hours including one hour of rest. (Para 8)  • Insertion of enabling provision for e-MMS i.e., Each muster roll shall have a unique identity number and be certified by the Programme Officer and shall contain such mandatory information as may be specified by order, by the Central Government. (Para 3-d)  • Workers to be paid on piece rate basis i.e. The State Government shall link the wages with the quantity of work and it shall be paid according to the schedule of rates fixed by the State Government for different types of work every year, in consultation with the State Council. (Para 7)

  17. New Permissible Works Under MGNREGA States to list queries if any

  18. Convergence of TSC with MGNREGS • Non Negotiable in work execution • In case of IHHL, the individual household beneficiaries shall be a household eligible under MGNREGA for work on private land/homestead. • All sanitation facilities project shall be part of District TSC plan, approved • by the Gram Sabha and GP and shall be part of annual shelf • of project. • The entire IHHL unit will be treated as a MGNREGA project for the • purposes of (a) giving a unique work ID (b) entry in Works & Asset register • (c) Social Audit by Gram Sabha (d) evaluation by Vigilance & Monitoring • Committee States to list queries if any

  19. CAG Audit • It is understood that entry conferences have been held in all states. • State may share if they have any difficulties. • Ministry is working on a scheme to get GP accounts to be certified by empanelled CA/CA Firms. • States may give suggestion in this regard.

  20. Part BHall number 21. Andhra Pradesh2. Bihar3. Goa4. Gujarat5. Haryana6. Himachal Pradesh7. Jammu and Kashmir 8. Jharkhand 9. Karnataka10. Orissa

  21. LB & Funds (FY 2012-13): AP

  22. MIS: AP a) Muster Entered b) Work Completion An automated system to be designed for seamless data flow from AP MIS to NREGASoft

  23. Other issues: Andhra Pradesh • State yet to frame unemployment allowance rules. • Delay in wage payment for more than 15 days in the case of 318112 musters amounting to Rs 190.67cr. • No. of Job cards with different no. and same head of household name are 65.20 lakhs. • The state is incurring administrative expenses to the tune of 9-10% which is far in excess of the 6% permitted. • State to comply with the requirement of the Act that atleast 50% of the works are to be implemented by GPs. • Framing of Grievance Redressal Rules yet to be done.

  24. LB & Funds (FY 2012-13): Bihar

  25. MIS: Bihar a) Muster Entered b) Work Completion c) Pipeline expenditure (FY 2011-12): Rs. 302 Cr d) Discrepancy in OB (1.4.2011): Audited Figure: Rs. 581 Cr MIS Data: Rs. 1077 Cr e) Out of total expenditure of Rs 1669 Cr. Only Rs 1516 Cr. expenditure reported on MIS

  26. Issues: Bihar • State yet to pay unemployment allowance for 6.69 lakh person-days and frame unemployment allowance rules. • Delay in wage payment for more than 90 days in the case of 3.12 lakh musters amounting to Rs. 100.04 cr. • ATR pending for 20 number VIP complaints and 139 number of general complaints • Out of 38, Ombudsmen appointed for 13 districts only. • State yet to set up independent Social Audit Directorate. . • Wage Material Ratio is not maintained in 21 Districts. • Integration of CPSMS with NREGASoft to be worked out. • Participation of women is 28.64% • Verifications pending for 22.60 lakh job cards issued that have identical name of Head of HH.

  27. LB & Funds (FY 2012-13): GOA

  28. MIS: Goa a) Muster Entered b) Work Completion c) Discrepancy in OB (1.4.2011): Audited Figure: Rs. 4.76 Cr MIS Data: Rs. 5.96 Cr

  29. Issues: Goa • State yet to frame unemployment allowance rules. • Delay in wage payment for more than 15 days in the case of 1042 musters amounting to Rs 1.49 cr. • No Ombudsmen appointed. • State yet to set up independent Social Audit Directorate. Information/reports on social audits conducted yet to be fully uploaded onto the Ministry’s website. • eFMS pilot to be rolled out in North Goa district • No. Of Job cards with different no. and same head of household name are 1496

  30. LB & Funds (FY 2012-13): GUJARAT

  31. MIS: Gujarat a) Muster Entered b) Work Completion c) Pipeline expenditure (FY 2011-12): Rs. 20 Cr d) Discrepancy in OB (1.4.2011): Audited Figure: Rs. 430 Cr MIS Data: Rs. 445 Cr

  32. Issues: Gujarat • State yet to pay unemployment allowance for 8005 person-days and frame unemployment allowance rules. • Delay in wage payment for more than 90 days in the case of 21509 musters amounting to Rs. 23.15 Cr. • ATR pending for 17 number VIP complaints and 07 number of general complaints • State yet to set up independent Social Audit Directorate. Information/reports on social audits conducted yet to be fully uploaded onto the Ministry’s website. • Wage Material Ratio is not maintained in 8 Districts. • eFMS pilot has been completed and state to roll it out in entire state in FY 12-13. • Verifications pending for 7 lakh job cards issued that have identical name of Head of HH

  33. LB & Funds (FY 2012-13): HARYANA

  34. MIS: Haryana a) Muster Entered b) Work Completion c) Discrepancy in OB (1.4.2011): Audited Figure: Rs. 18.55 Cr MIS Data: Rs. 16.21 Cr

  35. Issues: Haryana SEGC- The frequency of SEGC meetings may be increased. Only two meetings have taken place (on 07.08.2008 and 28.01.2010). State yet to pay unemployment allowance for 144 person-days and frame unemployment allowance rules. Delay in wage payment for more than 90 days in the case of 945 musters amounting to Rs. 1.58 cr. ATR pending for 1number of VIP complaints and 21 number of general complaints No Ombudsmen has been appointed. State to expedite appointment. State yet to set up independent Social Audit Directorate. Information/reports on social audits conducted yet to be fully uploaded onto the Ministry’s website. eFMS pilot to be rolled out in Panchkula District. Participation of women is 36% Out of 4234 works running behind the schedule, around 73% delayed by > 90 days.

  36. LB & Funds (FY 2012-13): HIMACHAL PRADESH

  37. MIS: Himachal Pradesh a) Muster Entered b) Work Completion c) Discrepancy in OB (1.4.2011): Audited Figure: Rs. 305 Cr MIS Data: Rs. 279 Cr

  38. Issues: Himachal Pradesh • SEGC-Only two meetings held since its constitution. • State yet to pay unemployment allowance for 2944 person-days and frame unemployment allowance rules. • Delay in wage payment for more than 90 days in the case of 11725 musters amounting to Rs. 22.78 cr. • ATR pending for 4 number VIP complaints and 14 number of general complaints • State yet to set up independent Social Audit Directorate. • eFMS to be rolled out in Chamba District. • Out of 652 works running behind the schedule, around 65% delayed by > 90 days.

  39. LB & Funds (FY 2012-13): J & K

  40. MIS: Jammu & Kashmir a) Muster Entered b) Work Completion c) Pipeline expenditure (FY 2011-12): Rs. 104 Cr d) Discrepancy in OB (1.4.2011): Audited Figure: Rs. 47 Cr MIS Data: Rs. 159 Cr e) Out of total expenditure of Rs 776 Cr. Only 413 Crore expenditure reported on MIS

  41. Issues: Jammu & Kashmir • After the constitution of State Employment Guarantee Council (SEGC) in 2007-08 only two meetings have been convened so far. • State yet to set up State Employment Guarantee Fund to facilitate smooth flow of funds to districts • State is yet to pay unemployment allowance for 3.14 lakh person-days and frame unemployment allowance rules. • Delay in wage payment for more than 90 days in the case of 10,228 musters amounting to Rs 16.15 cr. • No Ombudsman has been appointed. • State is yet to set up independent Social Audit Directorate. Districts have not submitted updated status of social audit. • Wage Material Ratio (60:40) is not maintained in 12 districts. • Participation of women is 17.76% • Verifications pending for 3.06 lakh job cards issued that have identical name of Head of Households. .

  42. LB & Funds (FY 2012-13): JHARKHAND

  43. MIS: Jharkhand a) Muster Entered b) Work Completion c) Discrepancy in OB (1.4.2011): Audited Figure: Rs. 324 Cr MIS Data: Rs. 368 Cr

  44. Issues: JHARKHAND • Nearly 30,000 wells taken up by the state in FY 10-11 which are yet to be completed. • State yet to pay unemployment allowance for 3,010 person-days for the year 2011-12 and frame unemployment allowance rules. • Delay in wage payment for more than 90 days in the case of 480 musters amounting to Rs.0.28 cr. • ATR pending for 10 number VIP complaints and 44 number of general complaints • Out of 24, Ombudsmen appointed for 3 districts only. • State yet to set up independent Social Audit Directorate. • Participation of women is only 30.95% • Very limited portfolio of works (Mostly wells). • Wage Material Ratio is not maintained (wage: material) in 24 Districts. • eFMS to be rolled out in Ranchi district.

  45. LB & Funds (FY 2012-13): KARNATAKA

  46. MIS: Karnataka a) Muster Entered b) Work Completion c) Pipeline expenditure (FY 2011-12): Rs. 580 Cr d) Discrepancy in OB (1.4.2011): Audited Figure: Rs. 1095 Cr MIS Data: Rs. 1077 Cr

  47. Issues : Karnataka • State was yet to pay unemployment allowance for 22493 person-days and frame unemployment allowance Rules. • Delay in wage payment more than 90 days in case of 7783 musters amounting to Rs. 30.86 Cr. . • State yet to set up independent social audit directorate. • Wage material ratio is not maintained (wage : material) in 9 districts. • e-FMS to be rolled out in entire state in FY 12-13. • Verifications pending for 26.58 lakh job cards issued that have identical name of Head of household.

  48. LB & Funds (FY 2012-13): ODISHA

  49. MIS: Odisha a) Muster Entered b) Work Completion

  50. Issues: Odisha • State Employment Guarantee Council (SEGC) meetings were not held regularly. Only one meeting has been held during 2010-11 and 2011-12 • State of Orissa is yet to pay unemployment allowance for 3,289 person-days and frame unemployment allowance rules. • Delay in wage payment for more than 90 days in the case of 15937 musters amounting to Rs 8.48 cr. • ATR pending for 10 complaints received from VIPs complaints and 29 received from general public • State yet to set up independent Social Audit Directorate. • Wage Material Ratio (60:40) is not maintained in 15 districts. • eFMS to be rolled out in entire state in FY 12-13. • Verifications pending for 4.61 lakh job cards issued that have identical name of Head of Housholds. • State to submit ATR on Performance Audit conducted during 12 to 19 January, 2012 on implementation of MGNREGA in Puri district.