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SIRD Colloquium 27 th – 29 th April, 2011. Gangtok, Sikkim Ministry of Rural Development Government of India. From Inputs to Outcomes. Programme Issues. IAY / Pensions. Slow speed of construction Accounts & UCs not being submitted Houses not getting completed

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sird colloquium 27 th 29 th april 2011

SIRD Colloquium27th – 29th April, 2011

Gangtok, Sikkim

Ministry of Rural Development

Government of India

programme issues
Programme Issues

IAY / Pensions

  • Slow speed of construction
  • Accounts & UCs not being submitted
  • Houses not getting completed
  • Pensions not being paid on time

Mahatma Gandhi NREGA

SGSY / NRLM

Inadequate Bank Credit

Bank Overdues

SHGs not cohesive

SHG members not trained in bookkeeping, organization of meetings, etc.

Lack of access to raw materials and markets

Preparation of State Action Plan for NRLM

  • Delays in wage payments
  • Bogus job cards
  • MIS – incomplete data entry and inadequate ICT infrastructure
  • Accounts & Audit : not submitted on time
  • Works – not getting completed & poor quality
  • Social Audit ineffectual
  • Gram Sabhas not effective
  • Inspections not regular
  • Poor record maintenance
eleventh plan vision
Eleventh Plan Vision

“We also need to ensure that growth is widely spread so that its benefits, in terms of income and employment, are adequately shared by poor and weaker sections of our society especially the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes and the minorities. … It must generate sufficient volumes of high quality employment to provide the means for uplift of large numbers of our population from the low income low quality occupations in which too many of them have been traditionally locked.”

Hon’ble Prime Minister

Foreword to the Eleventh Plan

slide19

Recurring expenditure of SIRDs – 50% in Non N-E States and 90% in N-E States-met by MoRD including 100% support for 5 core faculty.

  • Rs.10 lakhs per annum per ETC.
  • 100% support for infrastructural development for SIRDs and ETCs.
slide26

SIRDs to send Monthly Progress Report in revised format online in web site www.ruraldiksha.nic.in

  • SIRDs of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Meghalaya, Orissa, Punjab, Tripura & Uttarakhand and States Governments of Gujarat, Karnataka, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Rajasthan & West Bengal have furnished their comments on draft National Rural Development Training Authority Bill. Comments from the rest of SIRDs and State Governments are still awaited.
    • SIRDs to accelerate training in selected Block under Lab to Land initiative.
    • SIRDs to furnish Training Action Plan and Budget for 2011-12 and for 12th Five Year Plan (2013-18).
    • SIRDs to develop resource persons in specialized disciplines.
slide27

SIRDs to finalise their training calendar immediately.

  • SIRDs to share training material with other SIRDs and ETCs by uploading the same on the website i.e. www.ruraldiksha.nic.in.
  • Training Need Assessment(TNA) to be taken up by States if not already completed.
  • State Government to take action for filling up faculty posts at SIRDs and ETCs.
  • The SIRDs to share training material with SIRDs and ETCs.
    • SIRDs to develop Computer Based Training Modules with the help of expertise of NIRD and APARD, Hyderabad.
slide28

SIRDs to furnish proposals for recurring expenditure by 31st May, 2011 including following documents:-

    • Utilization Certificate
    • Order of copy of state matching share,
    • Budget provision for current year.
    • Progress Report for the last two years.
    • Details of Core faculty members along with appointment order showing continuity for the year 2011-12.
    • Training Calendar
    • Details of posts specially sanctioned for SIRD.

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slide66

The Ministry set up 6 sub groups for revamping of NIRD, Hyderabad, SIRDs and ETCs.

  • A questionnaire was prepared to collect the perceptions of the stakeholders with respect to NIRD/SIRDs/ETCs.
  • The questionnaire was circulated to all the stakeholders likeState Governments, NIRDs, SIRDs, Extension Training Centres in all the States and officials of the Ministry.
  • Questionnaire was also placed on the website
  • Response has been received from a few SIRDs, ETCs and NIRD
  • No State Government or official from MoRD has responded
slide69

The feed back received covers many critical areas like

    • Current status of the organization
    • Factors hindering the performance of SIRDs /ETCs
    • Current strengths and opportunities in SIRDs /ETCs
    • Measures for improvement of SIRDs /ETCs
slide72

Director’s tenure is short.

  • Inadequate faculty members/Research staff,
  • Lack of permanent positions
  • No performance oriented incentive scheme
  • Low level of reliable partners in shouldering the responsibilities.
  • Frequent quitting by core faculties
  • Qualified and experienced human resources unavailable
  • Lack of trainee participation even after nomination.
  • Lack of professional environment
  • Autonomy is not given to the training institutions in terms of personnel.
  • Training institutes are treated as punishment postings.
  • Appointment of faculty and staff on contract basis results in great deal of attribution.
  • Lack of field exposure to Faculties and Officers.
slide73

Lack of infrastructure in the Districts and Block headquarters.

  • Lack of facilities like internet-connectivity, computers, drinking water, lavatory and infrastructure.
  • A few SIRDs situated in remote location where no or lack of connectivity(results in poor participation of members and trainers).
  • Inadequate Library facilities.
  • Lack of Trainers, hostels, staff quarters, Faculty.
  • Absence of recreation facilities.
  • Non availability of open space for expansion.
  • The building infrastructure is in poor condition.
  • Meghalaya has only one ETC in the state and caters to 7 districts.
  • Shortage of Regional Centers of NIRD
slide74

Funding pattern of SIRDs by the Government.

  • Delay in funds release, unpredictability in budgetary allocation for the training programmes.
  • Meagre funding from Centre.
  • Low and inadequate budgetary support of State Government under recurring Grants and Maintenance Head.
  • Delay in clearing non-recurring proposals by the Ministry.
  • Non-Flexibility in decision making regarding funds.
  • Meager Honorarium to the guest speakers.
  • Low paid academic staff.
  • Government restriction on pay and emoluments
slide75

Absence of State Training Policy

  • Lack of faculty development program
  • Poor Management and Training facilities for faculty members
  • Need for grooming faculty members for the high level responsibilities
  • Lack of research in field level
  • Need for shifting focus from routine field training to training through master training in critical areas.
  • Non- cooperation from departments in respect of sending trainees as well as experts’ subjects.
  • Training is not taken seriously.
  • Study tour is not included in the course curriculum.
  • Lack of latest training aids.
  • Low priority for training and capacity building
  • Adverse training ambience at block level
  • Less focus on more policy research.
slide76

Good size campus is available at most places

  • Potential for larger budget under training as small proportion is being spent on training at present
  • Good experience in poverty alleviation and improvement of rural areas
  • Capacity building of the functionaries is being undertaken in a continuous manner.
  • Good demand exists for research and consultancy
  • Immense need for training in view of new Schemes and government instructions and large number of trainees
slide77

Fill vacant posts.

  • Make Faculty Development/ Training of Trainers Compulsory.
  • Increase Faculty.
  • Increase Training and Research Associates.
  • Staff positions have to be increased.
  • Regional centres to avoid location disadvantage.
  • Establish Good Management System.
  • Expedite Release of Funds.
  • Permanent position of faculty
  • Provide incentives to attract competent manpower.
slide78

Grant autonomy to SIRDs & ETCs.

  • Provide adequate budget for 2 years at a time.
  • Long term courses should be started.
  • Synchronization between NIRD, SIRDs and academic Institutions.
  • Professionalization of Institution.
  • Infusing new ideas of training and capacity building activities.
  • Networking with SIRDs & ETCs / RD Institutions.
  • Adoption of technological innovation.
  • Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation activities and maintaining a track on post training outcome.
  • Focus & priority to training.
slide81

CENTRAL TRAINING AUTHORITY

STATE TRAINING AUTHORITY

DISTRICT TRAINING AUTHORITY

DISTRICT TRAINING AUTHORITY

DISTRICT TRAINING AUTHORITY

BLOCK TRAINING COMMITTEE

slide83

TRAINING

  • FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
  • RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION OF PAPERS
  • DEVELOP NETWORK OF TRAINING INSTITUTIONS
  • CREATE CERTIFICATION SYSTEM
  • SPREAD PROGRAMME LITERACY
  • IDENTIFY BEST PERFORMING GPS, BLOCKS DISTRICTS AND STATES
  • COORDINATION WITH OTHER GOVT AND NON-GOVT AGENCIES AN IGNOU
  • ANY OTHER FUNCTIONS ENTRUSTED BY CENTRAL GOVT
slide85

TRAINING

  • UNDERTAKE ANALYSIS OF GRIEVEANCE PRONE AREAS AND SUGGEST REMEDIAL MECHANISM
  • IDENTIFY AT THE STATE LEVEL THE BEST PERFORMING GRAM PANCHAYATS, BLOCKS AND DISTRICT
slide88

Training

  • Analysis of grievance prone areas
  • Identify best performing Gram Panchayats and districts
  • Perform other functions assigned by district authority
slide89

The authorities shall conduct investigations into compliance and may give suitable recommendations to the central or state governments for the settlement of grievances

slide90

By way of central grant to CTA

  • National training fund to be established by central authority
  • State Training Fund-Repository of Grants from CTA
  • District Training Fund-Repository of grants from CTA or STA
slide91

The violation of the provision of the act shall attract a fine which may extend up to Rs.1000

  • The CTA, STA and DTA shall have the power of the judicial magistrate of the second class for the trial of offences under this act