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performance review meeting of sirds 23 rd september 2010 nasc complex pusa new delhi

Performance Review Meeting of SIRDs23rd September, 2010NASC Complex, PUSA, New Delhi

Ministry of Rural Development

Government of India

review meeting of sirds
Review Meeting of SIRDs
  • Release of training funds – recurring and non-recurring grants
  • Training Vision Plan + Lab to Land Initiative Implementation Status
  • IEC activities: Wall painting, wall newspapers, bus backs/tickets, advertisement in rural cinema
  • National Quiz Programme – nomination of participants for five episodes (Nov to March, 2010-11)
  • Design and Development of Sevottam Compliant Citizen’s Charter and Public Grievance Redress System in Blocks, Districts and States
  • Training Website
  • Next Meeting Date & Venue, Calendar of meetings
national quiz programme9
National Quiz Programme
  • Purpose: Encouraging PRI representatives to acquire deeper knowledge and better understanding of RD schemes; promoting dissemination of RD schemes through TV telecast of the programme.
  • Participation: Four elected PRI representatives from one GP of each State/UT
  • Level : National
  • Start Date : 19th November, 2010
  • Organization :
    • Question bank to be prepared by SIRDs
  • Award :
    • One crore rupees (out of which 86% amount will be utilized as part of grants under ongoing RD schemes as preferred by the winner)
iec activities
IEC activities
  • Nominations from five Gram Panchayats to be sent to the Ministry.
  • 200 multiple choice questions with answers on all schemes of Ministry of RD & PR to be prepared and uploaded on website
  • Community radio, wall newspapers, wall paintings, bus backs, train tickets, CCTV on railway stations, rural cinema, lokpanchayat,
  • Contribution of articles for grameenbharat
  • Distribution of grameenbharatin local language in GPs
  • Collection of materials for calendar
  • Film production for best practices – identify locations
development of sevottam compliant citizen s charter grievance redress

Development of Sevottam Compliant Citizen’s Charter & Grievance Redress

Order of Cabinet Secretariat

citizen s charter expression of government commitment to provide services
Citizen’s Charter – Expression of Government Commitment to provide services
  • Vision – sustainable and inclusive development in rural areas
  • Mission – Mobilize People’s Institutions, develop rural infrastructure, manage natural resources to produce marketable goods, develop human skills to produce high value services and market products for enhancing rural income
  • Stakeholders Consulted : Line Departments, banks, PRIs, NGOs, etc.
  • Fix Charter Review Date
citizen s charter what is to be done
Citizen’s Charter: What is to be done
  • Preparation of charter in consultation with recipients of services by identification of services and setting indicators, standards
  • Publication of Charter
  • Implementation, monitoring and review
  • Evaluation by third party : questions to be asked
two types of services
Two types of Services

Type 1

Type 2

Service delivered within a time period (say, within 15 days of receipt of request); success indicator is turnaround time; evaluation will be done on the basis of deviation observed in turnaround time – delay exceeding the committed time interval in the Charter

Service delivered a given number of times during a period of time ( say, a month or a year) : success indicator is frequency; evaluation will be done on the basis of number of times service is delivered as per frequency which is committed in the Charter

responsibility center and field offices
Responsibility Center and Field Offices
  • Name of RC:
  • Key Functions of RC:
  • Role of Parent Office in facilitating the field office to set standards and deliver
public grievance system
Public Grievance System
  • System will include
    • Receipt
    • Redress
    • Prevention
recurring grant to sirds in 2010 11 contd
Recurring Grant to SIRDs In 2010-11(contd..)
  • Proposal not received from: Bihar, Jammu & Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab
  • Proposal under examination: Jharkhand and Nagaland
  • Clarification sought from:
list of documents required with the proposals
List of Documents required with the Proposals

Recurring Grant

  • Detail of expenditure incurred in previous year and estimated expenditure in the current financial year.
  • Details of core faculty members including appointment orders for the continuation of the term.
  • Utilization certificate of the Central grants for the recurring expenditure released last year/previous years in original duly stamped.
  • A copy of order of State matching share during previous year.
  • Achievements of Training conducted during last 2 years and proposed during the current year (To be shown separately for campus & off-campus programmes).
  • Details of sanctioned posts (category-wise).
  • Copy of creation/ continuation of the posts which are temporary for the current year.
  • Budget allocation by State for SIRD in the current financial year
  • Copy of the Training Calendar for Training Programmes during current year.
  • Bank account details.
list of documents required with the proposals35
List of Documents required with the Proposals

Non-Recurring Grant

  • Cost estimates & Site Map Plans By the PWD or other Engg. Deptt. of the State Govt. concerned to be certified by the officer not below the rank of Executive Engineer.
  • Utilization certificate for the grants released earlier for the non-recurring expenditure.
  • Second and further instalment to be released after receipt of the following documents-
  • Utilization Certificate (a minimum of 75% of Central Grant released for construction work must be utilized)
  • Detailed Statement of Expenditure
  • Physical progress report of construction work
  • Photographs depicting progress of construction.
review meeting on 26 th august 2010 action to be taken by sirds
Review Meeting on 26th August, 2010 - Action to be taken by SIRDs
  • Implementation of the Vision Plan of Training as communicated by MoRD to the States- Engaging private agencies.
  • Selection of Blocks for implementation of lab-to land initiative.
  • Arrangements to be made for conducting evaluation and audit of training programmes .
  • Preparation of Question Bank for Quiz
  • Use of ICT
  • Adoption of Andhra Model for constitution of Committees.
  • To send Photographs of good performing PanchayatSarpanches for RD Calendar.
governance for growth with equity
Governance for Growth with Equity
  • “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
growing challenges
Growing Challenges
  • Union of 35 States & UTs
  • 624 Districts, 6456 Blocks, 2.5 lakhs GPs, 9 lakhs habitations
  • 17 crore rural families
  • 5.25 crore MGNREGA families in unskilled occupation
  • 22.09 crore BPL persons
  • 14 crore hectares cultivated area
  • 6 crore hectares irrigated
  • 4 crore hectares flood affected
  • Small & Marginal Farmers
    • Operate 81% of holdings
    • Till 40% of farm land
  • Importer of sugar, edible oils and pulses
  • Increasing landlessness : 10.7 crores workers
  • Left wing extremism
  • Ecological strain :
    • declining water table
    • forest cover below national norm
    • Green house effect

Vision for Lab to Land Initiative:

“The Vision of Lab-to-Land Initiative is to demonstrate full achievement of objectives of all schemes of rural sector (agriculture, watershed, environment, income generation, employment, infrastructure, health, education, sanitation, drinking water, electrification, etc.)to ensure sustainable and inclusive development of rural areas”

  • Intensive and short term hand holding support (through focused IEC, training, monitoring & evaluation ) to select Districts, Blocks, Gram Panchayats, Community Organizations, Banks and Line Departments to adopt best practices and innovations to achieve outcomes under various programmes in rural sector
  • Mobilization of community by building up a cadre of Trained and Committed Community Resource Persons
  • To strengthen rural enterprises and entrepreneurship through SHG federations, cooperatives, progressive individuals
  • To demonstrate programme results – strong people’s institutions, increase in land productivity, underground water resources, household incomes, bank credit, production of fruits, vegetables, milk meat, eggs and fish.
  • Demonstration in select block and dissemination by District Administration in other Blocks
  • Four Blocks-Districts to be taken up in a year
the game plan
The Game Plan

SHGs, Users Associations, Pani Panchayats, JFMCs, People’s Action Groups, Youth Clubs, Mahila Mandals, Vigilance & Monitoring Committees, Social Audit Groups, Mothers’ Associations, co-operatives, etc

Land, Water, Forests, Livestock, Fisheries

Forge linkages with Technology providers, Suppliers, Buyers, Banks, Warehouses, Dealers, Transporters, Media, Government

Fight social evils : untouchability, alcoholism, illiteracy, casteism, gender bias, naxalism, crime against women, communalism, corruption

the road map
The Road Map
  • Develop Performance Agreements with Districts/Blocks that specifyObjectives: simple, achievable, measurable, motivating, suitable, flexible, acceptable, understandable
  • Actions to be taken
  • Monthly Targets
  • Build implementation control mechanism :core groups at State / District /Block level, review of milestones, thrust areas, scheduling of activities
  • Reward Performance : prizes, foreign visits, national recognition
  • Take the Learning Forward :District Administration spreads the methods in other blocks
performance measurement
Performance Measurement

Illustrations of filled up proforma is given in next few slides



Set up Core Groups at State, District and Block levels for coordination

Issue letter to District Collector, Line Departments and Banks about the implementation of the initiative

Identification of nodal persons in each department

BDO to be trained as the Chief Block Coordinator

Initiation meeting with stakeholders at the block level to be chaired by DC

Orientation of officials, PRIs, SHGs, community resource institutions / persons on thematic issues

Finalization of objectives, actions, indicators, targets with PRA

Prioritization and scheduling of actions

Sharing of action plan with CRPs and the community

Setting up of a community radio

Use of Cultural troops, Development Rath, IEC Vans, pamphlets, leaflets

Request DFP /SDD for support

Documentation of the experience and process

to do in ministry
To do : in Ministry
  • NIRD enquiries on promotion, appointment, etc.
  • NIRD sub group meetings
  • NIRD EFC Note on construction
  • Jaipur NIRD foundation stone
  • EFC note for 10% in NE states
  • Costing Committee meetings
  • E office – filling of forms, email ids, procurement of scanners, training, registrar for UIDAI, talk to ArunMaira