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BHARAT NIRMAN VOLUNTEERS (BNV) Subrat Mishra Asst Director, SIRD Slide 2 OBJECTIVES 1- To establish close contact with the Rural Households being the stakeholders of Government Programmes. 2- To generate awareness about government programmes and the procedures to avail of their benefits among the people. 3- To support the government administrative machinery and the Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRI) in performance of their duties, particularly in implementation of the Citizens Charter. 4- To Facilitate social audit of Government Programmes. 5- To expedite redressal of grievances of the people and assist in the functioning of helplines. Slide 3 6- To improve quality of implementation of Government Programmes by providing feedback on status of programmes to responsible officials. 7-To provide opportunity to socially conscious citizens to participate in nation building activities. 8- To develop leadership among the People. 9- To Develop a cadre of trained development Volunteers with a deep commitment to change and development. 10-To create appropriate conditions to maintain peace and tranquillity in rural areas. 11-Create awareness about health, sanitation, education, social evils, improved agricultural methods, livelihood, innovation & technology environment etc. OBJECTIVES Contd.. Slide 4 T ERMS & C ONDITIONS FOR E NGAGEMENT Eligibility:- Any individual above 18 yrs of age and willing to contribute to welfare and development programme of Govt. at GP and Block level Tenure:- Tenure of the Volunteers may be Lifelong provided they fulfill the Prescribed conditions for proper conduct and discipline. Engagement : - Upon registration and acceptance of application BNV shall be engaged for effective implementation of Govt. programmes in the Block or the GP where she/he is registered Training : Three days orientation training shall be provided to acquaint them about various Govt. programmes and implementation process. Slide 5 Attachment of Rural Households: A BNV shall be attached to a maximum of 10-20 households in his/her close neighborhood Reporting Officer: BNV shall be under the charge of a counselor to be designated by BDO who shall guide him/her in performance of his/her functions. Work Diary: A BNV shall maintain a Work Diary containing work details allotted and Performed. Appraisal and Awards: Based on gradation of work and Performance BNV would be entitle for awards at District, Block levels containing citation. Terms & Conditions for Engagement contd. Slide 6 R OLE OF BNV S Rural Reporter (Wall News paper/Community Radio) Data Entry. Vigilance & Monitoring Census /enumeration ( data base of Rural HHs/SHGs/Projects/ BPL census. Feedback on all RD & SW Programmes. Banking Correspondents. Catalyst for Mobilization of SHGs. Promoting Health, Sanitation & Nirmal Gram. Encourage Literacy & Education Facilitating Legal Aid & literacy Enhancing Food Security. Facilitating House sites & Housing Natural Resource Management & Eco restoration Any other work Slide 7 DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES Inadequate knowledge and understanding of functionaries at GP level GPs are poorly equipped with manpower and equipment The capacity for delivering public service at Block level is not upto the required level Poor infrastructure in the rural areas Slide 8 V OLUNTARY A CTION : A N ANSWER TO DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE S Limitation of Government machinery can be overcome by : a)Creation of a knowledge community; b)Establishing a village based cadre of volunteers who will: i) Actively support administrative machinery/PRIs ii) Establish close contact with house holds. iii) Facilitate delivery of services Slide 9 E XPECTED O UTCOME Better access to Basic Public Services. Improvement in outreach of Govt. Programme especially for Women, Dalit and Tribals. Improvement in Human Development indicators Accelerated Poverty Reduction. Rural Infrastructure Development. Establishment of Vibrant Peoples Institutions. Slide 10 E XPECTED O UTCOME CONTD . Democratization of governance at the grassroots Effective implementation of Programmes Effective redressal of grievances Support to PRIs/ Admn. Better Management of Natural Resources. Greater Transparency & Accountability. Enhancing benefits for poor & needy. Leadership development in Rural community. Cohesive rural community Slide 11 LABLAND To Slide 12 Strategic Areas for Lab 2 Land Initiative Governance : Transparency & Accountability Infrastructure: Power, Roads, Housing, ICT Education : Literacy & School Enrolment Health : Access to Food, Immunization, Drinking Water ; IMR, MMR, Gender Empowerment Safe Childhood Environment: Forest, Clean Air & Water, Sanitation Skill Development, Employment & Income Financial Inclusion & Bank Credit Marketing Peoples Institutions: Gram Sabha, NGOs, JMFCs, Youth Clubs, CRPs Natural Resources : Land & Water Management Slide 13 Family-1 Family-2 Family-3 Family-4 Family-5 Family-6 Family-7 Family-8 Family-9 Family- 10 Slide 14 Schemes and Programmes of Various Departments Slide 15 RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES 1MAHATMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEE ACT (MGNRGEA) 2INTEGRATED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME ( IWMP) 3SWARNAJAYANTI GRAM SWAROZGAR YOJANA (SGSY) 4PRADHAN MANTRI GRAM SADAK YOJANA (PMGSY) 5NATIONAL RURAL DRINKING WATER PROGRAMME(NRDWP) 6TOTAL SANITATION CAMPAIGN (TSC) 7NATIONAL SOCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME (NSAP) 8INDIRA AWAS YOJANA (IAY) 9PROVISION OF URBAN AMENITIES IN RURAL AREAS (PURA) Slide 16 PANCHAYATI RAJ PROGRAMMES 10BACKWARD REGION GRANT FUND (BRGF) 11RURAL BUSINESS HUB (RBH) 12PANCHAYAT MAHILA EVAM YUVA SHAKTI ABHIYAM (PMFYSA) 13RASHTRIYA GRAM SWARAJ YOJANA (RGSY) 14 13 th FINANCE COMMISSION 15PANCHAYT EMPOWERMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY INCENTIVE SCHEME (PEAIS) 16PANCHAYAT SANCHAR SEWA SCHEME (PSSS) Slide 17 AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES 17AGRICULTURE CENSUS 18MARKETING RESEARCH AND INFORMATION NETWORK 19NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING (NIAM), JAIPUR 20STRENGTHENING OF AGNARK GRADING FACILITIES SCHEME 21DEVELOPMENT /STRENGTHENING OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE,GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION 22GRAMIN BHANDARAN YOJANA ( A CAPITAL INVESTMENT SUBSIDY SCHEME FOR CONSTRUCTION /RENOVATION OF RURAL GODOWNS 23SMALL FARMERS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CONSORTIUM AGRICULTURE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 24COOPERATIVE EDUCATION AND TRAINING 25ASSISTANCE TO NCDC PROGRAMMES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF COOPERATIVES Slide 18 AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES 26INVESTMENT IN DEBENTURES OF STATE LAND DEVELOPMENT BANKS/STATE COOPERATIVE AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT BANKS (SCARDB) 27NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE SCHEME(NAIS) 28PILOT WEATHER BASED CROP INSURANCE SCHEME (WBCIS) 29PILOT COCONUT PALM INSURANCE SCHEME (CPIS) 30TECHNOLOGY MISSION ON COTTON 31JUTE TECHNOLOGY MISSION 32NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION (NFSM) 33STUDIES ON INPUTS FOR AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC POLICY AND DEVELOPMENT 34FORECASTING AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT USING SPACE AGRO- METEROLOGICAL AND LAND BASED OBSERVATIONS (FASAL) Slide 19 AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES 35IMPROVEMENT OF AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 36EXTENSION SUPPORT TO CENTRAL INSTITUTES / DIRECTORATE OF EXTENSION 37ESTABLISHMENT OF AGRI-CLINICS AND AGRI-BUSINESS CENTRES 38MASS MEDIA SUPPORT TO AGRICULTURE EXTENSION 39SUPPORT TO STATE EXTENSION PROGRAMME FOR EXTENSION REFORMS 40NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION 41MICRO IRRIGATION 42NATIONAL HORTICULTURE BOARD 43COCONUT DEVELOPMENT BOARD INCLUDING TECHNOLOGY MISSION ON COCONUT Slide 20 AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES 44NATIONAL BAMBOO MISSION 45STRENGTHENING /PROMOTING AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION SYSTEM 46NATIONAL PROJECT ON MANAGEMENT OF SOIL HEALTH AND FERTILITY 47NATIONAL PROJECT ON ORGANIC FARMING(NPOF) 48MACRO MANAGEMENT OF AGRICULTURE SCHEME 48.1INTEGRATED CEREAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES IN RICE BASED CROPPING SYSTEM AREAS (ICDP-RICE) 48.2INTEGRATED CEREAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES IN WHEAT BASED CROPPING SYSTEM AREAS (ICDP) 48.3INTEGRATED CEREAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES IN COARSE CEREALS BASED CROPPING SYSTEM AREAS (ICDP- COARSE CEREALS) 48.4INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES FOR PULSES AND OIL SEEDS Slide 21 AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES 48.5SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF SUGARCANE BASED CROPPING SYSTEM AREAS (SUBACS) 48.6BALANCED AND INTEGRATED USE OF FERTILIZER AND PESTICIDES 48.7PROMOTION OF AGRICULTURAL MECHANISATION AMONG FARMERS 48.8NATIONAL WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT PROJECT FOR RAINFED AREAS (NWDPRA) 48.9SOIL CONSERVATION IN CATCHMENTS OF RIVER VALLEY PROJECTS AND FLOOD PRONE RIVERS (RVP & FPR) 48.10RECLAMATION & DEVELOPMENT OF ALKALI AND ACIDIC SOILS 49PROMOTION & STRENGTHENING OF AGRICULTURAL MECHANISATION THROUGH TRAINING,TESTING AND DEMONSTARTION 50POST HARVEST TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT 51SOIL SURVEY AND LAND USE SURVEY F INDIA Slide 22 AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES 52STRENGTHENING & MODERNISATION OF PEST MANAGEMENT APPROACH IN INDIA 53STRENGTHENING AND MODERNISATION OF PLANT QUARNTINE FACILITIES 54MONITORING OF PESTICIDE RESIDUES 55NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF PLANT HEALTH MANAGEMENT (NPHM) 56NATIONAL RAINFED AREA AUTHORITY (NRAA) 57DEVELOPMENT AND STRENGTHENING OF INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES FOR PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF QUALITY SEEDS 58IMPLEMENTATION OF PROTECTION OF PLANT VARIETIES AND FARMERS RIGHT ACT 59CAPACITY BUILDING TO ENHANCE COMPETITVENESS OF INDIAN AGRICULTURE AND REGISTRATION OF ORGANIC PRODUCTS ABROAD 60INTEGRATED SCHEME OF OILSEEDS.PULSES,OILPALM AND MAIZE (ISOPOM) Slide 23 AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES 61INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT OF TREE BORNE OILSEEDS 62RASHTRIYA KRISHI VIKAS YOJANA (RKVY) ANIMAL HUSBANDRY PROGRAMMES 63INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL RUMINANTS AND RABBITS (IDSRR) 64POULTRY VENTURE CAPITAL FUND (PVCF) 65SALVAGING AND REARING OF MALE BUFFALO CALVES 66FODDER AND FEED DEVELOPMENT SCHEME 67STRENGTHENING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR QUALITY & CLEAN MILK PRODUCTION 68PIG DEVELOPMENT Slide 24 ANIMAL HUSBANDRY PROGRAMMES 69ESTABLISHMENT /MODERNIZATION OF RURAL SLAUGHTERHOUSES 70UTILIZATION OF