Performance Review Committee (PRC) meeting

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REVIEW MEETING OF
RD&PR SCHEMES
11TH OCTOBER, 2013
OLD SECRETARIAT CONFERENCE HALL
1
State : Projection Vs Performance
(Persondays In lakhs )
450
400
414.66
365.74
350
300
250
322.36
304.06
285.11
287.65
Approved LB
224.07
MPR
200
MIS
150
100
38.19
50
10.29
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
State: Average persondays per HH
90
80
70
National average:
2012-13:46 days
2013-14:29 days
79.01
63
64.41 62.4
60
50
MPR
40
MIS
30
20
7.63
10
1.83
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
60000
67530.72
59900.63
69727.84
70000
64736.78
80000
67508.02
State: Financial Statement (Rs. In lakhs)
Total Available
Total Expenditure as per
MIS
7791.88
20000
10000
2123.15
30000
Total Expenditure as per
MPR
6614.95
40000
29517.02
50000
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
STATE : No. of works taken up vs uploaded in MIS
44641
MIS
950
2009-10
2010-11
3324
2011-12
2012-13
498
1433
8830
12715
6958
9376
10396
12811
22650
MPR
2013-14
Total
STATE : Category wise works taken-up (FY 12-13)
0.17
0.13 0.25
0.25
PERCENTAGE
1.79
WH&WC
0.47
DP
13.38
MI
25.9
16.97
IRRI. FACI
REN.TWB
LD
8.21
14.23
FC&P
4.75
12.74
RC
0.8
ANY
OTHER
AGRI
BISHNUPUR: Projection Vs Performance (Persondays in lakhs)
35
30.54
30
25
25.16
20
Approved LB
17.4
16.49
15.1
13.33
15
MPR
MIS
10
5
0.97
0
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
0
BPR: Average number of days provided
employment per Household
50
45
45
42
40
37
35
30
25
MPR
20
MIS
15
10
5
0
7
2
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
4000
4576.11
4500
4015.49
5000
3000
3420.5
3500
3798.79
3294.52
BISHNUPUR: Financial Statement (Rs. In lakhs)
Total Available
2500
Total Expenditure as
per MPR
2000
Total Expenditure as
per MIS
392.2
388.56
7.07
1500
1000
0
133.48
500
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
BPR: Category wise works taken-up (FY 12-13)
PERCENTAGE
14
1.09
WH&WC
34.43
DP
MI
LD
31.33
2.73
16.58
FC&P
RC
BPR : No. of works taken up Vs uploaded in MIS
1601
MPR
MIS
549
421
358
259
255
224
1
2009-10 &
Earlier
0
2010-11
49
1
2011-12
2012-13
2
2013-14
Total
Chandel : Projection Vs Performance (Persondays in lakhs)
40
35
34.56
31.84
30
25
27.89
28.46
26.4
28.62
21.66
Approved LB
20
MPR
MIS
15
10
5
2.07
0
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Chandel: Average number of days
provided employment per Household
120
100
100
86
80
82
78
MPR
60
MIS
40
20
6
0
2011-12
2012-13
0
2013-14
8000
4000
6700.61
Total Available
3486.39
5000
6477.112
6000
6575.65
7000
6547.49
5596.55
CHANDEL: Financial Statement (Rs. In lakhs)
Total Expenditure as
per MPR
3000
622.87
2000
0
1000
594.01
Total Expenditure as
per MIS
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
CDL : Category wise works taken-up (FY 12-13)
PERCENTAGE
13.65
14.47
WH&WC
5.98
DP
MI
IRRI. FACI
9.79
REN.TWB
27.75
LD
FC&P
RC
22.85
0
5.5
CDL : No. of works taken up Vs uploaded in MIS
MPR
MIS
5877
3069
1108
1749
1454
1061
92
2009-10 &
Earlier
1850
1206
315
2010-11
109 2
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Total
40
51.39
50.8
54.72
35.98
50
53.99
55.63
60
50.01
Churachandpur: Projection Vs Performance (Persondays in lakhs)
Approved LB
30
14.51
MPR
20
MIS
0
10
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
CCP: Average number of days provided
employment per House hold.
120
100
100
97
88
89
80
MPR
60
MIS
40
27
20
7
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
8000
8455.06
6892.48
10000
8456.61
12000
11023.45
10996.53
10280.65
CHURACHANDPUR: Financial Statement (Rs. In lakhs)
Total Available
6000
Total Expenditure as
per MPR
Total Expenditure as
per MIS
1104.5
945.2
1.13
4000
2000
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
CCP : Category wise works taken-up (FY 12-13)
0.76
PERCENTAGE
0.5
5.42
12.4
WH&WC
DP
MI
IRRI. FACI
21.49
REN.TWB
LD
27.35
FC&P
RC
AGRI
LIVESTOCK
13.72
FISHERIES
RDW
RS
11.06
0.52 2.33 3.26
CCP: No. of works taken up vs uploaded in MIS
MPR
MIS
8890
5726
4748
4185
1845
1250
778 978
0
2009-10 &
Earlier
832
0
2010-11
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Total
62.33
IMPHAL EAST: Projection Vs Performance (Persondays in lakhs)
70
30
34.9
26.82
32
40
39.39
50
39.94
60
Approved LB
MPR
MIS
20
9.38
5.79
10
6.15
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
IE: Average number of days provided
employment per Household
60
56
50
43
40
36.88
MPR
30
MIS
20.81
20
9
10
8.36
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
8000
7000
8266.76
8158.45
6818.08
9000
8211.46
7612.64
IMPHAL EAST: Financial Statement (Rs. In lakhs)
6000
Total Available
5000
3000
Total Expenditure as
per MIS
1000
841.16
2000
1090.48
913.36
1051.8
4000
Total Expenditure as
per MPR
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
IE : Category wise works taken-up (FY 12-13)
PERCENTAGE
2.79 1.83 0.97
12.25
WH&WC
MI
REN.TWB
17.42
LD
FC&P
RC
64.73
IE : No. of works taken up Vs uploaded in MIS
MPR
MIS
3357
1659
947
922
326 302
2009-10 &
Earlier
215
98
2010-11
778
264
2011-12
947
217
2012-13
2013-14
Total
IMPHAL WEST: Projection Vs Performance (Persondays in lakhs)
49.55
60
50
20
31.27
25.93
30.83
30
32.05
40
Approved LB
MPR
22.67
MIS
17.25
2.08
10
2.02
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
IW: Average number of days provided
employment per House hold.
70
60
58
58
50
40
44
36
MPR
30
MIS
20
10
5
9
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
IMPHAL WEST: Financial Statement (Rs. In lakhs)
4000
3000
Total Available
Total Expenditure as
per MPR
2603.16
5000
6271.16
5537.39
6000
7188.81
7000
5921.86
5886.81
8000
Total Expenditure as
per MIS
897.88
769.15
645.7
2000
1000
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
IW : Category wise works taken-up (FY 12-13)
PERCENTAGE
6
0.13
28.19
22.85
WH&WC
DP
MI
REN.TWB
LD
FC&P
9.27
17.36
16.19
RC
IW : No. of works taken up Vs uploaded in MIS
MPR
MIS
3460
2755
876 875
781
727 729
807 847
293
269
11
2009-10 &
Earlier
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Total
SENAPATI: Projection Vs Performance (Persondays in lakhs)
90
80
79.58
72.26
70
61.26
60
51.52
50
62.43
58.08
50.67
Approved LB
MPR
40
MIS
30
20
10
5.43
0.01
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
SPT: Average number of days provided
employment per House hold.
120
100
99
84
80
72
66
MPR
60
MIS
40
20
7
0.01
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
SENAPATI: Financial Statement (Rs. In lakhs)
8725.44
12007.18
12000
14574.48
13886.04
14000
12134.51
16000
10000
Total Available
8000
7839.09
1494.08
4000
2000
0
2011-12
2012-13
19.04
Total Expenditure as per
MIS
1165.72
6000
Total Expenditure as per
MPR
2013-14
SPT : Category wise works taken-up (FY 12-13)
PERCENTAGE
3.88
16.5
WH&WC
DP
32.54
MI
10.72
IRRI. FACI
REN.TWB
LD
5.19
FC&P
RC
0.13
13.94
17.09
ANY OTHER
SPT : No. of works taken up Vs uploaded in MIS
MPR
MIS
10992
4378
3836
2530
2051
2459
1
2009-10
2159
1529
638
162
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
5
2013-14
Total
TAMENGLONG: Projection Vs Performance (Persondays in lakhs)
20
25.17
22.64
22.54
16.57
25
22.5
22.89
30
Approved LB
15
MPR
MIS
10
1.96
5
2.05
1.28
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
TML: Average number of days provided
employment per House hold.
100
93
86
90
85
80
70
60
50
MPR
40
MIS
30
25
20
7
10
7
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
4000
3500
4413.76
4414.93
4406.82
4500
4144.22
5000
4149.75
TAMENGLONG: Financial Statement (Rs. In lakhs)
Total
Available
3000
Total
Expenditure
as per MPR
2500
2000
0
2011-12
2012-13
266.33
500
1.25
1000
450.87
477.83
1500
2013-14
Total
Expenditure
as per MIS
TML : Category wise works taken-up (FY 12-13)
PERCENTAGE
23.71
27.89
WH&WC
DP
MI
REN.TWB
1.87
14.74
4.44
LD
FC&P
RC
1.78
25.58
TML : No. of works taken up Vs uploaded in MIS
MPR
MIS
4198
1604
945
739
86
2009-10 &
Earlier
1283
1128
1155
0
2010-11
231 153
82
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Total
THOUBAL: Projection Vs Performance (Persondays in lakhs)
60
51.25
50
40
45.53
36.68
33.53
30.9430.73
Approved LB
30
MPR
22.04
MIS
20
10
1.02 0.06
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
TBL: Average number of days provided
employment per House hold.
90
80
79
70
62
60
62
54
50
MPR
40
MIS
30
20
10.13
10
4
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
5000
6512.58
Total
Available
6539.42
6000
6899.9
7000
5840.66
8000
7507.8
9000
7688.69
THOUBAL: Financial Statement (Rs. In lakhs)
Total
Expenditur
e as per
MPR
4000
1000
0
2011-12
2012-13
12.19
646.52
2000
325.13
3000
2013-14
Total
Expenditur
e as per
MIS
TBL: Category wise works taken-up (FY 12-13)
PERCENTAGE
11.37
2
WH&WC
44.02
DP
MI
REN.TWB
34.86
LD
FC&P
RC
3.69
3.69
0.29
TBL : No. of works taken up Vs uploaded in MIS
MPR
MIS
2088
1600
846
616
677 653
356
337
5
2009-10 &
Earlier
76
2010-11
58 20
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Total
UKHRUL: Projection Vs Performance (Persondays in lakhs)
50
45
44.37
42.83
45.81
40.1140.53
40
Approved
LB
35
30
28.09
25
20
MPR
18.7
15
MIS
10
4.36
5
0.8
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
UKL: Average number of days provided
employment per House hold.
100
90
92
90
91
80
70
60
50
48
MPR
MIS
40
30
20
10
10
10
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
UKHRUL: Financial Statement (Rs. In lakhs)
8721.66
7000
8804.88
8811.35
8000
7346.59
9000
7353.41
10000
Total
Available
6000
5000
Total
Expenditure
as per MPR
119.88
1000
1062.95
2000
1065.52
3000
1879.34
4000
0
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Total
Expenditure
as per MIS
UKL : Category wise works taken-up (FY 12-13)
PERCENTAGE
5.18
11.03
WH&WC
DP
MI
38.35
27.52
REN.TWB
LD
FC&P
RC
6.71
6.14
5.08
UKL : No. of works taken up Vs uploaded in MIS
MPR
MIS
4222
1600
1561
1043
747
680
71
2009-10 &
Earlier
882
553
191 88
6
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Total
SL.
CONDITIONALITIES UNDER MGNREGA
NO
1
Settlement of MGNREGA accounts up to 2011-12 is to be taken up
on priority and reflected in MIS.
PRESENT STATUS
2
14 ATRs on pending VIP and general complaints. Action Taken
Reports (ATRs) are found to be unsatisfactory.
3
MIS entry must be completed before release of next installment of
2013-14: Poor MIS updation
4
1 VSAT for every block currently having no internet connection will
be funded by MoRD. Names of all such blocks are to be provided to
MoRD urgently.
5
The status of audit for the pending liability indicates that while the TML
&
SPT
special audit is complete in four districts (Ukhrul, TML, SPT and completed.
Churachandpur). Chandel is yet to complete the audit
CDL yet to complete.
Pending liability amount should be uploaded on the MIS.
6
7
Rural SOR is to be prepared through Manipur Institute of Technology.
Deputy Commissioners will send copies of SOR presently used by
them in their districts wrt MGNREGA so that the same can be
forwarded to MIT.
Piece rate payment system: No payments are to be made against
work executed without technical measurements.
MoRD has made it a condition that Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY)
would be extended to those MGNREGA labours who have completed 15 days of
labour in a year. Details of the scheme will be obtained from concerned
department implementing the Scheme.
8
Implementation of road map for rolling out eMR, e-FMS within FY 2013-14.
Timeline
eMR road map:
Fast forward eFMS:
 Valley districts to complete by 30.11.2013: Verification of Accounts/
Opening of Accounts/ Verification and Authentication of supplier accounts/
DSCs of all authorized persons
9
Receipt of ATRs on the observation of NLM:
Awaited from districts of CCP/IE/IW/TBL & UKL districts.
Reminder sent vide letter No. 8/10/2013-RD(MGNREGS)/137 dated 23.09.2013.
10
Loading of Photographs of all works (completed & ongoing)
11
Performance Audit Report by CAG:
DCs to attend PAC meeting on ATR on CAG Report No. 1 of 2013 on 7-8
Nov. 2013. Replies are to be reviewed and updated status of ATR on the
Performance Audit Report of CAG is to be provided by DPCs.
12
13
14
15
16
REVISED OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES TO BE STRICTLY
FOLLOWED.
The State Govt. has not furnished auditors observations regarding nonpermissible expenses in Audit Reports of the year 2011-12 and purchase
of medicine in the case of Churachandpur districts.
No comment has been furnished regarding removal of inconsistencies
between data reflected in UC and data entered into MIS regarding
opening balance for the year 2012-13
Utilisation Certificate (provisional) for the current Financial Year 2013-14
is to be given by 15.10.2013.
Poor work completion rate: Closure of works started 2 years back is a
priority.
2nd tranche proposal post 30.09.2013 to be accompanied with CA audit
report for FY 2012-13 upto GP/Village level. Given the inadequate
number of Chartered Accountants in the State, DPCs will submit their
comments on the issue.
MGNREGS: ADDL ISSUES
1
2
3
4
5
MoRD has clarified that minimum 60:40 norm is to be maintained at GP
level for works executed by GPs. For works executed by other PIAs, the
ratio is to be maintained at block level.
Issue of EPIC details for MIS data entry taken up with MoRD. MoRD has clarified
there is no such requirement.
Shelf of Projects preparation for 2014-15 ought to have been started by now. AG
has reported that no Gram Sabha meeting was convened except in 1 GP in IE.
DPCs to update status for 2014-15.
Timelines given in Operational Guidelines to be strictly complied with.
1 Resource Block for each State is to be identified where it can be projected as a
model for the rest of the country. SIRD to anchor the same.
Names and no. of GPs in each block which do not have either a bank or a Post
Office to be compiled and provided to MoRD, districtwise.
MGNREGS: ADDL ISSUES
6
NIRD will impart training to 5 nos. of persons in each State who will be State
Resource Group. They will be Resource persons for trainings organised by SIRD.
State will identify them in advance.
7
CB fund is available with MoRD. Detail proposals for CB on MGNREGS to be conducted by
SIRD can be sent to MoRD.
8
Action Research is to be done in 1 block in each State by SIRD.
9
A realistic district-wise, month-wise distribution of persondays for all districts to be prepared
for 2014-15.
10
Convergence: DPCs to act upon proposal for Convergence of MGNREGS with Sericulture /
Sports / IAY / NBA / Anganwadi centres
IEC required for greater awareness amongst masses on convergence
11
Weekly capture of demand electronically: GPs allowed to procure tablets after guidelines
received from MoRD
12
MSAUD:
1% of Administrative expenses to be kept aside for Social Audit under MSAUD. Districts to
remit amount to State level as per MoRD’s directions.
MGNREGS: ADDL ISSUES
13
Poor quality of assets. Main focus on investment rather than expenditure
(land/water/sustainable income(Individual)/sustainable growth(community
assets)
In 2012-13, a Central Team had visited Senapati and Chandel districts. The
team had reported extremely poor quality of assets created in these districts.
This brought into focus the need to avoid wasteful expenditure and to focus on
investment (land/ water/ trees/ sustainable income (individual income)/
sustainable growth (community assets)).
It is the responsibility of the DPC to disseminate information and for
undertaking IEC activity towards this end. Sufficient fund is placed at their
disposal for undertaking such campaigns.
All DPCs will take necessary action towards taking up IEC campaigns in their
district and send a report on awareness camps held with all stakeholders.
14
15
16
DPCs will ensure that there are no villages
without work in 2013-14 wherever demand
has been registered.
Uploading reports of SQM on MIS: Proposal to be
moved for engagement of SQM
All SLMs to upload their reports on MIS.
Manpower:
 5% Tech. supervision charge on every estimate DCs to examine and
allowed which is counted against Material Comment by
Component.(All Tech. staffs to be Work-charged 18.10.2013.
employees)
States including 13-14
Minimum Institutional Architecture:
 Tech. Assistant:1 for every 5 GPs or 2500 JC
 Dip. Engineer :1 for every Block
 Com.Operator :2 per Block
 Mate
:1 for every work site
17
Further, DCs have been requested to submit
manpower position under MGNREGS as per format
prescribed by MORD. DCs to expedite submission.
Delay compensation system with personal liability.
State to prepare an Action Plan.
DRDA Administration
1
2
3
DRDA Administration Scheme is being restructured from 2014-15. Fund
allocation for DRDA Admin for 2013-14 has been halved. States have been
asked to resort to advance payment. Thereafter, the advances can be
recouped from subsequent Central releases. Deputy Commissioners are
advised to exercise financial prudence in expenditure of DRDA
Administration fund and confine expenditure within salary needs of DRDA
employees.
DRDAs have been reported as not uploading requisite information in MoRD
website regularly. All DCs will ensure that DRDAs regularly upload physical
and financial progress in relevant website. Staffing position of DRDAs are
also to be uploaded.
Current status of upload is as follows:
DRDAs to send proposal for release of second instalment for 2013-14 as
well as for State Share release against 1st instalment received for 2013-14.
(Proposal for release of backlog State Share received from
Ukhrul/Tamenglong)
DRDA Administration
4
Registration of DRDAs in CPSMS required. Bank details / TIN / TAN /
Registration No., etc. are required to be entered in CPSMS for receipt of
DRDA Administration Scheme fund. One cancelled cheque against relevant
bank account signed by PD, DRDA will also be required. There cannot be
multiple bank accounts for the same scheme.
5
Replies to AG audit of DRDA-IE/CCP to be submitted.
Audit reports, in general, are required to be furnished in original by Deputy
Commissioners. While preparing/submitting audit replies, all DCs are
requested to pay personal attention so that the replies are detailed,
supported by provisions of guidelines and satisfactorily address the specific
deficiency raised by the auditor. In case deficiency raised by auditor has
been confirmed to be correct, DCs will initiate appropriate proceedings
against officials / persons / firms responsible for the same. A copy of such
initiation should be sent as supplementary/supporting material for disposal
of the audit paras.
Monitoring: VMC meetings
1
2
Regular DLVMC meetings have not been held in any of the districts. DCs are
required to convene meetings for quarterly review meetings.
For hill districts, Chairmen of Autonomous District Councils are to be invited
to DLVMC meetings.
Minutes are to be uploaded on MoRD website.
Parliamentary Standing Committee is very serious on the issue of regular
holding of meetings.
Reimbursement on expenditure against DLVMC meetings can be claimed
from MoRD.
IAY
1
2
3
Social audit of IAY to be conducted.
Documents of BPR/CDL/UKL/TML to be sent to AG for IAY Performance
Audit.
DCs to take preparatory steps to ensure maintenance of all IAY records in
the field. Several shortcomings have been pointed out earlier in the
MGNREGS Performance Audit. The same should not be repeated in the IAY
audit.
TIN/TAN no. of DRDAs and IAY bank/account details are to be uploaded on
CPSMS. Dedicated Account cannot be changed once registered.
Details of Registered Agency have not been filled in CPSMS for TML and
SPT. Similar issues with IW.
Consolidated State proposal is to be sent for 2nd Instalment for districts
which have utilized 60% of 1st instalment. State will not wait for nonperforming districts in sending consolidated proposal. Considering the
meagre resources of the State, it is pertinent to utilise the available fund
and submit proposal on time for release by the Centre. DCs will be held
responsible for inability to utilise 60% of 1st instalment on time and ACRs
will be linked to performance on the parameters.
IAY
4
5
6
7
Huge Gaps in Awaasoft entry and MPR:
Beneficiaries selected by Gram Sabha as eligible poor and to
whom IAY houses had been allotted and fund sanctioned in the
past need to have a BPL ID no. Even if the beneficiary does not
have a BPL No., it is presumed that the beneficiary was poor and
eligible. In order to enable data entry for houses allotted against
such beneficiaries, BPL List may be extended by adding the name
of the beneficiary after the last no. in the series relevant for the
GP/village.
Reporting on AwaasSoft has been made mandatory for release of next
instalment of IAY fund in 2013-14. Expenditure and physical progress as
reflected will be considered for processing of proposals by MoRD. DCs will
be held responsible for inability to claim/receive fund on account of nonreporting in AwaasSoft.
Completion of houses sanctioned more than two years back and its
reporting on AwaasSoft is to be ensured.
Inspection of houses is a mandatory process in the workflow of AwaasSoft
and photographs of houses are to be uploaded after every inspection.
IAY
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Any genuine operational issues regarding inability to complete to be
sent as proposal to AD for taking up the same in EC of IAY.
Deputy Commissioners to ensure compliance of conditions imposed during release
of 2nd instalment 2012-13 and 1st instalment, 2013-14.
IAY 2013-14:
Entry/Updation of information/details of beneficiaries on AwaasSoft to be ensured
before fund release to beneficiaries.
An amount of Rs. 56 lakh has been released as Administrative Expenses for IAY.
0.5% of the same is to be remitted to the State Rural Housing Fund for State level
administrative expenses.
1% of Administrative expenses under IAY can be utilized on IEC.
State to prepare an action plan and implement the same. SIRD will be tasked with
the same.
Submission of 10 years data awaited from TML/UKL/CCP.
Issue of CGI Sheets – centralised procurement. DCs to offer methodology with
reference to EC’s approval and Guidelines.
Convergence of IAY/NBA/MGNREGS: DCs to implement
Formation of VWSC for convergence
Enhanced target of IAY 2013-14: 1678
NRLM
1
3
4
5
6
DCs of IE/CDL/SPT/BPR/TBL to update progress on land allotment by
Revenue Department with respect to setting up of RSETIs.
A workshop will be organized by MoRD on how to prepare MKSP Project proposals.
DCs to find out NGOs working in agricultural sector in North East and prepare list
of NGOs willing to take up MKSP/Skills projects.
State Mission to validate SHGs in the field and determine which SHGs are NRLMcompliant. SHG information is to be collected as per MIS format prescribed for the
same.
SHG-bank linkage database is to be compiled by the State Mission through DRDASGSY staff. There is an estimated no. of 3200 SHGs as per NABARD. This
compilation will involve collecting SHG profile, validation, digitization. Timeline for
completion may be set for each activity. Manipur may start with NERCORMP SHGs.
Only women SHGs will be included in the database.
State to take steps for setting up RUDSETI. One district is to be handed over to
RUDSETI. RUDSETI will be in place of RSETI in the said district.
Opening Balance of SGSY as on 01.04.2013 with districts to be recouped to NRLM.
NRLM
Sl. No.
Name of District
Total amount to be deposited in State NRLM account
(Rs . In lakh)
1
Bish
6.52
2
CDL
0.69
3
CCP
13.69
4
IE
5.90
5
IW
0.48
6
SPT
16.84
7
TML
9.57
8
TBL
20.64
9
UKL
2.69
TOTAL
77.29
The respective fund available under SGSY may be deposited in the State NRLM Account bearing
No.0484050013332, Name : NATIONAL RURAL LIVELIHOOD MISSION.
Preparatory steps to be taken by DCs:
• Compilation of SHG database
• Verification of SHG – Bank linkage data base.
DCs of UKL/SPT to identify credible representatives of SHG Federations and possible Resource
Persons under NERCORMP.
NRLM
7
NRLM : Skills
The target number of beneficiaries for Skill Projects for Manipur
for the year 2013-14 is 700 and that for 2014-15 is 4808. Project
proposals will be sent only through email from State level to
MoRD Skill Division through email id created by MoRD specifically
for eh said purpose.
Project proposals prepared by PIAs/NGOs and forwarded by
Deputy Commissioners will be entertained by the State only if the
proposals are strictly as per format/template prescribed by MoRD
for Skill Projects. The same is available on www.nrlmskills.in. The
emphasis under Skills will be higher-end skill development which
will improve the marketability of the beneficiary and lead to
his/her placement in the Services Sector. Deputy Commissioners
will thoroughly scrutinise all project proposals under Skills before
submitting the same to this Department. There will be mandatory
10% State Share under Skills.
MISCELLANEOUS
MPLADS
1
2
DCs to expedite submission of replies on audit para 3.3 (IW) and para
6.8.1 (SPT)
MPLADS Facilitation Centre: CCP to apprise status
3
Submission of list of abandoned works: DCs to expedite
MONTHLY REPORTS
1
Timely submission of reports on TPP by 5th of every month
2
Timely submission of reports for Governor by 30th of every month
Name of Scheme: Recurring Gant of SIRD
1
Director(SIRD) to send self-contained proposal for hike in remuneration
of SIRD staff
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