Presentation 2 - Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment

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Performance Review Committee
(PRC) meeting
5-6 June, 2014
(MGNREGA Division)
1
MGNREGA: Physical Achievements at a glance
FY 2008-09 FY 2009-10 FY 2010-11 FY 2011-12 FY 2012-13 FY 2013-14
Total Job Card issued
(in Cr.)
Employment
provided to
households (in Cr.)
Employment
provided to
Individuals (in Cr.)
Persondays (in Cr.)
Total
10.01
11.25
11.98
12.50
12.79
13.13
4.51
5.26
5.49
5.06
4.98
4.76
8.20
8.00
7.35
216.32
283.59
257.15
218.76
229.86
218.10
SCs
63.36
[29%]
86.45
[30%]
78.76
[31%]
48.47
[22%]
50.96
[22%]
49.26
[23%]
STs
55.02
[25%]
103.57
[48%]
97.95
[45%]
48 days
58.74
[21%]
136.40
[48%]
138.40
[49%]
54 days
53.62
[21%]
122.74
[48%]
124.78
[48%]
47 days
40.92
[19%]
105.27
[48%]
129.38
[59%]
43 days
40.75
[18%]
117.93
[51%]
138.14
[60%]
46 days
37.22
[17%]
115.15
[53%]
131.18
[60%]
46 days
Women
Others
Persondays per HH
2
MGNREGA: Financial Achievements at a glance
FY 06-07
Budget Outlay
(In Rs Crore)
FY 07-08
FY 08-09
FY 09-10
FY 10-11
FY 11-12
FY 12-13
FY 13-14
TOTAL
11300
12000
30000
39100
40100
31000
30287
33000
226787
Central Release
(In Rs Crore)
8640.85
12610.39
29939.60
33506.61
35768.95
29189.77
30009.96
32743.68
212409.8
Total available
fund
(In Rs. Crore)
12073.55
19305.81
37397.06
49579.19
54172.14
48805.68
45051.43
42265.45
Expenditure
(In Rs. Crore)
[% against
available funds]
8823.35
[73%]
15856.89
[82%]
27250.10
[73%]
37905.23
[76%]
39377.27
[73%]
37072.82
[76%]
39657.04
[88%]
37468.65
[89%
243411.4
Expenditure on
Wages
(In Rs. Crore)
5842.37
[68%]
10738.47
[70%]
18200.03
[69%]
25579.32
[70%]
25686.53
[68%]
24306.2
[70%]
27128.36
[72%]
26096.81
[74%]
163578.09
[70%]
Expenditure on
Material
(In Rs. Crore)
2758.77
[32%]
4617.47
[30%]
8100.89
[31%]
11084.49
[30%]
11891.09
[32%]
10650.48
[30%]
10403.31
[28%]
9159.32
[26%]
68665.82
[30%]
3
MGNREGA Outcome:
Persondays
(inCr)
Cr)
Persondays Generated
generated (in
300
284
257
250
219
216
230
218
200
150
100
144
91
50
0
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
10
MGNREGA Outcome:
MGNREGA
Outcome:
Persondays generated (in Cr)
Average Persondays per HH
60
54
50
48
43
42
2006-07
2007-08
40
47
43
46
46
2012-13
2013-14
30
20
10
0
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
10
MGNREGA Outcome:
Women Persondays (%age of total persondays)
60%
50%
40%
48%
40%
43%
48%
48%
51%
54%
48%
Increased total women workers in the
workforce (Census 2011)
30%
20%
10%
0%
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
20010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
(estimated)
11
MGNREGA Outcome:
Average
wage per
personday
(in Rs.)
Persondays
generated
(in Cr)
140
132
120
115
100
100
84
80
60
121
90
75
65
Increased general wage levels in rural areas.
Enhanced welfare effects to the poor.
40
20
0
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11 2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
10
MGNREGA Outcome:
Average
wage income
per HH
(in Rs.)
Persondays
generated
(in Cr)
7000
6000
5950
5447
5000
4863
4804
4035
4000
3000
4679
Income from MGNREGA work come during
the lean agricultural season. Reduction of
distress migration and better nutritional
outcomes for rural poor
3168
2782
2000
1000
0
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
10
Category-wise works taken-up
FY 2013-14
FY 2012-13
Any Other
Works
10%
Rural Sanitation
15%
Any Other
Works
7%
Water
conservation
46%
Water
conservation
37%
Rural
Sanitation
28%
Land
development
6%
Rural
Connectivity
12%
Works on
individual lands
11%
Land
development
5%
Rural
Connectivity
11%
Works on
individual
lands
12%
works Category-wise expenditure (Rs. In Cr)
FY 2013-14
FY 2012-13
Land
development,
2835, 8%
Rural
Any Other
Sanitation, Works, 1448,
130, 0%
4%
Any Other
Rural
Works, 1227,
Sanitation, 863,
4%
2%
Land
development,
3200, 9%
Rural
Connectivity,
12066, 32%
Works on
individual
lands, 2377, 6%
Water
conservation,
15010, 42%
Water
conservation,
18512, 50%
Rural
Connectivity,
12418, 35%
Works on
individual
lands,
2828, 8%
MGNREGA Performance
FY 2013-14
11
Group-I: LB Vs Achievement of FY 13-14 (Persondays)
250%
213%
200%
150%
119%
100%
106%
104%
101%
82%
81%
85%
79%
52%
50%
0%
Group-I: LB Vs Achievement of FY 13-14 (Persondays)
160%
140%
120%
100%
140%
103%
103%
85%
83%
80%
60%
40%
20%
0%
59%
45%
Group-II: LB Vs Achievement of FY 13-14
(Persondays)
180%
160%
161%
140%
120%
100%
80%
60%
40%
20%
0%
99%
91%
88%
86%
85%
77%
67%
61%
Group-II: LB Vs Achievement of FY 13-14 (Persondays)
100%
93%
90%
84%
85%
81%
80%
70%
63%
60%
50%
40%
35%
30%
20%
10%
0%
TRIPURA
ASSAM
MIZORAM
J&K
MANIPUR
National
Group-I: Women participation rate in FY 13-14 (in PDs generation)
80%
70%
75%
68%
63%
60%
59%
53%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
49%
47% 45% 45%
44% 42%
35% 35% 34%
30% 29%
Group-II: Women participation rate in FY 13-14
(in PDs generation)
100%
90%
93%
84%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
53%
53%
47%
44%
43%
42%
35%
32%
30%
25%
23%
22%
Group-I: SC/ST Participation against registered (FY 13-14)
HHs issued jobcards
(In Lakh)
S.No
State
1NAGALAND
2ARUNACHAL Pd.
3MEGHALAYA
4SIKKIM
5CHHATTISGARH
6WEST BENGAL
7HP
8RAJASTHAN
9AP
10UTTARAKHAND
11ODISHA
12KARNATAKA
13MAHARASHTRA
14GOA
15BIHAR
National
SCs
0.04
0.00
0.04
0.04
4.40
32.71
3.20
18.05
36.01
2.19
12.06
9.59
7.23
0.01
34.17
279.01
Total SC
STs
& ST
3.89
3.92
1.72
1.72
4.40
4.44
0.32
0.37
14.30 18.70
9.06 41.77
0.71
3.91
17.37 35.42
16.78 52.79
0.38
2.57
18.12 30.18
4.68 14.27
10.03 17.26
0.09
0.10
2.23 36.41
178.08 457.10
HHs Provided Employment
(In Lakh)
SCs
0.04
0.00
0.03
0.03
2.43
19.18
1.53
7.21
14.79
0.71
2.93
2.35
1.06
0.00
5.74
109.40
STs
3.82
1.30
3.29
0.24
9.18
5.59
0.37
8.56
7.58
0.11
6.34
1.09
2.22
0.02
0.43
77.50
Total SC
& ST
3.86
1.30
3.32
0.27
11.60
24.77
1.91
15.77
22.37
0.81
9.27
3.44
3.29
0.02
6.16
186.90
% of HHs Provided
Employment
SCs
100%
100%
80%
64%
55%
59%
48%
40%
41%
32%
24%
25%
15%
14%
17%
39%
STs
98%
76%
75%
74%
64%
62%
52%
49%
45%
28%
35%
23%
22%
19%
19%
44%
Total SC
& ST
98%
76%
75%
73%
62%
59%
49%
45%
42%
32%
31%
24%
19%
19%
17%
41%
Group-II: SC/ST Participation against registered (FY 13-14)
S.N
o
State
1MANIPUR
2TRIPURA
3MIZORAM
4TAMIL NADU
5KERALA
6J & K
7PUNJAB
8UP
9ASSAM
10MP
11JHARKHAND
12GUJARAT
13HARYANA
National
HHs issued jobcards HHs Provided Employment % of HHs Provided
(In Lakh)
(In Lakh)
Employment
Total SC
Total SC
Total SC
SCs
STs
& ST
SCs
STs
& ST
SCs
STs
& ST
0.10
2.35
2.45
0.08
2.29
2.38 83%
97%
97%
1.18
2.53
3.70
1.09
2.40
3.49 93%
95%
94%
0.00
2.22
2.22
0.00
1.77
1.77
0%
79%
79%
26.88
1.52 28.40 18.26
0.88
19.14 68%
58%
67%
3.37
0.63
3.99
2.11
0.38
2.48 63%
60%
62%
0.81
1.67
2.48
0.42
0.97
1.39 52%
58%
56%
7.99
0.00
7.99
3.19
0.00
3.19 40%
50%
40%
47.13
1.55 48.68 16.60
0.49
17.09 35%
32%
35%
2.52
6.71
9.23
0.78
2.26
3.03 31%
34%
33%
17.02 26.67 43.69
5.37
8.84
14.21 32%
33%
33%
5.21 15.02 20.24
1.40
4.53
5.93 27%
30%
29%
2.97 12.96 15.94
0.41
2.54
2.95 14%
20%
18%
3.91
0.00
3.91
1.56
0.00
1.56 40%
0%
0%
279.01 178.08 457.10 109.40 77.50 186.90 39%
44%
41%
Group-I: Average Persondays per HH (FY 13-14)
80
70
60
70
58
52
50
40
30
20
10
0
52
51
50
50
45
45
46
42
42
42
37
25
23
Group-II: Average Persondays per HH (FY 13-14)
100
90
80
88
75
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
59
57
51
42
46
40
38
36
35
33
25
24
MIZORAM
NAGALAND
MANIPUR
GOA
TAMIL NADU
2% 2%
TRIPURA
MEGHALAYA
3%
UTTARAKHAND
5% 4%
SIKKIM
5%
ASSAM
6%
WEST BENGAL
7%
HP
JHARKHAND
MP
J&K
RAJASTHAN
CHHATTISGARH
KERALA
MAHARASHTRA
PUNJAB
UP
ODISHA
AP
GUJARAT
HARYANA
10%
ARUNACHAL Pd
15%
BIHAR
25%
KARNATAKA
Unmet demand as %age of total demand (FY 13-14)
30%
24%
20%
13%
11%10%
10%10%10% 9% 9%
9% 9% 9%
8% 8% 8%
1% 1%
0% 0% 0% 0%
0%
Group-I: Work Completion Rate since inception till FY 13-14
State
1
UTTARAKHAND
HIMACHAL PRADESH
CHHATTISGARH
NAGALAND
WEST BENGAL
ANDHRA PRADESH
SIKKIM
ODISHA
RAJASTHAN
MEGHALAYA
KARNATAKA
GOA
BIHAR
MAHARASHTRA
ARUNACHAL PRADESH
National Total
No. of Works
started whose
estimated
Out of Coln(3)
Work
No. of Works completion date is No. of Work Completion
started
over
Completed
Rate
2
3
4
5
165520
163330
138811
85
282062
276807
215471
78
643206
609828
460274
75
41912
41593
30505
73
1368332
1318642
963723
73
5775526
5732190
3977005
69
10296
10124
6925
68
537184
521075
339174
65
843221
823061
524579
64
48456
47544
29517
62
1679045
1619746
928021
57
2305
2257
1274
56
884215
748911
400970
54
597224
531432
229465
43
5775
5619
398
7
21483914
20735128
14380398
69
Group-II: Work Completion Rate since inception till FY 13-14
State
1
TRIPURA
HARYANA
KERALA
GUJARAT
JHARKHAND
PUNJAB
MADHYA PRADESH
UTTAR PRADESH
MIZORAM
TAMIL NADU
ASSAM
MANIPUR
JAMMU AND KASHMIR
National Total
No. of Works
started whose
estimated
Out of Coln(3)
Work
No. of Works completion date No. of Work Completion
started
is over
Completed
Rate
2
3
4
5
425301
421624
389894
92
71904
69346
57147
82
564883
523726
418564
80
357443
349941
277797
79
505917
496041
372067
75
55146
53245
39669
75
2163631
1989112
1480621
74
3510221
3457975
2551070
74
25557
24825
17690
71
459295
447534
300261
67
151083
146540
88233
60
27872
27229
13881
51
276680
271791
125331
46
21483914
20735128
14380398
69
Items for discussion/consultation
A. Discussion Paper on (1) Quality of asset (2)
reducing Delay in payments and (3) preparation
of District Plan.
B. Implementation
beneficiaries.
of
150
days
for
FRA
C. Demand Registration: Alternate provisions (IVRS,
CSO, Kiosk, website)
D. Relative performance report – ranking
States/Districts/GPs based on performance.
E. Fund flow mechanism.
Discussion Point
F. Universalization of e-FMS [Letter: 13th May, 14]
G. Direct Benefit Transfer under MGNREGA
• Drive to verify and freeze A/c information &
Aadhaar number of Workers. [Letter: 6th May, 14]
H. Provision of Mobile Interface (10, 000 Tablets) in
case of 9 States. [Letter: 21st April, 14]
I. Capacity building – DRT/BRTs
J. IEC plan
K. Appropriate Technologies in buildings
Items for discussion/consultation
Discussion on Quality of Assets Created under MGNREGA
• Special emphasis on quality of assets in terms of their design, utility
and durability.
• The following are suggested:
1. Creation of durable and quality assets through convergence with
other Schemes
2. Capacity Building of RD and Panchayat Raj functionaries
3. Community monitoring of works
4. State Quality Monitors
5. Completion of works
6. Maintenance of Assets
7. Monitoring of the Assets
8. Impact and Quality Evaluation
Group I : Status of State Convergence Plan (SCP)
SCP submitted SCP submitted, Not submitted Not conducted
and approved
observation
by MoRD
sent/being
SCP
convergence
workshop
examined
Sikkim
Bihar
Meghalaya
Chhattisgarh
Rajasthan
Nagaland
HP
West Bengal
Goa
Karnataka
Uttarakhand
Maharashtra
Andhra Pradesh
Odisha
Arunachal Pd.
Group II : Status of State Convergence Plan (SCP)
SCP submitted SCP submitted, Not submitted
and Approved
observation
by MoRD
sent/being
SCP
Not conducted
convergence
workshop
examined
Tamil Nadu
Assam
Punjab
Gujarat
Tripura
Haryana
Manipur
Uttar Pradesh
Mizoram
Kerala
A&N
J&K
MP
Jharkhand
Puducherry
Lakshadweep
Action point for SCP
• Timeline for submission of SCP ( Revised and New)
Category 1 State(14 States /UTs) by 4th June : Assam, Jharkhand,
Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Karnataka, Haryana, Kerala,
Karnataka, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Bihar, A&N islands,
Category 2 State(7 States /UTs) by 20th June : Maharashtra, UP, Jammu
and Kashmir, Gujarat, GOA, Punjab, Lakshadweep
• Process of approval of SCP: All states were advised that SCP should be
approved by appropriate competent authority, i.e. CS /ACS , SEGC etc.
After approval of competent authority, SCP should be sent to the Ministry
for examination.
•
Schedule States Workshop dates: Gujarat -17th June, Lakshadweep -1st
week of July, UP 11th June and J&K in the process of finalising the date.
Discussion on Reducing Delays in Wage Payments
• As per Section 3(3) of Act, “the disbursement of daily wages shall be made on a
weekly basis or in any case not later than a fortnight after the date on which such
work was done”.
• Some of the major reasons for the delay in wage payments:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
delay in closure of Muster Roll (MR) and its computerization
Inadequate staff for taking measurement of work done
Inordinate delay in measurement of work in spite of dedicated staff
Excessive time taken to link MRs with the measurement book.
Delayed generation of wage lists.
Generation of Fund Transfer Orders (FTOs)and their uploading where e-FMS
has been made operational.
7. Poor network coverage of banks and post offices.
• Measures to address delay in wage payment
1. Cash Payments: Identify 800-1000 blocks on criteria of low or nil internet
connectivity and non-existence of banks/Post Offices for cash payment.
2. Trained Mates for measurement of work:
3. Deployment of Barefoot Engineers: Suitable persons from the families of
workers or one of the best performing workers from the local community may
be identified.
4. Monthly review by SRD: Monthly review on the delays in wage payments.
Delay Compensation system (DCS)
• DCS: MGNREGA workers are entitled to receive delay compensation at a
rate of 0.05% of the unpaid wages per day for the duration of the delay
beyond the sixteenth day of the closure of the MR.
• Formulae for calculation in NREGASoft is :
– No. of Days delayed = {Date of payment – Date of Closure of Muster
Roll(end date of MR)}- 15
– Delay compensation = {No. of Days delayed * Total Cash paid for the
beneficiary * 0.05}/100
• State DBAs are required to make an entry of the following in the MIS:– Different sub process involved in making the payments,
– Fix & map the responsibility of each sub process with MGNREGA
officials and
– Number of days to complete the sub processes.
• Payment in DSC:
– PO is required to either (a) Approve, or disapprove with reasons or (b)
Generate Pay Order.
Group-I: Delayed Payment Compensation (FY 13-14)
State
1
ANDHRA PRADESH
ARUNACHAL PRADESH
BIHAR
CHHATTISGARH
GOA
HIMACHAL PRADESH
KARNATAKA
MAHARASHTRA
MEGHALAYA
NAGALAND
ODISHA
RAJASTHAN
SIKKIM
UTTARAKHAND
WEST BENGAL
National
Payable
Approved
Compensati
Amount [In (In Delay Rejected (In on Paid [In
Payable PDs Lakh Rs.]
Days)
Delay Days) Lakh Rs.]
2
3
4
5
6
0
0
0
0
0
2126571
112.08
0
0
0
39910110
1665.55
0
0
0
50574948
1153.84
632873 1951859
0
55099
0.66
0
0
0
12856652
241.97
0
0
0
47428555
1408.59
0
0
0
34501962
961.57 23068352
66
14.31
7367625
474.16
0
0
0
8405636
394.51
0
0
0
34164649
580.17
0
0
0
151274624
2515.82
0
0
0
1047795
42.18
0
0
0
7378053
364.33
0
0
0
148548163
4884.97
0
0
0
865518226 21463.49 25931446 2250437
14.31
Group-II: Delayed Payment Compensation (FY 13-14)
State
1
ASSAM
GUJARAT
HARYANA
JAMMU AND KASHMIR
JHARKHAND
KERALA
MADHYA PRADESH
MANIPUR
MIZORAM
PUNJAB
TAMIL NADU
TRIPURA
UTTAR PRADESH
National
Payable
Approved Rejected Compensat
Amount [In (In Delay (In Delay ion Paid [In
Payable PDs Lakh Rs.]
Days)
Days)
Lakh Rs.]
2
3
4
5
6
3598032
133.60
0
0
0
14041858
280.83
0
0
0
3722342
105.87
0
0
0
15789471
705.62
0
0
0
2110414
23.55
0
0
0
67257553
2149.17
0
0
0
75845243
1096.64
47
0
0
2690649
111.39
0
0
0
880
0.01
0
0
0
10233218
309.95
0
0
0
80859208
785.29
2230174
298512
0
2626192
34.41
0
0
0
40663565
920.66
0
0
0
865518226 21463.49 25931446 2250437
14.31
Discussion on Preparation of District Plan under MGNREGA
• MGNREGA works to emerge from an integrated plan for local development
with focus on (a) Natural Resource Management especially on a micro
watershed basis and, (b) agriculture and allied activities.
• For this purpose, a District Plan under MGNREGA (DPM) for period of 5
years should be developed.
• The Labour Budget will be derived from the DPM itself.
• The following steps are suggested for preparation of the DPM:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Environment Creation and Awareness Building
Identification of needs at the Gram Panchayat level
Identification of Technical and Financial Resource Envelope
Preparation of Draft Plans
Approval of Gram Sabha
Plan Consolidation
DEMAND REGISTRATION: ALTERNATE PROVISIONS FOR WORKERS
As per the amendment in Schedule 2 Application for work can be oral or written and
made either through the Ward member/GP/ PO/any person authorized by the State
Govt. or using the following ICT tools:
(1) IVRS System (Telephone / Mobile)
(2) Call Centre / Helpline
(3) Internet using any of the following mechanism enabled under MGNREGA MIS
o Kiosk (call center login): States may use the new/ existing call centers to
register demand of workers. Using this Individual demand can be registered. The
call center login and password has been shared with States.
o CSO login: CSOs may be registered themselves after which they can register
the individual or group demand. Before registering group demand CSOs are
required to create groups for which demand is to be registered.
o Worker module: Worker may use this provision of NREGASoft to register
his/her demand. Worker needs to enter the job card number for registering the
demand. Worker may also access the details of his/ her employment and
entitlement under the scheme.
RELATIVE PERFORMANCE FOR RANKING
 Enable states to analyze the performance of their districts, Blocks and GPs for
taking the corrective measures.
 In addition to this, relative performance among states can also be done to know
the performance across country.
 Relative performance based on following indicators :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
% of PersonDays Generated against last year performance
Average days per HH
% of HHs Completed 100 days
% of Work with Convergence
Work Completion Rate
% of SC/ST HH provided employment against registered SC/ST
% of wage paid with-in 15 days
 The reports have been categorized in the following four:1.
2.
3.
4.

State wise Relative Performance:
District wise Relative Performance: All MGNREGA Districts
Block wise Relative Performance: Top/ Bottom 50
Gram Panchayat wise Relative Performance: Top/ Bottom 100
Details of these reports & method to access is shared through a detailed note
circulated
Status of e-FMS implementation
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
State
HARYANA
KERALA
KARNATAKA
TAMIL NADU
MP
ODISHA
AP
RAJASTHAN
GUJARAT
JHARKHAND
UTTAR PRADESH
MAHARASHTRA
PUNJAB
CHHATTISGARH
HP
ASSAM
PUDUCHERRY
TRIPURA
WEST BENGAL
UTTARAKHAND
BIHAR
National Total
Total
Blocks
125
152
176
385
313
314
1098
249
223
260
823
354
151
146
78
238
4
58
341
95
534
6611
Blocks where e- Blocks where New Blocks added
%age of
FMS started (as eFMS started (as since 30/01/14 Blocks where
on 30/01/14)
on 28/5/14)
under eFMS
eFMS started
105
125
20
100
152
152
0
100
176
176
0
100
212
385
173
100
313
313
0
100
313
314
1
100
1098
1098
0
100
242
248
6
100
213
222
9
100
89
258
169
99
324
814
490
99
306
348
42
98
142
146
4
97
113
139
26
95
51
72
21
92
20
180
160
76
3
3
0
75
21
27
6
47
17
50
33
15
6
6
0
6
8
8
1
3916
5085
1168
77
e-FMS Plan of Action for extending to non e-FMS areas
• MoRD shared the block wise action plan letter dated 13th May, 14
Status of connectivity
Blocks having Broadband
No broadband, but there
are CSCs with broadband
No broadband, no CSC
Not participated in survey
Total Blocks
Number
of Blocks
%
4,322
65%
1, 906
29%
261
4%
112
2%
6,601 100%
Action plan
Continue in implementation level and
implement all modules
Allow data entry through CSCs and bring them
under the eFMS from August 2014.
Request DEITY to set up VSAT (we share the
costs of the equipment and DEITY provides
the satellite bandwidth). Can be brought
under eFMS from October 2014.
 06 block where there was no expenditure.
 49 blocks where FTO generated but e-FMS
not implemented.
 11 block where expenditure was through
line dept.
e-FMS Plan of Action for extending to non eFMS areas with
Connectivity issues
• State were requested to share their comments/ observations by
30th May, 2014 on
(a) Details / status of connectivity in non – eFMS blocks
(b) Functioning of the CSCs in the blocks which have otherwise no
broadband connectivity.
• Only States which have shared comment are :Haryana, Kerala, Meghalaya, Sikkim and A&NB
• Remaining States may send the information by 10th June, 2014
Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) under MGNREGA
 All States to implement e-FMS and/or make a transition from NEFT/RTGS epayments to Aadhaar enabled payments (Aadhaar Based Payments System- APB).
S
STEPS : AADHAAR ENABLED PAYMENTS
1
• Drive to open Bank/ Post office Account of the workers and
• Verification & freezing information of accounts in bank and post offices in MIS
2
• Expedite Aadhaar enrolment and
• Aadhaar Seeding and its verification & freezing
Authentication agency)
by PO/MoRD (AUA/ASA –
3
• Aadhaar seeding in Banks/ PO followed by its mapping in the NPCI mapper
4
• Readiness of the Banks and State/MoRD
5
• Simultaneously , follow up with Banks/ PO to place BCs ( AEPS enabled micro ATMs)
CURRENT STATUS
• 9.76 Cr. Bank & PO Accounts
• 9.76 Cr accounts are of 12.4 Crore workers.
• Out of 12.4 Cr, 8.6 Cr (69%) a/c information of workers frozen.
• 1.89 Cr Aadhaar seeded in MIS ; 1 Cr Aadhaar sent for demo-auth.
• 30% verified & frozen by MoRD ; Remaining 70% to be verified and frozen by PO
Group-I: A/c information Freezing of Active Workers
S.No
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
States
2
KARNATAKA
ANDHRA PRADESH
HIMACHAL PRADESH
RAJASTHAN
CHHATTISGARH
GOA
UTTARAKHAND
ODISHA
BIHAR
WEST BENGAL
MAHARASHTRA
SIKKIM
MEGHALAYA
ARUNACHAL
PRADESH
NAGALAND
National Total
Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs)
Total
%age Frozen
Bank
Bank
Post
Commercia
Cooperativ Post
Total
Commercial Cooperative
Office
Office
l and
e and
and RRB's and others
RRB's
others
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
58.19
0.01
1.42
59.62
95%
35.21
0.00
68.02
103.23
75%
3.70
3.36
0.33
7.39
92%
11.39
30.28
25.29
66.97
19.05
3.60
34.38
0.07
0.02
3.22
0%
Total
12
0%
93%
99%
91%
91%
47%
90%
92%
82%
95%
89%
57.03
90%
64%
89%
87%
0.00
0.09
83%
82%
1.01
1.54
5.77
91%
46%
75%
79%
25.19
0.30
10.49
35.98
87%
0%
40%
73%
10.54
0.26
22.31
33.10
79%
5%
43%
54%
47.31
5.99
51.41
104.71
75%
15%
32%
51%
13.71
3.99
15.65
33.35
70%
43%
31%
48%
0.30
0.32
0.29
0.91
78%
33%
7%
40%
0.29
0.04
0.44
0.77
14%
1%
6%
9%
0.35
0.20
0.22
0.77
13%
0%
0%
6%
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0%
0%
0%
0%
498.72
65.87
294.61
859.21
83%
62%
68%
76%
83%
Group-II: Status of Account information Freezing of Active Workers
Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs)
Total
S.No
Bank
States
Bank
Commercial Cooperative
and RRB's and others
1
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
2
TAMIL NADU
KERALA
PUNJAB
MADHYA PRADESH
HARYANA
JHARKHAND
UTTAR PRADESH
GUJARAT
ASSAM
TRIPURA
JAMMU AND
KASHMIR
MANIPUR
MIZORAM
National Total
%age Frozen
5
6
Post
Office
Total
7
8
Commerci Cooperativ Post
Office
al and
e and
RRB's
others
9
10
11
Total
12
78.66
0.01
0.00
78.67
92%
0%
8%
92%
16.40
1.43
1.35
19.18
96%
6%
90%
89%
5.23
0.21
0.39
5.83
92%
51%
45%
88%
54.04
7.27
18.54
79.85
90%
67%
84%
87%
5.17
1.32
0.33
6.82
94%
46%
77%
84%
4.40
0.43
19.77
24.60
90%
20%
78%
79%
69.18
0.96
2.17
72.31
74%
36%
1%
71%
6.93
0.13
8.97
16.03
90%
54%
56%
70%
11.11
0.34
7.91
19.36
69%
44%
42%
57%
7.45
3.03
1.38
11.86
32%
29%
0%
28%
9.69
1.27
0.19
11.14
16%
0%
0%
14%
1.27
0.09
0.89
2.26
10%
0%
0%
5%
0.11
0.02
0.90
1.03
0%
0%
0%
0%
498.72
65.87
294.61
859.21
83%
62%
68%
76%
Group-I: Status of Aadhaar seeding
S.No.
States
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
HIMACHAL PRADESH
SIKKIM
ANDHRA PRADESH
GOA
MAHARASHTRA
RAJASTHAN
KARNATAKA
CHHATTISGARH
UTTARAKHAND
WEST BENGAL
ODISHA
BIHAR
ARUNACHAL PRADESH
MEGHALAYA
NAGALAND
National Total
Registered Workers
With
Total
Aadhaar No.
3
4
Total
Active Workers
With Aadhaar % With
No.
Aadhaar No.
5
6
7
2312049
1028547
861865
596676
69%
173454
74285
94949
59130
62%
35544867
7973086
12927912
6980388
54%
44236
4099
8621
1955
23%
18811668
980559
4059010
530078
13%
25160923
904045
7095690
579824
8%
17504695
872542
6035303
441702
7%
14115257
55429
6289293
45426
1%
1890504
3246
671222
1879
0%
25932553
23734
11918248
19346
0%
17313379
6661
3784644
3972
0%
19887124
38
4027878
7
0%
441329
0
169546
0
0%
1053189
0
582883
0
0%
697105
0
463263
0
0%
289231345 18902526
102135184
14124180
14%
Group-II: Status of Aadhaar seeding
S.No.
States
1
2
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
KERALA
PUNJAB
JHARKHAND
TRIPURA
HARYANA
TAMIL NADU
MADHYA PRADESH
GUJARAT
MANIPUR
UTTAR PRADESH
JAMMU AND KASHMIR
ASSAM
MIZORAM
National Total
Registered Workers
With Aadhaar
Total
No.
3
4
Total
Active Workers
With
% With
Aadhaar No. Aadhaar No.
5
6
7
4509252
2253043
1986027
1491843
75%
1872218
464655
623707
276521
44%
8438452
1974426
2849865
1107113
39%
1417756
463124
1205301
442157
37%
1692483
197766
720734
136612
19%
15229320
1068137
11503340
1038224
9%
34095314
428894
9718891
274151
3%
8919370
35804
1743203
24392
1%
1080511
2998
585531
2434
0%
22009313
31325
8358174
25254
0%
2137389
1
1343930
1
0%
6165719
21
2210981
0
0%
514911
0
219045
0
0%
289231345
18902526
102135184 14124180
14%
S No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
State
ASSAM
BIHAR
CHHATTISGARH
GOA
GUJARAT
HARYANA
HIMACHAL
PRADESH
JHARKHAND
KERALA
MADHYA PRADESH
MAHARASHTRA
MANIPUR
ODISHA
PUNJAB
RAJASTHAN
SIKKIM
TAMIL NADU
TRIPURA
UTTAR PRADESH
UTTARAKHAND
WEST BENGAL
PUDUCHERRY
Total
No. of Aadhars PO Verification
Status
sent to PO for
verification Verified Rejected
21
0
0
38
0
0
42375
0
0
2579
0
0
31174
0
0
107306
0
4
535755
1231975
1780143
363501
655538
2809
3713
183729
667136
40983
969681
248024
19937
2055
11561
50729
6950763
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
23
45
43
157
2
0
0
12
0
1
0
6
0
0
0
2
295
VERIFICATION OF AADHAAR BY
PO
• In case if the demo-auth
fails, PO are requested
to verify the aadhaar
numbers of the workers.
• Provision given in PO
Login
• States
have
been
requested to expedite
the process.
Provision Of Mobile Interface
S.No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
States
Bihar
Andhra Pradesh
Maharastra
Himachal Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
TOTAL
Amount Released
Total number of
1st Instalment
Tablets
(In Rs lakh)
32.05
641
181.61
3632
88.72
1774
28.34
567
53.78
1076
12.15
243
8.80
176
66.10
1322
28.45
569
500.00
10000
State are requested to share the status of the procurement
process and methodology adopted
Calendar for Meeting with State Nodal Officers
Meeting at MORD
Video Conferencing
State Nodal Officers for
Convergence
30th June 2014
30th July 2014
27th August2014
26th September 2014
State Nodal Officer for IEC
1st July 2014
30th July 2014
28th August 2014
26th September2014
Group-I: DRTs and BRTs
States that have conducted
training for DRTs
1. Chhattisgarh
2. Goa
3. Rajasthan
4. Sikkim
5. Nagaland
States that have conducted
training for BRTs:
1. Goa
2. Sikkim
3. Nagaland
• Maharashtra has conducted only one day training for DRTs.
•
Maharashtra has conducted training for BRTs in only 10
districts out of 33 districts.
Group-II: DRTs and BRTs
States that have conducted
training for DRTs
States that have
conducted training for
BRTs:
1.
2.
3.
4.
1. Jammu & Kashmir
Gujarat
Jammu & Kashmir
Kerala
Jharkhand
• Haryana has conducted only one day training for DRTs.
• Manipur has conducted only one training for DRTs .
• Madhya Pradesh, training on MIS issues for District and
Block level functionaries is under progress (12 May to 10
June, 2014)
DRTs and BRTs
States that have not
States that have not conducted
conducted training for DRTs training for BRTs:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Assam
Madhya Pradesh
Mizoram
Punjab
Tripura
Tamil Nadu
Uttar Pradesh
1. Assam
2. Gujarat
3. Haryana
4. Jharkhand
5. Kerala
6. Madhya Pradesh
7. Mizoram
8. Manipur
9. Punjab
10. Tripura
11. Tamil Nadu
12. Uttar Pradesh
Contd.
• Training for DRTs and BRTs to be completed by
30th June, 2014.
• States to provide following details:
– Indicate training dates for DRTs and BRTs (last date
was 3rd June, 2014, MoRD letter dated 20-05-2014).
– Submit detailed training report along with
photographs (if training has already been conducted).
– Roadmap for the training of MGNREGA functionaries
IEC Activities
54
IEC Activities
• ‘Rozgar Divas’ being integrated into the IEC
Strategy of MGNREGA to dovetail with grassroot
level IEC activities
• Some States requested to re-submit their IEC
Action Plan for FY 14-15 incorporating the
programme plan for Rozgar Divas
Approved IEC Plans
(as on 27th May 2014)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Tripura
Manipur
West Bengal
Chhattisgarh
Sikkim
Odisha
Approved plans are available on the website of
MGNREGA
States those submitted IEC plans integrating Rozgar
Divas. These are being examined by the MoRD
1. MP
2. Mizoram
3. A&NB
4. Rajasthan
5. Andhra Pradesh
6. UP
7. Assam
8. Maharashtra
9. Bihar
10.Punjab
11.Gujarat
12.Himachal Pradesh
13.Lakshadweep
14.Karnataka
15.Meghalaya
16.Tamil Nadu
17.MP
18.Jharkhand
19.Uttrakhand
STATUS OF SUBMISSION OF IEC PLAN
NOT SUBMITTED ANY IEC
PLAN
1. Goa
2. Aru. Pradesh
3. Nagaland
States those have not submitted the IEC
plans integrating ‘Rozgar Divas’ and the
inputs given by the Ministry
1. J&K
2. Kerala
3. Haryana
IEC: Contribution towards upcoming publications
 States may share good quality photographs
of sustainable assets. This is for the
upcoming compilation of photographs of
sustainable
assets
created
under
MGNREGA across the country.
 States may share news items/success
stories for the upcoming quarterly
Newsletter on MGNREGA
IEC: Good initiatives
• Maharashtra constituting a Social
Communication Unit for focusing on IEC
activities. Communication professionals
are being recruited.
• Karnataka inviting EoI from creative
agencies to develop IEC materials on
various key messages of MGNREGA
APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGIES IN
CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS UNDER
MGNREGA & IAY
OBJECTIVES & ROAD MAP
61
SCHEDULE -1, MGNREGA
Para 13(a), that “ For all works
involving
construction,
cost
effective,
labour
intensive
technologies and usage of local
materials shall be employed as far
as possible.”
(Low cost is not low quality)
62
DIFFERENT TYPE OF BUILDINGS PERMITTED UNDER
MGNREGA
1) Gram Panchayat (covered area-130 sq. m.)
2) Anganwadi centres (covered area at least -600
sq.ft.)
3) Food Grain Storage Structures
4) Village Haats
5) Crematoria
63
DIFFERENT TYPE OF BUILDINGS PERMITTED UNDER
MGNREGA
6) Women self-help groups’ federation
7) Cyclone shelter
8) Common work-sheds for livelihood activities of
self-help groups
9) Post harvest facilities including pucca storage
facilities for agricultural produce
10) houses sanctioned under the IAY ( minimum
built up area at least 20 sq.m.)
64
SUITABLE BUILDING MATERIAL WHICH CAN BE USED
Produced at the site of construction (using the
MGNREGA workers)
labour component in the building closer to 40% of the
total cost
utilisation of the local conventional materials, such as:
• Mud blocks
• Stone and renewable wood (e.g. casuarina)
• Compressed and stabilised earth blocks (after due
treatment and curing)
65
SUITABLE BUILDING MATERIAL WHICH CAN BE USED
–Bamboo
–Fal-G bricks using the fly ash
–Filler blocks
–Ferro-cement roofing channels
–RCC door & window frame
–Micro Concrete wall & floor tiles
–Ferro –cement Girders & wall panels, etc.
66
APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGIES FOR BUILDINGS
– Stub foundations or arch foundations or under reamed
piles, with suitable design and specifications to address
the needs of the relevant seismic zone.
– Avoiding the use of columns and beams wherever the
span of construction is less than 4 meters and where the
soils permit by using alternate appropriate technologies.
– Use of rat-trap bond in all walling work using bricks or
blocks 250 mm X 120 mm X 85 mm or equivalent sizes as
locally adopted.
– Avoiding cement plastering to the extent possible on both
sides of the wall.
67
APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGIES FOR BUILDING
– Use of filler slabs using tiles or local material to reduce the
concrete.
– Avoiding RCC sunshades (chajjas) and replacing with
stone/ferro-cement or suitable materials locally available.
– Replace windows with honeycomb structures wherever
local climate permits.
– Use of local material like stone or precast units etc. for
door and window frames and minimise the use of wood.
– Use of local material like stone, bricks etc. for flooring.
– Use of appropriate mud- based technologies, etc.
68
EFFORTS MADE SO FAR FOR THE USE OF APPROPRIATE
TECHNOLOGIES
• National Workshop held at Thrissur
(Kerala) in which 21 States participated
• 5 Regional workshop on the subject
held at Wardha, Delhi, Imphal, Chennai
and Bhuj.
69
OUTCOME FROM THESE WORKSHOPS
The State groups, with the guidance of Mentors has finalised
and made presentation on: designs for model building
under MGNREGA using appropriate construction
technologies for various regions in the State including the:
1) methodology for producing/sourcing local building
material locally,
2) design,
3) bill of quantities,
4) estimate as per SoR and
5) action plan for training and capacity building
6) Proposal for starting the Centre for Appropriate
Technology (CAT) for the State.
70
FOLLOW UP
- States (with the assistance of NIRD)
- Approve and communicate their proposal/design on all
the 6 issues and type of model building by 15th June, 2014
– Construct at least one model building in any area
incorporating the above appropriate technologies.
• The proposed location of model building has been decided by the
State Groups.
• State has to approve the location and communicate to the
Ministry before 10th June 2014.
• To be used as training centre.
– Approve the list of suitable/ available building
material to be produced on work site under
MGNREGA, by 10th June, 2014 so that production can
begin by July 2014.
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Payment of Unemployment Allowance
• Non payment of UA is a violation of provision
of the Act
• UA is automatically calculated by NREGASoft
• PO can approve/ reject UA for recorded
reasons
• Incorrect rejections would call for action
• States not yet formulated UA rules should
notify before July 2014
Group-I: Unemployment Allowances due (FY 13-14)
Payable Amount (In Approved (In Rejected (In
State
Payable Days
Lakhs)
Days)
Days)
1
2
3
4
5
ANDHRA PRADESH
129555007
75345.95
*
*
ARUNACHAL PRADESH
1090172
735.87
0
0
BIHAR
2288025
1853.30
24
222
CHHATTISGARH
367658
268.39
0
306
GOA
1114
0.99
0
0
HIMACHAL PRADESH
136057
106.51
0
0
KARNATAKA
1604857
1396.23
0
0
MAHARASHTRA
204613
165.74
18
0
MEGHALAYA
662196
480.09
0
0
NAGALAND
1258309
849.36
0
0
ODISHA
300780
215.06
0
0
RAJASTHAN
1685009
1255.33
0
0
SIKKIM
62833
42.41
0
0
UTTARAKHAND
139626
99.13
0
0
WEST BENGAL
862238
650.99
0
0
National
148171579
89360.63
242
87720
* AP: Approved:- Rs. 1.61 Lakh, Rejected:- Rs. 60810.91 Lakh
Group-II: Unemployment Allowances due (FY 13-14)
Payable Amount (In Approved (In Rejected (In
State
Payable Days
Lakhs)
Days)
Days)
1
2
3
4
5
ASSAM
188952
143.60
142
10
GUJARAT
299868
220.40
0
78969
HARYANA
3761
4.02
0
0
JAMMU AND KASHMIR
1176338
852.85
0
0
JHARKHAND
293047
202.20
0
354
KERALA
257930
232.14
0
0
MADHYA PRADESH
547032
399.33
0
0
MANIPUR
77771
59.49
0
0
MIZORAM
428042
316.75
0
0
PUNJAB
110910
102.04
0
0
TAMIL NADU
3978604
2944.17
58
7859
TRIPURA
34510
23.29
0
0
UTTAR PRADESH
556320
394.99
0
0
National
148171579
89360.63
242
87720
* AP: Approved:- Rs. 1.61 Lakh, Rejected:- Rs. 60810.91 Lakh
Unemployment Allowance Rules –Status
Notified
Not Notified
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Maharashtra
Arunachal Pradesh
Sikkim
GOA
West Bengal
Haryana
Karnataka
Himachal Pradesh
Tripura
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Kerala
Gujarat
Madhya Pradesh
Manipur
Odisha
Meghalaya
Rajasthan
Mizoram
Punjab
Tamil Nadu
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
Nagaland
Jammu and Kashmir
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