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Title: Eleventh Five Year Plan


1
Total Unity for Livelihood, Innovation
Production
The TULIP Campaign
2
Lab-to-Land Initiative
  • Ministry of Rural Development
  • Government of India
  • NIRD Workshop
  • 28th-29th October, 2010

3
Mission
  • India has a vast array of welfare and
    development programmes to improve the quality of
    life of the people. There is, nevertheless,
    persistence of poverty and unemployment.
    Besides, the global development gap remains wide.
    Our endeavour is to build a cohesive Knowledge
    Innovation Community comprising policy makers,
    implementers, academia, financial institutions,
    experts, NGOs and international bodies, build
    collaborations, overcome the challenges and
    bridge the global development gap.

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Strategic planning to achieve the MISSION
Re-design the aircraft while flying"
Small window of opportunity
External opportunities and challenges Internal
hurdles
Redesign the aircraft
Change trajectory
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Re-design the aircraft while flying
Action - Plans - Resources
Involvement - Implementation -
Enablers/Disablers
External opportunities and challenges Internal
hurdles
Learning - Broadening horizons - Building
capabilities
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The power of alignment
vs.
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Four components of strategy
  • 4. Plan implementation
  • Implementation plans
  • Resources
  • Measures of success
  • 3. Develop the strategy
  • Initiatives
  • Internal actions
  • Stakeholders
  • Learning
  • Priorities

External opportunities and challenges Internal
hurdles
  • 2. Assess the situation
  • External forces
  • Internal strengths
  • Stakeholders
  • Knowledge and skills

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Strategy making head in clouds, feet on ground
"Fulfilling the purpose of our existence"
Aspirations
Creative (emotional) energy passion
Creative tension in strategy making
Painful discrepancy
Rational - fact based assessment
Current reality
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Four components of strategy
1. Define the aspiration
What is our Purpose?
1A
GAP Creative Tension
Where we aspire to be?
1B
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GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT GAP
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India World
Development Gap is conspicuous.
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Percentage of Active Population Engaged in
Agriculture and Industrial Origin of GDP in 2005
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Large skill gap for shifting people to
non-agriculture vocations need to be bridged
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Productivity per Worker (US ) in Agriculture
There is a massive gap in rural development
between India and others which calls for a drive
for faster growth.
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Source WDR 2010
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GDP (PPP) in current US billion
Source IMF
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Internal Challenges
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Projection by National Commission on Population
2011 to 2026
Huge numbers of youth will be joining the
workforce that may swell the pool of unemployed.
Figures in crores
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Rural-Urban Divide
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Occupational Structure undergoes a major shift
with urbanization
No of Workers in crores
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Imbalance in Distribution Despite engaging 96
of the workers, unorganized sectors share in GDP
is only 58
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SDP vs. Population of States More populous
states do not have more income, but have faster
growing population.
SDP Rs in crores, 2006-07
Maharashtra
AP
TN
Guj
WB
UP
Kar
Haryana
Ker
Raj
Punj
MP
Ch
Ori
Bihar
Assam
Jha
Population in 000
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Imbalances in Development
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Regionwise spread of Industries in Maharashtra
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A large part of work force is trapped in low
income farm activities
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Quality of Human Resources Educational level
Total 858.2 million (Age 7 years above)
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Health Status of Population
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No. of Landless Agricultural Labourers
The numbers of assetless poor is rising
inexorably.
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Limited Irrigation forces people out of farm job
  • Although 44.3 of gross cropped area is
    irrigated, not more than 25 of cultivable land
    can be used to grow two or more crops during the
    year. This means that 75 of land remains
    uncultivated for 3 to 4 months resulting in
    seasonal unemployment in agriculture.

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High Growing Poverty
Dandekar Rath Urban poor are only an overflow
of rural poor into the urban area. Fundamentally,
they belong to the same class as the rural poor.
Figures in million
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Backlog of unemployment during the First Plan was
5.6 million. This grew to 35 million in Eleventh
Plan. With labour force growing faster than
employment, unemployment has expanded
  • Rate of Growth
  • (1999-2005)
  • Unemployment
  • (CDS basis)

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Employment Scenario 11th Plan
  • Total job requirements during 11th Plan is 100
    million.
  • Planners aim to provide 65 million additional
    employment opportunities.
  • This requires non-agriculture employment to grow
    by 5.8 p.a.
  • Annual Employment Growth 1999-2005 in

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A near doubling of growth in agriculture is
necessary to ensure inclusive and faster growth
CAGR
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Industrial Structure
Considering that workforce is huge (over 450
million), many more factories are required to be
set up to create industrial employment and
achieve self reliance.
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Although there are more factories in
non-corporate sector, capital is concentrated in
corporate sector which is highly capital
intensive.
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Industrial Growth Investment in industrial
sector has soared. However, growth in employment
is not commensurate.
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Figures in million hectares, 1999-2000 Total
Area 329 million ha
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Tree cover has rapidly declined with
deforestation resulting in soil erosion, heavy
siltation of dams and rivers, greater frequency
and intensity of floods, and changes in climatic
conditions. It has added to the suffering of the
women, children, landless, marginal and small
farmers by causing a crisis of water, fuelwood
and fodder. With shortage of fuelwood, precious
organic manure is lost as people are forced to
use cowdung as their main source of fuel.
Tree cover of total geographical area of the
country
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Land Degradation Soil Erosion
Figures in million hectares
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India is one of the wettest countries in the
world, but it is not able to hold all the water
it receives. A large part of the monsoon water
disappears into the sea as surface run off.
  • Total precipitation 400 mhm
  • Water use 80 mhm
  • Even the maximum use of water supply of 105
    million ha meters by 2025 will be inadequate to
    meet the water demand of the country.

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Wells and Tubewells are the dominant sources of
irrigationArea in million hectares
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Vast scope for Land Development by converting
fallows
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Statewise Electricity Consumption 2003-04, giga
watt hrs
Electricity consumption across states varies
widely reflecting the regional imbalance in
infrastructure development.
49
Mitigating Climate Change by Meeting Energy
Demand through Renewable Energy Sources
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Rs crore Total Credit 27,58,069 crores
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Statewise Distribution Bank Deposit Credit,
June 2009
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Central State Government Expenditure 2007-08
Total Rs. 9,67,881 crore
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Scientific Technical Human Resources
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Meeting the Challenges with a new Vision for
Change
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VISION
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FROM VISION TO REALITY
Achieving Goals
Executing Doing Checking
Setting Standards Commitment
Involving Stakeholders
Generating Ideas
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Stakeholders Involvement From Ministry to
Beneficiaries
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Gaining Commitment for Change Change is unlikely
to be implemented successfully with sustained
outcomes without sufficient commitment from the
people impacted. The Commitment Curve is a tool
to assess levels of commitment amongst people
impacted and develop sufficient support to
achieve successful implementation. It can be used
with individuals or groups of people. It suggests
that commitment develops in several stages over
time through exposure and involvement Awareness
understanding - as people become aware of the
change they want to know more and understand what
it means for them personally Engagement is the
stage where people see the benefits and want to
get involved in making it happen Commitment
comes with that involvement and adoption of the
change.  
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Stakeholders Management Energy vs. Commitment
matrix
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  • Agriculture, including agriculture extension
  • Land improvement, implementation of land reforms,
    land consolidation and soil conservation.
  • Minor irrigation, water management and watershed
    development
  • Animal husbandry, dairying and poultry.
  • Fisheries.
  • Social forestry and farm forestry
  • Minor forest produce
  • Small scale industries, including food processing
    industries.
  • 9. Khadi, village and cottage industries.
  • Rural housing.
  • Drinking water.
  • Fuel and fodder
  • Roads, culverts, bridges, ferries, waterways and
    other means of communication.
  • Rural electrification, including distribution of
    electricity.
  • Non-conventional energy sources.
  • Poverty alleviation programmes.
  • Education, including primary and secondary
    school.
  • Technical training and vocational training

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  • Adult non-formal education
  • Libraries.
  • Cultural activities.
  • Markets and fairs.
  • Health and sanitation, including hospitals,
    primary health centres and dispensaries.
  • Family welfare.
  • Women and child development.
  • Social welfare, including welfare of the
    handicapped and mentally retarded.
  • Welfare of the weaker sections, and in
    particular, of the Scheduled Caste and the
    Scheduled tribes.
  • Public distribution system.
  • Maintenance of community assets.

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Eleventh Plan Targets
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Eleventh Plan Targets
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Eleventh Plan Targets
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Citizens Charter
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Grievance Redress Process
  • Name/Type of Office
  • Contact details
  • Name
  • Designation
  • Contact No
  • Postal Address
  • Email address
  • Grievance registration process through
    helplines, CPGRAMS or State level Online System
  • Timeline for response acknowledgment (3 working
    days) and redress (7 working days)

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Bharat Nirman Volunteers Developing local
manpower for rural development
Bharat Nirman Volunteers educated young persons
who have desire to engage in rural development
voluntarily.
Rural Households Target for delivery of
services under the rural development programmes
Request for delivery of information
programme services
Choking of service channel
Transmission of service requests from households
and delivery of services
Government Provider of services under rural
development programmes
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As the number of phone subscribers is increasing,
so is their inclination towards mobile banking.
Now with the RBI granting permission for the
transfer of funds across mobile-phone service
providers, few banks will be introducing their
mobile banking applications. SBI, UBI and Bol, 3
public sector banks will very soon come up with
mobile banking solutions. State Bank claims its
in the final stage and will roll out M-Banking in
late July. Bank of India and Union Bank of India
will be unveiling their services by June end. SBI
is said to have partnered with many service
providers. It has already partnered with Spanco
Systems which is a technology service
provider.RBI has some guidelines to be followed
while mobile banking. Some of them are that the
customer with any mobile network should be in a
position to request the service. It enable fund
transfers from account in one bank to some other
account which is in the same or any other bank on
a real time basis irrespective of the mobile
network. This new M-banking will make life
simpler and eliminate your need to visit the
banks. Thus saves time.
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MOBILE BANKING SERVICESState Bank FreedoM Your
Mobile Your Bank Away from home, bills can be
paid or money sent to the loved ones or balance
enquiries done anytime 24x7!!! That is what State
Bank FreedoM offers -convenience, simple, secure,
anytime and anywhere banking. Mobile Banking
Service over Application/ Wireless Application
Protocol (WAP) The service is available on java
enabled mobile phones over SMS/ GPRS where the
user is required to download the application on
to the mobile handset. The service can also be
availed via WAP on both java and non java phones
with GPRS connection.
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Performance Evaluation Format for Knowledge
Innovation Awards
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Please Remember
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SELECTED DISTRICTS/BLOCKS
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SELECTED DISTRICTS/BLOCKS
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SELECTED DISTRICTS/BLOCKS
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  • IAY
  • PMGSY
  • MGNREGA
  • TSC
  • IWMP
  • NSAP
  • NRDWM
  • ICDS, KSY, NPAG, SABLA, ICPS, Dhanlakshmi, STEP
  • NRHM, RKS JSY, NACP, AYUSH
  • AIBP, RRR
  • SSA, RMSA, MDM, KGBV, MODEL Schools, Girls
    Hostels
  • AABY, RSBY
  • RGGVY
  • PMEGP
  • NEGP,CSC, VPT, USO/F
  • PDS, AAY
  • KCC, RBPD, NPCBB, NHM, RKVY, NFSM,NBM
  • RIDF, IREDA, NPBD
  • BRGF, PSSS
  • UIDAI, NPBD

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  • NPAG Nutrition Programme for Adolescent Girls.
  • SABLA Scheme for Empowerment of Adolescent
    Girls.
  • ICPS Integrated Child Protection Scheme.
  • STEP Support to Training Employment Programme
    for Women.
  • NRHM National Rural Health Mission.
  • RKS Rogi Kalyan Samity
  • JSY Janani Suraksha Yojana.
  • NACP National Aids Control Programme.
  • IAY - Indira Awas Yojana.
  • PMGSY - Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana.
  • MGNREGA - Mahatma Gandhi National Rural
    Employment Guarantee Act.
  • TSC - Total Sanitation Campaign.
  • IWMP Integrated Wasteland Management Programme.
  • NSAP National Social Assistance Programme.
  • NRDWM National Rural Drinking Water Mission.
  • ICDS Integrated Child Development Services.
  • KSY Kishori Shakti Yojana

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  • RGGVY Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vidyutikaran Yojana.
  • PMEGP Prime Minister Employment Generation
    Programme
  • NEGP National E Governance Programme
  • CSC Common Services Centre
  • PDS Public Distribution System.
  • AAY Antyodaya Anna Yojana.
  • KCC - Kisan Credit Card
  • NPCBB - National Project for Cattle and Buffalo
    Scheme.
  • RBPD Rural Backyard Poultry Development
  • NHM National Horticulture Mission.
  • AYUSH Ayurveda, Yoga Naturopathy, Unani,
    Sidha and Homoeopathy.
  • AIBP - Accelerated Irrigation Benefit
    Programme.
  • RRR Repair, Renovation and Restoration of
    Water Bodies.
  • SSA Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.
  • RMSA Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan.
  • MDM Mid Day Meal.
  • KGBV Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya.
  • AABY Aam Aadmi Bima Yojana.
  • RSBY Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana.

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  • RKVY Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana.
  • NFSM National Food Security Mission.
  • NBM National Bamboo Mission.
  • RIDF Rural Infrastructure Development Fund
  • BRGF Backward Region Grant Fund.
  • UIDAI Unique Identification Authority of India
  • LBS Lead Bank Scheme
  • PSSS Panchayat Sanchar Sewa Scheme
  • NPBD National project for Biogas Development
  • IREDA Indian Renewable Energy Development
    Agency
  • VPT Village Public Telephone
  • USO /F Universal Service Obligation/Fund

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Thank You
  • For any clarification and assistance, please
    contact
  • Niten Chandra
  • Joint Secretary
  • Ministry Of Rural Development
  • Cell 9958445904
  • Tel (off.) 011- 2285484
  • Email chandra.niten_at_gmail.com
  • niten.chandra_at_nic.in
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