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Title: Performance Review Committee (PRC) meeting


1
Performance Review Committee (PRC) meeting
  • 5-6 June, 2014
  • (MGNREGA Division)

2
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.) 10.01 11.25 11.98 12.50 12.79 13.13
Employment provided to households (in Cr.) 4.51 5.26 5.49 5.06 4.98 4.76
Employment provided to Individuals (in Cr.) 8.20 8.00 7.35
Persondays (in Cr.)
Total 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 58.74 21 53.62 21 40.92 19 40.75 18 37.22 17
Women 103.57 48 136.40 48 122.74 48 105.27 48 117.93 51 115.15 53
Others  97.95  45 138.40 49 124.78 48 129.38 59 138.14 60 131.18 60
Persondays per HH 48 days 54 days 47 days 43 days 46 days 46 days
3
MGNREGA Financial Achievements at a glance
  FY 06-07 FY 07-08 FY 08-09 FY 09-10 FY 10-11 FY 11-12 FY 12-13 FY 13-14 TOTAL
Budget Outlay (In Rs Crore) 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
4
MGNREGA Outcome Persondays Generated (in Cr)
MGNREGA Outcome
Persondays generated (in Cr)
10
5
MGNREGA Outcome Average Persondays per HH
MGNREGA Outcome
Persondays generated (in Cr)
10
6
MGNREGA Outcome
Women Persondays (age of total persondays)
60
54
51
50
48
48 48
48
40 43
40
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
7
MGNREGA Outcome Average wage per personday (in
Rs.)
MGNREGA Outcome
Persondays generated (in Cr)
Increased general wage levels in rural areas.
Enhanced welfare effects to the poor.
10
8
MGNREGA Outcome Average wage income per HH (in
Rs.)
MGNREGA Outcome
Persondays generated (in Cr)
10
9
Category-wise works taken-up
FY 2013-14
10
works Category-wise expenditure (Rs. In Cr)
FY 2013-14
11
MGNREGA Performance
  • FY 2013-14

12
Group-I LB Vs Achievement of FY 13-14
(Persondays)
13
Group-I LB Vs Achievement of FY 13-14
(Persondays)
14
Group-II LB Vs Achievement of FY 13-14
(Persondays)
15
Group-II LB Vs Achievement of FY 13-14
(Persondays)
16
Group-I Women participation rate in FY 13-14 (in
PDs generation)
17
Group-II Women participation rate in FY 13-14
(in PDs generation)
18
Group-I SC/ST Participation against registered
(FY 13-14)
S.No State HHs issued jobcards (In Lakh) HHs issued jobcards (In Lakh) HHs issued jobcards (In Lakh) HHs Provided Employment (In Lakh) HHs Provided Employment (In Lakh) HHs Provided Employment (In Lakh) of HHs Provided Employment of HHs Provided Employment of HHs Provided Employment
S.No State SCs STs Total SC ST SCs STs Total SC ST SCs STs Total SC ST
1 NAGALAND 0.04 3.89 3.92 0.04 3.82 3.86 100 98 98
2 ARUNACHAL Pd. 0.00 1.72 1.72 0.00 1.30 1.30 100 76 76
3 MEGHALAYA 0.04 4.40 4.44 0.03 3.29 3.32 80 75 75
4 SIKKIM 0.04 0.32 0.37 0.03 0.24 0.27 64 74 73
5 CHHATTISGARH 4.40 14.30 18.70 2.43 9.18 11.60 55 64 62
6 WEST BENGAL 32.71 9.06 41.77 19.18 5.59 24.77 59 62 59
7 HP 3.20 0.71 3.91 1.53 0.37 1.91 48 52 49
8 RAJASTHAN 18.05 17.37 35.42 7.21 8.56 15.77 40 49 45
9 AP 36.01 16.78 52.79 14.79 7.58 22.37 41 45 42
10 UTTARAKHAND 2.19 0.38 2.57 0.71 0.11 0.81 32 28 32
11 ODISHA 12.06 18.12 30.18 2.93 6.34 9.27 24 35 31
12 KARNATAKA 9.59 4.68 14.27 2.35 1.09 3.44 25 23 24
13 MAHARASHTRA 7.23 10.03 17.26 1.06 2.22 3.29 15 22 19
14 GOA 0.01 0.09 0.10 0.00 0.02 0.02 14 19 19
15 BIHAR 34.17 2.23 36.41 5.74 0.43 6.16 17 19 17
  National 279.01 178.08 457.10 109.40 77.50 186.90 39 44 41
19
Group-II SC/ST Participation against registered
(FY 13-14)
S.No State HHs issued jobcards (In Lakh) HHs issued jobcards (In Lakh) HHs issued jobcards (In Lakh) HHs Provided Employment (In Lakh) HHs Provided Employment (In Lakh) HHs Provided Employment (In Lakh) of HHs Provided Employment of HHs Provided Employment of HHs Provided Employment
S.No State SCs STs Total SC ST SCs STs Total SC ST SCs STs Total SC ST
1 MANIPUR 0.10 2.35 2.45 0.08 2.29 2.38 83 97 97
2 TRIPURA 1.18 2.53 3.70 1.09 2.40 3.49 93 95 94
3 MIZORAM 0.00 2.22 2.22 0.00 1.77 1.77 0 79 79
4 TAMIL NADU 26.88 1.52 28.40 18.26 0.88 19.14 68 58 67
5 KERALA 3.37 0.63 3.99 2.11 0.38 2.48 63 60 62
6 J K 0.81 1.67 2.48 0.42 0.97 1.39 52 58 56
7 PUNJAB 7.99 0.00 7.99 3.19 0.00 3.19 40 50 40
8 UP 47.13 1.55 48.68 16.60 0.49 17.09 35 32 35
9 ASSAM 2.52 6.71 9.23 0.78 2.26 3.03 31 34 33
10 MP 17.02 26.67 43.69 5.37 8.84 14.21 32 33 33
11 JHARKHAND 5.21 15.02 20.24 1.40 4.53 5.93 27 30 29
12 GUJARAT 2.97 12.96 15.94 0.41 2.54 2.95 14 20 18
13 HARYANA 3.91 0.00 3.91 1.56 0.00 1.56 40 0 0
  National 279.01 178.08 457.10 109.40 77.50 186.90 39 44 41
20
Group-I Average Persondays per HH (FY 13-14)
21
Group-II Average Persondays per HH (FY 13-14)
22
Unmet demand as age of total demand (FY 13-14)
23
Group-I Work Completion Rate since inception
till FY 13-14
State No. of Works started No. of Works started whose estimated completion date is over Out of Coln(3) No. of Work Completed Work Completion Rate
1 2 3 4 5
UTTARAKHAND 165520 163330 138811 85
HIMACHAL PRADESH 282062 276807 215471 78
CHHATTISGARH 643206 609828 460274 75
NAGALAND 41912 41593 30505 73
WEST BENGAL 1368332 1318642 963723 73
ANDHRA PRADESH 5775526 5732190 3977005 69
SIKKIM 10296 10124 6925 68
ODISHA 537184 521075 339174 65
RAJASTHAN 843221 823061 524579 64
MEGHALAYA 48456 47544 29517 62
KARNATAKA 1679045 1619746 928021 57
GOA 2305 2257 1274 56
BIHAR 884215 748911 400970 54
MAHARASHTRA 597224 531432 229465 43
ARUNACHAL PRADESH 5775 5619 398 7
National Total 21483914 20735128 14380398 69
24
Group-II Work Completion Rate since inception
till FY 13-14
State No. of Works started No. of Works started whose estimated completion date is over Out of Coln(3) No. of Work Completed Work Completion Rate
1 2 3 4 5
TRIPURA 425301 421624 389894 92
HARYANA 71904 69346 57147 82
KERALA 564883 523726 418564 80
GUJARAT 357443 349941 277797 79
JHARKHAND 505917 496041 372067 75
PUNJAB 55146 53245 39669 75
MADHYA PRADESH 2163631 1989112 1480621 74
UTTAR PRADESH 3510221 3457975 2551070 74
MIZORAM 25557 24825 17690 71
TAMIL NADU 459295 447534 300261 67
ASSAM 151083 146540 88233 60
MANIPUR 27872 27229 13881 51
JAMMU AND KASHMIR 276680 271791 125331 46
National Total 21483914 20735128 14380398 69
25
Items for discussion/consultation
  1. Discussion Paper on (1) Quality of asset (2)
    reducing Delay in payments and (3) preparation of
    District Plan.
  2. Implementation of 150 days for FRA beneficiaries.
  3. Demand Registration Alternate provisions (IVRS,
    CSO, Kiosk, website)
  4. Relative performance report ranking
    States/Districts/GPs based on performance.
  5. Fund flow mechanism.

26
Discussion Point
  • Universalization of e-FMS Letter 13th May, 14
  • 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

27
Items for discussion/consultation
28
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
  • Creation of durable and quality assets through
    convergence with other Schemes
  • Capacity Building of RD and Panchayat Raj
    functionaries
  • Community monitoring of works
  • State Quality Monitors
  • Completion of works
  • Maintenance of Assets
  • Monitoring of the Assets
  • Impact and Quality Evaluation

29
Group I Status of State Convergence Plan (SCP)
SCP submitted and approved by MoRD SCP submitted, observation sent/being examined Not submitted SCP Not conducted convergence workshop
Sikkim Bihar Meghalaya Arunachal Pd.
Chhattisgarh Rajasthan Nagaland
HP West Bengal Goa
Karnataka Uttarakhand
Maharashtra
Andhra Pradesh
Odisha
30
Group II Status of State Convergence Plan (SCP)
SCP submitted and Approved by MoRD SCP submitted, observation sent/being examined Not submitted SCP Not conducted convergence workshop
Tamil Nadu Assam Punjab Gujarat
Tripura Haryana Manipur Uttar Pradesh
Mizoram Kerala AN J K
MP Jharkhand Lakshadweep
Puducherry
31
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, AN 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 JK in the process of finalising the
    date.

32
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
  • 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.
  • Poor network coverage of banks and post offices.
  • Measures to address delay in wage payment
  • Cash Payments Identify 800-1000 blocks on
    criteria of low or nil internet connectivity and
    non-existence of banks/Post Offices for cash
    payment.
  • Trained Mates for measurement of work
  • 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.
  • Monthly review by SRD Monthly review on the
    delays in wage payments.

33
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.

34
Group-I Delayed Payment Compensation (FY 13-14)
State Payable PDs Payable Amount In Lakh Rs. Approved (In Delay Days) Rejected (In Delay Days) Compensation Paid In Lakh Rs.
1 2 3 4 5 6
ANDHRA PRADESH 0 0 0 0 0
ARUNACHAL PRADESH 2126571 112.08 0 0 0
BIHAR 39910110 1665.55 0 0 0
CHHATTISGARH 50574948 1153.84 632873 1951859 0
GOA 55099 0.66 0 0 0
HIMACHAL PRADESH 12856652 241.97 0 0 0
KARNATAKA 47428555 1408.59 0 0 0
MAHARASHTRA 34501962 961.57 23068352 66 14.31
MEGHALAYA 7367625 474.16 0 0 0
NAGALAND 8405636 394.51 0 0 0
ODISHA 34164649 580.17 0 0 0
RAJASTHAN 151274624 2515.82 0 0 0
SIKKIM 1047795 42.18 0 0 0
UTTARAKHAND 7378053 364.33 0 0 0
WEST BENGAL 148548163 4884.97 0 0 0
National 865518226 21463.49 25931446 2250437 14.31
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Group-II Delayed Payment Compensation (FY 13-14)
State Payable PDs Payable Amount In Lakh Rs. Approved (In Delay Days) Rejected (In Delay Days) Compensation Paid In Lakh Rs.
1 2 3 4 5 6
ASSAM 3598032 133.60 0 0 0
GUJARAT 14041858 280.83 0 0 0
HARYANA 3722342 105.87 0 0 0
JAMMU AND KASHMIR 15789471 705.62 0 0 0
JHARKHAND 2110414 23.55 0 0 0
KERALA 67257553 2149.17 0 0 0
MADHYA PRADESH 75845243 1096.64 47 0 0
MANIPUR 2690649 111.39 0 0 0
MIZORAM 880 0.01 0 0 0
PUNJAB 10233218 309.95 0 0 0
TAMIL NADU 80859208 785.29 2230174 298512 0
TRIPURA 2626192 34.41 0 0 0
UTTAR PRADESH 40663565 920.66 0 0 0
National 865518226 21463.49 25931446 2250437 14.31
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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
  • 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

37
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
  • IVRS System (Telephone / Mobile)
  • Call Centre / Helpline
  • Internet using any of the following mechanism
    enabled under MGNREGA MIS
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

38
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
  • 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-
  • 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

39
Status of e-FMS implementation
S.No. State Total Blocks Blocks where e-FMS started (as on 30/01/14) Blocks where eFMS started (as on 28/5/14) New Blocks added since 30/01/14 under eFMS age of Blocks where eFMS started
1 HARYANA 125 105 125 20 100
2 KERALA 152 152 152 0 100
3 KARNATAKA 176 176 176 0 100
4 TAMIL NADU 385 212 385 173 100
5 MP 313 313 313 0 100
6 ODISHA 314 313 314 1 100
7 AP 1098 1098 1098 0 100
8 RAJASTHAN 249 242 248 6 100
9 GUJARAT 223 213 222 9 100
10 JHARKHAND 260 89 258 169 99
11 UTTAR PRADESH 823 324 814 490 99
12 MAHARASHTRA 354 306 348 42 98
13 PUNJAB 151 142 146 4 97
14 CHHATTISGARH 146 113 139 26 95
15 HP 78 51 72 21 92
16 ASSAM 238 20 180 160 76
17 PUDUCHERRY 4 3 3 0 75
18 TRIPURA 58 21 27 6 47
19 WEST BENGAL 341 17 50 33 15
20 UTTARAKHAND 95 6 6 0 6
21 BIHAR 534   8 8 1
  National Total 6611 3916 5085 1168 77
40
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 Number of Blocks Action plan
Blocks having Broadband 4,322 65 Continue in implementation level and implement all modules
No broadband, but there are CSCs with broadband 1, 906 29 Allow data entry through CSCs and bring them under the eFMS from August 2014.
No broadband, no CSC 261 4 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.
Not participated in survey 112 2 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.
 Total Blocks 6,601 100  
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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
  • Details / status of connectivity in non eFMS
    blocks
  • 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 ANB
  • Remaining States may send the information by 10th
    June, 2014

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Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) under MGNREGA
  • All States to implement e-FMS and/or make a
    transition from NEFT/RTGS e-payments 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 by PO/MoRD (AUA/ASA Authentication agency)
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
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Group-I A/c information Freezing of Active
Workers
S.No States Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs) Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs) Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs) Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs) Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs) Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs) Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs) Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs)
S.No States Total Total Total Total age Frozen age Frozen age Frozen age Frozen
S.No States Bank Bank Post Office Total Bank Bank Post Office Total
S.No States Commercial and RRB's Cooperative and others Post Office Total Commercial and RRB's Cooperative and others Post Office Total
1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 KARNATAKA 58.19 0.01 1.42 59.62 95 0 0 93
2 ANDHRA PRADESH 35.21 0.00 68.02 103.23 75   99 91
3 HIMACHAL PRADESH 3.70 3.36 0.33 7.39 92 91 47 90
4 RAJASTHAN 11.39 30.28 25.29 66.97 92 82 95 89
5 CHHATTISGARH 19.05 3.60 34.38 57.03 90 64 89 87
6 GOA 0.07 0.02 0.00 0.09 83 82   83
7 UTTARAKHAND 3.22 1.01 1.54 5.77 91 46 75 79
8 ODISHA 25.19 0.30 10.49 35.98 87 0 40 73
9 BIHAR 10.54 0.26 22.31 33.10 79 5 43 54
10 WEST BENGAL 47.31 5.99 51.41 104.71 75 15 32 51
11 MAHARASHTRA 13.71 3.99 15.65 33.35 70 43 31 48
12 SIKKIM 0.30 0.32 0.29 0.91 78 33 7 40
13 MEGHALAYA 0.29 0.04 0.44 0.77 14 1 6 9
14 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 0.35 0.20 0.22 0.77 13 0 0 6
15 NAGALAND 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0 0 0 0
  National Total 498.72 65.87 294.61 859.21 83 62 68 76
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Group-II Status of Account information Freezing
of Active Workers
S.No States Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs) Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs) Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs) Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs) Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs) Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs) Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs) Active worker with Account Information (In Lakhs)
S.No States Total Total Total Total age Frozen age Frozen age Frozen age Frozen
S.No States Bank Bank Post Office Total Bank Bank Post Office Total
S.No States Commercial and RRB's Cooperative and others Post Office Total Commercial and RRB's Cooperative and others Post Office Total
1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
16 TAMIL NADU 78.66 0.01 0.00 78.67 92 0 8 92
17 KERALA 16.40 1.43 1.35 19.18 96 6 90 89
18 PUNJAB 5.23 0.21 0.39 5.83 92 51 45 88
19 MADHYA PRADESH 54.04 7.27 18.54 79.85 90 67 84 87
20 HARYANA 5.17 1.32 0.33 6.82 94 46 77 84
21 JHARKHAND 4.40 0.43 19.77 24.60 90 20 78 79
22 UTTAR PRADESH 69.18 0.96 2.17 72.31 74 36 1 71
23 GUJARAT 6.93 0.13 8.97 16.03 90 54 56 70
24 ASSAM 11.11 0.34 7.91 19.36 69 44 42 57
25 TRIPURA 7.45 3.03 1.38 11.86 32 29 0 28
26 JAMMU AND KASHMIR 9.69 1.27 0.19 11.14 16 0 0 14
27 MANIPUR 1.27 0.09 0.89 2.26 10 0 0 5
28 MIZORAM 0.11 0.02 0.90 1.03 0 0 0 0
  National Total 498.72 65.87 294.61 859.21 83 62 68 76
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Group-I Status of Aadhaar seeding
S.No. States Registered Workers Registered Workers Active Workers Active Workers Active Workers
S.No. States Total With Aadhaar No. Total With Aadhaar No. With Aadhaar No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 HIMACHAL PRADESH 2312049 1028547 861865 596676 69
2 SIKKIM 173454 74285 94949 59130 62
3 ANDHRA PRADESH 35544867 7973086 12927912 6980388 54
4 GOA 44236 4099 8621 1955 23
5 MAHARASHTRA 18811668 980559 4059010 530078 13
6 RAJASTHAN 25160923 904045 7095690 579824 8
7 KARNATAKA 17504695 872542 6035303 441702 7
8 CHHATTISGARH 14115257 55429 6289293 45426 1
9 UTTARAKHAND 1890504 3246 671222 1879 0
10 WEST BENGAL 25932553 23734 11918248 19346 0
11 ODISHA 17313379 6661 3784644 3972 0
12 BIHAR 19887124 38 4027878 7 0
13 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 441329 0 169546 0 0
14 MEGHALAYA 1053189 0 582883 0 0
15 NAGALAND 697105 0 463263 0 0
  National Total 289231345 18902526 102135184 14124180 14
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Group-II Status of Aadhaar seeding
S.No. States Registered Workers Registered Workers Active Workers Active Workers Active Workers
S.No. States Total With Aadhaar No. Total With Aadhaar No. With Aadhaar No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
16 KERALA 4509252 2253043 1986027 1491843 75
17 PUNJAB 1872218 464655 623707 276521 44
18 JHARKHAND 8438452 1974426 2849865 1107113 39
19 TRIPURA 1417756 463124 1205301 442157 37
20 HARYANA 1692483 197766 720734 136612 19
21 TAMIL NADU 15229320 1068137 11503340 1038224 9
22 MADHYA PRADESH 34095314 428894 9718891 274151 3
23 GUJARAT 8919370 35804 1743203 24392 1
24 MANIPUR 1080511 2998 585531 2434 0
25 UTTAR PRADESH 22009313 31325 8358174 25254 0
26 JAMMU AND KASHMIR 2137389 1 1343930 1 0
27 ASSAM 6165719 21 2210981 0 0
28 MIZORAM 514911 0 219045 0 0
  National Total 289231345 18902526 102135184 14124180 14
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S No. State No. of Aadhars sent to PO for verification PO Verification Status PO Verification Status
S No. State No. of Aadhars sent to PO for verification Verified Rejected
1 ASSAM 21 0 0
2 BIHAR 38 0 0
3 CHHATTISGARH 42375 0 0
4 GOA 2579 0 0
5 GUJARAT 31174 0 0
6 HARYANA 107306 0 4
7 HIMACHAL PRADESH 535755 0 23
8 JHARKHAND 1231975 0 45
9 KERALA 1780143 0 43
10 MADHYA PRADESH 363501 0 157
11 MAHARASHTRA 655538 0 2
12 MANIPUR 2809 0 0
13 ODISHA 3713 0 0
14 PUNJAB 183729 0 12
15 RAJASTHAN 667136 0 0
16 SIKKIM 40983 0 1
17 TAMIL NADU 969681 0 0
18 TRIPURA 248024 0 6
19 UTTAR PRADESH 19937 0 0
20 UTTARAKHAND 2055 0 0
21 WEST BENGAL 11561 0 0
22 PUDUCHERRY 50729 0 2
  Total 6950763 0 295
  • 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.

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Provision Of Mobile Interface
S.No States Amount Released 1st Instalment (In Rs lakh) Total number of Tablets
1 Bihar 32.05 641
2 Andhra Pradesh 181.61 3632
3 Maharastra 88.72 1774
4 Himachal Pradesh 28.34 567
5 Madhya Pradesh 53.78 1076
6 Rajasthan 12.15 243
7 Sikkim 8.80 176
8 Jharkhand 66.10 1322
9 Chhattisgarh 28.45 569
  TOTAL 500.00 10000
State are requested to share the status of the
procurement process and methodology adopted
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Calendar for Meeting with State Nodal Officers
Meeting at MORD Video Conferencing
State Nodal Officers for Convergence 30th June 2014 30th July 2014
State Nodal Officers for Convergence 27th August2014 26th September 2014
State Nodal Officer for IEC 1st July 2014 30th July 2014
State Nodal Officer for IEC 28th August 2014 26th September2014
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Group-I DRTs and BRTs
States that have conducted training for DRTs States that have conducted training for BRTs
1. Chhattisgarh 2. Goa 3. Rajasthan 4. Sikkim 5. Nagaland 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.

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Group-II DRTs and BRTs
States that have conducted training for DRTs States that have conducted training for BRTs
Gujarat Jammu Kashmir Kerala Jharkhand 1. Jammu Kashmir
  • 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)

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DRTs and BRTs
States that have not conducted training for DRTs States that have not conducted training for BRTs
Assam Madhya Pradesh Mizoram Punjab Tripura Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh Assam Gujarat Haryana Jharkhand Kerala Madhya Pradesh Mizoram Manipur Punjab Tripura Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh
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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

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IEC Activities
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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

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Approved IEC Plans (as on 27th May 2014)
  • Tripura
  • Manipur
  • West Bengal
  • Chhattisgarh
  • Sikkim
  • Odisha
  • Approved plans are available on the website of
    MGNREGA

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States those submitted IEC plans integrating
Rozgar Divas. These are being examined by the
MoRD
  1. MP
  2. Mizoram
  3. ANB
  4. Rajasthan
  5. Andhra Pradesh
  6. UP
  7. Assam
  8. Maharashtra
  9. Bihar
  10. Punjab
  1. Gujarat
  2. Himachal Pradesh
  3. Lakshadweep
  4. Karnataka
  5. Meghalaya
  6. Tamil Nadu
  7. MP
  8. Jharkhand
  9. Uttrakhand

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STATUS OF SUBMISSION OF IEC PLAN
  • NOT SUBMITTED ANY IEC PLAN
  • Goa
  • Aru. Pradesh
  • Nagaland
  • States those have not submitted the IEC plans
    integrating Rozgar Divas and the inputs given
    by the Ministry
  • JK
  • Kerala
  • Haryana

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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

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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

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APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGIES IN CONSTRUCTION OF
BUILDINGS UNDER MGNREGA IAY OBJECTIVES ROAD
MAP
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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)

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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

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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.)

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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)

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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

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Group-I Unemployment Allowances due (FY 13-14)
State Payable Days Payable Amount (In Lakhs) Approved (In Days) Rejected (In 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 AP Approved- Rs. 1.61 Lakh, Rejected- Rs. 60810.91 Lakh AP Approved- Rs. 1.61 Lakh, Rejected- Rs. 60810.91 Lakh AP Approved- Rs. 1.61 Lakh, Rejected- Rs. 60810.91 Lakh
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Group-II Unemployment Allowances due (FY 13-14)
State Payable Days Payable Amount (In Lakhs) Approved (In Days) Rejected (In 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 AP Approved- Rs. 1.61 Lakh, Rejected- Rs. 60810.91 Lakh AP Approved- Rs. 1.61 Lakh, Rejected- Rs. 60810.91 Lakh AP Approved- Rs. 1.61 Lakh, Rejected- Rs. 60810.91 Lakh
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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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