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Title: Performance Review Committee (PRC) meeting


1
Performance Review Committee (PRC) meeting
  • 27th May, 2013
  • (MGNREGA Division)
  • Group I

2
Structure of Presentation
  • Part A
  • C AG Performance Audit Report 2013 (30 min)
  • Part B
  • Programme Overview (45 min)
  • Part C
  • - Focus Areas for 2013-14 (45 min)
  • Part D
  • State specific issues

3
Part A
4
Audit Scope Sample
  • Period Covered 2007-08 to 2011- 12
  • Sample Size
  • 28 States 4 Uts
  • 182 districts
  • 458 blocks
  • 3,848 GPs

5
CAG Issues with regard to Planning
  • 1. Documented Annual Plan not prepared or is
    incomplete in 31 of surveyed GPs and 100 of
    the surveyed GPs in
  • AP, Gujarat Goa
  • (GS meetings not held, No shelf of Projects,
    Projected employment missing etc.)
  • 2. Other Issues
  • -Lack of training
  • -District Perspective Plans not prepared
  • -Labour Budget not being prepared properly
  • -Door to door survey not conducted
  • -Works taken up were outside the Annual Plan
  • - GPs not assigned 50 of works

6
Shortage of GRS Technical Assistants
  • shortage against required posts for GRS
  • Assam (44), MP (72), Punjab (93),
    Uttarakhand (64)
  • 2. shortage against required post for TAs
  • Chhattisgarh (40), MP (49), Punjab (97)
  • 3. Other issues
  • -Inadequate training given to key
    functionaries
  • -Part time functionaries deployed in some
    states like Maharashtra
  • -SEGC not formed
  • -IEC budget un-utlized, IEC plans not
    formulated
  • -State rules not formulated

7
1. Irregular claim by Karnataka on
pending liabilities 2. Short delayed release
of State Share Assam (29.4 crore) 3.
Expenditure on inadmissible items AP (.14 cr)
Furniture, computers, etc. Assam (.45 cr)
rent, construction building repair Chgarh
(0.5 cr)-Furniture, mobile bills, etc. MP
(.22 cr)- printing pass books Punjab (.28
cr)- laptops, furniture, TV etc. 4. Diversion of
Funds Jh ( .76 cr )
Fund Management
8
Fund Management (contd.)
  • 4. Suspected/ confirmed misappropriation of funds
  • Assam (1.65 cr), Punjab(.65 cr)
  • Jharkhand (54.23 cr)- differences in closing
    opening balance, advances without entries, no
    vouchers, measurement books records found for Rs.
    30 cr
  • Note Out of the total diversion noted by CAG,
    almost 40 was for Jharkhand
  • 5. Other Issues -Non creation of SEGF
  • -Utilisation of interest income -Irregularitie
    s in management of administrative
    expenses -Monthly Squaring of Accounts not
    done -No format for maintaining accounts

9
Registration Job Cards
  • 1. Issue of multiple Job Cards (No. of
    duplicate JCs)
  • Jharkhand (15384 JCs)
  • 2. Photographs missing in JCs signatures/JCs not
    in custody of HH
  • Assam (1882 JCs), Jharkhand (936),
  • Uttarakhand (10766)
  • 3. Other Issues
  • -Door to door survey not done
  • -Non-updation/display of registration list
  • -Non-issue/delay in of Job Cards
  • -Employment Guarantee Day not observed

10
Employment Generation Wage Payment
  • 1. Non-payment of unemployment allowance (no.
    of workers)
  • Assam (37229), Chgarh (10041), Jh (206)
  • 2. Non-payment of wages (Rs. Lakh)
  • Punjab (118.3), Jharkhand (4.92), Goa (4),
    AP (1.2)
  • 3. Tampering of Muster Rolls (No. of MRs)
  • AP (93), Jh (321)
  • 4. Dated Receipts not being given
  • 5. Unemployment Allowance State liability

11
Employment Generation Wage Payment (contd.)
  • Ghost Workers (No. of ghost workers)
  • Assam (2016), Jh (61), Punjab (34)
  • Engagement of workers under different MRs for
    same period
  • AP (80), Assam (559), Chgarh (201), Jh
    (238), Punjab (7)
  • 6. Suspected misappropriation of wages (in Lakhs)
  • Punjab (.56)
  • 7. Other Issues
  • -Non-maintenance/poor maintenance of records
  • -Non-issue of Wage slips

12
Works
  • Incomplete Works
  • Kar (733897), Jh, (2949), Chgarh(30133),AP
    (188)
  • 2. Use of contractors and machinery (Expenditure
    in Rs. cr)
  • Chgarh (4.18), Assam (.21)
  • 3. Non-issue of completion reports (no. of works)
  • Punjab (2446)
  • 4. Execution of suspect/duplicate woks/doubtful
    payment (no. of works)
  • Assam (60), Jh (25), MP (21)
  • 5. Other Issues
  • -Wage material exceeded the prescribed
    level
  • -Works on personal land of Ineligible
    beneficiaries
  • -Creation of non-durable assets
  • -Poor executions of convergence activities
  • -Deficient Stock maintenance practices
  • -Lack of technical support at Gram
    Panchayat

13
Monitoring Evalution
  • 1. VMCs not constituted in any GP AP
  • 2. Social Audits ( done out of required)
  • AP (41), Jh (48), Punjab (91)
  • 3. Other Issues
  • -Ineffective monitoring through State Quality
    Monitors (SQM) and District Quality Monitors
    (DQM)
  • -Non appointment of Ombudsman in some
    district
  • -Discrepancies in MIS (e.g Assam Discrepancy
    in MIS for 2016 JCs. Amount of Rs. 20.59 lakh,
    MP Rs 265.21 lakh not uploaded in MIS for
    2011-12
  • -Inadequate training of functionaries
  • -Ambiguous users making data entry

14
States to furnish replies / ATR
  • PAC Scheduled on 29th May
  • Letters to States
  • Only Sikkim, Kerala have furnished replies.

15
Part B
16
OUTCOMES Average Persondays per HH
National Average FY 2011-12 43 Days FY
2012-13 46 Days
17
Percentage of HHs completed 100 days of
employment
18
Performance in drought Affected Blocks Average
Persondays per HH
19
Performance in drought Affected Blocks HHs
Provided employment of 100 More than 100 days
20
Women Participation rate in Persondays (FY
2012-13)
At least 1/3rd of the beneficiaries shall be
women who have registered requested for work
under the Scheme (MGNREGA ACT, Schedule II,
Section 6)
FY 2012-13 52
FY 2011-12 48
21
Women Participation rate (FY 2012-13)
State Registered Women (In Lakhs) Women provided employment (In Lakhs) of Women provided employment
TAMIL NADU 95.5 70.0 73.2
TRIPURA 7.1 5.1 71.7
KERALA 26.1 14.2 54.3
JAMMU KASHMIR 4.1 2.1 51.8
MANIPUR 5.0 2.2 43.5
ANDHRA PRADESH 138.3 57.7 41.7
SIKKIM 0.8 0.3 40.6
NAGALAND 3.0 1.2 38.8
MEGHALAYA 5.2 2.0 37.9
CHHATTISGARH 71.1 25.2 35.5
HARYANA 6.2 2.1 34.2
HIMACHAL PRADESH 10.6 3.6 34.2
WEST BENGAL 94.9 30.6 32.3
UTTAR PRADESH 44.3 13.6 30.7
RAJASTHAN 122.9 36.4 29.6
UTTARAKHAND 8.4 2.4 28.7
ASSAM 18.7 4.2 22.5
JHARKHAND 36.3 8.1 22.5
PUNJAB 6.5 1.4 21.2
MADHYA PRADESH 176.9 31.0 17.5
MIZORAM 2.6 0.4 17.4
KARNATAKA 99.3 17.1 17.2
ARUNACHAL PRADESH 2.0 0.3 16.9
MAHARASHTRA 85.2 13.9 16.4
BIHAR 61.2 8.6 14.1
GOA 0.3 0.0 14.1
ODISHA 79.5 10.5 13.3
GUJARAT 52.8 5.9 11.3
Total 1265.8 370.8 29.3
22
SC Participation rate (FY 2012-13)
Share of SCs in rural Population (census 2011)
18.5 SC participation rate under MGNREGA 22
23
ST Participation rate (FY 2012-13)
Share of STs in rural Population (census 2011)
11.3 ST participation rate under MGNREGA 17
24
SC HHs registered provided employment as
compare to SC HHs as per census 2011 (FY 2012-13)
State Total Rural HHs (Census 2011) SC Rural HHs (Census 2011) SC HHs registered under MGNREGA of SC HHs registered to SC rural HHs SC HHs provided Employment (FY 2012-13) SC HHs provided Employment to SC registered HHs (FY 12-13)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
ANDHRA PRADESH 142 27 28 102 15 52
ASSAM 54 4 2 66 1 31
CHHATTISGARH 44 6 5 82 3 56
GOA 1 0 0 34 0 21
JHARKHAND 47 6 5 92 2 31
KARNATAKA 79 16 9 58 2 24
MADHYA PRADESH 111 17 18 106 6 34
MAHARASHTRA 132 16 6 37 1 19
PUNJAB 34 13 7 55 2 28
UTTARAKHAND 14 3 2 72 1 35
India 1686 311 259 83 109 42
HHs figures in Lakhs
25
ST HHs registered provided employment as
compare to ST HHs as per census 2011 (FY 2012-13)
State Total Rural HHs (Census 2011) ST Rural HHs (Census 2011) ST HHs registered under MGNREGA of ST HHs registered to ST rural HHs ST HHs provided Employment (FY 2012-13) ST HHs provided Employment to SC registered HHs (FY 12-13)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
ANDHRA PRADESH 142 13 14 104 8 55
ASSAM 54 7 7 89 3 38
CHHATTISGARH 44 16 15 91 9 64
GOA 1 0 0 43 0 10
JHARKHAND 47 15 15 102 6 39
KARNATAKA 79 7 5 63 1 25
MADHYA PRADESH 111 30 28 92 10 35
MAHARASHTRA 132 19 9 47 3 28
PUNJAB 34 0 0 0 0 26
UTTARAKHAND 14 1 0 70 0 32
India 1686 190 172 91 80 46
HHs figures in Lakhs
26
Suggestion
  • Analyse the gaps in registration
  • State to ensure atleast one work in each SC/ST
    habitation of the Panchayat during preparation of
    Annual Shelf of Project.
  • State to update the SC/ST status of beneficiaries
    in the NREGASoft.
  • Works on the land of SC ST HHs will be taken on
    Priority. (Circular no. 11060/3/2009-NREGA dated
    1st September, 2009)

States to share experiences problems if any
27
Status of SC/ST updation in Jobcards
S,No State Jobcard issued Jobcard issued SC participation rate SC participation rate ST participation rate ST participation rate
S,No State Upto 14/01/13 upto 16/05/13 Upto 14/01/13 upto 16/05/13 Upto 14/01/13 upto 16/05/13
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 12039418 12185082 24.25 24.21 11.48 11.49
2 ASSAM 3931712 3968975 6.05 6.14 16.42 16.53
3 CHHATTISGARH 4357265 4403112 10.53 10.46 33.61 33.40
4 GOA 29980 30010 2.51 2.50 29.48 29.51
5 JHARKHAND 4040058 4057597 13.47 13.45 37.37 37.37
6 KARNATAKA 5283573 5396572 17.29 17.16 8.55 8.46
7 MADHYA PRADESH 12051296 12062210 15.48 15.31 22.90 23.03
8 MAHARASHTRA 6842986 7037210 8.30 8.56 12.39 12.85
9 PUNJAB 894504 910869 76.16 76.14 0.03 0.03
10 UTTARAKHAND 1034450 1045251 20.66 20.73 3.61 3.60
  National Total 125550877 127011255 20.57 20.55 13.54 13.58
Issue As decided in last PRC, States were to
update the SC/ST status of beneficiaries in the
NREGASoft but no progress reflected.
28
Performance against approved LB (FY 2012-13)
achievement against LB projections (persondays) States
gt 100 TN (105), WB (109), Kerala (100.5)
gt 80 to 100 AP (86), Chhattisgarh (87), Maharastra (90), Punjab (91), Haryana (100), HP (90), Odisha (89), Rajasthan (99), Mizoram (83), Tripura (94)
gt 70 to 80 Jharkhand (74), Uttarakhand (76), Meghalaya (78)
gt 60 to 70 Assam (69), Karnataka (70), MP (65), Gujarat (67), Sikkim (62)
gt 50 to 60 Bihar (56), J K (60)
lt 50 UP (41), ArP (28), Manipur (49), Nagaland (45), Goa (18)
Issue State to analyse low performance against
Labour Budget
29
Performance against approved LB Persondays
generated (In Lakhs) (FY 2012-13)
Issue State to analyse low performance against
Labour Budget
30
Work Completion rate (Works Started in 2009-10
earlier)
State No. of works Started Works completed upto 15/01/13 Works completed upto 16th May, 13
ANDHRA PRADESH 1520222 63.9 93.5
ASSAM 25622 58.1 66.8
CHHATTISGARH 183464 85.8 90.9
GOA 511 75.1 75.1
JHARKHAND 252504 80.8 84.2
KARNATAKA 446623 85.4 85.7
MADHYA PRADESH 857278 73.6 80.0
MAHARASHTRA 75120 33.0 38.5
PUNJAB 12706 86.3 88.3
UTTARAKHAND 32426 58.6 71.6
National Total 5763409 72.4 85.6
31
Work Completion rate (Works Started in 2010-11)
State No. of works Started Works completed upto 15/01/13 Works completed upto 16th May, 13
ANDHRA PRADESH 1345839 11.4 33.9
ASSAM 26486 61.7 71.8
CHHATTISGARH 94536 84.7 89.6
GOA 723 60.3 60.3
JHARKHAND 97261 42.7 54.5
KARNATAKA 224273 83.4 85.0
MADHYA PRADESH 254825 62.4 70.9
MAHARASHTRA 30069 20.2 25.6
PUNJAB 9674 76.9 78.5
UTTARAKHAND 34024 53.4 70.2
National Total 3699925 48.2 61.9
32
Work Completion rate (Works Started in 2011-12)
State No. of works Started Works completed upto 15/01/13 Works completed upto 16th May, 13
ANDHRA PRADESH 1669689 13.2 33.1
ASSAM 23938 46.5 59.7
CHHATTISGARH 99454 68.9 77.0
GOA 593 50.1 50.1
JHARKHAND 60381 30.5 44.7
KARNATAKA 164533 67.1 71.5
MADHYA PRADESH 250657 48.1 58.7
MAHARASHTRA 191863 15.5 25.3
PUNJAB 7739 73.3 77.5
UTTARAKHAND 31861 42.7 61.2
National Total 4169198 40.8 53.3
33
Work Completion rate (Works Started in 2012-13)
State No. of works Started Works completed upto 15/01/13 Works completed upto 16th May, 13
ANDHRA PRADESH 2613190 0.6 7.8
ASSAM 35828 20.2 37.3
CHHATTISGARH 114449 23.3 38.5
GOA 106 0.0 0.0
JHARKHAND 43413 5.8 13.9
KARNATAKA 232443 3.1 10.1
MADHYA PRADESH 192181 12.4 28.6
MAHARASHTRA 172856 1.6 7.6
PUNJAB 8527 22.7 44.8
UTTARAKHAND 30065 4.8 21.6
National Total 5093001 5.4 18.0
34
Status of e-MR implementation (FY 2012-13)
S.No. State Gram Panchayats Gram Panchayats Gram Panchayats
S.No. State Total eMR Implemented (as on 22/5/13) eMR Implemented (as on 15/01/13)
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 21863 NA NA
2 ASSAM 2644 1850 886
3 CHHATTISGARH 9824 9645 9810
4 GOA 189 1 1
5 JHARKHAND 4577 4523 2454
6 KARNATAKA 5630 5630 5630
7 MADHYA PRADESH 23162 23162 517
8 MAHARASHTRA 28617 28617 8187
9 PUNJAB 12844 12843 879
10 UTTARAKHAND 7577 1607 1606
  National 247754 196972 127997
35
Muster Roll Issued Vs Filled as per MIS (FY
2012-13)
S.No. State MR Issued MR Filled MR Filled Printed E-MR Filled E-MR E-MR Filled
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 2823139 2763785 98      
2 ASSAM 351834 334534 95 59859 56792 95
3 CHHATTISGARH 1122403 1100736 98 1109207 1082608 98
4 GOA 616 612 99 1 0 0
5 JHARKHAND 940992 914529 97 227622 218069 96
6 KARNATAKA       459703 401367 87
7 MADHYA PRADESH 1167101 1114209 95 4283 970 23
8 MAHARASHTRA 1000067 976094 98 137869 131605 95
9 PUNJAB 56235 55354 98 10543 9629 91
10 UTTARAKHAND 304787 278562 91 7693 6981 91
  National 18725714 16922360 90 13820630 13018580 94
36
Status of seeding of Aadhaar in NREGASoft
States No. of Registered Workers No. of Registered Workers No. of Registered Workers No. of Registered Workers Who have Come For Work in Last 3 Years No. of Registered Workers Who have Come For Work in Last 3 Years No. of Registered Workers Who have Come For Work in Last 3 Years
States Total With Aadhaar No. in MIS Total With Aadhaar No. in MIS
AP 28380314 495917 1.747 18588439 494295 2.659
ASSAM 5871068 216 0.004 3407269 158 0.005
CHHATTISGARH 13990130 15 0 10260801 14 0
GOA 43112 0 0 20344 0 0
JHARKHAND 8804180 89991 1.022 5699634 69842 1.225
KARNATAKA 15168901 352817 2.326 8860110 210722 2.378
MP 35069573 12184 0.035 18702008 6712 0.036
MAHARASHTRA 18037546 185828 1.03 6243009 135313 2.167
PUNJAB 1603084 39800 2.483 837468 23064 2.754
UTTARAKHAND 1834083 0 0 1275834 0 0
National Total 27. 5 cr. 17.64 lakhs 0.641 16.7 cr 14.79lakhs 0.883
37
Status of seeding of Aadhaar in district under
DBT Scheme
S.No. States Phase Districts No. of Registered Workers No. of Registered Workers No. of Registered Workers No. of Registered Workers Who have Come For Work in Last 3 Years No. of Registered Workers Who have Come For Work in Last 3 Years No. of Registered Workers Who have Come For Work in Last 3 Years of population provided Aadhaar as per UIDAI
S.No. States Phase Districts Total With Aadhaar No. in MIS Total With Aadhaar No. in MIS of population provided Aadhaar as per UIDAI
1 AP I ANANTAPUR 1933629 286205 14.80 1019546 285222 27.98 87
2     CHITTOOR 1441468 181203 12.57 679624 180792 26.60 87
3     EAST GODAVARI 1591015 16378 1.03 853165 16231 1.90 92
4     RANGAREDDI 694031 12131 1.75 436259 12050 2.76 95
      Sub Total Phase I 5660143 495917 8.76 2988594 494295 16.54  
5   II ADILABAD 1130839 0 0.00 829111 0 0.00 79
6     CUDDAPAH 1126003 0 0.00 631508 0 0.00 72
7     GUNTUR 1140179 0 0.00 573213 0 0.00 86
8     KRISHNA 1033805 0 0.00 607900 0 0.00 85
9     KURNOOL 1641810 0 0.00 1027971 0 0.00 31
10     NALGONDA 1834967 0 0.00 1319027 0 0.00 54
11     SRIKAKULAM 1245524 0 0.00 899737 0 0.00 94
12     VIZIANAGARAM 1211142 0 0.00 904447 0 0.00 47
      Sub Total Phase II 10364269 0 0.00 6792914 0 0.00  
  State Total State Total   16024412 495917 3.10 9781508 494295 5.05  
1 CHHATTISGARH II DHAMTARI 522200 0 0.00 341749 0 0.00 7
2     KOREA 356717 0 0.00 249009 0 0.00 7
      Sub Total Phase II 878917 0 0.00 590758 0 0.00  
  State Total State Total   878917 0 0.00 590758 0 0.00  
1 GOA I NORTH GOA 23802 0 0.00 12324 0 0.00 87
      Sub Total Phase I 23802 0 0.00 12324 0 0.00  
2   II SOUTH GOA 19310 0 0.00 8020 0 0.00 85
      Sub Total Phase II 19310 0 0.00 8020 0 0.00  
  State Total State Total   43112 0 0.00 20344 0 0.00  
38
Status of seeding of Aadhaar in district under
DBT Scheme
S.No. States Phase Districts No. of Registered Workers No. of Registered Workers No. of Registered Workers No. of Registered Workers Who have Come For Work in Last 3 Years No. of Registered Workers Who have Come For Work in Last 3 Years No. of Registered Workers Who have Come For Work in Last 3 Years of population provided Aadhaar as per UIDAI
S.No. States Phase Districts Total With Aadhaar No. in MIS Total With Aadhaar No. in MIS of population provided Aadhaar as per UIDAI
1 JHARKHAND I HAZARIBAGH 366139 11692 3.19 197643 7385 3.74 65
2     RAMGARH 201054 30105 14.97 127024 23057 18.15 65
3     RANCHI 702777 1276 0.18 380905 1059 0.28 66
4     SARAIKELA KHARSAWAN 296681 16120 5.43 195745 12785 6.53 59
      Sub Total Phase I 1566651 59193 3.78 901317 44286 4.91  
5   II BOKARO 323643 47 0.02 162694 32 0.02 61
6     KHUNTI 248976 8031 3.23 159019 6842 4.30 67
7     LOHARDAGA 201253 1241 0.62 147733 864 0.59 62
      Sub Total Phase II 773872 9319 1.20 469446 7738 1.65  
  State Total State Total   2340523 68512 2.93 1370763 52024 3.80  
1 KARNATAKA I DHARWAR 340396 5617 1.65 247480 5274 2.13 61
2     MYSORE 529995 19891 3.75 239810 11381 4.75 89
3     TUMKUR 873116 327171 37.47 471384 193963 41.15 89
      Sub Total Phase I 1743507 352679 20.23 958674 210618 21.97  
  State Total State Total   1743507 352679 20.23 958674 210618 21.97  
1 MP I EAST NIMAR 1071419 0 0.00 531421 0 0.00 79
2     HARDA 224815 3723 1.66 73865 2429 3.29 77
3     HOSHANGABAD 396733 5578 1.41 100766 3378 3.35 82
      Sub Total Phase I 1692967 9301 0.55 706052 5807 0.82  
4   II BHOPAL 219405 0 0.00 72837 0 0.00 64
5     BURHANPUR 314986 0 0.00 187670 0 0.00 71
6     JABALPUR 642318 1 0.00 318953 1 0.00 61
      Sub Total Phase II 1176709 1 0.00 579460 1 0.00  
  State Total State Total   2869676 9302 0.32 1285512 5808 0.45  
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Status of seeding of Aadhaar in district under
DBT Scheme
S.No. States Phase Districts No. of Registered Workers No. of Registered Workers No. of Registered Workers No. of Registered Workers Who have Come For Work in Last 3 Years No. of Registered Workers Who have Come For Work in Last 3 Years No. of Registered Workers Who have Come For Work in Last 3 Years of population provided Aadhaar as per UIDAI
S.No. States Phase Districts Total With Aadhaar No. in MIS Total With Aadhaar No. in MIS of population provided Aadhaar as per UIDAI
1 MAHARASHTRA I AMRAVATI 672837 6754 1.00 263437 4839 1.84 68
2     NANDURBAR 622996 3647 0.59 222841 2907 1.31 48
3     PUNE 446789 299 0.07 92142 255 0.28 47
4     WARDHA 210054 32887 15.66 95539 21785 22.80 84
      Sub Total Phase I 1952676 43587 2.23 673959 29786 4.42  
5   II AURANGABAD 920404 12553 1.36 205803 2427 1.18 48
6     GONDIA 652370 52665 8.07 345600 43097 12.47 50
7     JALGAON 575615 4738 0.82 108067 3644 3.37 52
8     JALNA 582108 4939 0.85 238823 3317 1.39 53
9     LATUR 485860 5632 1.16 179158 3577 2.00 50
10     RATNAGIRI 248102 3578 1.44 66562 2190 3.29 62
      Sub Total Phase II 3464459 84105 2.43 1144013 58252 5.09  
  State Total State Total   5417135 127692 2.36 1817972 88038 4.84  
1 PUNJAB I FATEHGARH SAHIB 43416 14869 34.25 15478 6971 45.04 81
2     GURDASPUR 71065 2189 3.08 29261 1459 4.99 63
3     NAWANSHAHR 29476 11083 37.60 9264 5096 55.01 84
      Sub Total Phase I 143957 28141 19.55 54003 13526 25.05  
4   II BARNALA 38765 50 0.13 21631 45 0.21 71
5     JALANDHAR 63162 544 0.86 26857 334 1.24 69
      Sub Total Phase II 101927 594 0.58 48488 379 0.78  
  State Total State Total   245884 28735 11.69 102491 13905 13.57  
1 UTTARAKHAND II BAGESHWAR 72931 0 0.00 46298 0 0.00 6
2     CHAMPAWAT 55113 0 0.00 36824 0 0.00 14
3     TEHRI GARHWAL 240614 0 0.00 204858 0 0.00 2
      Sub Total Phase II 368658 0 0.00 287980 0 0.00  
  State Total State Total   368658 0 0.00 287980 0 0.00  
  National Phase I Total National Phase I Total National Phase I Total 19303577 1390227 7.20 10294848 1161445 11.28 74
  National Phase II Total National Phase II Total National Phase II Total 29259071 213525 0.73 17845484 180827 1.01 57
  Grand Total Grand Total Grand Total 48562648 1603752 3.30 28140332 1342272 4.77  
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STATUS OF e-FMS IMPLEMENTATION
State Name Total Districs EFMS Implemented Districs Total Blocks EFMS Implemented blocks
CHHATTISGARH 18 1 146 4
GUJARAT 26 26 223 223
HARYANA 21 3 120 17
JHARKHAND 24 4 260 49
KARNATAKA 30 29 176 176
MADHYA PRADESH 50 48 313 313
MAHARASHTRA 33 14 354 130
ODISHA 30 30 314 314
PUNJAB 23 5 150 34
RAJASTHAN 33 19 249 39
TRIPURA 8 1 45 1
UTTAR PRADESH 75 1 822 2
UTTARAKHAND 13 1 95 6
WEST BENGAL 19 1 341 18
PUDUCHERRY 2 2 6 4
Total 405 184 3614 1330
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IEC for MGNREGA
Issue Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
States to prepare share IEC Action plan for FY 13-14. The Ministry had requested the States to prepare IEC action plan for FY 13-14, vide letter No J-11012/36/2012 IEC (FTS 28084) dt 25.04.2013. Ministry has shared its Action plan for the FY 13-14 for reference. The letter is available for download in the website of MGNREGA. Only Chattisgarh has sent their plan. Punjab has taken further inputs while preparing the plan. Comments on the plan submitted by Chhattisgarh will be given separate. Action All States UTs except Chattisgarh are requested to prepare their IEC action plan share it with the Ministry.
States to create facebook id facebook page. UT of Puducherry, Andhra Pradesh, Mizoram, Punjab, Assam, JK, Gujarat, Jharkhand, MP, WB, Uttrakhand has shared the details Chhattisgarh has sent the details of Narayanpur dt. 1) All other States including Chattisgarh and UTs are requested to prepare their State level FB id FB page share it with the Ministry. 2) All States are requested to link their FB page that of the Ministry with their websites. 3) Keep updating the FB page with photographs, comments write-ups about MGNREGA activities happening in your State.
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Social audit
  • MGNREGA Audit of Schemes Rules notified in June,
    2011
  • Social audit in every GP once in 6 months
  • Need to operationalize social audit mechanism
    in all States
  • Anchoring Facilitation by an independent
    Society/Directorate.
  • Progress so far
  • 14 States have completed Pilot Social audit AP,
    Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Himachal Pradesh,
    Karnataka, Kerala, MP, Maharashtra, Odisha,
    Punjab, Rajasthan, TN, UP West Bengal
  • 7 States have setup SAU (either Society or
    Directorate). Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Odisha,
    Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh Tamil
    Nadu (either Society or Directorate).
  • 3 States have outsourced Social Audit Gujarat
    (NGO- Unnati), Himachal Pradesh (SIRD) Punjab
    (SIRD)
  • 8 States have appointed the director of SAU
    AP, J K, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha,
    Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh

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Instructions on Ombudsman-Key changes
No. Old Instruction Revised Instruction
1 Chief Secretary- Chair Selection Committee Additional Chief Secretary
2. Tenure extendable by one year or 65 Yr age By two times one year each or 68 Yr
3. Provision for Deputy Ombudsman Deleted
4. Sitting fee Rs.500/- Enhanced to Rs.1000 (max 20000/month
5. From Pub. Admin, law, academics, social work or management Law removed
6. Selection Committee to be called every time Approved panel will be valid for 2 years. Provision of additional charge too
7. MoRD CSO rep. both must attend Either of two will fulfill quorum
8. No provision for orientation Orientation within 1 month
9. No criteria for performance appraisal Criteria provided
10. Ombudsman can lodge FIR Deleted
11. TA/DA equivalent to ex-officio members of committee At rates admissible to class-I officer
12. Report findings to CS/Secy of nodal deptt To DPC Secy nodal deptt
13. Monthly report to CS/Secy of nodal deptt Removed. Only annual report.
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Instructions on Ombudsman-Key changes
No. Old Instruction Revised Instruction
14 Compensation for delayed wage payment not a ground of complaint Inserted
15 Time limit for disposal of complaints 15 days 45 days 15 days 60 days
16 No procedure of spot investigation Procedure detailed out
18. No provision for appeal. Award binding. Appellate authority. Binding provision deleted.
19. No provision against Ombudsman activism Findings must be within Act, Rules Guidelines. No power to interpret
20 No time limit for ATR ATR within 2 months/copy to Ombudsman
21. No provision to review action taken Review by CS. Summary report to SEGC MoRD
22. No provision on RTI Act coverage Fully covered
23 No model application format, appointment letter, information format for appraisal Formats annexed
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Present Status of appointment of Ombudsman in
the States
Sl. No. Name of the State No. of districts Ombudsman selected
1. Andhra Pradesh 22 (2)14
2. Assam 27 (22) 19
3. Bihar 38 (13) 11
4. Chhattisgarh 27 (11) 27
5. Gujarat 26 19
6. Haryana 21 (7) 9
7. Himachal Pradesh 12 10
8 Jharkhand 24 24
9 Karnataka 30 (26) 19
10 Kerala 14 14
11 Maharashtra 33 (29) 33
12 Madhya Pradesh 50 50
Sl. No. Name of the State No. of districts Ombudsman selected
13 Orissa 30 (24) 23
14 Punjab 20 5
15 Rajasthan 33 (20) 11
16 Tamil Nadu 29 (11) 23
17 Uttarakhand 13 (11) 13
18 West Bengal 18 18
19 UP, JK Goa, UTs nil
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Pending Parliament Assurances
S.No Assurance No Date House Subject States
1 187 18/7/2002 Rajya Sabha (unstarred) Allocation of free rice to Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh
2 143 22/2/2011 Rajya Sabha (unstarred) Misappropriation diversion of funds under MGNREGA Bihar Odisha
3 1704 16/8/2011 Rajya Sabha (unstarred) Recovery of siphoned off MGNREGS funds Bihar, JK, Jharkhand, Odisha, Gujarat
4 3795 25/8/2011 Lok Sabha Contribution in Employment Scheme (information on unserved area of bank/post office) All States
5 3553 8/5/2012 Rajya Sabha Regarding Budgetary allocation for unemployment allowance ArP, JK, Bihar, TN, MP, Nagaland, Kerala, Jharkhand, UP, Daman Diu, Chhattisgarh, Lakshadweep, Uttarakhand, D N Haveli, Pondicherry
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PART C
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Focus Areas 2013-14
  • A) Deepening processes for
  • Demand Registration
  • Capacity Building
  • Quality Aspects in Assets
  • Maintenance of Assets
  • B) Suggested list of indicators for performance
    monitoring

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Demand Registration- Possible Channels Means
  • Channels
  • GP/PO office
  • AW, SHG, Teachers, ward members
  • 3rd Party (e.g. CSC operator)
  • Mate at the worksite
  • Self (directly in the system or through an
    intermediary)
  • Means
  • Phone Services
  • SMS
  • IVRS
  • Helpline
  • Kiosk
  • H/H devise (Biometric / card based)
  • Paper Application.

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Methods for Demand Registration
  • Demand Registration through
  • Helpline number
  • Gram Panchayat (GP)/ Programme Officers (PO)
    Office
  • Kiosks/ devices at GP office
  • Handheld devices available at work sites
  • Short Message Service (SMS)
  • Online through NREGASoft

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Possible Combinations
Channels Means
GP/PO Office Paper application, Kiosk
AW, School teacher, SHG, Ward members Paper application
3rd party/ CSC Operator Demand Recorded directly in NREGASoft
Mate at worksite H/H device
Self Helpline, SMS, IVRS
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1. Online demand registration through NREGASoft
  • A register worker can approach either the CSC/ GP
    or any internet enabled centre/ kiosk to register
    his/her demand online
  • The steps are detailed below
  • The registed worker (with support for CSC
    Operator etc) logs in the NREGASoft portal to
    apply for work.
  • He/she selects the option for demand for work and
    enters the details required.
  • There is an option of generating acknowledgement
    of the demand, if selected will generate a
    receipt of the demand registration

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2. Applying for work through Gram Panchayat
(GP)/ Programme Officers (PO) Office
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3. Through biometric devices at GPs office
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4. Demand registration at work sites
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5. Through a voice enabled helpline number
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  6. Through a SMS
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Capacity Building
  • Key observations of CAG report on capacity
    building
  • Shortfall in imparting training to key
    stakeholders
  • Inadequate training imparted to key functionaries
  • Non designation of the training institute(s)
  • Substantial funds meant for training remained
    un-utilised
  • During 2012-13 only 0.44 of the admin expenses
    were utilised for capacity building.

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Actions required
  • 1) To set up a MGNREGA HRD and Capacity Building
    Division to anchor capacity building
  • 2) Identify agencies/institutions for training
    of different stakeholders at different levels
    e.g. DPC, PO, TA, JE, Mates, GRS etc
  • 3) Define training content syllabi for
    different stakeholders (module suggested in
    Operation Guidelines Chapter (V)
  • 4) Draw up a State level training plan with
    calendar for different stages of for different
    stakeholders
  • 5) Monitor the quality of training imparted for
    improving it further

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Responsibilities of HRD Capacity Building
Division.
  • (i) train district level MGNREGA training
    support teams, who would be master trainers in
    this cascading model.
  • (ii) offer regular support services to the
    District teams.
  • (iii) act as an expert resource agency.
  • (iv) ensure training quality.
  • (v) organize exposure visits for Panchayati Raj
    Institutions (PRIs) village communities.
  • (vi) help refine training material
  • (vii) monitor the work of the district training
    units.

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Steps involved
  • Training needs assessment
  • Identify facilitators, develop training/ learning
    material, detail out training logistics
  • Develop training / learning plan schedules
    identify appropriate level i.e. Block/District/
    State
  • Impart training
  • Address issues emerged from trainings.

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Trainees, Trainers Suggested Training
Modules/Methodology
Trainees (Stakeholder) Trainer Suggested Training Modules
DPCs other district level officers Resource agencies empanelled by the State for each district/cluster of districts Course I as suggested in Operational Guidelines
District Trainer Team -do- Course I II as suggested in Operational Guidelines
Programme Officer, Assistant Programme Officer District Master Trainers Course I in chapter 5 of operational guideline
Junior Engineer, Cluster Facilitation Teams, Technical Assistants, PIA Teams District Master Trainers Course II as suggested in chapter 5 of Operational Guideline s
EGAs Mates Cluster Facilitation Team/PIA Team Course III as suggested in chapter 5 of Operational Guidelines
Gram Panchayat Leaders Cluster Facilitation Team/PIA Team Exposure Visits
MGNREGA Workers EGAs Mates As per IEC
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Timelines for Capacity Building
Particular Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4
Set up a MGNREGA Human Resource Development Capacity Building Division
Training needs assessment
Identify facilitators, develop/ consolidate training/ learning material, detail out training logistics
Develop training / learning plan schedules identify appropriate level i.e. Block/District/ State
Impart training
Address issues emerging from trainings
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Quality Management
  • Objectives of Quality Management
  • to ensure that assets created achieve the
    objectives i.e., the functionality of the asset
    in terms of location, design, operational
    management maintenance is adequate
  • to ensure that the asset is durable, that it is
    constructed confirming to sound engineering
    standards in terms of design, materials and
    workmanship.
  • Actions required from State Government to meet
    the objectives
  • Deployment of quality monitors at State GP
    level
  • Ensure Quality Management
  • Quality control supervision at site (internal
    aspect)
  • Quality monitoring (external aspect)

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Contd.
  • Internal aspects
  • to be done by Technical Asst. at GP, Block
    District level technical staff of line
    departments.
  • TA technical staff of line dept. to be trained
    about MGNREGA process, selection of worksites,
    preparation of shelf of project, planning
    designing, layout execution of works
  • External aspect
  • Monitoring to be done by NLMs SQMs.
  • SQMs to be given one day intensive
    orientation/training at State/ district level.
    During the training, the concept of quality
    monitoring how to fill up the format developed
    for monitoring will be explained in detail.
    Director (QM) will prepare the training content.
  • No SQM will be allotted her/his home district.
  • SQM to carry index map, relevant records,
    concerned technical personnel, Gram Rozgar
    Sahayak beneficiaries at the worksite at given
    time

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Internal Quality Management
S.No. Activity Who will do Who will supervise provide guidance Who will Monitor whether activities are being performed at levels prescribed
1. Site selection
2. Survey for works
3. Preparation of estimates
4. Vetting of estimates
5. Lay out
6. Foundation (if required)
7. Material inspection
8. Inspection during work execution
9. Measurement
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Quality Grading by SQMs of Works
S. NO PARTICULAR QUALITY GRADING S/U/RI SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT
1 Site Selection
2 Estimate preparation
3 Quality of material procured
4 Quality of work execution
5 Measurement
6 Utility of Assets
7 Any other issue
8 Overall Quality Grading
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Timelines for Quality Management
Particular Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4
Deployment of quality monitors at State GP level
Quality control at site -(internal aspect) Quality supervision (external aspect Quality monitoring
Monitoring by NLMs SQMs
Upload NLM SQM report on MGNREGA soft
Submission of Action taken report by States
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Maintenance of MGNREGA Assets
  • Maintenance of assets
  • Those works assets that have been created under
    MGNREGA.
  • For the rehabilitation of assets created under
    different schemes, the full details of previous
    work done along with date, copy of estimate
    measurement book should be placed as part of the
    MGNREGA work record before administrative
    approval is granted.

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Suggestive Indicators for Performance Management
of States
  • Following 5 indicators will be monitored
  • Performance of States as per LB projection at GP
    level
  • Participation of women against the Job Card
    Issued
  • Participation of SC/ST against the population of
    SC/ST
  • Completion rate of works (with focus on works
    which are more than 2 year old
  • Timely data entry on MIS

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Part D
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Group-I 1) CHHATTISGARH 2) JHARKHAND 3)
KARNATAKA 4) MADHYA PRADESH 5) UTTRAKHAND 6)
GOA 7) PUNJAB 8) MAHARASHTRA 9) ASSAM 10) ANDHRA
PRADESH
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Chhattisgarh Projection Vs Performance
(Persondays) (FY 2012-13)
In Lakhs
74
Chhattisgarh District-wise Projection Vs
Performance (FY 2012-13)
Districts Projected Persondays Persondays Generated Achieved
JASHPUR 66.21 77.66 117.30
KANKER 58.43 67.57 115.63
BIJAPUR 14.42 16.01 111.01
SURGUJA 113.02 116.52 103.09
DHAMTARI 52.25 53.05 101.54
RAJNANDAGON 119.40 116.54 97.61
DURG 136.98 133.04 97.12
RAIGARH 58.97 57.04 96.72
KORBA 46.25 44.50 96.21
JANJGIR-CHAMPA 63.17 58.21 92.14
BASTAR 53.50 47.00 87.84
KOREA 41.67 35.56 85.33
KAWARDHA 69.46 57.36 82.58
RAIPUR 184.92 149.71 80.96
NARAYANPUR 4.58 3.21 70.01
DANTEWADA 33.24 21.45 64.53
BILASPUR 157.31 89.78 57.07
MAHASAMUND 89.68 48.63 54.23
Total 1363.47 1192.83 87.49
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Chhattisgarh
Activity Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Online/ Offline Data entry Dist Bijapur are offline 100 online by end of 1st Qtr., 13
eMR implementation Implemented in 9645 GPs out of 9824 100 eMR by end of of 1st Qtr, 13
Fixed point photography of all works (Status of photo uploading) 62 of completed works Ensure 2 photos (mid post) of ongoing works 3 photos (Pre, Mid Post) of work to be started
Reduce time lag for data entry 30 days Reduce to 10 days (requested for reopen the FY 12-13 data entry for 15 days)
eFMS for wage, material administrative expenditure Started in 1 district Implement in all district by Sep 13
eFMS by Line department Not yet started By end of FY 13-14
Seeding of Aadhaar no. No Seeding 100 of the Aadhaar no. issued by UID to MGNREGA workers to be seeded by Jul, 13
Aadhaar enrolment of residuary workers 95 of residuary Active workers in Phase I II districts
Work Completion rate 74 works of total works taken up since inception 100 for works taken up in 11-12 or earlier
Women Participation 47 -
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Chhattisgarh
Issue Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Social Audit Directorate Not Constituted To be constituted by end May, 2013
Unemployment Allowance Rules Draft rules notified Final rules to be notified by end of Jun, 2013
Rules for Compensation for Delay in Payment of Wages Not framed To be framed by end of June, 2013
SEGF Constituted ------
Audit of all districts GP accounts (2012-13) NA -------
No of SEGC meeting (FY12-13) 1 To be held regularly
Appointment of Ombudsman (No. of District where appointed) 14 Ombudsman have been appointed for 27 districts. Process for appointment of 3 Ombudsman may be expedited.
Grievance redressal rules Notified -------
Status of State Quality Monitor 9 SQM appointed Process for selection of 15 SQM may be expedited
Status of State level Help line Yes-18002332425
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Jharkhand Projection Vs Performance
(Persondays) (FY 2012-13)
In Lakhs
78
Jharkhand District-wise Projection Vs
Performance (FY 2012-13)
Districts Projected Persondays Persondays Generated Achieved
EAST SINGHBUM 28.14 30.18 107.25
WEST SINGHBHUM 27.44 29.14 106.19
BOKARO 18.01 16.40 91.07
LATEHAR 47.99 41.19 85.83
DEOGHAR 45.72 38.92 85.12
KODERMA 12.24 10.27 83.91
JAMTARA 20.31 16.59 81.70
DUMKA 41.48 33.39 80.49
RAMGARH 14.68 11.66 79.40
GIRIDIH 55.04 43.31 78.69
PALAMU 25.17 19.56 77.71
RANCHI 41.26 31.72 76.88
KHUNTI 18.20 13.37 73.46
DHANBAD 26.52 19.38 73.07
GODDA 32.58 23.38 71.76
GARHWA 41.62 28.99 69.65
SAHEBGANJ 44.18 30.41 68.84
HAZARIBAGH 29.18 19.12 65.54
GUMLA 30.45 19.44 63.83
SARAIKELA KHARSAWAN 27.68 17.40 62.86
PAKUR 39.58 23.37 59.05
CHATRA 41.03 22.45 54.72
LOHARDAGA 18.33 9.59 52.31
SIMDEGA 31.36 15.71 50.09
Total 758.19 564.93 74.51
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Jharkhand
Activity Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Online/ Offline Data entry Online -
eMR implementation Implemented in 4523 GPs out of 4577 100 eMR by end of Apr, 13
Fixed point photography of all works (Status of photo uploading) 37 of completed works Ensure 2 photos (mid post) of ongoing works 3 photos (Pre, Mid Post) of work to be started
Reduce time lag for data entry Around 20-30 days Reduce to 10 days
eFMS for wage, material administrative expenditure Started in Ranchi Implement in 4 DBT district by May, 13 in all districts by Sep, 13
eFMS by Line department Not yet started By end of FY 13-14
Seeding of Aadhaar no. Less than 2 of Active workers 100 of the Aadhaar nos issued by UID to MGNREGA workers in DBT Districts by May, 13
Aadhaar enrolment of residuary workers 95 of residuary active workers in Phase I II districts
Work Completion rate 66 works of total works takenup since inception 100 for works taken up in 11-12 or earlier
Women Participation 33 -
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Jharkhand
Issue Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Social Audit Directorate Not Constituted To be constituted by end of first quarter
Unemployment Allowance Rules Not Framed State Govt. needs to take steps for framing it by the end of first quarter
Rules for Compensation for Delay in Payment of Wages Not framed State Govt. needs to take steps for framing it by the end of first quarter
SEGF Operationalized
Audit of all districts and GP accounts (2012-13) Not conducted State Govt. needs to take steps for completing it by 30th Sept, 2013 (for accounts of 2012-13)
SEGC meeting (FY12-13) Not held To be held at regular intervals
Appointment of Ombudsman (No. of District where appointed) Not appointed in any district State Govt. needs to take steps for appointment of Ombudsman for all districts by the end of first quarter
Grievance Redressal Rules Not framed To be framed by the end of first quarter
Status of State Quality Monitor Not established State Govt. needs to take steps for establishing it by the end of first quarter
Capacity building No adequate pool of staff at all levels State Govt. needs to take steps for providing adequate personnel for efficient implementation of MGNREGA by the end of first quarter
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Karnataka Projection Vs Performance
(Persondays) (FY 2012-13)
In Lakhs
82
Karnataka District-wise Projection Vs
Performance (FY 2012-13)
Districts Projected Persondays Persondays Generated Achieved
TUMKUR 22.17 38.04 171.59
CHITRADURGA 41.98 60.93 145.13
BIDAR 13.55 14.89 109.92
MYSORE 11.22 11.68 104.11
DHARWAR 24.66 25.61 103.87
RAICHUR 42.13 43.33 102.86
BIJAPUR 50.28 48.89 97.23
GULBARGA 42.56 39.72 93.32
GADAG 16.04 14.15 88.19
Yadgir 28.97 25.02 86.37
SHIMOGA 26.28 21.76 82.78
BELLARY 17.53 14.14 80.67
KOLAR 26.94 21.26 78.91
RAMANAGARA 19.34 14.44 74.64
DAVANAGERE 92.91 65.39 70.38
BANGALORE RURAL 12.45 8.05 64.70
UDUPI 2.28 1.44 63.04
HAVERI 31.89 19.83 62.18
HASSAN 37.11 22.10 59.57
BAGALKOTE 46.42 24.82 53.46
DAKSHINA KANNADA 11.28 5.63 49.89
MANDYA 23.34 11.16 47.83
CHIKKABALLAPURA 11.27 5.10 45.26
KODAGU 14.06 6.31 44.89
BANGALORE 0.86 0.36 42.10
KOPPAL 26.87 10.44 38.85
CHAMARAJA NAGARA 23.14 8.41 36.35
UTTARA KANNADA 35.88 9.56 26.66
CHIKMAGALUR 38.37 9.44 24.59
BELGAUM 98.64 20.03 20.31
 Total 890.42 621.93 69.85
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Karnataka
Activity Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Online/ Offline Data entry Online -
eMR implementation All GPs -
Fixed point photography of all works (Status of photo uploading) 17 of completed works Ensure 2 photos (mid post) of ongoing works and 3 photos (Pre, Mid Post) of all works
Reduce time lag for data entry No time lag -
eFMS for wage, material and administrative expenditure Started in 24 districts for wage payment Implement for wage, material and admin by May, 13 in all districts
eFMS by Line department Not yet started By end of FY 13-14 in all districts
Seeding of Aadhaar no. Less than 3 of Active workers 100 of the Aadhaar nos issued by UID to MGNREGA workers in DBT Districts by May, 13
Aadhaar enrolment of residuary workers 95 of residuary active workers in Phase I II districts
Work Completion rate 67 works of total works takenup since inception 100 for works taken up in 11-12 or earlier
Women Participation 46 -
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Karnataka
Issue Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Social Audit Directorate Social Audit directorate established ----------
Unemployment Allowance Rules Notified ----------
Rules for Compensation for Delay in payment of Wages Under Process ----------
SEGF Established
Audit of all districts and GP accounts (2012-13) Under process . Audit of all districts and GP accounts to be completed by August, 2013.
No. of SEGC meeting (FY 12-13) One meeting held on 12.2.2013. To be held at regular intervals
Appointment of Ombudsman (No. of District where appointed) Appinted in 19 Districts ( Selection completed in 7 dists. In-charge arrangement made in 4 dists. Selection Process for 7 districts completed
Grievance redressal rules Framed and notified on 13.3.2009 -------
Status of State Quality Monitor 3rd Party quality monitors (External Agency) have been empanelled for all dists
Status of State level Help line Toll Free Help-line No.1800-425-8666 . which provides services for Demand for work Registration for job card Complaints Other information
85
MP Projection Vs Performance (Persondays) (FY
2012-13)
In Lakhs
86
MP District-wise Projection Vs Performance (FY
2012-13)
Districts Projected Persondays Persondays Generated Achieved
RAISEN 13.67 16.57 121.19
DATIA 4.85 5.62 115.78
BHIND 5.85 5.88 100.43
BURHANPUR 16.98 16.88 99.40
HARDA 5.15 5.07 98.51
SEHORE 31.23 30.59 97.95
VIDISHA 18.59 18.12 97.47
HOSHANGABAD 7.57 7.20 95.17
MORENA 25.96 23.99 92.40
SINGRAULI 33.71 30.29 89.84
ASHOK NAGAR 14.17 12.69 89.53
SATNA 34.21 29.57 86.43
SIDHI 34.96 29.54 84.50
BHOPAL 9.70 8.04 82.88
UJJAIN 23.88 19.75 82.72
INDORE 20.12 16.23 80.67
NEEMUCH 7.55 5.97 79.04
GWALIOR 16.51 13.02 78.85
SHEOPUR 18.91 14.66 77.53
JHABUA 53.61 41.36 77.14
SHIVPURI 33.39 25.39 76.05
SAGAR 46.00 34.24 74.44
SHAJAPUR 30.72 22.47 73.15
DEWAS 35.52 25.71 72.39
CHHINDWARA 67.84 48.60 71.64
TIKAMGARH 39.34 27.80 70.68
Districts Projected Persondays Persondays Generated Achieved
RAJGARH 91.58 64.06 69.94
RATLAM 36.70 25.39 69.19
NARSINGHPUR 16.58 11.33 68.32
DINDORI 65.43 43.97 67.20
SEONI 74.86 49.89 66.65
DAMOH 42.87 27.79 64.82
MANDSAUR 27.36 17.01 62.18
GUNA 55.99 34.19 61.07
EAST NIMAR 49.14 29.88 60.80
UMARIA 48.02 29.02 60.44
DHAR 108.71 64.57 59.39
CHHATARPUR 49.33 29.24 59.27
KATNI 40.75 24.06 59.04
ALIRAJPUR 34.23 20.16 58.89
SHAHDOL 38.58 22.32 57.85
BALAGHAT 74.09 42.62 57.53
KHARGONE 83.31 46.89 56.29
REWA 40.31 22.23 55.15
BETUL 79.70 40.42 50.72
JABALPUR 37.09 17.06 46.01
MANDLA 59.83 24.12 40.31
ANUPPUR 46.92 18.63 39.70
PANNA 42.51 16.54 38.90
BARWANI 66.12 24.15 36.52
Total 1960.00 1280.77 65.35
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Madhya Pradesh
Activity Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Online/ Offline Data entry Online -
eMR implementation All GPs -
Fixed point photography of all works (Status of photo uploading) Less than 4 of completed works Ensure 2 photos (mid post) of ongoing works and 3 photos (Pre, Mid Post) of work to be started
Reduce time lag for data entry Around 45 days Reduce to 15 days (requested for reopen the FY 12-13 data entry for 1 month)
eFMS for wage, material and administrative expenditure Started in all districts for wage Material Implement for wage, material and admin by Jun, 13 in all districts
eFMS by Line department Not yet started By end of FY 13-14
Seeding of Aadhaar no. Less than 1 of Active workers 100 of the Aadhaar nos issued by UID to MGNREGA workers in DBT Districts by May, 13
Aadhaar enrolment of residuary workers 95 of residuary active workers in Phase I II districts
Work Completion rate 67 works of total works takenup since inception 100 for works taken up in 11-12 or earlier
Women Participation 42 -
88
Madhya Pradesh
Issue Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Social Audit Directorate Constituted -------
Unemployment Allowance Rules Framed but not yet notified -------
Rules for Compensation for Delay in Payment of Wages Not framed To be framed by end of first quarter
SEGF Constituted ------
Audit of all districts and GP accounts (2012-13) Pilot audits have been completed To be completed by 30th Sept, 2013 (for accounts of 2012-13
No of SEGC meeting (FY12-13) Not held at regular interval In 2013-14 ,one meeting held on 15th April 2013
Appointment of Ombudsman (No. of District where appointed) 15 -------
Grievance redressal rules Gazette notified --------
Status of State Quality Monitor 44 --------
Status of State level Help line Yes working properly --------
89
Uttarakhand Projection Vs Performance
(Persondays) (FY 2012-13)
In Lakhs
90
Uttarakhand District-wise Projection Vs
Performance (FY 2012-13)
Districts Projected Persondays Persondays Generated Achieved
RUDRA PRAYAG 3.34 4.01 120.00
PAURI GARHWAL 22.14 22.64 102.26
UTTAR KASHI 16.13 15.76 97.75
PITHORAGARH 26.04 23.17 88.98
BAGESHWAR 6.78 5.99 88.22
CHAMOLI 37.61 32.70 86.95
UDAM SINGH NAGAR 13.94 9.90 70.99
TEHRI GARHWAL 53.54 37.03 69.17
ALMORA 14.60 10.10 69.16
CHAMPAWAT 9.07 5.92 65.22
HARIDWAR 12.55 8.11 64.66
NAINITAL 9.04 4.59 50.74
DEHRADUN 16.74 4.74 28.30
Total 241.53 184.66 76.45
91
Uttarakhand
Activity Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Online/ Offline Data entry Online -
eMR implementation Implemented in 1607 GPs out of 7577 100 eMR by end of Sep, 13
Fixed point photography of all works (Status of photo uploading) 1 of completed works Ensure 2 photos (mid post) of ongoing works and 3 photos (Pre, Mid Post) of work to be started
Reduce time lag for data entry 30 days Reduce to 10 days
eFMS for wage, material and administrative expenditure Started in Dehradun Implement in all districts by Sep, 13
eFMS by Line department Not yet started By end of FY 13-14
Seeding of Aadhaar no. No seeding 100 of the Aadhaar no. issued by UID to MGNREGA workers
Aadhaar enrolment of residuary workers 95 of residuary Active workers in Phase I II districts
Work Completion rate 57 works of total works takenup since inception 100 for works taken up in 11-12 or earlier
Women Participation 47 -
92
Uttarakhand
Issue Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Social Audit Directorate Not Constituted To be constituted by the end of first qtr
Unemployment Allowance Rules Provision available in SEG Scheme
Rules for Compensation for Delay in Payment of Wages Not framed State Govt. needs to take steps for framing it by the end of first quarter
SEGF Constituted
Audit of all districts and GP accounts (2012-13) Pilot audit have been conducted
No of SEGC meeting (FY12-13) Not held State Govt. needs to hold a meeting by the end of first quarter
Appointment of Ombudsman (No. of District where appointed) Appointed in all 13 districts
Grievance Redressal Rules Provision available in SEG Scheme
Status of State Quality Monitor Technical audit Cell at State level
Status of State level Helpline Yes,
93
Goa Projection Vs Performance (Persondays) (FY
2012-13)
In Lakhs
94
Goa District-wise Projection Vs Performance
(FY 2012-13)
Districts Projected Persondays Persondays Generated Achieved
SOUTH GOA 0.66 0.12 18.97
NORTH GOA 2.75 0.48 17.34
Total 3.41 0.60 17.66
95
Goa
Activity Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Online/ Offline Data entry Online -
eMR implementation Implemented in 1 GP out of 189 GPs 100 eMR by end of FY 13-14
Fixed point photography of all works (Status of photo uploading) No photo Ensure 2 photos (mid post) of ongoing works and 3 photos (Pre, Mid Post) of work to be started
Reduce time lag for data entry 30-45 days Reduce to 15 days
eFMS for wage, material and administrative expenditure Not yet Started Implement in 1 DBT district by May, 13 in all districts by Sep, 13
eFMS by Line department Not yet started By end of FY 13-14
Seeding of Aadhaar no. No Seeding 100 of the Aadhaar nos issued by UID to MGNREGA workers in DBT Districts by May, 13
Aadhaar enrolment of residuary workers 95 of residuary Active workers in Phase I II districts
Work Completion rate 58 works of total works takenup since inception 100 for works taken up in 11-12 or earlier
Women Participation 79 -
96
Goa
Issue Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Social Audit Not set up To be set up by May, 2013
Unemployment Allowance Rules Notified -------
Rules for Compensation for Delay in Payment of Wages Not framed To be framed by end of first quarter
SEGF Not constituted To be constituted in Apr, 2013
Audit of all districts and GP accounts (2012-13) Audit of pilot GPs have not been completed. This must be completed in April, 2013 To be completed by 30th Sept, 2013 (for accounts of 2012-13
SEGC meeting No meeting held in 2012-13 To be held at regular interval
Appointment of Ombudsman (No. of District where appointed) NA To be appointed by end of first quarter
Grievance redressal rules NA To be framed by end of first qtr
Status of State Quality Monitor NA ---------
Status of State level Help line NA To be establish by Sep, 2013
97
Punjab Projection Vs Performance
(Persondays) (FY 2012-13)
In Lakhs
98
Punjab District-wise Projection Vs Performance
(FY 2012-13)
Districts Projected Persondays Persondays Generated Achieved
SAS NAGAR MOHALI 0.11 0.48 421.55
MANSA 2.20 5.80 263.48
MOGA 3.49 6.38 182.88
Fazilka 4.32 7.56 174.93
NAWANSHAHR 0.91 1.25 136.63
LUDHIANA 6.19 8.11 131.06
FARIDKOT 2.17 2.58 119.11
MUKATSAR 4.33 4.71 108.68
Pathankot 1.88 1.82 97.04
BHATINDA 4.71 3.93 83.45
ROPAR 2.90 2.10 72.42
GURDASPUR 3.81 2.67 69.91
FEROZEPUR 2.96 2.05 69.18
PATIALA 4.01 2.49 62.05
SANGRUR 3.42 2.05 60.15
BARNALA 2.24 1.33 59.67
FATEHGARH SAHIB 2.65 1.36 51.36
AMRITSAR 4.05 1.96 48.42
JALANDHAR 2.41 1.14 47.29
HOSHIARPUR 6.58 3.10 47.17
KAPURTHALA 2.50 1.15 45.97
TARN TARAN 3.06 1.19 38.90
Total 70.89 65.22 91.99
99
Punjab
Activity Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Online/ Offline Data entry Online -
eMR implementation All GPs -
Fixed point photography of all works (Status of photo uploading) 6 of completed works Ensure 2 photos (mid post) of ongoing works and 3 photos (Pre, Mid Post) of work to be started
Reduce time lag for data entry 15 days Reduce to 10 days
eFMS for wage, material and administrative expenditure Started in Fatehgarh Sahib Nawanshahar Implement in 3 DBT districts by May, 13 in all districts by Sep, 13
eFMS by Line department Not yet started By end of FY 13-14 in all districts
Seeding of Aadhaar no. Less than 3 of Active workers 100 of the Aadhaar nos issued by UID to MGNREGA workers in DBT Districts by May, 13
Aadhaar enrolment of residuary workers 95 of residuary active workers in Phase I II districts
Work Completion rate 73 works of total works takenup since inception 100 for works taken up in 11-12 or earlier
Women Participation 46 -
100
Punjab
Issue Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Social Audit Directorate Under Process To be Setup by end of first qtr
Unemployment Allowance Rules Under Process To be Setup by end of first qtr
Rules for Compensation for Delay in Payment of Wages Not framed To be framed by end of first quarter
SEGF Established ------
Audit of all districts and GP accounts (2012-13) Audit for the financial year 2012-13 is under process To be completed by 30th Sept, 2013 (for accounts of 2012-13
No of SEGC meeting (FY12-13) No meeting in FY 12-13 To be held at regular interval
Appointment of Ombudsman (No. of District where appointed) Appointed for 18 dists out of 22 dists. To be appointed by end of first quarter for the rest of districts
Grievance redressal rules Notified --------
Status of State Quality Monitor A team of JEs under the Leadership of Supdt. Engineer has been deputed as SQMs. --------
Status of State level Help line Established --------
101
Maharastra Projection Vs Performance
(Persondays) (FY 2012-13)
In Lakhs
102
Maharastra District-wise Projection Vs
Performance (FY 2012-13)
Districts Projected Persondays Persondays Generated Achieved
PUNE 14.45 18.26 126.40
NASHIK 30.50 37.69 123.57
PARBHANI 9.80 11.66 118.95
AMRAVATI 30.50 35.72 117.11
RATNAGIRI 4.59 5.36 116.69
AKOLA 10.55 11.46 108.63
JALGAON 13.70 14.79 107.97
SOLAPUR 28.13 29.55 105.05
BHANDARA 41.43 43.32 104.56
SINDHUDURG 4.25 4.39 103.35
YAVATMAL 30.18 31.19 103.33
GADCHIROLI 27.38 27.81 101.55
DHULE 20.50 20.72 101.09
KOLHAPUR 14.36 14.34 99.87
WASHIM 13.80 13.75 99.62
SANGLI 21.75 21.56 99.13
NAGPUR 12.25 11.95 97.56
RAIGAD 9.05 8.64 95.51
JALNA 49.30 46.61 94.55
SATARA 21.15 19.89 94.05
THANE 38.74 35.53 91.72
NANDED 84.70 75.67 89.34
BEED 40.10 35.66 88.94
AHMEDNAGAR 72.15 63.61 88.17
WARDHA 14.55 12.18 83.72
GONDIA 38.77 32.41 83.60
CHANDRAPUR 41.35 32.96 79.70
HINGOLI 22.70 17.32 76.30
NANDURBAR 30.68 22.53 73.42
BULDHANA 14.50 10.09 69.58
OSMANABAD 63.70 42.67 66.98
AURANGABAD 34.35 18.46 53.74
LATUR 40.60 21.56 53.12
Total 944.51 849.33 89.92
103
Maharastra
Activity Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Online/ Offline Data entry Online -
eMR implementation Implemented in all GPs -
Fixed point photography of all works (Status of photo uploading) 14 of completed works Ensure 2 photos (mid post) of ongoing works and 3 photos (Pre, Mid Post) of all works
Reduce time lag for data entry Around 30 days Reduce to 10 days
eFMS for wage, material and administrative expenditure Started in 7 districts Fully Implement in 4 DBT district by May, 13 in all districts by Sep, 13
eFMS by Line department Not yet started By end of FY 13-14
Seeding of Aadhaar no. Less than 3 of Active workers 100 of the Aadhaar nos issued by UID to MGNREGA workers in DBT Districts by May, 13
Aadhaar enrolment of residuary workers 95 of residuary active workers in Phase I II districts
Work Completion rate 21 works of total works takenup since inception 100 for works taken up in 11-12 or earlier
Women Participation 45 -
104
Maharashtra
Issue Current Status Action Plan for 2013-14
Social Audit Directorate Not Constituted To be constituted by end of July, 2013
Unemployment Allowance Rules Framed -------
Rules for Compensation for Delay in Payment of Wages Not framed To be framed by end of July, 2013
SEGF Constituted ------
Audit of all districts and GP accounts (2012-13) NA -------
No of SEGC meeting (FY12-13) 2 To be held regularly
Appointment of Ombudsman (No. of District where appointed) Ombudsman have been appointed in 30 districts To be appointed in remaining 3 districts by end of Jul, 13
Grievance redressal rules Draft rules notified Final rules may be notified bu end of Jul, 13
Status of State Quality Monitor Not set up Set up by July 15, 2013
Status of State level Help line Help line started last year but not functioning as on date To be operationalized by end of Jun, 13
105
Assam Projection Vs Performance (Persondays) (FY
2012-13)
In Lakhs
106
Assam District-wise Projection Vs Performance
(FY 2012-13)
Distric
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