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Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY)

Rules, Terms and Conditions for the Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana, SAGY, Benefits of Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana, About SAGY, Mode of payment of SAGY scheme, eligibility criteria of SAGY scheme, PM Narendra Modi Scheme, PM Modi Schemes

scheme launch by PM narendra Modi

" The vision of our Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi is “If we have to build the nation we have to start from the villages" and he believes that "If every MP transforms villages in his/her constituency into model villages, large number of villages in the country would have seen holistic development”. Our PM has requested all Members of Parliament (MP) to develop one model village in their constituency by year 2016 and two more by 2019. Department of Rural Development has formulated guidelines of the scheme. Hon'ble Prime Minister has released the guidelines on 11'th Oct 2014 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. "

Scheme detail:

Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY) is a rural development programme broadly focusing upon the development in the villages which includes social development, cultural development and spread motivation among the people on social mobilization of the village community. The programme was launched by the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi on the birth anniversary of Jayaprakash Narayan, on 11 October 2014.

Key objectives of the Yojana include:
The development of model villages, called Adarsh Grams, through the implementation of existing schemes, and certain new initiatives to be designed for the local context, which may vary from village to village.
Creating models of local development which can be replicated in other villages.

Benefits

The activities and outcomes will cover broad development indicators such as health, nutrition and education through organizing immunization drives, improving mid-day meal schemes, improving Aadhaar enrolment, setting up “smart schools” with IT-enabled classrooms and e-libraries, improving panchayat infrastructure under schemes such as MNREGA and Backward Regions Grants Fund.

A series of measures speak of better implementation of existing and new schemes and laws including RTI Act, National Food Security Act, National Rural Livelihood Mission, Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana, while at the same time emphasizing “activities to improve hygienic behavior” by encouraging bathing among villagers, use of toilets and exercising for thirty minutes every day. It envisions social development in villages through identifying a village day, a village song, and focusing on alternative methods of dispute resolution.

Highlights of the Pradhan Mantri Atal Pension Yojana

Strategies
In order to convert the identified village into an Adarsh Gram through the specified activities, the following are the possible strategies:
1> Entry point activities to energize and mobilize the community towards positive common action
2> Participatory planning exercise for identifying peoples’ needs and priorities in an integrated manner
3> Converging resources from Central Sector and Centrally Sponsored Schemes and also other State 4> schemes to the extent possible.
5> Repairing and renovating existing infrastructure to the extent possible.
6> Strengthening the Gram Panchayats and peoples’ institutions within them
7> Promoting transparency and accountability

Funding
No new funds have been allocated for the Yojana.  Resources may be raised through:
1> Funds from existing schemes, such as the Indira Awas Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana, 2> Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, and Backward Regions Grant Fund, etc.,
3> The Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS),
4> The gram panchayat’s own revenue,
5> Central and State Finance Commission Grants, and
6> Corporate Social Responsibility funds.

Level

Functionary

Key roles and responsibilities

National

Member of Parliament

Identify the Adarsh Gram

Facilitate the planning process

Mobilise additional funds

Monitor the scheme

Two committees, headed by the Minister of Rural Development, and Secretary, Rural Development, respectively.*

Monitor the process of identification and planning

Review the implementation of the scheme

Identify bottlenecks in the scheme

Issue operational guidelines

Indicate specific resource support which each Ministry can provide

State

A committee headed by the Chief Secretary

Supplement central guidelines for the scheme

Review Village Development Plans

Review implementation

Outline monitoring mechanisms

Design a grievance redressal mechanism for the scheme

District

District Collector

Conduct the baseline survey

Facilitate the preparation of the Village Development Plan

Converge relevant schemes

Ensure grievance redressal

Monthly progress review of the scheme

Village

Gram Panchayat and functionaries of schemes (at various levels)

Implement of the scheme

Identify common needs of the village

Leverage resources from various programmes

Ensure participation in the scheme

MONITORING

At the national level, a separate, real  time web based monitoring system will be put in place for the scheme covering all aspects and components. The system would have the interface enabling the MP and other key stakeholders to log-in and give suggestions/comments, and even raise  queries or complaints, which should be promptly responded to by the implementing authorities.

Every process taken under this programme, will be photographed and geo-tagged and made available in public domain. Similarly, photographs of all assets at different stages would be uploaded. The outputs under each activity would be measured every quarter vis-à-vis the physical and financial targets set out in the Village Development Plan. Further, the core monitorable indicators of the 12th Five Year Plan would be utilised as appropriate. The outcomes will also be tracked from time to time to the extent possible.

Awards
Awards are proposed to be given in the
following categories:
i. Best practices
ii. Best Charge Officers
iii. Best District Collectors
iv. Best Adarsh Grams

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