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DISTRICT RURAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (DRDA)

ORGANOGRAM:

ORGANOGRAM

DRDA (SERP) Activities:

Vision and Mission(SERP):

The disadvantaged communities shall be empowered to overcome all social, economic, cultural, and psychological barriers through self-managed organizations. They will attain higher productivity with improved skills and asset base and utilize resources to their full potential and gainful access to services. Our mission is to enable disadvantaged communities to perceive possibilities for change and bring about desired change by exercising informed choices through collective action.

1.Financial Services

Bank Linkage:

The SHG Banking Linkage was a pilot program initiated in the year 1992 and tried to facilitate the flow of bank credits to SHGs. The pilot phase was followed by the setting up of a working group on NGOs and SHGs by the Reserve  Bank of India in 1994 which came out with wide-ranging recommendations on SHG and Bank Linkage as a potential innovation in the area of Banking with the poor women for livelihood.

Evaluation of the Linkage program:

  • Dependency on money lenders
  • Savings habit enhanced/increased
  • Self Sufficiency for consumption requirement
  • 100% of the Total SHGs have accessed financial assistance from up to 20 Lakhs per group.
  • Repayment of SHG Loans is above 98% recovery.
  • Diversification and Value addition to the existing Livelihood.
  • SHG women are engaged in (150) varieties of income generating
  • SHG women are producing qualitative products with high standers in packing etc.
  • SHG women earning additional monthly incomes range from 10000/- to 15000/-.
  • SHG women actively participate in Several Government Welfare  Programme such as family welfare, Literacy, and Human Development and social activities also.

year

Target

Achievement  as of now,2022

Achievement %

Physical

(SHG)

Fin

(Rupees

in Crs)

Physical

(SHG)

Fin

(Rupees

in Crs)

1

2

3

4

5

6

      2022-23

6115

251.70

18259

112.15

37.43

2.BC SAKHI:          

             Banking Corresponding BC SAKHI 2021-2022 Wanaparthy District each Mandal one Bank Sakhi was identified and trained requirements also disbursed they are in the field and also the year 2022-2023 again 14 banks Sakhi identified and sent for sanctioned 

3. STHREE NIDHI:

1. The government of TS SERP has introduced “Sthree Nidhi Bank registered under cooperative Act to provide the emergency needs of the SHG women to save them from the

2. As per the grading of the Mandal and VO, Credit Limits will be sanctioned. Accordingly, loans will be sanctioned for Agriculture, Education, Heath, marriages & Income Generative activities.

4. Social Security:

AASARA PENSIONS:

According to G.O.Ms.No.17 and 23 the Government of Telangana, Department of Panchayat Raj, and Rural Development have introduced the Aasara Pensions instead of the existing Social Security Pensions.

The major focus of this scheme is to ensure secure life with dignity for all the poor. This scheme is meant to protect the most vulnerable sections of society, Old age, Widows, Weavers, single Women, Beedi Workers, and Toddy Tappers and Disable persons who have lost their means of livelihood with growing age, in order to support their day-to-day minimum needs.

The Aasara Pension Scheme shall be effective from 1st, October 2014.

Eligibility Criteria :

Sl.No.

Category

Age

Amount

1

Old Age

65 years and above

  Rs. 2,016/- per month

2

Widow

18 years and above

Rs. 2,016/- per month

3

Disabled

in Sadarem

40%  for Other Catgory

 (51% for Hearing Impaired)

Rs. 3,016/- per month

4

Weavers

  50 years and above

  Rs. 2,016/- per month

5

Toddy Tappers

50 years and above

  Rs. 2,016/- per month

6

FA to Single Women

18 years and above (Married Women)

30 years in rural (unmarried)

35 years in Urban

(unmarried)

Rs. 2,016/- per month

7

Beedi Workers

18 years and above

Rs. 2016/- per month

 

 

OAP

Widow

Disabled

Chenetha

Geetha

Beedi

Single Women

  Bodakalu

Total Pensioners

21,989

25,621

10,514

627

402

980

2,495

6

62,634

             Newly Sanctioned Aasara Pensioners Details = 16,023  

5. INSTITUTION BUILDING (IB):

Total number of  7485 SHGs in Wanaparthy District 88256 SHG poor womens are formed as SHGs and 342 vo’s   80% of the SHGs will be brought to A grade and 95% Poorest Of the poor would be brought into SHGs fold by 2022 via actively pursuing the Institution Building strategies aimed at increasing inclusiveness by leveraging on technological interventions that bring in transparency. “among the Rural Women’s.

COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS

CBO Structure.

Poverty eradication through Community-based Organizations:

  • Empowering Women in all aspects
  • To sustain CBOs through training and facilitation
  • Emerging of Social aspects
  • Emerging multiple livelihoods through CBOs
  • Strengthening the Self helps in the preparation of Micro Credit Plans, meeting process, and financial assistance
  • Strengthening the Sub-committee on their roles and responsibilities
  • Strengthening the Social Capital like Bookkeepers, VOAs and community resource persons
  • Strengthening VO/MS through CIF and SHG bank linkage and Streenidhi Assistance 
  • Strengthening the staff on different aspects
  • Conducting weekly and fortnight SHG Live Meetings and monthly twice VO&MMS Meetings.
  • Every year Conduct legal compliance of all registered Societies(General body meetings, Leadership rotation, and returns submitted to DCO every year)

 

6. Livelihoods:

The disadvantaged communities shall be empowered to overcome all social, economic, cultural, and psychological barriers through self-managed organizations. They will attain higher productivity with improved skills and asset base and utilize resources to their full potential and gainful access to services. Our mission is to enable disadvantaged communities to perceive possibilities for change and bring about desired change by exercising informed choices through collective action.

New Enterprises:

New Investment or a newly organized business entirely that is not yet in commercial operation and is consistent with the investment priority areas as defined by the board. A Company divesting into other activities shall also be treated as a new Enterprise. The SHG Women establishing New enterprises with the support of Bank Linkage, Streenidhi and C.I.F each VO to develop 5 to 9 Units. It’s called village outlets and encourages small industries and develop entrepreneurs of SHG Women enterprises cover under services production and trading.

New Enterprise 2022-2023 REPORT

Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty (SERP)

New Enterprise 2022-2023

 

S.

No.

 

Mandal Name

 

No of Enterprises Identified

 

No of Enterprises Moved to Implementation

 

No of Enterprises Grounded

 

 

No of Activities Grounded

 

New Enterpri ses

Expansi on of Existing Enterpri ses

 

Total Enterpri ses

 

 

Complet ed

 

 

Pending

 

 

Complet ed

 

 

Pending

 

 

Productio n

 

 

Service

 

 

Trading

1

Amarachintha

87

13

100

83

17

66

17

1

43

22

2

Atmakoor

102

24

126

125

1

115

10

14

62

39

3

Chinnambavi

143

1

144

120

24

49

71

6

21

22

4

Ghanpur

195

22

217

152

65

104

48

4

35

65

5

Gopalpeta

136

72

208

208

0

151

57

3

53

95

6

Kothakota

217

15

232

160

72

121

39

6

57

58

7

Madanapur

163

9

172

162

10

103

59

4

52

47

8

Pangal

231

16

247

194

53

59

135

0

36

23

9

Pebbair

168

73

241

240

1

171

69

8

66

97

10

Peddamandadi

192

22

214

210

4

184

26

8

70

106

11

Revally

129

3

132

132

0

64

68

2

13

49

12

Srirangapur

83

2

85

85

0

57

28

5

16

36

13

Veepangandla

148

1

149

149

0

149

0

5

60

84

14

Wanaparthy

274

13

287

287

0

114

173

6

71

37

Total

2268

286

2554

2307

247

1507

800

72

655

780

7. GROUNDNUT OIL PROCESSING:

A. UNIT Title of Initiative:

GROUNDNUT OIL PROCESSING UNIT-WANAPARTHY , Wanaparthy mandala Mahila Samkhya.               

Wanaparthy District in southern Telangana is the second-largest producer of groundnut within the State. Prevalent climatic conditions during Rabi such as lower temperatures (less than 35°C); optimally distributed rainfall/ irrigation ensures a 100-day growing season for the crop. At present most of the schemes are aimed at addressing production and yield issues. Processing of groundnut through Cottage/ Small scale Industries has not been attempted either within Wanaparthy or in nearby Districts. Based on a market survey, the groundnut is usually exported through traders after receipt at the market yard. An attempt has been made by the District Administrative through Wanaparthy Mandala Mahila Samakya with the support of ICRISAT to start a Groundnut Processing Unit at Dattaipally village, Wanaparthy District. The area was chosen keeping in mind the large-scale production of groundnut in the present and adjacent villages & to attract the small-scale industries in Rural Areas. Aflatoxin levels are low, oil content is high in the groundnuts of Wanaparthy District.

Dattaipally Groundnut Oil Unit:

The establishment of Ground Nut Oil Processing Unit at Dattaipally Village of Wanaparthy Mandal under the control of Mandala Mahila Samakhya (MMS), Wanaparthy technical Support by ICRISAT, Hyderabad for processing different end products. As proposed by the ICRISAT, Hyderabad the detailed estimation.

The total estimated cost for all proposed activities will be Rs. 40.35 lakh for a period of one year.

8.Paddy Procurement Marketing:

    • Marketing through CBOS provides a set of commodities at the doorstep.
    • Most competitive / Remunerative prices

    •  Immediate payment
    • Avoids Middlemen, Marketing Expenses, freight commission and brokerage curtailed.
    • Get Measurable benefits.

    • Access to financial

    •  Increase confidence level.

Major Activities of Community procurement Activities:

                     1. MSP Operations.

                     2. Direct Marketing.

    • MSP Operations: to provide minimum support price (MSP) to the formers in Rural Areas the IKP, village organization of Self Help Group members are participating in Paddy procurement operations on behalf of Civil Supply.

 

9.Farmer Producer Organization:

Objectives:

The Project goal is to increase the income levels of groundnut farmers by groundnut value chain interventions, and value-addition opportunities for their produce and linking them to markets.

  1. To establish Pilot Processing unit to facilitate value addition Opportunities for the farmers & SHGs and improve dietary diversity
  2. Handholding and mentoring of the farmers & SHGs.

Strategies followed for Agri value chain development:

  • Collectivization of farmers into farmer producer Groups (FPG) and federate them into Farmer Producer Organizations (FPO).
  • Intensive capacity building and information dissemination using technological interventions.
  • Establishing community-based productivity enhancement systems such as Farmer Field Schools (FFS) Custom Hiring Centers (CHCs) and Vegetable nurseries.
  • Ensuring adoption of simple, drudgery reduction machinery
  • Enabling groups to access financial services by partnering with NABARD, SFAC, and commercial banks
  • Mandating primary value addition like sorting, grading, etc at the FPG & FPO level.
  • Creating local value addition infrastructure and Direct Marketing linkages.
  • Creating MIS to capture the journey of this FPG / FPO for a period of 3 years
  • Strengthening of FPO’s secondary Value addition and providing Infrastructure support.
  • Convergence with Govt departments, Start-Ups, and Technical Partners.

We have formed Vana FPO. The FPO comes under 649 Farmers. Till now we are procured 21.66 tones of Mangoes and 10.7 tones of Onions for the coordination of Be’Nisan Farmers producer company, Hyderabad.

FPO.

Food Processing:

Objectives:

The objectives of scheme are to build capability of microenterprises to enable:

  1. Increased access to credit by existing micro food processing entrepreneurs, FPOs, Self Help Groups and Co-operatives;
  2. Integrating with organized supply chain by strengthening branding & marketing;
  • Support for transition of existing 2,00,000 enterprises into formal framework’
  1. Increased access to common services like common processing facility, laboratories, storage, packaging, marketing and incubation services;
  2. Strengthening of institutions, research and training in the food processing sector’ and
  3. Increased access for the enterprises, to professional and technical support.

10.PMFME:

Ministry of food processing Industries(MOFPI) in partnership with the state/UT Governments has launched an all-India Centrally Sponsored PM Formulizations A micro food Processing Enterprises scheme (PMFME) for business support for the upgradation of existing micro food processing Enterprises.  

 

In the 2020-2021 fiscal year, in Wanaparthy District in 13 mandalas 100 entrepreneurs covered seed capital funds worth 39.34 lakhs through PMFME.

11. CUSTOM HIRING CENTRES (CHCS):

A Custom Hiring Centre (CHC) is a convenient, one-stop solution for farm equipment owned and managed by community-based organizations like FPOs/MS/VOs with an objective to meet the local needs of the women farmers and with an intention of drudgery reduction. The center comprises a set of farm machinery, implements, tools, and equipment meant to be rented primarily by small and marginal farmers, women, and agricultural laborers. CHCs Enhance access to good tools, implements, draught power, and machinery services for ensuring quick response and timely operations: land preparation, sowing, inter-cultivation, other crop management, harvesting, and post-harvesting specific to the existing cropping pattern of the cluster. It is proposed to establish the CHCs at the Mandal level to serve a cluster of villages. It is envisaged that an adequately managed CHC should be a self-sustaining business model. From the rental revenue it generates, the manager of the CHC would be able to earn an income, the equipment can be maintained/ repaired/ replaced, and further resources can be procured for the users as per need and requirements. The objective is to keep the inventory of equipment such that there is the optimum usage of the equipment during the season, without letting it remain idle. The ownership of the CHC is vested with the CBOs/FPOs and the day-to-day operations of the CHC may be entrusted to one of the professionals (manager- incentive-based) for smooth operation and sustenance of the revenue model. The equipment is rented out by the FPO/ CBOs. Also, a Proper grievance redressal mechanism is in place. A set of registers and accounting procedures will be maintained at the CHC center to ensure the transparency and tracking of the equipment During the year 2020 – 21 SERP has sanctioned 32 CHCs under NRLM (National Rural Livelihoods Mission) one in each district. seeing the response Stree Nidhi has come forward to sanction from Stree Nidhi. Till now they have sanctioned 26 CHCs and they have agreed to sanction all viable proposals which may be around 100.

Mandal Wise Sanctioned amount NRLM & STHRINIDHI:

Sl.No Mandal Name  Sanction Amount of Rs lakhs
1 Atmakur 22.00
2 Kothakota  22.39
3 Weepanagandla 23.00
4 Ghanpoor 24.15
5 Madanapur 16.05
6 Wanaparthy 16.41
7 Gopalpet  21.41

12.Sriranga Nayaki Chilli Procesing unit at Srirangapur Mandal:

We saw in the earlier chapters that CEF is a fund given along the lines of the Community Investment Fund, and it is meant only for enterprise promotion. It is given to support entrepreneurs with much-needed seed capital for their businesses. Hence, it is important to ensure that CEF is utilized properly. Sringapur Mandal Samakhya received Rs.25 lakes from NRLM for the establishment of a chilli processing unit. The primary goal is to produce natural chilli powder and supply all SHG women.

13. Jansilakshmibai Mahila JLG Group(Lemon Grass Processing unit):

  • Essential oils are compounds extracted from plants. The oils capture the plant’s scent and flavor, or “essence.” Unique aromatic compounds give each essential oil its characteristic essence. Essential oils are obtained through distillation (via steam and/or water) or mechanical methods, such as cold pressing.
  • Essential oils are often used to ease stress, boost mood, relieve pain from headaches and migraines, get a better night’s sleep, quell nausea, and even repel insects. Most essential oils have antiseptic properties as well.
  • Essential oils basically plant extracts. They’re made by steaming or pressing various parts of a plant (flowers, bark, leaves or fruit) to capture the compounds that produce fragrance. It can take several pounds of a plant to produce a single bottle of essential oil.
  • There have been claims made by companies producing essential oil products and their distributors that essential oils are ‘natural’ and therefore are ‘safe to consume. Essential oils are not safe to consume and can cause significant poisoning even if small amounts are ingested.
  • The oil bears the name of the plant from which it is derived; for example, rose oil or peppermint oil. Such oils were called essential because they were thought to represent the very essence of odor and flavor.
  • Essential oil is a natural product extracted from a single plant species. Not all plants produce essential oils, and in the plants that do, the essential oil may be found in the roots, stems, leaves, flowers, or fruits.
  • After extraction, the resulting essential oil is a highly concentrated liquid that contains the aroma and therapeutic properties of the source from which it came. Nothing should be added or removed from this oil if it is to be used in aromatherapy. To achieve maximum therapeutic benefits, essential oils should be exactly as they came from the still – 100% pure and natural, a true essential oil.
  • The lemon grass unit was established under the Tricor fund at Chikaru Chettu Thanda of Peddamandni Mandal. The unit total cost of Rs.18.55 under 60% subsidy received from Rs.11.13 lakhs from Tricor. It is the first sanction of a tribal unit in the entire Telangana State.

14. SADAREM:     

About SADAREM:

The objective of the SADAREM initiative is to create a Dynamic Web enable system for comprehensive access, rehabilitation, and empowerment, through automation, capacity building, assessment of persons with disabilities (PWDs), and maintaining a Decision Support System (DSS).

SADAREM:

Software for Assessment of Disabled for Access, Rehabilitation, and Empowerment (SADAREM) is a web-based software program that allows a scientific assessment of disabilities and it is being implemented across the state of Andhra Pradesh by Society for Elimination for Rural Poverty (SERP) in close coordination with the Women, Child, and Disabled Welfare Department.

The main objective of the SADAREM initiative is to create a Dynamic Web-enabled system for comprehensive access, rehabilitation, and empowerment, through automation, capacity building, assessment of persons with disabilities (PWDs), and maintaining a Decision Support System (DSS).

Main features of SADAREM:

  • Scientific assessment of the degree of the disability is done on the basis of methods and formulas prescribed in the Gazette 2001 issued by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt. of India
  • Generation of a computer-based Disability Certificate with unique ID along with Identity Card.
  • Assessment of needs and maintaining the centralized database. The software will also generate all the details including the support services that the disabled persons are entitled to, based on the need assessment and a record of the services provided from time to time.
  • The database thus generated will be hosted in the Public Domain to enable service providers to reach out to disabled persons. How does it work?

Earlier, doctors used to ascertain the disability of a person based on the guidelines and their discretion. In the current approach (SADAREM), the doctors are instructed to enter only the details of parameters of the person into the system, following which the software automatically assesses the percentage of disability of that particular individual. Accordingly, a computer-generated disability certificate with a unique ID and identity card is issued to the concerned person.

                                          Total assessed:          29,529

                                           Total Eligible        :    18,294

                                           Rejected                 :  11,235

15. HUMAN DEVELOPMENT:

Since its establishment in 2000, SERP, with an objective of poverty alleviation, has mobilized more than 4 million women into multi-layered community thrift and credit institutions, through the collectivization of poor rural women. Over the years, apart from livelihood interventions, SERP has initiated Health, Nutrition, Sanitation, Education, and Gender interventions to improve HD indicators in rural SHG women, under the Human Development component.

Human Development vertical is a significant component in SERP in achieving its poverty alleviation goal. In this endeavour, the unit focuses on enabling institutional platforms to build the capacities of SHG women for improving quality of life by availing government services in health, nutrition, sanitation, safe drinking water, hygiene, etc.,

Presently, under the HD component, there are 4 major interventions i.e., 

1. SHG 2nd meetings (SBCC)

2. Nutri Garden

3. Neighbour Hood Centres(NHCs)

 4. Social Development Fund (SDF)

Neighbourhood Center (NHC):

A Neighbourhood Centre is a place designed to have all members of the community including those with and without disabilities come together and spend time in a relaxed and enjoyable manner.

Functions of Neighbourhood Centres:

  • To serve as a place where persons with and without disabilities can be together.
  • To be a recreation center for persons with and without disabilities of all
  • To function as a place where therapeutic equipment for Physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and so on are available for PwDs who need to use them at the advice of them.
  • To serve as a play center where small children with developmental delays can receive stimulation activities.
  • To function as a referral center for medical, educational, certification, and legal issues for PwDs who approach with queries.
  • To be a place where minor repairs of aids and appliances/assistive devices of the PwDs can be
  • To provide respite care services to parents of young children with developmental 

NUTRI GARDEN:

The quality of life has suffered due to various economic, social, and cultural causes and also lack of dietary diversification for example micronutrient deficiency is common and causes impaired physical and cognitive development. It is required to have access to a perennial supply of vegetables and nutrition.

Kitchen Garden:

The main purpose of a kitchen garden is to provide the family with fresh vegetables rich in nutrients and energy on a daily basis. A well-laid-out kitchen garden helps to meet the entire requirements of fruits and vegetables for a family for the entire year. It is a low-cost sustainable approach for reducing malnutrition, increasing awareness of vegetable production, increasing working hours, and achieving food, nutrition, and economic security. Based on the demand specific training for the kitchen garden shall be promoted.

Supply of green leafy vegetables and perennials: Nutrient-dense plants, comprising a minimum of one tree (perennial) and three green leafy vegetables (GLV) will be supplied to the households in selected villages.

16. Exhibitions:

An initiative of the Government of Telangana supported by Govt of India, to provide a marketing platform to rural entrepreneurs and artisans, exhibition-cum-sale of handicrafts, handlooms, and food products. Our SHG women participated in SARAS exhibition and local Events(Melas) like Independence Day, Republic day, Telangana Formation Day, and NABARD exhibitions.

17. Employment Generation & Marketing Mission (EGMM):

Employment Generation and Marketing Mission

Skill Development Trainings –DRDA, Wanaparthy

Vision: Sustained elimination of poverty of underprivileged Rural Youth, with a Focus on remote areas.

Mission: Employment/Employability enhancement of BPL Rural Youth through Market driven training.

Objective: Articulated by the community one job for every poor family.

About EGMM-EWRC Wanaparthy District:

  • Employment Generation & Marketing Mission (EGMM) implementing the DDUGKY project in Wanaparthy District with the help of District Rural Development Agency (DRDA). Under DDUGKY project EGMM running English Work Readiness & Computer s (EWRC) training programme for rural unemployed youth. Were EGMM-DRDA is providing 90 Days of Training with Free quality and hygienic Food , Accommodation and other facilities like Course material, two pairs of uniforms, shoes, books, Sports material etc.
  • For this training program EGMM-DRDA conducting district level and mandal level mobilization melas with the help of Jobs Resource Persons (JRP’s), field staff of DRDA (SERP), Assistant Project Manager’s (APMs), Community Coordinator’s (CCs), Book Keeper’s, Community Based Organizations, Self Help Group members, Village Organization’s, Mandal Samkhya’s, Zilla Samakhya, and other line departments.
  • At the time of mobilization the staff is interacting with the rural youth and also their parents and explaining about training’s & placements program under DDUGKY project. And also they are explaining how DDUGKY training’s & Placements are benefit for their career growth.
  • Under DDUGKY Project Implementing Agencies (PIA’) like Sri Technologies also providing training to rural unemployed youth in various sectors and the PIA’s also conducing district level and mandal level mobilization melas and visiting the  villages and mandals of district along with their team and interacted with the unemployed youth and registering them to the training center.
  • DDUGKY training centers established with Computers, Projector, UPS, Spaced Accommodation for Trainees with Beds, security surveillance for their security and effective monitoring. Along with the trainees also participating in meditation, indoor,outdoor games, cultural activities and extra circular activities.   
  • After mobilizing the rural unemployed youth a counselling was conducted where the staffs clarifies their all doubts and then the data will be registered in DDUGKY programs as per their interest by EGMM-EWRC Trainers and PIA’s.     
  • In 75 days of district training the EWRC Trainers trained them in Basic English, Communication Skills, Computer Skills, Grooming Skills & retail syllabus as per SOP guidelines and for 15 days training the trainees will be moved to Red Cross Finishing School, their the trainees will visit interviews at Hyderabad in various companies and some time companies also conduct interviews at Finishing School. After screen and interview the trainees got jobs with a good salary.
  • Under DDUGKY Program in Wanaparthy total 700 rural unemployed youth were mobilized from 185 Gram Panchayats (GP) and out of which 346 youth were successful completed their training in various sectors and 300 youth were placed in various companies in Wanaparthy, Mahbubnagar & Hyderabad. And another 35 rural youth were under training.
  • Under DDUGKY program after successful completion of the training in EWRC & other PIA’s the trainees placed in Retail, Hospitality, BPO and other sector companies at Wanaparthy, Wanaparthy &  Hyderabad.
  • The trainees who are placed and got the job now they very happy and also they are sending some salary to their parents.
  • And these trainees are playing key role for their village rural youth and mobilizing them for training center and also for their parents. And their parents also feeling proud that their children’s are in a position to earn some money and helping them. 
  • In this regard we are placing them in  MNC’s so that we are getting best outcomes from the rural youth of our alumnis. It Leeds them a good career path for sustainability.

18. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDU-GKY):

Vision: Transform rural poor youth into an economically independent and globally relevant workforce.

  • The Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD) announced the Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDU-GKY) Antyodaya Diwas, on 25th September 2014. DDU-GKY is a part of the National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM), tasked with the dual objectives of adding diversity to the incomes of rural poor families and cater to the career aspirations of rural youth.
  • DDU-GKY is uniquely focused on rural youth between the ages of 15 and 35 years from poor families. As a part of the Skill India campaign, it plays an instrumental role in supporting the social and economic programs of the government like the Make In India, Digital India, Smart Cities and Start-Up India, Stand-Up India campaigns. Over 180 million or 69% of the country’s youth population between the ages of 18 and 34 years, live in its rural areas. Of these, the bottom of the pyramid youth from poor families with no or marginal employment number about 55 million.
  • The National Policy for Skill Development & Entrepreneurship 2015 [1] has identified a skills gap of 109.73 million in 24 key sectors by the year 2022. This number cannot be achieved without addressing the BoP 55 million from rural India. Also, a FICCI and Ernst – Young study published in 2013 identified a shortage of over 47 million skilled workers across the globe by 2020. This presents an unprecedented opportunity for India to train its BoP youth population and place them in jobs across the world and realize its demographic dividend.
  • DDU-GKY takes pride in its partners and their ability to add value. Innovation from partners is encouraged to build scale and capacity… its unique implementation structure involves partners, who are by nature, committed to changing lives and are experts in their areas, they form a part of the Skilling Ecosystem integrated by DDU-GKY. Partners are supported through investment, capacity building, strategies for retention, linkages to international placement and technology support for training purposes.
  • DDU-GKY is present in 21 States and UTs, across 568 districts, impacting youth from over 6,215 blocks. It currently has over 690 projects being implemented by over 300 partners, in more than 330 trades from 82 industry sectors. Over 2.7 Lakh candidates have been trained and over 1.34 Lakh candidates have been placed in jobs so in the course of the last financial year. From 2012, DDU-GKY has so far committed an investment of more than INR 5,600 Crores, impacting rural youth pan-India.

Summary of the work done in our district under DDUGKY till September 2022:

DDUGKY project is been conducting based on standard operating procedures as per scheme like mobilization of candidates from rural areas

Mobilization:

  • Planning
  • Execution
  • GP structure model based on SECC data

Screening & Selection based on:

  • Screening Test
  • Counselling
  • Selection

Freezing of the Batch:

  • Pre-Requists
  • Resources

To develop a mobilization in proposed area the plan includes areas to be covered and schedule for coverage with the attending.

  • Village level meeting
  • Mandal level meeting

We have identified and mobilize the candidates from identified area. The training center in-charges are collected the socio economic and case senses (SECC) list with Kaushal Panjee Data also for mobilization and for individual growth / Career Prospectus.

Tracking:

After placements all the candidates who are trained under DDU-GKY project should be tracked every month for a period of 1 year as regular bases.

Modes of Tracking:

  • Direct contact with the Alumni
  • Through Employer
  • Through a Friend / Colleague / Family Member
  • Through VLO / GP Member / JRP’s

19. Unnati Project:

EGMM implementation of Unnati project for DDUGKY Beneficiaries:

Where Telangana state has received a target of 7799 under Unnati programme to provide skills based livelihoods under DDUGKY, RSETI & KVK programmes.

Eligible beneficiaries during the month from the households who have completed 100 days of work under MNREGA a programme in the FY 2018-2019 and more beneficiaries for which no restrictions but essentially from 100 days completed house hold only. The DRDO Monitors this mandal wise APO’s, JDM, Panchayat Secretaries and District EGMM Staff identifies the eligible candidates as per target. A report of persons identified with the following details for the trainings will be registered their names in the kaushal pragati portal.

The eligibility and other details explained below

1.The family member of households in age group of 18 to 35 will be eligible for DDUGKY and 18 to 45 will be eligible for RSETI and KVK programmes .

2.The candidate under training will be paid stipend for under training period (Maximum period of 100 days only) and for one programme per household as per the wage rate prevailing in concerned state as per the provisions of the project till Now in Wanaparthy dist.

  • Total Unnati candidates trained in EWRC training center : 64
  • Total Unnati candidates trained in KVK training center : 55
  • Total Unnati candidates trained in NAC training center : 6

EGMM is an Organization which is providing free residential Trainings & provides Placements in private sector to un-employed rural youth.

  • Under DRDA-EGMM one permanent training center established on 02.06.2017 and upto now 246 members trained in Eight batches and job provided to 186 members. At present in Unnathi project 25 members trained in that 15 members placed at Cream Stone company.
  • Conducted Mega-JobMela in the month of Nov’2019 , in this camp attended 2135 members out of that 744 members selected for direct placement.

EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF MGNREGS FOR THE YEAR 2022-23

ORGANOGRAM:

1

Views Submit with justifications on the strength and weaknesses of the MGNREG Act, Schemes and Projects taken under the Act:

  • Unlike other Government Schemes, MGNREGS is an Act that makes a difference at every point of time in delivering better living/goods to the target people. The scheme guaranteed to provide 100 days of wage employment to eligible family members in rural areas. It ensures direct delivery of wages to the wage seekers in time bound manner without any pilferage.
  • The Scheme ensures livelihood through wage employment during the lean season to the Rural Poor. The timely updating of wage rate (including summer allowance), ensures higher rate of earnings to the unskilled rural poor. The major aspect of the Scheme is payment of equal wages for men and women. This feature of the Scheme can be spelled as major breakthrough in addressing Gender equality.
  • Payment of unemployment allowance and compensation for medical emergencies while working shows guarantee of life to the rural poor. Social Audit is another tool for ensuring transparency and accountability.
  • Synergy between various sectors in the Government machinery is addressed through convergence between the Line Departments and MGNREGS. This avoids the duplication and effective implementation of Scheme with coordination.
  • On the part of the limitation, there is need to focus on sustainable asset creation which ensures the Rural Livelihoods on par with providing wage employment.
  • The advent of MGNREGS has an impact on the wage rates in other sectors. Specially, it showed major impact in Agricultural sector. With the high wages the laborers getting through the Scheme, demand for high wages increased in the sector. It would be beneficial for the poor SC/ST and Small & Marginal Farmers if some of the operations in the Agricultural sector included.

               Since 2006, Wanaparthy District has been emphasizing on sustainable Natural Resourse Management through MGNREGS & convergence with numbers of Departments and Schemes. In that journey, the adverse effect of climate change has been addressed by putting intensive effort on water conservation and Harvesting, Promotion of Harticulture and Afforestation (Telangana Ku Haritha Haram), Expansion of Irrigation potential area and development of livelihood support infrastructures.

MGNREGS – At a Glance:

  1. Total No. of Mandals in the District:               14
  2. Total No. of GPs in the District:                        255
  3. Total No.of Habitations in the District:           64

MGRNEGS Information:

  1. No job cards issued (Since Inception):          142410
  2. No of individuals in job cards (Since Inception):     305737

SCs

STs

Others

Total Workers

Women

55516

31339

218882

305737

148903

  1. Total No. of Active Job Cards:               80748
  2. Total No. of Active Workers:               141349

SCs

STs

Others

Total Workers

Women

23538

16188

101623

141349

77816

 

Wage employment provided

Expenditure (Rs.In Lakhs)

No of HH

No of Labour

Wage

Material / Skilled Wage

Contingent Exp

Total

54751

83996

3770.29

1148.61

163.32

5,082.22

Year wise Information:

S. No

Financial Year

Total No.of Man days Generated (in Lakhs)

Total Expenditure

(Rs.in Crores)

1

2016-17

25.84

71.06

2

2017-18

26.07

80.77

3

2018-19

24.49

78.49

4

2019-20

22.97

68.11

5

2020-21

37.87

112.45

6

2021-22

32.01

88.25

7

2022-23

23.18

105.32

 

Average wage rate per day per person

Average No.of days of employment provided per HH

Total No.of HHs completed 100 days

% payments generated within 15 days

Rs. 158.92

42.34

348

71.42

Nursery Status 2021-22:

No. of Panchayats

Nurseries Target for Fresh Raising (In Lankhs)

No. of Seedlings for Which Estimates Generated

(In Lakhs)

Bag Filling Achievement as per Spread Sheet entries

% of Bag filling against target

Online payment against achievement

255

33

33.2

34.33

104.03

34.33

Plantation Target & Achievement-2022-2023:

District Plantation Target
(In Lakhs)

PR&RD
Plantation Target
(In Lakhs)

DRDA 
Plantation Target
(In Lakhs)

No.of Plants Planted (In Lakhs)

% of Achievement

16.00

12.62

10.00

25.10

198.89

Horticulture Target -2022-2023:

District Plantation Target
(In Acres)

No.of Acres Estimation done

No.of Acres Pitting done

No.of Acres Planting done

% of Achievement

1500

1062

505

457

47.55

PPVs Segregation Sheds & Dump Yards Information:

Total No.of GPs

Total No.of Habitations

PPVs
@ One for Habitation

Segregation Shed
@ One for GP

Dump Yard
@ One for GP

Completed

Achievement

Completed

Achievement

Completed

Achievement

255

64

319

100%

255

100%

255

100%

B-PPVs Progress:

Total No. of Mandal

Target BPPV for Mandals

No. of BPPVs land Identified

No. of BPPVs Grounded

 

BPV Completed

14

70

70

2

68

MLAP:

Total No.

of Mandal

Target

(In Kms)

Identified

Grounded

Plantation  Completed against Grounded

% of Identification against target

% of Completion against target

14

250

250

242.83

240.5

100

96.2

NH-44 (MLAP):

Total No. of Mandals & Municipalty

Target

(In Kms)

Identified (No. of Avenue Plants)

Identified (No. of Median Plants)

No. of Pitting done

Avenue (No.)

No. of Planting done

Avenue (No.)

No. of Pitting done

Median (No.)

No. of Planting done

Median (No.)

3

39.3

28996

19222

28885

28885

18994

18280

TKP:

Total No. of GPs & Habitations

Target

GPs & Habitations

Land Identified

% of Identification

No.of TKP Estimates Sanctioned

No.of TKPs Grounded

No.of TKPs Completed

% Achievement

319

319

259

81.19

225

182

153

59.07

Crematoria &RythuVedikas:

Crematoria

Rythu Vedika

Total No.of GPs

Total Works Taken UP

Completed

% of Achievement

Total No.of Sanctioned Clusters

Total Works Taken up

Completed

% of Achievement

255

255

255

100

71

71

71

100

Drying Platforms:

No.of works Sanctioned

No.of works Taken Up

Inprogress

Completed

Total Expenditure (in Lakhs)

No.of works

Expenditure (in Lakhs)

No.of works

Expenditure (in Lakhs)

2043

1162

885

0

277

175.79

175.79

Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin)ODF Plus Model GPs:

Total GPs

No.of GPs Aspiring

No.of GPs Rising

No.of GPs Model

% of Achievement

255

201

0

54

21.17 %

Jal Shakti Abhiyan:

Sanctioned &

Sanctioned Start-up

Completed

Ongoing

Total

4538

11793

3340

19671

CM – Girivikasam:

Sanctioned &

Sanctioned Start-up

Grounded

Balance

Budget Released(in Lakhs)

Expenditure done             (in Lakhs)

912

520

392

500.17

495.85

AMRIT SAROVAR:

NEW PONDS

RENOVATION

TOTAL

Storage Capacity

(in Cum)

Expenditure done             (in Lakhs)

18

57

75

750000

100.80

Village Haat:

Dumping Yard:

DRDA :: MGNREGS WING

Sl. No.

Employment Type

Employee code

Name of the
Employee

Designation

Mobile No.

Remarks

1

GOVT

1747211

P NARASIMHULU

DRDO

9121238786

DRDO

2

GOVT

1738772

P. KRISHNAIAH

ADDL. DRDO(EGS)

9121238815

Addl. DRDO (EGS)

3

GOVT

1748290

SYED RASHEED

SUPERINTENDENT

9121238888

SUPERINTENDENT

4

GOVT

1749732

T SRINIVASA RAO

SENIOR ASSISTANT

9440406642

SENIOR ASSISTANT

5

FTE

CRD/01165

SULTAN SYED

CD-CLRC

8555006893

Assistant PD

5

OUT-SOURCE

OS/00854

B.VENKATAIAH

OTHERS

9121239006

HR Manager

6

OUT-SOURCE

OS/AVO/00001

MA RAHEEM

OTHERS

9121238979

AVO

7

FTE

CRD/00792

V VENKATESHWAR REDDY

TA

9121238999

Plantation Supervisor

8

FTE

CRD/00799

M. VENKATRAMULU

TA

9121238963

CM – Girivikasam

9

FTE

CRD/00926

S. MURALI MANOHAR GOUD

CO & AA

9121238916

Admin Assistant (HR & Fin.)

10

FTE

CRD/01077

P RAMULU

TA

9121238727

Technical Assistant (Works)

11

FTE

CRD/09635

KAVITHA CHINTHA

CO & AA

9121236333

CO TKHH Wing

12

OUT-SOURCE

OS/00404

S.SRINIVAS RAO

OTHERS

9121235999

EGS Assistant (Admin)

13

OUT-SOURCE

Ramesh

IEC Consultant

9121239030

IEC Consultant

14

OUT-SOURCE

MD Fareed

MIS Consultant

9030540143

MIS Consultant

 

T-SERP, DRDA, STAFF DETAILS – ANNEXURE
Sl.
No.
Full Name Designation Cadre Emp.Type Office Mobile
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 K.Renuka Devi Addl.DRDO L5 FTE 8790990779
2 P SRISAILAM DPM(FINANCE) Ministerial staff GOVT 9949093509
3 Mudavath Bashya DPM L4 FTE 8790990543
4 K.Arunamma DPM L4 FTE 8790990559
5 K.Prabhakar DPM L4 FTE 8790990569
6 P.Madhusudhan Reddy APM   HR L3 FTE 8790990705
7 S.Rambabu APM (IB & BL) L3 FTE 8790990515
8 G.Shiva Shanker Adm.Asst Ministerial staff FTE 8790990680
9 M.Charan Kumar Adm.Asst Ministerial staff FTE 9573966166
10 P.Sudheer Adm.Asst Ministerial staff FTE 8374111005
11 P.Chandrashekar Rao CBO Auditor L2 FTE 8978890554
12 V.Parusha Ramulu Paralegal L2 FTE 8790990614
13 N.Srinivasulu Computer Operator Ministerial staff Outsource 7995376923
14 N.Thirupataiah Office.Asset Supporting staff FTE 9573966199

DRDA STAFF:

Sl.No Name of the Officer Designation Place of Working Mobile Number 
1 K NAGARAJU RECORD ASSISTANT DRDA WANAPARTHY  8919534181
2 T VARALAXMI EO(DWACRA) DRDA WANAPARTHY 6305555650
3 T YADAMMA EO(DWACRA)  DRDA WANAPARTHY 6305984339
4 G PRADEEP KUMAR JUNIOR ASSISTANT DRDA WANAPARTHY 9966336624
5 ANJANEYULU GOUD DRIVER  DRDA WANAPARTHY 9502311809