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Search Titles Subjects Organizations Collage. Jawahar Rozgar Yojana: A resume Basic configuration The primary objective of the JRY is to provide days of additional employment per year to atleast one unemployed or under-employed person from every rural household living below the poverty line and seeking employment.

Besides this, the programme aims at : a creation of productive community assets; and b improvement in the overall quality of life in the villages GOI, Some lakh rural poor families are expected to benefit from JRY every year. A total outlay of Rs. The scheme specified a set of allocation rules for distribution of the total JRY funds among states, districts and villages as follows:.

District to VillageIn proportion to the population Panchayatscovered by each panchayat subject to a floor level equal to the alloca-tion for a population of Diversion of funds across districts or villages is not permitted except for additional allocation to districts with better performance. Joint projects between districts or villages however are encouraged when such works may confer benefits on populations from more than one village or district.

Implementation scheme Initial discussions in the workshop focused on clarifying stated and unstated assumptions made by the authors of the scheme regarding various aspects of the implementation of JRY. Some of these can be found in various documents; but some others are not explicitly stated and discussed.

We therefore present in brief how its planners envisaged the JRY would be implemented. Cheques would be jointly signed by the Sarpanch and the panchayat Secretary or one other person specially authorised by the Village Panchayat.

Every payment would need to be authorised in a meeting of the Village Panchayat and the Gram Sabha shall be informed about it in its next meeting. In selecting community works to be taken up by a panchayat, higher priority is to be given to works providing missing infrastructure for poverty alleviation programmes, construction of primary school buildings, and works that may provide maximum direct and continuing benefits to the rural poor and that can be owned by or assigned to groups of beneficiaries to ensure continuing income to the groups.

While preparing annual action plans, completion of incomplete works should be given priority over taking up of new works. No work is to be taken up which cannot be completed within two years. At the village-level, the panchayat will prepare annual action plan.

The size, cost, and nature of the works must be such that they can be executed at the village-level within a period of two years. Priority is to be given to the completion of incomplete works. The annual action plans thus prepared should be discussed and finalised in the meetings of the Village Panchayats concerned. At the village-level, JRY is to be implemented by the village panchayats who will be responsible for planning and execution of various projects under the Yojana.

A committee of each Village Panchayat is envisaged to oversee, supervise, and monitor the implementation of the works under the Yojana.

This committee would include atleast one representative of the weaker sections. In order to ensure social control of the Yojana, meetings of the Gram Sabha are to be held atleast twice a year. The assets created under the Yojana are expected to be taken over by the concerned departments of the state government for maintenance and upkeep.

Where this is not possible, the Village Panchayat will be responsible for the maintenance of the assets with the help of maintenance funds provided under the Yojana.

Monitoring JRY implementation The Committee set up at the Centre to provide overall guidance, lay down guidelines, and undertake continuous monitoring, supervision and evaluation of IRDP will also undertake similar functions in respect of JRY.

A representative of the Central Department of Rural Development would participate in the meetings of this Committee. For effective implementation, physical verification and monitoring is expected to be done by the state, district, sub-division and block-level officers dealing with JRY through field visits to work sites. A schedule of inspections which prescribes the minimum number of field visits for each supervisory-level functionary from the State-level to the Block-level would be approved by the State-Level Co-ordination Committee.

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Template:Use Indian english. The Sampoorna Grameen Rozgar Yojana English : Universal Rural Employment Programme was a scheme launched by the Government of India to gain the objective of providing gainful employment for the rural poor. The programme is self-targeting in nature and aims to provide employment and food to people in rural areas who lived below the poverty line. It aims the implementation of additional employment to under employed persons. Central-state contribution was on the basis of ratio. The urban version of this program was Nehru Rozgar Yojana.


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