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									 Lab-to-Land Initiative

Ministry of Rural Development
    Government of India
       NIRD Workshop
   28th-29th October, 2010
Total Unity

        The TULIP Campaign

     India has a vast array of welfare and development
  programmes to improve the quality of life of the people.
     There is, nevertheless, persistence of poverty and
   unemployment. Besides, the global development gap
     remains wide. Our endeavour is to build a cohesive
   Knowledge & Innovation Community comprising policy
  makers, implementers, academia, financial institutions,
experts, NGOs and international bodies, build collaborations,
overcome the challenges and bridge the global development
                            gap.                             3
Strategic planning to achieve the MISSION
          “Re-design the aircraft while flying"

             Small window of

                                              and challenges

Re-design the aircraft while flying

                          and challenges

The power of alignment

          Four components of strategy
                          Where we aspire to be?

What is our purpose?
                            and challenges

  Strategy making: head in clouds, feet on ground

"Fulfilling the purpose of our existence"


                                            (emotional) energy
                                            – passion
                                                         Creative tension in
                                                          strategy making

       Painful discrepancy
                                            Rational - fact
                                            based assessment

           Current reality
                   Four components of strategy

   1. Define the        2. Assess the       3. Develop           4. Plan
    aspiration             situation        the strategy      implementation

1A What is our
   Purpose?          2A What external    3A What are        4A What is the
                        factors will        potential          detailed
                        impact us?          strategies?        implementati
                                                               on plan?
     GAP &
     Creative        2B Who are our      3B How will we
                        stakeholders?       engage the
     Tension                                stakeholders?
                                                            4B What
                                            How will we        will be
                     2C What are our     3C build our
                        strengths and                          required?
1B Where we aspire                          knowledge and
   to be?               weaknesses?         capabilities?
                                                               How will we
                     2D What do we       3D What are the    4C track and
                        need to learn?      priorities?        measure
          From strategy to implementation plan
                        2.                                              5. Tracking       6. Overall
    1. Strategic                    3. Learning       4. Resources
                    Stakeholder                                             and            plan and
     initiatives                      Agenda             required
                    engagement                                          measuring         milestones


Inter-             Who            What            People             Measurables      Detailed
dependencies                                                         and              activities
should be          When           When            Money              observables
understood                                                           to assess        Points for
                                                  Infrastructure     progress         coordination
                   How            How
                                                                     Methods of       Milestones
                                                                     reviews          and review
                                                                     Methods for
                  Key Success Factors

                              vision for

       Building                                   Committed
      capabilities                                leadership

Infrastructure/                                           Rigorous
  Resources                                                project
  alignment                                              management


   India & World

Development Gap is conspicuous.

     Percentage of Active Population Engaged in Agriculture and
                  Industrial Origin of GDP in 2005
                                                            Active population engaged in agriculture
80                76                77                      Agriculture GDP
70                                                    68    Industry GDP        Source : World Bank, World
                                                                                Development Indicators, 2010
                                                            Services GDP                        58
                                                                           47        49
50                                                         Large skill
                                                           gap for                        40
                                                 30        people to                                      29
             23                22                          non-
20                                                         agriculture                               18
                                                           vocations            11
10                     4                 5                 need to be
       1 1                 1                 2             bridged



Productivity per Worker (US $) in Agriculture

                        There is a massive gap in
                        rural development between
                        India and others which calls
                        for a drive for faster growth.

Source: WDR 2010

Rank Countries                    Amount
  #1   India:        41.01 % of world's poor
  #2   China:        22.12 % of world's poor
  #3   Nigeria:       8.03 % of world's poor
  #4   Pakistan:      3.86 % of world's poor
  #5   Bangladesh:    3.49 % of world's poor
  =6   Brazil:        1.82 % of world's poor
  =6   Ethiopia:      1.82 % of world's poor
  #8   Indonesia:     1.49 % of world's poor
  #9   Mexico:        1.43 % of world's poor
 # 10 Russia:         0.99 % of world's poor
GDP (PPP) in current US$ billion

  Source: IMF
Internal Challenges

  Projection by National Commission on Population
                    2011 to 2026
      Huge numbers of youth will be joining the workforce that may
      swell the pool of unemployed.
120                     7.8
                                                              Age group

 80                                              95.7          Above 65
                      85.1         90.8
         78                                                    15 to 65
                                                               Below 15

 20     34.7           34          33.7          32.7          Figures in crores
       2011          2016          2021         2026
Rural-Urban Divide

Occupational Structure undergoes a major shift with

               No of Workers in crores

Imbalance in Distribution: Despite engaging 96% of the workers,
          unorganized sector’s share in GDP is only 58%

                            SDP vs. Population of States : More populous states do not
                               have more income, but have faster growing population.
SDP Rs in crores, 2006-07


                                                            TN      AP
                                                     Guj                   WB          UP

                                   Haryana   Ker            Raj
                                        Ch                 MP
                                                   Ori                   Bihar
                                       Assam Jha

                                                                 Population in ‘000         25
Imbalances in Development

Regionwise spread of Industries in Maharashtra
Growth Rate Targets in 11th Plan

                                                    Services          Industry      Agriculture

                                   9.11 %                                        28.4
                                                          A large part of
                                                          work force is
                                                          trapped in low         19.5
                                                          income farm

                                   10.11 %   25.8
                                   4%        17

                                             GDP                             Employment

80      74               There is heavy dependence on agriculture which highlights the need for
70                       diversification to industry and services sector.
                         Figures in %
50                                                 1972-73
40                                                                        2001-02
                                                                                                       Source : NSSO
30                                     12.6
                                                                                      10.5                                          8.1
                                      9.4                             4.5                                   3.5                   7.8
10                                                                                  5
                                                                    1.8                                   1.8
                                       Manufacturing, Mining, EGW


                                                                                    Trade and Hotels

                                                                                                         Transport, Storage and
     Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing

                                                                                                                                   Other Services
             and Hunting

          Quality of Human Resources : Educational level

Total: 858.2
million (Age
7 years &

                        Health Status of Population

              Health Indicator                       Urban Rural Total
Crude Birth Rate per 1000                             19.1   25.6   23.8
Crude Death Rate per 1000                              6     8.1    7.6
Infant Mortality Rate                                  40     64    58
Under five mortality Rate (per 1000 live births)                    74
Maternal Mortality Rate (per one lakh live births)                  450
% of anemic children (< 3 years)                      72.7   82.1   79.2
% of anemic pregnant women                            54.6    59    57.9
% of cases treated in Government Hospital             38.2   41.7   40
Average medical expenditure (Rs) per                  3877   3238
hospitalization case in government hospital

 S.     Category     Size of    No. of       %     Total area    %      Average
No.                 Holdings   holdings            operated                area
                     ( h.a.)   (million)            (million            operated
                                                     h.a.)             per holding

1       Marginal   0-1.0       75.41       62.3    29.81        18.7   0.40

2       Small      1.0-2.0     22.70       19.0    32.14        20.2   1.42

3       Semi-      2.0-4.0     14.02       11.8    38.19        24.0   2.72

4       Medium     4.0-10.0    6.58        5.5     38.22        24.0   5.81

5       Large      10 and      1.23        1.0     21.07        13.2   17.12

Total                          119.23      100.0   159.44       100.0 1.33
      No. of Landless Agricultural Labourers

        The numbers of
100     assetless poor is rising
80                                               73.7

60                                        55.4
                                   47.1                        No in million
40                         31.5
      1881   1921   1951   1961    1971   1981   1991   2001

Limited Irrigation forces people out of farm job

  Although 44.3% of gross cropped area is
  irrigated, not more than 25% of cultivable
 land can be used to grow two or more crops
during the year. This means that 75% of land
    remains uncultivated for 3 to 4 months
    resulting in seasonal unemployment in

                     High & Growing Poverty
Dandekar & Rath :”Urban poor are only an overflow of rural poor into the urban
area. Fundamentally, they belong to the same class as the rural poor.”

Figures in million

Backlog of unemployment during the First Plan was 5.6 million. This grew to
     35 million in Eleventh Plan. With labour force growing faster than
                 employment, unemployment has expanded

       Unemployment %                              Rate of Growth %
             (CDS basis)                               (1999-2005)

         Employment Scenario – 11th Plan

• Total job requirements       Annual Employment Growth
  during 11th Plan is 100      1999-2005 in %
• Planners aim to provide 65
  million additional
  employment opportunities.
• This requires non-
  agriculture employment to
  grow by 5.8 % p.a.

A near doubling of growth in agriculture is necessary
        to ensure inclusive and faster growth

                                                CAGR %

                    Industrial Structure
Considering that workforce is huge (over 450 million), many more factories
are required to be set up to create industrial employment and achieve self

Although there are more factories in non-corporate sector, capital is
 concentrated in corporate sector which is highly capital intensive.

   Industrial Growth: Investment in industrial sector has
soared. However, growth in employment is not commensurate.

      Figures in million hectares, 1999-2000

                                                                                             Permanent pastures and

                                                                                                  grazing land
                                                 Total Area 329 million ha


                                                                                             Culturable waste lands, etc.

                                                                                             Fallow lands
                                                                                             Barren land, not available

                                                                                                  for cultivation

                                                                                             Area sown more than once
                                                                             69              Area under forests
                                                                                             Net area sown
190                                                                                          Gross cropped area

   Tree cover has rapidly declined with deforestation resulting in soil erosion, heavy
siltation of dams and rivers, greater frequency and intensity of floods, and changes in
  climatic conditions. It has added to the suffering of the women, children, landless,
 marginal and small farmers by causing a crisis of water, fuelwood and fodder. With
   shortage of fuelwood, precious organic manure is lost as people are forced to use
                          cowdung as their main source of fuel.

                             Tree cover % of total geographical area of the

                              Land Degradation & Soil Erosion
Figures in million hectares

India is one of the wettest countries in the world, but it is not
   able to hold all the water it receives. A large part of the
  monsoon water disappears into the sea as surface run off.

                               • Total precipitation : 400 mhm
                               • Water use: 80 mhm
                               • Even the maximum use of water
                                 supply of 105 million ha meters
                                 by 2025 will be inadequate to
                                 meet the water demand of the

Wells and Tubewells are the dominant sources of irrigation
                    Area in million hectares

     Vast scope for Land Development by converting fallows

                        Area (million Ha) 2002-3
18       17.44

16                                                    15.24
14                                  13.24
     Current Fallow   Fallow   Culturable Waste     Barren &
                                     land          Unculturable
Statewise Electricity Consumption 2003-04, giga watt hrs

               Electricity consumption across states varies
               widely reflecting the regional imbalance in
               infrastructure development.

Mitigating Climate Change by Meeting Energy Demand through
                  Renewable Energy Sources

Source                  Available Potential   Exploitation
Bio-gas plants          12 million            3.2 million
Biomass-based power     19,500 MW             384 MW
Efficient wood stoves   120 million           33.9 million
Solar energy            20 MW/sqkm            1.7 MW/sqkm
Small Hydro             51,000 MW             1400 MW
Wind Energy             45,000 MW             1370 MW
Energy from wastes      1700 MW               16.2 MW

Rs crore

Total Credit: 27,58,069 crores

Statewise Distribution Bank Deposit & Credit,
                  June 2009

      Central & State Government Expenditure : 2007-08
Total : Rs. 9,67,881 crore

Scientific & Technical Human Resources

Meeting the Challenges with a new
        Vision for Change


Build a Knowledge & Innovation Community of all stakeholders in development
including policy makers, implementers, financial institutions, academia, NGOs,
experts and international organizations.

Achieve a complete understanding among stakeholders for full achievement of all
programme objectives under implementation in rural areas – (employment,
income, health, education, women, children, food security, agriculture, watershed,
water, forests, electricity, roads, land records, etc.)

Trigger a development process which ensures broadbased improvement in the
quality of life of people especially the poor, SCs/STs, OBCs, minorities and women.

Focus on faster and more inclusive growth.
                     FROM VISION TO REALITY

                                                 Executing:             Goals
                                              Doing & Checking
                      Setting Standards                                           Transforming
                       & Commitment
             Stakeholders            Norming

Generating           Storming


                                Ministry of Rural Development
                                    Government of India
Involvement : From
Ministry to Beneficiaries
Gaining Commitment for Change
Change is unlikely to be implemented successfully with sustained
outcomes without sufficient commitment from the people impacted.

The Commitment Curve is a tool to assess levels of commitment
amongst people impacted and develop sufficient support to achieve
successful implementation. It can be used with individuals or groups of
people. It suggests that commitment develops in several stages over time
through exposure and involvement:

Awareness & understanding - as people become aware of the
change they want to know more and understand what it means for them

Engagement is the stage where people see the benefits and want to get
involved in making it happen

Commitment comes with that involvement and adoption of the change.
Stakeholders Management: Energy vs. Commitment matrix
Development Planning by PRIs on matters in Eleventh
Schedule (Article 243G) of Constitution
1.   Agriculture, including              9. Khadi, village and cottage
     agriculture extension                  industries.
2.   Land improvement,                   10. Rural housing.
     implementation of land              11. Drinking water.
     reforms, land consolidation and     12. Fuel and fodder
     soil conservation.
                                         13. Roads, culverts, bridges, ferries,
3.   Minor irrigation, water                 waterways and other means of
     management and watershed                communication.
                                         14. Rural electrification, including
4.   Animal husbandry, dairying and          distribution of electricity.
                                         15. Non-conventional energy
5.   Fisheries.                              sources.
6.   Social forestry and farm forestry   16. Poverty alleviation programmes.
7.   Minor forest produce                17. Education, including primary and
8.   Small scale industries, including       secondary school.
     food processing industries.         18. Technical training and vocational
                                             training                         71
Development Planning by PRIs on matters in Eleventh
Schedule (Article 243G) of Constitution

19.   Adult non-formal education          28. Public distribution system.
20.   Libraries.                          29. Maintenance of community
21.   Cultural activities.                    assets.
22.   Markets and fairs.
23.   Health and sanitation, including
      hospitals, primary health centres
      and dispensaries.
24.   Family welfare.
25.   Women and child development.
26.   Social welfare, including welfare
      of the handicapped and
      mentally retarded.
27.   Welfare of the weaker sections,
      and in particular, of the
      Scheduled Caste and the
      Scheduled tribes.
                         Eleventh Plan Targets
S. No. Target Category                           Description
1      Income and        i. 9% GDP growth rate
       Poverty           ii.4% Agriculture growth rate
                            Create new work opportunities
                         iv.Reduction of educated unemployment to less than
                         v. Reduction in poverty by 10%
2      Education         i.     Reduction in drop-out rate to 20% (elementary
                         ii.    Ensure quality education and ensure minimum
                                standard of educational attainment
                         iii.   Increasing literacy rate to 85%(7 years +)
                         iv.    Reducing gender gap in literacy by 10% points
                         v.     Increasing higher education enrolment to 15%

                       Eleventh Plan Targets

S. No.    Target Category                        Description

3        Health             i.     Reduction in IMR to 28
                            ii.    Reduction in MMR to 1 per 1000 live births
                            iii.   Reduction in Total Fertility Rate to 2.1
                            iv.    Clean drinking water to all – no slip backs
                            v.     Child (0-3 yrs) malnutrition to be halved
                            vi.    Anemia among women and children to be

4        Women and          i. Raise Sex ratio to 935 for 0-6 yrs age group
         Children           ii. Ensure 33% beneficiaries of government
                                 schemes are women and girl children
                            iii. Ensure no compulsion to child labour and
                                 enjoyment of safe childhood

                              Eleventh Plan Targets
S. No.      Target Category                              Description

5        Infrastructure         i.     Ensure electricity connection to all villages and
                                       BPL households
                                ii.    Ensure reliable power
                                iii.   Expand irrigation coverage
                                iv.    Ensure all weather road connection to all
                                       habitations with 1000 and above population (500
                                       and above in hilly and tribal areas)
                                v.     Connect every village by telephone and provide
                                       broadband connectivity to all villages
                                vi.    Provide housesites to all and to houses to all poor

6        Environment            i. Increase forest and tree cover by 5% points
                                ii. Clean river waters
                                iii. Increase energy efficiency by 20 % points

                      Strategic Thrust Areas
   Governance :             Infrastructure:          People’s
  Transparency &            Power, Roads,       Institutions: Gram
                                                Sabha, NGOs, JMFCs,
   Accountability            Housing, ICT        Youth Clubs, CRPs

Natural Resources :      Skill Development,
  Land & Water                                 Financial Inclusion &
                           Employment &
  Management                                       Bank Credit

    Marketing               Safe Childhood

  Environment:            Health : Access to
                                                    Education :
Forest, Clean Air &      Food, Immunization,
                                                Literacy & School
 Water, Sanitation         Drinking Water ;
                             IMR, MMR,                                 76
#     Key Result         Actions Required                       Success Indicators
1 Governance:       i. Proactive disclosure           i.    Performance reports disseminated
    Transparency    ii. RTI compliance                      periodically
    and             iii. Sevottam compliant           ii. Working toll free helpline
    Accountabilty         Citizen’s Charter and       iii. Public assistance through ICT
                          Grievance Redress                 based Information Services Center
                          Mechanism                   iv. No of Gram Sabhas energized
                    iv. Democratic planning for       v. Time bound redressal of
                          village development               complaints and delivery of services
                    v. Social Audit campaign          vi. Community Resource Person /
                    vi. Training of elected PRI             Vigilance & Monitoring Committee
                          representatives and               / Volunteers Trained and Activated
                          officials                   vii. Operational computer center for
                    vii. Data entry & uploading             data management
                          in MIS                      viii. E office (less paper office) adopted
                    viii. Install Project Signboard   ix. Trained & courteous staff
                          in National and Local       x. UID issued to all
                          Language at project site    xi. % of projects with signboards of
                    ix. Media Meetings                      proper specification
                    x. NGOs partnerships              xii. Timely data capture and record
                    xi. Regular Inspections                 maintenance
                                                      xiii. No of inspections               77
                                              Citizen’s Charter
Sl.         Service              Success      Service     Unit   Weight     Data      Excellent   Very   Good   Fair   Poor
No.                             Indicator    Standard                      Source       100%      Good   80%    70%    60%

1     Provision of Old         Frequency     Due Date     %
      Age and widow                          every
      Pension                                month
      Sanction of new          Turn around   15 days      %
      cases                       time
2     Selection of IAY         Frequency     Yearly       %
      Release of Funds to      Turn around   15 days      %
                                                                           Files /
      IAY beneficiaries           time
3     Preparation of           Frequency     Yearly       %                / data
      Village                                                              base /
      Development Plans                                                   records/
4     Inspection of            Frequency     Weekly       %
5     Data entry &             Turnaround    1 day of     %
      uploading for               Time       data
      management of                          generation
Grievance Acknowledgment /Redress Time

No    Response to              Indicator     Service
      Grievance                              Standard
1     Provision of relief to   Response      7 days
      aggrieved person(s)      Time
             Grievance Redress Process

• Name/Type of Office:
• Contact details :
  –   Name
  –   Designation
  –   Contact No
  –   Postal Address
  –   Email address
• Grievance registration process : through
  helplines, CPGRAMS or State level Online System
• Timeline for response: acknowledgment (3
  working days) and redress (7 working days)
   Bharat Nirman Volunteers : Developing local
         human resources for rural development

Rural Households :          Request for & delivery       Bharat Nirman
  Target for delivery of       of information &           Volunteers:
 services under the rural    programme services      Persons in village who have
development programmes                                desire to engage in rural
                                                      development voluntarily.

             Government :
         Provider of services under
             rural development
                programmes                                                  80
#   Key Result           Actions Required                        Success Indicators

2 Infrastructure i.    Establish BNRGSK                  i.    Achieve programme objectives
                 ii. Ensure electricity connection to          of Rajiv Gandhi Vidyutikaran
                       all villages and BPL households         Yojana, Solar Mission, NRES,
                 iii. Ensure reliable power                    IREDA, PSSS, MGNREGA, AIBP,
                 iv. Expand irrigation coverage                RKVY, RIDF, PMGSY, CSC, NeGP,
                 v. Ensure all weather road                    IAY, Land Reforms, PSSS, TPDS
                       connection to all habitations     ii. No of BNRGSK operationalised
                       with 1000 and above               iii. % of villages electrified
                       population (500 and above in      iv. No of IREDA projects
                       hilly and tribal areas)           v.    % of villages connected by road
                 vi. Connect every village by            vi. No of ICT centers
                       telephone and provide             vii. % of houseless families
                       broadband connectivity to all           provided homestead land and
                       villages                                houses
                 vii. Set up ICT centers                 viii. % of gross cropped area under
                 viii. Provide housesites and houses           irrigation
                       to all poor                       ix. No of GP offices with Post
                 ix. Set up Post Office Extension              Office counters
                       counters in GPs                   x.    No of GPs handling PDS outlets
                 x. Establish PDS outlets in GPs                                       81
#   Key Result              Actions Required                         Success Indicators
3 People’s     i.      Mass awareness generation and           i.    Achieve programme
  Institutions         organization of effective Gram                objectives of NYKs, ICDS,
                       Sabhas                                        MGNREGA, NRLM, SGSY,
                 ii. Identification and organization of              Education, Health, TSC,
                       community resource persons, SHGs,             IWMP
                       youth volunteers, users’ groups,        ii. No of village level IEC and
                       consumer groups, Watershed                    training workshops held
                       Committees, JMFCs, Vigilance and        iii. Cohesion in Gram Sabha/
                       Monitoring Committees, Social Audit           PIs
                       Committees, Peoples’ Action Groups,     iv. Decision making in Gram
                       Mothers’ Committees, Parents                  Sabha / PIs
                       Committees, Health & Sanitation         v.    % of projects selected by
                       Committees                                    PIs
                 iii. Training of identified individuals and   vi. % of projects inspected by
                       groups, dalits and STs                        PIs
                 iv. Hold village level quiz contests          vii. % of projects covered
                 v. Prepare village development plan                 under social audit
                 vi. Facilitate monitoring and audit of        viii. Survival of trees planted
                       programmes by people                    ix. Village sanitation quality
                 vii. Evaluation of performance by             x.    No of persons awarded
                       individuals and groups                  xi. No of quiz competitions 82
                 viii. Recommendation for reward and
#   Key Result   Actions Required                      Success Indicators
4 Natural    i. Develop land           i.     Denuded land area treated (ha)
  Resources  resources                 ii.    Increase in land productivity
  Management                           iii.   Area of culturable wastelands developed (ha)
                                       iv.    New land area brought under cultivation (ha)
                                       v.     No of farmers reporting application of
                                              organic manure, vermicompost, nadep, or
                                              non-chemical control of pests
                 ii. Develop water     i.     No of water bodies rejuvenated
                 resources             ii.    Water area rejuvenated (ha)
                                       iii.   Area in ha of new water bodies created
                                       iv.    Water area under fisheries
                                       v.     Increase in irrigated area (ha)
                 iii. Develop forest   i.     Area brought under biomass conservation
                                       ii.    Area brought under afforestation
                 iv. Develop           i.     No of improved breed of poultry
                 livestock &           ii.    No of improved breed of dairy
                 fisheries             iii.   No of improved breed of piggery
                                       iv.    No of improved breed of goatery
                                       v.     No of improved breed of fish stocked
Increasing Agriculture Production
    Land to the Tiller

    Integrated management of land and water resources

    Improved Seeds





    Plant Protection




    Remunerative prices                                 84
#    Key Result      Actions Required                          Success Indicators

5            Skill   i. Work with RSETIs   i.      Complete identification of organizations for
    development,     and collaborate               collaboration
     employment      with organizations    ii.     Complete skill requirement identification
                     developing skills     iii.    No of persons trained in new skills
      and income
                     and needing skilled   iv.     No of trained persons placed in regular
                     personnel                     employment
                     ii. Provide      i.           % of households completing 100 days
                     employment under ii.          % of timely wage payment
                     MGNREGA          iii.         No of persondays generated
                                      iv.          No of households provided work
                     iii. Form SHGs        i.      No of SHGs/micro-enterprises formed
                     /micro-enterprises,   ii.     No of bankable projects identified
                                           iii.    No of SHGs/micro-enterprises financed
                     arrange bank          iv.     Bank credit mobilized (Rs)
                     finance, provide      v.      Procurement of equipment, spare parts, raw materials
                     training, produce,            (Rs) for production
                     sell, repay bank      vi.     Training on business management to beneficiaries/SHGs
                     dues                  vii.    Volume of goods produced
                                           viii.   Sale proceeds (Rs)
                                           ix.     Profit earned and distributed (Rs)
                                           x.      Bank repayment (Rs)
#   Key Result        Actions                         Success Indicators
      Areas          Required
6        Financial i. Strengthen   i.    Hours spent per week in banks to provide
    Inclusion and relationship           assistance to banks in document processing
      Bank Credit with bankers     ii. No of seminars and workshops for Bankers on
                                         Lead Bank Scheme for District Development
                                   iii. Complete service area credit plan
                                   iv. No of Business Correspondent functional
                                   v.    Enumeration of defaulting debtors
                                   vi. Bank dues recovery (Rs)
                                   vii. Blood donation camps held with banks
                                   viii. Reward to best borrowers of BPL group / farmers
                                         / entrepreneurs
                                   ix. No of BLCC meetings held
                                   x.    Reward to best banker
                   ii. Develop     i.     No of marketable goods and services identified
                   portfolio of    ii.    No of borrowers trained
                   bankable        iii.   No of projects sponsored
                                   iv.    No of projects financed
                   projects and
                                   v.     No of households financed
                   sponsor to
                   banks for
                   financing                                                        86
# Key Result      Actions Required                          Success Indicators

7 Marketing i. Product promotion           i.     Promote products – internet, media,
               and market survey                  hoardings
                                           ii.    Complete identification of Place of sale
                                           iii.   Complete identification of customers
                                           iv.    Complete determination of Price
                                           v.     Quantity of orders obtained
               ii. Arrange logistics for   i.     Complete identification of means of delivery
               sales & e marketing                and despatch of products to markets
                                           ii.    Engage truckers / carriers
                                           iii.   Book warehouses near place of sale
                                           iv.    Insure products
               iii. Engage with sales      i.     No of distributors / wholesalers /sales agents
               agents/wholesalers /               / contracted
               distributors                ii.    Quantity of Products delivered
                                           iii.   Amount received from customers
                                           iv.    Amount of credit sales
                                           v.     Turnover Ratio : Sales/Assets
                                           vi.    Profit Ratio: Profit/Sales
#   Key Result               Actions Required                       Success Indicators

8     Safe and i. Develop database of children and            i.     MIS for children
     enjoyable     identify vulnerable children                      developed
     childhood ii. Ensure antenatal care by special health    ii.    Achieve objectives of
                       and nutrition support to pregnant             ICDS, MGNREGA,
                       mothers                                       NRLM /SGSY, MDM,
                 iii. Arrange for child immunization                 NRHM, JSY, ICPS, KSY,
                 iv. Provide supplementary nutrition                 NPAG, Dhanalakshmi,
                 v. Provide school mid-day meal                      SABLA, KGBV, Girls
                 vi. Hold meeting with mothers and parents           Hostels, etc.
                       to prevent school drop out
                 vii. Identify anaemic children and provide
                       them vitamin/iron fortified diet
                 viii. Ensure employment under MGNREGA to
                       parents/guardians of malnourished
                 ix. Prevent child labour by bringing such
                       children to school
                 x. Hold baby shows
                 xi. Screen children films
                 xii. Organize sports and competitions for
#    Key Result           Actions Required                  Success Indicators

9        Gender 1. Improve female literacy           Achievement of objectives of
    empowerment 2. Improve health of pregnant        programmes of NLM, NRHM, ICDS,
                       mothers                       IAY, JSY, MGNREGA, NRLM, PDS,
                   3. Improve sex ratio of 0-6 years STEP, KSY, NPAG, SABLA,
                       age group                     Dhanalakshmi, KGBV, Girls Hostels,
                   4. Ensure minimum 33 %            TSC
                       beneficiaries of programmes 1. % of BPL women getting
                       to be women                       pension
                   5. IAY houses in name of women 2. No of hostels for women
                   6. Form and finance women         3. Drop out rate of girl child
                       SHGs                          4. Area under fuelwood
                   7. Improve girl child school          plantation
                       enrolment                     5. No of SHGs financed
                   8. Provide widow pensions         6. Bank deposit of SHGs
                   9. Set up women’s hostels         7. Bank credit to SHGs
                   10. Take up plantation of
                       fuelwood on wastelands
                   11. Training for employment for
#    Key Result                 Actions Required                       Success Indicators

10 Environment 1. Hold meetings of technical departments          i.    Area planned for
                       involved in tree plantation and draw up          afforestation
                       advance plantation plan for next year      ii. Area under forest
                       before end September – where, when,              cover
                       how, how much, who                         iii. No of trees planted
                  2.   Identify forest land without tree cover or iv. No of fruit trees
                       low crown density                                planted
                  3.   Develop nurseries for plants at least a    v.    No of fruit trees
                       year before plantation                           distributed to IAY
                  4.   Take up plantation at the onset of               beneficiaries
                       monsoon                                    vi. No of fruit trees
                  5.   Watch and ward of new plantations                distributed to rural
                  6.   Supply fruit tree saplings to IAY                households
                       beneficiaries, rural households for        vii. No of campaigns
                       plantation on own lands and public lands         against open
                       with usufructuary rights                         defecation
                  7.   Conduct campaign for proper waste          viii. No of household
                       management and against open                      latrines constructed
                       defecation                                 ix. No of Nirmal GPs
                  8.   Provide household latrines along with                           90
                       fruit trees for plantation.
#     Key                 Actions Required                          Success Indicators
11   Health i.      Assess current levels of IMR, MMR,       i.    Achieve objectives of NRHM,
                    child malnutrition (0-3 years), access         AYUSH, MGNREGA, NDWM,
                    to safe drinking water, anaemia,               ICDS, JSY, NSAP, RKS, TSC
                    fertility rate                           ii. % of persons with anaemia
              ii. Identify water quality problem             iii. No of villages not covered by
                    villages                                       DW
              iii. Organize health camps at MGNREGA          iv. No of health camps held at
                    worksites to provide health support            MGNREGA worksites
              iv. Identify vulnerable persons and            v.    % of malnourished children
                    families                                       (0-3 years)
              v. Provide drug protection                     vi. Infant Mortality Rate (IMR)
              vi. Provide counseling for health &            vii. Maternal Mortality Rate
                    hygiene                                        (MMR)
              vii. Provide drinking water by                 viii. Fertility rate : number of
                    handpumps, tankers, sanitary wells             children /number of women
              viii. Provide iron supplements to              ix. % of households with
                    anaemic persons at MGNREGA                     malnourished children
                    worksites                                      provided work under
              ix. Promote family planning measures                 MGNREGA
                    at MGNREGA worksites                                                 91
#    Key Result          Actions Required                       Success Indicators

12    Education i.      Improve adult literacy         i.    No of adult literacy classes held
                  ii. Prepare and distribute primers         at MGNREGA worksites
                        for non-literates              ii. No of literacy primers prepared
                  iii. Hold literacy classes           iii. No of literacy primers
                  iv. Improve school enrolment –             distributed
                        primary, secondary, tertiary   iv. Literacy % (7 years & above)
                  v. Improve quality of education –    v.    Middle school drop out rate
                        hold weekly tests at schools   vi. High school drop out rate
                        and declare results by next    vii. No of trees planted at school
                        week                           viii. No of weekly tests held
                  vi. Evaluate teachers through        ix. No of teachers rewarded
                        parents’ polls                 x.    Achievement of objectives
                  vii. Grade teachers and reward             under SSA, RMSA, MDM, KGBV,
                        outstanding teachers every           MODEL Schools, Girls Hostels
                  viii. Plantation of fruit trees at
                        school campus
                  ix. Develop play ground and
                        sports facilities at School

 Objective                 Actions                        Success Indicators

 Evaluation of   i. Identify     independent i. Independent evaluators selected
Interventions    evaluators
  & Award for
   GPs, SHGs,    ii. Carry out impact study &    ii. Annual report, impact study & social
  CRPs, NGOs,    social audit of GPs             audit completed
                 iii. Rank the Projects / GP /   iii. Project /GP/CRP /NGO/Banks/SHGs
                 CRPs /NGOs /Banks/SHGs          ranking completed

                 iv. Organize annual award       iv. Fix date, venue, VIP invitees,
                 function for GPs, Bankers,      program
                 NGOs, CRPs, SHGs
                                                 vi. Hold film shows, exhibitions,
                                                 presentation of success stories and
                                                 experience sharing, consolidation of

                                                 vii. Distribute Awards (cash awards,
                                                 foreign visits)
             Performance Evaluation Format for
              Knowledge & Innovation Awards
Objectives   Actions To    Success    Weight   Previous   Target   Achievement   Percent
  /Key       be Taken     Indicator             Year’s                             (col
 Result                                         Value                            7/col6)
    1            2           3          4         5         6          7               8

       Start Up             Execution              Harvest

• Identify District &         Incubation        • Reward and
  Block                          Stage            Felicitate
• Identify                                      • Document
  Stakeholders          • Training of             processes and
                          stakeholders in         results
• Map Stakeholders’
  interest and            Block                 • Benchmark,
  engage                • Agree on Key Result     Disseminate,
                          Areas, Actions,         Expand
• Communicate,
  Cooperate &             Milestones, Success
  Commit                  Indicators
                        • Implement                 Post-Incubation
     Pre-Incubation     • Reflect, Adjust and            Stage
          Stage           Standardize

            SELECTED DISTRICTS/BLOCKS in 2010-11

Sl. No.                 State        District             Block
1         Andhra Pradesh        Rangareddy      Manchal
                                Warangal        Parvathagiri
2         Arunachal Pradesh     Papumpare       Doimukh
3         Assam                 Kamrup          Dimoria
4         Bihar                 Patna           Maner
                                Vaishali        Hazipur
                                Nalanda         Biharsherif
                                Bhojpur         Koilwar
                                Begusarai       Barauni
                                Jahanabad       Jahanabad Sadar
5         Chattisgarh           Dhamtari        Dhamtari
6         Goa                   North Goa       Pernam
7         Gujarat               Sabarkantha     Prantij
8         Haryana               Karnal          Karnal
                                Mahendergarh    Mahendergarh
                      SELECTED DISTRICTS/BLOCKS
Sl. No.                 State              District           Block

9         Himachal Pradesh         Solan              Kandaghat
10        Jammu & Kashmir          Jammu              Akhnoor
11        Jharkhand                Dhanbad            BaliapurW
12        Karnataka                Devanagere         Harihar
13        Kerala                   Kollam             Sasthamcotta
14        Madhya Pradesh           Jabalpur           Patan
                                   Satna              Majhgavan
15        Maharashtra              Wardha & Sangli    Deoli
16        Manipur                  Thoubal            Kakachin
17        Meghalaya                Ribhoi             Umsning
18        Mizoram                  Kolasib            Thingdawl
19        Nagaland                 Kohima             Jakhama RD Block
                       SELECTED DISTRICTS/BLOCKS

Sl. No.                   State             District           Block
20        Orissa                    Cuttack,           Kantapada, Raruan,
21        Punjab                    Fatehgarh Sahib    Kheri
22        Rajasthan                 Bhilwara           Sawana
23        Sikkim                    South District     Jorethang
24        Tamil Nadu                Villupuram         Olakkur
25        Tripura                   West Tripura       Kathalia
26        Uttar Pradesh             Chitrakoot         Mau
27        Uttarakhand               Udham Singh        Rudrapur
28        West Bengal               Nadia              Shantipur

               Government Programmes

1.  IAY                       11. SSA, RMSA, MDM,
2.  PMGSY                         KGBV, MODEL Schools,
3.  MGNREGA                       Girls Hostels
4.  TSC                       12. AABY, RSBY
5.  IWMP                      13. RGGVY
6.  NSAP                      14. PMEGP
7.  NRDWM                     15. NEGP,CSC, VPT, USO/F
    ICPS, Dhanlakshmi,        17. KCC, RBPD, NPCBB,
    STEP                          NHM, RKVY, NFSM,NBM
    AYUSH                     19. BRGF, PSSS
10. AIBP, RRR                 20. UIDAI, NPBD

1.   IAY - Indira Awas Yojana.          10. NPAG – Nutrition Programme for
2.   PMGSY - Pradhan Mantri Gram            Adolescent Girls.
     Sadak Yojana.                      11. SABLA – Scheme for
3.   MGNREGA - Mahatma Gandhi               Empowerment of Adolescent
     National Rural Employment              Girls.
     Guarantee Act.                     12. ICPS – Integrated Child
4.   TSC - Total Sanitation Campaign.       Protection Scheme.
5.   IWMP – Integrated Wasteland        13. STEP – Support to Training &
     Management Programme.                  Employment Programme for
6.   NSAP – National Social
     Assistance Programme.              14. NRHM – National Rural Health
7.   NRDWM –National Rural
     Drinking Water Mission.            15. RKS – Rogi Kalyan Samity
8.   ICDS – Integrated Child            16. JSY – Janani Suraksha Yojana.
     Development Services.              17. NACP – National Aids Control
9.   KSY – Kishori Shakti Yojana            Programme.
18. AYUSH – Ayurveda, Yoga &         27. RGGVY – Rajiv Gandhi Gramin
    Naturopathy, Unani, Sidha and        Vidyutikaran Yojana.
    Homoeopathy.                     28. PMEGP – Prime Minister
19. AIBP - Accelerated Irrigation        Employment Generation
    Benefit Programme.                   Programme
20. RRR – Repair, Renovation and     29. NEGP – National E Governance
    Restoration of Water Bodies.         Programme
21. SSA – Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.     30. CSC – Common Services Centre
22. RMSA – Rashtriya Madhyamik       31. PDS – Public Distribution
    Shiksha Abhiyan.                     System.
23. MDM – Mid Day Meal.              32. AAY – Antyodaya Anna Yojana.
24. KGBV – Kasturba Gandhi Balika    33. KCC - Kisan Credit Card
    Vidyalaya.                       34. NPCBB - National Project for
25. AABY – Aam Aadmi Bima                Cattle and Buffalo Scheme.
    Yojana.                          35. RBPD – Rural Backyard Poultry
26. RSBY – Rashtriya Swasthya Bima       Development
    Yojana.                          36. NHM – National Horticulture
                                         Mission.                     103

37.   RKVY – Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana.
38.   NFSM – National Food Security Mission.
39.   NBM – National Bamboo Mission.
40.   RIDF – Rural Infrastructure Development Fund
41.   BRGF – Backward Region Grant Fund.
42.   UIDAI – Unique Identification Authority of India
43.   LBS – Lead Bank Scheme
44.   PSSS – Panchayat Sanchar Sewa Scheme
45.   NPBD – National project for Biogas Development
46.   IREDA – Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency
47.   VPT – Village Public Telephone
48.   USO /F– Universal Service Obligation/Fund

                       Thank You
For any clarification and assistance,
please contact
  Niten Chandra
  Joint Secretary
  Ministry Of Rural Development
  Cell: 9958445904
  Tel (off.) : 011- 2285484


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