MAIN PROGRAMME

Conducted Field Level Capacity Building of PRIs Training under NCBF AAP of Surada Block

Profile of training for NCBF

Objectives

The program objective has been designed with instructional intent to change knowledge, skills or attitudes as a result of the learning experience. This focuses on the capacity development of the elected PRI representatives. As a result of which the elected PRI members have become aware and well versed about their respective roles, responsibilities, functions and the deliverables in managing the decisions and the affaires in the PRIs. The major objectives of the programme are:

  • Improving grassroots democracy by giving appropriate orientation to the elected representatives to deliver better
  • Providing the PRI members with necessary information, knowledge base and the operational skills in easy and simple methods on various aspects of local self-governance and rural development
  • Establishing an efficient and reliable pool of localized resource persons for undertaking continuous, systematic, regular trainings and capacity building initiatives for the PRI members and other stakeholders

Institutional arrangements and training operational strategies:

Given the complexities involved in the implementation of such an ambitious programme, a large number of stakeholders are involved at various levels for value addition to the entire process. The success of the program depends largely on coordination with the district partners,

Partnership with Civil Society Organizations:

Taking into consideration the magnitude and complexity of the task, SIRD has entered into partnership with our PROGREESS covering Surada Block in Ganjam districts of Orissa. Training programme is being carried on simultaneously in all Panchayat (including 2 ETCs). Each batch comprises of 40 trainees from all the 3-tiers of PRI. The capacity building programme was being held at Surada .

Roping in the support of District Panchayat Officers and Additional Block Development Officers:

The DPOs and ABDOs have been designated as the Nodal Officers cum resource persons to provide thematic as well as logistic support for the districts and blocks respectively. As District Level Training Coordinators, they have been entrusted with the responsibility of fund management for the concerned training programmes in the districts. Additional BDO at the block level or an Extension Officer preferably GPEO is designated as Block level Training Coordinator cum Nodal Officer.

Creating pool of trainers:

SIRD has empanelled 5 trainers at district and State levels who have been imparted training on five thematic modules developed by SIRD. These empanelled pools of trainers developed by SIRD are facilitating the training programmes as per the methodologies in the training manual. The reference materials developed by SIRD have been provided to the panchayats and all the members of the PRIs attending the training.
Each of the training programmes is being conducted wherein the first two days would be on Rule and Role Clarity by the shortlisted trainers. For the third day govt. officials from Block and District level have been entrusted with the responsibility of being the resource persons –cum- monitors for the program giving training on the respective themes.

Creation of Block Resource Centre’s (BRCs) :

Block Resource Centers will be created in these blocks with coordination of our organization which will be identified by SIRD. These newly identified the organization along with the existing ones will be given charge of these BRCs in the blocks. Till then the training programs will be organized at the designated venues of the empanelled district partners. After the infrastructure development, the SLTs/ DLTs may also be designated as the center in charge of individual BRCs.

Standardized training modules and reference materials :

SIRD has developed training modules and reference materials on the following 5 themes:

  • Role & Rule Clarity and Responsibility of PRIs
  • Transparency and Accountability
  • Financial Management and Accounting
  • Rural Development Programmes in PanchayatiRaj Department
  • Social Welfare & other Line Department Schemes

Also specially designed module, “Direct Trainers’ Skill” has been prepared for enhancing the training skills of the trainers. . These standardized reference materials developed by SIRD is being provided to the panchayats and all the members of the PRIs attending the training.
Along with the modules and manuals, 18 Video films on Panchayati raj have also been produced for sharing with the PRI representatives. Few jingles have also been produced. These films have been provided to the organizations that are widely using this as training aid for greater impact on participants. The department is continues producing monthly panchayat newsletter in Oriya for circulation among a wide clientele.

Monitoring through participatory mechanisms :

At the State level, the training programmes are centrally monitored by SIRD. Along with visit of Nodal Officers to different training locations, regular follow-up is done through telephone and e-mail. Each Nodal Officer is in charge of the organization and is responsible for managing these partners. After completion of each phase of training, a factsheet is generated at SIRD level which gives consolidated information on the training organized phase wise. Feedback workshops are organized where there is a mutual sharing of problems and prospects between SIRD and the organisation and ideas are shared for further quality improvement of training programmes. At the district and block level, the monitoring is done by government officials like PD, DRDA, DPO, BDO, ABDO and GPEO. They are not only involved in quality check of training programmes but also are the resource persons on the third day of the programme for imparting training on the Government schemes especially the NREGS.
DPO is responsible for collecting the reports of our organization and the trainers are along with the UCs.
The following Training schedule with involved panchayat wise capacity building training programme of Ganjam and Surada block was being successful performed as:

SURADA BLOCK – (1st Phase)

SL. NO. TRAINING DATES NAME OF THE GPs Name of the RPs Total No. of participants
Sar-panch Ward Member PS member ZP member Total** (5+6+7+8)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 28-02-2014 to

02-03-2014

Gangapur,

Siddhapur &

Badagada

Amaresh Martha &

Snigdha Patnaik

3 40 2 1 46
2. 06.03.2014 to

07.03.2014

Ekalapur & Sarabadi Amaresh Martha &

Sukanta Panda

2 28 2 32

SURADA BLOCK – 2nd Phase

Sl. No. Training Dates Name of The GPs Name of the RPs Total No. of participants
Sarpanch Ward Member PS member ZP member Total** (5+6+7+8)
1 07-07-14 to 09-07-14 Raibandha, Goudagotha & Boroda Amaresh Martha & Sukantha Panda 3 38 1 42
2 10-07-14 to 12-07-14 Badabadangi, Hukuma, Hinjalakuda & Borasingi Amaresh Martha & Sukantha Panda 3 42 4 49
3 14-07-14 to 16-07-14 Merikote, Bada Gochha, Amru-tulu & Palakatu Amaresh Martha & Sukantha Panda 3 41 2 46
4 17-07-14 to 19-07-14 Asurabandha, Gajalbadi & Gochha Amaresh Martha & Sukantha Panda 3 40 2 45
5 21-07-14 to 23-07-14 Lathipada, Kulangi & Gopalpur Sasan Amaresh Martha & Sukantha Panda 2 41 3 46
6 24-07-14 to 26-07-14 Nuagada, Suramani & Genja Amaresh Martha & Sukantha Panda 3 34 2 39

 

GANJAM BLOCK

SL. NO. TRAINING DATES NAME OF THE GPs Name of the RPs Total No. of participants
Sar-panch Ward Member PS member ZP member Total** (5+6+7+8)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
8 25-11-13 to

27-11-13

Rajapur & Karapada Lalitendu Nayak & Ramesh Ch. Behera 2 26 2 1 31
9 02-12-13 to 04-12-13 Palibandha & Humma Amaresh Martha & Ramesh Ch. Behera 2 30 2 34
10 09-12-13 to 11-12-13 Kainchapur & Malada Amaresh Martha & Ramesh Ch. Behera 2 29 2 33
11 16-12-13 to 18-12-13 U.D.S.Pur & Santoshpur Amaresh Martha & Ramesh Ch. Behera 2 25 2 29
12 28-12-13 to 30-12-13 S.Ramch.pur & Palanga Amaresh Martha & Lalitendu Nayak 2 29 1 32
13 05-01-14 to 07-01-14 Khandadeuli & Poirasi Amaresh Martha & Ramesh Ch. Behera 2 32 2 36
14 11-01-14 to 13-01-14 Subalaya & Ramagarh Amaresh Martha & Ramesh Ch. Behera 2 34 2 38

 

Chatrapur Block

The  following Training schedule with involved panchayat wise capacity building training programme of Chatrapur block was being successful performed as:-

Sl. No Date of the  3 Day Training Programme Name of the Panchayat of Chatrapur Block Name of the State Resource Persons
1 16th—18th July,2012 Narendrapur  & Tanganapalli Lalitendu Nayak  & Jawahar Prasad Tripathy
2 26th—28th July,2012 Sundarpur  & Bhikaripalli Rabinarayana Paikaray  & Amaresh Martha
3 06th—08th  August,2012 Badamadhapur & Potlampur Nabakishore Mohanty & Jawahar Prasad Tripathy
4 23rd—25th  August,2012 Mahanadapur, Baulagaon  & Podapadar Lalitendu Nayak  &

Amaresh Martha

5 10th—12th  September,2012 Kanamana, Kalipalli & Aryapalli Rabinarayana Paikaray  & Amaresh Martha
6 27th—29th  September,2012 Chikalakhandi & Bipulingi Nabakishore Mohanty & Jawahar Prasad Tripathy
7 18th—20th  October,2012 Chamakhandi, Laxmipur & Agasti nuagaon Lalitendu Nayak  & Amaresh Martha

 

Concurrent Evaluation study of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA)

The Ministry of Rural Development has decided to undertake Nationwide Concurrent Evaluation Study of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) through Third party independent evaluation agencies. The Midstream Marketing & Research Pvt. Ltd (MMR) has been entrusted with the task of conducting the field survey and report writing of this evaluation study for Ganjam, Cuttack, Jajpur, Balasore and Mayurbhanj District in Odisha

The programme was started from15th day of September, 2014.

Name of District Name of Block Village/ GramPanchayat List of Household
CUTTACK Nischintakoili 8 1000
  Mahanga 10 1250
  Badamba 9 1125
BALASORE Soro 9 1125
  Khaira 9 1125
  Bhograi 9 1125
JAJPUR Binjharpur 9 1125
  Dharmasala 9 1125
  Korai 9 1125
GANJAM Hinjilicut 9 1125
  Sheragada 9 1125
  Buguda 9 1125
Total 12 108 13500