A decision has been taken to prepare a basket of rural development programmes from which the States can choose suitable schemes. Under this scheme, up to December 2006, of the 53. The programme was discontinued with the change in government during Janata Party government. Find sources: — · · · · June 2016 The poverty alleviation programmes in India can be categorized based on whether it is targeted for rural areas or urban areas. In this scheme, employment to women is also provided. In rural areas the objective is to train 1 million people by 2017. Till January 31, 2007, about 3.
During first three years, about 30. Some other programmes—drinking water facilities, public distribution system, increasing power production, etc. In the Tenth Five Year Plan a sum of Rs. And credit is developed by financial institutions like commercial banks, co-operative and regional rural banks to generate income in the primary, secondary and tertiary sector of the rural economy. The programme is implemented through district, intermediate and Gram Panchayats. Assistance is given in the form of subsidy by the government and term credit advanced by financial institutions commercial banks, cooperatives and regional rural banks. Also targeting poverty is challenging in rural areas due to various geographic and infrastructure limitations.
The coverage of scheme was expanded to 330 districts in 2007-08. In spite of being a good scheme, it has many shortcomings. This article needs additional citations for. Social mobilization and building strong institutions of the poor is critical for unleashing the innate capabilities of the poor. The target group consists largely of small and marginal farmers, agricultural labourers and rural artisans living below the line.
Thus, the planners were worried about the failure of this community development programme as it failed to attract more and more rural people within its fold. It has been suggested that be into this article. Overriding objective was to make provision of wage employment for the rural poor. During 2005-06 the central allocation for the scheme is Rs. Thus, the present scenario demands that if the rural development scheme is to be implemented in its right spirit then there should be a sincere and timely attempt on the part of bureaucratic administration, banking administration and political administration.
Introduction to Rural Development Programme in India 2. It aims at providing basic technical and managerial skills to rural youth in the age- group of 18-35 years from families below the poverty-line to enable them to acquire skills and technology to take up vocations of self-employment in agriculture and allied activities, industry, services and business. The report revealed that a large chunk of allocation had been shown as spent in the last quarter of each financial year. Moreover, expenditure on rural development as per cent of total government expenditure decreased from 2. As all these programmes overlap each other and therefore it became essential to integrate these programmes for effective monitoring and accounting. This scheme is sponsored by the state government. It was started in 1980 as a part of the Sixth Plan 1980-85.
Furthermore, 40 per cent of the coverage should be of women beneficiaries and 3 per cent of physically challenged persons. Between 1992-93 and 1997-98 7. The workers are paid the balance wages in cash, such that they are assured of the notified Minimum Wages. Furthermore, 40 per cent of the coverage should be of women beneficiaries and 3 per cent of handicapped persons. The assets which could be in primary, secondary or tertiary sector are provided through financial assistance in the form of subsidy by the Govt. Rural industries Development of dairying, poultry, piggery and in rural industries.
The National Rural Employment Programme is conceived in the main to take care of this segment of the rural poor. The programme also envisaged that wage component of a project should not be less than 50 per cent of the total expenditure on the programme. Thus, under such a situation, if the department concerned does not shed its inertia no amount of money would help the country to achieve its objective of bringing about a change in the rural scenario. What is still more stunning rather than shocking was that not a single rupee was spent till December 1992 out of Rs 10 crore allocated under the rural housing sector and a sum of Rs 5 crore which was sanctioned only in the last quarter. Inspite of these attempts, the Community Development Programme could not make much headway as it failed to enthuse the villages into the spirit of self-help, self-reliance and co-operative effort.
Bharat Nirman Yojana: It was launched in 2005 for building infrastructure and basic amenities in rural areas. It was renamed as National Rural Livelihood Mission in 2011. It was transferred to the state sector scheme after 2002-03. . Some Other Development Schemes : 1. It aims at encouraging, promoting and assisting voluntary action for enhancement of rural prosperity.