Structure of Presentation

Report
PRC Meeting
Group -II
Date: 18th September 2014
1
Structure of Presentation
Social Mobilization and Institution building
• Resource Block Strategy
• HR Positions in States
F.I - SHG Bank Linkage
Livelihoods - in Resource Blocks and in M.K.S.P
R.S.E.T.I s
Social Inclusion & Social Development, PRI-CBO & MEC
Systems:
• M & E and MIS
• Procurement
• Financial Management
National Writeshop
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Social mobilization and institution building
- Resource block strategy
- Capacity Building
- Human Resources
Resource Block strategy
 1400 CRPs are spearheading resource block strategy in
80+ blocks in the country
 Out of 22 States requiring R.B strategy - 18 States
supported by External C.R.P. Strategy from N.R.O s
 4 States in the last quarter ?
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Resource Blocks Initiated in Various States
S. N. Name of State
No. of Resource Blocks
Time-1st CRP round started
1.
Chhatisgarh
5
May-2012
2.
Maharashtra
8
July-2012
3.
Jharkhand
11
October, 2012
4.
Madhya Pradesh
6
November, 2012
5.
Rajasthan
15
January – May , 2013
6.
Haryana
9
March, 2013
7.
Jammu & Kashmir 7
March, 2013
8.
Uttar Pradesh
4
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Resource Blocks Initiated/to be initiated in FY 2014-15
S. N.
Name of State
No. of Resource Blocks / Resource
Clusters
Time-1st CRP round
started
1
Nagaland
12 Clusters (9 Blocks)
April 2014
2
Mizoram
4 Clusters (2 Blocks)
May 2014
3
Uttrakhand
2 Blocks
June 2014
4
Himachal Pradesh
2 Blocks
July 2014
5
West Bengal
1 Block
August 2014
6
Punjab
5 Blocks
August 2014
7
Karnataka
3 Blocks
August 2014
8
Gujarat
5 Blocks
October 2014
9
Meghalaya
4 Blocks
November 2014
10
Assam
4 Blocks
November 2014
11-14 Tripura, Manipur,
Arunachal and Sikkim
MoUs to be signed
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Success in Resource Block roll out in
NE states
 Resource clusters instead of Resource blocks
 External Community Resource Persons –
OMPLIS/SERP supports Nagaland and Mizoram;
 Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur and Tripura to start
soon.
 Innovation – mixed team of CRPs (3 external CRPs
and 2 internal CRPs) plus community translator(s)
 30 days of internal CRPs induction at
OMPLIS/SERP
 45 days of CRP rounds
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Roll out of Intensive Blocks
with social capital from Resource Blocks
Each resource block capable of producing
local ‘community heroes’ for 20 blocks in 5
years
5 new Intensive Blocks (per Resource Block)
seeded after 2 ½ years through internal
CRPs
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Roll out of Intensive Blocks in
Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand - Schedule
 Chhattisgarh
 29 Blocks (5 Blocks in October)
 By March 2015
 Entire roll-out plan is finalized
 Jharkhand
 30 Blocks (10 Blocks in February 2015)
 By March 2015
 Entire roll-out plan is finalized
Similar roll-out needs to be planned in Maharashtra,
Rajasthan, MP in 2015; and other states subsequently
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Roll out of Intensive Blocks:
Non Negotiable for SLRMs
 Personal involvement of the Mission Director – critical
 Each SPM need to adopt one RB and spend 10-15
days/month in the Block.
 Similar protocols for DPMs and others
 Develop 5 year vision for each RB
 Participation (non-negotiable) in CRP de-briefing, training
of women activist and internal CRPs
 Simplify fund release and minimize Capitalization Gap
SHGs eligible for RF vis-à-vis SHGs provided RF
SHGs eligible for CIF vis-à-vis provided CIF
Bank linkage for eligible SHGs
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Roll out of Intensive Blocks:
Non Negotiable for SLRM
 Protocol and qualifying criteria for internal CRPs – very
critical. No compromise on quality.
Member of an SHG following Panchasutras and completed at
least 100 weekly meetings
Should be able to read and write
Accessed at least Rs.25,000 for small and big loans from SHG
Able to articulate well about Panchasutras and SHG norms
Willing to work for 15 days/month in other block/district
Have good health
Acceptance by family and her SHG
 Intensive Block Staff Internship for 3 - 6 months in RBs
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Blocks in Partnership with NGOs
 Partnership framework approved and communicated to all
SRLM s
 Status:
Jharkhand (PRADAN) – under implementation
Maharashtra (MAVIM) – under implementation
Odisha, UP, Karnataka, Rajasthan and Gujarat being worked out
 All States need to explore similar partnership with other
NGOs
 Please ensure the quality of the SHGs and their congruence
with NRLM non-negotiable
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Community Funds in Resource Blocks: Issues
 All SHGs that have completed 3 months of
successful Panchasutra should receive RF
 Only 77% three-month old SHGs in Resource
Blocks have received RF
 Protocol for release RF within 15 days of
completion of 3 months should be established.
 Based on the list of SHGs with details, the release
can be made immediately into the SHG account
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Community Funds in Resource Blocks: Issues
 All SHGs that completed 6 months of successful Panchsutra
should receive CIF
 Only 36% six-month old eligible SHGs in Resource Blocks have
received CIF
 Protocol for completing MCP/MIP on completion of 6-months
should be established
 6-10 MCP/MIP trainers per cluster need to be available for
conducting the MCP/MIP
 MCP/MIP need to be appraised by the VO (or a loose VO,
leaders of SHGs at the village level) in the village itself within
15 days of the conduct of MCP/MIP
 CIF amount need to be released within a week of appraisal of
MCP/MIP
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Community Funds in Resource Blocks: Issues
 Wherever VOs have come up, CIF could be released as a
lump sum installment to VO.
 VO in turn would release to SHGs based on the appraised
MCP/MIP
 Wherever VOs have come up, VRF releases may be
initiated
 Establish simple protocol to release VRF in 2-3
installments
 Release the first installment immediately if VO practices
all basic norms
 Towards ‘SHG Act’ – UNDP Round Table in October
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Per Capita Loan accessed by
SHG Members (Amt in Rs.)
300000
252907
250000
229961
200000
160397
150000
131184
108239
100000
66055
53587
50000
20772
6770
27626
0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
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Y7
Y8
Y9
Y10
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Per Capita Loan accessed by
SHG Members (Amt in Rs.)
Age of SHG (Year)
State
Actual Amount
(Rs.)
1st Year
(Ideal Value: Rs. 6770)
Jharkhand
10769
Rajasthan
12358
Chhattisgarh
10732
Madhya Pradesh
8113
Jammu and Kashmir
12357
Maharashtra
11371
2nd Year
Chhattisgarh
(Ideal Value: Rs. 20772)
15878
Jharkhand
20855
Maharashtra
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12701
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Per Capita Loan accessed by
SHG Members (Amt in Rs.)
Age of SHG (Year)
State
Actual Amount
(Rs.)
6th Year
(Ideal Value: Rs. 108239)
AP
101264
7th Year
(Ideal Value: Rs. 131184)
AP
147402
8th Year
(Ideal Value: Rs. 160397)
AP
161932
9th Year
(Ideal Value: Rs. 229961)
AP
180073
10th Year
(Ideal Value: Rs. 252907)
AP
223210
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SHG Performance: Bench Mark
In 10 years, a typical SHG member should access at
least Rs.2.5 lakh as credit. Rs.6.0 lakh is a possibility
(projected)
The average NRLM investment per member is
Rs.15,000 and, therefore, the leverage should be at
least 15 times.
Across the states, SHGs in Resource Blocks are
hovering around this curve as for Year-1 and Year-2
are concerned.
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HR Position in States
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HR Issues
 HR Manual – Majority SRLMs yet to customise and adopt
Need for a COO from ‘Development Sector’ in each State
Mission
Rationalize HR in view of Communitization and Collapse of
Specialization and Phasing
• 4 at BMMU, 4 at DMMU, 15-20 at SMMU. Add additional
positions only when layering begins.
HR – Ensure that hygiene factors are improved – rational
salary structure, timely salary payment, claim reimbursements, etc.
Fitment of Government staff, still not complete
Institute HR Performance Monitoring System
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Lag in Induction of Staff
 States need to follow the detailed induction module for staff
induction shared by NMMU
 The induction and immersion should be completed within
first 3-4 months of their joining the Mission
 Ensure village (night) stay (15-30 days), accompanying CRP
rounds (15-45 days), attachment with grassroots worker (1015 days)
 Ensure 8-15 days (nights) per month in Resource Block for all
staff
 Ensure internalization of 10-year cycles of typical HH, SHG,
VO, CLF and Block processes
 Collapse of specialization of staff and everyone as a NRLM
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team member responsible
for an
Capacity Building Missions to States to
develop self reliance of SLRMs in
Capacity Building
 NMMU Missions to States on CB, HR and
Processes towards self-reliant CB
Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, and Odisha initiated
First round in Bihar – by end September 2014
Joint SRLM-NMMU Assessment Visits will be
planned in October-December in other states
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Capacity Building in States
 Capacity Building Agency Partnership Framework
shared with states; Resource Pool at the national
level is shared
 Resource Pools at various levels in states to be
developed
 (SRLM) CEOs’ Forum – first meeting is planned in
October/November 2014
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NRLM Fellows
 28 NFs inducted for 90 days at NIRD and would be
based at OMPLIS/SERP as NMMU pool initially.
Majority of them would service NE and NW states.
 NMMU support to states for - recruiting, inducting
and making NFs available to them.
 States may indicate their requirement of NFs [Rajasthan has already
indicated]
 NFs to be paid Rs.40,000-50,000 per month, for 2 years; extendable by
another 1 year
 NMMU would recruit through advertisement and campuses, SLRM will
participate in the selection
 Induction at NIRD and SERP at NIRD cost
 Confirmed (based on the performance in induction) NFs made available
to states
 States need to pay their remuneration for the entire period
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F.I:
SHG Bank Linkage
2013-14
Credit Disbursement over the years
(2010-11)
(2011-12)
Sl.
Amt % (+/-) Amt % (+/-)
States
1 UP
384 -9
445 16
2 JHARKHAND
143 28
127 -11
3 RAJASTHAN
198 3
183 -8
4 KERALA
778 53
854 10
5 ASSAM
227 16
187 -17
6 KARNATAKA
1374 22
1630 19
7 ODISHA
575 -14
541 -6
8 MAHARASTRA
512 0
602 17
9 GUJARAT
90 -17
131 46
10 CHHATTISGARH
59 -13
92.6 57
11 AP & TELANGANA
6209 -7
8171 32
12 WB
576 8
551 -4
13 BIHAR
322 43
399 24
14 TN
2556 0
1933 -24
15 MP
115 23
95 -17
Total
14119 0.58 15943
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Source: NABARD; (*) Provisional Figures
(2012-13)
(2013-14)*
Amt % (+/-) Amt % (+/-)
450 1
20 -95
75 -41
6 -91
210 15
47 -77
898 5
470 -48
137 -27
80 -41
2299 41
1542 -33
473 -13
379 -20
578 -4
539 -7
119 -9
112 -6
70 -24
72 3
11164 37
11811 6
514 -7
728 42
222 -44
348 57
2916 51
5358 84
137 45
293 112
20268 27
21814 8
27
Remaining 14 states – Rs 62 Cr
Credit Linkage is skewed
2012-13
15.6
%
84.4
%
2012-13
2.2%
2.5%
2.3%
2.9%
0.7%
1.0%
1.1%
0.6%
0.7%
0.4%
0.3%
14.7%
2012-13
54.3%
14.2%
11.2%
4.4%
States
2013-14
UP
0.1%
WB
3.3%
Odisha
0.4%
MH
2.5%
MP
1.3%
RJ
0.4%
Bihar
1.6%
Gujarat
Assam
0.4%
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
0.3%
Total
10.3%
2013-14
12.3%
87.7%
States
2013-14
AP
54%
Tamil Nadu 24.5%
Karnataka
7.1%
Kerala
2.2%
……and the gap is widening
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Ratio of Poor HH Vs Credit Disbursement
S. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
States
UTTAR PRADESH
BIHAR
MADHYA PRADESH
MAHARASTRA
WEST BENGAL
ODISHA
RAJASTHAN
CHHATTISGARH
ASSAM
JHARKHAND
GUJARAT
ANDHRA PRADESH &
TELANGANA
KARNATAKA
TAMIL NADU
KERALA
Total
Estimated No. Credit to SHGs
% of total
% of total
of poor HH(In during 2013-14
Poor HH Credit To SHGs
Lakhs)
(Rs Cr)
120
20
22%
0.1%
100
34
18%
1.6%
43
293
7%
1.3%
36
539
6%
2.5%
36
728
6%
3.3%
27
379
5%
1.7%
27
47
5%
0.2%
22
72
4%
0.3%
21
80
4%
0.4%
20
6
4%
0.03%
18
112
3%
0.5%
26
19
16
4
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535
11811
1542
5358
470
21814
5%
4%
3%
1%
54.0%
7.1%
24.5%
2.2%
29
Average Credit to SHGs
States
1Andhra Pradesh
2Tamil Nadu
3Meghalaya
4Nagaland
5Karnataka
6Odisha
7Gujarat
8Madhya Pradesh
9Maharastra
10Haryana
11Assam
12J&K
13Rajasthan
14Bihar
15Himachal Pradesh
16West Bengal
17Chhattisarh
18Punjab
19Kerala
20Uttrakhand
21Jharkhand
22Sikkim
23Uttar Pradesh
2011-12
2012-13
2.20
2.57
1.78
2.43
2.05
1.99
1.57
1.67
2.22
1.80
1.25
1.06
0.65
1.25
2.32
2.01
1.12
1.50
2.05
2.00
1.10
1.05
1.48
2.02
1.16
1.16
1.30
0.87
0.65
1.15
0.74
0.58
2.19
1.24
3.25
1.57
2.03
1.73
0.52
1.47
1.23
1.14
1.55
0.84
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2013-14
2.73
2.03
1.87
1.51
1.41
1.11
1.01
0.89
0.87
0.81
0.79
0.78
0.74
0.73
0.68
0.66
0.59
0.49
0.43
0.40
0.30
0.25
0.08
Rs Lakhs
National
average
1.59
1.56
.92
30
MFI Loans Vs Bank loan to SHGs (2013-14)
Disbursement by Disbursement
Sl
State
Banks
by mFIs*
1
UP
20
2512
2
Uttarakhand
9
476
3
Jharkhand
6
343
4
Assam
80
1552
5
Rajasthan
47
603
6
Haryana
21
233
7
Gujarat
112
1031
8
WB
729
5331
9
MP
293
1900
10 Chhattisgarh
72
440
11 Maharashtra
540
2740
12 Bihar
349
1832
13 Kerala
471
1280
14 Odisha
379
968
15 Karnataka
1543
2739
17 TN
5359
4782
18 AP
11811
190
Total
21844
28952
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in Rs Cr
Total
% of MFIs
2532
485
349
1632
650
254
1143
6059
2193
512
3279
2180
1750
1347
4281
10140
12001
99%
98%
98%
95%
93%
92%
90%
88%
87%
86%
84%
84%
73%
72%
64%
47%
2%
50796
57%
Total amount
disbursed by
MFIs during
13-14- all
states
(including
urban areas):
Rs 34,968 Cr
79% of these
funds were
sourced from
Banks
(*) Source - MFIN
31
NPA on SHG Lending
SL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
State
MP
Odisha
UP
Kerala
Rajasthan
Jharkhand
TN
Maharashtra
Assam
Chhattisgarh
Bihar
WB
Gujarat
Karnataka
AP
TOTAL
2010-11
2011-12
Amt.
% NPA
Amt
% NPA
42
11.2
92
22.4
98
6.2
196
11.8
187
11.0
254
12.5
135
8.6
160
9.0
37
8.4
46
6.4
15
4.9
27
7.6
349
7.7
444
9.5
81
7.8
103
8.8
42
8.3
28
4.5
17
9.5
10
5.1
32
3.2
64
6.1
34
2.2
48
3.1
7
4.6
8
4.8
66
2.9
116
3.3
270
591
3.8
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1420
4.6
2194
6.2
2012-13
Amt.
% NPA
94
21.1
328
18.2
356
18.2
207
12.3
75
11.9
43
11.4
545
10.8
117
9.5
52
8.1
17
8.1
56
6.1
141
5.8
8
3.7
107
3.2
54332
3.1
2697
7.0
F.I:
Progress in SHG Bank Linkage
2014-15
SHG – Bank Linkage (As per MPR – Till Aug
14)
Amt in Rs Cr
SL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
State
Gujarat
Telangana
Tamil Nadu
Madhya Pradesh
Karnataka
Assam
Andhra Pradesh
Haryana
Jharkhand
Punjab
J&K
Uttar Pradesh
Tripura
Mizoram
Manipur
All India
Target
SHGs to be Linked
17800
184887
300000
30000
174000
59000
281438
7500
35000
4000
4000
2000
1500
1500
1000
1563960
Amount
Achievement (%)
No of SHGs Linked
Amount
132
NA
5373
40247
6000
43906
500
6612
2925
30300
350
7000
9214
27408
45
320
200
806
20
NA
20
NA
10
NA
7.5
NA
7.5
NA
5
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28375
237319
(22%)
15%)
(22%)
(17%)
(12%)
(10%)
(4%)
(2%)
(15%)
49
106
111
80
413
35
844
2
5
(37%)
(20%)
(19%)
(16%)
(14%)
(10%)
(9%)
(4%)
(3%)
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
34
4256 (15%)
Disbursement of Interest Subvention for SHGs
(category-I districts – FY 2013-14)
Amt in Rs Cr
SL
State Name
Category - I districts
No. of SHGs
Amount
ANDHRA PRADESH*(Including
Telangana)
2TAMIL NADU
3KARNATAKA
4JHARKHAND
5ASSAM
6GUJARAT
7HARYANA
8UTTAR PRADESH
9MADHYA PRADESH
10JAMMU AND KASHMIR
11TRIPURA
12PUNJAB
13MIZORAM
14MANIPUR
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ALL INDIA
1
375372
276.19
84481
63085
5553
2792
6957
873
1790
3383
600
682
306
35
94
805888
18.78
11.95
0.60
0.52
0.31
0.31
0.25
0.24
0.11
0.05
0.03
0.01
0.003
35
343.35
Disbursement of Interest Subvention for SHGs
(category-II districts – FY 2013-14)
Amt in Rs Cr
SL
State Name
Allocation
(2013-14)
Category - II districts
No. of SHGs
1 ANDHRA PRADESH
Amount
177.35
678940
177.34
2 KARNATAKA
51.37
5363
2.55
3 ASSAM
20.32
457
0.06
4 GUJARAT
9.81
0
5 HARYANA
6.81
0
6 JAMMU AND KASHMIR
2.64
0
7 JHARKHAND
22.73
0
8 MADHYA PRADESH
28.32
0
9 MANIPUR
1.04
0
10 MIZORAM
0.80
0
11 PUNJAB
3.14
0
12 TRIPURA
5.14
0
13 UTTAR PRADESH
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36
0
Status of data sharing by RRBs (Till Mar
2014)
State
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Tamil Nadu
Gujarat
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Madhya Pradesh
Punjab
Uttar Pradesh
Haryana
J& K
Manipur
Tripura
Mizoram
No. of RRBs
5
2
2
3
2
3
3
3
7
1
2
1
1
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No. of RRBs sharing SHG Data
5
1
2
1
0
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
37
0
Steps taken by NMMU for enhancing
SHG Bank Linkage
National workshop with all major Public Sector Banks and
SRLMs conducted at Srinagar
Published Handbook on SHG Bank Linkage for Bank
Managers and SRLM Field Functionaries
Target for SHG-Bank Linkage for FY 2014-15 communicated
to States
 Advisory on steps to be taken by SRLMs issued 14th June 2014
Regular consultations with IBA sub-Committee on issues
related to SHG Bank Linkage and Interest Subvention
Conduct of Central Level Coordination Committee (CLCC)
Meeting on 10th Sept 2014
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Action Points decided at CLCC Meeting
SRLM
Implement ‘Zero NPA Policy’ for SHG loans
Positioning of Bank Mitra in bank branches in intensive
blocks
Institutionalize CBRM in all bank branch in intensive blocks
Regular conduct of BLBC, DCC & SLBC sub-committee
meeting
Training and Immersion of bank branch managers
Exempt stamp duty charged to Self Help Groups
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Action Points decided at CLCC Meeting
Banks
Banks to ensure correct coding of SHGs at bank branches
Turn around time for application by SHG to be specified
Data sharing from CBS with NRLM Bank linkage portal to
be
completed by 30th Sept 14 & then regularly every month
IBA
Develop common application forms for SHGs across all
banks
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Action Points for SHG Bank Linkage
in Resource Block
Ensure adherence to timelines on ‘Capitalization of individual SHG’
Prepare bank branch wise credit linkage plan
Monitor achievement of Year Wise ‘Block Bank Linkage Outcomes’.
Capacity Building of staff on SHG Bank Linkage
Conduct Training and Immersion of Bank Branch Managers to best
practice sites
Place ‘Bank Mitra’ with bank branches to facilitate smooth linkage of
SHGs with banks
Establish Community Based Recovery Mechanism (CBRM) in all
bank branched in Resource & Intensive Blocks
Monitor achievement of SHG Bank Linkage and NPA through SHG
Bank Linkage Portal on monthly basis
Invite representatives of SHG and SHG Federations at BLBC and DCC
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meetings
Step by step process
From 1st
Meeting
Internal
Lending
2 Months
3-4
Months
RF
6-8
Months
MCP
prepared
6-8
Months
CIF
6 -12
Months
Bank
Credit – 1st
Linkage
24 -30
Months
Bank
Credit –
2nd Linkage
36-40
Months
Bank
Credit –
3rd
Linkage
SB A/C
opening
RF : Revolving Fund
MCP: Micro Credit Plan
CIF: Community Investment Fund
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10 Year Bank Linkage Outcome in one block
Preparatory
period (1st & Yr 1
Yr 2
Yr 3
2nd Yr)
No of SHG under SRLM
800 1100 1200
Credit Linkage
1st Cycle @ Rs 50,000 per SHG
No. of SHGs
Credit leveraged (Rs lakhs)
2nd Cycle @ Rs 1,00,000 per SHG
No. of SHGs
Credit leveraged (Rs lakhs)
3rd Cycle @ Rs 2,50,000 per SHG
No. of SHGs
Credit leveraged (Rs lakhs)
4th Cycle @ Rs 5,00,000 per SHG
No. of SHGs
Credit leveraged (Rs lakhs)
5th Cycle @ Rs 10,00,000 per SHG
No. of SHGs
Credit leveraged (Rs lakhs)
440
220
Yr 4
Yr 5
Yr 6
390
195
287
144
83
42
392
392
400
400
302
302
104
104
3
3
136
340
352
880
366
915
239
597
Yr 7
95
237
12
31
300
1500
300
1500
Yr 8
305
1525
Yr 9
Yr 10
63
315
100
1000
150
1500
Total Credit Linkage
SHG Credit linked during the
year
Total Credit Leveraged during
the year (Rs Cr)
Cumulative credit leveraged (Rs
Cr)
440
782
823
737
470
242
395
312
305
163
150
2
6
9
12
10
6
17
15
15
13
15
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2
8
17
29
43
39
45
63
78
93
106
121
Action Points for SHG Bank Linkage
in Intensive & Partnership Blocks
Capacity Building of staff on technical & managerial
aspects of SHG Bank Linkage
Conduct Training and Immersion of Bank Branch
Managers on continuous basis
Prepare bank branch wise credit linkage plan;
Consolidate plans at block level; review on monthly
basis
Place ‘Bank Mitra’ with bank branches to facilitate
smooth linkage of SHGs with banks
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Action Points for SHG Bank Linkage
in Intensive & Partnership Blocks
Monitor achievement of SHG Bank Linkage and NPA
through SHG Bank Linkage Portal on monthly basis
Establish Community Based Recovery Mechanism
(CBRM) in all bank branched in Intensive & Partnership
Blocks
Conduct of BLBC, DCC and SLBC Sub-Committee
meeting on a monthly/ bi-monthly basis
Reward well performing bank branch manager during
26th January/ 15th August or on any State Specific
Important days.
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Action Points for SHG Bank Linkage in
Non-Intensive Blocks
Prepare a strategy for credit linkage of existing
SHGs in non-intensive blocks in association with
DRDA,ZPs, NGOs and other promoters
Capacity Building of personnel in non-intensive
blocks staff on SHG Bank Linkage
Monitor achievement of SHG Bank Linkage and
NPA through SHG Bank Linkage Portal on
monthly basis
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Action Points for Implementation of
Interest Subvention Scheme
(Cat-I districts)
Ensure Data Sharing by RRBs on monthly basis
Spread awareness on Interest Subvention Scheme
using IEC
(Cat-II districts)
Ensure Marking of ‘NRLM Compliant SHGs’
Access Eligibility Report on Bank Linkage portal and
transfer amount to respective SHG a/c
Spread awareness on Interest Subvention Scheme
using IEC
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LIVELIHOODS:
FARM SECTOR LIVELIHOODS
OBJECTIVE AND STRATEGY
Reaching out to 7 crore HHs out of
which 3 crore under Ultra Poor
Strategy
Focus on bottom 20%
(6000HH/Block)
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OBJECTIVE AND STRATEGY
• Start with the poorest households – landless,
small and marginal
• Intensive engagement with them
• Build a cadre of CRPs out of the best
practitioners
• Address needs of entire livelihood basketintegrate Agriculture, livestock and NTFP
intervention
• Scaling up through C.R.P s from the poorest
households
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Income of a Ultra Poor household (Based on
case studies)
0.5 acre model
Livestock Model
(1 milch animal, 3 goats, 10 back yard
poultry) poultry)
(Sustainable Agriculture)
Paddy- Rs 20,000/Kharif Vegetables- Rs 20,200/Rabi Vegetables-Rs 24,500/Total Income- Rs 64,700/Cost of Cultivation – Rs 12,200/NTFP
(Lac-3
NET
INCOMERs Kusum
52,000/- tree)
Brood lac used- 10 Kg
Lac harvested- 143 Kg
Net realization – 133 Kg
Avg selling price- Rs 270/Kg
Net income- Rs. 35,910/-
Average benefit realized from the
intervention
Additional income from the sale of milk
Average Income realized from sale &
consumption of poultry bird
Income equivalent of stock increase in
poultry birds due to deworming &
vaccination only
Income from poultry
Average Income realized from sale &
consumption of goat due to deworming &
vaccination only
Year I
(Amount in
Rs)
6500
2500
1542
4042
2660
Income equivalent of stock increase in goats
Income from goats
4120
6780
Total profit realized
17,322
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Return from Livelihood basket
OPTION
RETURN (Rs)
0.5 acre model +
Livestock
69, 300
0.5 acre + NTFP
(Lac)
53200
0.5 acre + NTFP +
Livestock
105200
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REMARKS
Suitable for all tribal
and forested areas
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Implementation of this strategy
in the Resource Blocks
Integrated Farming Model in Resource
Blocks
SERP supporting five states - providing CRP, PRP and
other technical assistance-Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, MP,
Jharkhand and J & K
Livestock intervention by deploying Pashu Sakhi in
Jharkhand and Rajasthan- to be taken up in MP, CG and
J&K – collaboration with ‘Goat trust’
NTFP interventions have also been integrated in JH,
through CRPs from MKSP partners –to be taken up in CG,
MP and Raj
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Ultra Poor strategy roll out in statesstatus
State
Districts
Blocks
No. of villages
Planned
Achieved
No. of HHs
Planned
Achieved
West Singbhum,
Ranchi
Goilkera,
Manoharpur,Angara
15
15
150
157
Madhya
Pradesh
Sheopur
Anuppur
Sheopur (Soikalan,
Premsar),
Pusprajgarh(Sheorich
andas, Bhejri)
20
20
200
102
Rajasthan
Tonk
Banswara
Newai (Kareda,
Newai), Anandpuri
(Badliya, M.Mukti)
20
20
200
134
Chhattisgarh
Balrampur,
Rajnandgaon
Ranhat, Maharajganj,
Ghumka,Surgi
20
20
200
157
Jammu &
Kashmir
Jammu
Chaneni
4
4
51
Jharkhand
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Key Observations
The excitement generated by the drive is good
• Average coverage of 52% of target women farmers with
at least 3 critical activities (adopted)
• 22.5% of the families adopted more than 5 activities
• 13% of the families have adopted more than 8 activities
• 49% farmers adopted SRI
Training of women farmers through films has
received excellent response- boosted adoption
A number of best practices have emerged in the
states- needs to be documented
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Way forward in these five states
(intervention strategy)
Deepening of activities in the areas covered
osaturation of SHGs-at least one member from
every S.H.G
oeach farmer adopting at least 3 critical
interventions
Opening NPM shop in each village
Production of training film in local languages
with the support of digital GREEN
Documentation of best practices to be taken up
with the support of field staffs/YPs/PFTs etc.
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Saturation strategy of Resource Block
Jharkhand (4 year Plan- by 2017 end)
Approx. no. of villages in a resource block:
No of Resource Blocks taken up:
No of villages entered by external CRPs:
No of SHG members trained:
No of Internal CRPs produced:
No of villages saturated by internal CRPs:
120
3
30
20,000
240
360
All the 3 Blocks would be saturated by 2017 end
and would be the immersion site for future
action without any further external support
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Interventions under MKSP
MKSP Status
No. of Projects sanctioned till date
58
No of PIA
57
No of NGO partners
53
No. of states covered
15
No. of districts covered
117
No. of Blocks/Taluka/Mandal
983
Total No. of Mahila Kisans targeted by all PIAs 24,50,123
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Key developments
Large number of CRPs developed by MKSP
partners
Focus is on Ultra Poor strategy – a Ultra Poor HH
to get an additional annual income of Rs.
50,000/Integration of Pashu Sakhi in MKSP areas
NSO working on identifying successful Ultra
Poor models developed by NGO partners across
agro climatic zones
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Roll Out status of AAP –MKSP
MoRD- Stated Strategy
All SRLMs would build their internal capacity and
would transit to Annual Action Plan (AAP) route for
MKSP
SRLMs would further integrate the successful MKSP
models into their larger livelihoods strategy and take
them to state-wide scale
States implementing AAP-MKSP: AP, Kerala
States submitted AAP-MKSP: Bihar
States initiated the process : TN
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Pashu Sakhi Model
NRLM Advisory note on Livestock Strategy (OM
dated 31 August 2014)
Objective
To make livestock based livelihoods sustainable and a viable
economic activity for the rural poor
Key components
Focus on building community owned and community
managed extension architecture to make last mile delivery
of animal care services highly cost effective and sustainable
Building a cadre of community animal care service providers
i.e. Pashu Sakhi
To be universalized in every state under NRLM in MKSP
areas
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FARM LIVELIHOODS INITIATIVES - ROLE OF
SRLM
Roll Out of AAP –MKSP
All Other States to move to this process
immediately
• SRLM is the implementing agency
• CRPs from MKSP partners/NGOs having
demonstrated best practices in scale for the ultra
poor through sustainable agriculture (to be
benchmarked against NRLM non negotiables) are
the resource persons
• NGO/CBOs may be technical service providers and
also may help SRLMs in capacity building rather
than direct implementer
• Submission of AAP
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Extension and Restructuring –MKSP
Proposals
State
Name of the PIA
Date of PAC
A.P
Bihar
Bihar
Karnataka
kerala
all 22 Zilla Samakhyas
BRLPS
ASA
Green Foundation
Kudumbasree
Malappuram,
Palakkad and Thrissur
Panchayat
PRADAN
ASA
ASA
CARD
MSSSRF
30-05-2011
30-05-2011
30-05-2011
30-05-2011
30-05-2011
Kerala
M.P
M.P
M.P
M.P
Maharastra
30-05-2011
30-05-2011
30-05-2011
30-05-2011
30-05-2011
30-05-2011
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Restructuring Focus
1. Ultra Poor model to
be scaled up
2. Integrate Livestock
strategy- introduce
animalcare service
providers
3. Generation of CRPs
SRLM to review these
issues with the PIAs and
also join the restructuring
workshop
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Ultra Poor Strategy roll out- SERP
partnership states
Integrated farming model to start in all
resource blocks where IB &CB interventions
been taken up for last 1.5-2 years
Dedicated farm livelihood team at SRLMsSPM and DPM
Regular field visit by SPM (LH) & DPM (LH)
To deploy agriculture graduates as YP in
every resource block taken up to exclusively
work on this
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Ultra Poor Strategy roll out- SERP
Partnership States
To build a cadre of animal care service
providers/Pashu Sakhi for every 50-100 HH
Explore possibilities of introducing NTFP
interventions wherever possible- Lac, Tasar
have successful models for replication
Build database of each woman farmer
covered- ICT enabled
Develop the scaling up plan for 3 years
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Pashu Sakhi Model roll out
To ensure CBOs/NGOs/SRLM implementing MKSP
prepare the plan and budget for integrating Pashu
Sakhi model in the MKSP areas and submit to the
Ministry incorporating the following
• Identification of CASP/Pashu Sakhi, at least one
per village, for rendering services to a minimum
of 50-100 household.
• The Pashu Sakhi to be accountable to the
Village Organisation (VO)
• A revenue model for the sustainability for the
Pashu Sakhi
• Clear training and capacity building strategy for
the Pashu Sakhi
To integrate this model with sustainable
agriculture promotion in resource blocks
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NMMU - Plan for next 6 months
Sl.
No.
Activities planned
1
CRP movement in the five
states-2nd round/3rd Round
2
CRP movement plan for Rabi
in the five states
3
MKSP proposal restructuring
workshop
4
Workshop on Rural artisan
5
6
Documentary film on MKSP
Finalization of training module
for “Pashu Sakhi”
7
Development of MIS for
livelihoods initiatives
8
Sept.
Oct.
Half Yearly review of MKSP
PIAs
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Nov.
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
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Self employment - RSETI
State-wise performance of RSETIs for the FY 2014-15 (up to July
2014)
SI
No.
Name of the
State
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Gujarat
Haryana
Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Madhya Pradesh
Manipur
Mizoram
Punjab
Tamil Nadu
Telangana
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Total
No. of
RSETIs
15
19
28
21
21
25
33
51
1
1
19
32
10
5
74
355
Total No. of Trainees Settled
Quaterl No. of No. of
Target
Achieve
with
y Target Progrs. Trainee
with with
for FY
ment
Wage
2014- conducte
s
Bank
Self
Total
2014-15
%
Employ
d
15
Trained
Finance Finance
ment
11000 2750
124 3302
120
291 1167
359
1817
1092
11550 2888
132 3568
123
235
749
108
2558
15250 3813
156 4405
115
691 1669
198
1299
10600 2650
124 3509
132
90 1031
178
1492
10800 2700
89 2357
87
319
633
540
1257
16350 4088
151 3993
98
408
766
83
5765
23750 5938
280 7979
134 3303 1686
776
4523
29750 7438
259 6509
87 1279 2350
894
100
17
400
7
119
119
1
5
11
150
5
600
11
78
52
0
3
2
1388
11400 2850
97 2720
95
400
892
96
3646
19450 4863
217 5928
122
465
2276
905
1239
7200 1800
96 2654
147
156
843
240
763
357
3050
26
706
92
167
163
27
6926
45050 11263
476 13261
118 1175
4419
1332
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216200 54054
2245
61088 1641 8980 18652
574972 33381
State Wise status of RSETI Construction
State
AP *
Assam
Gujarat *
Haryana
J&K
Jharkhand
Karnataka * #
MP
UP
Mizoram
Manipur
Punjab
TN
Tripura
Telangana
Building Construction Status
No. of Districts
Land Status
Approv
MoRD
To be
Functional
In
Yet to
ed by
Allotted allotted grant
Compl
RSETIs
progress start
SLBC
released
13
27
26
21
22
24
15
20
28
21
22
25
11
14
22
21
0
21
2
13
4
0
22
3
10
8
22
21
0
21
2
0
3
0
0
0
3
7
19
14
0
12
5
1
0
7
0
9
29
32
17
3
27
21
3
3
50
72
3
8
20
31
5
9
51
76
1
1
21
32
5
10
48
2
50
55
17
26
1
2
1
1
7
1
15
5
12
16
15
8
3
2
2
6 PRC MEETING3- 18th Sep'14 9
4
2
0
0
2
1
0
4
41
12
0
0
9
3
1
2
5
12
1
1
1
4
1
3
# 9 RSETIS BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTED ON THEIR OWN LAND.
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R.S.E.T.I – action points for States
States need to monitor:
• RSETI performance against targets
• credit flow to RSETI trainees in the SLBC sub
committee meetings
• allotment of land and handing over possession of
land to banks
• Progress of construction by the banks
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Reimbursement of Training cost to Banks
Detailed guidelines have been issued by MoRD
Reimbursement of training cost is the responsibility of
SRLM.
Amount would be claimed by SRLM against their Annual
Action Plan.
Funds for the year 2013-14 have already been released to
the States.
For the year 2014-15 A.P, Gujarat, J&K, Mizoram, Nagaland,
Chhatisgarh, U.P, Pondicherry and M.P have claimed the
RSETI amount.
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Start up Village entrepreneurship
development programme
New budget announcement
2 – 3 brainstorming rounds conducted by N.M.M.U to
understand the best practices
Concept note prepared and being circulated for suggestions
Workshop on 26th Sept
Framework finalized by October 6th
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Status of Social Inclusion and Social
Development Programmes
&
PRI-CBO and MEC Projects
Status of SI-SD Pilot Projects
Implementation of Pilot Projects • Anti-Human Trafficking (AHT) – Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra,
Kerala, Odisha, Karnataka
• Person engaged in Unhygienic Occupation (PEiHO) –
Maharashtra
• Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) – Andhra Pradesh,
Maharashtra
Review of Pilot projects was conducted on August 19, 2014.
Implementation of pilot project for developing gender aspect in
livelihood initiatives - by Bihar and Maharashtra in collaboration
with UN Women.
Sanitation
An advisory to States has been issued
States are requested toPRCprepare
an action plan to implement
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this agenda through SHGs.
Proposed Initiatives
• Piloting of “Swabhimaan” project for enhancing the nutrition of
rural women in 3 SRLMs – Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand
in collaboration with UNICEF.
Pilot project on elderly SHGs in collaboration with Help-Age
India (supported by GIZ)
Exposure visit to Bihar and Tamil Nadu.
Participation of representatives from Andhra Pradesh,
Telangana, Bihar, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Jharkhand
and Kerala S.R.L.M s
Exposure visit to Bangladesh to understand Water, Sanitation
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with- 18th
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Status of PRI-CBO Convergence Project
Supported by Kudumbashree NRO
Pilot in 5 States, 17 districts, 19 blocks
Activities in progress and planned for next quarter
Local Resource Group (LRG) formation and training
Orientation of PRI and CBO leaders
Mobilization for Gram Sabha, with focus on MGNREGS
Integrated Participatory Planning Exercise for NREGS
Base line preparation for result indication target
Orientation workshop for implementing personnel at Trivandrum
led by AS (RD); 28-Aug to 01-Sept 2014
Progress review by AS (RD) in Bhubaneswar; 02 August 2014
Results framework for Convergence Projects developed
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Status of MEC Project
Supported by Kudumbashree NRO
Pilot projects in Bihar and Jharkhand, 5 districts
282 MEC trained
Business plans for MEC firms being finalized
MEC services for vetting/preparation of Micro Investment Plans
of SHGs
MEC support to existing businesses of SHG members
MoU signed with Maharashtra and Karnataka
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Status of MEC Project
Activities in Progress and planned for next quarter
• Full fledged Functions of MECs in Bihar
• Enterprise Performance Tracking system completion
• Integration of MEC model for saturation approach in
Resource Blocks/Intensive Blocks
Planning in progress
Link with Start-up Village Entrepreneurship
Programme announced in Budget 2014
SRLM level discussions to be done
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Systems:
M & E and MIS
MIS Modules
Reports uploaded on MIS portal
• Monthly Progress Reports (R Series)
• Self Help Group Database (G Series)
• Core Staff Reports
• Self Help Group Monthly Report Card Progress
(S Series)
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Monthly Progress Reports (R Series)
R1: MPR Entry Status
R2: Coverage of Blocks under Intensive Strategy
R3: Coverage of Gram Panchayats under Intensive Strategy
R4: Coverage of Villages under Intensive Strategy
R5: Mobilization of Households into SHGs
R6: Promotion of Self Help Groups
R7: Amount of Savings Mobilized by SHGs
R8: Disbursal of Revolving Fund(RF) to SHGs
R9: Disbursal of Community Investment Fund to SHGs
R10: Promotion of Village Organizations(VO)
R11: Promotion of Cluster Level Federations(CLFs)
R12: Disbursement of Vulnerability Reduction Fund provided to Village Organizations
R13: Disbursement of Community Investment Fund provided to Cluster Level
Federations
R14: Credit Mobilized through SHG- Bank Linkage
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R15: Funds disbursed to SHGs underPRC
the
Interest Subvention
85
Illustration: R6: Promotion of SHGs
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STATUS OF ONLINE MPR ENTRY: AUG,14
S.
No
State Name
Annual
Target FY
2014-15
Total
Intensive
Block
Implementation
started
MPR
Entered
Pending MPR
Entry
MPR
Approved
Pending
Approval
1
ANDHRA PRADESH
Yes
656
656
656
0
656
0
2
ASSAM
Yes
44
44
44
0
44
0
3
GUJARAT
Yes
20
20
20
0
20
0
4
HARYANA
Yes
22
17
17
0
17
0
5
JHARKHAND
Yes
40
29
29
0
29
0
6
JAMMU & KASHMIR
Yes
10
9
5
4
4
1
7
KARNATAKA
Yes
20
20
20
0
20
0
8
MADHYA PRADESH
Yes
99
99
99
0
99
0
9
MIZORAM
Yes
4
4
4
0
4
0
10 PUNJAB
Yes
12
12
12
0
12
0
11 TRIPURA
Yes
6
6
6
0
6
0
12 Telangana
No
442
442
442
0
442
0
13 TAMIL NADU
Yes
290
166
90
76
38
52
14 UTTAR PRADESH
Yes
22
22
22
0
22
0
13
1687
1546
1466
80
1413
53
Total:
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Illustration: G1: SHG Database
(G Series)
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Illustration: Core Staff Details
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Action Points
 Monthly Progress Reports
• MPRs for all the blocks to be entered at the block level and authenticated by the
district M&E/MIS person on-time
• Reports based on MPRs to be used for monitoring, review and decision making at all
levels
 SHG Database
• Number of SHGs reported in MPR and number uploaded in the SHG portal must
tally for all intensive blocks
• Profiles of SHGs promoted/revived as reported in MPR to be uploaded immediately
after their formation/revival
 Core Staff Details
• Discrepancy observed between the number of staff reported and their profiles
uploaded on the portal
• Changes in HR to be updated periodically along with contact details of new staff
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Tasks Ahead
 Reports under Progress
• Exceptional Reports
• Intensity Mapping
• Fund Disbursement Pilot
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Baseline Survey &
Process Monitoring
Dos and Don’ts
Baseline & Process Monitoring Agencies
Status
State
1
Jharkhand
BS
PM
MIS
Completed
Completed
Completed
2
Gujarat
Completed
Completed
Completed
3
Assam
Completed
Not Started
EOI
4
MP
Completed
Completed
EOI
5
Karnataka
RFP
EOI
EOI
6
Tamil Nadu
RFP
EOI
EOI
7
UP
Completed
Not Required
Not Started
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Haryana SRLM has completed procurement
Baseline
Survey Agency
93
SRLMs with Agencies on Board
- Ensure deployment of team as proposed for the
indicated duration
- Ensure that same team members are not concurrently
engaged elsewhere
- Replacement of key team members permitted only in
exceptional cases, but with equivalent team members.
- Agencies adhere to agreed sample size, distribution and
selection procedure ( in both Mission intensive and
control areas);
- Agencies to deploy full field team including CRPs as
investigators after two weeks of training;
- All questionnaires /tools to be field tested and
approved by SRLM
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SRLMs with Agencies on Board (cont..)
- SRLMs to ensure that all potential mission
outcome indicators are captured through
questionnaires/tools;
- Agency conforms to agreed data digitization and
analysis plan;
- SRLMs not to allow unusual time overruns in the
completion of agreed tasks and outputs;
- An internal team to be dedicated to support and
monitor the work of the agency;
- SRLMs without agencies on board need to
complete procurement, latest by Oct 2014.
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Procurement
Snapshot of Procurement
Sustained efforts of NMMU/State Missions,
following Patna workshop yielding good results
As against 86 identified procurements in NRLP
states (other than Bihar);
-
Contracts signed - 36;
RFP/contracting stage - 27;
EOI state – 17; and
Not Started – 8
However, states lagging behind in
procurement of MIS and Process Monitoring
agencies
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Procurement Status
Contra
cting Remarks
Stage
Completed
Not
Started
EOI
Stage
RFP
Stage
1 Jharkhand
7
-
-
1
-
2 Gujarat
5
-
-
-
3
3 Assam
3
1*
1
1
2
4 MP
2
-
2
-
1
5 Karnataka
-
-
4
3
1
6 Tamil Nadu
2
-
3
2
-
7 UP
1
2*
2
1
2
20
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12
8
9
State
Total
PM*
PM, MIS*
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Status of MIS Procurement
Out of 13 NRLP states, only 4 (Bihar,
Gujarat, Jharkhand and Rajasthan) have
contracted the services of MIS Agency
Other states (Assam, Karnataka, Maharashtra,
MP, Odisha, UP and West Bengal) are still at
the initial stage of developing TORs and
seeking approvals
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Procurement of MIS Agency Learning from other states
Experience of Jammu & Kashmir, a non -NRLP
state and Jharkhand, a NRLP state:
• Got their MIS systems designed, developed and
rolled out in about 4 months;
• Cost of the assignment is about Rs.30 lakhs each;
and
• Both applications are found adequate and
functioning well
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Procurement - Important
Advisories Issued
Advisory on Hiring MIS Agency - 4th June 2014
Advisory to prevent concurrent deployment/
projection of same team members elsewhere 8th Sep 2014
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Procurement – Action Points
All essential procurements required to be
completed by Oct. 2014
Operationalizing MIS system needs to be taken
up on priority
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Financial Management
NRLM – Allocation 14-15
Components
BE 2014-15 Rs.cr
NRLM (Grants-in-Aid to States)
554.00
NRLP
650.00
Skills (Including Himayat)
728.00
Interest Subvention – I (150 districts)
650.60
IS - II (Remaining districts)
620.40
MKSP
149.00
RSETI
100.00
Innovation
67.00
GOALS : Co-financing through D.S.S
10.00
Miscellaneous
31.00
PMRDF
40.00
400.00
DRDA Administration
Grand Total
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4000.00
104
Financial Progress under NRLM - 2014-15
(Rs. In Crore)
OB
(01.04.2014)
(SGSY + NRLM)
Central
Allocation
Total
Available
Fund (TAF)
Expenditure
% of
Expenditure
w.r.t TAF
Andhra Pradesh
(Including Telangana)
12.32
24.17
24.40
5.21
21.35
Gujarat
19.75
9.10
19.75
2.99
15.14
Haryana
12.91
5.35
14.68
2.21
15.05
Jammu & Kashmir
16.43
45.00
46.14
15.21
32.96
Jharkhand
104.94
21.68
106.38
7.37
6.93
Karnataka
28.18
18.25
39.19
5.84
14.90
Madhya Pradesh
49.10
27.36
49.10
19.46
39.63
Punjab
11.19
2.60
11.19
0.88
7.86
Tamil Nadu
166.97
21.37
173.59
108.30
62.39
Uttar Pradesh
941.58
82.77
954.78
1.74
0.18
Assam
141.35
35.98
141.60
1.54
1.09
Manipur
2.02
2.41
2.02
2.06
101.98
Mizoram
2.02
0.63
2.34
1.23
52.56
10.61
0.52
State
Tripura
10.61
Total
1519.37
Central
Release
12.09
22.50
0.32
4.35
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301.02
34.91
1595.77
174.56
4.90
105
10.94
Financial Progress under NRLP during
2014-15
(Rs. In Crore)
State
OB
(01.04.2014)
Approved
AAP
(Central
Share)
Central
Release
Total
Available
Fund (TAF)
Expenditur
e
% of
Expenditure
w.r.t TAF
65.22
24.85
38.10
Assam
65.22
67.35
Gujarat
9.17
40.92
20.46
29.63
4.59
15.49
Jharkhand
19.74
70.82
35.41
55.15
24.66
44.71
Karnataka
11.44
33.18
11.91
1.38
11.59
0.00
105.60
52.80
47.16
89.32
Tamil Nadu
29.88
50.69
29.88
13.66
45.72
Uttar Pradesh
34.79
62.00
34.79
5.83
16.76
Andhra Pradesh
16.67
73.30
16.67
NR
186.91
503.86
296.05
122.13
Madhya Pradesh
52.80
(Including Telangana)
Total
108.67
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* TAF also includes State share released
and- 18th
miscellaneous
receipts.
43.71
106
Slow Utilisation of NRLM Funds
NRLM
 Only AP, Telangana, Jammu & Kashmir, Kerala, Mizoram
and Nagaland have been released 1st instalment under
NRLM. WB & Puducherry releases under process.
 All other states have not requested for funds.
NRLP
 Jharkhand, MP, Gujarat and Kerala have been released
1st instalment under NRLP.
 Chhattisgarh proposal is under process.
 Tamil Nadu and Bihar have submitted requisition for
funds under NRLP. Documentation is incomplete.
 5 states - Maha, Odisha, Rajasthan, Assam & WB- no
proposal yet.
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Reporting Requirements
All SRLMs were requested to furnish SGSY closure report, duly
completing the audit of DRDAs, latest by June, 2014.
•
•
•
•
Only Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Nagaland submitted.
Mizoram reports are not in prescribed format.
Karnataka, Jharkhand & MP submitted interim closure report.
All States are requested to expedite and complete the process by
December, 2014.
All SRLMs to ensure the submission of Audit Report for FY 201314 by 30thSeptember 2014.
 Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal are yet to appoint
Statutory Auditors.
All SRLMs to ensure submission of IUFRs for quarter ending
September, 2014 by 20th October, 2014.
All SRLMs to review the performance of DMMUs regularly &
ensure review of BMMU/ CBOs .
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Financial Management Related Issues
FMTSA has been appointed only in five States
namely Assam, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jharkhand and
Rajasthan.
Tally –SRLMs are requested to validate the data
(reconcile reports from FMS with manual records)
and continue to maintain their accounts on FMS.
FM indicator reporting for half year ending
September,14 is to be submitted by 31st October,
2014.
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Financial Management Related Issues
 Utilization of Grants-in-Aid for Interest Subvention (Category –
II)
• None of the SRLMs (except Andhra Pradesh and Telangana)
has come up for 1st instalment during 2014-15.
• All SRLMs should submit the status report on disbursement
of Interest Subvention for 2013-14 to the eligible SHGs duly
supported by Utilisation Certificate and Bank Statement.
 Liquidation of unspent balances
• Unspent balances with SRLMs beyond current year’s
allocation to be surrendered to the Ministry
• The detailed
shortly
instructions in this regard will be issued
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National Annual Writeshop –
November 2014
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National Annual Writeshop
 3rd National Annual Writeshop (8 days, 11-18
November 2014) at NIRD Hyderabad
NRLP States to participate in full strength; the remaining
states to send one senior representative
Special 5-day Regional Writeshops for NE states (Kohima) November/December 2014
Special 5-day Regional Writeshops for NW states (Jammu) November/December 2014
 Learning from each other
 Sharing both success and failures
 All NRLP Mission Directors to attend the last 4-
days (15th, 16th , 17th and 18th November, 2014)
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Writeshop – Indicative Agenda
 10-year Perspective/Progression at:
household, SHG, VO,
CLF, Block
 Vision for State, district, block units and plans
 Team – collapsing specialization to generalist team member
 Key task: identify, train, and nurture community cadres
 Communitization and HR Rationalization
 Key skills in NRLM – participatory processes and engaging
with communities, training, management (self, team, project,
institutions), leadership and mentoring.
 Capacity building plans for SRLM and Community
 States to suggest specific items of interest to them
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Writeshop – Indicative Agenda
 Systems and protocols in SRLM and Community
institutions
 Community Operational Manual – revisit
 Participatory Identification of Poor - way forward
 Act for SHGs and SHG Federations
 External/Internal CRP Workshop
 Inputs for NRLP Mid-Term Review
 Next Annual Action Plan for 15 months
 Unit cost for 2015-16
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Thank You!

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