what is sansad adarsh gram yojana
Friends, Hon’ble Prime Minister of our country, Shri Narendra Modi ji had launched sansad adarsh gram yojana (SAGY) on 11 October 2014 on the birth anniversary of Lok Nayak Shri Jai Prakash Narayan at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, the capital of our country.
Under this gram yojana, our Prime Minister had a target of developing three Adarsh Grams by March 2019, out of which 1 Adarsh Village was to be achieved by 2016 and similarly under Saansad adarsh gram yojana by 2024 five such Adarsh Grams (per Year) will be selected and developed.
Simply put, under this scheme, an MP of the country who has been elected by the people of his area will choose one of the rural areas in his area and will launch several schemes of development in it so that he will be at the forefront of the village development. are
That is to say, in simple language, through this sansad adarsh gram yojana of the government, the rural area of our country is to be developed. Under this scheme, how can we overcome the problem of employment in the country, how can we take forward the economy of the country by developing rural areas in the country, etc. Not that can be completed by the plan
Sansad adarsh gram yojana 2020
This sansad adarsh gram yojana of the government will keep the rural soul of India alive and help the people of the country to reach the officers of basic amenities and quality so that the rural people of the country can shape their destiny a value.
This village scheme, inspired by the principles and values of Mahatma Gandhi, puts equal stress on the values of national pride, patriotism, community spirit, confidence in nurturing and developing infrastructure.
The scheme is unique and transformative because it has a holistic approach to development. The consolidated development of selected villages in many areas such as agriculture, health, education, sanitation, environment, livelihoods, etc. is foreseen, which is beyond mere infrastructure development, the objective of the Parliament Adarsh Gram Yojana is to establish certain values. Such as people’s participation, Antyodaya, gender equality, the dignity of women, social justice, sense of community service, cleanliness, respect for the environment, ecological balance. Local autonomy, peace, and harmony in public life, cooperation, independence, transparency, and accountability, etc.
The gram panchayat will be a basic unit for the development of this government scheme. It will have a population of 3000-5000 in the plains and 1000-3000 in hilly, tribal and difficult areas. In districts where this unit size is not available, those gram panchayats can estimate the desired population size.
MP’s work under the scheme
The Lok Sabha MP has to select a Gram Panchayat from within his constituency and the Rajya Sabha MP has to select a Gram Panchayat from the rural area of a district of his choice in the state from which he is elected. Nominated MPs can choose a Gram Panchayat from rural areas of any district of the country. In the case of urban constituencies (where there are no gram panchayats), the MP will identify a gram panchayat from other constituencies nearby.
The MPs of the country will connect with the community, facilitate the village development plan and mobilize the necessary resources. Sansad Adarsh gram yojana will give a special thrust to bring every poor family out of poverty. Before formulating the plan, there will be an orderly environment building and social mobility, which will be led and guided by the MPs themselves. The planning process in each village will be a participatory exercise coordinated by the District Collector. The MP will play an active facilitator role in this exercise.
The MPs will also directly support the activities of health camps at the village level, organizing grievance redressal camps, community support, etc. They will give a direction to overall development and our simple villagers will pave their way through their hard work and entrepreneurial skills.
Important features of Sansad adarsh gram yojana
adarsh gram yojana pays attention to community participation. The social development of the village community can trigger a range of other developmental activities in the village. For example, reducing risk behaviors such as alcohol, smoking, substance abuse (drugs/tobacco / gutkha, etc.) among all age groups of the population.
Goals of sansad adarsh gram yojana
Strengthening local democracy and facilitating good governance through strong and transparent gram panchayats and active gram sabhas is an important goal of Sansad adarsh gram yojana under this village scheme of the government.
The participation of women in the decision-making process will be encouraged. In fact the scheme envisages women and children to organize Mahila Sabha and Bal Sabha to discuss specific issues and concerns. There will also be a push to e-governance.
Ensuring universal access to education facilities, adult literacy, e-literacy are also important goals of Sansad Adarsh gram yojana. Under this scheme, attention is also given to providing basic facilities such as toilets, libraries and supporting smart schools in schools.
To create a vibrant and harmonious society within the village activities such as honoring village elders, folk art festivals, village singing, etc. will be encouraged. Personal development through sports, regular physical exercise
Importance of Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana
The Adarsh Gram Yojana aims to instill certain values in the villages and their people so that they become models for others. These values include:
- Ensuring participation of all sections of society in all aspects related to village life, especially in decision-making related to governance
- Enabling the “poorest and most vulnerable person” in the village
- Confirming gender equality and ensuring respect for the women of the country
- To instill a sense of community service in the rural area
- To promote the culture of cleanliness in the country more and more.
- Ensuring a balance between development and ecology under the scheme
- Ensuring the protection of local cultural heritage
- Promote self-help and self-reliance by creating the spirit of Adarsh Gram in rural areas of the country
- Ensuring peace and harmony in the village community
- To inculcate the spirit of observing the values enshrined in the fundamental rights and fundamental duties of the Indian Constitution in the Indian public residing in rural areas under this gram yojana of the Government.
Objectives Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana
The government has some main objectives of the scheme to get the value forms of this Adarsh gram yojana which are as follows:
- Ensuring universal access to education facilities, adult literacy, e-literacy
- Toilets in schools, library, and support of smart schools
- Generate a developmental and effective local governance model at the local level that can inspire neighboring gram panchayats to learn and adapt
- Work to improve the standard of living of all sections of the population:
- Provide better infrastructure
- Provide better infrastructure
- Ensuring higher productivity
- Promote human development
- Finding better livelihood opportunities
- Reduce disparities
- Providing assured access to rights
- Promoting prosperous social capital
Activities in Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana
An ideal village should be developed with the common vision of the people by utilizing its potential and available resources, which is duly facilitated by the MP. Gram panchayats, civil society and government machinery. Naturally, the elements of an ideal village would be context specific, including:
- Enhancing accessible practices and practices
- Promoting healthy habits including daily exercise and sports
- Reducing risk behavior – alcohol, smoking, substance abuse, etc.
- To further promote the spread of feelings of morality
- Universal access to basic health facilities consisting of health cards, medical examination
- Sex ratio balance
- 100% institutional delivery
- Improve nutritional status for all, with special focus on children, adolescents, pregnant women, and lactating mothers
- Emphasizing the special needs of persons with disabilities (PWD), especially children and women.
- Providing best education facilities up to class X
- To schools. To provide IT-enabled classrooms, e-library, web-based learning in schools by converting to smart schools and e-literate to provide quality education to all students.
- Promoting Adult Literacy
- Emphasis on e-literacy
- Activities to promote voluntariness like Bharat Nirman volunteers
- Build people’s capacity to participate fully and contribute to local development
- Activities to honor village elders, local role models especially women, freedom fighters and martyrs
- Village sports and folk art festival
- Celebrating ‘Village Day’
- Active steps for inclusion and integration of socially excluded groups, especially Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes
- Including activities for violence and crime-free villages such as: setting up citizen committees, sensitivity, especially of youth
Promoting diversified agriculture and allied livelihoods including livestock and horticulture,
- Organic farming
- Soil health card
- Establishment of seed banks
- Livestock development including dung bank, cattle hostel
- Agricultural service center
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