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Hyderabad: ‘SabkiYojnaSabkaVikas’ National Workshop on People’s Plan Campaign 2021

National Workshop on People’s Plan Campaign 2021(SabkiYojnaSabkaVikas)

for formulation of Gram Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP), Block Panchayat Development Plans (BPDP) and District Panchayat Development Plans (DPDP)

The National  Institute of  Rural Development and Panchayati Raj (NIRDPR) , Rajendranagar Hyderabad has organised one day national level workshop on 13th Sep 2021 ,  for the State Nodal officers (SNOs) on  People’s Plan Campaign (PPC) 2021  for  formulation of a comprehensive  Gram Panchayat Development Plans (GPDP), Block Panchayat Development Plans (BPDP) and District Panchayat Development Plans (DPDP), by all three tiers of Panchayats across the country from 2nd October 2021 to 31st January 2022.

Shri NagendraNath Sinha,Secretary, Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), Shri Sunil Kumar  Secretary, Ministry of Panchayati Raj (MoPR) ,  Dr G Narendra Kumar, Director General, NIRDPR, Dr C.S Kumar  Additional Secretary, MoPR, Smt Rekha Yadav Joint Secretary MoPR and Shri ManeeshGarg, Joint Secretary Ministry of Education participated in the inaugural session of this workshop. Total 125 officials and State Nodal Officers from 21 States and UTs attended this workshop. Resource persons from other line ministries also shared their views.

Under Article 243G of Constitution, Panchayats have been mandated for preparation and implementation of plans for economic development and social justice. Thus, Panchayats have a significant role to play in the effective and efficient implementation of flagship schemes/programmes on subjects of national importance for transforming rural India.  Planning is a systematic way of viewing problems and developing short and long term solutions. It is also a decision making tool. With this aim, theMoPR  has rolled out  PPC 2021  as ‘SabkiYojnaSabkaVikas’.

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The PPC2021  helpthe Panchayats  in preparation of convergent and holistic plans through identification of sectoral infrastructural gaps in respective areas. The approval of GPDP, BPDP and DPDP for the year 2022-23, well in advance, will provide the Panchayats one full year for implementation and effective monitoring of works. The Panchayats will, thus, be in full readiness for effective utilization of the 15thFinance Commission Grants and other resources available at their disposal.

The Director General NIRDPR while welcoming the gathering has informed that this year’s  PPC will focus  on quality of Planning, localizing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and integrating the  Village Poverty Reduction Plan (VPRP) with GPDP.

Dr C S Kumar, Additional Secretary observed that this yeas planning will be evidence based, harnessing the knowledge gained from data and information and using it to optimize the planning process. Panchayats with a direct mandate from citizens, have a responsibility to contribute to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals. To deliver on SDGs the Panchayats  will  work together  with line departments, community based organizations and  local institutions.The localized SDG targets and indicators guide the Panchayats in formulation of GPDP and monitor its implementation.

During this campaign the Self Help  Groups (SHGs)  and their Village Organizations (VOs)  will also prepare VPRP   through the support of trained community resource persons, in all intensive Gram Panchayats  across  all  the  blocks  and  districts .The VPRP will be integrated with GPDP. This will enable better convergence between the PR and RD departments at the central and state levels to achieve effective planning and implementation of the GPDP.

Secretary Panchayati Raj, highlighted that the campaign is being undertaken on a large scale, given the number of Gram Panchayats in the country. Special efforts will be made to ensure maximum participation of vulnerable sections of society like SC/ST/Women etc in the planning process. The structured Gram Sabha meetings will be heldfrom 2nd October onward with physical presence and presentation by frontline workers/supervisors on 29 sectors. Emphasize will be there on subjects such as  drinking watersanitation,education, health, nutrition and skill training etc.

Secretary Rural Development stated that the Campaign is an intensive and structured exercise for planning through convergence between Panchayats and concerned departments of the State Visioning at Gram panchayat level is very important and planning activities should focus towards livelihood, basic and social services. Proper planning will make a real difference in better service delivery at grass-root level.



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