Induction-cum-GPDP Training to PRI members

The elected representatives are change agents of the Rural Local Government. They are the most trusted persons in the rural community to infuse the messages related to various rural development initiatives, schemes and programmes. Strengthening Panchayati Raj Institutions and preparation of Gender Sensitive-Gram Panchayat Dev elopment Plan (GPDP) through participation and capacity building is identified as key strategy for rural development. But it is observed that the first generation representatives and more particularly the Elected Women Representatives, do not readily possess the required capacity in terms of knowledge, awareness, attitude, skills and self-confidence to perform their roles effectively. So NSP initiated works towards capacity building of elected representatives (Sarapanches, PS members and Ward Members, etc.) so that they would be able to perform their functions efficiently. In the last year NSP organized 18 batches Induction-cum-GPDP in which a total 836 newly elected ward members covering Kanas, Bramhagiri and Tangi blocks participated and learned about various social welfare schemes and programs such as NREGA, SGSY, PMRY, SBM, JJM, Basudha, Samagra Sikshya (RTE), Gram Sabha, Palli Sabha, Special Gram Sabha, 73rd CAA, Role of WMs including other social welfare programs of the state and central Govt. To this effect, NSP also organized induction-cum-GPDP trainings for selective PRI members with the following objectives. Summary of Key Topics covered in the Training Programs: Sl. TOPICS 1 5Ts & “Mo Sarkar” 2 ? PRI system and role of PRI members, Gram Sabha, Palli Sabha, Meetings of Standing Committees 3 . Central Finance Commission & State Finance Commission 4 ? Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) & Gram Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP) 5 Funds management by Gram Panchayat 6 Drinking Water & SBM & Welfare schemes under PR department 7 Rural Housing for All 8 MGNREGS 9 WCD, Mission Shakti, Health and Family Welfare, Major programs of sports department 10 My ideal Gram Panchayat 11 School Education Program 12 Social welfare and security programs for SC, ST, PWDs Major programs of department of Food Supplies 13 E-Administration and Online Service 14 Major Programs of Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Animal Husbandry 15 Cross Learning from Good Practices through Field Exposure Visit 16 Role of GP for Disaster Management 17 Role of Social Media/Platform 18 Steps of Preparation of GPDP Convergence of different Schemes and programs 10. CAPACITY BUILDING OF PRI MEMBERS 30.

01 • To strengthen the capacity and professionalism of the newly elected representatives.

02 • To educate them in terms of knowledge, information, positive attitude, skills and self-confidence

. 03 • To ensure their practical involvement to resolve the issues related to rural development by preparing and executing the GPDP.