Maharashtra State Rural Livelihood Mission
Central Government has taken decision to restructure Swarnajayanti Gram
Swarojgar Yogna as National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRL.M).
Accordingly the State Government has decided to implement SGSY in form
of Maharashtra State Rural Livelihood Mission (MSRLM). Sharing pattern
between Central & State is 75% & 25%.
To reduce poverty through biuiliding strong grassroots institutions of
the poor. Thease institutions enable the poor households to access
gainful self-employment and skilled wage employment opportunities,
resulting in apprecialble increase in their incomes, on a sustinable
basis.“ Object of Mission
Guiding Principles of NRLM-
Poor have a strong desire to come out of poevrty, and have innate
Social mobilization and builiding strong institutions of the poor is
crictical for unleashing their capabilities,
An external dedicated and sensitive support structure is required to
induce social mobilizations
Inclusion of poorest
Equity-to the disadvantaged, esp. women and vulnerable groups
Ownership and key role of the poor in all stages – planning,
implementation, and monitoring.
MSRLM will be implementded in 36 blocks of 10 district’s having lower Human Development Index in the State, Viz
Gondia in first phase. MSRLM will be implemented in reamining blocks in
next phase later on.
In these 36 blocks of 10 district’s mission is implemented as a NRLM Intenesive and in rest of block as a NRLM Non-Intensive.
Under the mission, Committed and dedicated support structutes will be set up at state, districts, taluka and cluster level.
Poverty diagnostics study assigned to the Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economicas, Pune.
A core team and several thematic workgroups have been formed at the state level to assist with the State Perspective and Implementation plan (SPIP). This core team have a members from reoputed experts, Unisafe, Mavim, Navard, TISS, reputed NGOs, rural level intitution etc.
An outlay of Rs.991.00 lakh has been provided in the Tribal Sub-Plan of 2014-15 for this programme.
INDIRA AWAAS YOJANA
Indira Awaas Yojana (IAY) is being implemented in the State since April, 1989 as a sub-scheme of Jawahar Rojgar Yojna (JRY). The Government of India has given an independent status to this scheme from 1.1.1996 and since then this scheme is being implemented independently in the rural areas of the State . The funding pattern of this scheme is 75:25 (75% Central Share and 25% State Share).
In order to construct houses with quality, the Government of India has revised the cost Rs.70,000/- per house w.e.f. 1 April 2013. Similarly the State overnment has revised its additional State Share from 1 April 2013. Thus the Total cost per house is Rs. 1,00,000/-.
The break up of this Rs. 70,000/- is as below :-
|| Central Govt’s Share (75%)
|| 25% State Share
|| Rs. 17,500/-
|| Total State’s Share Per
| B II)
|| State Govt’s (Additional)
|| Ne house in Rs.42,500/-
|| Beneficiary Share
Indira Awaas Yojana in its present form has a limited format that is construction of new houses. As the need upgradation unserviceable kutchacha houses in the rural area is real, it is felt that it would be cost effective to provide part financing fords upgradation of existing houses. In view of this , it has been decided by the Government of India to suitable modify Indira Awaas Yojana so that it is implemented in two components.
a) Construction of new houses 80% of funds under Indira Awaas Yojana will be utilised.
b) Construction of unserviceable kutcha houses to semi-pucca/pucca houses at the rate of Rs. 1,000/- per unit , 20% of the available funds under Indira Awaas Yojana, are utilised for this purpose.
The Government of India has allocated the funds under Indira Awas Yojana. Accordingly the provision of Rs.19052.57 lakhs has been made available in the state budget by TDD fot the year 2014-15.