Friday, 5 December 2014

Pradhan Mantri Adarsh Gram Yojana

There is rural growth program started by the Indian Central government during the fiscal year of      2009-10 and known as Pradhan Mantri Adarsh Gram Yojana (PMAGY).  This program is for the growth of villages with an elevated ratio (more than 50%) of persons of the scheduled castes by union of central & state schemes & allocating monetary support on for each village.

The scheme is termed as pushy as it intended to carry a number of growth plans for the villages. Few of the plans are Bharat Nirman, Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) for roads in rural areas, water delivery, accommodation, electrification & several big-ticket plans such as Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, ICDS, hygiene. This agenda would be pertinent to approximately 44,000 villages with scheduled castes inhabitants more than 50% & so eligible for PMAGY.
The plan
The scheme targets to make an "Adarsh Gram" (Model village} that consists of sufficient physical & institutional infrastructure, with fully meeting the minimum requirements of every sector of the public. The village that is progressive & dynamic & its inhabitants live in accord. Every facility required for grand livelihood should be obtainable & the inhabitants are permitted to use their latent completely.
In the starting stage the Centre had given a total INR55.54 crore (US$10.05 million) to state of Assam, Bihar & Rajasthan. As a steer scheme the agenda was executed in thousand villages in Assam, Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan & Tamil Nadu having an portion of INR100 crore (US$18.1 million) and every village will obtain INR10 lakh (US$18,100) every year.
In 2011, September yearly grant on the scheme was increased to INR20 lakh (US$36,200) for every village & INR194 crore (US$35.11 million) are already exhausted in these villages up to this time. In the 12th 5 Year scheme the government aims to gather 44,000 villages and with a share of INR50 lakh (US$90,500) to every villages.
The target is integrated growth of the chosen villages to have every necessary physical & public infrastructure required for surrounding socio-economic growth. Another aim is removal of difference between SCs & other society in conditions of frequent socio-economic pointers like literacy rate, success rate of basic education, child /maternal death rate & possession of prolific possessions To guarantee the execution 2 committees an consultative commission with chief as the Deputy Chief Minister & a navigation commission with chief as the Chief Secretary have been created.

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