eGramSwaraj aims to bring in better transparency in the decentralised planning, progress reporting and work-based accounting.
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SVAMITVA, a Central Sector Scheme of Ministry of Panchayati Raj was nation-wide launched by the Hon’ble Prime Minister on National Panchayati Raj Day, 24th April 2021 after successful completion of pilot phase of scheme (2020-2021) in 9 states.
The Government on 24/04/2018 on the occasion of National Panchayati Raj Day launched the restructured Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) of Rashtriya Gram Swaraj Abhiyan (RGSA) for implementation from 01.04.2018 to 31.03.2022 with the primary aim of strengthening Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with main thrust on convergence with Mission Antyodaya and emphasis on strengthening PRIs in the 117 Aspirational districts. The scheme has been approved with total budget outlay of Rs. 7255.50 crore out of which State share will be Rs. 2755.50 crore and the Central share will be Rs. 4500.00 crore. The scheme extends to all States and UTs including non-Part IX areas where Panchayats do not exist.
MoPR has undertaken e-Panchayat Mission Mode Project(MMP) with a view to introduce and strengthen e-Governance in Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) across the country and build associated capacities of the PRIs for effective adoption of the e-Governance initiative. Under this project, Panchayat Enterprise Suite (PES) has been conceptualised which comprises 11 Core Common applications. At present, Panchayat Enterprise Suite has been deployed/operational with 10 Core Common Applications and GIS layer module is under conceptualisation. Besides this one can also know the information on the adoption Status of these Applications across States.
The India Panchayat Knowledge Portal (IPKP) is a catalogued repository of Panchayat related knowledge- processes, procedures, learnings, problem solving, innovation and creativity engaged (as lessons learnt) by the States/ other stakeholders, so that various stakeholders can access it for different uses. This would result in central availability of both theoretical and empirical knowledge for all the stakeholders to use.
MoPR: Services offered (by PRIs through State Panchayati Raj depts & Line depts using ServicePlus only).
Users can apply for various certificates like birth, death, marriage, etc. either online or through a kiosk (assisted access). The mode of access is determined by the user department.
The guidelines issued by the Ministry of Finance for the release and utilisation of funds stipulate that prior to incurring any expenditure under the FFC award, proper plans are to be prepared by the Gram Panchayats for delivery of the basic services within the functions devolved to them as per the State laws called the Gram Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP). Hence, with FFC emphasising on providing financial stability and ensuring effective planning at the grassroots level GPDP gains highest significance. In order to assess the stage of planning where the State is currently at, this MIS has been developed.
Based on the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Finance, the MoPR issued detailed guidelines for utilizing these grants only through preparation of participatory Gram Panchayat Development Plans (GPDPs). FFC award is given based on rural population as per 2011 census @ of Rs. 488 per capita/annum at an aggregate level for 25 Part IX States and J&K. Under the ambit of Fourteenth Finance Commission, the funds provided to the Gram Panchayats can be utilized for certain basic activities as mandated by the FFC guidelines. This report shows the sector wise expenditure of the FFC grant