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Impact of Social Audit on the Performance of MGNREGS A Study in Tamilnadu and Karnataka

Governments are facing an ever growing demand for more accountable and socially responsible. The people are becoming more assertive about their rights to be informed and to influence governments...

MGNREGS Social Audit: A Primer

"Social Audit is a Scheme" it means auditing of a scheme by the active involvement of the primary stakeholders of the scheme. This report shows the pictorial presentation of Social Audit...

Social Audit Toolkit

The aim of the Social Audit Toolkit is to create awareness among the stake holders to understand the concept of social audit. It also provides guidance to the organisations in government, NGO, CBOs...

Devolution Devolution

Evidence Based Gram Panchayat Development Plan

This Power Point Presentation is about Evidence Based Gram Panchayat Development Plan for Identifying Gaps.

Salient Features of the Constitution 73rd Amendment regarding Panchayat Raj System..

Three tier Structure – Gram Panchayat, Intermediate Panchayat and Zilla Parishad :
A three-tier structure provides uniformity in structure.
Panchayats at the village level,...

Panchayati Raj Institutions and issues in decentralized delivery of services - A Field Based Study

It has become obligation on the part of Panchayati Raj Instituttons to manage delivery of services in rural areas as constitutional mandatory. It is because 29 subjects, which are supposed to be...

Gram Swaraj Expenment in Direct Democracy

The state government has initiated a bold experiment in local self- government by amending the Panchayat Raj legislation to devolve powers to the village-level Gram Sabha. What does the new...

Decentralised Governance in Madhya Pradesh

The Madhya-Pradesh Panchayat Raj Adhinliyam, 1997 was enacted by the state assembly, delineating the powers and functions of Panchayati Raj institutions in scheduled areas. Four years on, this...
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e-Governance e-Governance

PESA, Left-Wing Extremism and Governance: Concerns and Challenges in India’s Tribal Districts

This document is a report on functioning of PESA Act, 1996, which governs areas in nine states covered under the 5th Schedule of the Indian Constitution. The report prepared by Institute of Rural...

Finance Finance

Evidence Based Gram Panchayat Development Plan

This Power Point Presentation is about Evidence Based Gram Panchayat Development Plan for Identifying Gaps.

Gram Panchayat Development Plan - People’s Plan Campaign

This Presentation pertains to the Gram Panchayat Development Plan - People’s Plan Campaign of
Sabki Yojana Sabka Vikas.

Panchayati Raj Institutions Guidelines for Preparation Of Receipts & Payment Accounts

Based on the recommendations of the Eleventh Finance Commission, for exercising proper control and securing better accountability, the formats for
the preparation of budget & accounts and...

Decentralised Governance and Devolution of Funds to the Pancayats in Odisha

Devolution of the fiscal powers along with functions and functionaries to the Local Self-Governments has been received enormous academic attention. In India, the local self-governing institutions...

General General

Status GPDP in PESA Areas in Chattisgarh State

The PowerPoint presentation explains about Status GPDP in PESA Areas in Chattisgarh State by Rural Development & Panchayati Raj Department, Government of Rajasthan at People’s Plan Campaign for...

Status of GPDP – Rajasthan

The PowerPoint presentation explains about Status of GPDP – Rajasthan by Rural Development & Panchayati Raj Department, Government of Rajasthan at People’s Plan Campaign for Gram...

Gram Panchayat Development Plan in Jharkhand State

The PowerPoint presentation explains about Gram Panchayat Development Plan by Richa Chaudhary, State consultant, Jharkhand at People’s Plan Campaign for Gram Panchayat Development Plan (Sabki...

PESA in Andhra Pradesh

The PowerPoint presentation explains about PESA in Andhra Pradesh by TRIBAL WELFARE & PR&RD, Government of AP at People’s Plan Campaign for Gram Panchayat Development Plan (Sabki Yojana...

Planning Planning

Towards community conservation, Mendha-Lekha village

In the late 1970s the Indian government proposed an ambitious hydroelectric project in the
adjoining state of Madhya Pradesh. For the poor tribals of the region, the project not only meant

Brief Note on Implementation of PESA (PANCHAYAT EXTENSION TO SCHEDULED AREAS) ACT, 1996

The PowerPoint presentation explains about Brief Note on Implementation of PESA (PANCHAYAT EXTENSION TO SCHEDULED AREAS) ACT, 1996 and Status of amendments to PRI Acts & subject Laws compliant...

Status GPDP in PESA Areas in Chattisgarh State

The PowerPoint presentation explains about Status GPDP in PESA Areas in Chattisgarh State by Rural Development & Panchayati Raj Department, Government of Rajasthan at People’s Plan Campaign for...

Status of GPDP – Rajasthan

The PowerPoint presentation explains about Status of GPDP – Rajasthan by Rural Development & Panchayati Raj Department, Government of Rajasthan at People’s Plan Campaign for Gram...

Awards & Best Practices Awards & Best Practices

Participatory Forest Management in Mendha Lekha, India

This case study looks at ways to qualify the benefits from traditional participatory forest management as practiced in the small tribal village of Mendha Lekha, Maharshtra.

Protected area governance, effectiveness and management, Mendha-Lekha village

After many discussions in the village, it was decided that the key decision-making institution for self-governance and management of surrounding forests in Mendha would be the Gram Sabha (GS) or...
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Capacity Building Capacity Building

Towards Self-rule and Forest conservation in Mendha-Lekha Village, Gadchiroli

Mendha village is a perfect example of what a socially unprivileged but strongly united, and motivated community can achieve following the path of non violence (ahimsa), learning to be informed...

Forest-Based Bamboo Trade in Mendha Lekha and Jamguda

This paper documents two different models that can be adopted by tribal villages for forest-based bamboo trade under the ambit of the FRA, 2006.

Brief Note on Implementation of PESA (PANCHAYAT EXTENSION TO SCHEDULED AREAS) ACT, 1996

The PowerPoint presentation explains about Brief Note on Implementation of PESA (PANCHAYAT EXTENSION TO SCHEDULED AREAS) ACT, 1996 and Status of amendments to PRI Acts & subject Laws compliant...
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Election Election

A Gram Panchayat Election in Orissa

GOPALPUR, a rura l town of about 3,000 population, situated on the road side two miles to the south of
Ranpur garb, is the headquarters of Gopalpur Gram Panchayat. This panchayat is composed...

Zilla Parishad elections in Maharashtra and the district political elite

The Constitution-making process in contemporary India continues via the establishment of Panchayati Raj in the Indian states. Panchayati Raj is, in part, the result of India's commitment to...

Politics of Panchayat Elections

CHIEF MINISTER Karpuri Thakur, in racing through the Gram Panchayat elections against all advice, has left nobody in any doubt about his anxiety to consolidate the Janata party base as well as his...

Panchayat Elections Dismal Record

Panchayat elections have been postponed many times in several states on the flimsiest of grounds, clearly violating constitutional norms. Should this practice be allowed to continue?

Panchayat Elections A Turning Point

The heavy voter turn-out in the recent Panchayat elections in Punjab could signify a break in the hitherto widely prevalent sense of alienation among the rural population of the state. The...
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Gender Issues Gender Issues

Gender Mainstreaming through Policies and Programs in HP

Himachal Pradesh came into being as a part „C‟ State of the Indian Union on 15th April, 1948 by integration/merger together of 31 big and small hill States. In 1956, States‟ Reorganization...

An empirical study of women laboures at workplace and at home in rural punjab.

The study attempts to analyse the problems faced by the women labourers at the workplace and on the domestic front along with their social status and living
conditions in the rural areas of...
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Human Resources Human Resources

Towards Self-rule and Forest conservation in Mendha-Lekha Village, Gadchiroli

Mendha village is a perfect example of what a socially unprivileged but strongly united, and motivated community can achieve following the path of non violence (ahimsa), learning to be informed...

Forest-Based Bamboo Trade in Mendha Lekha and Jamguda

This paper documents two different models that can be adopted by tribal villages for forest-based bamboo trade under the ambit of the FRA, 2006.

Towards community conservation, Mendha-Lekha village

In the late 1970s the Indian government proposed an ambitious hydroelectric project in the
adjoining state of Madhya Pradesh. For the poor tribals of the region, the project not only meant