Reading material of Local Panchayati elected representatives, Chhattisgarh.


The reading material developed by Thakur Pyarelal State Institute of Panchayat & Rural Development Chhattisgarh. This will be focused on the participation of Chhattisgarh elected representatives of Panchayati raj institutions (PRI). The constitutional provision adopted in the light of 73rd constitutional amendment act, 1992 and identifies the problems faced in the implementation of the provisions of the act. The main objectives are to utilise the available resources in the Gram Panchayats and also elected representatives of Gram Panchayat would know their rights and duties. The reading material provides the information about 1/3rd of reservation seats women participants in development process. The reading material includes information of Panchayati raj act, rules, the rights and responsibilities of elected representatives of PRI’s. The study concluded that the gap is increasing between expected roles and the roles performed by elected representatives in the Panchayati Raj. Therefore there is need to provide necessary capacity building for the elected representatives in PRI’s

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