50 days of additional employment in notified 15 drought affected districts under MGNREGS || TENDER CALL NOTICE || TOR for Hiring of different type of vehicles on Monthly Rent Basis ||


The MGNREGA Scheme was launched with the only objective of providing guaranteed employment to the needy rural poor. It was started from 1st April 2007 in Barpali Block & since then it has always been emphasizing to reach to the poorest. Though most part of Barpali Block is irrigated, still there are many people who really need some employment to maintain their livelihoods. As this Scheme runs with the help of manpower starting from Gram Sanjojak & GRS to DPC-cum-Collector level, there may be some shortfalls in its performance. To analyze this kind of shortfalls & to have an open interactions of the workers stating their problems & difficulties, an open PUBLIC HEARING was held on 27-10-2011 at Block premises. The hearing was presided by Sri R.P. Mund, Project Director, DRDA, Bargarh. Sri Pabitra Bag, Chairman, Barpali Block, Sri Mahendra Mahapatra, BDO, Barpali were also present. Sri M. Mahapatra, BDO presented the detailed performance report of MGNREGA in Barpali Block during the year 2011-12. The GP wise reports were presented by the respective Executive Officers before the public. All Sarpanches, ZP members, PS Members, President of one NGO namely DECS, Bargarh were also present. Some allegations were presented by the public regarding delay in payments by the Post Office. The PD DRDA, Bargarh assured of one discussion with the Postal Officials regarding the delay payments. Some more grievances were also received from the workers which were recorded & disposed off accordingly. It was decided to take more & more labour intensive projects to provide more employments to the poor people. As a whole the objective of MGNREGS were stated broadly so as to help the workers how to utilize the power of MGNREGS to strengthen their livelihood.
District : Bargarh
Block : Barpali
Financial Year : 2011-2012
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