Zila Panchayat

Zila Panchayat is apex body in a district to implement services for rural India.
Some roles and responsibilities of Zila Pachayat:

  1. Provide essential services and facilities to the rural population and the planning and execution of the development programmes for the district.
  2. Supply improved seeds to farmers.
  3. Set up and run schools in villages. Execute programmes for adult literacy.
  4. Start Primary Health Centres and hospitals in villages. Start vaccination drives against epidemics and family welfare campaigns.
  5. ncourage entrepreneurs to start small-scale industries like cottage industries, handicraft, agriculture produce processing mills, dairy farms, etc. Implement rural employment schemes.
Designation Name Phone No. Address
CEO Zila Panchayat Shri Parth Jaiswal IAS 07162-244369 Collector Campus

Schemes under Zila Panchayat


Swachh Bharat Mission (Rural)
Implementation and provision of Swachh Bharat Mission: – Swachh Bharat Abhiyan has been launched by Hon’ble Prime Minister from 2 October 2014. Swachh Bharat Mission – Rural aims to make Gram Panchayats open defecation free and create a clean and clean environment.

Construction Agency: – Gram Panchayat, Self Beneficiary and Self Help Group.

Payment Process: – After construction of toilets by the construction agency, an amount of Rs. 12000 / – is paid.

Eligible beneficiaries: – Under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, eligible beneficiaries will be as follows –
BPL – All families residing in Gram Panchayat.
APL – SC, ST, small and marginal farmers, landless families, widow heads and disabled eligible beneficiaries.

For information under the scheme, information can be obtained by contacting at the district level : –
In District Office: – District Coordinator Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
In the Janpad Office: – Chief Executive Officer, Janpad Panchayat and Block coordinator clean india campaign
In Gram Panchayat: – Secretary / Employment Assistant.

Activities under ODF Plus: – Separation, collection and safe disposal of household wastes at Gram Panchayat level making domestic compost and construction of bio gas plant.

Preamble: – Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana – The main objective is to provide pucca housing with various facilities to all by 2022. According to the survey list of the Socio Economic Caste Census 2011, zero room, one room, two rooms will be provided. According to the guidelines to the families, the cost of construction of the unit for eligible families to build the house, cost is Rs.1,30,000 / -. During construction, Geo-tagging is done through Awaas App and the entire amount in 4 installments is sent through FTO in the bank account of the beneficiary.

Beneficiary Selection Process: – The list of beneficiaries found in the housing portal of the Socio-Economic Caste Census 2011 list displayed in the housing portal, verification of unprivileged eligible households is approved by the Gram Sabha.

Registration and Approval: According to the approved list from Gram Sabha, the registration of the beneficiaries is done online in the district from the district panchayat level. Registration is done through the portal of housing from district level according to category wise target obtained from the government.

Details of installments: – After acceptance, the first installment amount of Rs. 25,000 / – to the concerned beneficiaries directly from the district panchayat level in the account of the beneficiary is issued. On completion of plinth level work by the beneficiary, the second installment amounted to Rs. 45,000 / -. And on completion of roof level beam work, the third installment amount of Rs 45,000 / – is released. Completion of Housing Construction Underground Final Installment / Fourth Installment Rs. 15,000 / – The rest of the accommodation is given after completion of the work.

Payment of wages: – 95 days wages per day of Rs. 176 / – in the account of the concerned beneficiary during the construction of the house. The value is paid from the MNREGA scheme.

Training of women masons: – To prepare adequate masons for housing construction, training of 45-day masons is given from time to time in each district panchayat in which 6 women / men masons and 1 demonstator get training in 1 house. The remuneration and completion certificates of the training period are given by the certified institution. Whose monitoring and inspection work is done by the concerned assistant engineer and development block coordinator.

Inspection and Monitoring: – The progress of the scheme is reviewed through monthly and weekly review meetings at the district, district panchayat and cluster levels. At the cluster and village panchayat level, regular inspection and monitoring work is done by the concerned ADO, PCO, subcontractors, secretaries and village employment assistants to provide installments to the beneficiaries from time to time and complete quality housing works in a timely manner.

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Madhya Pradesh State Rural Livelihood Mission, District – Chhindwara

Implementation of Madhya Pradesh State Rural Livelihoods Mission: –

The State Rural Livelihoods Mission under Madhya Pradesh State Livelihoods Forum has been started from July 2012 to form strong self-help groups of women from rural poor families to provide institutional development and sustainable livelihood opportunities to them. In the year 2018, intensive implementation has been started in 313 blocks of all the districts of the state.
Objective: – The objective of the mission is to train women of rural poor families to organize them as self-help groups and empower them and provide useful self-employment and skill-based livelihood opportunities to the families of the group members as per their interest. Through strong basic institutions, the livelihood of the poor can be improved on a permanent basis.
Beneficiary Selection Procedure: – Targeted families according to very poor and poor families or Socio Economic Caste Census (SECC-2011) identified through participatory based and transparent process.

Main activities:

Forming and empowering self-help groups.
Through the Cycle Fund (Revolving Fund), Community Investment Fund (CIF) Disaster Fund (VRF) and Bank Linkage
Small, large economic needs of poor families are catered to.
Co-ordination of groups with other schemes of the government and providing benefits as per eligibility.
Village organization (VO) and cluster level organization (CLF) after the formation of self-help groups.
Cooperation in providing various social security schemes, health and life insurance, asset insurance facility to group members.
To provide employment opportunities to rural youth by providing skill based training for employment / self-employment.
Self Help Group (SHG):

A group of 10 to 20 women of the village who are of similar thinking and want to get organized and try to come out of poverty. Equality in group ideology, economic and social status of women is the mainstay of the self-help group.

Village Organization (VO):

Village organization is a federation in which self-help groups present in the village participate and work for the socio-economic empowerment of the group members. As a village organization, the groups get a platform where they automatically learn by sharing their experiences, can decide voluntarily to build mutual cooperation.

Package Level Confederation:

Cluster level organization is a federation in which village organizations participate. Group members, village organizations work for training, social, economic empowerment of members / office bearers. You can decide to build mutual cooperation.

Community Source:

Identified and enhanced the capacity of the community sources for the purpose of propagating the concept of the group from within the community, organizing the group’s records, organizing group meetings, conducting and capacity building, bank combination, cooperation in income earning activities of the groups, etc. goes . These community sources permanently participate in the empowerment of community organizations.

Financial provision:

Revolving Fund (Provision of Rs. 1 thousand per member and maximum of Rs. 15 thousand).
Community Investment Fund (Maximum Rs. 1,10,000 / – per group).
Disaster Fund (Rs. 1,500 / – per member for very poor people / families to face any disaster).
Employment Oriented Program: –
Employment opportunities are being made available to rural youth by providing skill based training for employment / self-employment.
1. Training and planning – Post-training planning.
2. Self-Employment Training (RCET) – Post-training self-employment.
3. Employment Fair – Organization of employment fairs at the development block and cluster level.

Deendayal Upadhyaya Rural Skills Scheme (DDU-GKY): –

1. Objective: To impart skill training and planning to rural youth through project implementation institutions.
2. Beneficiary category: Poor rural youth in 15-35 category. Upper age limit for PVGT, PWD, transgender, trafficking, manual scavengers etc. 45 years.
3. Beneficiary Selection Process: Project Implementation Institutions mobilize from rural areas according to the districts of the project proposal allotted to the interested scheme beneficiary category.

Chief Minister Economic Welfare / Chief Minister Self-Employment Scheme:

1. Objective: To provide loan / assistance for setting up of new industries.
2. Beneficiary category: All classes
3. Project Cost: The project cost under the Chief Minister’s Economic Welfare Scheme is a maximum of Rs. 50 thousand. The project cost in the Chief Minister Self Employment Scheme is Rs. 50 thousand to Rs. 10 lakhs.

Livelihood activities: –
1. Agro-based livelihood activities: low cost improved agriculture and organic farming.
2. Non-agricultural based livelihood activities: Non-agricultural activities mainly include sewing, sanitary napkin production and repackaging, soap making, incense sticks, handloom etc.

– Mid-day meal program –
Preface :-
The mid-day meal program started on 15 August 1995, and since then the scheme has been continuously improving. In the year 2004, the state government decided that instead of oatmeal being given in schools, cooked food such as lentils and rotis, vegetables should be supplied. In which government, semi-government and primary schools were included. In the year 2004-05, instructions were issued to the Government of India, Ministry of Human Resources and Development to release the amount of cooking food. From the year 2006, there was a provision for giving dal-sabzi-roti (in the wheat circulation area) and dal-chowl-sabzi (in the chowl circulation area) in all government primary and aided schools. Mid-day meal was started in the tribal areas in secondary schools in 2007-08 and in the year 2008-09, mid-day meal was also started in all SHG and grant-in-aid schools. With effect from July 15, 2015, distribution of 10 gram / day / student milk was started in private schools.
Mid-Day Meal Program: –
1. Universalization of education.
2. To improve the nutritional level of children.
3. To increase the attendance of students in schools and to connect school children with education.
4. Enrollment of students.
5. To provide employment to women living below the rural poverty line.

Weekly menu: –

Weekday Menu option
Monday Chapati with tur dal and kabuli chana and tomato vegetable
Tuesday Kheer / Halwa and Moongbadi and Potato Tomato Vegetable with Puri
Wednesday Chana Dal and Mix Vegetable with Roti
Thursday Vegetable Pulao and Pakoda Kadhi
Friday Moong dal and green or dried tomato / dried pea vegetable with vegetable
Saturday Mix Dal and Green Vegetable with Paratha

Salad / Papad / Chutney should also be supplied along with the food to be supplied as above.

School food रसोईया मानदेय
Primary School 100g / day / student 4.48 / day / student 2000 / month
Secondary school 150 g / day / student 6.71 / day / student 2000 per month

Distribution of milk in the form of extra food: – – 3 days supply of milk in primary schools
(Mon./ Wed./ Fri.) 10 g / day / student

Hand Washing: – In schools, a hand washing unit was supplied using Panch Parmeshwar’s amount in each primary school using an amount of 5,500 / -.

Dining Table Supply: –– Dining Table Gram Panchayats provided dining table, wood, iron, cement for food in the schools for an amount of 15.500 / – in which students can eat.

Adarsh ​​Kitchenshed: – The kitchens of 145 schools in the district were made ideal, which were completed with gram panchayat and public participation.