Nagaland to launch ‘Sabki Yojana Sabka Vikas’ campaign
Dimapur, Sep. 16 (EMN): The state government under the Rural Development department has announced that it will launch the ‘Sabki Yojana Sabka Vikas’ campaign from October 2, 2020, to January 31, 2021.
This was disclosed during a one-day training of the line department nodal officers held in the conference hall of the Rural Development department at Kohima on September 16.
An update from the state nodal officer for Gram Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP) K Neibou Sekhose informed that structured gram sabha meetings for preparation of village development plan for the next financial year i.e 2021-22 would be conducted during the campaign.
Activities to be taken during the campaign include strengthening role of about 31 lakh elected representatives (ERs) and 5.25 crore self help groups (SHG) women under DAY-NRLM; evidence based assessment of progress made in 2020-21 and proposals for 2021-22 in all 29 subjects of XI Schedule; public information campaign–full public disclosure on schemes, finances etc. of all schemes and programmes in gram panchayat office and on gram samvaad app; structured gram sabha meetings from October 2, 2020, to January 31, 2021, with physical presence and presentation by frontline workers of all 29 sectors in XI Schedule.
Speaking on the occasion, RD director Imnukshila Jamir had highlighted on the role of the nodal officers during the campaign. She requested the nodal officers to extend coordination towards monitoring in the entire process of GPDP by ensuring convergence among different departments at all levels and also provide support to gram panchayat planning and facilitation team (GPPFT).
The resource persons were Renvungo Murry, SPM-MIS, NSRLM, who spoke on Mission Antyodaya, and Dr. Juthsutho Phoji, senior faculty and nodal officer for RGSA, SIRD, who gave the introduction to people’s plan campaign 2020.
Topic on PRI-SHG convergence, village poverty reduction plan was shared by Kenivole Richa, programme manager, while the topic on social inclusion and social development and gram panchayat development plan 2021-22 was delivered by Vilopi Angami, rural development officer.
Officers from RD, SIRD and NSRLM along with nodal officers from the departments of New and Renewable Energy, PWD (R&B), Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services, Art and Culture, Social Welfare, Food and Civil Supplies and Water Resources attended the training.
It may be mentioned that gram panchayats have been mandated for the preparation of Gram Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP) for economic development and social justice.