Deputy Commissioner, Karnal
|Sh. Mandip Singh Brar, IAS
(Information under Section 4 of the Right to Information Act-2005)
Important instructions :
The office of the Deputy Commissioner, Karnal runs the District administration, maintenance of law and order and redresses the grievances of the public and implements all the policy decisions of the Govt.
The District head quarter is at Karnal. The district is divided into two Sub Divisions, 5 tehsils and 3 sub tehsils. It has 434 villages. The total population is 12,74,843. What and rice are the main crops. The area is fertile and pollution free. The District is situated on G.T. Road. Some area of tehsil Indri and Gharaunda fall on the western bank of River Yamuna.
FUNCTIONING OF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE.
There are 14 branches which deal with various types of work assigned to them. Incharge of each branch is an official of Assistant rank. A citizen charter has been published which shows the nature of working of each branch in relation to public dealing and also elaborates the charge Govt. fees to be deposited, procedure adopted for accomplishment of work and this time frame fixed for the same. The rules and instructions of the Govt. governing the working are contained in the District Office Manual which is maintained by the Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent and is always available to the members of the public besides this instructions are revised from time to time and the same are maintained by each branch separately and are readily available to public on demand. Acts/Rules have been maintained in the Mini Sectt. in the court Room of Ld. D.C. and also with various other officers/branches as per their requirement. A District library has also been opened in Karnal where all such Acts/Rules are available for General Public.
Certified copies of other information is immediately supplied to the public on demand immediately. A separate register has been maintained for receipt and disposal of application under Right to Information Act, 2005. The information is supplied within the time frame fixed under the provision of the Act. The following Officers have been appointed as District Public Information Officers and Assistant Public Information Officers for Deputy Commissioner’s office as well as Sub divisional Magistrate offices.
BRANCHES OF COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE.
|| Name of office
|| Designation of PublicInformation Officer
|| Designation of Asstt Public Information Officer.
|| Deputy Commissioner, Karnal
|| City Magistrate, Karnal
|| S.D.O. (Civil) Karnal
|| S.D.O. (Civil), Karnal
|| Tehsildar Karnal, Gharaunda, Nilokheri
|| S.D.O. (Civil) Assandh
|| S.D.O. (Civil), Assandh
|| Tehsildar, Assandh
|| S.D.O (Civil) Indri
|| S.D.O (Civil) Indri
|| Tehsildar Indri
|| DRO Karnal
|| DRO Karnal
|| DDPO Karnal
|| DDPO Karnal
|| Dy. Supdt.
Following officers have been appointed as First/2nd Appellate Authority under the Act for Deputy Commissioner’s office as per direction of the Govt.
1. Deputy Commissioner, Karnal - Ist Appellate Authority.
2. Commissioner, Rohtak Division Rohtak - 2nd Appellate Authority.
Following arrangements to publicize the Act has been made :-
Citizen Charter has been displayed on Notice Board.
Important provision of Fees have been displayed.
Public Information Officer/Asstt. Public Information Officers have been appointed who are working as per rule.
Ist/2nd Appellate authority have been designated.
Register has been maintained for receipt of application and proper disposal ensured.
Rules/Acts are easily accessible to public.
Directory of officers/officials has been maintained.
The information has been put on Karnal District Website. Website Address is http://www.karnal.gov.in .
Information regarding working of office of Deputy Commissioner, Karnal is given below for the information of public.
(1) Establishment Branch.
This branch deals with posting transfers, maintenance of service record and grant of salary and other allowances to the employees of this office. The branch is governed by Civil Service Rules applicable to Haryana State. These rules are available in the office for access of the public and are also available in the market. This branch is under officer incharge ship of City Magistrate, Karnal.
(2) Complaint and Inquiry Branch (C&E)
This branch mainly deals with the redressal of grievances of the public. Any body can make a complaint to this branch for redressal of grievances. The action is promptly taken by this branch and applicants are informed. Serious complaints are put up before the District Grievances Committee which meets once in a month in Panchayat Bhawan Karnal under the chairmanship of Hon’ble Minister of Haryana Govt. Ld. D.C. is the vice President of this committee. There are also official and non official members of this committee, list of the same is available in the complaint branch of D.C. office. This branch is under the officer incharge ship of City Magistrate, Karnal.
(3) Miscellaneous Branch
This branch is mainly dealing with grant of licences for Cinemas, permit for holding public shows, public meeting, public gathering, establishment of public press, appointment of duty magistrates and other matter relating to maintenance of law and order. Haryana Cinemas Regulation Act, Cable TV regulation Act, Press Act etc. are available in the M.A. Branch for access of the public. This branch is under the officer incharge ship of City Magistrate, Karnal.
(4) Nazarat Branch
This branch makes payment of all kinds viz salary and contingency bill of the office. It is governed by the provision of Punjab Financial Rules and Kutchery Compound Funds rules which are available in the Nazarat Branch for perusal of the public. This branch works under officer incharge ship of City Magistrate, Karnal.
(5) Local Fund Branch
This branch is entrusted with the work of supervising the working of Municipal Council and Municipal Committees in the district. The budget of Municipal Council and Municipal Committees are passed by D.C./Commissioner Rohtak Division, Rohtak. The D.C. exercises the control over the working of Municipal Committees in various sections for example 245,246,247,248 section 99 Haryana Municipal Act of Municipal Account Code. The working is governed by the provision of Haryana Municipal Act/Rules. These books are available with the Local Fund Branch for perusal of the member of the public. This branch is located in room No 7. This branch is under the officer incharge ship of City Magistrate, Karnal.
6. Copying Branch.
Certified copies of documents contained in the official record are issued to the member of the public on demand against prescribed fees by the copying branch. This branch is governed by copying agency manual which is always available with the copying branch located in room No 13 of Mini Secretariat. On urgent demand copies are supplied within 24 hours. This branch is under the officer inchargeship of City Magistrate, Karnal.
7. Development Branch
This branch deals with the work of discretionary grants received from the Govt. and supervising various works done by the B.D.P.O.s. It is under the control of D.D.P.O. Karnal.
8. F.R.A. Branch
This branch deals with the flood protection work. Sufficient Nos of boats and other material is kept ready to meet with flood emergency. Trained officials are also available to help the members of the public during flood days. This branch also deals with the cases of help to poor who suffer from natural calamities.
This branch exercises control over the working of registration of documents by Sub Registrar. This branch also deals with granting of licences of deed writers and stamp venders. It also deals with refund cases of judicial stamp/court fees. It is under the officer inchargeship of D.R.O. Karnal.10. L.P.A. branch
This branch deals with issue of new arms licence and renewal of old arms licence of prohibited bore. This branch gets report from S.P. Karnal and take action on the application as per provision of the Indian Arms Act 1959 and the rules framed there under. The act is available with L.P.A. branch for perusal of the member of the public.
10. LIGH/MIGH BRANCH
This branch deals with grant of loan for construction of house under lower income and middle income under Group Housing Scheme. For the last some years no allotment has been received. At present this branch is engaged in recovery of loans already advanced. This branch is working under the officer inchargeship of D.R.O. Karnal.
11. DEVELOPMENT BRANCH
This branch deals with allotment of surplus land declared surplus under the provision of Haryana Ceiling Act 1972. The Act and rules under which this branch is functioning are easily available in the branch to the members of the public. This branch is under the control of prescribed authority i.e. S.D.M. Karnal.
12. PESHI BRANCH
This branch deals with disposal of original and appellate court cases by the Court of Deputy Commissioner, Karnal. The appeal against the order AC Ist grade are heard by this court.
13. FOR GENERAL RECORD ROOM
This branch stores the entire revenue record of the district which is always open for inspection to the members of the public on demand against prescribed fees of Rs. 10/-. This branch is under the officer inchargeship of D.R.O. Karnal. Lambardars/Sarbrah lambardars are appointed by the D.C. court. Subordinate offices are inspected by the Peshi Branch.
Suprintendent of Police
|Sh. Jashandeep Singh Randhawa, IPS
Website of Police Department
Addl. Deputy Commissioner, Karnal
|Dr. Priyanka Soni, IAS
GUIDELINES OF SWARNJAYANTI GRAM SWAROZGAR YOJANA
Swaranjayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojana (SGSY) will be a holistic programme covering all aspects of self-employment, viz, oganisation of the rural poor into self-help groups and their capacity building, planning of activity clusters infrastructure build up technology, credit and marking.
Each District will draw up a comprehensive plan of the resource and the strategies for poverty eradication .This would involve identifying 4 to 5 activity clusters in each block based on there sources but also on the occupational skills of the people. The existing infrastructure for the clusters of activities will be reviewed and gaps will be identified.
Each district will prepare project reports in respect of different activities to be taken up regarding the time and cost frams as well as the responsibility of different organisation. The banks and other financial institutions will be closely associated and involved in preparing these project reports so as to avoid delays in sanctioning of loans and to ensure adequacy of financing.
SGSY will focus on the Group approach.This would involve organisation of the poor and their capacity building. The formation of Self-help groups under DWCRA yields good results. Elsewhere too, the group approach was found to be very effective .The objective is to extend this approach to SGSY. Under SGSY, self-Help Groups (SHGs) will be formed and steps will be taken to nurture these groups to enable them to function effectively as well as to choose their economic activity. Efforts would be made to involve women members in each SHG. Besides, exclusive women groups will be continue to be formed as is currently being done under DWCRA. At the level of the Block, at least half of the groups will be exclusively women groups.
Suitable entry points such as thrift & credit will be identified at the local level for the Self-Help groups. SHGs will have to satisfy certain minimum norms before they can be considered for accessing credit. Revolving fund that is currently being given as one-time grant will be supplemented by expenditure to be incurred on the groups for capacity building.
Group activity will be given preference and progressively, majority of the funding will be for SHGs. Likewise, the major share of SGSY assistance will be in activity clusters. However, a certain percentage (about 25%) may need to be made available for assistance to other activities, so as to give a certain flexibility.
The Gram Sabha will authenticate the list of families below the poverty line identified in the BPL census. Since group formation will involve voluntary action on the part of the members there cannot be any selection. In case of individual beneficiaries, their selection will be made in the Gram Sabha. A suitable design will be evolved in consultation with the banks to ensure a better selection of individual beneficiaries and their capacity building so as to prepare them to receive and manage credit.
SGSY will seek to lay emphasis on skill development through well-designed coures. The duration of training and the training curriculum will be designed in accordance with the needs of the identified activities as well as the needs of the groups/individuals. Training will take place only after the group has made a decision to take up a particular economic activity in consolation with the financing bank. Training will precede extension of credit so as to ensure efficiency of loan utilisation. Training or skill development would be imparted through recoginised training institutes, masters craftsman etc. Suitable provision for incurring expenditure on training will be made in the programme, DRDAs will be allowed to set apart upto 10% of the allocation on training. This would be maintained as SGSY-Training Fund and will also be used for setting up appropriate training facilities for the identified activities ,where none exist.
SGSY will seek to develop close linkage with the credit mechanism in such a manner as would promote multiple rather than a one-time credit injection' The credit requirements of the beneficiaries will be assessed and only that amount of credit as can be comfortably handled by the beneficiaries will be given. However credit will not be a one-time activity. The beneficiaries will be allowed and, in fact, Sencouraged to increase their credit intake over the years. This would involve
- A closer association of the banks and other financial institutions with the selection of the beneficiaries ,closer interaction with the SHGs, as well as their involvement with the selection of projects:
- A mechanism for post-credit monitoring, particularly in the case of individual beneficiaries
- A responsibility on the part of the SHGs to reply the loans on time:
The subsidy admissible to the general individual beneficiaries under the integrated programme will be uniform irrespective of category or area at 30% (50% for SC/ST) of the project cost subject to a ceiling of Rs. 1.25 lakh will continue. Consequent to the merger of GKY community minor irrigation project as applicable earlier. There shall be no limit on the investment.
SGSY will seek to ensure that the infrastructure needs for the identified activities are met in full, so as to enable the rural poor to derive the maximum advantage from their investments. The States will strive to provide for necessary investments will be made under SGSY subject to a ceiling of 20%(25% in the case of North Eastern States) of the total programmes allocation for each district. This amount will be maintained by the DRDAs as SGSY-Infrastructure Fund' and which can also be utilised to generate additional funding from other sources. Planning for infrastructure will be made in close concert with the banks, infrastructure needs and their fulfillment will be constantly and closely monitored.
SGSY will ensure upgradation of the technology in the identified activity clusters. The technology intervention will seek to add value to the local resources, including processing of the locally available material from natural and other resources for local and non-local market. For this purpose, existing institutional structures will be strengthened. Transmission of technology and necessary training to the rural poor will be carefully planned and ensured. Suitable institution will be identified in each district to cater to the requirements of the technology upgradation and dissemination. SGSY will also suitable link up with the banks. Infrastructure needs and their fulfillment will be constantly and closely monitored.
SGSY will ensure upgradation of the technology in the identified activity clusters. The technology intervention will seek to add value to the local resources including processing of the locally available material from natural and other resources for local and non-local market. For this purpose, existing institutional structures will be strengthen. Transmission of technology and necessary training to the rural poor will be carefully planned and ensured. Suitable institutions will be identified in each district to cater to the requirements of the technology upgradation and dissemination. SGSYU will also suitable link up with IRE Pof MNES.IREDA.REC etc. to provide for planning for rural resources and making available cheaper alternative sources of energy to the rural poor.
SGSY will provide for promotion of marketing of the goods produced by the SGSY beneficiaries. This would involve providing of market intelligence, development of markets, consultancy services, as well as institutional arrangements for marketing of the goods produced by the rural poor. This would also serve as a venue for buyer-seller meet. Suitable initiatives will be taken up for permanent exhibition-cum-sale points. Necessary linkage will be established with the different commodity boards.
Credit is a component in SGSY, subsidy being only a minor and enabling component. The success of any such self-employment programme depends considerable on the confidence with which banks and other financial institutions lend to the rural poor. It is therefore necessary that these agencies are fully involved and closely associated with the entire gamut of activities. It is proposed to involve the banks and other financial institution closely in the planning and preparation of projects, identifications of activity clusters, infrastructure planning as well as capacity building and choice of activity of the SHGs. Mechanisms will be put in place for closer association of banks in the selection of beneficiaries, per-credit activity as well as post-credit monitoring including loan recovery.
The objective under SGSY will be to bring every assisted poor family above the poverty line in a period of three years.
Subject to availability of funds SGSY will broadly seek to cover 30% of the rural poor families over the next 5 years in each district.
SGSY will seek to cover the rural artisans in a signification manner, enabling them to utilise the inherent skill to overcome poverty. Identification of activity clusters them to take into account the presence of the rural artisans among the BPL families. Improved toolkits to rural artisans will be financed from within SGSY in consonance improved toolkits but also to purchase raw materials and meet their working capital needs.
SGSY will be implemented by the DRDAs .The process of planning, implementation and monitoring would integrate institutions in the district. DRDAs will be suitably revamped and strengthen.
SGSY will focus on improving the capacity of the delivery mechanism in such a manner as to effectively serve the poor. Emphasis will be laid on training of personal.
Funding for SGSY between the Centre and the States will be in the ratio of 75.25 (It is necessary to have a uniform pattern of funding for all poverty alleviation schemes so as to ensure that any given programme does not suffer for lack of interest by the States on this account)
The funds of Government of India will be distributed as per poverty levels as per the present practice. However additional parameters such as absorption capacity, special requirements etc. will also be taken into consideration. (a) closer association of the banks and other financial institutions with the selection of the beneficiaries of projects:(b) a mechanism for post-credit monitoring, particularly in the case of individual beneficiaries: and (c) a responsibility on the part of the SHGs to repay the loan on time:
The subsidy admissible to the general individual beneficiaries under the integrated programme will be uniform irrespective of category or area at 30% (50% for SC/ST) of the project cost subject to a ceiling of Rs. 7,5000/- (10,000 for SC/ST).For Group beneficiaries, the existing pattern of subsidy at 50% of the cost of the scheme ,subject to a ceiling of Rs. 1.25 lakh, will continue. Consequent to the merger of GKY into SGSY, there will be no absolute monetary ceiling for the individual and community minor irrigation project as applicable earlier. There shall be no limit on the investment levels.
SGSY will ensure upgradation of the technology in the identified activity clusters. The technology intervention will seek to add value to the local resources, including processing of the locally available material from natural and other resources for local and no-local market. For this purpose, existing institutional structures will be strengthen. Transmission of technology and necessary Training to the rural poor will be carefully planned and ensured. Suitable institution will be identified in each district to cater to the requirements of the technology upgradation and dissemination. SGSY will also suitable link up with IREP of MNES/IREDA.REC etc. to provide.
स्वर्ण जयन्ती ग्राम स्वरोजगार योजना/राष्टीय ग्रामीण आजीविका मिशन, सरकार द्वारा स्वर्णजयन्ती ग्राम स्वरोजगार योजना का शुभारम्भ एक अप्रैल 1999 से किया गया। इस स्कीम का मुख्य उददेश्य गरीबी रेखा से नीचे बसर करने वाले परिवारों की आय को बढावा देना है। इस स्कीम से लोगो को बचत करके स्वावलम्बी बनाना है।
स्वर्ण जयन्ती ग्राम स्वरोजगार योजना भारत सरकार तथा राज्य सरकार के सहयोग से चलाई जा रही है। इस स्कीम की 75 प्रतिशत राशि भारत सरकार तथा 25 प्रतिशत राशि राज्य सरकार द्वारा वितरित की जाती है। इस स्कीम के अन्तर्गत 10 से 15 स्वरोजगारियों का गठन करके समूह बनाया जाता है। ये स्वरोजगारी एक परिवार से एक व्यकित का चयन किया जाता है, जो गरीब परिवार से सम्बन्ध रखता है। इससे स्वरोजगारियों में आत्म विश्वास उत्पन्न करके उनके समूह का खाता बैंक में खुलवाया जाता है। इससे लोगों में बचत करने की आदत बनाई जाती है। जब समूह में आत्म विश्वास हो जाता है, तो इस समूह को 25000/- रू0 की राशि डी0आर0डी0ए0/बैंक द्वारा वितरित कराई जाती है इसमें 10000/- रू0 डी0आर0डी0ए0 तथा 15000/- रू0 की राशि बैंक द्वारा दी जाती है। इसके बाद जब समूह कार्य करने में अपने आपको समर्थ मानता है, तो इसे जा कार्य समूह करना चाहता है उस कार्य के लिए ऋण दिलाया जाता है। इसमें सरकार की हिदायतोनुसार 10000/- रू0 प्रति सदस्य को अनुदान के रूप में दिए जाते है ।
इस स्कीम से गरीबी रेखा से नीचे बसर करने वाले परिवारों में आत्म विश्वास, बचत करके स्वावलम्बी बनने की जागरूकता आई और साहुकारों से कर्ज लेने की प्रथा भी समाप्त हो गई।
जिला करनाल में इस स्कीम के अन्तर्गत वर्ष 1999 से मार्च 2013 तक 1964 समूहों का गठन किया जा चुका है। इसमें से 1756 समूहों को चक्रीय राशि तथा 1659 समूहों को ऋण वितरण कराया जा चुका है। ऋण राशि से समूह डेयरी, दुकानदारी, टैन्ट हाउस, स्टरिंग का सामान, कढाई, बुनाई आदि का कार्य करते है वितवर्ष 2012-2013 में 118 समूहों को चक्रीय राशि व 126 समूहों को कार्य करने के लिए ऋण वितरित कराया गया जिसमें 1382 स्वरोजगारियों को ऋण वितरित हुआ, इसमें 1326 औरतें, 704 एस0 सी0, 111 अल्प संख्यक व 42 विकलांग स्वरोजगारी समिमलित किए गए।
Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan
- Individual Health and hygiene is largely dependent on adequate availability of drinking water and proper sanitation. There is, therefore, a direct relationship between water, sanitation and health. Consumption of unsafe drinking water, improper disposal of human excreta, improper environmental sanitation and lack of personal and food hygiene have been major causes of many diseases in developing countries. India is no exception to this. Government started the Central Rural Sanitation Programme (CRSP) in 1986 primarily with the objective of improving the quality of life of the rural people and also to provide privacy and dignity to women.
- The concept of sanitation was expanded to include personal hygiene, home sanitation, safe water, garbage disposal, excreta disposal and waste water disposal. With this broader concept of sanitation, CRSP adopted a “demand driven” approach with the name “Total Sanitation Campaign” (TSC) with effect from 1999. The revised approach emphasized more on Information, Education and Communication (IEC), Human Resource Development, Capacity Development activities to increase awareness among the rural people and generation of demand for sanitary facilities. This enhanced people’s capacity to choose appropriate options through alternate delivery mechanisms as per their economic condition. The Programme was implemented with focus on community-led and people centered initiatives. Financial incentives were provided to Below Poverty Line (BPL) households for construction and usage of individual household latrines (IHHL) in recognition of their achievements. Assistance was also extended for construction of school toilet units, Anganwadi toilets and Community Sanitary Complexes (CSC) apart from undertaking activities under Solid and Liquid Waste Management (SLWM).
- To give a fillip to the TSC, Government of India also launched the Nirmal Gram Puraskar (NGP) that sought to recognize the achievements and efforts made in ensuring full sanitation coverage. The award gained immense popularity and contributed effectively in bringing about a movement in the community for attaining the Nirmal Status thereby significantly adding to the achievements made for increasing the sanitation coverage in the rural areas of the country.
- Encouraged by the success of NGP, the TSC is being renamed as “Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan” (NBA). The objective is to accelerate the sanitation coverage in the rural areas so as to comprehensively cover the rural community through renewed strategies and saturation approach. Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan (NBA) envisages covering the entire community for saturated outcomes with a view to create Nirmal Gram Panchayats with following priorities:
- Provision of Individual Household Latrine (IHHL) of both Below Poverty Line (BPL) and Identified Above Poverty Line (APL) households within a Gram Panchayat (GP).
- Gram Panchayats where all habitations have access to water to be taken up. Priority may be given to Gram Panchayats having functional piped water supply.
- Provision of sanitation facilities in Government Schools and Anganwadis in Government buildings within these GPs.
- Solid and Liquid Waste Management (SLWM) for proposed and existing Nirmal Grams.
- Extensive capacity building of the stake holders like Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs), Village Water and Sanitation Committees (VWSCs) and field functionaries for sustainable sanitation.
· Appropriate convergence with MNREGS with unskilled man-days and skilled man-days.
OBJECTIVES : -
- The main objectives of the NBA are as under:
- Bring about an improvement in the general quality of life in the rural areas.
- Accelerate sanitation coverage in rural areas to achieve the vision of Nirmal Bharat by 2022 with all gram Panchayats in the country attaining Nirmal status.
- Motivate communities and Panchayati Raj Institutions promoting sustainable sanitation facilities through awareness creation and health education.
- To cover the remaining schools not covered under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) and Anganwadi Centres in the rural areas with proper sanitation facilities and undertake proactive promotion of hygiene education and sanitary habits among students.
- Encourage cost effective and appropriate technologies for ecologically safe and sustainable sanitation.
- Develop community managed environmental sanitation systems focusing on solid & liquid waste management for overall cleanliness in the rural areas.
COMPONENTS OF NBA:-
- Start-Up Activities
- IEC Activities
- Capacity Building
- Construction of Individual Household Latrines
- Rural Sanitary Marts and Production Centers
- Provision of Revolving Fund in the District
- Community Sanitary Complex
- Institutional Toilets- School and Anganwadi toilets
- Solid and Liquid Waste Management
- Maintenance of facilities created under NBA
- Administrative Charges
INDIRA AWAS YOJNA (IAY)
Indira Awas Yojna (IAY) is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme, sponsored by Govt. of India with effect from 1st January, 1996. The main objective of the scheme is preliminary to help construction / upgradation of dwelling units of members of Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes, freed bounded labourers, minorities in the Below Poverty Line (BPL) category and other Below Poverty Line non SC / ST rural households by providing them financial assistance.
IAY Scheme funded on cost – sharing basis between the Govt. of India and the State Govt. in a ratio of 75:25.
The target groups for houses under the IAY are below poverty line households living in rural areas. Atleast 60% of total IAY funds and physical targets should be utilized for construction of dwelling units for SC/ST BPL Rural households and 40% for non SC/ST BPL Rural households. 15% targets for minorities and 3% of the above categories are for physically handicapped BPL Rural households.
The target fixed shall be intimated to the Gram Panchayat concerned. Thereafter, the beneficiaries restricting to this number will be selected from the permanent IAY waitlist prepared on the basis of BPL list in order or seniority in the list.
The beneficiary may make their own arrangement for procurement of construction material, engaged skilled workman and also contribute family labour for the construction of his house.
Allotment of dwelling units should be in the name of female member of the beneficiary household. Alternatively, if there is no eligible family member in the family available, house can also be allotted to the male member of a deserving BPL family.
The Govt. of India has raised the unit cost of a dwelling house from Rs. 45,000/- to Rs. 70,000/- per unit, besides that an amount of Rs. 9,000/- will also be given to the beneficiary for construction of toilet from the current financial year.
महात्मा गांधी राष्ट्रीय ग्रामीण रोजगार गारंटी योजना
इस अधिनियम का मूल उददेश्य ग्रामीण इलाकों के ऐसे प्रत्येक परिवार को एक वित्त वर्ष के दौरान कम से कम 100 दिन का गारंटी शुदा रोजगार उपलब्ध कराना है जिसके वयस्क सदस्य अकुशल शारीरिक श्रम करने को तैयार हैं ताकि ग्रामीण भारत में रोजगार सुरक्षा की स्थिति को और बेहतर बनाया जा सके।
रोजगार गारंटी की यह व्यवस्था कई अन्य उददेश्यों की भी पूर्ति कर सकती है। इस रोजगार गारंटी से उत्पादक सम्पदाओं का निर्माण करने, पर्यावरण की रक्षा करने, ग्रामीण औरतों के सशक्तिकरण गांवों से शहरों की ओर होने वाले पलायन पर अंकुश लगाने और सामाजिक समानता सुनिशिचत करने में सहायता मिलेगी।
योजना का लाभ
- योजना द्वारा ग्रामीण क्षेत्र के हर परिवार की आजीविका (रोजी-रोटी) की सुरक्षा बढ़ाने के लिए एक वितीय वर्ष में परिवार को कम से कम 100 दिन का अकुशल शारीरिक रोजगार देना।
- टिकाउ व लम्बे समय तक काम आने वाली सामुदायिक, सामाजिक और आर्थिक परिसम्पतियों, जैसे नाले, तलाब, कच्ची सड़कें, वन आदि का निर्माण।
- महिलाओं पुरूषों को समान वेतन दर।
सहायता प्राप्त करने का तरीका
- कार्य करने का इच्छुक प्रत्येक ग्रामीण परिवार ग्राम पंचायत में अपने व्यस्क सदस्यों के नाम, उम्र, लिंग और पता देकर पंजीकरण करवा सकता है। यह पंजीकरण 5 वर्ष तक के लिए मान्य है। पंजीकरण के लिए सादे कागज पर आवेदन दिया जा सकता है।
- पंजीकरण के लिए ग्राम पंचायत के समक्ष मौखिक आग्रह किया जा सकता है। ग्राम पंचायत पंजीकृत परिवारों को फोटो युक्त जाब कार्ड जारी करेगी। जाब कार्ड 5 वर्ष के लिए मान्य होगा व जाब कार्ड पर एक स्पेशल (खास) पंजीकरण नम्बर अंकित होगा।
- रोजगार पाने के लिए पंजीकृत परिवारों के प्रत्येक व्यस्क सदस्य को अधिकार है कि वह ग्राम पंचायत का कार्यक्रम अधिकारी (बी0डी0पी0ओ0) को लिखित आवेदन दे और तारीख युक्त पावती (रसीद) प्राप्त करें। आवदेन लागातार कम से कम 14 दिन के काम/रोजगार के लिए दिया जायेगा।
- आवदेन करने अथवा रोजगार की मांग करने के 15 दिन के अन्दर ग्राम पंचायत द्वारा रोजगार उपलब्ध करवाया जायेगा।
- ग्राम पंचायत आवदेक को 15 दिन के अंदर यह सूचित करेगी के कब, कहां व किस काम के लिए उपस्थित होना है यह सूचना ग्राम पंचायत के सूचनापटट पर, पत्र के माध्यम से या सार्वजनिक रूप से लगाई जायेगी।
- रोजगार के इच्छुक व्यकितयों को आवेदन जमा करने के 15 दिनों के भीतर रोजगार दिया जायेगा। कार्य गांव से 5 किलोमीटर के अन्दर दिया जायेगा। यदि कार्य गांव से 5 कि0मी के दूर दिया जायेगा तो 10% अतिरिक्त वेतन का भुगातन यातायात भते/दैनिक भते के रूप मे किया जायेगा।
- मनरेगा के अन्तर्गत काम करने के लिए प्रत्येक वह परिवार योग्य है, जो उस ग्राम पंचायत का स्थायी निवासी है।
- वे परिवार जो कुछ समय के लिए काम की खोज में गांव से बाहर चले जाते हैं लेकिन उनके लौट आने की उम्मीद हो वे भी इसके अन्तर्गत काम कर सकते है।
- वे सभी ग्रामीण परिवार जो शारीरिक अकुशल रोजगार चाहते है।
- बी0पी0एल0 एवं ए0पी0एल0 परिवारों का अधिनियम में कोई बन्धन नही है।
- सरकारी कर्मचारियों के परिवार के सदस्य भी मनरेगा में कार्य कर सकते हैं। वह स्वयं नहीं।
- बूढ़े और विकलांग व्यकित जो काम करने के झच्छुक हों वो भी लाभार्थी हो सकते है।
मनरेगा स्कीम के तहत करवाये जाने वाले कार्यो का विवरण:-
1. PERMISIBLE WORKS
The following works were initially permissible under MGRNEGS:-
- water conservation and water harvesting;
- drought proofing, including afforestation and tree plantation;
- irrigation canals, including micro and minor irrigation works;
- provision of irrigation facility, horticulture plantation, land development on land owned by households belonging to the Scheduled Castes or to land of the beneficiaries of land reforms or to land of the beneficiaries under Indira Awaas Yojana/BPL families or to land owned by the small and marginal farmers.
- renovation of traditional water bodies, including de-silting of tanks,
- land development;
- flood-control and protection works, including drainage in waterlogged areas;
- rural connectivity to provide all-weather access;
- construction of Bharat Nirman Rajiv Gandhi Sewa Kendra
- Any other work which may be notified by the Central Government in consultation with the State Government.
- Provision of dug out farm pond, farm bunding and land development on land owned by house holds.
- Agriculture related works, such as, NADEP composting, vermi- composting, liquid bio-manures.
- Livestock related works, such as, poultry shelter, goat shelter, construction of pucca floor, urine tank and fodder trough for cattle, azolla as cattle-feed supplement.
- Fisheries related works, such as, fisheries in seasonal water bodies on public land.
- Works in coastal areas, such as, fish drying yards, belt vegetation;
- Rural drinking water related works, such as, soak pits, recharge pits.
- Rural sanitation related works, such as, individual household latrines, school toilet units, Anganwadi toilets, solid and liquid waste management.
- Any other work which may be notified by the Central Government in consultation with the State Government.
मनरेगा स्कीम की उपलब्धियां
स्कीम के तहत कुल 39117 परिवारों को पंजिकृत किया गया, तथा कुल 38905 परिवारों को जाब कार्ड जारी किया। वित वर्ष 2012-13 के दौरान कुल 19557 परिवारों द्वारा कार्य की मांग की गई। कुल 19557 परिवारों मे से कुल 19491 परिवारों को कार्य दिया गया। जिससे 7.99 लाख मानवदिवस उत्पन्न हुए। इसके अतिरिक्त स्कीम के तहत कुल 1311 परिवारों द्वारा 100 दिन का कार्य दिया गया। कुल 570 कार्यो को पूरा किया गया
चालू वर्ष 2012-13 मे कुल 2479.64 लाख रूपये की राशि सरकार से प्राप्त की गई, इसके विरूद्व कुल 2461.29 (99.25%) लाख रूपये की राशि खर्च की गई।
|Sh. Yogesh Kumar, HCS
Karnal Sub-Division consists of five tehsils viz. Karnal, Indri, Nilokheri, Gharaunda & Assandh and three Sub Tehsils namely Nigdhu, Nissing and Ballah. The residents of the villages and towns falling in these tehsils/Sub Tehsils generally visit the office of S.D.M. Karnal, Indri, Assandh or RTA Karnal in connection with the following works.
Registration/Renewal/Transfer etc. of vehicles.
Grant/Renewal of driving licences etc.
District Revenue Officer
|Sh. Rajbir Dhiman
||DRO, K arnal
The work of the District Revenue Officer is to assist the Deputy Commissioner to supervise the work of the Tahsildars,Naib tahsildars and sub Registrar working in the District. For proper scrutinizing and for the smooth working of the work of Revenue officers, there are seven branches namely, Sadar Kanungo Br., Flood Branch, District Revenue Accounts Branch,Head Registration Branch,Copying Agency,Vernacular Record Room and Ligh Migh Branch who work under the District Revenue Officer. Apart from this, the District Revenue Officer, Karnal has been entrusted the Land Acquisition work of those Departments where no separate land Acquisition Officer is provided. The activities and achievement of each Branch of the office of Deputy Commissioner,Karnal working under the control of District Revenue Officer,karnal is as under:-
The main function on this branch is to keep the record of the land regarding ownership and cultivation up to date. for this purpose, there is one record room of Land Record where Jamabandies of the whole of this District is kept. Not only this the Mussavis prepared by the Consolidation staff at the time of the consolidation are also kept in this record room.
The function of this Branch is to maintain the accounts of recovery of Govt. Dues i.e. Land Revenue, rate and dues of other govt. Departments Board, Corporation and Banks etc. Besides this, the branch also deals with the work of allotment and leasing out of Nazul Land; fixation of market rate of the land and the disposal of the acquired abandoned land.
This branch deals with the work of registration at the Registrar level and also examines the work done by the Sub-Registrars. The old record of registration is also available in this Br. The effected persons may get the copy of the same, if they so desire.
The main function of this Branch is to control the flood and other natural calamities. At the time of crisis, this Branch provides direct help and to the public by providing relief equipment & trained personnel. The information regarding sufferers from natural calamities like flood, dryness, house collapse etc. is brought to the notice of the Govt. through this Br. and the relief provided by the Govt. to the sufferers is also distributed amongst the sufferee by this Br. through Revenue Officers.
The record room maintained in this Distt. is very old one. All the court cases of Distt. Karnal are kept in this record room. Prior to 1-4-1987 the records of Judicial Courts were also consigned in this Record Room and after that, the Judicial Department has got their records separated, but the old records of the Judicial Courts prior to the period from 1-4-87 is lying in this record room. The concerned persons or their counsels may inspect the files of the court cases consigned in this record room after the decision of the court and may also get the copies of the public documents lying with these cases. In year 2003-04, 1516 files were consigned in this record room and from 01-04-2004 to 31-07-2004 528 files consigned in this record room. 236 files were sent to the Courts for the period 01-04-2003 to 31-03-2004 and 57 files were sent to the Courts for the period 01-04-2004 to 31-07-2004 who demanded the records either for the decision of the appeals or for the decision of the cases pending in the courts.
The main function of this Branch is to provide the certified copies of all public documents consigned in the record room of Land Record and of the Revenue Records jamabandies etc. The court cases decided or undecided to the concerned persons or their counsels on their demand.
The function of this Br. is to provide financial aid in the shape of loan on nominal interest for the construction of house to the person having either low income or middle income group. This Br. also recovers the loan amount disbursed by this Br. In the last year, no amount was disbursed .
As per instructions of the govt. the District Revenue Officer is to act as Land for the public purpose for such departments who have no separate Land Acquisition officer. For this purpose, one kanungo, one patwari and one clerk has been provided to assist the Land Acquisition Collector. In the last year though no award was announced but notification under section 4 for 153 Kanals 15 Marlas land for sewage treatment plant at Gharaunda, 0.132 Acre for excavating of Hanauri drain R.D. No.77605-L and 91 Kanals 1 Marla for sewage treatment plant at Indri was got published. Apart from this a notification under section 6 of the Land Acquisition Act 1984 for 153 kanal 15 Marlas for sewage treatment plant at Gharaunda and 91 Kanal 1 Marla land for sewage treatment plant at Indri was also got published of Rs.788736/- was also disbursed to the landowner whose land was acquired in the year 2000-2001.
National Informatics Centre
|Sh. Mahipal Sikri
||DIO, K arnal
|Sh. Parvinder Singh
||Addl.DIO, K arnal
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