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Brainstorming Ideas on Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana through MyGov

03 Nov 2014

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The Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana Group on MyGov invited inputs from citizens for essential facilities under the scheme. Citizens have brainstormed and presented innovative ideas based on rural culture and population such as promotion of regional arts, taking the PPP route for building homes with the help of local architects etc. Emphasis is also laid on strengthening the Common Service Centre (CSC) network in villages. Some selected responses received are presented below:

BHARATH KUMAR: The scheme should be customised to the location of the village (a single plan cannot be employed all over India). This task has to be done by the MP involved with the village. Problems and solutions in several areas such as health, environment, housing and sanitation have been elaborated.
https://mygov.in/sites/default/files/static_uploads/39ededceb600f026fa1c0858f818d179.pdf

Churamani Rathore: Water pipe line, 2. Toilet/Bathroom, 3. CC road with sever line, 4. Bi-Weekly market, 5. Near river, Gram Panchayat, School and Dispensary a big knowledge center wall with beneficially posts. 6. Free toilet/bathroom facility to all with sufficient water supply. 7. Capacity chart of Sarpanch. 8. Capacity chart of Panch. 9. SDM’s monthly Jandarshan. 10.Campus having School, Panchayat bhawan, PHC, Entertainment / Conference stage.

Aashna Gupta: *all villages should have at least one such regional art that can earn them a living other than agriculture.for e.g. madubani in bihar districts *a consultation & development govt. institute to promote and develop there regional art/skill are to the international platform. *basic moral values like don’t litter your surroundings, don’t spit on roads , keep surroundings clean should be instilled in children from very beginning at school level.

Vasudeva Rao Dasari: SAGY shall have the following 10 parameters.1) School 2) Public Health Center 3) Drinking Water 4) Toilets to 100% homes 5) Public Sanitation 6) Bank ATM. 7) E-Seva Center 8) Farm School 9) 24 hrs Power Supply 10) Public Transport.

Shankar Raveendran: By knowing each village’s population and villages geographical features and the culture and need of peoples living in there, essential facilities can be understood. Detailed report enclosed
https://mygov.in/sites/default/files/static_uploads/98328201bf7de3a644d5d8c127581016.pdf

Bhaskar Acharya: Find enclosed methods to encourage Affordable Housing for Model Village by MP such as Take help from retired GOI employees in civil/architect line
2. call for local civil/architect firms in the villages/towns to encourage participation with emphasis on building homes based on approved plan with no violations and no scope for corruption at any levels (i.e. digitize the process)
https://mygov.in/sites/default/files/static_uploads/f6a53b5576a34436da66fed9d85e46e5.pdf

BHARATH KUMAR: An organisation called Drishtee is creating model villages in 3 Indian states (Bihar, Uttar pradesh and assam). The essential amenities required in villages is mentioned in this document by DRISHTEE.
https://mygov.in/sites/default/files/static_uploads/4550b0d943376520fb739e1bb68779e3.pdf

Disclaimer: The above names have ONLY been selected for representative purposes

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  • Thakur Das Daryana - 6 years ago

    Rural Socio-economic Sustainability
    Now when we have all realized that sustainable Rural Development is the backbone of a country-it is imperative that we standardize certain development models which would give effective & meaningful working schedules durable enough for the future of rural life. Some PPT’s ready for knowledge transfer are available with us.
    • Water Harvesting & Ground Water Recharge
    • PURA-2
    • Cattle Parks
    The above & more such PPT’s may be asked for posting.

  • Hamendra Kumar - 6 years ago

    Sri Modi Ji,
    I am sorry to say but it is the truth that forget about other party’s MP, your own party MPs are not taking any initiative towards this yogna. Indeed it is a very good idea of you but our representatives are busy with some other works. Modi ji, please ask your MPs that after your announcement, how many MPs have visited their adarsh villages and how many people know about those villages.

  • SHUBHAM MISHRA_5 - 6 years ago

    I want to suggest that – There must be a voting system in all village or rural areas through voting machine, like ‘EVM’ in general election, on the problems in a particular village.
    This voting should be done by all peoples living in that particular area in every 3 or 4 months. The problem which get highest vote, must be solved at first and then others according to votes. And the problems must be solved with in a fixed time period.
    I think this will make active participation of poor peoples.

  • AMRISH PATEL - 6 years ago

    PM OFFICE MUST CHECK THE VILLAGE ADOPTED BY SANSAD MUST BE NOT ALREADY DEVELOPED.

    MANY SANSAD ADOPT DEVELOPED VILLAGE.

    Eg. JAYSREEBEN PATEL FROM MEHSANA ADOPT ALREADY DEVELOPED PANCHOT VILLAGE.

  • ABHISHEK KAWAD - 6 years ago

    Just seen an article on yahoo news that MP sachin tendulkar adopted a village in Andhra pradesh and in Past 4 months he transformed the village. it is very impressive. after seeing this an idea struck in my mind and i wanted it to share with Modi ji,
    I want a Tv programme series on sansad adarsh gram yojana, and show on any channel about the villages adopted by the sansad gram yojana and story so far about the development of villages. i wish success to this programme if it comes on tv by gov

  • ravindar soni - 7 years ago

    Dear Sir
    I propose that sansaad should promote people to donate House to poor by purchasing Subsidised Houses for BPL under IAY or RAY from the money they might have spend on ‘mrityu bhoja’ that is being served by family for 13 days after the death of loved one’s.This could be promoted in form of social service as well as a good mean for Peaceful after life of those who have left for heavenly abode.
    Thanking you

  • Ravi Verma - 7 years ago

    If Government involve NGO’s in health Sector in the field like patient information system, Center management, Critical and accidental care First Aid management, Pathology, Diagnostic Lab management then Government can short out lack of Qualified hands in lot of area. At least at health Centers some one will be available to take care of patients. Presently Doctors are not available at remote health care centers, they visit 1 or 2 days in a week.

  • Ravi Verma - 7 years ago

    Now a days work of Government Department effect heavily in Tendering Procedure. Lowest Tenders approves by authority for any purchase or work. After approval 35-40% commission charged by authorities in span of whole procedure. 20-25% margin is required by company who take work / Purchase order. Means only 35-40% fund is actually spend of any project. If Government save this 35%-40% commission amount work quality definitely get positive impact.

  • Prithvi Vaishnav - 7 years ago

    MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT OF MP DO NOT USE THEIR MP FUND FOR DEVELOPMENT OF VILLAGES AND TOWNS

  • Kiran Shanker Jaiswal - 7 years ago

    Village Mainpura, under Patna Sadar, Patna, Bihar adopted by our respectful MP (Upper house) even after lapse of 5-6 months time,the condition of this village (Gram)becomes worst than ever, nearly the condition is similar at all the places, Lanes, roads but at few places the garbage is still dumped ,at more height (11 feets high) than height of Human. We the people of this village request with our folded hands,PLEASE Save us and our children’s life (to survive) by attack of serious diseases.