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PLANNING (JB) DEPT
GUIDELINES Ist ROUND OF JANMABHOOMI – MAA VOORU PROGRAMME
(2nd - 20th October, 2014)
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1. Introduction:

In consonance of its broad development and welfare vision, the State Government initiated focusing the Janmabhoomi Maa Vooru(JBMV) on three key areas and 5 campaigns and Micro Plan of Gram Panchayat/ municipality.

The Key focus areas are:

  • Enhanced Pensions to the eligible persons,
  • Health Camp
  • Veterinary Camp
  • 5 campaigns
  • Preparation of Village Vision and commensurate Micro Plan.
  • Preparation of a Micro Plan for every Gram Panchayat/ Municipal ward forms the basis for all its future development endeavours whose outcomes will directly address four missions, viz., Primary sector, Social empowerment, Knowledge/ Skill development and Urban sector missions. The continuously evolving micro plans will get integrated with Annual Plans.
  • A Village Vision – Swarna Gramaaniki Pancha Sutralu_ would be developed on the basis of the micro plan for providing social and economic infrastructure to the village necessary for its growth as per the indicative format provided.
  • In case of municipal areas the vision be titled – Pasidi Pattananiki Pancha Sutralu.
  • The Government is launching 5 Campaigns to take the development process to the doorstep of the poorest of poor to make every stakeholder partner in the development process
  • The government is also launching seven missions to carry forward the medium and long term growth agenda and to realize inclusive growth.

2. Campaigns – key focus in Janmabhoomi  Maa Vooru
2.1    In tune with the broad development agenda, Government has decided to launch a people centered development and welfare programme “Janmabhoomi Maa Vooru”. The programme will be conducted in campaign mode wherein two teams, each consisting of public representatives, government functionaries and representatives of community based organizations, will visit one Gram Panchayat (GP) per day during the programme period. Similar teams would also visit the Municipal Wards during the programme period.
The thrust areas of “Janmabhoomi–Maa Vooru” will be as follows.
3. Thrust areas:

    • Pensions - Aadhaar compliant enhanced pension distribution- including distribution of new pensions 
    • Health camps – Primary health check up and referral
    • Veterinary camps – Health check up, vaccination and referral
    • Sensitizing people through Five Campaigns
      • Pedarikam pai Gelupu  
      • Badi Pilustondi
      • Polam Pilustondi
      • Neeru-Chettu
      • Swacha Andhra
    • Sensitization on Primary, Social Empowerment, Knowledge/ Skill Development and Urban Mission as part of Micro Planning.
    • Preparation of Village Vision and Micro Plan of GP/ Ward and collection of related information
    • Grievance redressal – Receiving the petitions, registering and redressal.

 

4. Operational guidelines
4.1 Programme Duration:

  • Programme duration will be from 2nd October, 2014 to 20th October, 2014.
  • The programme would be launched on 2nd October, 2014 by organizing the rallies at District/ Constituency/ Mandal/ GP/ Ward for creating environment for the programme and awareness about it. The MPDOs may hire auto’s to continuously make rounds in the GP/Ward for playing  7 songs, highlighting the importance of Janmabhoomi Maa Vooru, being provided in CDs by the I&PR department. The focus on Swatcha Andhra will be a thrust area in the rallies.
  •  The I&PR department has identified one Kalajata team per mandal. The District Collectors are requested to schedule the Kalajatas programme ensuring wide publicity of JBMV.
  • The District Collectors are requested to create a festive atmosphere, utilizing the publicity material including placards, in the District/Constituency/Mandal during these rallies by involving persons from all walks of the society.  
  • Besides conducting rallies on 2nd October 2014, another major initiative would be launch of NTR Sujala Pathakam – at least one water treatment plant in each constituency in rural areas and two water treatment plants in each Municipality in urban areas.
  • GP/Ward visit programme will commence on 4th October, 2014 and will continue till 20th October. (3rd being a holiday for Vijaya Dasami). In all there will be 14 effective working days during the programme period (including the 2nd Saturday -11th Oct.2014).

4. 2 Coverage:

  • Two teams will be constituted for each Mandal. Each team  would cover one GP per day to cover all GPs in the Mandal during the program duration. The District Collectors will constitute the requisite number of teams for covering each ward in the municipal areas.  The visit schedule of teams of rural and municipal areas will be prepared accordingly by the District Collector.
  • The teams will spend the entire day in the GP/Ward and use focused Groups Discussion as well as other means to conduct the meetings.
  • In case of mandals, where the number of GPs is more than 28 (14 daysx2 teams), the District Collectors may plan by scheduling more than 2 GPs on some days or by deploying an extra team headed by some other officer other than MDO, MRO, who are already leading two teams.
  • Available data suggests that Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam and Chittoor districts need to plan for more than 2 GPs per day or arrange extra teams for some days during the programme.  

4. 3 Visit Schedule:

  • Since the programme is to be completed in a definite time frame and medical camps/animal health checkups are to be organised, the District Collectors should schedule the programme suitably so as to provide enough time in between the visits to facilitate mobility for the personnel and equipment.
  • The District Collectors should prepare the schedule of each team in advance. Wide publicity shall be given to the GP/ Municipal ward visit schedule under the Janmabhoomi-Maa Vooru programme and it shall also be informed well in advance to respective GPs/Wards The schedule will also be uploaded in the designated website for information and for monitoring the visits.

4.4 Officers Responsible at Various Levels:

  • A District Level Committee is constituted for the coordination of the JBMV programme.
  • The Gram Panchayat/Mandal level  Committee coordinates the programme at the Panchayat/mandal level in the rural areas.
  • The Municipal ward/division Committee will coordinate the programme at the Municipal level in the urban areas.
  • The District Collector will be responsible of the programme at District level supported by District Panchayat Officer. Mandal Development officer will be responsible for the respective mandals and the Municipal Commissioner at the Municipality level. These officers shall be responsible in all respects for organizing and conducting the programme successfully.
  • As the exercise is being conducted to prepare a vision and micro plan of the Gram Panchayat and Municipality and its subsequent monitoring, the Panchayat Raj department will be responsible for the overall coordination of the campaign for Gram Panchayat and Municipal Administration and Urban Development Department will be responsible for Municipal areas. These departments would regularly monitor the achievements against the vision and micro plan.

4.5 Visiting teams:
The District Collectors would constitute the number of teams as per the field requirements to complete the program as per the guideline.
Rural Team: Each Mandal would have two Mandal Level Teams led by the MPDO and MRO respectively. The Mandal Level Officers should be judiciously distributed between the two teams by the District Collector as per the field necessity. 

  • A team of doctors for health camp and a team of veterinary doctors for the veterinary camp/Fisheries Advisory would also be part of the Mandal Level Team.
  • The village level functionaries would join for the respective GPs.
  • All members of a team will visit all the Panchayats together lead by MPDO or MRO as they case maybe.
  • Apart from the officials, ASHA worker, ANM,AWW and any other personnel as felt necessary by the District Collector may be co-opted in the team.  

4.6. Urban Team: Municipal Commissioners in consultation with the District Collectors would constitute the necessary number of teams to cover one ward per day for each municipality.

  • The Medical Health camp should be organized in each ward of the municipality.
  • The veterinary camps may be organized as per the local necessity.
  • The Municipal Ward/ Municipal Corporation Committee will also participate in the programme.   
  • The team members – consisting of Ward member, bill collector and other officers concerned together will visit all the Wards in the Municipal towns under the leadership of Municipal Commissioner.

5. Budgetary support

  • An amount of Rs. 1 crore (approx.) per district is being provided for conduct of the programme.
  • The funds for conducting the Health camp and the Veterinary camps are provided to the Medical & Health and Animal Husbandry departments.
  • Funds are also being provided to Agriculture, , Panchayat Raj, IT&C, Planning departments for programme related activities.

6. Programme Structure:
It will be a whole day programme with following indicative schedule:

  • the District Collectors must ensure that posters, depicting the vision of the government, supplied by I&PR department are prominently exhibited well before the commencement of the programme in all GPs/wards particularly during the visit.,
  • Commencing the programme: The ‘Janmabhoomi – Maa Vooru’ programme at GP/Ward level will start with recitation of “Maa Telugu Talli” followed by the Janmabhoomi song. It will be followed by reading out the message of the Hon’ble Chief Minister.
  • There after the Health and Veterinary camps will start while the other agenda would be taken up in parallel.
  • Morning Session (about 3 hours): Discussion on thrust areas Missions, Campaigns, Vision for the district in the light of the broad development agenda, and power situation.
  • Pension distribution.
  • Group formation, field visits in groups and data collection for micro plan for the village.
  • Afternoon Session (about 3 hrs) –The groups will sit together for discussion and preparation of Vision and compilation of Micro Plan with realistic timelines and prioritization, based on the data collected.
  • The programme will conclude with the adoption of the Gram Panchayat Vision.  
  • Individual Grievances: Two/three officers should be designated to receive the individual grievances. MRO would be responsible for coordinating and management of grievances. The grievances received should be grouped in 22 categories as per usual practices. The category wise number only should be entered in the Annexure-11. The individual grievances should be entered into the CM grievance system and be followed up by the MRO respective departments.

7. Data Collection and Transmission

  • The data collection forms has two parts. The first part called “Daily Reporting Format” pertains to the conduct of the program and summary of key items. It will be linked to the CM Dash Board for online real-time reporting.
  • The second part called “Micro Plan” contains the department wise data along with annexures to be collected for the preparation of the Micro Plan and the Vision of the GP/municipality.
  • The purpose of having formal identity linked to individuals is to facilitate tracking of the request, to avoid middlemen and thereby ensure transparency in proper service delivery to the targeted persons. Further, the mobile number would be used for communicating the status of the grievance.
  • Data pertaining to the individuals may be Aadhaar number-based or Enrolment ID (EID) or Voter ID or Ration Card No. based.  Phone (mobile number) if available may be taken as the whole exercise must facilitate further follow up.
  • The service delivery mechanism will also be improved with GIS and GPS technology. The structures like water harvesting structure will be identified by GPS with latitude and longitude by Rural Development Department , if not already done.
  • The data entry can take place at the GP level if the connectivity is available or in the office of MPDO.
  • The data should be daily entered in the evening in the designated software developed by the IT&C Department with the help of the agency of the Rural development Department. The data would be linked to State Resident Data Hub (SRDH) for populating the existing details and to map the services/benefits availed by the individual.
  • The Chief Planning Officer at the district level and the Mandal ASO at the mandal level will coordinate the data collection and entry.
  • The Habitation Codes to be used to uniquely identify GP/Ward.
  • The district and mandal level plans would be generated by aggregating the GP and Municipal data.
  • The individual grievance data would be entered into the existing grievance management system with additional tag of JBMV for identification.  

8. General instructions:

  • GP/Mandal/ Municipality level plans shall be prepared keeping in view the goals of “Swarna Andhra”. The target of program is to ensure welfare of people in general and weaker section/BPL families in particular.
  • One crucial aspect of this programme is the micro plan preparation, which shall form the basis for development of GP/Ward.
  • It is to be noted that the data collected during the programme will actually flow into the District Annual Plan and it will be used for regular reviews.  
  • An orientation programme shall be conducted at District level for all the departments, on Janmabhoomi-Maa Vooru under the Chairmanship of District Minister(s).
  • Similarly, orientation programme at Mandal level shall be conducted for Mandal/Gram Panchayat teams under the supervision of one District level officer. The Municipal Commissioner should also conduct similar program at the municipality level.
  • The Mandal/Municipal team shall travel in a single van/ vehicle of an appropriate size. Required vehicles may be hired for visit during the month as per existing government norms.
  • Any financial requirement to fulfill the grievances or any requests given during the programme will generally be met by meeting the expenditure from the regular budgets of the respective departments only.
  • The concerned MRO is responsible for proper registering of the grievances and for coordinating the redressal of the grievance. The status of the grievance is to be informed to the cell number of the applicant. The grievance is to be entered under JB MV grievances.
  • All the District Collectors shall make arrangements for providing the information daily by the end of the day on conduct of the program in the website developed for the purpose. http://jbmv.ap.gov.in/.

 

  • Contact persons:

For technical issues

  • Smt Sailaja,                                2. Sri.Saibaba,

Special Officer, Portal, ITE&C Dept. Project Manager, ITE&C dept.
Cell number 9966709057               Cell number 9949994041

3.Sri. Venkatachalam
Joint Director, IT&C dept
Cell No. 9963029394.

For general clarifications

  • Dr.Nagaraju,

Joint Director, Planning Dept.
Cell No. 7702803451.

  • Sri Venkata Krishna,

Dy. Secretary to Govt. PR Dept.
Cell No.7032957905.

 

 

  • Control rooms must be opened in offices of the District Collectors for providing any clarifications sought from the GPs/ wards during the programme period. The contact persons name and contact numbers should be publicized.
  • District Collectors are advised to follow the theme and content of the programme to realize the objectives.

S.P.Tucker
Spl. Chief Secretary to Government 
To
All the District Collectors
All the DDOs of Zilla Parishads,
All the District Panchayat Officers
All Municipal Commissioners
All the CPOs
Copy to
All the Spl. C.S., / Prl. Secretaries / Secretaries of the Government
All the HODs concerned
PS to all the Ministers
PS to Advisors to the Government, PS to CMO.


Annexure - 1

Content detail:

Item-1- Distribution of Enhanced Pensions:

  • Government, have decided to enhance the pension amounts from 2nd October,2014 in order to assist the eligible persons to lead a better life and command respect in the society.
  • The enhanced pension will be Rs. 1,000 in case of old-aged, widows, toddy-tappers.
  • In case of disabled pensions, the pension is enhanced from Rs. 500 to Rs. 1500.
  • The enhanced pensions will be distributed as per the verified lists to eligible beneficiaries during the programme.
  • The programme must be done in a festive environment but not as a routine manner.
      • Phone Number and Aadhaar Number should  be collected
      • SMS should be sent soon after dispatch of pension

(Coordinating Officer: CEO, SERP)

Item-2- Conduct of Health Camps and Eye Camps:

  • During the programme, Health Camps and Eye Camps must be conducted at each GP /Ward level.
    • Registration for Eye surgeries, Spectacles distribution, Arogya seva-Aadhar No., Phone No. to be collected.
  • The programme could be best utilised as a forum for identifying/ tracking vulnerable mothers(delivery related), children aged less than 1 year age and less than 5 years of age. Such an effort would be extremely useful in reducing the IMR and MMR from the present levels and make the State stand on par with best in the country. - Aadhaar No., Phone No. to be collected.
  • During these camps, the patients along with their Aadhar number may be registered through NTR Arogya Seva and follow up action must be taken on regular basis.
  • Phone Number and Aadhar Number of the patient is to be collected for subsequent follow up for performing surgeries etc.

(Coordinating Officer: Prl. Secretary, HM&FW dept.)
Item-3 Conduct of Veterinary Camps and Medicine dispensation 
             and verification of foot and mouth diseases:

  • Veterinary camps will be conducted during which medicine dispensation and verification of Foot and mouth diseases should be taken up.
  • During the programme, the teams will take up treatment of sick animals, treatment of infertility cases, conduct of Artificial Insemination, minor operations.
  • Under Vaccination Programme (National Control Programme on Pest Des Petits Ruminants (PPR) – Paarudu Rogam susceptible Sheep & Goat will be vaccinated benefitting shepherd families. Status of Gopal Mitra and training programmes
  • Under de-worming Programme(nattala nivaran) Programme left over sheep & goat will be dewormed to improve the body weights benefitting 15000 shepherd families.
  • Calves will be de-wormed to reduce mortality.
  • Apart from the above activities, awareness on latest management practices on profitable veterinary rearing will be brought through distribution of pamphlets / printed material.
  • Providing a fish support system in coastal areas.

(Coordinating Officer:: Prl. Secretary, AHDD&F dept.)
Item-4: - Sensitizing people on five campaigns - (Coordinating Officer: Secretary, PR and Prl. Secy., MA&UD dept.)
People need to be sensitized on the Five Campaigns:

  • Pedarikam pai Gelupu
  • Polam Pilustondi
  • Badi Pilustondi
  • Neeru Chettu
  • Swacha Andhra
  •  Pedarikam pai Gelupu: (Coordinating Officers: Prl. Secretaries of SC welfare, ST welfare and CEO, SERP)
  • Every citizen is the stakeholder in the development process of eradicating poverty.
  • DWCRA members will be trained as a part of skill development and Knowledge Mission for creating more than 80 lakh jobs.
  • Financial inclusion will be the key for inclusive growth.
  • Necessary awareness is to be given on financial saving activities.
  • Polam Pilustondi:

During the programme period, steps are to be taken to:

  • To enhance the outreach of Extension services at door step of the farmers & interaction programmes
  • Local specific crop condition and variety issues.
  • Increasing the number of soil testing cards and distribution.
  • Supply of Seeds for Rabi season.
  • Supply of extra quantities  of Zinc and Gypsum on subsidy
  • Release of pending input subsidy.

(Coordinating Officer: Prl. Secy. Agriculture)

  •  Badi Pilustondi:
      • “Badi Pilustondi” was launched on 25.07.2014 in Anantapuramu District and continued upto 2nd August, 2014.
      • All the children in the age group 6-14 must be enrolled.
      • Enrolments in Adult Education need to be encouraged.
      • Importance of education must be inculcated in the minds of the children.

 (Coordinating Officer: Prl. Secy. School Education)

  •  Neeru –Chettu:
  • Optimum use of water – water use efficiency - More crops per drop.
  • Carrying out the inventory of existing GPS-based harvesting structures and repairs/construction of new water harvesting structures using the remote sensing technology.
  • Repairs/maintenance of water harvesting structures and water recharge
  • Construction of recharge pits through roof water collection (especially in urban areas).
  • De-silting of tanks and breach restoration and Better water management through improved agricultural practices.
  • Tree plantations through drip systems need to be encouraged.

(Coordinating Officer: Commissioner, RD)

  •  Swacha Andhra:
  • Provision of safe potable water of 20 litres for Rs. 2 to each household.
  • It is proposed to launch the NTR Sujala Pathakam programme on 2nd October, 2014 by installing atleast one water treatment plant in each constituency and two water treatment plants in each municiplaity. The programme will cover all households in a phased manner in course of time.
  • The programme goes hand in hand with the National Swacha Bharat programme which is being observed during 25-09-2014 to 23-10-2014.
  • Concept should be “Keep the villages / wards clean”
    • Street cleaning
    • Drainage cleaning
    • Institutions cleaning-Schools, AWC, GP, Sub-centres
    • Identify & cleaning Garbage heaps & water stagnant points
    • Solid & Liquid waste management
  • Awareness on construction & usage of Toilets.
  • Awareness on Hand Wash.
  • Safe handling & storage of drinking water.
  • Cleaning of overhead tanks of drinking water schemes.
  • Toilets in schools and colleges must be constructed in a definite time frame and maintained properly ensuring water supply.
  • SHGs are to be trained in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programme. 

 

(Coordinating Officer: Secy. PR & RWS and Principal Secretary MAUD)


Annexure - 2
Pension eligibility:

  • Old age :             > 65 years and above
  • Widow   :             > 18 years
  • Disabled:             >  40%-79% : Rs. 1000/- and

                               80% above Rs.1500/-                                                                       

  • Weavers:             50 years, weavers by profession
  • Toddy Tappers:    50 years, by profession
  • The criteria for sanctioning a pension is essentially need-based (extreme poverty) but not saturation based.
  • One family - One pension should be the common norm. Except in extra-ordinary cases where the condition of the family is very pathetic such as both wife and husband are very old - more than one pension per family should be entertained.
  • If in a family, there are both old aged persons and disabled persons, then both are eligible for pensions. In case, there is more than one disabled person with disability more than 80% and the family doesn’t have any source of income, then all such disabled persons in the family can be given pension. However, the most deserving people must be covered in the first place.
  • Even in such of the cases, the District level Committee needs to recommend the case. Any misuse of the opportunity will be viewed seriously and amount will be recovered from the officer concerned.
  • It must be ensured that no eligible person misses out the pension and no ineligible person gets it. There should not be a mix up of pensions of Abhyahastham and normal pensions.
  • The issue of giving pension to outsourcing persons engaged in the sanitation works should not be entertained. Similar is the case with RTC staff who have retired from the service.
  • In case, there is a mismatch of biometrics, IRIS technology will be made use of. Until such time, the Paid Secretary shall authorize such pensions.
  • During the programme, the Mobile Numbers of all the eligible pensioners should be collected and entered in the database and a message should be sent to the cell phone of the beneficiary as soon as the enhanced pension is credited to the bank account.
  • When a particular family is so desperate and not even a single member of the house is available to collect pension, the paid secretary concerned shall handover the pension to the family. He is accountable for the transaction.

PLANNING (JB) DEPT
GUIDELINES ON  JANMABHOOMI – MAA VOORU PROGRAMME
(2nd - 20th October, 2014)
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1. Introduction:

  • In consonance of its broad development and welfare vision, the State Government initiated focusing the Janmabhoomi Maa Vooru(JBMV) on three key areas and 5 campaigns and Micro Plan of Gram Panchayat/ municipality.

The Key focus areas are:

  • Enhanced Pensions to the eligible persons,
  • Health Camp
  • Veterinary Camp
  • 5 campaigns
  • Preparation of Village Vision and commensurate Micro Plan.
  • Preparation of a Micro Plan for every Gram Panchayat/ Municipal ward forms the basis for all its future development endeavours whose outcomes will directly address four missions, viz., Primary sector, Social empowerment, Knowledge/ Skill development and Urban sector missions. The continuously evolving micro plans will get integrated with Annual Plans.
  • A Village Vision – Swarna Gramaaniki Pancha Sutralu_ would be developed on the basis of the micro plan for providing social and economic infrastructure to the village necessary for its growth as per the indicative format provided.
  • In case of municipal areas the vision be titled – Pasidi Pattananiki Pancha Sutralu.
  • The Government is launching 5 Campaigns to take the development process to the doorstep of the poorest of poor to make every stakeholder partner in the development process
  • The government is also launching seven missions to carry forward the medium and long term growth agenda and to realize inclusive growth.

2. Campaigns – key focus in Janmabhoomi  Maa Vooru
2.1    In tune with the broad development agenda, Government has decided to launch a people centered development and welfare programme “Janmabhoomi Maa Vooru”. The programme will be conducted in campaign mode wherein two teams, each consisting of public representatives, government functionaries and representatives of community based organizations, will visit one Gram Panchayat (GP) per day during the programme period. Similar teams would also visit the Municipal Wards during the programme period.
The thrust areas of “Janmabhoomi–Maa Vooru” will be as follows.
3. Thrust areas:

    • Pensions - Aadhaar compliant enhanced pension distribution- including distribution of new pensions 
    • Health camps – Primary health check up and referral
    • Veterinary camps – Health check up, vaccination and referral
    • Sensitizing people through Five Campaigns
      • Pedarikam pai Gelupu  
      • Badi Pilustondi
      • Polam Pilustondi
      • Neeru-Chettu
      • Swacha Andhra
    • Sensitization on Primary, Social Empowerment, Knowledge/ Skill Development and Urban Mission as part of Micro Planning.
    • Preparation of Village Vision and Micro Plan of GP/ Ward and collection of related information
    • Grievance redressal – Receiving the petitions, registering and redressal.

 

4. Operational guidelines
4.1 Programme Duration:

  • Programme duration will be from 2nd October, 2014 to 20th October, 2014.
  • The programme would be launched on 2nd October, 2014 by organizing the rallies at District/ Constituency/ Mandal/ GP/ Ward for creating environment for the programme and awareness about it. The MPDOs may hire auto’s to continuously make rounds in the GP/Ward for playing  7 songs, highlighting the importance of Janmabhoomi Maa Vooru, being provided in CDs by the I&PR department. The focus on Swatcha Andhra will be a thrust area in the rallies.
  •  The I&PR department has identified one Kalajata team per mandal. The District Collectors are requested to schedule the Kalajatas programme ensuring wide publicity of JBMV.
  • The District Collectors are requested to create a festive atmosphere, utilizing the publicity material including placards, in the District/Constituency/Mandal during these rallies by involving persons from all walks of the society.  
  • Besides conducting rallies on 2nd October 2014, another major initiative would be launch of NTR Sujala Pathakam – at least one water treatment plant in each constituency in rural areas and two water treatment plants in each Municipality in urban areas.
  • GP/Ward visit programme will commence on 4th October, 2014 and will continue till 20th October. (3rd being a holiday for Vijaya Dasami). In all there will be 14 effective working days during the programme period (including the 2nd Saturday -11th Oct.2014).

4. 2 Coverage:

  • Two teams will be constituted for each Mandal. Each team  would cover one GP per day to cover all GPs in the Mandal during the program duration. The District Collectors will constitute the requisite number of teams for covering each ward in the municipal areas.  The visit schedule of teams of rural and municipal areas will be prepared accordingly by the District Collector.
  • The teams will spend the entire day in the GP/Ward and use focused Groups Discussion as well as other means to conduct the meetings.
  • In case of mandals, where the number of GPs is more than 28 (14 daysx2 teams), the District Collectors may plan by scheduling more than 2 GPs on some days or by deploying an extra team headed by some other officer other than MDO, MRO, who are already leading two teams.
  • Available data suggests that Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam and Chittoor districts need to plan for more than 2 GPs per day or arrange extra teams for some days during the programme.  

4. 3 Visit Schedule:

  • Since the programme is to be completed in a definite time frame and medical camps/animal health checkups are to be organised, the District Collectors should schedule the programme suitably so as to provide enough time in between the visits to facilitate mobility for the personnel and equipment.
  • The District Collectors should prepare the schedule of each team in advance. Wide publicity shall be given to the GP/ Municipal ward visit schedule under the Janmabhoomi-Maa Vooru programme and it shall also be informed well in advance to respective GPs/Wards The schedule will also be uploaded in the designated website for information and for monitoring the visits.

4.4 Officers Responsible at Various Levels:

  • A District Level Committee is constituted for the coordination of the JBMV programme.
  • The Gram Panchayat/Mandal level  Committee coordinates the programme at the Panchayat/mandal level in the rural areas.
  • The Municipal ward/division Committee will coordinate the programme at the Municipal level in the urban areas.
  • The District Collector will be responsible of the programme at District level supported by District Panchayat Officer. Mandal Development officer will be responsible for the respective mandals and the Municipal Commissioner at the Municipality level. These officers shall be responsible in all respects for organizing and conducting the programme successfully.
  • As the exercise is being conducted to prepare a vision and micro plan of the Gram Panchayat and Municipality and its subsequent monitoring, the Panchayat Raj department will be responsible for the overall coordination of the campaign for Gram Panchayat and Municipal Administration and Urban Development Department will be responsible for Municipal areas. These departments would regularly monitor the achievements against the vision and micro plan.

4.5 Visiting teams:
The District Collectors would constitute the number of teams as per the field requirements to complete the program as per the guideline.
Rural Team: Each Mandal would have two Mandal Level Teams led by the MPDO and MRO respectively. The Mandal Level Officers should be judiciously distributed between the two teams by the District Collector as per the field necessity. 

  • A team of doctors for health camp and a team of veterinary doctors for the veterinary camp/Fisheries Advisory would also be part of the Mandal Level Team.
  • The village level functionaries would join for the respective GPs.
  • All members of a team will visit all the Panchayats together lead by MPDO or MRO as they case maybe.
  • Apart from the officials, ASHA worker, ANM,AWW and any other personnel as felt necessary by the District Collector may be co-opted in the team.  

4.6. Urban Team: Municipal Commissioners in consultation with the District Collectors would constitute the necessary number of teams to cover one ward per day for each municipality.

  • The Medical Health camp should be organized in each ward of the municipality.
  • The veterinary camps may be organized as per the local necessity.
  • The Municipal Ward/ Municipal Corporation Committee will also participate in the programme.   
  • The team members – consisting of Ward member, bill collector and other officers concerned together will visit all the Wards in the Municipal towns under the leadership of Municipal Commissioner.

5. Budgetary support

  • An amount of Rs. 1 crore (approx.) per district is being provided for conduct of the programme.
  • The funds for conducting the Health camp and the Veterinary camps are provided to the Medical & Health and Animal Husbandry departments.
  • Funds are also being provided to Agriculture, , Panchayat Raj, IT&C, Planning departments for programme related activities.

6. Programme Structure:
It will be a whole day programme with following indicative schedule:

  • the District Collectors must ensure that posters, depicting the vision of the government, supplied by I&PR department are prominently exhibited well before the commencement of the programme in all GPs/wards particularly during the visit.,
  • Commencing the programme: The ‘Janmabhoomi – Maa Vooru’ programme at GP/Ward level will start with recitation of “Maa Telugu Talli” followed by the Janmabhoomi song. It will be followed by reading out the message of the Hon’ble Chief Minister.
  • There after the Health and Veterinary camps will start while the other agenda would be taken up in parallel.
  • Morning Session (about 3 hours): Discussion on thrust areas Missions, Campaigns, Vision for the district in the light of the broad development agenda, and power situation.
  • Pension distribution.
  • Group formation, field visits in groups and data collection for micro plan for the village.
  • Afternoon Session (about 3 hrs) –The groups will sit together for discussion and preparation of Vision and compilation of Micro Plan with realistic timelines and prioritization, based on the data collected.
  • The programme will conclude with the adoption of the Gram Panchayat Vision.  
  • Individual Grievances: Two/three officers should be designated to receive the individual grievances. MRO would be responsible for coordinating and management of grievances. The grievances received should be grouped in 22 categories as per usual practices. The category wise number only should be entered in the Annexure-11. The individual grievances should be entered into the CM grievance system and be followed up by the MRO respective departments.

7. Data Collection and Transmission

  • The data collection forms has two parts. The first part called “Daily Reporting Format” pertains to the conduct of the program and summary of key items. It will be linked to the CM Dash Board for online real-time reporting.
  • The second part called “Micro Plan” contains the department wise data along with annexures to be collected for the preparation of the Micro Plan and the Vision of the GP/municipality.
  • The purpose of having formal identity linked to individuals is to facilitate tracking of the request, to avoid middlemen and thereby ensure transparency in proper service delivery to the targeted persons. Further, the mobile number would be used for communicating the status of the grievance.
  • Data pertaining to the individuals may be Aadhaar number-based or Enrolment ID (EID) or Voter ID or Ration Card No. based.  Phone (mobile number) if available may be taken as the whole exercise must facilitate further follow up.
  • The service delivery mechanism will also be improved with GIS and GPS technology. The structures like water harvesting structure will be identified by GPS with latitude and longitude by Rural Development Department , if not already done.
  • The data entry can take place at the GP level if the connectivity is available or in the office of MPDO.
  • The data should be daily entered in the evening in the designated software developed by the IT&C Department with the help of the agency of the Rural development Department. The data would be linked to State Resident Data Hub (SRDH) for populating the existing details and to map the services/benefits availed by the individual.
  • The Chief Planning Officer at the district level and the Mandal ASO at the mandal level will coordinate the data collection and entry.
  • The Habitation Codes to be used to uniquely identify GP/Ward.
  • The district and mandal level plans would be generated by aggregating the GP and Municipal data.
  • The individual grievance data would be entered into the existing grievance management system with additional tag of JBMV for identification.  

8. General instructions:

  • GP/Mandal/ Municipality level plans shall be prepared keeping in view the goals of “Swarna Andhra”. The target of program is to ensure welfare of people in general and weaker section/BPL families in particular.
  • One crucial aspect of this programme is the micro plan preparation, which shall form the basis for development of GP/Ward.
  • It is to be noted that the data collected during the programme will actually flow into the District Annual Plan and it will be used for regular reviews.  
  • An orientation programme shall be conducted at District level for all the departments, on Janmabhoomi-Maa Vooru under the Chairmanship of District Minister(s).
  • Similarly, orientation programme at Mandal level shall be conducted for Mandal/Gram Panchayat teams under the supervision of one District level officer. The Municipal Commissioner should also conduct similar program at the municipality level.
  • The Mandal/Municipal team shall travel in a single van/ vehicle of an appropriate size. Required vehicles may be hired for visit during the month as per existing government norms.
  • Any financial requirement to fulfill the grievances or any requests given during the programme will generally be met by meeting the expenditure from the regular budgets of the respective departments only.
  • The concerned MRO is responsible for proper registering of the grievances and for coordinating the redressal of the grievance. The status of the grievance is to be informed to the cell number of the applicant. The grievance is to be entered under JB MV grievances.
  • All the District Collectors shall make arrangements for providing the information daily by the end of the day on conduct of the program in the website developed for the purpose. http://jbmv.ap.gov.in/.

 

  • Contact persons:

For technical issues

  • Smt Sailaja,                                2. Sri.Saibaba,

Special Officer, Portal, ITE&C Dept. Project Manager, ITE&C dept.
Cell number 9966709057               Cell number 9949994041

3.Sri. Venkatachalam
Joint Director, IT&C dept
Cell No. 9963029394.

For general clarifications

  • Dr.Nagaraju,

Joint Director, Planning Dept.
Cell No. 7702803451.

  • Sri Venkata Krishna,

Dy. Secretary to Govt. PR Dept.
Cell No.7032957905.

  • Control rooms must be opened in offices of the District Collectors for providing any clarifications sought from the GPs/ wards during the programme period. The contact persons name and contact numbers should be publicized.
  • District Collectors are advised to follow the theme and content of the programme to realize the objectives.

S.P.Tucker
Spl. Chief Secretary to Government 
To
All the District Collectors
All the DDOs of Zilla Parishads,
All the District Panchayat Officers
All Municipal Commissioners
All the CPOs
Copy to
All the Spl. C.S., / Prl. Secretaries / Secretaries of the Government
All the HODs concerned
PS to all the Ministers
PS to Advisors to the Government, PS to CMO.


Annexure - 1

Content detail:

Item-1- Distribution of Enhanced Pensions:

  • Government, have decided to enhance the pension amounts from 2nd October,2014 in order to assist the eligible persons to lead a better life and command respect in the society.
  • The enhanced pension will be Rs. 1,000 in case of old-aged, widows, toddy-tappers.
  • In case of disabled pensions, the pension is enhanced from Rs. 500 to Rs. 1500.
  • The enhanced pensions will be distributed as per the verified lists to eligible beneficiaries during the programme.
  • The programme must be done in a festive environment but not as a routine manner.
      • Phone Number and Aadhaar Number should  be collected
      • SMS should be sent soon after dispatch of pension

(Coordinating Officer: CEO, SERP)

Item-2- Conduct of Health Camps and Eye Camps:

  • During the programme, Health Camps and Eye Camps must be conducted at each GP /Ward level.
    • Registration for Eye surgeries, Spectacles distribution, Arogya seva-Aadhar No., Phone No. to be collected.
  • The programme could be best utilised as a forum for identifying/ tracking vulnerable mothers(delivery related), children aged less than 1 year age and less than 5 years of age. Such an effort would be extremely useful in reducing the IMR and MMR from the present levels and make the State stand on par with best in the country. - Aadhaar No., Phone No. to be collected.
  • During these camps, the patients along with their Aadhar number may be registered through NTR Arogya Seva and follow up action must be taken on regular basis.
  • Phone Number and Aadhar Number of the patient is to be collected for subsequent follow up for performing surgeries etc.

(Coordinating Officer: Prl. Secretary, HM&FW dept.)
Item-3 Conduct of Veterinary Camps and Medicine dispensation 
             and verification of foot and mouth diseases:

  • Veterinary camps will be conducted during which medicine dispensation and verification of Foot and mouth diseases should be taken up.
  • During the programme, the teams will take up treatment of sick animals, treatment of infertility cases, conduct of Artificial Insemination, minor operations.
  • Under Vaccination Programme (National Control Programme on Pest Des Petits Ruminants (PPR) – Paarudu Rogam susceptible Sheep & Goat will be vaccinated benefitting shepherd families. Status of Gopal Mitra and training programmes
  • Under de-worming Programme(nattala nivaran) Programme left over sheep & goat will be dewormed to improve the body weights benefitting 15000 shepherd families.
  • Calves will be de-wormed to reduce mortality.
  • Apart from the above activities, awareness on latest management practices on profitable veterinary rearing will be brought through distribution of pamphlets / printed material.
  • Providing a fish support system in coastal areas.

(Coordinating Officer:: Prl. Secretary, AHDD&F dept.)
Item-4: - Sensitizing people on five campaigns - (Coordinating Officer: Secretary, PR and Prl. Secy., MA&UD dept.)
People need to be sensitized on the Five Campaigns:

  • Pedarikam pai Gelupu
  • Polam Pilustondi
  • Badi Pilustondi
  • Neeru Chettu
  • Swacha Andhra
  •  Pedarikam pai Gelupu: (Coordinating Officers: Prl. Secretaries of SC welfare, ST welfare and CEO, SERP)
  • Every citizen is the stakeholder in the development process of eradicating poverty.
  • DWCRA members will be trained as a part of skill development and Knowledge Mission for creating more than 80 lakh jobs.
  • Financial inclusion will be the key for inclusive growth.
  • Necessary awareness is to be given on financial saving activities.
  • Polam Pilustondi:

During the programme period, steps are to be taken to:

  • To enhance the outreach of Extension services at door step of the farmers & interaction programmes
  • Local specific crop condition and variety issues.
  • Increasing the number of soil testing cards and distribution.
  • Supply of Seeds for Rabi season.
  • Supply of extra quantities  of Zinc and Gypsum on subsidy
  • Release of pending input subsidy.

(Coordinating Officer: Prl. Secy. Agriculture)

  •  Badi Pilustondi:
      • “Badi Pilustondi” was launched on 25.07.2014 in Anantapuramu District and continued upto 2nd August, 2014.
      • All the children in the age group 6-14 must be enrolled.
      • Enrolments in Adult Education need to be encouraged.
      • Importance of education must be inculcated in the minds of the children.

 (Coordinating Officer: Prl. Secy. School Education)

  •  Neeru –Chettu:
  • Optimum use of water – water use efficiency - More crops per drop.
  • Carrying out the inventory of existing GPS-based harvesting structures and repairs/construction of new water harvesting structures using the remote sensing technology.
  • Repairs/maintenance of water harvesting structures and water recharge
  • Construction of recharge pits through roof water collection (especially in urban areas).
  • De-silting of tanks and breach restoration and Better water management through improved agricultural practices.
  • Tree plantations through drip systems need to be encouraged.

(Coordinating Officer: Commissioner, RD)

  •  Swacha Andhra:
  • Provision of safe potable water of 20 litres for Rs. 2 to each household.
  • It is proposed to launch the NTR Sujala Pathakam programme on 2nd October, 2014 by installing atleast one water treatment plant in each constituency and two water treatment plants in each municiplaity. The programme will cover all households in a phased manner in course of time.
  • The programme goes hand in hand with the National Swacha Bharat programme which is being observed during 25-09-2014 to 23-10-2014.
  • Concept should be “Keep the villages / wards clean”
    • Street cleaning
    • Drainage cleaning
    • Institutions cleaning-Schools, AWC, GP, Sub-centres
    • Identify & cleaning Garbage heaps & water stagnant points
    • Solid & Liquid waste management
  • Awareness on construction & usage of Toilets.
  • Awareness on Hand Wash.
  • Safe handling & storage of drinking water.
  • Cleaning of overhead tanks of drinking water schemes.
  • Toilets in schools and colleges must be constructed in a definite time frame and maintained properly ensuring water supply.
  • SHGs are to be trained in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programme. 

(Coordinating Officer: Secy. PR & RWS and Principal Secretary MAUD)


Annexure - 2
Pension eligibility:

  • Old age :             > 65 years and above
  • Widow   :             > 18 years
  • Disabled:             >  40%-79% : Rs. 1000/- and

                               80% above Rs.1500/-                                                                       

  • Weavers:             50 years, weavers by profession
  • Toddy Tappers:    50 years, by profession
  • The criteria for sanctioning a pension is essentially need-based (extreme poverty) but not saturation based.
  • One family - One pension should be the common norm. Except in extra-ordinary cases where the condition of the family is very pathetic such as both wife and husband are very old - more than one pension per family should be entertained.
  • If in a family, there are both old aged persons and disabled persons, then both are eligible for pensions. In case, there is more than one disabled person with disability more than 80% and the family doesn’t have any source of income, then all such disabled persons in the family can be given pension. However, the most deserving people must be covered in the first place.
  • Even in such of the cases, the District level Committee needs to recommend the case. Any misuse of the opportunity will be viewed seriously and amount will be recovered from the officer concerned.
  • It must be ensured that no eligible person misses out the pension and no ineligible person gets it. There should not be a mix up of pensions of Abhyahastham and normal pensions.
  • The issue of giving pension to outsourcing persons engaged in the sanitation works should not be entertained. Similar is the case with RTC staff who have retired from the service.
  • In case, there is a mismatch of biometrics, IRIS technology will be made use of. Until such time, the Paid Secretary shall authorize such pensions.
  • During the programme, the Mobile Numbers of all the eligible pensioners should be collected and entered in the database and a message should be sent to the cell phone of the beneficiary as soon as the enhanced pension is credited to the bank account.
  • When a particular family is so desperate and not even a single member of the house is available to collect pension, the paid secretary concerned shall handover the pension to the family. He is accountable for the transaction.