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Video Conference on "Citizen Centric Services"

Date
January 5, 2016
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Objectives
Integrated Basin Development and Livelihood Promotion Programme (IBDLP) – Meghalaya

The Integrated Basin Development and Livelihood Promotion Programme (IBDLP), a flagship programme, was launched by the Government of Meghalaya in 2012. It aims to develop sustainable and inclusive entrepreneurship through an extensive system of training and capacity building, credit linkage and supply chain development. The programme has brought about significant process re-engineering, facilitating convergent action and holistic development through inclusive growth, livelihood promotion and environmental conservation. An Enterprise Facilitation Centre located at the block level functions as a single window for partners to receive all services, saving them from running pillar to post, thereby increasing efficiency in stakeholder matchmaking, and creating a rich statewide database of the demands, interests and needs of aspiring farmer-entrepreneurs. The decision to move to an entrepreneurial model of growth and development was taken at the highest levels of the State government. It was believed that transforming beneficiaries into entrepreneurs (undertaking production for the market) would help them generate their own livelihood and obviate the need for constant government aid and schemes. Over time, this approach came to be known as the partnership model of development. Significantly, the term beneficiary, with its intonations of hierarchy, passivity and dependence, was replaced by partnership, a model of equality between the state and the citizen. Central to this new approach were the two underlying concepts of sustainability and inclusion, aimed at protecting the regions fragile ecosystem and ensuring the development of the marginalised sections of the population. In line with the new approach, it was decided that each family would be provided at least three livelihoods so as to reduce the risks to family incomes. Recognising that the culture of entrepreneurship cannot flourish without an enabling environment, the Government of Meghalaya launched the IBDLP in April 2012 to re-engineer governmental systems and processes to ensure an integrated approach to entrepreneur-led development.

  • IBDLP?s primary objective is to ensure 11% growth during 2012-2017 through an inclusive and sustainable entrepreneur-led model implemented in convergence mode. The programme also seeks to promote knowledge-centric development through capacity building, particularly in natural resource management and entrepreneurship. It seeks to promote the creation of the required physical infrastructure in a convergent and participatory manner and set up efficient, adaptive and responsive governance systems for facilitating the process.

Chhattisgarh GIS - Geographic Information System

The State of Chhattisgarh is endowed with natural resources like forest, mineral resources, flora and fauna, wide range of crops and cropping patterns, and rich cultural diversity. The population of Chhattisgarh is divided in 27 districts with 149 tehsils and 20379 revenue villages. The multiplicity of natural resources, their uses has competing and conflicts interests that may arise between the various stakeholders makes compulsory to enable planning at multiple levels. Government of Chhattisgarh through its nodal agency, Chhattisgarh InfoTech & biotech Promotion Society (CHi PS), an autonomous organization under the Department of Information Technology, in consultation with Department of Panchayat and Rural Development (P&RD), and Department of Land Revenue (LRD), has generated Natural Resources Database (NRD), Infrastructure Resource Database and Cadastral Database for the State of Chhattisgarh on various scale from 1:50000 scale for natural resource, 1:4000 for rural cadastral maps to 1:1000 for urban amenities using IRS LISS-III/IV and CARTOSET data made available by NRSA(ISRO). These databases of Natural Resources (NRD), Socio-economics, Infrastructure and other collateral information has helped in project planning, implementation and impact assessment. The land parcel layer in this vector data base has been integrated with the tenancy records of B-1 and Khasra. The delivery of these maps and land records has been made possible in the state for the first time. The secured printing of maps and handling of vector required for capturing mutation data has been done for the first time in the country.

  1. Generate various thematic maps of natural resources on 1:50,000 scale using remote sensing & collateral data.
  2. Establishment of district level database in GIS environment.
  3. Identify the potentials and limitations of land and water resources and understand the priorities of the people.
  4. Integrate various thematic information and socio-economic for the generation of the action plans.
  5. Generate a comprehensive plan for (i) Water resources development and (ii) Land resources development.
  6. Generate Micro-watershed wise site-specific and area-specific action plans for easy implementation by local bodies.
  7. Online information access to gram panchayats anywhere-anytime.
  8. Facilitate participation of the local people (farmers, gram sevaks) into the planning process through periodic interactions.
  9. Design a mechanism for periodic monitoring and impact assessment.

Speakers
  1. Shri Gautam Chakraborty Officer on Special Duty Meghalaya Basin Development Authority Government of Meghalaya

  2. Shri A.M. Parial Vice Chairman, Chhattisgarh Infotech & Biotech Promotion Society, 3rd Floor, State Data Centre Building, Opp. New Circuit House, Civil Lines, Raipur-492001 Chhattisgarh

Participated States
  1. Arunachal Pradesh
  2. Bihar
  3. Delhi
  4. Goa
  5. Gujarat
  6. Himachal Pradesh
  7. Jammu and Kashmir
  8. Karnataka
  9. Kerala
  10. Madhya Pradesh
  11. Maharashtra
  12. Meghalaya
  13. Mizoram
  14. Orissa
  15. Rajasthan
  16. Tamil Nadu
  17. Telangana
  18. Uttar Pradesh
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