What is Sampoorna Rojgar Yojana?


Sampoorna Rojgar Yojana

The Sampoorna Grameen Rozgar Yojana scheme was started by Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on September 25, 2001. The purpose of this scheme is to provide profitable employment to the rural poor, providing employment and food to those who live below the poverty line. This program was implemented through Panchayati Raj Institutions. For this, the government passes a budget of Rs 10,000 crore every year. Through this scheme, the government will provide Rs. 40 per day wage or 8 kg of wheat in exchange for work to the rural poor. 5 million tons will be given in the year. This scheme involves improving food security and nutritional level, economic and health development, community, social and economic properties etc. through additional labour employment in rural areas.

SGRY Scheme Eligibility

Through this scheme, labour employment will be provided to all the families of the village or the surrounding area. Under this scheme, priority will be given to agricultural workers, unskilled labourers, marginal farmers, women, and scheduled caste members.

Sampoorna Grameen Rozgar Yojana (SGRY) is a scheme launched by the Central Government for the development of the rural poor. In 2001, this country was created to ensure the country’s plan that every poor people in the rural areas should get employment and food for which Give them jobs. Originally this scheme has been created by combining two different schemes. Employment Assurance Scheme (EAS) and Jawahar Gram Samrudhi Yojana (JGSY). Under this new scheme, the Government ensures that poverty line population below the rural area is provided free of cost with the employment of daily wages, through this, to free India from unemployment and to eliminate malnutrition from society

Goals

(A) Primary Objectives: – To improve the food security and nutritional level through additional labour employment for the members of the families of labour-intensive in rural areas.

(B) Minor Objectives: – To create a permanent community, social and economic assets, and infrastructure development facilities in the rural areas, so that they can solve their initial problems.

Resource allocation

  • Personality Recipient Schemes: Up to 22.5% of the resources are to be allocated for the purpose of “personality recipient schemes”. These schemes are directed at Scheduled Castes and Tribes, and funding will be secured from the asset allocation of Intermediate Panchayats and District Panchayats.
  • Infrastructure: Up to 50% of the resources are to be allocated to develop infrastructural facilities in areas inhabited by Scheduled Castes and Tribes.
  • Direct handling: Funds will not be handled by intermediaries or middlemen, as none are allowed to be hired for the implementation of this scheme. This also assures that funds will not be misappropriated.

Distribution of Money & Wheat Under the SGRY Scheme

  1. 60% of the funds received from the government and the wheat are released directly to the Panchayat committees.
  2. 40% of the Zilla Parishad/ DRDA (जिला परिषद/डी.आर.डी.ए.) at district level Is spent in the plan.
  3. Total amount received and 22.50% of what is spent on personal benefit plans for SC/ ST.
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