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Rashtriya Gram Swaraj Abhiyan

The Government on 24/04/2018 on the occasion of National Panchayati Raj Day launched the restructured Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) of Rashtriya Gram Swaraj Abhiyan (RGSA) for implementation from 01.04.2018 to 31.03.2022 with the primary aim of strengthening Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with main thrust on convergence with Mission Antyodaya and emphasis on strengthening PRIs in the 117 Aspirational districts. The scheme has been approved with total budget outlay of Rs. 7255.50 crore out of which State share will be Rs. 2755.50 crore and the Central share will be Rs. 4500.00 crore. The scheme extends to all States and UTs including non-Part IX areas where Panchayats do not exist.


The scheme consists of Central and State Components. The Central component comprises (i) National level activities viz. National Plan for Technical Assistance (NPTA) including NPMU, collaboration with academic institutions/ institutions of excellence including NIRD&PR, Hyderabad for various activities of CB&T for PRIs (ii) Mission Mode Project (MMP) on e-Panchayat and (iii) Incentivization of Panchayats. The State component relates to activities to be undertaken by State Governments for CB&T and other activities for strengthening of Panchayats viz Capacity Building &Training,  training infrastructure and HR support for training, Strengthening of Gram Sabhas in PESA areas, Distance Learning Facility via SATCOM, Support for Innovations, Technical support to PRIs, Financial Data and Analysis Cell, Panchayat Buildings, e-enablement of Panchayats, Project based funding for economic development and income enhancement, IEC and PMU. The sharing pattern for the State component is in the ratio of 60:40 except NE and Hilly States where Central and State sharing is in the ratio of 90:10. For all UTs, Central share is 100%.


The scheme has programmatic focus for phased saturation mode on ensuring basic orientation training for the Elected Representatives of Panchayats, within six months of their election and refresher trainings within 2 years. RGSA will have thrust for SHG-PRI convergence to ensure effective community mobilisation and greater public ownership of flagship programs of the Govt. Use of e-governance and technology driven solutions at Panchayat level will be increased to attain administrative efficiency, improved service delivery, and greater accountability.


For enabling the PRIs to implement the RGSA in a meaningful, concerted and result oriented manner, a Framework for Implementation of RGSA has been prepared and shared with the States.


During the year 2018-19, Ministry has approved the Annual Action Plans (AAPs) of 32 States/UTs and Rs 598.21 crore has been released to States and implementing agencies etc under the scheme..

Further, with a view to expeditiously implement the scheme and for achieving the stipulated objectives in a progressive manner, this Ministry has taken the initiative for approval of the Annual Action Plans for the year 2019-20 of all States / UTs by the Central Empowered Committee of RGSA, well in advance so that the States / UTs have full year for implementation of their approved activities. Towards this end, the 3rd meeting of the CEC of RGSA was held on 22nd and 23rd February, 2019 and the Annual Action Plans for 2019-20 of 33 States / UTs were approved. The minutes of the meeting have been accordingly communicated to the concerned States/UTs and participants.


Approved Annual Action Plan of Statues/UTs

Sl.No States/UTs 2018-19 2019-20
1 Andaman and Nicobar Summary , APAndaman Summary, APAndaman
2 Andhra Pradesh Summary, APAndhra Summary, APAndhra
3 Arunachal Pradesh Summary, APArunachal Summary, APArunachal
4 Assam Summary, APAssam Summary, APAssam
5 Bihar Summary, APBihar Summary, APBihar
6 Chhattisgarh Summary, APChhattisgarh Summary, APChhattisgarh
7 Dadar and Nagar Haveli Summary, APDadar Summary, APDadar
8 Daman and Diu Summary, APDaman Summary, APDaman
9 Goa Summary, APGoa Summary, APGoa
10 Gujarat Summary, APGujarat Summary, APGujarat
11 Haryana Summary, APHaryana Summary, APHaryana
12 Himachal Pradesh Summary, APHimachal Summary, APHimachal
13 Jammu and Kashmir Summary, APJammu Summary,APJammu
14 Jharkhand Summary,APJharkhand Summary,APJharkhand
15 Karnataka Summary,APKarnataka Summary,APKarnataka
16 Kerala Summary,APKerala Summary,APKerala
17 Madhya Pradesh Summary,APMadhya Summary,APMadhya
18 Maharashtra Summary,APMaharashtra Summary,APMaharashtra
19 Manipur Summary,APManipur Summary,APManipur
20 Meghalya Summary,APMeghalaya Summary,APMeghalaya
21 Mizoram Summary,APMizoram Summary,APMizoram
22 Nagaland Summary,APNagaland Summary,APNagaland
23 Odisha Summary,APOdisha Summary,APOdisha
24 Pondicherry   Summary,APPondicherry
25 Punjab Summary,APPunjab Summary,APPunjab
26 Rajasthan Summary,APRajasthan Summary,APRajasthan
27 Sikkim Summary,APSikkim Summary,APSikkim
28 Tamil Nadu Summary,APTamilnadu Summary,APTamilnadu
29 Telengana Summary,APTelangana Summary,APTelangana
30 Tripura Summary,APTripura Summary,APTripura
31 Uttar Pradesh Summary,APUttar Summary,APUttar
32 Uttarakhand Summary,APUttarakhand Summary,APUttarakhand
33 West Bengal Summary,APWest Summary,APWest