The work of the development plans is tested by a social audit

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Gondola. Now Block Resource Persons (BRPs) will play an important role in testing development work on a social level. The committee formed under the chairmanship of District Judge Markandeya Shahi has issued a list of 18 block resource individuals at the district level. The selected BRPs will now test the development work in the villages through social audits and will also work for greater public participation.
Due to the lack of well-planned arrangements for social audits, the general public has not yet been able to obtain comprehensive information on their rights. For this reason, while emphasizing block resource selection, the Government of India has asked that priority be given to those who have experience in solving public problems.
For the selection of the BRP in the district, DDO Dinkar Vidyarthi, together with CDO Shashank Tripathi under the chairmanship of the district magistrate, selected the people after examining the talent and skills of the people involved through interviews for a social audit.
The CDO said that the general public would only be informed about the systems if the on-site social audit was successfully conducted and the system was accountable.
In addition, the implementation of the action plans is monitored by informing the public about their rights and entitlements. So that the development plans reach the people. The list issued by the DM level was sent to the Director of Social Audit. The block allocation process is completed with an early training of the selected candidates.
The social audit initiative has been running for a long time. In 2010, a block coordinator was selected at district and block level. Even after that, the participation of the population could not be ensured by the social audit. Thereafter, the Indian government gave priority to the BRP selection.
The block coordinator is not stationed in the Karnailganj and Haldharmau blocks. Two BRPs were selected for each of these and there are block coordinators in the other 14 blocks, then one BRP was selected there. The work is not a permanent fee and the fee is fixed for each work. BAP receives two thousand rupees business fee and five hundred travel expenses for examining a panchayat.
18 BRP selected to motivate the public
– To verify the reality of the development plans, BRP will communicate with beneficiaries for social audits. Make them aware that the scheme is only for their benefit. BRP panelists Laxmi Prasad Mishra, Babita Singh, Sanjay Tiwari, Krishnadev Tiwari, Ashish Srivastava, Dinesh Narayan Tiwari, Visheshwar Dubey, Santosh Kumar, Vijay Kumar Mishra, Atal Bihari Sharma, Amresh Tiwari, Kuw. De, Jamuna Krna Singh, Santosh Kumar, Kailash, Vinay Prakash Singh were selected.
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The role of the public is very important in the implementation of development plans. BRP was chosen to raise public awareness of the systems and improve how they work. The training of the selected candidates will begin shortly.
Shashank Tripathi, CDO

Gondola. Now Block Resource Persons (BRPs) will play an important role in testing development work on a social level. The committee formed under the chairmanship of District Judge Markandeya Shahi has issued a list of 18 block resource individuals at the district level. The selected BRPs will now test the development work in the villages through social audits and will also work for greater public participation.

Due to the lack of well-planned arrangements for social audits, the general public has not yet been able to obtain comprehensive information on their rights. For this reason, while emphasizing block resource selection, the Government of India has asked that priority be given to those who have experience in solving public problems.

For the selection of the BRP in the district, DDO Dinkar Vidyarthi, together with CDO Shashank Tripathi under the chairmanship of the district magistrate, selected the people after examining the talent and skills of the people involved through interviews for a social audit.

The CDO said that the general public would only be informed about the systems if the on-site social audit was successfully conducted and the system was accountable.

In addition, the implementation of the action plans is monitored by informing the public about their rights and entitlements. So that the development plans reach the people. The list issued from the DM level was sent to the Director Social Audit. The block allocation process is completed with early training of the selected candidates.

The social audit initiative has been running for a long time. In 2010, a block coordinator was selected at district and block level. Even after that, the participation of the population could not be ensured by the social audit. Thereafter, the Indian government gave priority to the BRP selection.

The block coordinator is not stationed in the Karnailganj and Haldharmau blocks. Two BRPs were selected for each of these and there are block coordinators in the other 14 blocks, then one BRP was selected there. The work is not a permanent fee and the fee is fixed for each work. BAP receives two thousand rupees business fee and five hundred travel expenses for examining a panchayat.

18 BRP selected to motivate the public

– To verify the reality of the development plans, BRP will communicate with beneficiaries for social audits. Make them aware that the scheme is only for their benefit. BRP panelists Laxmi Prasad Mishra, Babita Singh, Sanjay Tiwari, Krishnadev Tiwari, Ashish Srivastava, Dinesh Narayan Tiwari, Visheshwar Dubey, Santosh Kumar, Vijay Kumar Mishra, Atal Bihari Sharma, Amresh Tiwari, Kuw. De, Jamuna Krna Singh, Santosh Kumar, Kailash, Vinay Prakash Singh were selected.

Quotes

The role of the public is very important in the implementation of development plans. BRP was chosen to raise public awareness of the systems and improve how they work. The training of the selected candidates will begin shortly.

Shashank Tripathi, CDO

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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