Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY)
SAGY or Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana is a venture of village development introduced by the Indian Government in October 2014. In this scheme every MP will assume the liability of creating institutional and physical infrastructure in 3 villages by the year 2019. SAGY was launched on October 11, 2014.
The objective is to create three “Adarsh Grams” by the end of March 2019, of which first will be accomplished by 2016. From that point, five Adarsh Grams (one every year) will be chosen and created by the year 2024.
The SAGY was propelled last year for the improvement of the model villages. In this Yojana, MPs will be in charge of building up the physical and socio economic foundation of the 3 villages each by year 2019, and eight villages each by the year 2024.
The primary Adarsh Gram should be created by the year 2016, and 2 more by the year 2019. From 2019 – 2024, five more villages should be developed by every MP, one every year. This infers a sum of about 6,433 Adarsh Grams, out of 2,65,000 panchayats, will be made by the year 2024. Key components of the Yojana are sketched out beneath.
Key Componants of the SAGY include:
The advancement of the model villages, known as Adarsh Grams, through the usage of existing plans, and few new schemes to be planned for the nearby setting, which might shift from one village to other.
Making models of the local advancement that can be recreated in different villages.
MPs can choose any village panchayat, except their own or their spouse’s village, to be created as Adarsh Village. The village should have a populace of 3000 to 5000 individuals on the off chance that it is situated in plain area, or 1000 to 3000 individuals if situated on hill.
MPs of Lok Sabha can pick a village from their electorate, and MPs of Rajya Sabha from their states. Assigned individuals can pick a village from any area of the nation. MPs representing urban areas can distinguish a village from a neighboring countryside constituency.
No new finance has been assigned for this Yojana. Assets might be raised by:
Capital from present plans, for example, IAY (Indira Awas Yojana), PMGSY (Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana), MGNREGS (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme), and BRGF (Backward Regions Grant Fund), and so forth.,
Own income of gram panchayats
Grants of State and Central Commission Grants, and
A plan of village development should be made for each and every Adarsh Gram. Whereas every village will build up a rundown of exercises to be done, taking into account its own assets and prerequisites, conceivable exercises have been recorded in the rules for the plan. For instance, Adarsh Grams are able to work towards giving general access to essential healthcare services, advancing differentiated jobs through horticulture related occupations and aptitude development, giving pension to every single qualified families, houses for all, and advancing social forestry.
Values of SAGY
Away from simple infrastructural development, SAGY concentrates for ingraining certain of the villages and people with the goal that they get changed to models for other villages. These qualities include:
Receiving participation of the individuals as an end by itself – guaranteeing the contribution of all section of the society in all angles identified with the village life, particularly in the area of decision-making in administration.
Sticking to the Antyodaya – empowering the “poorest & the weakest individual” present in a village to accomplish prosperity
Insisting sexual orientation equity and guaranteeing respect for females
Ensuring social equality
Ingraining pride of work and the group service spirit as well as voluntarism
Advancing a system of hygiene and clean environment
Living in consonance with nature – guaranteeing a harmony ecology and development
Safeguarding and advancing nearby cultural heritage
Instilling mutual participation, self improvement and independence