Minister of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj

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Institutional Building & Capacity Building

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Strong affinity based and quality institutions of poor starting from SHGs at village level would be the primary building block of the NRLM institutional design. NRLM would promote SHGs with exclusive women membership. The idea is to reach out to all family members through women. Process of formation of SHGs which includes: organizing the women into affinity based groups, developing group norms, practicing Panchasutra (regular meetings, regular savings, regular inter-loaning, timely repayment and up-to-date books of accounts), leadership development – would be followed for six months from formation. From six to twenty four months the focus would be on linkages, which includes: capacity building, micro investment plan (MIP), strengthening the existing livelihoods of the members, linkages with banks and setting up primary federation. Beyond twenty four months, the focus would be more on visioning/planning, promoting new livelihoods, new products and creating social capital.

Higher level federations at various levels will be formed by aggregating SHG members which will provide a platform and space to voice members of SHGs and their demands (social and financial) to reduce their dependency on external agencies. The federations would help in knowledge and technology dissemination and would also act as hubs of production, collectivization and commerce. Responsibility of the federation would also include: bringing in all left out poor households into SHG, provide capacity building support, higher order financial and livelihood services and facilitate access to public services and entitlements.

Promotion of specialized institutions like livelihood collectives, producer's cooperatives/ companies for livelihoods promotion, which will work on scale, ensure backward and forward linkages, access to information, credit, technology and markets. Following the principles of subsidiarity, the federation at each level would have its own purpose, functionality and identity. These specialized institutions would be independent, yet organically interdependent. NRLM would provide support to the states by NRLM to strengthen these federations and its capacity to build systems and mechanisms of good governance, planning and review, accounts, internal and statutory and social audit, so that it can become sustainable.

SHG Formation Guideline (67.4 KB)

SHG Grading Criteria (1.3 MB)

SHG Module (67.4 KB)

CRP Selection Criteria (572.3 KB)

SHG Bima(175.9 KB) 

1st CRP List (33.4 KB)

2nd Phase CRP List (38.9 KB)

IB&CB Training Plan 2014-15 (53 KB)

USRLM Tally ERP 9 training program for Intensive District -Participant List (270.5 KB)

NRLM_Orientation_workshops__for_Intensive,_Non-Intensive_blocks and CRPs (participant_list) (5.4 MB)

CRPsActive Women Book-keeping training for _Intensive,_Non-Intensive_blocks_participant_list (3.4 MB)

ToT on Online MIS Modules _NRLM Portal (7.7 MB)

workshop on Interest subvention and bank linkage portal 15 December 2015 (640.8 KB)

MIS Review Workshop 16 December 2015 (24.1 MB)

AW/iCRP Policy (2.3 MB)

Strong affinity based and quality institutions of poor starting from SHGs at village level would be the primary building block of the NRLM institutional design. NRLM would promote SHGs with exclusive women membership. The idea is to reach out to all family members through women. Process of formation of SHGs which includes: organizing the women into affinity based groups, developing group norms, practicing Panchasutra (regular meetings, regular savings, regular inter-loaning, timely repayment and up-to-date books of accounts) and leadership development – would be followed for six months from formation. From six to twenty four months the focus would be on linkages, which includes: capacity building, micro investment plan (MIP), strengthening the existing livelihoods of the members, linkages with banks and setting up primary federation. Beyond twenty four months, the focus would be more on visioning/planning, promoting new livelihoods, new products and creating social capital.

Higher level federations at various levels will be formed by aggregating SHG members which will provide a platform and space to voice members of SHGs and their demands (social and financial) to reduce their dependency on external agencies. The federations would help in knowledge and technology dissemination and would also act as hubs of production, collectivization and commerce. Responsibility of the federation would also include: bringing in all left out poor households into SHG, provide capacity building support, higher order financial and livelihood services and facilitate access to public services and entitlements.

Promotion of specialized institutions like livelihood collectives, producer's cooperatives/ companies for livelihoods promotion, which will work on scale, ensure backward and forward linkages, access to information, credit, technology and markets. Following the principles of subsidiary, the federation at each level would have its own purpose, functionality and identity. These specialized institutions would be independent, yet organically interdependent. NRLM would provide support to the states by NRLM to strengthen these federations and its capacity to build systems and mechanisms of good governance, planning and review, accounts, internal and statutory and social audit, so that it can become sustainable.