National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme

The National Rural Employment Guarantee Act 2005 was passed by Parliament on 23rd August 2005 and it was promulgated on 7th September 2005. Based on the Act the scheme of National Rural Employment Guarantee scheme was ceremoniously launched by the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh on Feb 2, 2006. Initially it covered 200 districts of the country and in the coming three-years all the 600 districts are to be covered in a phased manner. It has been envisaged under section-3 of the Act that the state government shall, in such rural areas in the state as may be notified by the Central Government, provide to every household whose adult members volunteer to do unskilled manual work, not less than one hundred days of such work in a financial year in accordance with the scheme made under the Act. For the purposes of giving effect to the provision of Section-3, every state Government shall within six months from the date of commencement of this Act, by notification make a scheme for providing not less than one hundred days of Guaranteed employment in a financial year to every household in the rural areas covered under the scheme and whose adult members, by application, volunteer to do unskilled manual work subject to the conditions laid down by or under the Act and in the scheme.

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4 Regional Workshop on National Rural Employment Guarantee Act UP.

Status of Uttar Pradesh Rural Employments Guarntee Scheme.

Social Audit  
(Accountability and Responsibility in the Social Development)

One day workshop was organized by Organisation AMAN

One day meeting with the District Coordinators.








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