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Grama Jyothi

Agriculture And Infrastructure
Grama Jyothi
Health And Nutrition
Mana Ooru Mana Pranalika
Natural Resources Management
Rural Development
Social Security And Poverty Eradication
Water And Sanitation
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Frequently Asked Questions
The Government of Telangana launched the “Grama Jyothi” Program as a logical continuation of Mana Ooru-Mana Pranalika. The goal of Grama Jyothi is to bring in much-desired accountability, and transparency in the functioning of public institutions Working at the Gram Panchayat level and make them responsive to the needs of the people by establishing.
Grama Jyothi aims to synergise the developmental activities of the departments by achieving functional and financial convergence through the preparation of Gram Panchayat Developmental Plans.
Telangana Chief Minister KCR launched the Grama Jyothi scheme at Gangadevipalli village in Warangal district on 17th August.
This scheme is intended to decentralize the power and for the speedy all-around development of villages in the state. Seven committees with specific missions like education, agriculture, basic amenities, drinking water sanitation, and social security- eradicating of poverty and preserving natural resources in each gram panchayat will be formed.
These committees will meet at regular intervals and conduct Grama Sabhas, where plans for the development of their villages will be chalked out. Panchayati Raj Ministry will oversee their development programs and grant sufficient funds for them. CM KCR declared that Rs.25, 000 crores will be spent on this program over the next four years period.
Enable and facilitate vibrant Gram Panchayats that are responsive to people’s needs and aspirations through community participation.

Other important points
• The scheme is aimed at the comprehensive development of rural areas allowing planning and execution of works by villages themselves.
• The program had a parallel launch in other districts by Ministers K.T. Rama Rao and P. Mahender Reddy in Ranga Reddy, Etala Rajender in Karimnagar, T. Harish Rao in Medak, G. Jagadish Reddy in Nalgonda, Dr. C. Laxma Reddy in Mahabubnagar and Jogu Ramanna in Adilabad.
• With the village development committees playing the key role, the focus of the scheme would be at improving the Human Development Index (HDI) by addressing core issues such as roads, drains and sanitation, nutrition and health, drinking water, streetlights, wage employment, and green cover.
• Decision Making and taking good advantage of the Social Capital at the Village level.

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