Two years after launching its ‘7-Star Rainbow Scheme’, the Haryana authorities has given star-rankings to 63 per cent of the state’s gram panchayats based mostly on their efficiency towards seven social parameters. Based mostly on the rating, authorities provides monetary support to villages.
Haryana Improvement and Panchayats Minister Om Prakash Dhankar stated Monday that beneath the scheme, 3930 gram panchayats out of 6,167 had efficiently achieved star-rating between 1 to six stars this 12 months.
The minister stated that 5,279 panchayats had registered themselves this 12 months thus far, whereas 4,902 panchayats have been registered final 12 months.
Among the many seven classes, 2,312 panchayats have achieved star within the class of no lawsuit of their villages. Equally, 3,604 panchayats have achieved stars for sustaining 100 per cent enrolment of kids in faculties, whereas 1,108 panchayats have achieved surroundings preservation star ranking. As many as 465 panchayats have achieved Intercourse Ratio Star ranking with encouraging the villagers to take part in ‘Save the Girl Child’ marketing campaign to enhance intercourse ratio.
One other 240 panchayats achieved hygiene and sanitation star ranking, 203 panchayats have achieved good governance star ranking and 103 panchayats have achieved social participation star ranking. Below the scheme, gram panchayats are rewarded with Rs 1 lakh for every parameter and particular bonus of Rs 50,000 is given to these gram panchayats who obtain star-rating in having equal or extra lady inhabitants to the variety of boys, and swachhta of their respective villages. Aside from this, improvement works price Rs 20 lakh are additionally sanctioned for these villages which carry out properly in reaching social indicators.
Twenty panchayats which have achieved 6-star ranking can be felicitated by Union Rural Improvement Minister Narendra Singh Tomar at a perform to be organised in Rohtak on Tuesday.