MGNREGS Funds, South
India bagged around 30 percentages of funds.
The Southern states of
India have bagged around 30 percentages of funds under the MGNREGS (Mahatma
Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme.
Southern States are
bagging 30 Percentages of funds continuously for 10 to 11 years even though
southern states possess lesser share of rural poor in the country.
But in Chattisgarh,
Uttar Pradesh and Bihar which has around 45 to 50 percentage of the country’s
rural poor, bagging only 25 percentage of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural
Employment Guarantee Scheme fund (MGNREGS).
This Distortion is not created by anyone but it is due to better absorbing capacity of the
South. The challenges under MGNREGS will be to improve the absorbing capacity
of the northern States.
Gandhi National Rural Emplyment Gurantee Act) is enated on August 25 2005. It
is previously named as National Rural Employment Guarantee Act 2005. MGNREGA
provides the legal guarantee the right to work for at least 100 days of wage
employment in financial year to adult member of rural household willing to do
unskilled manual work
The Aim of the MGNREGA
is to enhance the livelihood security to the rural areas providing at least 100
days of wage employment in financial year to adult member of rural household
willing to do unskilled manual work.