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1. NATIONAL SOCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME(NSAP) : The National Social Assistance Programme(NSAP) which came into effect from 15th August,1995 represents a significant step towards the fulfillment of the Directive Principles in Article 41 of the Constitution. The programme introduced a National Policy for Social Assistance for the poor and aims at ensuring minimum national standard for social assistance in addition to the benefits that states are currently providing or might provide in future. NSAP at present, comprises of Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme (IGNOAPS), Indira Gandhi National Widow Pension Scheme (IGNWPS), Indira Gandhi National Disability Pension Scheme (IGNDPS), National Family Benefit Scheme (NFBS) and Annapurna. *
2. BACKWARD REGION GRANT FUND(BRGF) : The Backward Regions Grant Fund is designed to redress regional imbalances in development. The fund will provide financial resources for supplementing and converging existing developmental inflows into 250 identified districts, so as to:
  1. Bridge critical gaps in local infrastructure and other development requirements that are not being adequately met through existing inflows.
  2. Strengthen, to this end Panchayat and Municipality level governance with more appropriate capacity building, to facilitate participatory planning, decision making, implementation and monitoring, to reflect local felt needs.
  3. Provide professional support to local bodies for planning, implementation and monitoring their plans.
3. RAJIV GANDHI PANCHAYAT SASHAKTIKARAN ABHIYAN(RGPSA) : The Rajiv Gandhi Panchayat Sashaktikaran Abhiyan will strengthen the Panchayati Raj system across the country and address critical gaps that constrain its success.
RGPSA seeks to:
  1. Enhance capacities and effectiveness of Panchayats and the Gram Sabhas
  2. Enable democratic decision-making and accountability in Panchayats and promote people's participation
  3. Strengthen the institutional structure for knowledge creation and capacity building of Panchayats
  4. Promote devolution of powers and responsibilities to Panchayats according to the spirit of the Constitution and PESA Act
  5. Strengthen Gram Sabhas to function effectively as the basic forum of people's participation, transparency and accountability within the Panchayat system
  6. Create and strengthen democratic local self-government in areas where Panchayats do not exist
  7. Strengthen the constitutionally mandated framework on which Panchayats are founded.
4. CENTRAL FINANCE COMMISSION AWARD :As per the Article-280 of the Indian Constitution, the President of India constitutes a Finance Commission with a Chairman and four other members. The main objective of the commission is to recommend the allocation of grants between states. After the passage of the 73rd and 74th Constitution Amendment Acts, the terms of reference of the Finance Commission also includes to recommend measures needed to argument consolidated fund of the state to supplement. The resources of panchayats and municipalities.
5. STATE FINANCE COMMISSION AWARD : Article 243-I and 243-Y- Finance Commission
State Finance Commission
  1. 243-I: The Governor of a State shall, as soon as may be within one year from the commencement of the Constitution (73rd Amendment) Act, 1992, and thereafter at the expiration of every fifth year, constitute a Finance Commission to review the financial position of the Panchayats and to make recommendations to the Governor as to
  2. 243-Y: The Finance Commission constituted under article 243-I shall also review the financial position of the Municipalities and make recommendations to the Governor as to
6. DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT PLAN(DDP) : District Development Plan is the process of preparing an integrated plan for the local govt. sector in a district taking into account natural ,human and financial resources available and covering the sectorial activities and scheme assigned to the district level and below and those implemented through local govt. in a State.
7. SAAKSHAR BHARAT MISSION(SBM) : Twenty years ago, Shri Rajiv Gandhi initiated the National Literacy Mission to import functional literacy to the non Literate adults of India.The outcome of the mission has been that the literacy levels have improved by over 20% but the gap between male and female literacy still continues however at around 20% .This has slowed the pace of women's empowerment and social development. With the learning derived from the National Literacy Mission, Saakshar Bharat Mission was formulated.




1 Prasanta Kr. Mahanta, ACS Chief Executive Officer 9435063315 pkrmahanta2014@gmail.com
2 Utpal Kr. Mishra, AFS Chief Accounts Officer 9864857289  
3 Dilal Uddin Ahmed Junior Engineer (H/Q) 9435209504  
4 Sazzat Hussain Head Assistant 9577412063  
5 Kiran Misra Accountant 9435025664  
6 Basanta Choudhury Senior Assistant 9864394960  
7 Kaddus Ali Junior Assistant 8486891837  
8 Lalan Prasad Junior Assistant 9954727260 lalanprasadbprd@gmail.com
9 Bipul Das Junior Assistant 8876744904  
10 Tahir Hasan Hazarika Junior Assistant 7896037535  
11 Taz Uddin Ahmed GP Secy.(Deputation) 9954321940  
12 Khandakar Hedayeat Ullah Junior Assistant(Casual) 9435241167 hedyut@yahoo.co.in
13 Usha Das Computer Assistant (Contractual) 9864402380
14 Hitesh Das Tax Collector(Deputation) 9864308096  
15 Afsar Ali Junior Assistant,SBM Cell 9954322003 afsarsbm@gmail.com
16 Abdur Rahim District Co-Ordinator, SBM Cell 9435288418 rajarahim07@gmail.com
17 Rima Das District Co-Ordinator, SBM Cell 8721864728  
18 Arzoo Ara Begum District Co-Ordinator, SBM Cell 8876612460  
19 Dwiju Das District Co-Ordinator, SBM Cell 9401066660 dwijudas89@gmail.com
20 Rejaul Basir Addl. Dist. Project Manager, DPMU,RGPSA, Barpeta 9508418654 rejaulbasir@gmail.com
21 Md. Omar Khayyam Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation Officer under BRGF cum SPIO(RTI) 9864477418 mohdok33@gmail.com


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