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Nodal NGO Scheme: Ministry of Rural Development

Name of the Scheme : Nodal NGO Scheme

Sponsored by : Central Government

The scheme is introduced to reach unserved, under served, backward and unreached areas through “targeted project” mode and to maintain a sound database of credible NGOs in the specified Blocks / Districts.

Beneficiaries : Community,other,

Other Beneficiaries : States/ UTs

Benefit Type : Trainning,

Eligibility criteria :

i. Criteria for selection of Nodal NGOs: Established and credible NGOs with a proven track record in development sector would be selected in each State all over the country: i. On the basis of concerned State Government’s recommendations.

ii. On the basis of CAPART’s own experiences and information.

iii. The Nodal NGO must have a strong presence and good track record in the State.

How to Avail :
Council for Advancement of People’s Action and Rural Technology (CAPART) can be contacted for availing this scheme.

Validity of the Scheme :

Introduced On

Valid Upto
24 / 12 / 2015

Reference URL :

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23 comments to Nodal NGO Scheme: Ministry of Rural Development

  • [...] Nodal NGO Scheme: Ministry of Rural Development [...]

  • snehalatha

    think globally act locally

  • manisha

    Is there any new scheme for rural development related to any course,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    like agriculture, personality development and media.
    If yes then pls inform me abt it on my id

  • kumar vijay

    if there are any new schemes of the ministry related to the NGO's,please be kind enough to inform me about it on my email id-

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  • pundlikrao

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  • if there are any new schemes of the ministry related to the NGO's in Karnataka ,please be kind enough to inform me about it on my email id-

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    1. Name of the organization :BRIGHT EDUCATION SOCIAL SERVICE SOCITY.
    2. Name of the Chief functionary: Mr.M.Ezhil maran.
    3. Type of the organization and legal states: Economic Educational social.
    i. Nature of the organization: Non-Governmental, Secular
    Non-Profit voluntary organization.
    ii. Registered as: The society is registered under Karnataka societies Act of 1960.
    iii. Society’s Registration No: Reg No.14/98/99
    iV. FCRA Registration No with date: Reg No.094570184
    v. Name and address of the Bank: Vyshya Bank,
    Chickballapur Branch,
    Chickballapur Dist,
    vi. Account No: SB/CA (15189) 109010052604
    Vii Income Tax Registration Registration under section 12(a) of the Income Tax 1961 entered at No PAN:AABTB1704F

    4. Address for communication: Bright Education society-BES
    C/o Bright school, Prashanta Nagar
    North ext, Mustor Road,
    Chickballapur Dist,
    Land Phone No:08156-293041.
    Cell: 09901855486, 9481863304,AAAAAA

    I. The organization is working in the area for the past 15 years. The region is reeling under severe drought condition for the past six years hampering agro-economy and allied activities. The main livelihood for farming community is from agriculture and allied activities. The drought situation has created devastating impact on the region and compelling the farmers to migrate to other areas in search of wage labor. The farmers and agricultural laborers do not know or be trained in any trade or skills to cope up with the prevalent situation; and in this critical situation, they could not support their disadvantaged families. After studying the crisis ridden life situation of rural poor, the organization has taken measures to explore funding possibilities to support the families to set up their own income generation units by making them accessible to vocational/skill oriented trades with assistance of funding agencies. So that the organization can impart life skills education to potential youths of the rural poor families to get sustainable income which would create food security for the impoverished families.

    II. Education provides a solid foundation for people to enhance and strengthen the quality of their lives. All citizens deserve and need opportunities to learn, and grow, not just when they are young, but throughout their lives. Having a variety of excellent learning opportunities is essential for a vibrant, adaptive community.
    The purpose of the Education grants program is to enhance the quality of, and access to, education and lifelong learning opportunities for all.

    • Support the development and implementation of educational initiatives that: Contribute to excellence in teaching and learning; foster student citizenship and volunteerism; and strengthen school communities through the participation of students, parents, educators, and the community.

    • Improve educational access and program completion rates for all students, particularly for those facing economic or cultural barriers or with special needs.
    • The principal objective of the programme is to promote open and democratic societies founded on the rule of law and based on a stable political and economic development. In order to learn from the experiences of the Neighbourhood Programme, it has been decided to carry out an independent evaluation. While activities within the programme fall within four different focus areas, the objective of this evaluation is to assess and document the relevance, effectiveness and efficiency of the support given within the specific area of ‘Economic Development’, both at the level of the priority area as a whole and the individual projects.
    • The evaluation is a learning-focused evaluation, which will serve as an input into the ongoing discussions within the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs on how best to promote private sector driven economic growth and employment. It should therefore distil key lessons learned regarding the strategies, approaches and methods used in the Neighborhood Programme.

    • Encourage learners to develop healthy self-esteem including a respectful appreciation of their own and others’ individual, ethnic and cultural identity.
    • Advance educational approaches and facilitate access to enhanced literacy for all age groups Disseminate successful program models, and promote innovation in a specific area of learning.
    • Contribute to the professional growth of educators and the advancement of innovative approaches to learning.
    • Demonstrate collaborative planning, competent financial management and appropriate use of community resources
    Commencement of evening classes:-
    The organization after studying literate rate in the villages, had taken steps to improve literacy rate in the project area. The literacy rate is far below the state average in the area due to socio-economic reasons.
    Free Residential school:-
    The socio-Economic survey revealed that 55 children in the age group of 6-12 could not attend the government school, as their families economic status is very vulnerable and could not support their children’s day-to-day basic needs.

    The organization made arrangements for their rehabilitation by making them access to clothing; nutritious food, health, and education. The organization started a Residential school for these children. Two teachers, wardens and 2 Cooks have been appointed to look after the children’s day-to-day need.
    Community Health Activities:-
    The organization had appointed a graduate nurse to train women Para medical workers cum birth attendants in the villages. 20 Para medical workers cum birth attendants have been trained in Para medical practice to conduct safe deliverers in the villages. The trained paramedical workers are from villages of the project area. After training, they have been supplied with most needed medicines, first aid kit, and other instruments to conduct safe deliveries.

    The main activities of the Para medical workers in the villages are as follows:
     Conducting safe deliveries.
     providing first aid treatment to injured, snakebite cases.
     Dispensation of simple medicines for minor ailments.
     To take care of ante-natal, post-natal, peri-natal and neo-natal cases.
     Ensuring of immunization of children.
     Creation of awareness with regard to personal hygiene, nutrition, oral Rehydration therapy (ORT)
    The staff nurse visits the village to supervise over the activities of village level paramedical workers on regular intervals.
    Formation of women’s association:-
    20 literate and articulate women have been selected from twenty villages of the project area.

    The organization conducted a 20 days orientation training course on rural women’s issues, and various problems they are facing and need for formation of women’s associations for the over all socio-economic development of their families. All the trained women are working as volunteers to constitute 20 women associations in twenty villages of the project area.

    Regular interaction between women and volunteers is going on in the villages. At present they are formulating the aims and objectives of the women’s associations.
    The main focus would be on:
     To formulate 20 women’s associations in 20 villages with clear aims and objectives to be achieved.
     Formation of self-helf groups of women in twenty villages.
     Promotion of credit and thrift management units.
     Promotion of vocational trainings for women to earn at their house holds itself.
     Development and management of natural resources for sustainable agricultural production and allied activities.
     Formation of village level health clubs to prevent communicable diseases and epidemics.
     Protection of childhood rights and eradication of gender disparities and discrimination.
    Promotion of women’s partnership and participation in decision making planning and implementation of developmental activities.
    Area of Interest: Aboriginal Education
    • Priority will be given to proposals that show innovation, a questioning of the status quo, capacity to transform Aboriginal education, and are targeted to expanding the number, knowledge and skill of Aboriginal educators.
    • It is expected that the initiatives will integrate Aboriginal knowledge systems; ensure meaningful involvement and decision-making of Aboriginal community, Elders, parents, educators and learners; and build capacity through collaboration, connection and partnerships that are sustainable.
    • Educational organizations with a demonstrated commitment and capacity for success in Aboriginal education, particularly in communities or regions with high numbers of Aboriginal students, will be given particular consideration.
    The brain behind the success of the educational social service for in nstructive development activities, Mr.M.Ezhil Maran completed his Bsc.DEE, graducation in the year 1984 and joined electrical engineering and company called india telephone industries in 1984 and served there for 12 years as an assistants enginner. Lift the lucrative job to start the bright educational social service society for india. With a sole ambition. With a main objects and definite programme.

    Experience in development work in general:
    In the field of children’s education, community health promotion activities such as preventive and curative aspects, formation of women’s associations, mother and child care, mobilization of rural poor on issues, training to staff, member of village associations, awareness creation on environment,
    non-conventional energy, human and natural resource development HIV\AIDS, small family norms and protection of child hood rights.
    The organization gained experience in the implementation of various people oriented activities.
    Geographical profile:
    Chickballapur Taluk of Chickballapur district is situated in an arid region. The net area sown in the region varies heavily due to erratic and undeterminable rainfall that always varies. This results in the dry land cultivators being unable to predict rains properly and the sown loosing its germination capacity. The temperature in the taluk varies from a maximum of 38 degrees to a minimum 18 degrees Celsius. Since the taluk is approximately elevated meters above mean sea level.
    Socio-economic and living conditions:
    He economic condition of the rural poor in the taluk is such that they are in a position to support their basic needs of their families; the average income of agriculture labour is Rs. 100-150/- per day.

    The agriculture labour/poor peasants get employment about 150 to 180 days in a year. In a family of five members, the per capita income of a person per day is Rs. 7.90ps. The very basis for illiteracy ignorance, low scholastic level, malnourishment, low birth weight infant mortality, and high mortality rate of adults of rural poor is this economics.
    Major characteristics of the project area:
    The area is one of the drought prone in the district; the level of ground water is too low and depleting. The forest cover of the area has been destroyed that it could be said that there is no forest.
    The main source of income for rural poor is from agriculture and quarry work. The people in the area are so poor that they cannot be considered as consumers. The women are worst sufferers since they have to maintain the household and feed inmates. The people want to get out of the situation but they are short of ideas and resources.
    Project Beneficiaries:
    The project beneficiaries one comprising of scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, and economically weaker sections of the society.

    Project goals:
    The overall goals of the project is to develop human and natural resources, safeguard childhood rights, promote women’s participation in decision making regarding self-employment, reproductive health and rights and to promote skills and knowledge through community organization at grass-roots.

    Infrastructure facilities available with the organization:
     Own office building and school
     Residential training center
     Office equipment.
    1. To create a people’s movement in the target area together with the others.
    2. NGO’s and oppressed and marginalized sections of people to create a harmonious society where in people can enjoy all sorts of dignity based on human values.
    3. To help the youth and students through informal means of education to create in them a social and national awareness.
    4. To render money to the remote village people for their hospital expenses and to take care of their medical expenses.
    5. To advocate and sensitive the younger generation and society and create a social awareness about the problem of elderly people.
    6. To provide basic services in the area of health care, recreation, nutrition and income generation.
    7. To help and educate orphans children and old aged people in need and distress and to establish places to meet and development natural love amongst children with a view to nourish personality and the spirit of co-operation.
    8. To provide the basic needs of the inmates like food, dresses and shelter at free of cost.
    9. To educate and upliftment of the orphans to an able path freely struggle on the values.
    10. Rehabilitation of the children by partnering them in their daily struggle to grow off the situation in to the socially contributing and sacrificing independent people.
    11. To build up a powerful movement capable of challenging those situations that leave the orphans and old aged abandoned on their way.
    13. To organize and manage centre for the physically, socially handicapped and mettally retarded in the community, by way of the establishing Hall-way homes, Day care centre’s vocational training centre’s etc.
     Free Residential school:-
    The socio-Economic survey revealed that 55 children in the age group of 6-12 could not attend the government school, as their families economic status is very vulnerable and could not support their children’s day-to-day basic needs. The organization made arrangements for their rehabilitation by making them access to clothing; nutritious food, health, and education.

    The organization started a Residential school for these children. Two teachers, wardens and 2 Cooks have been appointed to look after the children’s day-to-day need.
    Awareness programs:-
    a. Human and Natural Resources Development and management:-
    The organization had taken necessary education measures to protect natural resources, Which are diminishing at an alarming rate.
    The rural economic such as denudation of forests cover. Extinction of flora, fauna and bio-mass, depletion of ground water, top soil erosion, breaching and siltation of traditional water harvesting structures, breaching and siltation of traditional water harvesting structures, encroachment into grazing lands, and exploitation of sand deposits in the rivers. The above situation has severely hampered agro-economy and allied activities resulting in frequent drought condition. The majority population in rural areas depends on agricultures and allied activities. Now the farmers and rural labor families are facing unemployment. Resulting in insecurity.

    Bearing in mind the above crisis, the organization has taken steps to create greater awareness among the rural inhabitants to protect and develop their natural resources by taking remedial measures such as rain water conservation in the dried up wells, diversion of rain water to desilted farm ponds, plugging of gullies to control top soil erosion by putting contour bounding all across the slopes.
    HIV/AIDS Awareness program:-
    It has come to light that some people have been suffering from genital infections and other symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases. When ever the staff nurses visits the villages the paramedical workers have been reporting to the nurse that some patients are suffering from suspected symptoms STDs.
    The patients suspected of having infection of STDs. Have been sent to hospital laboratories to get their blood tested. The reports revealed that 56 patients, and skin diseases.
    It has been suspected that some of vulnerable section in the villages may be having HIV/AIDS and SIT infection. The patients with symptoms of STDs would not reveal their sickness bearing ostracization from the members of their family and village community. The patients with STD infection have been supported with medical expenses to get complete cure.
    The organization, keeping in the view prevalent situation of vulnerability to STDs and HIV/AIDS, planned to organize STD, HIV/AIDS awareness camps in the villages. The para medical workers have been trained in HIV/AIDS awareness to educate the rural population with regard to spread of HIV?AIDS epidemic through sexual intercourse, blood transfusion, use of sterilized needles, blades etc., the para medical workers along with the staff nurse have had organized 20 HIV/AIDS awareness camps in the villages in order to educate the people not to have sex with strangers, to avoid unsafe sex and to use condoms and to take preventive measures to control and combat the further spread of HIV/AIDS epidemic.
    Awareness Camps on water and Air borne diseases:
    Polluted environmental sanitation and unhygienic surroundings of sources of drinking water bore wells in the villages are causing health hazards among the people. 15 to 28% percent of each villages population would suffer from water borne infections such as hepatitis-A, typhoid, diarrhea, respiratory tract infection and other skin diseases.

    Series of meeting have been conducted in the village to educate the people to get rid of water borne infections. After long course of interaction with the people, under the leadership of community of leaders, volunteers took up the responsibility to cleanse the heaps of decomposing garbage, repair of drinking water bore well plot forms, and diversion of stagnated water to drainage.

    The villagers unanimously resolved to keep clean their surroundings of households and protect drinking water from contamination.
    Environment Awareness Programs:-
    Environment awareness program had taken place when the water and air borne diseases were tackled in the project area.
    It was decided that each family should raise at least two trees in front of their households and raise kitchen garden by reusing the wastewater disposed out of households. Avenue tree plantation program was initiated during rainy season of July 2004.
    The villagers planted 2678 plants on either side of approach roads leading to the main roads.

    Organization planed to implement these programme in a action through the financial support.
    “We can do no great things; only small things with great love.” —Mother Teresa.
    Food: Imagine seeing your children slowly starving… and having nothing to feed them. For countless destitute families, this is a grim reality.

    Your gift today will bring lifesaving food to hungry children and their families.
    Housing: For the poorest of the poor, “home” might be little more than a few sticks, mud, and scraps of plastic or metal.

    Your gift for housing will help provide a family with a safe, basic home and restore their human dignity.
    Water : Clean, safe drinking water is essential for life. In developing countries, access to safe drinking water can be limited, often resulting in serious illnesses and death. Your gift will help provide lifesaving water to those lacking clean drinking water and sanitation.

    Medical Care : In developing countries, hospitals and clinics often lack the most basic equipment and supplies to treat patients. Doctors and nurses often stand by helplessly, unable to administer lifesaving aid.

    Your gift can help provide items ranging from basic anti-diarrhea medicine to advanced medical equipment.
    Education : Unlike in the United States, education in developing countries is not free. Parents must pay for uniforms, books, school supplies and other necessities. Children too poor to attend school are often sent to work on the streets, and so a lack of education reinforces the vicious cycle of poverty. Your gift for education can help break that cycle and will benefit a child for a lifetime.

    Micro-Enterprise Development : Often, poor families are trapped in poverty because they have no viable means of earning income. What better way to help improve lives than to give a village the means to sustain itself economically? Your gift for a self-sustaining project will have a profound and lasting effect in the lives of those you help.
    The thrust areas of the department are as follows:
    a. Democratic Decentralization (Gram Swaraj)
    b. Poverty alleviation (Self Employment Programme)
    National Rural Livelihood Mission
    Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act.
    c. Western Ghats Development Programme.
    d. Rural infrastructure
    Development of Rural Roads
    Rural water supply
    Rural sanitation
    e. Rural Energy
    National programme for Bio Gas Development
    Solar programme
    f. Suvarna Gramodaya Yojane.
    The empanelment is for partnerships with organizations in the areas of:
    I. Gram swaraj:- to conduct evaluation/concurrent study/ies of panchayat raj institutions
    II. Self employment programme.
    III. National rural liveihood mission:- to conduct base line survey of SHGs; for social mobilization; training of youth; institution building; livelihood interventions
    IV. Mahatma Gandi National rural Employment Guarantee Act:- to conduct IEC activities and social audit.
    V. Western Ghats Development Programme :- to conduct evaluation studies.
    I. Development of Rural Roads- to conduct Trainings.
    II. Rural water supply- to conduct surveys for coverage, sustainability & water quality; to conduct trainings for water quality testing/operation & maintenance.
    III. Rural sanitation :- to conduct IEC activities on creation of awareness for hygiene and adoption of pay and use culture.
    Rural energy:-
    I. National programme for Bio Gas Development:- for the construction of Bio Gas plants; Training; Evaluation studies.
    II. Village lightning (solar)- for installation and electrification.
    Suvarna Gramodaya yojane- to conduct Trainings and to prepare perspective and annual action plans.
    Others- surveillance work and inspection on rural development schemes.

    Pre-qualification criteria:
    1. The organization must be a legal entity, i.e. a registred NGO working in the state of karnataka at least the last five years with strong presence and good track record in the state(submit certified copy).
    2. Necessary infrastructure and manpower support with transparent, responsible and decentralized structure minimum of 10-15 staff (listing of the same to be attached with the proposal)
    3. Experience of work relating to public participation and/or school outreach programs/advocacy and other related issues of rural development for the last at least 5 years. The area of work of the organization must include; livelihood, social mobilization, education, skill development, social communication.
    4. List of clients for whom similar work was undertaken in the last five years in Karnataka.
    5. The organization should have a budget of at least Rs.25 lakhs per annum.

    Human resource development available:
    Resource persons to train grassroots level organizers, NGOS, and development works.



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