Union Minister Giriraj Singh inaugurates Mission Antyodaya Survey 2022-23
Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Minister Giriraj Singh inaugurated the Mission Antyodaya Survey (MAS) 2022-23 in New Delhi on 9 February.
An overview of the news
The Rural Development Department is conducting the Mission Antyodaya survey in all the Gram Panchayats of the country from 2017-18.
Survey will be done in all the 2,69,253 Gram Panchayats whose profiles have been created on e-Gram Swaraj.
Objectives of Mission Antyodaya Survey 2022-23
Through the convergence of various schemes, the outcomes for the lives and livelihood of the people are to be realised.
Support a participatory planning process for Gram Panchayat Development Planning that will improve service delivery, increase citizenship and improve governance at the local level.
To conduct an annual survey at the Gram Panchayat level to monitor the progress of the development process in rural areas.
Preparation of Panchayat wise ranking and gap report on the basis of data collected through survey at Gram Panchayat level.
About ‘Mission Antyodaya’
It was initiated in the Union Budget 2017-18.
It has been brought with the objective of optimum utilisation and management of the resources allocated by 27 Ministries/Departments of the Government of India under various programs for the development of rural areas.
Gram Panchayats have been kept at its focal point.
The Ministry of Panchayati Raj and the Ministry of Rural Development are its nodal agencies.
It aims to eradicate poverty in various dimensions of rural households.
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