District Water Management Agency
The National Rural Employment Guarantee Act 2005 (NREGA) is a social security scheme that attempts to provide employment and livelihood to rural labourers in the country. In an effort to make inclusive and overall development a reality, the NREGA was passed as a labour law and implemented across 200 districts in 2006. By 2008, it came to cover the entire country. The scheme was designed to provide any adult who registers for rural employment a minimum job guarantee of 100 days each financial year. This includes non-skilled work, making it one-of-its-kind across the world. It was later renamed the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA). The MGNREGA is an entitlement to work that every adult citizen holds. In case such employment is not provided within 15 days of registration, the applicant becomes eligible for an unemployment allowance.
Works Taken up under MGNREGS
- Land leveling works
- Plantation works
- Asset Oriented works like (SWPC, IHHLs, NADEP compost pits, Soak pits, Village parks, Burial Grounds, CC roads (with convergence), GP Buildings, Mandal Buildings, Silk warm raring sheds, Check dams, Horticulture Plantation & Avenue plantation. Roof Water Harvesting Structure, Recharge Bore well structure.
- Present the Central Government has taken up the programme ofJal Shakthi Abhiyaan on war foot basis. The JSA programme main concept is to harvesting water and to increase Ground water levels.