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Social audit and public hearing under MGNREGA

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 3/7/2021 12:50:44 PM IST

Social Audit Public and Hearing under MGNREGA, Wokha district was held on March 6 at DC conference hall Wokha.

The audit team was led by state resource person, Social Audit Unit (SAU) Nagaland, Imlirenla Sanglir assisted by Village, Block and District Resource persons (VRPs/BRPs/DRPs) fact finding teams- Benchumo Shitiri, Sunepienla, Yanathung and Khrutalu Shijo.

According to DIPR report, during the audit the state resource person, SAU Nagaland Imlirenla Sanglir emphasized on the importance of maintaining documents like master roll, measurement book, job card and cash book properly. She said that the main purpose of social audit was to review the implementation of schemes and to facilitate accountability and transparency. 

VRPs/BRPs/ DRPs presented the findings of village wise report of the social audit.

After proper discussion and deliberation, following rectification measures and instruction were given to the blocks and VDBs for necessary correction. 

EAC (Hq) I. Yentinoungbou, who represented the district administration as independent observer, in his response, stated that the importance of proper implementation of the proposed scheme in the shelf of projects and proper maintenance of records and documents was an essential component to reflect accountability and transparency.

Project director, K. Shekiho Phuleshe explained the importance of social audit and its implication. He further requested all BDOs and VDBs to put in action all the corrective measures and ensure that same mistake was not repeated in future.

During the audit the following resolution were adopted for proper maintenance of records in all the block level. 

As per the resolution, all VDBs should maintain proper documentation and records, Gram Sabha and Rozgar Diwas should be conducted on regular basis and in the event of change of VDB secretary, all documents, records, file job cards muster roll etc should be handed over to the new VDB secretary. VDBs have also been directed to maintain three phase photos in hard copy in their office. 

 

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