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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Egalitarianism - a trend of mind which favors Equality in every sort

If every one is born equal…. then why there’s discrimination between- rich and poor, rural and urban, man and women etc…Why the rights are made unapproachable for the poor and discriminated people…The law guarantees rights for all…despite of any discrimination ….but still there is inequality….discrimination…The discriminated class people are subjected to cruelty by the dominating class of people…The discriminated class of people hardly get any chance to enjoy their rights, dignified and free life….
The human made division of people in class is just a method opted by the Politicians for getting votes and nothing else….
Equality always results in the development….The nation cannot be developed unless the opportunities of development are made approachable for the poor and needy people….The nation can only be developed when the poor or the needy people get benefited ……Lets work for upliftment and empowerment of the needy people…...
Lets work for bringing Equality in the Society…


The 73rd Constitution (Amendment) Act 1993 of India has facilitated a ground breaking process of deepening democratization in the country. The Amendment envisions a larger, and vibrant role for Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) as institutions of local governance to promote economic development and social justice. Subsequently, both the Central government and state governments have taken measures in varying degree to enable PRIs to discharge their constitutional mandate. The Planning Commission of India in the Eleventh Five Year Plan has also highlighted that empowering PRIs, and involving them as the primary means of delivery of essential services are critical to ensure inclusive growth.

PRIs need adequate capacity building support to effectively discharge their assigned roles and responsibilities as institutions of local self governance. Appropriate training of PRI representatives given in time is one of the crucial components of capacity building process. The issue of training has been discussed and debated intensively on various forums. The Seventh Round Table of State Ministers of Panchayati Raj held at Jaipur in December 2004 adopted several action points on training of PRI representatives. Similarly, the Fifteenth Anniversary Charter on Panchayati Raj adopted in April 2008 by PRI representatives from all over the country demanded that panchayat representatives and officials should be provided sustained and high quality training through a system that fulfils their own training needs.
Acknowledging the importance of drafting state specific training and capacity building framework, the National Capability Building Framework (NCBF) designed by MoPR, has also suggested state governments to undertake state-wide training needs assessment of PRI representatives.