R Elango-Made in India- EnterprisingINDIA 11

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BUILDING ROLE MODELS Need of the hour:

BUILDING ROLE MODELS Need of the hour Kuthambakkam development model

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Kuthambakkam demographic details:

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Kuthambakkam in 1996 (Before new panchayat) Communal disharmony Poor basic infrastructure- (water, sanitation, roads, street lights, schools, etc.,) Unemployment Livelihood insecurity Illicit arrack brewing and liquor menace Violence against women and children

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Kuthambakkam panchayat Initiatives (After New panchayat assumed power): Grass root level planning Vibrant gram sabha Community mobilization Livelihoods based on local resources Employment creation through panchayat activities Housing for all SHG formation People’s participation in Gram sabha

IT Initiatives:

IT Initiatives Computerised data on Family details Consumption details Panchayat properties Marginalised and ultra poor Preparation of five year plan Creation of Website: www.modelvillageindia.org.in Establishing a village knowledge center Support to the initiatives of the Human Resource development center

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Bottom-up developmental approach Participatory approach Owning the developmental process with equity NIL

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Success in infrastructure building Roads Worksheds Drainages Schools Hospitals

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Success in infrastructure building Canals, water bodies & drinking water

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Samathuvapuram Caste – curse on our community/country

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Housing for all Innovative, cost effective, building technologies for Women Lived in a Hut Living in a dignified innovative house

Livelihood initiatives … Network growth economy:

Livelihood initiatives … Network growth economy Strengthening Village economy through Network Growth Economy Nucleus village Network village #1 Network village #3 Network village #2 Network village #4 Network village #5 Network Village Economy - self-sustaining economy zone Surplus production sold out to urban areas

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Village industries Food items Rice mills Paddy processing units Tur Dal (Yellow pulses) mill Oil mill Bakery items Confectionery products Flour mill Miscellaneous items. (e.g. Pickles, papad , masalas etc ) Milk processing Tea packaging / coffee processing Iodized Salt Vegetables Construction materials Brick manufacturing units (VSBK) Painting materials Plastic recycling units for production of road rep airing materials Tiles Mud Blocks Pre cast materials/ cement water tanks Cosmetic & Toilet items Bathing Soaps Washing Soaps/ Detergent Tooth paste/ Tooth powder Shampoo/ Shaving cream Hair oils

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Other items Tailoring Cloth processing e.g. pillow covers, bed sheets etc Candles, Incense Paper recycling units Cattle feed Electrical gadget School Note books School bags/ shopping bags Compost from waste organic Food Processing (Jams, squash etc ) Furniture, carpenter Ornaments (Silver & gold) Utencils Plastic products Plastic recycling Battery Production units Service Industries Transport operators for raw / finish goods Electric repairs Auto repairs Taxi services Internet café/STD shop Trading shops (3 per village) Village industries

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Training to SHG Women Participation in GramSabha Thoor Dhal unit Village women fixing covers for CFL Lamps Metal pressing unit Jute bags and tailoring unit Village industries pilot activities

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Self sufficiency & Gram Swaraj Kuthambakkam is approaching self sufficiency in Infrastructure Water Housing Agriculture Education livelihood India lives in its six lac villages Rebuiling India through village reconstruction – Gram swaraj - “MK Gandhi”

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When it is possible in Kuthambakkam why not in other villages? Kuthambakkam Networking of villages

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Panchayat academy Continue strengthening panchayats by sharing and learning best practices among panchayats - To enable them to function as Local Self Governments

Need of the hour:

Need of the hour India is huge, everything is larger. Decentralize. If these models are worked on for next 10 years, by 2020, Tamilnadu will have 2000 self reliant model villages India will have at least 20000 and……these villages will be the critical mass The prime factors that India can bank on for this revolution are Youth numbers Youth power Youth commitment

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How I see youth? ...its not the end of a seed but the beginning of a tree… Youth are the Seeds of the nation prepared to bury themselves & germinate

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We vote, We govern Enormous space & potential for youth not only in science, technology, IT but in politics too…. ...if at all we want the country to change.

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The warmth and glow of development should be felt by the common man and the poor. When the energy of the poor, the neglected and the marginalized joins the youth power, India will taste the real ‘SWARAJ’