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- 1 What are the achievements of the Panchayati Raj?
- 2 What are the two problems of Panchayati Raj system?
- 3 What are the achievements and short comings of a Panchayati Raj system?
- 4 What are the demerits of Panchayati Raj Class 10?
- 5 Is panchayati raj successful?
- 6 What are the achievements of local government in India?
What are the achievements of the Panchayati Raj?
The achievements of the Panchayati Raj System are: The District Rural Development Agencies in close cooperation with Zila Parishadas release funds to Gram Panchayats under the Jawahar Gram Samridhi Yojna.
What are the two problems of Panchayati Raj system?
(i) The Panchayati Raj institutions have been suffering from the lack of financial resources which hinder their effective functions. (ii). The elections of Panchayats are held on party lines which results in casteism and political enemity. (iii).
How can we improve Panchayati Raj system?
The Committee recommended that strengthening of panchayats through capacity building and training should be given more encouragement from the centre and state governments. This would enable them to prepare better Gram Panchayat Development Plans, as well as become more responsive towards citizens’ needs.
What are the causes of very low progress of Panchayat Raj system in India?
Answer: 1) The first and major cause of its slow progress is the inadequacy of funds. The inadequacy of funds has stood in the successful working of the Panchayati Raj. 3) Corruption is also a major cause of slow progress of Panchayati Raj working in India.
What are the achievements and short comings of a Panchayati Raj system?
These are as follows. 1) The introduction of local self government has helped to deepen the roots of democracy in India. 2) It has increased the representation of scheduled castes, scheduled tribes and women as well by stipulating reservations for them in elected bodies, thus empowering these sections of the society.
What are the demerits of Panchayati Raj Class 10?
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- Unscientific distribution of functions:
- Incompatible relation between the three-tiers:
- Inadequate finance:
- Lack of cordial relation between officials and people:
- Lack of conceptual clarity:
- Undemocratic composition of various Panchayati Raj institutions:
- Disillusionment on structural-functional front:
What changes came in Panchayat Raj after 73rd Amendment?
Some of the important changes brought about by the 73rd Amendment to the Constitution and the Tamil Nadu Panchayats Act 1994 are listed below: a) Introduction of a three tier system – at the Village, Intermediate (Block) and District levels.
What are the weaknesses of the Panchayati Raj system in Odisha?
The main weaknesses of the Panchayati Raj System are the following:
- Most of the villagers are illiterate.
- The villages do not have the real environment for democracy.
- In most of the villages, the political parties interfere in the working of the Village Panchayats.
Is panchayati raj successful?
Panchayati Raj in India: Are They Really Successful in Participatory Decision-Making? No less than one million women have been elected to the panchayati raj institutions, constituting some 37 per cent of all those elected and rising to as high as 54 per cent in Bihar, which has 50 per cent reservations for women.
What are the achievements of local government in India?
Achievements: (i) Local self governments make it possible for the people at the local level to directly participate in decision making. This helps to inculcate a habit of democratic representation. Thus constitutional status for local government has helped to deepen democracy in our country.