Mahalir Thittam - Profile

 
Mahalir Thitam

 

Mahalir Thittam is a socio – economic empowerment programme for women  implemented by Tamil Nadu Corporation for Development of Women Ltd. Mahalir Thittam is based on Self Help Group (SHG) approach and is implemented in partnership with Non Governmental Organizations’ (NGOs) and Community based organizations. The SHG approach was started in a small way in Dharmapuri district in the year 1989 with the assistance of International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). Later the scheme was extended to the erstwhile Salem and South Arcot districts in the year 1991-1992 and further extended to Madurai and Ramanathapuram in the year 1992-1993. Following the success of the IFAD project, Mahalir Thittam project was launched with State. Today; the SHG movement is a very vibrant movement spread across all districts of the State with nearly 69,91,000 women as members. As on 31.03.2010, there are 4,41,311 SHGs with a total savings of Rs.2558 crores.    In Perambalur district the scheme was extended during 1999-2000 nearly 4016 SHGs were formed with 64925 women as member’s with a total savings Rs.952.40 Lakhs as if now.

 

Details of SHGs as on 31.03.2010

 

No. of SHGs

4016

No. of SHG members

64925

No. of Rural SHGs

3405

No. of Rural SHG members

55601

No. of Urban SHG

611

No. of Urban SHG members

9324

Total Savings

952.40 Lakhs

 

Block Wise SHGs Details

 

Sl. No

Name of the Block

Rural

Urban

Total

SHG

Members

SHG

Members

SHG

Members

1

Perambalur

601

10152

344

4448

945

14600

2

Alathur

707

11321

---

---

707

11321

3

1071

17760

230

4247

1301

22007

4

Veppur

1026

16368

37

629

1063

16997

 

Total

3405

55601

611

9324

4016

64925

 

 

 

1. Non governmental organization (NGO):

 

Mahalir Thittam is implemented in partnership with NGOs who help in formation of SHGs, provide training and monitor them. The NGOs are given funds for providing the above services. Interested NGOs are affiliated as partners with Mahalir Thittam if they satisfy the norms for affiliation.

 

In Perambalur District 7 Ngo’s are affiliated with Mahalir Thittam ACCT, LEAD,        SUBIKSHA,  PSSS, SVB,  DMI, WVI with the help of these NGOs Mahalir Thittam Perambalur being implement formation of SHGs, capacity building and linkage with bank’s, ect.

 

 

 

2.Capacity Building :

 

The hallmark of the SHGs promoted by Mahalir Thittam is the systematic training provided to the SHG members and the office bearers. This capacity building brings about qualitative changes in the attitude of the women and promotes cohesion and effective functioning of the group.

All the SHG members are imparted training in 4 modules for 4 days to orient them to the SHG concept. The office bearers of the SHGs (Animator and Representative) are given training in 3 modules for 6 days. This training enhances the leadership quality, team building spirit and capacity to maintain books of accounts.  In addition, SHG members who are interested in starting economic activities or develop skills to get self employment are provided skill training.  The skill training includes a 5 day capsule on entrepreneurial development.

 

 

 

3.Credit  Rating and Linkage:

 

 

The SHGs that complete 6 months become eligible for credit rating. Credit rating is a bench marking  exercise to grade the group and ascertain its credit worthiness.  The credit rating committee consists of an Assistant the Panchayat level federation (PLF) of the SHGs, one representative from the PLF has been included in the credit rating committee. Regularity of savings, frequency of meetings, proper maintenance of registers, internal loaning and repayment are some of the key parameters for rating of groups.  The successfully credit rated SHGs, become eligible for credit linkage.  They are given revolving fund through schemes like SGSY, TAHDCO or directly  provided loans by banks.  

 

The  groups also undergo a second credit rating after the lapse of another six months to ascertain their readiness and suitability to undertake an economic activity.  The groups which pass the second credit rating are provided financial assistance to start an economic activity through SGSY / TAHDCO schemes along with  Bank funding.

 

In Perambalur district as on 31.03.2009, the total amount of Bank loans disbursed to SHGs from 5583 is Rs.44.44 crores.  For the current year credit linkage a target of Rs.18 crores has been fixed for Perambalur district and the achievement so for 1037 SHGs Rs.8.51  crores.

 

4.Revolving Fund to Urban SHGs:

 

After the groups in rural areas pass the first credit rating, Revolving Fund (RF) subsidy of Rs.10,000/- is provided under Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) to facilitate credit linkage with the banks. In addition to the subsidy given by the Government, the Banks provide cash credit upto Rs.50,000/- per group.  The RF subsidy was not available to SHGs in urban areas which restricted their access to credit from Banks.  Therefore the Government announced a scheme to provide RF subsidy to urban groups from 2006.  In Perambalur district from the 2006-07 to 2009-10 63.30 lakhs have already been provided to give RF subsidy to 633  urban SHGs.  In 2010-11 the Government have decided to provide RF subsidy to all the eligible Mahalir Thittam SHGs.  

 

Sl. No

Period

No. of

Groups

Amount

(in lakhs)

1

2006-07

50

5.00

2

2007-08

350

35.00

3

2008-09

123

12.30

4

2009-10

110

11.00

5

2010-11 (as on date)

40

4.00

 

Total

673

67.30

 

 

5.Panchayat Level Federation (PLF):

 

In Mahalir Thittam, federations of  SHGs are formed at Village Panchayat Level called Panchayat Level Federation (PLF).  These federations, by pooling in talent and resources and exploiting economies of scale in production and marketing, can benefit member SHGs immensely.  They can also guide and monitor functioning of SHGs in all Village Panchayates and strengthening them is the key for ensuring sustainability and      Self  reliance of SGHs.  From 2006-07, the Government of Tamil Nadu have been taking various initiatives to strengthen the PLFs.

 

 

·           81  well – functioning PLFs have been provided seed money of  

                            Rs.10,000/- each.

·           To   strengthen   the  unity   and   team   spirit,   cultural    competitions  

       were  organized among PLFs at Block and district levels. 5.53

       lakhs    were     sanctioned    for the  year  2007 – 08  and  2008 – 09 for

       conduct  of  these  competitions  which  drew  overwhelming response

       from SHG members.

·          Manimegalai awards are presented to the best PLFs at State and district levels in order to motivate them.

·          PLF representative has been included as a member of credit rating team.

·          Two representatives from PLF have been included in the payment committee for NREGA  Scheme.

·          One PLF representative has been proposed for inclusion in the committee for selection of Samathuvapuram beneficiaries.

·          PLF certification has been made mandatory; for processing NGO claims for new group formation, monitoring and training.

·          Well-functioning PLFs are affiliated under Mahalir Thittam on par with NGOs for formation of new SHGs, monitoring etc.

·          Registration of all SHGs, formed by the NGOs with the PLF has been included as covenant in the new NGO agreement.

·          Government have issued orders vide G.O.(Ms) No.125 Dt:21.07.2008 to restructure PLFs to make them inclusive and more democratic and participatory in functioning. In order to give legal status and access to institutional credit to PLFs, orders have been issued to register them under Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, 1975.

·          During the year 2008–09 5 pilot PLFs have been restructured like 1.kaarai, 2.olaipadi, 3.anukkur, 4.thennor, 5.melapuliyur.

·          In the year 2009–10 16 panchayats have been taken up for PLFs restructuring, 16 PLFs were restructured.

·          In the year 2010-11, each quarter 12 Panchayat total 48 Panchayat have been taken up for PLF restructuring, till date 24 PLF were restructured out of 48 PLFs.


 

The Following PLF were Restructured:

 

Sl. No

Name of the Block

 

Name of the Panchayat

Remarks

1

Perambalur

1

Melapuliyur

Pilot Basis

For 2008-09

2

Alathur

2

Kaarai

3

Alathur

3

Thenur

4

4

Anukkur

5

Veppur

5

Olaipadi

6

Perambalur

1

Vadakkumadavi

1st  Quarter

For 2009-10

7

Alathur

2

Irur

8

3

Thevaiyur

9

Veppur

4

Agaram Sigur

10

Perambalur

1

Kalpadi

2nd  Quarter

For 2009-10

11

Alathur

2

Chettikulam

12

3

Annamangalam

13

Veppur

4

Vadakkalur

14

Perambalur

1

Ammapalayam

3rd  Quarter

For 2009-10

15

Alathur

2

Nakkaselam

16

3

Pandagapadi

17

Veppur

4

Kadur

18

Perambalur

1

Vellur

4th   Quarter

For 2009-10

19

Alathur

2

Kollakkanatham

20

3

Pimbalur

21

Veppur

4

Sithali

22

Perambalur

1

Esannai

1st Quarter

For 2010-11

23

Perambalur

2

Sengunam

24

Perambalur

3

Elambalur

25

Alathur

4

Kudalur

26

Alathur

5

Kolathur

27

Alathur

6

Notchikulam

28

7

Vengalam

29

8

Venbavur

30

9

Biramadesam

31

Veppur

10

Adhuthrai

32

Veppur

11

Perali

33

Veppur

12

Elumur

34

Perambalur

1

Chathiramani

2nd  Quarter

For 2010-11

35

Perambalur

2

Siruvachur

36

Perambalur

3

Ladapuram

37

Alathur

4

Mavailngai

38

Alathur

5

Therani

39

Alathur

6

Naranamangalam

40

7

Thiruvalandurai

41

8

Thondapadi

42

9

Malayalapatti

43

Veppur

10

Keelaperambalur

44

Veppur

11

Kunnam

45

Veppur

12

Andhur

 

PLFs those  who have completed six months and pass grading successfully will be awarded Rs.1 Lakh incentive to each PLF. Pilot, 1st Quarter and 2nd Quarter PLF were received incentive each Rs.1 Lakh.

 

6.Skill Training for Youth:

 

Given the popularity of the State as an industrial investment destination, there is huge demand for skilled manpower in manufacturing and services sector. By providing relevant skill training, unemployed youth can be productively; engaged benefiting the society as well as the individual.  With this objective in mind, Mahalir Thittam,  Perambalur has imparted skill training to 517 youth through reputed industrial training institutions like TRECH STEP Trichy, SIT Trichy, TVS Madurai, PSTS  Chennai, National ITI and Jeyram Infotech, Perambalur among others.

 

Sl. No

Name of the Institution

Name of the Trade

Year wise training and Placement Details

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

Trained

Placement

Trained

Placement

Trained

Placement

Trained

Placement

Training on going

Placement

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

[7]

[8]

[9]

[10]

[11]

[12]

[13]

1

Trec- Step, Trichy

A/c Mechanic

10

5

9

0

15

15

14

14

0

0

Computer H/W

10

2

0

0

22

21

6

6

0

0

Electrician

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

SIT, Trichy

A/c Mechanic

0

0

0

0

15

0

0

0

0

0

ARC Welding

19

19

25

25

20

0

0

0

0

0

JCP

13

0

10

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

CNC

10

10

20

19

15

0

0

0

0

0

3

State Institute of Hotel Management, Trichy

Waiter

6

6

5

5

3

2

0

0

0

0

Kitchen stewarding

4

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Bakery

13

13

6

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

ATDC,

Perambalur

Garments construction course

0

0

0

0

0

0

60

28

25

0

5

TVS Training Centre,  Madurai

Automobile Repair & Maintenance

0

0

0

0

0

0

7

3

0

0

6

PSTS, Chennai

Crane Operation

0

0

0

0

0

0

25

20

0

0

7

National ITI, Perambalur

Masonry

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

60

0

8

Jeyram Infotech,

Perambalur

Desktop operator

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

30

0

9

Multimedia

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

30

0

10

IL&FS Training centre,

Siruganur

Welding

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

3

 

 

 

90

58

75

64

90

38

112

71

150

3

 

 

 

7. Manimegalai Awards:

 

To encourage well-functioning SHGs and PLFs, the Government had announced Manimegalai awards at State and district levels.  Awards are presented to 5 best PLFs and 10 best SHGs at the State level.   One PLF selected as best at the district level and 3 SHFs found to be the best at the district level are given Manimegalai awards and the best SHG at the Block level is given a certificate.  The awards were presented for the year 2006–07, September 2007 and 2007 – 08 in November 2008 and 2008-09 in February 2010 have been instrumental in motivation the SHGs and PLFs to strive for better performance.

 

Manimegalai Awardees List

 

District Level

 

Sl. No

Year

Details

1

2006-07

Olaipadi PLF

Meenakshi SHG, Irur, Alathur Block

Pothigai SHG, Valikandapuram

Block

2

2007-08

Poonkuzhali SHG,Agaram Sigur Post,

Veppur Block

Metro SHG, Annamangalam

Block

3

2008-09

Vadakkalur PLF

Sri Devi SHG, Poolambadi

Block

Sigapu Roja SHG, Kadur,

Veppur Block

Kurinchi Malar SHG, Keelaperambalur

Veppur Block

 

 

 

Block Level

 

Sl. No

Year

Details

1

2006-07

Dr. Ambethkar SHG, Veppur Post,

Veppur Block

Annai Threasa SHG, Therani Post,

Alathur Block

Manoranjitham SHG,  Esanai Post,

Perambalur Dist

Vaigai SHG, Pandagapadi

Block

2

2008-09

Ediyanila SHG, Vayalur

Veppur Block

Samangai SHG, Karai

Alathur Block

Elavenir SHG, Vadakkumathavi

Perambalur Block

December SHG, Venbavur,

Block

 

 

8.Cultural Competitions:

 

To strengthen unity and team spirit, cultural competitions are organized among SHG members at Block and District levels Rs.3.40 lakhs was sanctioned for the year 2007 – 08, 2008 – 09 Rs.2.13 lakhs and 2009-10 Rs.2.13 Lakhs per year for conduct of these competitions and it drew overwhelming response for SHG members.  The competitions have been conducted during November – December  in the current year.

 

9.ID Cards to SHGs:

 

To help SHGs gain recognition and also easy access to government officers and Banks, ID cards are proposed to be issued to all Mahalir Thittam SHGs.  In our Perambalur district 1298 Cards printed and same were distributed to SHGs  Grama Saba Day on  26th January 2010.

 

MAHALIR THITTAM, PERAMBALUR DISTRICT

 

 
Mahalir Thitam

 

Mahalir Thittam is a socio – economic empowerment programme for women  implemented by Tamil Nadu Corporation for Development of Women Ltd. Mahalir Thittam is based on Self Help Group (SHG) approach and is implemented in partnership with Non Governmental Organizations’ (NGOs) and Community based organizations. The SHG approach was started in a small way in Dharmapuri district in the year 1989 with the assistance of International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). Later the scheme was extended to the erstwhile Salem and South Arcot districts in the year 1991-1992 and further extended to Madurai and Ramanathapuram in the year 1992-1993. Following the success of the IFAD project, Mahalir Thittam project was launched with State. Today; the SHG movement is a very vibrant movement spread across all districts of the State with nearly 69,91,000 women as members. As on 31.03.2010, there are 4,41,311 SHGs with a total savings of Rs.2558 crores.    In Perambalur district the scheme was extended during 1999-2000 nearly 4016 SHGs were formed with 64925 women as member’s with a total savings Rs.952.40 Lakhs as if now.

 

Details of SHGs as on 31.03.2010

 

No. of SHGs

4016

No. of SHG members

64925

No. of Rural SHGs

3405

No. of Rural SHG members

55601

No. of Urban SHG

611

No. of Urban SHG members

9324

Total Savings

952.40 Lakhs

 

Block Wise SHGs Details

 

Sl. No

Name of the Block

Rural

Urban

Total

SHG

Members

SHG

Members

SHG

Members

1

Perambalur

601

10152

344

4448

945

14600

2

Alathur

707

11321

---

---

707

11321

3

1071

17760

230

4247

1301

22007

4

Veppur

1026

16368

37

629

1063

16997

 

Total

3405

55601

611

9324

4016

64925

 

 

 

1. Non governmental organization (NGO):

 

Mahalir Thittam is implemented in partnership with NGOs who help in formation of SHGs, provide training and monitor them. The NGOs are given funds for providing the above services. Interested NGOs are affiliated as partners with Mahalir Thittam if they satisfy the norms for affiliation.

 

In Perambalur District 7 Ngo’s are affiliated with Mahalir Thittam ACCT, LEAD,        SUBIKSHA,  PSSS, SVB,  DMI, WVI with the help of these NGOs Mahalir Thittam Perambalur being implement formation of SHGs, capacity building and linkage with bank’s, ect.

 

 

 

2.Capacity Building :

 

The hallmark of the SHGs promoted by Mahalir Thittam is the systematic training provided to the SHG members and the office bearers. This capacity building brings about qualitative changes in the attitude of the women and promotes cohesion and effective functioning of the group.

All the SHG members are imparted training in 4 modules for 4 days to orient them to the SHG concept. The office bearers of the SHGs (Animator and Representative) are given training in 3 modules for 6 days. This training enhances the leadership quality, team building spirit and capacity to maintain books of accounts.  In addition, SHG members who are interested in starting economic activities or develop skills to get self employment are provided skill training.  The skill training includes a 5 day capsule on entrepreneurial development.

 

 

 

3.Credit  Rating and Linkage:

 

 

The SHGs that complete 6 months become eligible for credit rating. Credit rating is a bench marking  exercise to grade the group and ascertain its credit worthiness.  The credit rating committee consists of an Assistant the Panchayat level federation (PLF) of the SHGs, one representative from the PLF has been included in the credit rating committee. Regularity of savings, frequency of meetings, proper maintenance of registers, internal loaning and repayment are some of the key parameters for rating of groups.  The successfully credit rated SHGs, become eligible for credit linkage.  They are given revolving fund through schemes like SGSY, TAHDCO or directly  provided loans by banks.  

 

The  groups also undergo a second credit rating after the lapse of another six months to ascertain their readiness and suitability to undertake an economic activity.  The groups which pass the second credit rating are provided financial assistance to start an economic activity through SGSY / TAHDCO schemes along with  Bank funding.

 

In Perambalur district as on 31.03.2009, the total amount of Bank loans disbursed to SHGs from 5583 is Rs.44.44 crores.  For the current year credit linkage a target of Rs.18 crores has been fixed for Perambalur district and the achievement so for 1037 SHGs Rs.8.51  crores.

 

4.Revolving Fund to Urban SHGs:

 

After the groups in rural areas pass the first credit rating, Revolving Fund (RF) subsidy of Rs.10,000/- is provided under Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) to facilitate credit linkage with the banks. In addition to the subsidy given by the Government, the Banks provide cash credit upto Rs.50,000/- per group.  The RF subsidy was not available to SHGs in urban areas which restricted their access to credit from Banks.  Therefore the Government announced a scheme to provide RF subsidy to urban groups from 2006.  In Perambalur district from the 2006-07 to 2009-10 63.30 lakhs have already been provided to give RF subsidy to 633  urban SHGs.  In 2010-11 the Government have decided to provide RF subsidy to all the eligible Mahalir Thittam SHGs.  

 

Sl. No

Period

No. of

Groups

Amount

(in lakhs)

1

2006-07

50

5.00

2

2007-08

350

35.00

3

2008-09

123

12.30

4

2009-10

110

11.00

5

2010-11 (as on date)

40

4.00

 

Total

673

67.30

 

 

5.Panchayat Level Federation (PLF):

 

In Mahalir Thittam, federations of  SHGs are formed at Village Panchayat Level called Panchayat Level Federation (PLF).  These federations, by pooling in talent and resources and exploiting economies of scale in production and marketing, can benefit member SHGs immensely.  They can also guide and monitor functioning of SHGs in all Village Panchayates and strengthening them is the key for ensuring sustainability and      Self  reliance of SGHs.  From 2006-07, the Government of Tamil Nadu have been taking various initiatives to strengthen the PLFs.

 

 

·           81  well – functioning PLFs have been provided seed money of  

                            Rs.10,000/- each.

·           To   strengthen   the  unity   and   team   spirit,   cultural    competitions  

       were  organized among PLFs at Block and district levels. 5.53

       lakhs    were     sanctioned    for the  year  2007 – 08  and  2008 – 09 for

       conduct  of  these  competitions  which  drew  overwhelming response

       from SHG members.

·          Manimegalai awards are presented to the best PLFs at State and district levels in order to motivate them.

·          PLF representative has been included as a member of credit rating team.

·          Two representatives from PLF have been included in the payment committee for NREGA  Scheme.

·          One PLF representative has been proposed for inclusion in the committee for selection of Samathuvapuram beneficiaries.

·          PLF certification has been made mandatory; for processing NGO claims for new group formation, monitoring and training.

·          Well-functioning PLFs are affiliated under Mahalir Thittam on par with NGOs for formation of new SHGs, monitoring etc.

·          Registration of all SHGs, formed by the NGOs with the PLF has been included as covenant in the new NGO agreement.

·          Government have issued orders vide G.O.(Ms) No.125 Dt:21.07.2008 to restructure PLFs to make them inclusive and more democratic and participatory in functioning. In order to give legal status and access to institutional credit to PLFs, orders have been issued to register them under Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, 1975.

·          During the year 2008–09 5 pilot PLFs have been restructured like 1.kaarai, 2.olaipadi, 3.anukkur, 4.thennor, 5.melapuliyur.

·          In the year 2009–10 16 panchayats have been taken up for PLFs restructuring, 16 PLFs were restructured.

·          In the year 2010-11, each quarter 12 Panchayat total 48 Panchayat have been taken up for PLF restructuring, till date 24 PLF were restructured out of 48 PLFs.


 

The Following PLF were Restructured:

 

Sl. No

Name of the Block

 

Name of the Panchayat

Remarks

1

Perambalur

1

Melapuliyur

Pilot Basis

For 2008-09

2

Alathur

2

Kaarai

3

Alathur

3

Thenur

4

4

Anukkur

5

Veppur

5

Olaipadi

6

Perambalur

1

Vadakkumadavi

1st  Quarter

For 2009-10

7

Alathur

2

Irur

8

3

Thevaiyur

9

Veppur

4

Agaram Sigur

10

Perambalur

1

Kalpadi

2nd  Quarter

For 2009-10

11

Alathur

2

Chettikulam

12

3

Annamangalam

13

Veppur

4

Vadakkalur

14

Perambalur

1

Ammapalayam

3rd  Quarter

For 2009-10

15

Alathur

2

Nakkaselam

16

3

Pandagapadi

17

Veppur

4

Kadur

18

Perambalur

1

Vellur

4th   Quarter

For 2009-10

19

Alathur

2

Kollakkanatham

20

3

Pimbalur

21

Veppur

4

Sithali

22

Perambalur

1

Esannai

1st Quarter

For 2010-11

23

Perambalur

2

Sengunam

24

Perambalur

3

Elambalur

25

Alathur

4

Kudalur

26

Alathur

5

Kolathur

27

Alathur

6

Notchikulam

28

7

Vengalam

29

8

Venbavur

30

9

Biramadesam

31

Veppur

10

Adhuthrai

32

Veppur

11

Perali

33

Veppur

12

Elumur

34

Perambalur

1

Chathiramani

2nd  Quarter

For 2010-11

35

Perambalur

2

Siruvachur

36

Perambalur

3

Ladapuram

37

Alathur

4

Mavailngai

38

Alathur

5

Therani

39

Alathur

6

Naranamangalam

40

7

Thiruvalandurai

41

8

Thondapadi

42

9

Malayalapatti

43

Veppur

10

Keelaperambalur

44

Veppur

11

Kunnam

45

Veppur

12

Andhur

 

PLFs those  who have completed six months and pass grading successfully will be awarded Rs.1 Lakh incentive to each PLF. Pilot, 1st Quarter and 2nd Quarter PLF were received incentive each Rs.1 Lakh.

 

6.Skill Training for Youth:

 

Given the popularity of the State as an industrial investment destination, there is huge demand for skilled manpower in manufacturing and services sector. By providing relevant skill training, unemployed youth can be productively; engaged benefiting the society as well as the individual.  With this objective in mind, Mahalir Thittam,  Perambalur has imparted skill training to 517 youth through reputed industrial training institutions like TRECH STEP Trichy, SIT Trichy, TVS Madurai, PSTS  Chennai, National ITI and Jeyram Infotech, Perambalur among others.

 

Sl. No

Name of the Institution

Name of the Trade

Year wise training and Placement Details

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

Trained

Placement

Trained

Placement

Trained

Placement

Trained

Placement

Training on going

Placement

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

[7]

[8]

[9]

[10]

[11]

[12]

[13]

1

Trec- Step, Trichy

A/c Mechanic

10

5

9

0

15

15

14

14

0

0

Computer H/W

10

2

0

0

22

21

6

6

0

0

Electrician

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

SIT, Trichy

A/c Mechanic

0

0

0

0

15

0

0

0

0

0

ARC Welding

19

19

25

25

20

0

0

0

0

0

JCP

13

0

10

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

CNC

10

10

20

19

15

0

0

0

0

0

3

State Institute of Hotel Management, Trichy

Waiter

6

6

5

5

3

2

0

0

0

0

Kitchen stewarding

4

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Bakery

13

13

6

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

ATDC,

Perambalur

Garments construction course

0

0

0

0

0

0

60

28

25

0

5

TVS Training Centre,  Madurai

Automobile Repair & Maintenance

0

0

0

0

0

0

7

3

0

0

6

PSTS, Chennai

Crane Operation

0

0

0

0

0

0

25

20

0

0

7

National ITI, Perambalur

Masonry

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

60

0

8

Jeyram Infotech,

Perambalur

Desktop operator

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

30

0

9

Multimedia

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

30

0

10

IL&FS Training centre,

Siruganur

Welding

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

3

 

 

 

90

58

75

64

90

38

112

71

150

3

 

 

 

7. Manimegalai Awards:

 

To encourage well-functioning SHGs and PLFs, the Government had announced Manimegalai awards at State and district levels.  Awards are presented to 5 best PLFs and 10 best SHGs at the State level.   One PLF selected as best at the district level and 3 SHFs found to be the best at the district level are given Manimegalai awards and the best SHG at the Block level is given a certificate.  The awards were presented for the year 2006–07, September 2007 and 2007 – 08 in November 2008 and 2008-09 in February 2010 have been instrumental in motivation the SHGs and PLFs to strive for better performance.

 

Manimegalai Awardees List

 

District Level

 

Sl. No

Year

Details

1

2006-07

Olaipadi PLF

Meenakshi SHG, Irur, Alathur Block

Pothigai SHG, Valikandapuram

Block

2

2007-08

Poonkuzhali SHG,Agaram Sigur Post,

Veppur Block

Metro SHG, Annamangalam

Block

3

2008-09

Vadakkalur PLF

Sri Devi SHG, Poolambadi

Block

Sigapu Roja SHG, Kadur,

Veppur Block

Kurinchi Malar SHG, Keelaperambalur

Veppur Block

 

 

 

Block Level

 

Sl. No

Year

Details

1

2006-07

Dr. Ambethkar SHG, Veppur Post,

Veppur Block

Annai Threasa SHG, Therani Post,

Alathur Block

Manoranjitham SHG,  Esanai Post,

Perambalur Dist

Vaigai SHG, Pandagapadi

Block

2

2008-09

Ediyanila SHG, Vayalur

Veppur Block

Samangai SHG, Karai

Alathur Block

Elavenir SHG, Vadakkumathavi

Perambalur Block

December SHG, Venbavur,

Block

 

 

8.Cultural Competitions:

 

To strengthen unity and team spirit, cultural competitions are organized among SHG members at Block and District levels Rs.3.40 lakhs was sanctioned for the year 2007 – 08, 2008 – 09 Rs.2.13 lakhs and 2009-10 Rs.2.13 Lakhs per year for conduct of these competitions and it drew overwhelming response for SHG members.  The competitions have been conducted during November – December  in the current year.

 

9.ID Cards to SHGs:

 

To help SHGs gain recognition and also easy access to government officers and Banks, ID cards are proposed to be issued to all Mahalir Thittam SHGs.  In our Perambalur district 1298 Cards printed and same were distributed to SHGs  Grama Saba Day on  26th January 2010.