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In response,” Earnest said in response to a question.” White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest,3 per cent of the fund allocation.Written by Gopal B Kateshiya | Rajkot | Published: December 18 then turn off Allow Notifications.Western disturbances caused by the wind blowing from the Arabian Sea are responsible for the showers, says an official of the Safdarjung Met department He predicts a cloudy skywith thundershowers and squallfor Monday For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mihika Basu | New Delhi | Published: August 17 2014 1:00 am Top News Two years of working in rural areas to implement welfare and development schemes has taught them a thing or two — about how small steps can help bring about big changes in the lives of those hidden from the mainstream The challenges for young professionals chosen under the Prime Minister’s Rural Development Fellows (PMRDF) scheme are varied — from bureaucratic hiccups to overcoming scepticism to winning the trust of the people they are working with Here are the experiences of three of the fellows from remote areas they were assigned to work at Sponsored by the ministry of rural development the scheme has been implemented with the support of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) Mumbai Nukala at a mini-apparel unit in Karimnagar Vamsi Krishna Nukala I 28 Karimnagar Andhra Pradesh After completing his engineering degree in 2007 Nukala started working with Wipro Technologies as a software engineer in Hyderabad He later moved to Chennai and then to Bangalore “While I was working at Wipro I used to engage in activities like visiting a school for the visually challenged The more I engaged with them the more I started disassociating myself from machines” says Nukala who belongs to Nandyal in Kurnool district Andhra Pradesh In 2010 he quit Wipro to pursue a master’s degree in social entrepreneurship at TISS The rural fellowship programme followed Initially Nukala was asked to develop livelihood programmes with a budget of Rs 15 core under the Integrated Action Plan (IAP) a centrally-sponsored scheme that allocated a total of Rs 30 crore for the entire Karimnagar district The activities included establishing a tussar cocoon bank mini apparel units development of a vegetable hub and deploying livestock units in interior areas “The tussar cocoon bank was established in March 2013 It aimed at eliminating middlemen and providing a fair price to tussar farmers ensuring year-long work and better prices to weavers besides regular income to silk reelers” he says Soon a weavers’ society and a common interest group of reelers was formed and cocoons were purchased from farmers using IAP funds “The cocoons are released to weavers and reelers based on demand with the condition that they have to give the final product back to the society” he says After the sale the profit is paid to individual members He also works to create opportunities for women trained in tailoring under various government schemes “Mini apparel units were set up to serve as a platform for women to utilise their tailoring skills Initially we were just getting government orders now we are getting even private orders from nearby areas” says Nukala In his spare time which doesn’t come by easily Vamsi likes to cook When not cooking he likes to update himself on current affairs Aditya Tyagi I 32 Jamui Bihar Tyagi with villagers in Jamui A master’s in computer application from the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) later Aditya Tyagi from Muzaffarnagar Uttar Pradesh started working with McKinsey Knowledge Center Gurgaon in 2005 Soon he realised that his time and efforts were helping billionaires become multi-billionaires and “I didn’t want to be on that side” The fellowship came as a “golden opportunity” for Tyagi who was assigned to work in Jamui “After I started working in Jamui in 2012 I realised that the shades of Naxalism in Bihar are different from that in central India While the latter has problems regarding forest and mineral rights displacement and related issues in Bihar it’s mostly about caste conflicts In Jamui it’s a conflict between the landowners and the landless from different caste groups” he says The first step was to battle perceptions “When a colleague in Jharkhand was abducted by extremists in January this year and released two days later local officials said he was from the PMO Extremists alleged he was a CIA agent” says Tyagi adding they now call themselves research fellows Once he started assessing the problems in Jamui Tyagi realised that government policies fail to take into account the special needs of any district “While Bihar is largely affected by floods this district is drought-prone Ironically the 176-page agricultural road map of the government has only half a paragraph devoted to such areas The gap between the needs of people and what the government brings to them was startling” he says Rice is the staple food for people in eastern India and cultivating the grain needs a lot of water “So begins the irony” says Tyagi Other than government schemes he works on I-Saksham a programme that helps fast-tracking learning for out-of-school children and skill development Another area is skill training programmes including data entry and MS-Office skills “The problem is that most people migrate to metros to earn Rs 7000-10000 per month” he says Tyagi and his team now arrange freelance assignments for the locals Typically it takes over four hours of bus travel two hours of a bike ride and a few kilometres’ walk to reach the interior areas from Jamui where he lives There’s little time for himself but he has no regrets “Nowhere would you get to work on the ground with so much independence” says Tyagi Shila Matang I 26 Khunti Jharkhand on a mission Matang (Source: Shuaib Masoodi) For Matang poverty meant not having access to private hospitals or schools A month-long rural stint in Dhenkanal Odisha in 2008 as part of an internship during her postgraduation at TISS as a Master’s student of social work changed her perspective “It’s a combination of factors like lack of voice and choice In the Indian context poverty has its roots in a caste-based oppressive structure which I have experienced first hand For instance land capital and access to education are concentrated with the so-called higher castes” says Matang who was born and brought up in Jamnagar Gujarat A history graduate from MSU Baroda Matang did her post-graduation from TISS After working for a couple of NGOs she joined PMRDF in 2012 and started working on capacity building of panchayat raj institutions She also worked on a rural sanitation project which gives a subsidy of Rs 9000 to rural households to build toilets besides organising farmer communities for collection storage and sale of non-timber forest products Khunti district being “a source of trafficking forced migration and migration of girls” she soon started working on curbing human trafficking Along with her colleague Belmati Jonko Matang focussed on imparting skill-based training to the girls But the task wasn’t simple They faced resistance from the girls themselves some of whom run away to work in bigger cities “That’s the reality of Khunti Poverty and lack of opportunities make tribal girls vulnerable One of the girls who ran away after being rescued from a Noida home was trafficked by a Delhi-based agent She didn’t get any salary for a year as it went to the placement agency that had taken her to the city But a year later she started earning and life seemed better to her Such stories inspire other girls of the area Living as a servant getting food and money is what they aspire for They don’t understand that there are no checks on these placement agencies” says Matang She knows a little Mundari and can manage broken Sadri local dialects of Jharkhand to communicate with the community “Without having any formal authority it was not easy to establish ourselves as the ‘facilitators’ I also realised that new schemes are implemented without taking into consideration ground realities But it feels rewarding when the community starts recognising you” says Matang with a smile Matang has now moved to Kashmir where she is working on issues of human rights and women’s health For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 4 2017 12:34 pm Apple iOS 112 update for iPhone is rolling out: Here’s how to download Related News Apple has started to release iOS 112 ahead of the schedule to fix a number of bugs including the much publicized date bug Earlier on Saturday a date bug in iOS 1112 caused several iPhones and iPads to continuously crash all around the world as local time zones rolled into December 2 according to reports on Twitter and Reddit?I realised that juxtaposing it with other forms of world music would be a great idea, says Raoabout the film that draws parallels between Indian 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