A school cabinet is being constituted by taking voting in each of the schools so that the school students get information about the electoral process in the democracy. On this same ground, one-day sarpanch and the responsibility of handing over the responsibility of the gram panchayat to the responsible student of the school was implemented by Ovara Gram Panchayat in Deori taluka.
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Gondia: A school cabinet is being constituted by taking voting in each of the schools so that the school students get information about the election process in the democracy. On this same ground, one-day sarpanch and the responsibility of handing over the responsibility of the gram panchayat to the responsible student of the school was implemented by Ovara Gram Panchayat in Deori taluka. The Ovara Gram Panchayat may be the only Gram Panchayat in the state to carry out such a unique experiment.
It is the responsibility of the village panchayat to take charge of the rural areas. For this, sarpanch, deputy panchayats, and members are elected by democratic elections. The representatives of the people have the responsibility of developing the village by taking the villagers in trust. However, due to local politics, these deputies often face many problems. This affects the development work of the village. Gram Sabhas have special importance in the Constitution. The development plan of the village is approved in the Gram Sabha with the consent of the people. However, even today, the presence of people in rural areas is very few in rural areas. Kamal Yerne, the deputy commissioner at Owara, said there was a need for improvement. For this, he, along with the village sarpanch Hiramman Tekam, along with the members of the village, made a proposal and handed over a day’s work to the school students and made them aware of the development of the village.
Passed several proposals in one day
The newly appointed school public representatives took over the Gram Panchayat on July 1. Sarpanch Nilesh Kodavati, Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Bisen, all members visited the village thoroughly. Later in the meeting, village issues were discussed. During the meeting, several proposals were passed on topics like drinking water, electricity, rural health, development of roads, disposal of sewage, gutters.
One day the functioning of the village was to hand over the students and the selection of sarpanch, sub-panchayat and gram panchayat members was done democratically by electing school students. Of this, 5 percent of the seats were reserved for women. In the election, Nilesh Kodavate as the sarpanch, Sakshi Bisen was elected as the Vice-Chancellor. Among the members, students of Prerna Meshram, Sonal Kharwade, Prashant Gajabhiye, Dinesh Tukar, Manisha Bhimate, Sandhya Tecum, Sohit Uike and Durga Bissen won.
Implementation of decision making
Owner Sarpanch Hiraman Tekam and Deputy Commissioner Kamal Yerne assured the Over residents to implement several constructive decisions taken by the one-day executive regarding the development of the village. This innovative initiative is appreciated everywhere in the district.