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  • VILLAGE STUDY REPORT

    KRISHNAGIRI DISTRICT

    SHOOLAGIRI BLOCK

    PANCHHAYAT: CHINNARANADODDI

    VILLAGE: GUDISATHANAPALLI

    Members

    Dinesh Raj

    Manvi Agarwal

    Rishi Kant

    Sunitha Choudhary

  • Gudisathanapalli

    Gudisathanapalli

    State

    Tamil Nadu

    Block Shoolagiri

    Panchayat

    Chinnarana

    Dirtrict

    Krishnagiri

  • Snapshot

    Gudisathanapalli

    Gudi- Temple Sathana-

    Achievement Palli- Village

    Temple- Thimmaraya Swami (lord Vishnu) Village exist since the time of Chola Period.

  • Demographic Profile

    • Population- 1314

    • Sex Ratio - 1030

    Male ,

    647

    Female

    , 667

    50 57 58 56

    131

    117

    92

    47

    23 16

    39

    65 69 66

    142

    110

    94

    46

    21 15

    0

    20

    40

    60

    80

    100

    120

    140

    160

    1-5 5-10 10-15 15-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 Above 70

  • Andhra

    Tamil Nadu

    Karnataka

    Guddisathanapalli

  • Telugu

    Tamil Kannada

    Multi lingual

  • Basic features of the village

    • Literacy Rate- 2011

    • Male- 48% Female- 42%

    48

    42

    10

    20

    30

    40

    50

    60

    70

    80

    90

    male female

  • Facilities

    • Primary health sub centre

    • Panchayat union middle school (PUMS)

    • Post office

    • Anaithu Grama Anna Marumalarchi Thittam(AGAMT) library

    • Self Help Group(SHG) Building

    • Anganwadi Centre

    • Village Administrative Office

    • Ration Shop

  • Identification of resources

    Resources

    Physical

    Farm

    field

    Pond Red

    Soil

    Live

    stock

    Human

    Farmer Skill

    Institutions

    Panchayat

    Primary

    Health

    Sub

    Centre

    Schoo

    l

    Angan

    wadi PDS

  • Effective utilisation of resources

    Drip irrigation

    Mixed cropping

    De-silting

    Horticulture

  • Problems

    Perceptions

    Prospects

  • Ranking of Institutions

    H o s p i t a l

    E lec t r i c i t y

    Schoo l

    A n g a n wa d i

    R at i on Shop

    Panchayat

    o f f i ce

    VAO

    Pos t

    o f f i ce

    B ank

  • Se n

    si ti

    sa ti

    o n

    • VILLAGE LIFE AND HARDSHIPS

    • COMMUNIT Y DYNAMICS

    P ro

    b le

    m s

    • POVERTY AND DEPRIVATI ON

    • FARMERS

    • WOMEN

    • CHILDREN W o

    rk in

    g o

    f In

    st it

    u ti

    o n

    s

    • PANCHAYA T

    • VAO

    • PDS

    • NREGS

    • PHSC

    • SHG

    • SCHOOL

    • ANGNWAD I

    • POST OFFICE

  • Lessons learnt

  • Poverty

    Landless

    ness

    PAP

    Unemplo

    yment

    Lack of

    alternativ

    e

    employm

    ent

    oppurtnit

    y

    Agriculture

    sustainabili

    ty

    Irrigation

    facilities

    Seeds

    &fertilize

    rs

    Insuranc

    e

    Storage

    Education

    Teacher

    student

    ratio

    Safety

    Sanitatio

    n in

    school

    Accessib

    ility to

    higher

    educatio

    n

    Absentee

    ism

    Health

    Sanitatio

    n

    Clinic

    Awarene

    ss

    PHC

    Immunisa

    tion

    Migration

    Push

    factors

    Pull

    factors

    Social evils

    Discrimin

    ation

    Superstiti

    on

    Child

    marriage

    Alcoholis

    m

    Mobility

    Transport

    ation

    Infrasturc

    ture

    Lessons learnt and Issues identified

  • Action plan

    A g

    e n

    t s

    Panchayat Government People NGOs Private

    sector

    Empowerment Facilitator Education

    and

    awareness

    Proactive Create

    capacity to

    consume

    Local

    solutions and

    innovative

    thinking

    Streamlining

    schemes

    Community

    involvement

    Source of

    information

    New goods

    and services

    Optimal

    utilisation of

    resources

    Infrastructure

    and

    transportation

    Open to new

    ideas

    Link

    between

    people and

    government

    Dignity and

    choice

    Participatory Developing

    trust

    Building trust