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DAY NULM

Municipal Corporation Chandigarh - DEENDAYAL ANTYODAYA YOJANA-NATIONAL URBAN LIVELIHOOD MISSION (DAY-NULM)

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DAY NULM Cell

Department's Hierarchy

Sh. Anil Garg, PCS
Additional Commissioner - III
Contact No: +91-172-5021404

 
Sh. Vivek Trivedi
Social Development Officer
Room No. 42
Contact No: +91-172-5021504
Email: nulm.chd@gmail.com
Ms. Ramnik Kaur,
Livelihood Officer
Room No. 37
Email: nulm.chd@gmail.com
Ms. Geeru Sood,
Community Organizer
Room No. 37
Email: nulm.chd@gmail.com
Ms. Meenakshi Sharma,
Community Organizer
Room No. 37
Email: nulm.chd@gmail.com
Ms. Maimuna Yasmeen,
Community Organizer
Room No. 37
Email: nulm.chd@gmail.com
Sh. Balbir Singh,
Assistant Community Organizer
Room No. 37
Email: nulm.chd@gmail.com

Aim and Mission of DAY-NULM

• The mission of the Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana-National Urban Livelihoods Mission(DAY-NULM) is to reduce poverty and vulnerability of the urban poor households by enabling them to access gainful self-employment and skilled wage employment opportunities, resulting in an appreciable improvement in their livelihoods on a sustainable basis, through building strong grassroots level institutions of the poor. The mission would also aim at providing shelter equipped with essential services to the urban homeless in a phased manner. In addition, the Mission would also address livelihood concerns of the urban street vendors by facilitating access to suitable spaces, institutional credit, social security and skills to the urban street vendors for accessing emerging market opportunities.

• DAY-NULM would aim at universal coverage of the urban poor for skill development and credit facilities. It will strive for skill training of the urban poor for market based jobs and self employment, facilitating easy access to credit.

Objectives of DAY-NULM

• To reduce poverty and vulnerability of the urban poor households by enabling them to access gainful self-employment and skilled wage employment opportunities, resulting in an appreciable improvement in their livelihoods on a sustainable basis.

• Building strong grassroots level institutions of the poor. The mission would aim at providing shelter equipped with essential services to the urban homeless in a phased manner;

• Livelihood concerns of the urban street vendors by facilitating access to suitable spaces, institutional credit, social security and skills to the urban street vendors for accessing emerging market opportunities.

Values of DAY-NULM

The mission will espouse the following values:-

 

  • Ownership and productive involvement of the urban poor and their institutions in all processes;
  • Transparency in programme design and implementation including institution-building and capacity strengthening
  • Accountability of government functionaries and the community
  • Partnerships with industry and other stakeholders
  • Community self-reliance, self-dependence, self help and mutual-help.

 

Strategy of DAY-NULM:-

 

  • Building capacity of the urban poor, their institutions and the machinery involved in the implementation of livelihoods development and poverty alleviation programmes through handholding support
  • Enhancing and expanding existing livelihoods options of the urban poor;
  • Building skills to enable access to growing market-based job opportunities offered by emerging urban economies;
  • Training for and support to the establishment of micro-enterprises by the urban poor-self and group;
  • Ensure availability and access for the urban homeless population to permanent 24-hour shelters including the basic infrastructural facilities like water supply, sanitation, safety and security.
  • Cater to the needs of especially vulnerable segments of the urban homeless like the dependent children, aged, disabled, mentally ill and recovering patients etc. by creating special sections within homeless shelters and provisioning special service linkages for them;
  • To establish strong rights based linkages with other programmes which over the right of the urban homeless to food, healthcare, education etc and ensure access for homeless populations to various entitlements, including to social security pensions, PDS, ICDS, feeding programmes, drinking water, sanitation, identity, financial inclusion, school admission etc., and to affordable housing;
  • To address livelihood concerns of the urban street vendors by facilitating access to suitable spaces, institutional credit, social security and skills to the urban street vendors for accessing emerging market opportunities

 

Components of DAY-NULM

The primary target of NULM is the urban poor, including the urban homeless. The coverage may be broadened to include families of disadvantaged groups like SCs, STs, women, minorities, disabled etc. subject to a maximum of 25 per cent of the above urban poor population.

DAY- NULM will have the following components:

  • Employment through Skills Training and Placement (EST&P)
  • Shelter for Urban Homeless (SUH)
  • Capacity Building and Training (CB&T)
  • Support to Urban Street Vendors (SUSV)
  • Social Mobilization & Institutional Development (SM&ID)
  • Self Employment Programme (SEP)

 

Mission guidelines

The primary target of NULM is the urban poor, including the urban homeless. The coverage may be broadened to include families of disadvantaged groups like SCs, STs, women, minorities, disabled etc. subject to a maximum of 25 per cent of the above urban poor population.

DAY- NULM will have the following components:

 

Poshan Maah Report

Employment through Skills Training and Placement (EST&P)

List of empanelled Skill Training Providers working under EST&P Component of DAY-NULM

DAY- NULM will have the following components:

 

 

Social Mobilization & Institutional Development (SM&ID)

Empanelled agency under Social Mobilization & Institutional Development (SM&ID) Component of DAY-NULM

Society for Women Empowerment in Rural Area (SWERA). KEY FUNCTIONARIES OF CITY LEVEL FEDERATION (CLF)

S. No. Name Designation Registration No. and Year Supervisor
1 Ms. Gulshan President 4642 of 2016

Ms. Meenakshi Sharma, Community Organizer

2 Ms Sabra General Secretary
3 Ms Ruby Tresurer
4 Ms. Bhumika Member
5 Ms. Samida Begum Member
6 Ms. Memshri Member Mr. Balbir Singh, Asstt. Community Organizer
7 Ms. Darshan Kaur Member
8 Ms. Shyama Devi Member
9 Ms Kamlesh Member
10 Ms. Neelam Member
11 Ms. Nirmala Member
12 Ms Kusum Member
13 Ms. Kailasho Member

 

 

KEY FUNCTIONARIES OF AREA LEVEL FEDERATION (ALF) REGISTERED UNDER SOCIETIES REGISTRATION ACT, 1860

S No Name Designation Area Registration No. and Year Supervisor
1 Ms. Sabra President Maloya 2933 of 1999 Ms. Ramnik Kaur, Livelihood Officer
2 Ms. Ruby President Dhanas 2931 of 1999 Ms. Ramnik Kaur, Livelihood Officer
3 Ms. Darshan Kaur President Palsora 2932 of 1999 Ms. Geeru Sood, Community Organizer
4 Ms. Bhumika President Dadumajra 3053 of 2000 Ms. Geeru Sood, Community Organizer
5 Ms. Neelam President Kajheri 3274 of 2001 Ms. Geeru Sood, Community Organizer
6 Ms. Samida Begum President Mauli Jagran 3814 of 2006 Ms. Geeru Sood, Community Organizer
7 Ms. Shyama Devi President Bapu Dham 4064 of 2009 Ms. Geeru Sood, Community Organizer
8 Ms. Gulshan President Sector 25 4196 of 2011 Ms. Ramnik Kaur, Livelihood Officer
9 Ms. Kamlesh President Mauli Village 4145 of 2011 Ms. Maimuna Yasmeen, Community Organizer
10 Ms. Kailasho President Indira Colony 4144 of 2011 Ms. Maimuna Yasmeen, Community Organizer
11 Ms. Memshri President Vikas Nagar 4241 of 2012 Ms. Maimuna Yasmeen, Community Organizer
12 Ms. Nirmala President Ram Darbar 4408 of 2014 Ms. Maimuna Yasmeen, Community Organizer
13 Ms. Kusum President Hallomajra 4413 of 2014 Ms. Maimuna Yasmeen, Community Organizer

Self Employment Programme (SEP)

Empanelled agency under Self Employment Programme (SEP) Component of DAY-NULM

Regional Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (RCED)

Shelter for Urban Homeless (SUH)

List of temporary night shelters/raen baseras in U.T. Chandigarh at different location/places

S No Location Capacity Supervisor
1 Night Shelter, Sector 22-C, Chandigarh 25+ persons Engineering Wing MC
2 Night Shelter, GMCH, Sector 32, Chandigarh 25+ persons
3 Night Shelter, Sector 19, Shani Mandir, Chandigarh 25+ persons
4 Night Shelter, Sector 20-C, Chandigarh (Near Shri Laxmi Narayan Mandir) 25+ persons
5 Night Shelter, PGIMER, Sector 12, Chandigarh 75+ persons
6 Night Shelter, PGIMER, Sector 12, Chandigarh 75+ persons
7 Night Shelter, ISBT, Sector 43, Chandigarh 50+ persons
8 Night Shelter, Sector 30, Chandigarh (Opp. Sai Baba ji Mandir)  25+ persons
9 Night Shelter, Sector 9-D, Chandigarh (Opp. Housing Board Near Amartax Showroom) 25+ persons
10 Night Shelter, Sector 16, Chandigarh 25+ persons

List of permanent night shelters/raen baseras in U.T. Chandigarh

S.No. Location Capacity Supervisor
1 Raen Basera, Near Bus Stand, Sector 17, Chandigarh 100+ persons Red Cross Society, U.T. Chandigarh
2 Night Shelter, Idle Truck Parking, Sector 26, Chandigarh 134+ persons Engineering Wing, Municipal Corporation, Chandigarh

Awards & Recognitions

S.No. Award/Recognition Year Given By
1 Swachhata Excellence Award with a price money of Rs. 0.50 lacs in recognition of the exemplary work in the field of Sanitation and Cleanliness in the state of Chandigarh is conferred upon Hallomajra (ALF), Municipal Corporation, Chandigarh 2017-18 Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs, New Delhi
2 SKOCH Award (Silver) Smart Governance Award for Women functionaries of Area Level Federations as Swachhata Grahi 2017 SKOCH Group
3 SKOCH Order of Merit for qualifying amongst 200 Smart Governance Projects in India for Women functionaries of Area Level Federations as Swachhata Grahi 2017 SKOCH Group
4 SKOCH Order of Merit for qualifying amongst top 100 projects in India for implementation of Street Vending Plan in Chandigarh 2016 SKOCH Group
5 SKOCH Order of Merit for qualifying amongst India’s best in SMART Governance for providing sustainable livelihood to urban poor youth through Skill Building 2015 SKOCH Group
6 Qualified for nomination in Prime Minister Award for Excellence in Public Administration 2014 Govt. of India
7

HUDCO Award for Best Practices to Improve the Living Environment  under the category of Housing, Urban Poverty & Infrastructure along with a price money of Rs. 1.00 lac on the occasion of the 43rd HUDCO Annual Day,  25th April, 2013

2012-13 Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation, New Delhi

 

Last modified date : 17-02-2020
Last Update: 13/02/2020 - 18:48
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