Posted on Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Pariyaram Grama Panchayath CDS of Thrissur district of Kerala becomes the first CDS in the state to complete the beneficiary survey of the 'My Job, My Pride' Campaign. The campaign is being implemented for arranging livelihoods to 20 lakh people through the Knowledge Economy Mission. The beneficiary survey is being implemented through Kudumbashree. The survey was conducted in 9402 households in the Panchayath.

The beneficiary survey through Kudumbashree was started on 8 May 2022. Specially trained CDS Enumerators have already visited 31.1 lakh households of 16355 wards in 914 Local Self Government Institutions till 10 May 2022, 5 PM. Details of 20.55 lakh beneficiaries have also been collected. The details of the beneficiaries are being collected through the 'Jalakam' Mobile Application designed by the Digital University.

The survey is progressing through more than one lakh enumerators identified from all Local Self Government Institutions across the state. One Resource Person each is designated for 150 households in the rural areas and 200 households in the urban areas. Like that, 5 to 7 enumerators are entrusted in each ward. Prior to the survey, they were extended special training under the leadership of Kudumbashree. In addition to that, more than 2000 Community Ambassadors are entrusted for the effective coordination of the activities in the CDS level. More than five lakh people have made registrations on the very first day of the survey.

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'My Job, My Pride' - Pariyaram Grama Panchayath CDS becomes the first CDS in the state to complete the survey