Nrega job card list 2021

The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Jobs Guarantee Act of 2005 (MGNREGA) provides poor families in India with work cards. This scheme, initiated by the central government to improve livelihood stability, provides work cards to poor families.

The MGNREGA Job Card List 2020 State Wise has been published on the official web portal by the National Rural Employment Department.

What is nrega job card?

A Job Card is an entitlement card given to any household whose adult member has applied for work under the Mahatma Gandhi NREGA and has expressed a willingness to work in casual manual labour. A total of 100 days of casual manual labour are available to Job Card holders.

The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act of 2005 allows beneficiaries to have a Work card provided by the Gram Panchayat's competent authority.

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How Does the NREGA Scheme Benefit the Poor?

Applicants are eligible for unemployment benefits if no job is found within 15 days of their application. This ensures that if the government fails to offer jobs, certain persons are entitled to such unemployment benefits. 

As a result, work under the NREGA Scheme is a legal right. MGNREGA will be enforced primarily by gramme panchayats (GPs), with contractors prohibited from participating.

NREGA will help protect the environment, empower rural women, reduce rural-urban migration, and promote social equity in addition to providing economic protection and creating rural assets.

 Many provisions are included in the law to ensure that it is managed and implemented effectively. The act specifies the principles and departments responsible for enforcement, as well as a list of permitted works, a funding scheme, monitoring and, most significantly, comprehensive steps to ensure transparency and accountability.

How to download nrega job list 2021

Step 1: Go to nrega.nic.in, which is the official website for the NREGA Work Card List. 

Step 2- On the homepage, go to the Transparency & Accountability section and select Job Cards. 

Step 3- On this tab, you'll see a list of all the states that are currently displayed on the computer. 

Step 4- From the list, select your state's connection.

Step 5- Click the Proceed Button after selecting the Financial Year, District, Block, and Panchayat. 

Step 6- You can now view the NREGA Job Card List by district, area, and panchayat. 

Step 7: Locate your name and click on the Job Card Number. 

Step 8: When you click on your work card number, the details on your job card appears on the screen.

Online registration process for nrega job card

Follow the steps below to register for the NREGA 2021 job card. 

Step 1: Go to nrega.nic.in, which is the official website for the NREGA Work Card List. 

Step 2- On the homepage, go to the Gram Panchayat section and select “Data Entry.” 

Step 3- On this tab, you'll see a list of all the states that are currently displayed on the computer. 

Step 4- From the list, pick your state's name.

Step 5: Fill in the blanks with the following material.

  • Districts

  • Block

  • Panchayat 

  • Password and User ID

  • the financial year

Step 6- Now, enter the captcha code and press the "Login" button.

Step 7- After successfully logging in to the website, select the Registration & Work Card option.

Step 8: Fill in all of the required details, such as the village, family head name, house number, class, registration date, applicant name, gender, age, and so on.

Step 9- In the form, press the "Save" button and upload a picture of yourself.

Step 10: Save the picture by right-clicking on it. By clicking the download button, you can get the NREGA work card.

Question and answers

What does a Job Card entail?

The Job Card is a significant document that documents workers' NREGA entitlements. It gives registered households the legal right to apply for jobs, guarantees transparency, and protects employees from fraud.

In the NREGA, how is a household defined?

Household refers to members of a family who are related by blood, marriage, or adoption and who usually live together, share meals, and have a shared ration card.

What role does the door-to-door survey play in identifying NREGA-eligible households?

A door-to-door survey helps recognise qualifying households who have been left out of the Act and want to be enrolled. Every year, each GP should conduct this survey, and it should be done at a time of year when people are not migrating to other areas in search of jobs or for other reasons.

What issues does the Gram Panchayat need to review when a Job Card application is submitted?

The Gram Panchayat must verify that the household is an entity as stated in the application, that the applicant households are local residents of the GP in question, and that the applicants are all adults in the household. The authentication process must be completed within a fortnight of the application being submitted.

How long does the registration for a Work Card valid?

The registration is valid for five years and can be renewed/revalidated as required by following the renewal/revalidation process.