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Time to act on Kundu Panel report. At this level of education, immediate employability is a key concern of the families. It is therefore recommended that. The report found that schemes included under the point programme are plagued by funds shortage and Muslim areas continue to miss out on health infrastructure, as had been pointed out in the Sachar report. The concept of measurement of diversity has its roots in the literature on ecology and bio-diversity.

There is no specific need-based planning under specific schemes for minorities nor is there an attempt to identify development gaps in basic services in minority localities. The level of literacy among Muslims was lower than Hindus and yet gender disparity was amitwbh among the Muslims.

kuundu It should also consider reviewing and amending the Dargah Khwaja Saheb Act in the context of the changing needs amitaabh the society. Queer pride parade held in city with much pomp. Najma A Heptulla file photo The entire report can be read here. This distortion needs to be corrected at the earliest. Child protection officer assaulted. However, the ITI model has become outmoded in its programmes and finds few takers among the target population. This is critical for the success of 15 PP.

The new pilot schemes should be reviewed in a time-bound manner and up-scaled. The implementation problems such as delays in disbursement need to be urgently addressed. A more systematic need based assessment of the development deficits in MCDs for determination of the targets under different schemes should take place.

It would be important to keep children in school through the following measures:. The Committee thus makes the following recommendations:. According to the Kundu Committee report, Muslims continue to be left out of both government jobs and the urbanisation wave. The committee recommended efforts, including active outreach, recruitment and scholarships, by both government and private universities to increase participation of Muslims in higher education, as well as increased access to high quality professional and technical education to help Muslim youth move to better quality employment.


Over the recent years, it appears that more of urban Muslim household have shifted to self -employment as a major source of household income.

Action Taken on The Report of Amitabh Kundu Committee

This needs to be appropriately addressed in the Twelfth Plan. There is also a need for MoMA to create a visible and accessible institutional presence in the States, particularly in States with a large minority population. Guidelines must mandate a specific number of Social Audits to be undertaken during each 6 monthly monitoring cycle.

So, it is also known as Post Sachar Evaluation Committee.

Since there was no cut imposed on the Scholarship schemes, the allocation of other schemes have been reduced accordingly. There is a need to develop a social audit scheme that invites NGOs across the country through grant-in-aid mechanisms, to undertake Social Audits on an on-going regular basis on the schemes and programmes for the minorities.

Loans for women in home-based industries must have single-window facilitation — without cumbersome paper work, which works as a deterrent to Muslim women, many of whom lack basic literacy skills. If the overall thrust of the educational vision is to commkttee both basic literacy for the poor among Muslims and simultaneously amitab skilled professionals and intellectual thought leaders, the approach must change dramatically.

All government micro-credit and SHG programmes should stipulate a special focus on Muslim women and earmark funds accordingly. This Committee, in addition recommends formulation and enactment of a committde Anti-Discrimination Legislation to prohibit discrimination based on disability, sex, caste, religion and other criteria. Deficiencies in municipal services that have a direct bearing on health need to be addressed with a sense of urgency.

The Post-Sachar Evaluation Committee reiterated this recommendation and suggested that the ambit of the diversity index should include spheres of education, employment, housing, healthcare, committe to development schemes and various other sectors, and seek to provide remedies.

In order to correct this, efforts must be made to ensure retention, particularly of girlstudents.

There is a need for enhancement of resources and personnel across the board in order to enable the MoMA to do justice to its mandate. Innovative steps are needed, such as expanding facilitators in Muslim concentration villages and towns to act as interfaces between the community and the State institutions.


It is also commonly observed that settlements, both rural and urban, with high proportions of Muslim minority residents, lack most basic services, required for dignified survival. Any decision that has to be taken on the future course of action cannot be done by any ministry individually. This would go a long way in taking the country to a scenario when the manifestation of diversity becomes a matter of celebration rather than a cause for social turmoil and political anxiety.

The report evaluates conditions of Muslims on parameters such as demography, employment, livelihood, consumption, living standards, poverty, management of Wakf property and general policy issues apart from education and health.

MAEF has the potential to turn into an incubator institution and hub of innovation and excellence. All Comments Your Activity. Committee gave extensive recommendations from primary school to technical education. Housing conditions particularly in urban areas for different socio-religious groups suggest that Muslims households live in poorer conditions than other groups.

For Muslim female home-based workers, there is a need for policies that facilitate access to low interest credit, to markets, and training for manufacturing high value products. The Centre has not yet clarified whether it has accepted the recommendations of the Kundu Committee, as it later came to be known as. Youth leadership programmes should also be initiated to strengthen this process. Read Post a comment.

‘Summary and Recommendations’ of the Kundu Committee

Strengthening of the community-based facilities should also be attempted to increase access for the Muslim women. An existing autonomous body may be strengthened with adequate professional expertise and provided with supporting manpower to undertake independent evaluation of 15 PP schemes of the central ministries and to give feedback on a regular basis.

Improve teacher quality to encourage children to attend and for parents to see and advantage in keeping the children in school.