M&E Responsibilities of the PIUs and VANAMATI

The Nodal officers in each of these PIUs are responsible for monitoring of the implementation of the individual activities of the sub-component within the purview of the respective departments. The data would be consolidated and validated by the relevant PIUs and PCU. In addition to the PIUs, the VANAMATI will play a role in training ATMAs in M&E, as well as, facilitating the M&E data collection for field activities implemented by the ATMAs. A full-time senior M&E specialist recruited in the VANAMATI is responsible for overseeing all activities related to M&E in the field, especially, related to the ATMAs. The PIUs and the VANAMATI are responsible for: (i) Consolidating and analyzing all M&E data provided by District and Taluka officers, ATMAs, APMCs, MSWC warehouses and Service Providers, as relevant;  (ii) Validating M&E data in the MIS entered at the District / Taluka / APMC level and entering additional data as required; (iii) Monitoring field level activities and identifying corrective actions, if needed, as well as documenting success stories; and, (iv) Providing monthly reports to the PCU. Implementing agencies, through their District and Taluka offices or APMCs/MSWC warehouses would assume the primary responsibility for collecting data to update the input/output indicators.

The implementing agencies, through their District and Taluka offices or APMCs / MSWC warehouses, would assume the primary responsibility for collecting data to update the input/output indicators. The data would be consolidated and managed by the relevant PIU and PCU. In addition to the PIUs, VANAMATI will play a role in training ATMAs in M&E as well as facilitating M&E data collection for field activities implemented b y the ATMAs.
 
 

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The Nodal officers in each of these PIUs are responsible for monitoring of the implementation of the individual activities of the sub-component within the purview of the respective departments. The data would be consolidated and validated by the relevant PIUs and PCU. In addition to the PIUs, the VANAMATI will play a role in training ATMAs in M&E, as well as, facilitating the M&E data collection for field activities implemented by the ATMAs. A full-time senior M&E specialist recruited in the VANAMATI is responsible for overseeing all activities related to M&E in the field, especially, related to the ATMAs. The PIUs and the VANAMATI are responsible for: (i) Consolidating and analyzing all M&E data provided by District and Taluka officers, ATMAs, APMCs, MSWC warehouses and Service Providers, as relevant;  (ii) Validating M&E data in the MIS entered at the District / Taluka / APMC level and entering additional data as required; (iii) Monitoring field level activities and identifying corrective actions, if needed, as well as documenting success stories; and, (iv) Providing monthly reports to the PCU. Implementing agencies, through their District and Taluka offices or APMCs/MSWC warehouses would assume the primary responsibility for collecting data to update the input/output indicators.

The implementing agencies, through their District and Taluka offices or APMCs / MSWC warehouses, would assume the primary responsibility for collecting data to update the input/output indicators. The data would be consolidated and managed by the relevant PIU and PCU. In addition to the PIUs, VANAMATI will play a role in training ATMAs in M&E as well as facilitating M&E data collection for field activities implemented b y the ATMAs.
 
 

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