Mahatma Gandhi once said 'India's future lies in its villages'. Even today, villages are the backbone of the country, where nearly seventy percent of our population lives. Everyone knows that village development is national development.

Let us we develop our village ourselves. Let us adopt our village ourselves. So as to develop our Mandal, Constituency, District and State. Let us develop our village by forming village development committees beyond Religion, Caste, Politics and Individuals.

        Model / Ideal villages like Ankapur (Nizamabad district), Gangadevipalli (Warangal district), Erravelli (Medak district), Ibrahimpur (Siddipet district), Hiware Bazaar,Ahmednagar (Maharashtra), Punsari (Gujarat) were once ordinary villages only. But those villages have when they formed village cimmittees and all the villagers have worked together in unity and dedication to make their villages  Model / Ideal villages not only for the country but also internationally. Our Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on behalf of the Government of India has studied the developments in Hiware Bazaar, Ahmednagar (Maharashtra), Punsari (Gujarat) as well as our Gangadevipalli (Warangal District) in Telangana and directed that each village in each district of India should be made an ideal village.

      Each person has a desire or a quest to do something for their own village. But one is left with the impression that it is impossible to do anything alone, and that anything else is impossible. If there is a good platform about development in his own village , every individual or persom  will come forward to participate in the development his village either the way of monitory or else what he can do for the village. In a village, apart from the villagers there are three to four times more vilagers (Non Resident Villagers)  living in the outlying areas of that village.They all have a desire to do something for their village. Therefore, with the motto to develop our village, we can adopt and develop our village ourselves by forming village development committees that include all communities (wards, youth, women, veterans, students, teachers, non resident villagers, officials and elected representatives), regardless of religious, caste, politics or individuality. Let us make our village an ideal village with the entire cooperation of the villagers and non resident villagers and the officials and elected public representatives.


1.To Make the Village Swatch.

2.Taking appropriate measures to increase groundwater.

3. Planting and conservation of trees up to village limits thereby protecting the environment.

4.Promoting modern, natural organic farming practices with collaboration and technology. Village level planning for soil tests and integrated farming.

5. Improving training and employment opportunities for youth.

6. Establishment of supply system for sale of rural produce.

7. Improving electrifying roads.

8. To be a completely peaceful (non-controversial) village.

9. Carrying out health awareness programs for the villagers.

10.Strive for modern educational teaching with social values and sports elements.

11. Strive for improvement of essential systems.

12. Strive to promote caste occupations.

13. To inspire village activities and festivals to be celebrated collectively.

14. Ensuring proper implementation of all government schemes.

15. To ensure that the work of the villagers in government offices is completed on time.

16. To work for mutual development by connecting with fellow villages, zones, constituencies and districts.

The 10 step process of Smart Village is:  

  1. Village Development Committee will  prepare a research report on the village on various  parameters of village life which becomes the "AS IS" status of village.
  2. Next step is to interview all the households in the village, with a ready questionnaire in local language, to identify their pain points by Village Development Committee of village.
  3. Based on the questionnaire inputs, they prepare pain point solutions document and split it into short,  medium and long term achievable solutions.
  4. At this stage Village Development Committee interact with villagers to validate the pain points & solutions.
  5. Village Development Committee will  appoint a execution committee especially from youth  from the village. They will execute the entire development plan.
  6. Village Development Committee will appoint or select various committees i.e., Water Management, Greenery Management, Roads and Lights, Sewerage, Waste Management, Education, Health, Sports, Youth and Women committees etc.,
  7. Then one by one execution committee will execute the solutions under the guidance of Village Development Committee.
  8. Involve villagers along with Non Resident Villagers to raise the funds from them through donations for the development of their village  and balance from corporate CSR in the country, State & central government schemes, request Elected Public Representatives from their allocated funds for village development  etc.
  9. Many innovative, self employment generating and first time activities are implemented in the village which generates interest in the youth to stay back in village.
  10. Every three months, a review report will be prepared and circulated to all stake holders.


  1. Cleanliness Competition.
  2. Dustbins in Village.
  3. Garbage to Power and Bio Fertilizers including bio gas from dung.
  4. Solid waste management.


  1. Setting up Libraries in Village Schools.
  2. Blended Education in Village Schools.
  3. Play Grounds with Equipments in Village Schools.
  4. Science Lab in Village Schools.
  5. Tablets for E-Learning in Village Schools.
  6. Programs for Skills Training in Village Schools.
  7. Separate Toilets for Girls and Boys in Village Schools. 


  1. Improvement in Primary Health centre services, manpower and equipments.
  2. Awareness among the Villagers regarding Health.



  1. Awareness on best Agriculture practices to Farmers.
  2. Awareness on Natural and Organic Farming  to Farmers.
  3. Awareness on Crop Rotation and integrated Farming to Farmers.
  4. Rain Water Harvesting and Bore well recharge  in Villages.
  5. Check Dams in villages to increase the Ground Water.


  1. Village lake Rejuvenation.
  2. Village Heritage site Restoration.
  3. Village Roads Maintenance.
  4. Closed Drainage Systen in the Village.
  5. Community Toilets in the Village.
  6. Revival of open Wells in the Village.
  7. Garden benches near Lake and all prominent Places in the Village.
  8. Free Wi-Fi in the Village.
  9. Community Cable TV in the Village.
  10. E Governance, Internet connectivity, Common Service Centre for digitalisation.


  1. Employment creation through Manufacturing of Value Added Food Products.
  2. Employment creation through Processing the Grains.
  3. Employment creation through Manufacturing of Garments.
  4. Employment creation through Manufacturing of Sanitary Napkins by Women.
  5. Employment creation through Manufacturing of Solar Products.
  6. Employment creation by establishing the various MSME units.


  1. Creating Opportunities for Physically Challenged Persons.
  2. Tree Plantation Drive By Children.
  3. No Smoking and No Alcohol Movement in Village Children and Women.