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Indeed it’s notable that these effects are not apparent among less deprived males, Virani says this goes through her mind: “She knows, An attempt to increase VAT was made last year too,he had not even applied and two he was ineligible being a legislator This report underscores another important fissure in the government’s project: The abandoning of one of its formative principles; that the process would be predicated on digitisation What we found in Yavatmal was a reversal of the procedure by the banks a return to tedious error-prone manual data entry that almost entirely went against Fadnavis’ stated objective Instead students were handed hard copies of bank data and for an average fee of Rs 5 to Rs 6 per loan account told to enter this information in Microsoft Excel sheets Many of these young men barely slept four hours a day and some of them processed up to 700 farmer loan details per day during that period These youngsters worked on the data entry fete in the bank along with bank officials Almost all the freelancers we interviewed admitted that they had little time to verify if the data was error-free or indeed if repetitive entries had been made— a defect that as this report revealed had permeated the entire system “Given the magnitude of the work there was no way that we could do it with our existing staff strength So we asked MS-CIT (an IT literacy course run by Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation) students and other youngsters who were familiar with MS Excel to pitch in” a bank official in Yavatmal’s Pandharkawda told us None of the bank functionaries we interviewed spoke on record One such freelancer was Kunal Inchalwar an undergraduate student of mathematics who helped the Yavatmal District Central Co-operative (YDCC) Bank enter data of applicants on Excel sheets He worked on a temporary basis with the bank for about three or four days from 13 October "Out of 24 hours we barely rested for 4 hours and we worked the rest of the time There were about 25-30 of us keying in data at that time I worked at a frenetic pace and finished about 600-700 names in one night and one day” he told Firstpost While pursuing his undergraduate degree Inchalwar completed an MS-CIT course which he said was the reason a friend asked him to help the bank enter the data Farmers’ account information he said was “given to temporary workers in the form of hard copies” and they had to enter the data into the computerised system Inchalwar was paid Rs 6 for every name although he was initially told that he would earn Rs 10 for the task But given the pace at which the data entry was to be completed the process resulted in large-scale errors Sudhir Tathe a former contractual employee of the bank is now temporarily helping it correct these errors Tathe runs a private computer centre in Pandharkawda Representational image AFP Inchalwar and Tathe represent cogs at the business end of the mechanism While they helped us make sense of the nuts and bolts of the operation others like 26-year-old Amol Jiddewar of Nagpur who holds a Bachelor’s degree in commerce and has studied C++ a computer programming language and who was YDCC bank’s go-to person for the entire data entry process in Pandharkawda described how the system itself became infected Jiddewar said the government had set an “extremely difficult” deadline for the bank branch where he worked – keying in details of about 7500 applications in just three days This was after the government sent a list to the bank on 13 October With 66 columns to be filled each name took around 15 minutes on an average Eleven people were hired by thebank for this task and work went on nearly round the clock for three to four days he told us The freelancers were asked to fill the first 46 columns while they were asked to write ‘N/A’ (not applicable) in the rest of them However given that 11 people worked on the same data set simultaneously the scope of error took on virulent proportions On the online forms provided by the government serial numbers of columns and the headings assigned to them were different for different computers in some cases Therefore merging of data from different computers was a challenge and often large parts of it had to be done manually according to Jiddewar Some errors were inserted owing to a plain oversight The data handed over by banks to the temporary workers were in the form of hard copies written by hand In cases where the same person held multiple loan accounts a missing “Same as Above” (—-ll—-) sign led to mistakes Jiddewar said An example of such an error is below: Name Loan amount ABC 123 —-ll—- 456 789 XYZ 1011 Here if the person entering the data failed to notice that a “Same as Above” sign was missing in the third row chances that the name DEF would be entered instead of ABC would be high As a result ABC with three loan accounts in her/his name would have been recorded as having only two and DEF with just one loan account would have been recorded as having two loan accounts And all the subsequent names and loan amounts to follow would become mixed up It is instructive to consider that while there are only two columns shown above there were 66 columns in the actual form Further when temporary workers finished one page of a list they were required to write ‘completed’ on top of the page However if a freelancer failed to do this it was quite likely one of his colleagues would be assigned the same sheet again to process data leading to multiple entries “Given the complexity of the data involved and the limited time at hand it was no wonder so many mistakes happened” Jiddewar said “One cannot say for sure who is to blame for the confusion that has arisen But it has caused difficulties to everyone concerned – farmers bank officials as well as people like us” “Difficulty” is putting it mildly What this unravelling exemplifies is a schism that cleaves the fundamental nature of a scheme such as the one launched by Fadnavis; where a set of cascading missteps ill-informed decisions political constraints and just plain daftness of the banks has undone what is essentially a sound policy Click any of the following links to read earlier stories from the series on Maharashtra’s farm loan waiver: Maharashtra loan waiver: Devendra Fadnavis admits goof up says scheme on till ‘every eligible farmer included’ Maharashtra loan waiver: Latur farmers get SMS from banks postcards from Fadnavis but money’s nowhere Senior bureaucrat VK Gautam shunted to finance in fallout over Maharashtra government’s bungled loan waiver scheme Maharashtra loan waiver: Devendra Fadnavis govt must file FIR against banks for bungling says Prithviraj Chavan Maharashtra loan waiver: How banks undid Fadnavis’ pet plan forcing him to delink Aadhaar from disbursal Maharashtra loan waiver scheme: Fudged Aadhaar data technical errors make wait for farmers longerYavatmal: Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis’Written by Rajeev Khanna | Dehradun | Published: July 28, 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