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DDC Doda reviews implementation of developmental deliverables

Directs departments to ensure cent percent saturation of prescribed parameters

DODA, June 07: District Development Commissioner (DDC) Doda, Vikas Sharma on Tuesday chaired a meeting to review the progress and implementation of developmental deliverables aiming to ensure holistic and equitable development in the district.


The meeting discussed in detail the achievements under various deliverables till date.

At the outset, the deliverables under the Social Welfare department, like regular monitoring of Nari Neketans, old age homes and operationalisation of One Stop Centre in the District was reviewed in detail. The meeting was informed that one Nari Neketan is functional in the district with 23 girl inmates.

The DSWO informed that one old age home has been sanctioned for the district and nine NGOs have shown interest in response to the tenders floated through e- anudhan portal. It was further informed that One Stop Centre has already been opened in the district.


With regard to the creation of barrier free access of key government offices for physically challenged persons, the DDC instructed the officers to take necessary steps in this regard .


Regarding visible Anganwadi Centres DDC directed PO, ICDS to submit geo- coordinates of all 1396 Anganwadi Centres with latest photographs. He asked to start with the face-lifting of 10 Anganwadi Centres as per the norms set by the department. On ADHAAR saturation, it was informed that 85% of the students under the School Education Department and 40% of children in Anganwadi Centres have been enrolled. The DDC directed both the departments to take it to full saturation in fifteen days.


On timely desilting of canals, the house was informed that all 43 functional canals have been de-silted in the last two months.

On Chinar Plantation drive, the concerned officer informed that procurement of Chinar saplings from Kashmir has been initiated. For the enforcement of mandatory Pollution Control checking of vehicles, it was informed that an extensive PUC checking drive was conducted by MVD and 33 vehicles found plying without PUC were challaned.


Regarding Skill Development, it was revealed that 80 trainees are under OJT in Associated Hospital GMC Doda.


The meeting constituted a Committee headed by GM DIC Doda to file a detailed report and suggest a road map for meeting Skill gaps and skilling of beneficiaries.


The deliverables under the School Education Department were also discussed in detail. It was given out that vocational training under Samagra Shiksha is being imparted to students in 28 Higher Secondary and High Schools in the district, while 4000 teachers have been imparted online training through NISHTHA app under Nipun Bharat. It was further informed that study material(Teaching, Learning Materials) has been issued to all the schools.


The implementation of campaigns like Padhy Ga Bharat Tabhi tu Bhady Ga Bharat, Beeti Anmol, My School My Pride, Mentoring Students through STEER app and Digital Bharat was also reviewed by the chair.

It was further informed that three Centres for financial Literacy (CFLs) and 27 Customer Sales Points (CSP) have been established in the district by LMD.


The PWD department was asked to put up proper signages on the waysides for the convenience of the commuters.


For enforcement of punctuality, the officers were asked to switch over to Biometric attendance in their offices within one week and submit the compliance report. The Social Welfare department was asked to ensure that all the NGOs are registered on the designated portal. The department was also directed to distribute the available motorised tricycles among identified beneficiaries.


The PO, ICDS was asked to complete rationalisation of Anganwadi Centres within one week, while the Legal Metrology department was asked to inspect all petrol pumps and ensure availability of toilets and safe drinking water besides, quality fuel. Further all the departments were directed to furnish a list of immovable assets within one week along with their usage.


The DC also directed to increase the enrollment under Ayushman Bharat PM-JAY SEHAT scheme from 69% to 100% to benefit the maximum number of eligible persons. The Floriculture Officer was asked to spread awareness on creation and management of home gardens.

Use of High Security Number Plate on the vehicles, Clean air programme, City Resource Mobilization, Clean water Bodies plan, Immunization of livestock, creation of Model Tribal Schools, Litter and Garbage free roads towards tourist spots, City Parks and Gardens Rejuvenation plan, Social Security schemes, Self Employment Generation Schemes, Plastic free tourist spots, Installation of Hoardings and banners depicting major individual benefit schemes, Digital village plan, JJM, Intramural Sports Tournaments, College level and University Level Championships, District Sports Plan, Digital Village Plan, Self Employment Plan, Promotion of Biogas, Measures to reduce Transformer damages, ODOP, Administrative Audit of ULBs, Panchayats and Government Offices, identification of Amrit Sarovar Sites, Financial Inclusion measures, Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav events, Establishment of CSCs in Tribal areas, Aapdah Mitre etc were also discussed in the meeting.


The DDC directed the departments to prioritize implementation of these departmental deliverables so that targets are achieved in time with tangible results on the ground. He directed them to redouble their efforts to ensure cent percent saturation of all parameters given under the deliverables programme.


The DDC directed the officers to work on deliverables in their respective jurisdiction as per the timelines given and work in a convergence mode to yield best results at ground level.

The meeting was attended by Additional District Development Commissioner, Additional Deputy Commissioner, GM DIC, PO ICDS, CPO, SE PWD, SE Jal Shakti, SE PDD, ACR, ACD, ACP, Dy Director Employment, CEO, CAO, CHO, CAHO, AMO, DIO DIPR, DIO NIC, AD Employment, AD Handloom/ Handicrafts, and AD Food civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, EO MC Doda, EO MC Bhaderwah, Ex Ens besides other district and sectoral officers.



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