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DDC Shopian reviews implementation of ongoing developmental schemes

CrossTown News 2018-08-09 20:45:22

SHOPIAN, AUGUST 09: District Development Commissioner Shopian, Owais Ahmed today stressed on the effective monitoring of schemes and programmes being implemented at the ground level so that the benefits reach to the masses of the district at the earliest.

The DDC said this while chairing a meeting with the officers of the Department to review its functioning and the activities being carried out for the betterment of the general masses.

He said that the plan for the holistic development in the district needs to be effectively executed. Among others, the meeting was attended by Additional Deputy Commissioner, Parvaiz Sajad Ganai, Chief Planning Officer, and concerned District/Sectoral officers.

Addressing the meeting, the DDC asked for ensuring completion of all projects within given time frame and to effectively utilize the funds allocated for various development projects.

“All the ongoing works should be expedited for providing better facilities to the masses of the district. Close monitoring of these works also need to be done to ensure that things are moving in right direction”, the DDC added.

A detailed discussion was made on various schemes which are being implemented for the upliftment of these schemes and progammes.

Under various activities are taken up including the establishment of Cluster Tribal Model Villages, Milk Villages, Health sector, skill development, agriculture sector, tourism sector, forest sector etc.

The DDC discussed briefly all the activities and their impact on the ground with details of funds received and expenditure incurred so far. He asked for putting in sincere efforts in benefitting the whole population with all the schemes/programmes that are being specially designed for these people.

He asked the concerned to submit a brief note to his office regarding the progress they have made so far.

DDC Shopian reviews implementation of ongoing developmental schemes