DC Ramban reviews functioning of Rural Development Department

 

RAMBAN : Deputy Commissioner (DC) Ramban, Mussarat Islam today reviewed the functioning of Panchyati Raj and Rural Development Department besides taking stock of estimation of the works approved under DDC, BDC and PRI Grants for the financial year 2021-22 in the district.

ACD, Zameer Ahmed Rishu, ACR, Dherinder Sharma, CPO, Dr. Kasturi Lal, DPO Sunil Bhutyal, ACP, Swarn Singh, Executive Engineer REW, BDOs, Engineers and technical staff of the RDD also attended the meeting.India Education | Latest Education News…

The DC directed the Engineers and technical staff to complete the estimation of works approved under Area Development Funds of DDC, BDC and PRI Grants within prescribed timeline. He also directed the BDO to achieve 100% target of timely payments besides ensuring AADHAR seeding of 100% Job cards and achieving the target of 90% within five days.

The DC also directed the Executive Engineer to complete the tendering process and other formalities including Technical Sanction, Administrative Approval, pre and post photographs of all sanctioned Projects of the RDD sector and execution of the projects of public importance.

During the meeting a threadbare discussion was also held on physical and financial achievements made by the departments under various flagship schemes including MGNREGA, PMAY-G, 14th FC, SBM-G, 15th FC, V2B3, GPDP and necessary directions were passed to the concerned to achieve tangible results.

The DC directed the BDOs to take the list of defunct hand pumps from concerned PRIs to further submit it to the Executive Engineer, Ground Water Division Jammu for rejuvenation of the same.

He also directed to keep in consideration all the requisite health advisories and SOPs at work sites.

The BDOs were asked to encourage the youth to register themselves with Youth Volunteer Clubs being formulated at Panchayat level to channelize the energy of youth for their personality development and development of the nation.

 

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