Make coordinated efforts for empowerment of youth: DDC Anantnag

ANANTNAG : The District Development Commissioner (DDC) Anantnag, Dr. Piyush Singla today directed the concerned officers to make coordinated efforts for engagement and empowerment of youth through various key initiatives of the government.
The DDC said this while taking a comprehensive review of the progress made by the district in Mission Youth, Forest Rights Act, Tribal Survey, District Capex, Back to Village, Languishing and other priority sectors and programmes besides action taken report on the public grievances.
Calling these sectors as top priorities of administration, the DDC impressed upon the officers to expedite the work so that desirable results are achieved in a time bound manner.
On the occasion, Dr. Singla laid special emphasis on youth oriented initiatives like livelihood generation scheme Mumkin, formation of youth clubs etc which are being taken under Mission Youth Programme. He stressed for development of tourist villages having potential for agriculture, handloom, handicraft etc tourism and the subsequent training and hand holding of the local youth in tourism sector.
Directions were passed to the concerned to compile and forward the claims received under Forest Rights Act besides expediting the pace of migratory/nomadic survey for overall benefit of the tribal population in the district.
While reviewing the status of toilets on Yatra routes, the DDC directed for working in mission mode for installing the public utilities at important locations. He also called for proper coordination among RDD, Revenue and other departments for prompt settlement of their land, ROW and other issues.
Dr. Singla issued instructions for 100 percent provision of water connections to AWCs and schools in near future. The concerned were directed to resolve the issues being faced in this regard.
Taking stock of B2V works, the DDC exhorted for completing the tendering and allotment process so that they are completed within stipulated time frame. Since there are many works identified in each Panchayat, their completion is pivotal for overall development and welfare of rural areas, he remarked.
Stress was also laid for preparing the remaining estimates under District Capex and monitoring the execution of those works on ground besides enhancing the speed of work in Languishing Projects.
Terming the grievance resolution as one of the top most priorities of Lieutenant Governor, Dr. Singla enjoined upon the officers to promptly reply all grievances received through LGs Portal or reported in media and routed through Information Department. The replies, responses and action taken reports should be factual and depicting real position on ground, he added.
During the proceedings, threadbare discussions were held to work out practicable ways and modalities for achieving palpable progress on these vital sectors and initiatives.
The meeting was attended by ADDC, ADCs, SEs of PWD, PDD and Hydraulic alongwith Exens, SDMs, ACD, ACP, ACR, DFOs, Tehsildars, BDOs, DPO, Exen REW alongwith AEEs, DYSSO and other concerned officers.

Comments are closed.