Mumkin scheme: DC Shopian discusses modalities for execution of CLG programme


SHOPIAN: The District Development Commissioner (DDC) Shopian, Sachin Kumar Vaishya today chaired the maiden meeting of District Level Implementation Committee (DLIC) to discuss modalities for the implementation of Customized Livelihood Generation (CLG) Scheme- “Mumkin” in the district at Mini Secretariat here.

At the outset, the Assistant Labour Commissioner apprised the meeting that a list of eligible unemployed youth has been framed after they filed applications online. He said the same will be submitted for sanctioning to higher authorities after the approval by the DLIC.

It was given out in the meeting that around 41 applications were received from the beneficiaries submitted through online mode, out of which 29 have been approved and the rest are under process.

He informed that under this scheme eligible youth of J&K shall be encouraged to start a sustainable livelihood in the transport sector by providing financial assistance for purchase of small commercial vehicles like load carriers, taxis, mini bus, light commercial vehicles, tempo and other modes of transportation of similar nature under public carrier permit.

The DDC called upon the members to create mass awareness about the scheme so that eligible candidates can avail its benefits. Besides, he directed the concerned to ensure error free compilation of all applications fulfilling all the criteria conditions before approval for further sanctioning.

The meeting was attended by Lead District Manager, Gh Mohammad Dar, Assistant Labour Commissioner, Abdul Majid Tantray and other concerned.