Training camp on planning, management of IAY held
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Feb 16: Government Regional Rural Extension Training Centre, today organized “ToT Training Camp on Planning and Management of Indira Awaas Yojna” at Block headquarters Barnoti (Kathua) for the field staff of Bloc.
Block Development Officer, Junior Engineers, Work Supervisors, Panchayat Inspector, Gram Sevaks, MPWs, Nehru Yuva Volunteers and Gram Sabha Members attended the camp.
In his inaugural address, Principal Regional Rural Extension Training Centre, B. K. Pandita said that provision of housing for all the houseless rural poor has become a major challenge and is thus given priority by the authorities.
For living dignified life adequate housing with the minimum basic requirement is essential, he said adding that effective implementation of Indira Awaas Yojna for providing shelter to houseless rural poor depends on proper coordination among different implementing agencies and proper planning and management of the scheme. Proper awareness of the Flagship Scheme will help in achieving the ‘National Goal’ of providing housing facility and house sites for better living of rural houseless/shelterless masses, he said.
Thereafter the guest faculty R. K. Koul, B. L. Koul besides the Principal delivered the lectures on different topics of the training programme like ‘National Housing and Habitat Policy’, ‘Working Group Recommendation on Housing’ and ‘Low Cost Technology’ and latest ‘IAY Guidelines’.
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