Develop quality HR: DDC
Srinagar, May 1: District Development Commissioner Srinagar, Me’raj Ahmed Kakroo, today underscored the need for developing quality human resource in Kashmir.
“Our ultimate goal is the development of quality human resource which can play a vital role in providing education to the students so that they can compete with their counterparts anywhere in the world,” Me’raj Kakroo said while addressing a meeting convened to discuss and review the implementations of various educational schemes and the need of providing quality education in the Valley.
DDC asked the officials to remove bottlenecks and develop professionalism which would benefit the education system. He assured the participants that funds regarding the schemes would be allotted as soon as the work on the ground begins.
Me’raj Kakroo also asked the officials to come up with a structure, which could be applied in no time and formulate requisite committees at Zonal, Block and Grameen levels for implementing the educational schemes. As such 800 youth of Nehru Yuva Kendra (NYK) would conduct a survey for identifying different age groups of illiterate and dropouts to implement the scheme in a positive way, he added.
Member Secretary of district committee, Syed Ajaz Qalandar, briefed the meeting about various objectives of the schemes including SALMA, NLMA and Saakhshar Bharat Mission.
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