620 creche centres run through 114 NGOs in JK!
Rs 42 Lakh Spend On Each Crčche: Minister
Jammu, Dec 7: Under Rajiv Gandhi National Creche Schemes, the social welfare department has spend Rs 103.35 lakhs by giving it to 114 NGOs to run 620 creche centres in Jammu and Kashmir.
This was disclosed by Officers of the Jammu and Kashmir Social Welfare Board today at a meeting held under the Chairmanship of Minister for Social Welfare Department, Sakina Itoo here.
“The government spends Rs 42, 384 lakh on each creche annually for yielding better results for which they have been created,” an official statement said.
“111 new Crčche Centres have been sanctioned during the current financial year. 30 Family Counselling Centres are also functional while 208 awareness generation programmes have been conducted in the State.”
Giving out financial achievements, Itoo was informed that under Rajiv Gandhi National Creche Scheme Rs.103.35 lakhs have been spent so far while under Condensed Course for Education,Rs.11.18 lakhs, on Family Counselling Centers Rs.04.05 lakhs and under Awareness Generation programme Rs.4.05 lakhs has beam spent till ending Novernment,2012.
She was also told that under Condensed Course of Education, the J&K Social Welfare Board is running 17 Centres through various NGO’s and accordingly an amount of Rs.15.80 lakh have been released to the NGO’s for running these courses.
The meeting was attended among others by Secretary, J&K Social Welfare Board Gazenfar Ali and other officers of the Board.
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