Plan review meeting held at Pulwama

GK NEWS NETWORK

Pulwama, Jan 7: District Development Commissioner, Pulwama, Shafat Noor convened a meeting of officers here today to review achievements the district has made in various sectors.
 Officers from different departments including Agriculture, Horticulture, Forest, Industries, Handloom, Handicrafts, Social Welfare and Self Employment attended the meeting, an official statement said.
 The schemes under implementation in various sectors were discussed threadbare and it was resolved that the set targets under these sectors shall be achieved in full.
 It was given out in the meeting that under the Saffron Mission in Agriculture sector against the target of 3200 hectares, 1014 hec were rejuvenated, while the production of saffron has been recorded as 96 quintals valuing Rs. 144 crore.
 The meeting was informed that under the Industries Sector, 73 Income Generating Units were established providing employment to 374 unemployed educated youth of the district.
 It was disclosed in the meeting that under Self Employment, Rs. 238 lakh are being spent and 209 self employment cases stand sanctioned during the year up to December, 2012.
 During the review of the Social Welfare Sector, it was given out in the meeting that under nutrition sector, Rs. 365.10 lakh are being spent for covering 36099 children from age group of six months to six years besides 4956 nursing mothers, 6195 pregnant women and 13584 adolescent girls covered under nutrition and health care facilities.
 The meeting was informed that 75 Gujjar and Bakerwal inmates are being provided free lodging and boarding in Pulwama, while 5800 Gujjar and Bakerwal students are being covered under scholarship schemes and out of Rs. 52.24 lakhs, Rs. 44.52 lakhs have been expended.
 The District Development Commissioner stressed upon the officers to work with dedication and honesty so that the targets are achieved in full within the given time frame.

Lastupdate on : Mon, 7 Jan 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 7 Jan 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Tue, 8 Jan 2013 00:00:00 IST




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