B2V4- Round first concludes across 76 panchayats of Doda district on a high note
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B2V4- Round first concludes across 76 panchayats of Doda district on a high note

Visiting officers review developmental activities, impart awareness about digital, other initiatives

Post by RK News on Sunday, October 30, 2022

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Doda, Oct 29: The round first of fourth phase of the ambitious Back to Village Program concluded on Saturday in District Doda at a high note. As many as 76 officers including some senior secretariat level officers stayed for two days and one night at their allotted villages.
The whole programme is being personally monitored and supervised by the District Development Commissioner, Vishesh Paul Mahajan.
The officers visited different Government establishments/ offices and reviewed their performance. The officers also reviewed the progress under the government schemes and developmental deliverables specified by the UT administration.
They also assessed the saturation of ADHAAR Card, Golden Health Cards, E-SHRAM card, KCC, Domicile, distribution of Land Pass books, and Old age/ Widow/ Handicapped pension.
Cultural programmes, pledge on NashaMukt Bharat Abhiyan and Swach Gaon Sundar Gaon, Sports activities especially indigenous rural games, and other activities added a festive look to the day long programme.
The visiting officers conducted the special audit of MGNREGA, PMAY, IHHL, CSCs, Amrit Sarovars and other schemes. They also held MahilaSabhas and Bal Sabhas and interacted with them. The officers also inaugurated/dedicated to the public various rural assets and infrastructure. They talked of self employment schemes sponsored by various government organisations/ departments and distributed Sanctioned letters to the beneficiaries under PMEGP and other such schemes. Besides, during the 2nd day, Land passbooks were distributed among land holders, while Golden Health Cards, Domicile certificates and E- Shram cards were also distributed among beneficiaries.
Visiting Officers received overwhelming response from the people during the first round of Back to Village phase-4 programme.

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