Panel formed for registration of births, deaths in J&K
Post by M Peerzada on Saturday, April 29, 2023
Srinagar, April 28: The Jammu and Kashmir Government on Friday constituted UT Level Inter-Departmental Coordination Committee and District Level Inter-Departmental Coordination Committees for registration of births and deaths in J&K.
According to an order issued by General Administration Department J&K , the UT-level committee is headed by Administrative Secretary, Planning, Development & Monitoring Department, the members of the committee include Administrative Secretary or Representative not below the rank of Additional Secretary, Housing & Urban Development Department, Administrative Secretary/ Representative not below the rank of Additional Secretary, RD&PRD, Administrative Secretary/Representative not below the rank of Additional Secretary, Health & Medical Education Department, Director Census Operations, J&K/Representative, Director General, Economics & Statistics, J&K (Chief Registrar, (Births & Deaths), Commissioner Municipal Corporation, Jammu/Srinagar, Regional Director (E&S), (Additional Chief Registrar, Births & Deaths), Jammu Kashmir, Director Rural Development Jammu/Kashmir, Director, Health Services, Jammu/ Kashmir and Director, Urban Local Bodies, Jammu/Kashmir.
The UT level committee has been tasked to ensure smooth implementation of the civil registration system and to bring inter-departmental coordination of departments engaged in civil registration to resolve the operational problems affecting the registration work.
The committee will also discuss and resolve issues that require intervention at the top level and coordinate, unify and supervise the work of registration for securing an efficient system of registration. It has also been tasked with any other issues for smooth implementation in Jammu & Kashmir and to convene meeting(s) at UT Level at least once in a year.
Similarly, as per the order the District level Inter-Departmental Coordination Committee(s) would be headed by concerned Deputy Commissioner as Chairman and its members include Additional Deputy Commissioner, Chief Medical Officer (District Registrar, Births & Member, District Statistics & Evaluation Officer District Registrar, Births & Deaths), BDOs Chief Executive Officer (Registrar) Cantonment Board Badamibagh Srinagar/Satwari Jammu, Executive Officer (Registrar) concerned Council /Municipalities, Health Officer Jammu/Srinagar (Registrar) Municipal Corporation Jammu/Srinagar, the order reads.
The District level Inter-Departmental Coordination Committee(s) have been tasked to ensure smooth implementation of Civil Registration System, bring interdepartmental co-ordination of departments engaged in civil registration to resolve the operational problems affecting the registration work.
It will also discuss and resolve issues which require intervention at the top level.
“Co-ordinate, unify and supervise the work of registration for securing an efficient system of registration; any other issues for smooth implementation in the districts; and to convene quarterly meeting(s) at District Level,” the order said.