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DDC Shopian reviews progress under District Capex plan 2021-22

DDC Shopian reviews progress under District Capex plan 2021-22
SHOPIAN, JANUARY 28: To review the physical and financial status of the works taken up under District Capex Plan, 2021-22, the District Development Commissioner (DDC) Shopian, Sachin Kumar Vaishya today chaired a meeting of all Sectoral/District Officers at Conference Hall of the Mini Secretariat Arhama, here.
On the occasion, the sector wise status and details of the physical targets achieved till date under the district capex plan 2021-22 was put forth before the chair by the Chief Planning Officer.
The DDC directed the officers to ensure 75 percent expenditure under PHE, PDD, R&B, Education, Health, MGNREGA, PMGSY, NRLM, Fisheries Handicrafts, YSS, Labour, Social Welfare, ICDS and other sectors, besides under DDC, BDC and PRI grants.
Speaking on the occasion, the DDC asked the officers of all line departments to work with added zeal and dedication to further improve the public delivery system.
Vaishya said that the performance of all departments is now measurable as per the parameters of Good Governance index on certain sectors and selected indicators, besides quantity and quality of every work is being monitored to check the performance to ensure efficient and prompt public delivery system.
The DDC directed the officers to work in a coordinated manner with line departments to achieve development goals well in time. He stressed on authorities to take all possible measures to accelerate the pace of ongoing works for their time-bound completion.
Taking serious note of poor performance shown by some departments, the DDC asked them to improve their performance. He cautioned them that if they fail to improve performance, shall be dealt strictly as per law.
The DDC further directed the concerned officers to ensure that necessary benefits under different social security schemes and welfare programs percolate down to the last beneficiary of the district.
The DDC directed for conducting periodical review of the RDD sector so that set targets are achieved within stipulated time.
He hailed the performance of PDD, R&B, PHE and MC who played a pivotal role and worked hard and shoulder to shoulder with the District Administration for restoring essential services amid snowfall in the district.
The meeting among others was attended by Chief Planning Officer, Shopian, Chief Medical Officer, Chief Education Officer, Assistant Commissioner, Development, Ex. Engineers and other District/ Sectoral Officers.

 

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