October 8, 2020

B2V3: DDC Kupwara inaugurates Skill Institute, chairs function at Block Sogam

Kupwara: Under Back to Village Phase 3rd (B2V3), District Development Commissioner (DDC), Kupwara, Anshul Garg Wednesday inaugurated Skill Training Institute and Chaired Public Darbar at Sogam block.
The Institute provides multiple vocational training courses including Fashion Designing and Plumber courses. It was informed that the first batch of 20 female trainees have completed the course of Fashion Designing.
On the occasion, the DDC interacted with the female trainees who put forth several demands before him, he directed the Superintendent ITI Kupwara( Nodal Officer for Skill Development) to submit a proposal for establishment of Skill Institutes at the demanded places.
He stressed upon the concerned to tie up the artisans with Entrepreneurship Development Institute for proper financing of their businesses. Regarding, setting up of additional courses, the DDC directed the concerned officer to identify and introduce different trades in the Institute as per market demand.
Later on, the DDC chaired a Public Darbar under B2V3 of Panchayat Halqa Sogam-C at Agriculture Complex Sogam. During the function, BDC Chairperson Sogam and concerned Sarpanch apprised the DDC about various issues and put forth their demands.
The DDC passed on spot directions to the concerned officers for resolving the issues raised by the PRIs.
The DDC directed the concerned to ensure availability of adequate buffer stock of transformers for the sub division within 10 days at the disposal of SDM for their utilization during the winter season.
The DDC directed the SDM to ensure availability of essential kits including drugs and other supplies in the SDH Sogam.
Regarding allocation of more playgrounds, DDC asked the BDC Chairperson to identify the land and propose for developing playfields in the area.
While addressing the function, the DDC asked the people to take maximum benefit of the ambitious Back to Village programme and get themselves registered under various welfare schemes of the Government like Pension Yojna and PM Kissan.
He stressed upon the PRIs to utilize the recently allocated amount of Rs.10 lakh in the optimal development of their respective panchayat haqas.
The DDC also distributed Baby Packs among the beneficiaries at the function.
Meanwhile, B2V3 was on Wednesday conducted at all 128 panchayats of Kupwara district .

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