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Com /Secy School Education reviews developmental activities
8/24/2019 10:09:03 PM
Early Times Report

Udhampur, Aug 24: Commissioner Secretary to Government School Education Department, Sarita Chauhan reviewed the achievements made under key sectors in this District, here at a meeting.
She is incharge Secretary for Udhampur district to monitor the Developmental works and other related issues.
At the outset, District Development Commissioner Dr Piyush Singla gave a detailed power point presentation on the physical and financial achievements in the key sectors.
Senior Superintendent of Police, Rajiv Omparkash Pandey, Director School Education, Jammu Anuradha Gupta, Director Samagra, Arun Manhas, Additional District Development Commissioner, Ashok Kumar, GM DIC, Suram Chand Sharma, CEO PDA, Pran Singh, CEO MDA, Nagender Jamwal, PO ICDS, Rimpy Ohri, Chief Panning Officer, Rajeev Bhushan, SE R&B Des Raj Bhagat, SE PMGSY, Manzoor Ahmed, ACD, Neelam Khajuria, ACR, Viqar Giri besides other district officers of all departments were present in the meeting.
The DDC apprised that mega projects including Pollution Abatement of Holy River Devika, at the cost of Rs 186.74 Cr, Ropeway Project Patnitop & Mantalai (Yoga Convention Centre), National Highway, Sports Stadium Udhampur and Ramnagar, Solid Waste Management Project Mand & Waste Disposal through Heat, 250 Kg/ hr at Sui-Jakhar (Udhampur), Food Park Chenani, etc are going on and progress on these projects is at different stages.
The CEO Patnitop Development Authority (PDA) briefed about the status of Gandola project and convention center at Mantalai. Secretary urged the executing agencies to expedite the work and put these facilities to use immediately.
While reviewing NHW, she asked the concerned authority to complete the project work on priority. The NHAI authorities informed that the four laning upto Chenani is expected to complete by July 2020.
About education sector, the meeting was informed that 22 middle Schools have been upgraded to High School whereas 13 High School have been upgraded to Higher Secondary School in the district.
Responding to the issue of shortage of teaching staff, the Secretary directed the Director School Education Jammu to go for rationalization of staff in consultation with Deputy Commissioner to meet out the shortage.
The meeting was further informed that all the households have been electrified in the district and augmentation of transformers is required.
The chair laid stress on mobilization of community and PRIs through awareness programmes so that people can come forward and take the benefits of Govt Schemes under Handloom, Handicraft, Agriculture, Horticulture, fisheries etc.
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