Like our Facebook Page

Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
Breaking News :   No breather for Delhi-NCR yet, air quality remains in 'very poor' category | Ayodhya case: Hindu Mahasabha to file review petition against SC decision to give 5-acre land to Muslim side | Supreme Court agrees to hear Hyderabad encounter case on December 11 | Montessorie organizes 5th Adventure Picnic | T-20 friendship championship to start from Dec 10 | Detained netas were using phones for 'over fortnight!' | Babus for 'no transparency' in functioning of Deptts | Central grants for West Pakistan refugees deliberately made to lapse by JK's successive regimes | Number of cancer patients swell in JK but few gets financial assistance of Govt schemes | Administration mulls for separation of prosecution from J&K Police | Pak stooges maintain silence over cold blooded murder of innocents | Illegal constructions in flood zone areas unabated in Poonch, Rajouri | PO ICDS Kishtwar organises walkathon to promote PMMVY | 25 animals rescued, vehicles seized in Thanamandi | Man held with desi liquor, lahaan in Bambla | Advisor Sharma to hear public grievances on Dec 10 at Srinagar | Two thieves nabbed, stolen animals recovered | BDC Chairpersons of Chenab Valley blames bureaucracy as hurdles for strengthening of PRIs at grass root level in J&K | Rahul stoops low | Horticulture for Rural Prosperity | DDC Shopian reviews functioning of JNV Aglar | Khel Gaon Nagrota will prove game changer for JK sports: DG Sports | Gita Jayanti celebrated | CITU demands implementation of labour laws | Swachhta Pakhwada observed | LWWS stages nukkad on "Importance of Blood Donation" | Aspire Library bags India Icon Award | Free ortho camp organized | Panther Women meeting held | Director ISM discusses issues pertaining to health, medicine | Drugs Control officers conduct raids at pharmacy shops | Awareness programme under GOKUL mission organized in Poonch | Drivers protest against Uma cement industry | KVK Reasi showcases Farm Technologies | Advisor Sharma visits Udyog Bhavan, reviews preparations for Global Investors Summit | DC Srinagar takes firsthand appraisal of issues stalling expansion of Parimpora-Narbal stretch of Srinagar-Baramulla national highway | PO ICDS Kishtwar organises walkathon to promote PMMVY | Health checkup camp organized in Dai Chack village | Army organizes cross country league | NMC demands removal of pay anomalies | AM Hyundai organizes Free Car Care Clinic camp | Natrang stages Urdu play 'Aab e Hayaat' | Excise Deptt, SMDA flag off anti drug cyclothon to Surinsar | Demand for woollen items increases at "Sunday market" as temperature dips in valley | Two thieves nabbed, stolen animals recovered | Man held with desi liquor, lahaan in Bambla | 25 animals rescued, vehicles seized in Thanamandi | Don't fall prey to false propaganda of opposition on Article 370: Sham | Health Sub Centre Balnoi building in shambles, being used as Cowshed | Chairman, MD NHPC visit projects | Ex legislator starts upgradation works of Park | Elected Panchayat members' agitation enters sixth day | DB issues directions to Govt for effective publicity of IMC regulations | SKUAST-TAJ demands enhancement in retirement age | CITU demands implementation of labour laws | Dir Agri inspects various farmer welfare field activities | Back Issues  
news details
DDC reviews progress of PMGSY projects
9/17/2019 9:09:27 PM
Early Times Report
Kathua, Sept 17: District Development Commissioner, Dr. Raghav Langer today reviewed physical and financial progress under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) projects, here at a meeting.
Land compensation cases, progress of forest land transfer cases, alignment issues, submission of red accounts & status of PMGSY-II and PMGSY-III in the district were discussed in detail.
The meeting was attended by CPO, Uttam Singh, DFO Kathua, Rahul Singh, DFO Basohli, Ashwani Kumar, XEN PMGSY, Z A Shapoo besides AEEs, JEs of PMGSY Department.
It was informed that against 122 sanctioned Schemes 46 have been completed connecting 202 habitations and achieving length of 383 Kms in PMGSY Div. Billawar.
Similarly, in respect of PMGSY Div Kathua, against 134 sanctioned Schemes, 66 have been completed connecting 104 habitations and achieving a length of 292 Kms.
Forest land transfer issues were also deliberated in the meeting. The concerned DFOs and Executive Engineers, PMGSY were enjoined upon to follow the forest land transfer cases closely and ensure that these are settled before October 31, 2019.
The DDC impressed upon the Engineers to personally visit the work sites to ensure that quality parameters and time line in execution of the projects are adhered to.
Meanwhile, the meeting was informed that DPRs of roads under PMGSY-II stands submitted to STA for scrutiny. The DDC exhorted upon the officers to work with zeal and dedication for achieving the timelines for completion of the projects. The XENs were directed to impose the liquidated damages to the defaulting contactors.
DDC also asked the Executive Engineer, PMGSY to construct one road of 2-5 KM length having 10-12 % of shredded plastic so that plastic waste can be recycled.
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
Early Times Android App
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
Train Enquiry
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center