Advisor Farooq Khan releases evaluation study of JKSCSTBCDC
Convenes public interaction programme in Jammu
JAMMU : Advisor to Lieutenant Governor, Farooq Khan, today released evaluation study of Jammu and Kashmir Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes & Backward Classes Development Corporation (JKSCSTBCDC) which was the third party evaluation/impact assessment of schemes of the Corporation done by the Central University of Jammu.
Vice Chancellor Central University, Jammu, Ashok Aima and Managing Director JKSCSTBCDC, Dr. Bharat Bhushan along with senior office bearers of Central University and JKSCSTBCDC were present in the function.
Advisor complimented the Corporation for their efforts and achievements saying that the Universities should work like idea generating factory rather than degree manufacturing hub. He advised the Corporation to organise loan fairs in far flung areas where the people hailing from SC, ST and BC communities can take advantage of the developmental schemes. He also asked them to involve local panchayats for better results.
MD JKSCSTBCDC informed that the Corporation has provided loans worth Rs. 28 crore besides recovering Rs. 12 crore last year. Moreover a Single Window System has also been launched for the larger interest of the beneficiaries, he added.
The program was jointly organised by Central University of Jammu and JKSCSTBCDC.
Earlier, Advisor Khan convened a public interaction programme in Jammu in which different delegations and individuals apprised him of their problems.
Various delegations and individuals hailing from different districts including Kathua, Rajouri, Reasi, Doda, Samba, Kishtwar and Udhampur called on the Advisor and informed him about their demands and issues related to road connectivity, water supply, power supply, JDA issues, relief compensation, liabilities and lanes and drains .
Advisor assured them that their demands and problems would be looked into for an early redressal.
He passed on the spot directions for redressal of several public grievances and directed the officers to maintain close liaison with the local population so that their grievances are redressed at the earliest.
Advisor took stock of the grievances pertaining to his departments and issued on the spot instructions to the concerned officers to take immediate measures for addressing the same.
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