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Principal Secretary HUDD holds interaction with Presidents of Municipal Councils, Committees of Jammu division
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Principal Secretary HUDD holds interaction with Presidents of Municipal Councils, Committees of Jammu division

Principal Secretary, Housing & Urban Development Department (HUDD), Dheeraj Gupta, today chaired an interactive meeting held with the Presidents of Municipal Councils and Committees of Jammu division.   Dheeraj Gupta took stock of issues and concerns raised by the Presidents during the interaction. He assured speedy redressal of their issues in accordance with the rules.   He reaffirmed that the present dispensation is keen in resolving all important issues ensuring better amenities to all as per needs of ULBs in the division.   Principal Secretary advised all the Presidents to ensure that all the works undertaken under CAPEX are completed timely for best results. He exhorted upon the ULBs to take all steps towards ensuring proper sanitation in urban pa...
Atal Dulloo reviews progress under CAPEX, CSS, NABARD for ASH&F Deptts, Live stock Development Boards
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Atal Dulloo reviews progress under CAPEX, CSS, NABARD for ASH&F Deptts, Live stock Development Boards

Atal Dulloo reviews progress under CAPEX, CSS, NABARD for ASH&F Deptts, Live stock Development Boards Additional Chief Secretary (ACS), Agriculture Production Department, Atal Dulloo, today chaired a meeting at the Civil Secretariat to review progress made under UT CAPEX, NABARD, Centrally Sponsored Schemes and Deliverables 2022-23 being implemented by Animal, Sheep Husbandry and Fisheries (ASH&F) Departments. The meeting was attended by Secretary, Agriculture Production Department, Director, Animal Husbandry Jammu/Kashmir, Director Sheep Husbandry Jammu/Kashmir, Director Fisheries, Deputy Director (Planning) ASH&F, Deputy Director (Planning), Sheep Husbandry Jammu and Technical officers (ASH&F) while Kashmir based officers participated online. During the meeting, ...
Faculty Development programmes to include overseas trainings: Kansal
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Faculty Development programmes to include overseas trainings: Kansal

Faculty Development programmes to include overseas trainings: Kansal   Inaugurates 54 Institutional Innovation councils in Colleges   J&K first to implement all components of NEP-2020 Principal Secretary, Higher Education and Information, Rohit Kansal, today chaired the inaugural event of launch of Institutional Innovation Councils (IICs) in 54 Government Degree Colleges of J&K at Padma Shri Padma Sachdev, Government P G College for Women, Gandhi Nagar. The event, which was organized by Higher Education Department in collaboration with Ministry of Education (MoE), was aimed at establishing an ecosystem of innovations and start ups in tune with the guidelines of the National Education Policy 2020.     Addressing the inaugural function, Kansa...
Lt Governor visits Jhiri Mela; pays obeisance at Baba Jitto shrine  10- day long annual event to commemorate the martyrdom of Baba Jitto & Bua Kodi is witnessing congregation of lakhs of people from different parts of the country especially Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and UP  Supreme sacrifice made by Baba Jitto is exemplary for each one of us to emulate: LG  Our farmers are symbol of hard work and dignity. An enlightened society should ensure justice to the community, which is playing a vital role in serving & nurturing humanity, says the LG  We must focus on community driven development. Locals, PRIs members & other stakeholders of the society should come together to create an institutional mechanism to improve the facilities for devotees visiting this historical Mela: LG  Jhiri Mela symbolizes cultural unity of India and the tradition tied in the thread of social values provides an opportunity to the people to learn about our heritage, culture, art and craft: LG  It is heartening to see that this year’s Mela is being organized on a larger scale to encourage tourism in the region and to showcase life and philosophy of Baba Jitto: LG  Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today visited Jhiri Mela and paid obeisance at Baba Jitto shrine.  The 10-day long annual event to commemorate the martyrdom of Baba Jitto & Bua Kodi is witnessing congregation of lakhs of people from different parts of the country especially Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and UP.  Addressing a huge gathering, the Lt Governor threw light on the life and sacrifice of Baba Jitto.  Supreme sacrifice made by Baba Jitto is exemplary for each one of us to emulate. Our farmers are a symbol of hard work and dignity. An enlightened society should ensure justice to the community, which is playing a vital role in serving and nurturing humanity, said the Lt Governor.  Jhiri Mela symbolizes cultural unity of India and the tradition tied in the thread of social values provides an opportunity to the people to learn about our heritage, culture, art and craft, observed the Lt Governor.  It is heartening to see that this year’s Mela is being organized on a larger scale to encourage tourism in the region and to showcase the life and philosophy of Baba Jitto, added the Lt Governor.  The Lt Governor underlined the importance of government-public partnership in the development process. “We must focus on community driven development. Locals, PRIs members and other stakeholders of the society should come together to create an institutional mechanism to improve the facilities for devotees visiting this historical Mela,” he said.  The Lt Governor said that the UT Government is working with a strong resolve to ensure that every individual gets equal rights, equal opportunities and every stakeholder to be a partner in J&K’s development journey.  J&K will progress when our farmers prosper. Dr Mangala Rai-led Apex Committee on Agriculture provides a comprehensive solution for upliftment of the farming community and we are making efforts to implement the suggestions with the necessary institutional mechanism and support, added the Lt Governor.  Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi ji has given a new resolution to the country that is to restore the pride of our heritage, our culture. The golden opportunity of the next 25 years is before us. Our youth must contribute to strengthen social and cultural unity for rapid development, he further added.  Sh Jugal Kishore Sharma, Member Parliament, speaking on the occasion underscored the efforts of the government to develop Agriculture and allied sectors, empowering the farming community and increasing farmers’ income.  Sh. Bharat Bhushan, Chairman DDC Jammu also spoke on the occasion and highlighted the significance of the Jhiri Mela.  Ms Avny Lavasa, Deputy Commissioner Jammu briefed on the elaborate arrangements made to facilitate the visiting devotees; awareness campaigns for government schemes & Nasha Mukt and Swachhta campaigns being run, besides sports and culture activities organized during the Jhiri Mela. Till date, more than six lakh devotees have already visited this year’s Jhiri mela, she informed.  During his visit, the Lt Governor inspected the stalls put up by the departments showcasing the local agriculture produce.  Best performing government departments and winners of various competitions were also felicitated. Cultural performance and nukkad natak presented by the artists generated awareness against drug addiction.  Sh Mukesh Singh, ADGP Jammu; Sh Ramesh Kumar, Divisional Commissioner Jammu; Sh Vivek Gupta, DIG; Sh Sukhnandan Choudhary, former Minister, DDC & BDC members, PRI representatives, and people in large numbers were present on the occasion.
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Lt Governor visits Jhiri Mela; pays obeisance at Baba Jitto shrine 10- day long annual event to commemorate the martyrdom of Baba Jitto & Bua Kodi is witnessing congregation of lakhs of people from different parts of the country especially Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and UP Supreme sacrifice made by Baba Jitto is exemplary for each one of us to emulate: LG Our farmers are symbol of hard work and dignity. An enlightened society should ensure justice to the community, which is playing a vital role in serving & nurturing humanity, says the LG We must focus on community driven development. Locals, PRIs members & other stakeholders of the society should come together to create an institutional mechanism to improve the facilities for devotees visiting this historical Mela: LG Jhiri Mela symbolizes cultural unity of India and the tradition tied in the thread of social values provides an opportunity to the people to learn about our heritage, culture, art and craft: LG It is heartening to see that this year’s Mela is being organized on a larger scale to encourage tourism in the region and to showcase life and philosophy of Baba Jitto: LG Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today visited Jhiri Mela and paid obeisance at Baba Jitto shrine. The 10-day long annual event to commemorate the martyrdom of Baba Jitto & Bua Kodi is witnessing congregation of lakhs of people from different parts of the country especially Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and UP. Addressing a huge gathering, the Lt Governor threw light on the life and sacrifice of Baba Jitto. Supreme sacrifice made by Baba Jitto is exemplary for each one of us to emulate. Our farmers are a symbol of hard work and dignity. An enlightened society should ensure justice to the community, which is playing a vital role in serving and nurturing humanity, said the Lt Governor. Jhiri Mela symbolizes cultural unity of India and the tradition tied in the thread of social values provides an opportunity to the people to learn about our heritage, culture, art and craft, observed the Lt Governor. It is heartening to see that this year’s Mela is being organized on a larger scale to encourage tourism in the region and to showcase the life and philosophy of Baba Jitto, added the Lt Governor. The Lt Governor underlined the importance of government-public partnership in the development process. “We must focus on community driven development. Locals, PRIs members and other stakeholders of the society should come together to create an institutional mechanism to improve the facilities for devotees visiting this historical Mela,” he said. The Lt Governor said that the UT Government is working with a strong resolve to ensure that every individual gets equal rights, equal opportunities and every stakeholder to be a partner in J&K’s development journey. J&K will progress when our farmers prosper. Dr Mangala Rai-led Apex Committee on Agriculture provides a comprehensive solution for upliftment of the farming community and we are making efforts to implement the suggestions with the necessary institutional mechanism and support, added the Lt Governor. Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi ji has given a new resolution to the country that is to restore the pride of our heritage, our culture. The golden opportunity of the next 25 years is before us. Our youth must contribute to strengthen social and cultural unity for rapid development, he further added. Sh Jugal Kishore Sharma, Member Parliament, speaking on the occasion underscored the efforts of the government to develop Agriculture and allied sectors, empowering the farming community and increasing farmers’ income. Sh. Bharat Bhushan, Chairman DDC Jammu also spoke on the occasion and highlighted the significance of the Jhiri Mela. Ms Avny Lavasa, Deputy Commissioner Jammu briefed on the elaborate arrangements made to facilitate the visiting devotees; awareness campaigns for government schemes & Nasha Mukt and Swachhta campaigns being run, besides sports and culture activities organized during the Jhiri Mela. Till date, more than six lakh devotees have already visited this year’s Jhiri mela, she informed. During his visit, the Lt Governor inspected the stalls put up by the departments showcasing the local agriculture produce. Best performing government departments and winners of various competitions were also felicitated. Cultural performance and nukkad natak presented by the artists generated awareness against drug addiction. Sh Mukesh Singh, ADGP Jammu; Sh Ramesh Kumar, Divisional Commissioner Jammu; Sh Vivek Gupta, DIG; Sh Sukhnandan Choudhary, former Minister, DDC & BDC members, PRI representatives, and people in large numbers were present on the occasion.

Lt Governor visits Jhiri Mela; pays obeisance at Baba Jitto shrine 10- day long annual event to commemorate the martyrdom of Baba Jitto & Bua Kodi is witnessing congregation of lakhs of people from different parts of the country especially Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and UP Supreme sacrifice made by Baba Jitto is exemplary for each one of us to emulate: LG Our farmers are symbol of hard work and dignity. An enlightened society should ensure justice to the community, which is playing a vital role in serving & nurturing humanity, says the LG We must focus on community driven development. Locals, PRIs members & other stakeholders of the society should come together to create an institutional mechanism to improve the facilities for devotees visiting this historical Mela: LG...