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PMAY-G benefits genuinely homeless, those living in dilapidated houses & a large number of women & households from vulnerable groups. Basic needs assistance will give impetus to rural development & empower the poorest: LG
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PMAY-G benefits genuinely homeless, those living in dilapidated houses & a large number of women & households from vulnerable groups. Basic needs assistance will give impetus to rural development & empower the poorest: LG

Lt Governor transfers Rs. 149.17 crore directly to the bank accounts of 35,097 beneficiaries under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Gramin PMAY-G will fulfill their dream of a 'Pucca House’ with basic amenities, boost their self-esteem, social status and standard of living: LG Welfare of poor & vulnerable section is our top priority, says the LG PMAY-G benefits genuinely homeless, those living in dilapidated houses & a large number of women & households from vulnerable groups. Basic needs assistance will give impetus to rural development & empower the poorest: LG Under the leadership of Hon’ble PM Shri Narendra Modi ji, welfare schemes like PMAY-G have transformed people’s lives. Our aim is to build a strong and prosperous rural J&K: LG Despite being a slow sta...
Youth festival ‘Sonzal’ concludes at KU, VC chairs closing ceremony
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Youth festival ‘Sonzal’ concludes at KU, VC chairs closing ceremony

MERC department bagged three positions 2 in Spot Photography and 1 in Western Vocals, Mir Mehmood got 1st Position in Western Vocals, Mehroob Mushtaq and Numan Bhat got 2nd & 3rd Position in Spot Photography Vice-Chancellor Prof Nilofer Khan chaired the closing ceremony of the eight-day event, which was inaugurated by Honourable Lieutenant Governor, J&K UT (Honourable Chancellor KU), Shri Manoj Sinha, on November 23. Addressing the students after presenting trophies to the first three winners each in 25 competitions held during the talent-hunt festival, Prof Nilofer congratulated the students from the University’s teaching departments, affiliated colleges and other academic institutions in Kashmir for their active participation in this year’s Sonzal. She said the Univers...
Education key to preparing youth for transforming India as global human resource hub: Rana-
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Education key to preparing youth for transforming India as global human resource hub: Rana-

Highlighting the huge push given to education after the implementation of National Education Policy, Senior BJP leader Mr Devender Singh Rana today exuded confidence about Jammu and Kashmir benefitting from the initiative in a big way. “Education holds the key to youth empowerment and preparing them for transforming India into the world’s largest human resource hub”, Mr Rana said while addressing parents and teachers at the Annual Day of National Academy High School, Jandrah in Nagrota Assembly constituency.         He expressed happiness over the immense interest being evinced by the parents in shaping the destiny of their children by ornamenting them with the treasure of wealth. He called for greater teacher-parent synergy for sound academic foundation of children and said interpersona...
Dr Sehrish e-inaugurates 36 Smart Elementary Schools, 18 Primary & Middle Schools under ADP
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Dr Sehrish e-inaugurates 36 Smart Elementary Schools, 18 Primary & Middle Schools under ADP

In a bid to upgrade the educational infrastructure in the district, the Deputy Commissioner (DC) Baramulla, Dr Syed Sehrish Asgar today chaired an Education Department meet through Zoom wherein various developmental activities were carried out for the betterment of the education institutions. During the meeting, the DC e-inaugurated 36 Smart Elementary Schools, 18 primary and 18 Middle schools under Aspirational District Programme.  These schools were modernized with ECCE outlay; Digital infrastructure and renovated on modern lines. 18 more schools that were upgraded with Model Academic labs (Maths science & language labs) were also inaugurated. The DC also reviewed the performance of the Education Department and stressed upon the concerned officers to work in coordination for achie...
DC Srinagar inspects progress on major ongoing development projects in City
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DC Srinagar inspects progress on major ongoing development projects in City

Takes stock of works on 150 MVA GIS Power Sub Station, Animal Birth Control & Anti Rabies Centre, Abattoir, STP Tengpora The Deputy Commissioner (DC) Srinagar, Mohammad Aijaz Asad Wednesday undertook a visit to Tengpora Bemina area of the City to oversee the progress of works being carried out on several major developmental projects including Animal Birth Control & Anti Rabies Centre, Slaughter House Alochibagh, STP Tengpora and 150 MVA GIS Power Sub Station Alochibagh. The DC was accompanied by Chief Planning Officer Srinagar, Mohammad Yaseen Lone, Joint Commissioner Works, SMC, Rajindra Singh, Executive Engineer, JKPCC and other concerned. While reviewing the progress of work on Animal Birth Control Centre at Tengpora being constructed at a cost of Rs 1.43 crore with all ...