Governor asks officers to work in field and sensitize people on welfare schemesGovernor asks officers to work in field and sensitize people on welfare schemes Governor Bandaru Dattatraya on his visit to district Hamirpur, had a meeting with officers of District Administration at circuit house, Hamirpur today Deputy Commissioner Harikesh Meena welcomed the Governor and detailed him about various projects, schemes, and programmes being executed in the district. He also apprised the Governor of the status of welfare oriented schemes of the state government and other flagship programmes of central government. On the occasion, senior officers of different departments also apprised the Governor of the activities and achievements related to their departments. The Governor said that the purpose of this interaction was to know about the targets, difficulties and other issues related to various schemes in the district. He asked the Education Department about the ‘Fit India Programme’ and ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’. He expressed satisfaction that every sub-division of the district has playground facility. He said that education was the most important indicator of development and added that it was matter of satisfaction that district Hamirpur has the highest literary rate in the state. He asked officers of the Education Department to submit detailed breakup of enrolment of students in government schools. Dattatraya asked officers to work in the field and focus on new agri policy, new education policy, water policy, and sensitize rural people about welfare oriented programmes of the government. The Governor appreciated the Health Department for performing well in ‘Ayushman Bharat’ and ‘Him Care’ schemes and said that institutional delivery rate was very high in the district as compared to other districts which were 3390 out of 3398 during this financial year. He asked officers of Agriculture Department to focus on awareness programmes in natural farming and appreciated the initiative in Crop Insurance scheme under which 17906 farmers were covered during this year. He also took stock of Skill Development Programme. As many as 105 training centres were being run in the district out of which 36 were in government sector. More than 24000 students have been benefitted from these centres. He asked the officers to focus more on placement of students and impart training in those trades which were in high demand. He also expressed happiness that all villages in the district were connected with roads. He asked the officers to work more dedicatedly in implementing welfare schemes so that maximum people could be benefitted.

Governor asks officers to work in field and sensitize people on welfare schemes

Governor Bandaru Dattatraya on his visit to district Hamirpur, had a meeting with officers of District Administration at circuit house, Hamirpur today

      Deputy Commissioner Harikesh Meena welcomed the Governor and detailed him about various projects, schemes, and programmes being executed in the district. He also apprised the Governor of the status of welfare oriented schemes of the state government and other flagship programmes of central government.

On the occasion, senior officers of different departments also apprised the Governor of the activities and achievements related to their departments.

The Governor said that the purpose of this interaction was to know about the targets, difficulties and other issues related to various schemes in the district. He asked the Education Department about the ‘Fit India Programme’ and ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’. He expressed satisfaction that every sub-division of the district has playground facility. He said that education was the most important indicator of development and added that it was matter of satisfaction that district Hamirpur has the highest literary rate in the state. He asked officers of the Education Department to submit detailed breakup of enrolment of students in government schools.

Dattatraya asked officers to work in the field and focus on new agri policy, new education policy, water policy, and sensitize rural people about welfare oriented programmes of the government.

The Governor appreciated the Health Department for performing well in ‘Ayushman Bharat’ and ‘Him Care’ schemes and said that institutional delivery rate was very high in the district as compared to other districts which were 3390 out of 3398 during this financial year. He asked officers of Agriculture Department to focus on awareness programmes in natural farming and appreciated the initiative in Crop Insurance scheme under which 17906 farmers were covered during this year.

He also took stock of Skill Development Programme. As many as 105 training centres were being run in the district out of which 36 were in government sector. More than 24000 students have been benefitted from these centres. He asked the officers to focus more on placement of students and impart training in those trades which were in high demand. He also expressed happiness that all villages in the district were connected with roads. He asked the officers to work more dedicatedly in implementing welfare schemes so that maximum people could be benefitted.

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