RAJOURI, OCT 12: District Development Commissioner, Rajouri and Chairman Vidalya Management Committee, Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary today chaired annual Vidyalya Management Committee (VMC) meeting at Jawahar Novadya Vidyalya, Koteranka.
A cultural programme and interactive session was also organized on the occasion.
The VMC decided a number of pending issues and measures for infrastructural and developmental needs of campus. An amount of Rs 10 lakh was also sanctioned for managing infrastructural gaps of vital nature.
It was decided in the meeting that PHE Department will provide additional water supply line to JNV Campus. Demands related to provision of 2 additional hand pumps, completion of fencing, removal of encroachments, blacktopping of approach road were also discussed in detail. Officers and members of VMC committed timeline for various works. A stretch of 2 Km road will be blacktopped by PWD in one month while RDD shall construct a tiled-path, water harvesting tank and sports stadium for Girl-students near hostel. VMC also deliberated on steps to be taken for uninterrupted power supply to campus by additional financial allocation for separate feeder.
The DDC, while chairing the meeting, directed Rural Development Department to construct an alternative link road from JNV campus to Main road under CDF of MLA Darhal, which will shorten distance by 8 Km. He also directed for holding of monthly medical check-up camp, regular Parent-teacher meetings and review of infrastructural projects. A hostel building comprising 144-bedded accommodation in 3 blocks constructed by CPWD at a cost of Rs 2.77 cr was also inaugurated by the VMC Chairman.
Later, the DDC held an interactive session with students and responded to their series of questions. He informed the students that district administration will open a Career Counseling Centre at JNV for regular guidance of students.
Meanwhile As part of its public outreach programme under Public Service Guarantee Act, district administration Rajouri today held a camp to provide services to locals here at Badhoon village.
A team of officers led by Assistant Commissioner Revenue, Abdul Qayoom Mir attended to a large number of local people who applied for seeking different services. Tehsildar Rajouri, Salam Din was also present at the camp.
Over 300 certificates were issued by the team on spot, which included 140 Permanent Resident Certificates, 40 Scheduled Tribe Certificates, 8 Legal Heir Certificates, 7 Dependent Certificates, 35 Character Certificates, 60 Income Certificates, 10 Revenue Extracts and 5 marriage certificates. The concerned officials also attested 9 mutations.