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Sheetal Nanda visits Kulgam, conducts Public Darbar
Interacts with scores of public delegations, takes stock of their issues, grievances
Kulgam, July 09 (Scoop News)-Commissioner Secretary, Social Welfare department, Sheetal Nanda today visited Kulgam and conducted Public Darbar at Mini-Secretariat here during which she listened and addressed various issues and grievances of locals.

The Public Darbar witnessed active participation of locals and public delegations from Devsar, Frisal, Qaimoo, Yaripora, D.H. Pora, Pombay, Kulgam, Manzgam, and many other areas. The participating delegations apprised the Commissioner Secretary about their issues and demands as well as developmental requirements of their areas.

Addressing the gathering, the Commissioner Secretary emphasized on government’s commitment to holistic development and timely redressal of issues and grievances of people.

She assured the participants that all their genuine demands and issues will be redressed on priority.

During the darbar, the delegations put forth various demands like development of Children Park at Kulgam, road widening from clock tower to District Hospital, development of parking spaces in main town, construction of new building for tehsil office Qaimoo, augmentation of staff at Hospitals and various other demands were raised by the people from various areas.

A delegation of Specially abled persons demanded replacement scheme of motorized tricycles, quota in PMAY scheme, special recruitment drives for specially abled and other demands for welfare and betterment of specially abled persons.

All the issues and demands of people were listened patiently by the Commissioner Secretary for early redressal.

Deputy Commissioner Kulgam, Athar Aamir Khan, while addressing the gathering said that demands were duly noted and would be addressed with the concerned authorities for appropriate action.

The public darbar was also attended by ADC Viqar Ahmed Giri; JDP, Zahid Sajjad; ACD, Syed Naseer; ACR, Mushtaq Ahmad Lone; ACP, Nazia Hassan; SDM Noorabad, Bashir Ul Hassan; DSWO, CEO, CMO, Executive Engineers, Tehsildars and other officers from district administration.
Team of ARI & Trainings Deptt conducts Administrative inspection of Director Colleges J&K, other Higher Educational Institutions
Srinagar, July 09 (Scoop News)- Administrative Reforms, Inspections, and Trainings (ARI) department conducted administrative inspection of Director Colleges J&K and several key higher education institutions like SP College and Amar Singh College as part of the ongoing efforts of government to ensure excellence, adherence to educational standards and government policies.

The inspection team lead by Secretary Technical, ARI department, Dr Abdul Kabir Dar interacted extensively with the faculty, students and administrative staff, including Dean of Academic Affairs, Cluster University of Srinagar, Director Colleges, and Principal SP College.

The interactions were aimed at understanding the current educational environment, addressing any immediate concerns, identifying opportunities for further improvement and bringing reforms in the system.

During the visit, the Secretary, emphasized the critical role of higher education in the socio-economic development of Jammu and Kashmir. He reiterated the commitment of ARI and trainings department to support the higher education by carrying out reforms and enhance the quality of education provided in colleges and universities across Jammu and Kashmir.

One of the highlights of the inspection was the discussion on the importance of model pro-forma devised by ARI and trainings department.

The Secretary highlighted about various aspects of model pro-forma, key areas of operation that provides a structured framework for government departments to conduct official dealings with transparency and accountability.

The implementation of this pro-forma is expected to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of administrative processes, ensuring that all official transactions are carried out with the highest standards of integrity.

Director Colleges J&K shared insights on initiatives being undertaken to improve academic standards and infrastructure within the institutions. She also spoke about the introduction of the Jammu and Kashmir Higher Education Admission Portal – 2023, which streamlines the admission process for all undergraduate programs in J&K State Universities.

Principals of Colleges, along with other faculty members, expressed their appreciation for the visit and the proactive approach of the department in addressing Administrative and other educational challenges. They also discussed ongoing projects and future plans to enhance the academic and infrastructural landscape of their respective colleges.

The inspection team expressed satisfaction with the progress made by institutions and reaffirmed the government’s support in bringing reforms for educational excellence in the region.
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