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SRINAGAR: Secretary, Department of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Sheetal Nanda held a meeting to review the action taken on the directions issued by Governor, NN Vohra for completion of various works and to clear the pendencies in a time-bound manner.  The Secretary issued a slew of instructions to officers for immediate implementation of the Governor’s directions which included the completion of documents and other formalities with regard to the process of regularization of the Daily Wagers under SRO 520. She also directed the officers to clear the all the pending cases under SRO 43.

The process of filing the Annual Performance Report (APR) & Annual Property Statement by all the officers and officials must be done immediately without fail, directed Nanda. In the meeting, it was decided that all the staff members working at the district level shall strictly mark their daily attendance on the bio-metric system. Besides, it was also decided in the meeting that no leave shall be sanctioned without due approval of the Department and any non-compliance of the order will be treated as a ground for stern action. 

The meeting was attended by Director Rural Development, Kashmir, Nazir Ahmed Sheikh, Director Rural Development Jammu, Mumtaz Chaudhary, Director Finance, Shadi Lal Pandita, Director Planning, Syed Shabir Shafi and other officers of the department. 

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SRINAGAR: A workshop aimed at familiarizing the engineering staff of Tourism department about a specially designed online application titled "Dashboard Application” was held on Wednesday at TRC Srinagar under the chairmanship of Secretary Tourism Rigzin Samphael. Besides Director Tourism Kashmir Mahmood Ahmed Shah, the workshop was attended by CEOs and engineering staff of all Tourism Development Authorities of the State.

The online application provides an effective mechanism of monitoring the progress of development projects on the ground and has been specially designed for the purpose. The application enables the field staff to upload pictures depicting the progress of the works which would be monitored by the higher authorities both at Central and State government level without physically inspecting the sites.

Pertinent to mention that the Ministry of Tourism GoI has sanctioned various projects under "Swadesh Darshan "scheme under Prime Minister development scheme (PMDP) which are being implemented through the Directorate of Tourism Jammu /Kashmir and development authorities and need periodic inspections. In another meeting chaired by the Secretary Tourism, 14 cases of houseboats were also cleared for sanction of repair permission. The meeting was attended by Director Tourism Kashmir and officers of LAWDA and Tourism Department.

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SRINAGAR: At a Reception hosted by them at the Raj Bhavan Governor N.N. Vohra and Mrs. Usha Vohra met the 2017-18 Civil Services qualifiers, along with a number of young IAS and IPS officers who are already serving in the Valley. Among this year’s successful candidates who attended the Reception included Sh. Fazlul Haseeb, Sh. Rahul Bhat, Sh. Abishek Sharma, Sh. Akshay Labroo, Sh. Amir Bashir, Sh. Shashank Bhaderwaj and Sh. Vivek Bhagat.

Among the young IAS and IPS officers, already serving in the State, were Dr. Syed Abid Rasheed Shah, Dr. Syed Sehrish Asgar, Bilal Mohiuddin Bhat; Sh. Daifode Sagar Dattatray; Sh. Santosh Gunwantrao Sukhadeve, Sh. Imtiyaz Ismail Parray and Ms. P.D. Nitya. Governor and First Lady complimented the successful qualifiers for their hard work and congratulated them on their prestigious entry into the various All India and Central Services.

Governor advised all the young men and women entrants to the Services to work, from the very first day, with honesty, dedication and sensitivity for advancing the welfare of the people they are called upon to serve. He advised them to fully acquaint themselves with the varied problems they would be required to handle on the completion of their training courses and wished all of them bright careers ahead.

Governor advised the serving IAS and IPS officers to be sensitive to the needs of the people and try to address their issues on a time bound basis. He also advised enhanced civil- police interaction for better understanding and effective and time bound redressal of the issues facing the common man.

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