DLC meet discusses PMJVK scheme implementation in Pherzawl
All Line departments have been directed to submit proposals under the PMJVK scheme based on actual fields requirements latest by June 28, 2022.
Updated 23 Jun 2022, 3:24 pm
A DLC meeting in connection with the implementation of the PMJVK Scheme in Pherzawl district was held in Churachandpur on Thursday.
The meeting, held at the Office Chamber of the Pherzawl Deputy Commissioner, Old DC Complex, was chaired by caretaker ADC chairman Khaipao Haokip in the presence of Tipaimukh MLA Ngursanglur Senate, representative of MP LS (Outer) and DLOs.
During the DLC meeting, Khaipao Haokip apprised that the meeting was called to deliberate on formulation of proposals under the PMJVK Scheme for the district, urging all Line Departments to submit proposals based on actual fields requirements after prioritising the work latest by June 28, 2022.
The committee will sit again for review and examination of proposals on a later date, he informed.
Ngursanglur Sanate, MLA of 55-Tipaimukh stressed that the primary focus area should be on Education, Health, Skill Development Centre, Community Assets, viz., Development of existing Playgrounds, Market Sheds, etc. He also opined the need for a Skill Development Training Centre and implementation of Project at the district level.
Joseph Pauline Kamson, Deputy Commissioner emphasized the need to focus on the areas which need maximum intervention and to avoid duplicity with any other ongoing projects either funded by the state government or by the concerned Ministry.
Meanwhile, Ch Sachi, ADC Pherzawl briefly shared the ongoing projects under MOMA/MOBEDS in the district along with the admissible projects under Health, Education, Skill Development, Sports, Drinking water/Sanitation, Solar and Women Centric Projects.
It may be noted that the District Administration, Pherzawl, in its continuous commitment to serve the people of the district, Irengbam Dineshkumar, MCS, SDO Tipaimukh and Vangai Range started delivering immediate flood relief materials in the district displaced by the recent floods over the last two days. There are about four-five flood-affected villages in parts of Tipaimukh Sub-Division and Vangai Range.
First published:23 Jun 2022, 3:24 pm
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