Completion of projects
Meeting the deadlines and completing the big projects has been an achievement of J&K administration recently Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir while congratulating J&K ERA and JTFRP for the new projects, advised them to compile a compendium of their completed projects highlighting the work done.
He asked the concerned officials to prepare a comprehensive future plan of action and work for its effective implementation, besides conducting training programmes in collaboration with Mission Youth and other stakeholders.
He informed that the installation of Oxygen Generation Plants in various remote areas of J&K, completed at a cost of Rs 69 crores, is one of the most significant accomplishments under the JTFRP, which will benefit more than 16 lakh people living in areas like Mendhar, Sunderbani, Surankote, Gandoh, Batote, Banihal, Chenani, Hajin, Tangmarg, Chowki Choura, Bani, Ramgarh, Gurez, Tangdar, Tral, Kellar, Kangan, Uri, Kreeri etc.
The study on the Multi Hazard Risk Assessment in J&K and significant IT based tools like development of Decision Support System and Disaster Risk Database would revolutionize the Disaster Management Infrastructure in J&K, and give Disaster specialists and concerned line agencies dealing with emergencies a latest and modern tools to timely forecast various impending calamities thus preventing loss of precious lives and property.