The J & K administration is trying to bring transparency while awarding all the contracts for the developmental projects. Recently the Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir gave an overview of such projects to CEO NITI Aayog.
He revealed that each work taken in hand is mandatorily be e-tendered after being given the proper Administrative Approval and Technical Sanction. He said that this unique mechanism ensures that each project is technically sound and gets requisite funds for timely completion. It was further stated that the works are being monitored and evaluated by third parties besides the executing agencies carrying them out.
Regarding the reforms in governance the he said that some the UT is offering some 209 services through online mode through e-Unnat platform where the applicants need not have to visit the offices physically but gets these services delivered in the comforts of their homes. He informed them the system is also RAS integrated for speedy disposal of requests and feedback from the public about these services.
He highlighted other initiatives of the government like universal health coverage scheme, Sehat in J&K, transformation of agriculture from traditional to remunerative enterprises, engagement of youth through establishment of some 40000 youth clubs and providing of sports infrastructure to each panchayat and organizing sports events to give opportunity to some 37 lakh youngsters for honing their sports skills.