J&K administration is focussing on many centrally sponsored schemes to give much required push for the entrepreneurship.
Recently DC Pulwama chaired District Level Implementation Committee meeting for Tejaswini, Mumkin Schemes.
In a strategic move towards fostering entrepreneurship and self-reliance, a crucial meeting was held under the Chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner Pulwama, Dr.Basharat Qayoom (IAS) today at Administrative Complex Pulwama. This meeting, a key initiative of the District Level Implementation Committee, focused on the approval of cases under the Tejaswini and Mumkin Schemes, underscoring the District Administration’s commitment to economic empowerment.
The District has placed a strong emphasis on creating opportunities for self-employment, and this meeting was a noteworthy stride in that direction. A total of 55 cases secured approval under the Mumkin Scheme, while 8 cases gained the nod under the Tejaswini Scheme in today’s session.
These schemes form an integral part of the District Administration’s comprehensive strategy to uplift the community by providing avenues for sustainable livelihoods. The Deputy Commissioner Pulwama expressed satisfaction with the outcomes, highlighting the pivotal role such initiatives play in fostering economic independence at the grassroots level.
The approved cases span various sectors, reflecting the inclusive approach of the District Administration. This signifies a significant leap forward in realizing the vision of a self-reliant and empowered community.
Change of land use
Recently Deputy Commissioner (DC) Kupwara, Ayushi Sudan convened a meeting of the District Level Committee regarding Change of Land Use (CLU) cases in the district.
As many as 16 cases were put up for discussion; after thorough deliberation on various aspects of the policy, 3 cases were approved by the committee, 1 was rejected and 12 cases were reverted to applicants to get some observations cleared.
At the outset, detailed discussion was held regarding comments submitted by various departments for the issuance of NOCs of pending cases of CLU in the district.
He directed the concerned departments to submit quality comments/concrete NOCs within stipulated time as per the provisions of PSGA Act to ensure timely disposal of CLU.
The Deputy Commissioner on the occasion emphasized that since CLU cases involve comments from various departments, there is an increased need for inter departmental coordination.
She directed the officers to stick to the deadlines and conduct the joint site inspections of the cases.
The meeting was attended by ACR Kupwara, SE R&B, CEO LBDDA, Chief Agriculture Officer, EOs of MC Kupwara & Handwara and other concerned officers.