370 certificates and cervices provided in PSGA camps

SRINAGAR: In a series of camps organised in remote and far flung areas of district, the DDC Rajouri, Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, has reviewed the progress achieved by revenue and health departments in providing certificates and services to public under Public Service Guarantee Act. More than 9300 certificates were provided.

The revenue department has provided 4602 certificates during last three weeks in these camps which include 576 caste certificates, 977 PRCs, 510 RBA/LC certificates, 107 mutations attested, 993 revenue extracts, 277 income certificates, 441 Aadhar verification, 228 voter inclusion, 71 Marriage certificates, 42 character certificates, 3 dependent certificates, 97 field inquiries, 27 corrections and 250 other certificates.

More than 15000-18000 people attended these camps and 617 issues and complaints related to various other services were resolved.


The health department provided 4768 certificates and services in these camps which include 67 disability certificates, 32 medical illness certificates, 83 medical fitness certificates, 645 old age certificates, 51 widow certificates, 3853 medical check up certificates and 26 grievances disposed.

Meanwhile, 7449 persons were enrolled or educated about various schemes and provisions.

The district administration launched a series of camps starting June first week to provide various services at doorsteps of public in remote and far flung areas.

During the month of June, a total of 7648 certificates were provided by revenue department while 1788 applications disposed. Health department was included for schedule of camps notified for July 2017. More than 18,000 certificates have been provided till now.

The District Development Commissioner has complimented the field officers of revenue and health department for outstanding efforts in efficient public service delivery at village level and setting record of maximum certificates in a short time. He said Tehsildars and BMOs will be awarded for best performance in service delivery by the District Administration. Senior officers of district administration, revenue and health departments attend these camps being organised in district.

The district administration has also launched a series of public awareness camps being jointly organised by various departments for education, awareness and greater public participation and benefits under centrally sponsored schemes.