Reviews progress on implementation of GoI Schemes
SRINAGAR: Director Agriculture Kashmir Syed Altaf Aijaz Andrabi on Thursday directed the officers to bridge the gap between the allied wings of the department so that the expenditure of funds under each scheme could be expedited and desired results could be achieved.
Speaking at a meeting to review the progress on the implementation of GoI’s flagship programmes here at Agriculture Complex Lalmandi, Andrabi impressed upon the officers to put in all their efforts in the right direction “which not only will pave way for their speedy and effective implementation but will maximise the reach of all these flagship programmes and schemes”, an official handout read.
While reviewing the status of Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojna (RKVY), National Food Security Mission (NFSM), Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojna (PKVY) and other core schemes being implemented by the department, director agriculture emphasised that the work should be expedited on all the projects so that they could be translated into the socio-economic development of farming community. Expressing satisfaction on the expenditure incurred so far this fiscal he directed for making best and judicious use of the funds in the remainder of the current fiscal, read the handout.
Stressing on regular field visits to be conducted by officers and teams in their respective sub-divisions and zones, he instructed the officers to ensure proper monitoring and execution of different sponsored schemes at all levels.
Andrabi also reviewed the status of seed village programme of paddy and maize and the procurement of rabi seeds such as oil seeds, oats, etc. He instructed Joint Director Inputs for timely supply of different inputs to the farmers, the handout added.