PAMPORE: Director Animal Husbandry Purnima Mittal on Thursday visited Townhall Pampore where she chaired a follow-up meeting to review the progress of works and plans submitted during the My Town My Pride Programme in November last year. She is the Visiting Officer for my town my pride programme at Pampore.
During the meeting, various development works of the Saffron Town were discussed by Director Animal husbandry Purnima Mittal and Municipal Committee Chairman Malik Mohammad Yaqoob, officials told Kashmir Reader.
Chairman, Muncipal Committee Pampore, Malik Mohammad Yaqoob, Executive Officer Muncipal Committee Pampore, Mohammad Iqbal and all line departments including Principal GDC Pampore Dr Huda Galzai, ZEO Pampore Abdul Rasheed, BMO Pampore Dr Asima, AEE PDD Javaid Ahmad Tak, ZPO Masrat Hussain Andrabi, J&K bank officials, forest, PHE and other concerned departments, Public representatives were present in the review meeting.
Earlier, the Director was welcomed by the chairman of Municipal Committee Pampore, Malik Mohammad Yaqoob, Executive Officer Mohammad Iqbal and other officials and Councillors of the MC Pampore.
“It was a follow up of My town My pride programme which was held here at town hall Pampore in November last year,” Purnima Mittal told Kashmir Reader, adding that during the follow up they reviewed all those works and plans which were adopted in My Town My Pride programme.
She added that progress made on these projects was thoroughly discussed with officials of concerned line departments. She said that various public issues concerning parking, dumping sites and others were generally reviewed. She also informed that various self-employment generating schemes of the central government were discussed and progress made by different departments in this regard was analysed.
Purnima informed that the bank officials who were present in the meeting were instructed to approve the finance of candidates under various sponsored schemes as per guidelines. She informed that in the next week they will be organizing a Mela for self-employment.
“Around 122 unemployed educated youth have registered and they will be provided an opportunity to fill up on the spot application forms for seeking self-employment,” she said.