ANANTNAG: The fourth phase of the Back to Village program concluded with activities held in 335 panchayats across 16 three-phase community development blocks in Anantnag.
Speaking at the end of the government’s ambitious programme, Dr Basharat Qayoom said B2V4 had been successfully rolled out in all Panchayats in the district.
He said that under Jan Abhiyan and B2V4, saturation has been reached in the implementation of RCMS and all villages in Anantnag have been transferred to RCMS. He said more than 65,000 beneficiaries have received land booklets and more than 4,000 out-of-school children have been identified and streamlined and enrolled in schools.
The CD said the coordinated efforts of all departments helped to ensure that the desired results were achieved during the program.
Reiterating that the fourth phase of B2V4 was centered on young people, he said nearly 4,000 potential young people have been identified to be covered by various self-employment programs and guidelines are being issued to ensure that investments translate into opportunities. sustainable livelihoods for young people.
Regarding sensitization and sensitization of people on the measures taken to foster accountability and transparency in the functioning of public institutions, Dr. Basharat said that 24,462 sensitization camps have been organized in the panchayats to sensitize the public on Jan Bhagidari, BEAMS, etc.
He said that in addition to this, more than 4,000 CSC camps have been organized to publicize G2C services online. He said Rural Haats have been established in each panchayat to showcase the craftsmanship of SHG members and enable them to market their products to a wider audience.
ACD Anantnag said that to ensure productive results in the B2V4 program, RDD Anantnag has deployed all its men and machines in the 335 Panchayats. He said that as a result, the formulation of the GPDP, the planning exercise which was at the heart of this program was completed in all the Panchayats and identified the works properly distributed in various hot projects.
He said the feedback was encouraging and remarks from visiting officers will be assessed and analyzed in detail and interventions will be tailored to fill any critical gaps in the development.