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Share your Ideas and Suggestions on Back to Village Program

Start Date: 01-11-2022
End Date: 30-11-2022

The UT of Jammu and Kashmir has embarked on an ambitious and extensive programme of reaching out to grass root citizens to create an earnest desire for a decent standard of living ...

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The UT of Jammu and Kashmir has embarked on an ambitious and extensive programme of reaching out to grass root citizens to create an earnest desire for a decent standard of living in the rural masses.

The ‘Back to Village’ program is aimed to involve the citizens of the state and government officials in a joint effort to deliver the mission to achieve equitable development. The program seeks to energise Panchayats and direct development efforts in rural areas through community participation.

Despite the importance of the official machinery to guide and assist, the primary responsibility for improving the local conditions rests on the local population. Therefore, people must be encouraged to own a programme to maximise its impact.

Hence, citizens are invited to share their ideas and suggestions.

Last date of submission is 30th November 2022.

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GHULAM MOHAMMAD RESHI 1 year 3 months ago

Back to vlage is nice initiative taken by the Government to overcome the problems faced by the common people but at the ground level it seems a futile exercise.
Whatever decisions taken during these programs should be fulfilled in every aspect to over the facings challenges by common people.

ARUN KUMAR TIWARI 1 year 3 months ago

Back To Village
मान्यनीय महोदय जी, गाँव लौंटे अभियान बहुत ही बढ़िया और प्रभावशाली है। इससे विस्थापित लोगों को गाँव में सेटल होने के लिए सरकार बहुत ही बढ़िया मदद कर रही है।

SUTHAHAR P 1 year 3 months ago

The visiting officers shall be designated as Panchayat Prabharis who will act as mentor officers for the Panchayats.

The ‘Back to Village’ is entering its fourth edition after its first launch in June, 2019.

SUTHAHAR P 1 year 3 months ago

To encourage sports among youth, the government aims to build at least one playfield in every Panchayat. Special camps will provide support to the specially abled and the quality of delivery of public services will be examined in the delivery process for easy delivery of services.

SUTHAHAR P 1 year 3 months ago

To deliberate on supply of safe drinking water to remote areas, 4200 Paani Samitis have been instituted and over 10 lakh land passbooks will be issued to eligible farmers.

SUTHAHAR P 1 year 3 months ago

Moreover, IT-based Common Service Centers (CSCs) will be set up, demonstrations and training camps will be organized to help citizens access 225 online services including 70 G2C services.