The Government of Jammu and Kashmir is implementing various Social Welfare schemes in every district. Recently in district Srinagar, Deputy Commissioner reviewed implementation of Social Welfare schemes here.
Over Rs 70 cr disbursed among 61300 beneficiaries under ISSS and NASP schemes in Srinagar.
Rs 37 lakh spent on remodelling of Bal Ashram & Naari Niketan Shalimar to provide better facilities to Orphan students.
In order to review the implementation of welfare measures for under privileged, vulnerable, down trodden and weaker sections of society and process of extension of benefits of various Government schemes by the Social Welfare Department, the Deputy Commissioner (DC), recently chaired an Officers meeting here at Meeting Hall of the DC Office Complex.
He took a comprehensive review of beneficiary oriented schemes. On the occasion, the District Social Welfare Officer gave a detailed PowerPoint presentation and apprised the Deputy Commissioner about the functioning of the Department and implementation of schemes including providing of Scholarships, National Social Assistance Programme (NSAP), Integrated Social Security Scheme (ISSS), Marriage Assistance Scheme (SMAS), Saksham/SASCM, Prosthetic Aid, progress of survey for identification of eligible beneficiaries under ISSS/NSAP/NFBS/RMV, Bal Ashram & Nari Niketan, besides disbursement of pension through different Social Welfare schemes also came into discussion.