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DDC reviews progress of NCLP schools
KT NEWS SERVICE
UDHAMPUR, July 3: District Development Commissioner, Udhampur, Yasha Mudgal, today convened a meeting with district officers and NGOs associated with National Child Labour Project (NCLP), Udhampur to monitor the progress of schools sponsored under the scheme.

The meeting discussed various issues relating the project including approval of recruitment of vocational instructor, school’s staff, purchasing of computer, digital camera, note books & stationary items, engagement of a helper and extension of services of NCPL employees.

The DDC exhorted upon for inspection of these schools to check the quality of Mid Day Meal, physical attendance of students as well as educational standard of students and other co-curricular activities observed in the schools.

The DDC approved extension of one year service for staff of NCLP school besides asking the Project Director NCLP for early recruitment of vocational instructor and school’s staff.

Project Director, NCLP Udhampur, Ram Paul Choudhary apprised the meeting that 4750 children in age group of 8 to 14 years were identified either illiterate or drop out during the second survey of child labour conducted by the AWW of ICDS district Udhampur. It was also apprised that Rs 30,23,295 was expended during 2012-13.

Joint Director Planning, Rakesh Jamwal, Dy SP, HQ, Sukhdev Basin, Assistant Commissioner Labour, District Planning Education Officer, Mr. Ved Parkash, Chief Medical Officer, District Treasury Officer, District Social Welfare Officer, District Youth Services & Sports officer were present in the meeting.


News Updated at : Thursday, July 4, 2013
 
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