Come prepared with data, Amita tells officials

Come prepared with data, Amita tells officials

Review meeting by CM Yeddyurappa on April 19

District In-Charge Secretary Dr Amita Prasad briefing officials at a review meeting, in Mysore on Monday. ZP CEO G Satyavati, Deputy Commissioner Harsh Gupta, MCC Commissioner K S Raykar, MUDA Commissioner Dr C J Betsurmutt and others are also seen. Dh photoAt a meeting held here, she asked her colleagues to give a complete picture of progress of planned and non-planned schemes, programmes planned in current fiscal and issues pertaining to their respective departments.

Joint director, Department of Agriculture said the department was yet select 5,600 beneficiaries from each taluk under the 'Suvarna Bhumi' scheme announced in the State Budget for the year 2011-12.

Already, a committee headed by the deputy commissioner has been constituted.
The applications will be called from farmers through the Raitha Samparka Kendras.

The water yield in more than 22 borewells has declined because of summer season and the department required ` 60 lakh to recharge them.

Eight Anganwadi Centres have been completed out of the total 10 centres planned in the year 2010-11.

Deputy Commissioner Harsh Gupta said ` One crore for drought relief works had been transferred to the chief executive officer of zilla panchayat.

The CEO is free to sanction projects at her level, he added. Amita asked K S Raykar, commissioner of Mysore City Corporation to give full details of progress of ` 100 crore released by the CM and also of JnNURM schemes.

The MCC should be ready with one hour Power Point Preservation on its schemes and achievements.

The forest officers said compensation is being distributed to farmers who had been hit by the menace of wild elephants.

An officer from CESC said the district was getting a short supply of around 100 MW of power because of which there has been load shedding in urban and rural areas.