'Stop disparities in beneficiary programmes'

'Stop disparities in beneficiary programmes'

The BCM Department and Social Welfare Department are giving note books and other study materials to the students as part of the government sponsored programmes.

BCM Department is investing Rs 150 on individual student, while Social Welfare Department has Rs 200 for each. The members said that every student should get the same quality note book irrespective of the Department that offers the benefits.

The other issue that was discussed on the occasion was regarding the blue print for the Stree Shakthi Bhavan and marketing stalls. President Devdas Hebbar informed that plan has been finalised and the blue print has been sent to ZP CEO for approval. He said Badagubettu Cooperative Society has approached Taluk Panchayath seeking the basement of the building for rent. Any bank that comes forward with maximum rent amount is considered, he added.

Retorting to the query from members over the shortage of staff in Taluk Panchayat, Hebbar informed the issue has been taken up in Zilla Panchayat meeting and decision has been taken on appointing required number of staffs, he said. Kaup Tourist Bungalow will be renovated at the cost of Rs 1 lakh, informed EO Manjunathayya on the occasion.

MLC Kota Srinivas Poojary urged Port and Fisheries Department to set right the list of beneficiaries under Mathsyashraya Yojane. He said projects under Jalanayana programmes should be taken up in accordance with Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme programmes, he added.