SRINAGAR: Director, Department of Youth Services & Sports (DYSS) J&K, Gazanfar Ali on Tuesday chaired a meeting here to take review of the financial and on ground progress of works being executed under capex budget 2021-22, implementation of Clean India programme and implementation of calendar of activities for 2021-22.
All the 20 Districts Officers of DYSS participated in the meeting, while the District Youth Services & Sports Officers of Jammu division participated through virtual mode.
The meeting was informed by the DYSSOs that they and their allied staff are in constant touch with various construction agencies for early completion of various undertaken works.
The DYSSOs also brought in the notice of the chair that every possible step is being taken to ensure the best quality of the works being carried-out by different construction agencies.
Few district officers also raised some issues pertaining to the construction of play fields in their concerned districts and expressed their concerns about the unnecessary delay due to the no serious approach of certain elements of some construction agencies.
While responding to the concerns of some DYSSOs about the slow pace of work and delay in the execution by certain officers, he said that such issues shall be taken up with the DDCs of the concerned Districts.
The Director also stressed upon the field officers to ensure the serious implementation of the already issued calendar of activities with a special focus on the proper implementation of Covid-19 related SOPs during the conduct of various sports activities.
He expressed his joy over the serious and very encouraging efforts of the field staff of the Department in carrying-out the activities under Clean India Mission throughout J&K on mission mode. He congratulated all the DYSSOs for putting serious efforts in implementing such schemes and programmes in the most effective manner.
He further stated that the three best performing districts would be felicitated for implementing Clean India programme in letter and spirit as the performance of all the 20 districts of J&K is being judged by a UT level committee headed by Principal Secretary to Government DYSS.
Among others, Joint Director, Kashmir, Bashir Ahmed, Accounts Officer, Mohammed Hussain and Sectional Officer attended the meeting.
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