DDC Anantnag chairs DLRC meeting

Anantnag, May 31: A meeting of District Level Review Committee (DLRC) for the 4th quarter of 2017 – 18 was today held here at Dak Bungalow, Khanabal Anantnag under the chairmanship of District Development Commissioner, Anantnag, Mohammad Younis Malik.
On the occasion, the DDC was informed that by the end of March 2018, an amount of Rs 434260 lacs have been deposited out of which an advance of Rs312742 lacs has been made, making the credit-deposit ratio of 72.01%.
Under priority sector, lending a credit of Rs 1156.96 Cr has been extended against the target of Rs 1290.03 Cr, thereby registering an achievement of 90%.
On the occasion, the DDC instructed all the officers and bankers to work in synergy so that tangible improvements are witnessed at the ground level. He said that due to lack of awareness, people are not coming forward to avail benefits under different schemes. He stressed the need for mass awareness among the people regarding various welfare schemes through grass root level workers, so that maximum progress is achieved. He also called for organizing camps at educational institutions so that students belonging to lower income families are able to avail loans in order to get the better education.
The DDC also said that there is a need to identify the sectors where good dividends are subservient to capital infusion. The officers from the line departments were directed to tie up with the Lead Bank Manager in order to rejuvenate the sectors of the dairy, agriculture, and allied sectors. He further said that officers need to be well versed with the changing technology so that desired results can be achieved within the stipulated time period.
Reviewing the performance of schemes like Housing for All, Himayat, DEDS, NURM, Stand Up India and others, the DDC called for putting in extra efforts so that the benefits under these schemes can reach to maximum people.
With respect to linking of Aadhar numbers with the banking accounts for availing benefits under different schemes, all the bankers have been directed to establish Aadhar linkage centres for enrolment. Also, all the line departments were instructed to achieve the assigned targets well in time so the benefit reaches to the deserving in time.
It was agreed that people need to be educated about different schemes, for which the Lead Bank Manager was instructed to devise a calendar of camps that need to be organized at different locations. Also, all the line departments were directed to collaborate with the banking institutions in this regard.
The meeting was also attended by ADDC, Anantnag, Chief Agriculture Officer, Chief Horticulture Officer, officers from other line departments viz, Social Welfare, Animal Husbandry, Sheep husbandry, KVIB, NURM, NULM, Lead Bank Manager, ADGM, RBI, representatives of RBI, NABARD and other banks.