DC reviews saturation of Key Performance Indicators in Aspirational block Khawas

RAJOURI, JUNE 27: District Development Commissioner Rajouri, Om Prakash Bhagat today reviewed the saturation of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in Aspirational Block Khawas here at a meeting of stakeholder departments.
At the outset, the DDC conducted a detailed review of the sector-wise activities in block Khawas under the Aspirational Block Development program. The review encompassed six key performance indicators that cover Health & Nutrition, Social Development, Agriculture and allied services. The DDC emphasized the importance of achieving 100% saturation in respect of the six KPIs.
The DDC emphasized the need for continued collaboration, coordination and competence among the departments to achieve the desired outcomes and improve the quality of life for the residents.
In order to achieve saturation in 6 identified indicators in all 112 Aspirational Districts and 500 Aspirational Blocks, the meeting was informed that Nitin Aayog will launch a campaign called Sampoornata Abhiyan on 04th July 2024. The idea is to saturate the specified indicators within a span of three months (from 4 July to 30 September 2024) through an Action Plan working towards saturation – thereby fulfilling the benign principle of Sampoornata.
The DC directed the officers to ensure the participation of stakeholders to make necessary arrangements for the smooth and impactful conduct of the activities on the day of the launch. He also emphasized the importance of maximum participation in the awareness march and the display of placards and banners to convey the importance of this special campaign launch by NITI Aayog.
The District Development Commissioner impressed upon all concerned officers to work together to make this launch event a grand success and to convey a clear message to all stakeholders about the importance of this campaign.
The meeting was attended by the Chief Planning Officer, Maqsood Ahmed; Block Development Officer Khawas; Block Medical Officer Kandi; Block Medical Officer Kalakote; Child Development Project Officer Khawas and other concerned officers.

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