DDC B’la chairs DLIC meeting; approves 46 cases under Mumkin scheme, 10 cases under Tejaswini

BARAMULLA, MARCH 05: The District Development Commissioner (DDC) Baramulla, Minga Sherpa Tuesday chaired the District Level Implementation Committee (DLIC) meeting at the meeting hall of DC Office Complex, here to review the implementation of Mumkin and Tejaswini schemes in the district.
The concerned officer comprehensively briefed the chair and other members on the current status of the cases that were approved in previous DLIC meetings. Also, several new cases of unemployed eligible youth in the district were presented to the Committee for approval under Mumkin and Tejaswini schemes.
After thoroughly reviewing the cases, the DDC approved 46 new cases under Mumkin and 10 Tejaswini cases, thereby enabling them to explore self-employment avenues to significantly improve their livelihoods.
During the meeting, DDC directed the Lead District Manager to sanction all pending cases under Mission Youth schemes viz; Mumkin and Tejaswini by or before 22nd March 2024 in order to utilize the funds allotted during the current financial year.
Furthermore, Minga Sherpa instructed the officers to diligently prepare and gear up for various activities aimed at empowering youth clubs across the district to foster community engagement and provide meaningful opportunities for the youth.
Chief Planning Officer, Assistant Regional Transport Officer, Functional Manager District Industries Centre, Lead District Manager besides other concerned Officers and officials were present in the meeting.
Later, DDC Baramulla handed over the keys of highly subsidized small commercial vehicles among 10 young eligible beneficiaries under the Mumkin scheme thereby empowering them to earn a sustainable livelihood for themselves and their families in a dignified manner.
Interacting directly with the beneficiaries, the DDC congratulated them and encouraged them to utilize the vehicles effectively to sustain their livelihoods.
Minga Sherpa further urged the youth to step forward and avail the benefits of similar government-run beneficiary schemes, highlighting the potential for positive impact on their lives and communities.

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