Advisor to Governor, Khurshid Ahmed Ganai today convened public outreach programme here under the aegis of JK Governor's Grievance Cell where scores of delegations and number of individuals apprised him about their issues and demands.The delegations hailing from various districts including Kathua, Rajouri, Reasi, Doda, Udhampur, Kishtwar projected demands related to road connectivity, water supply, power supply, healthcare and sanitation, relief, compensation to flood affected families and many other issues.Besides, delegations included ICDS Supervisors Association, Animal Husbandry Employees Association Jammu, Jammu Doctors Forum, Nidheesh Enclave resident welfare association, All J&K 10+2 lecturers forum, PMGSY Contractors, Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh Teachers Federation, Contractual Lecturers of Colleges, Helpline Humanity (NGO),International Human Rights Organization, All Diploma Engineers Association, SSA teachers Forum also met with Adivsor.The employees union representatives sought benefits of running grade, time bound promotion of 10+2 Lectures and under graduate teachers, DPCs and filling of vacant posts in Animal Husbandry Department.
A deputation from village Chiralla in Doda district demanded upgrading of PHC, power supply receiving station, opening of Zonal Education office and JK Bank Branch in their area. They also demanded construction of all-weather road from Mongri Morh to Sewa.People from Pouni of Reasi district demanded early settlement of their revenue cases.Another delegation from village Mahanpur in Kathua sought pacing up of renovation work of primary school at Ker and construction of roads in the area. Interacting with the delegations, Advisor said that all out efforts are being made to ensure satisfactory and uninterrupted delivery of services to the people at their doorstep.The Advisor assured the deputations that all their genuine demands would be addressed at the earliest.While interacting with delegations of teachers, the Advisor observed that the Education Department should organize capacity building programmes for the teachers to keep them abreast with the latest teaching styles in the fast-changing world. He said that many new concepts/researches have come up in the teaching field which a present-day teacher should be aware of, therefore, refresher courses become important.He advised the teachers to give their best and asked them to imbibe dynamism in their work culture and take the challenge of transforming the life of the children.Advisor to Governor, Khurshid Ahmad Ganai will be available for public hearing between 10.00 am and 12.00 Noon on Monday (30-07-2018) at Convention Centre/ Hall, Canal Road, Jammu.