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Information related to Schemes/ Activities presently in vogue

  1. Total No. of Schemes/activities presently available 07
  2. Name and Objective of the Scheme /Activity (Scheme wise/ Activity wise if more than one)

Schemes:

  • Integrated Sheep Development Scheme (ISDS)
  • Mini- Sheep Farm (MSF)
  • Integrated Development of Small Ruminants and Rabbits (IDSRR)
  • Kissan Credit Card (KCC)

 

Other Activites:

  • Providing Elite Rams for Breeding to farms for upgradation of local livestock.
  • Providing vaccines/medicines at subsidized rates.
  • Purchase of elite germplasm from progressive breeders at profitable cost.
  • Introduction of scientific managemental practices in sheep rearing.
  • Organizing Awareness/Demonstration camps for farmers/breeders.

 

 

  1. Benefits for the Public
  • Employment generation through the immplementationf the above mentioned schemes,
  • Up gradation of livestock by providing elite rams to breeders free of cost

 

  1. Eligibility Criteria) (Who Can Apply and How to Apply) Necessary links if opted online may be provided

Any citizen of District Doda can avail the benefits of the schemes.

For any Query ,Contact Person details are given below 

S. No Total number of schemes Contact person E-mail Contact Number
1 07 Rinku Kumar Dshododa1960@gmail.com 9070657570

For More Info Visit :- http://jkash.nic.in/

 

Brief Description of the Department: The Department of Floriculture, Gardens & Parks was established by Prof. K.N. Koul in the year 1969 for maintenance of Mughal and other Gardens of pristine glory. Department of Floriculture, Parks and Gardens, Jammu established the Office of the Assistant Floriculture Officer, Doda in November 2010.

Activities of Department of Floriculture, Gardens & Parks in District Doda:

Maintaing DC Office lawn and DC Residence Lawns. New Park is under development near Ganpat Bridge. Commercial Floriculture is the main activity of the Department.

Till now 616 farmers have been registered with the Department.

OBJECTIVES:

  • To Maintain the already existing Parks and Gardens and to develop the new parks so as to promote Tourism sector and provide recreational facilities to the people of Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory.
  • To ameliorate the economic conditions of small & marginal farmers under commercial Floriculture being implemented under Centrally Sponsored Schemes launched by the Govt. of India.
  • Enhance production and productivity of Flower crops, aromatic crops and generate employment
  • Marigold and Lavender are two main crops which are being cultivated. Beside this cultivation of Rosemary and Bulgarian rose recently started by few farmers.

LAVENDER:

Lavendula angustifolia, commonly known as lavender belongs to family Lamiaceae.

  • The estimated area under cultivation in Doda district is 40 ha (800 Kanals).
  • The oil percentage extracted from flowers ranges from 1% to 1.5%.
  • Uses: Antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, reduces stress, depression, Used in balms, perfumes, cosmetics, used as a natural mosquito repellent.
  • Market price:-
  • Lavender oil =  Rs 8000 – 10000 per kg.
  • Dry flowers = Rs 500 – 800 per kg.

Development of Small Lavender Nurseries

  • In 2018-2019 Under Centrally Sponsored Schemes 02 small nurseries were developed at Khellani Top and Dhrudu on 02 kanals area each and 1.10 lacs planting material was produced by farmers.
  • In 2019-2020 Under Centrally Sponsored Schemes, 01 small nursery on 02 kanals area was developed at  Gutassa and 60,000 planting material was produced by farmer.
  • In 2020-21, three small nurseries developed on 3.3 kanals area by farmers under Centrally Sponsored Schemes (Capex).

Information related to Schemes/Activities presently in vogue:

  1. Total no. of Schemes/Activities presently available: 04
  2. Name and Objective of the Scheme Activity (Scheme wise/ Activity wise if more than one):

1. Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH)

Components of the Scheme:

  1. Area Expansion:- Cut Flower & Loose Flower (Marigold)
  2. Aromatic Plants:- Lavender, Rosemary etc.

iii. Organic Farming:- Permanent Vermicompost Unit (Size 30’ x 8’ x 2.5’).

  1. Plantation Infrastructure Development:- Small Nursery (Private Sector)
  2. Human Resource Development:- Training /Exposure Visits of farmers within District/UT of J&K and outside UT of J&K

 

2. Agricultural Technology Management Agency (ATMA)

Components of the Scheme:

  1. Training of farmers within District/UT of J&K and outside UT of J&K
  2. Exposure Visit of farmers within District/UT of J&K and outside UT of J&K

iii. Kissan Goshties

3. Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY)

Components of the Scheme:

  1. Area Expansion:- Cut Flower & Loose Flower (Marigold)
  2. Organic Farming:- Permanent Vermicompost Unit (Size 30’ x 8’ x 2.5’).

 4. CAPEX Budget

Components of the Scheme:

  1. Area Expansion:- Cut Flower & Loose Flower (Marigold)
  2. Aromatic Plants:- Lavender, Rosemary etc.

iii. Organic Farming:- Permanent Vermicompost Unit (Size 30’ x 8’ x 2.5’).

  1. Plantation Infrastructure Development:- Small Nursery (Private Sector)

Objective of the Schemes: To provide the 50% assistance to the farmers under Centrally Sponsored Schemes/ CAPEX Budget to uplift the socio-economic status of the farming community.

  1. Benefits for the Public:
  2. To provide the financial assistance to the growers upto 40 kanals area under Area Expansion @ 50% of the total cost (i.e Rs. 2500/- per kanal for the Cut flower/ Hybrid Marigold flowers and aromatic plants like lavender, rosemary etc.)
  3. To provide the financial assistance to the growers upto 40 kanals area under Area Expansion @ 50% of the total cost (i.e Rs. 1000/- per kanal for the Loose Marigold flowers)

iii. To provide the financial assistance to the growers under Organic Farming @ 50% of the total cost (i.e Rs. 50,000/- for vermicompost unit)

  1. To provide the financial assistance to the growers upto 2 kanals area under Plantation Infrastructure Development @ 50% of the total cost (i.e Rs. 37,500/- per kanal for small nursery (Private Sector)

 

  1. Eligibility Criteria (Who can apply and How to Apply) Necessary links if opted online may be provided: Farmer having own land or land on lease/deed can apply by filling the registration form available in AFO Office Doda.

 

 

Contact Details of Nodal Officer:

  • Sunil Singh, Deputy Director (Nodal Officer Centrally Sponsored Schemes) Jammu. M.No. 9906197106

Contact Details of the Persons Dealing with the schemes/activities from Office side:

  • Pawan Kumar, Assistant Floriculture Officer, Doda. M.No. 9469165432
  • Shahbaz Saleem, looking after AFO Office work. M.No. 9596719176
  • Sadeeq, I/C CSS Doda. M.No. 9797322719
  • Shabir Ahmed, I/C CSS Doda M.No. 6006838504

The Handicrafts products of Handicrafts and Handloom, Department Jammu and Kashmir have acquired worldwide fame. In district Doda , the Office of Assistant Director Handicrafts, Doda, is imparting training to unemployed in crafts such as Phoolkari, Crewel, Stapple, Sozni Lathe cum Lacquer and Carpet Weaving at 14 training centres. Trainees are provided the monthly stipend of Rs 500 and Rs 700 per month for elementary and advance training course; which is enhanced to Rs 1000 and Rs 1500 per month w.e.f April 2021. Every year about 350 trainees passes out from 14 training centres running in District Doda.

 

Post Training Assistance to Artisans:-

 

  • Registration of artisans, which makes them eligible to participate in Handicrafts Exhibitions/Melas.
  • Sponsoring soft loans upto 2.00 lac for starting self employment ventures under Credit Card Scheme.
  • Marketing support to artisans by organising exhibitions/crafts melas and selling products via e-commerce platform such as Flipkart.

 

Progress in F.Y 2020-21

 

  • 400 artisans were brought within ambit of 35 cooperative societies in 2020-21, which make them eligible for financial assistance of Rs 1.00 lac per Cooperative Society.
  • 106 cases were sponsored to different financial institutions under Credit Card Scheme for Artisans and Weavers to avail loan upto Rs 2.00 lac.

 

Nodal officer Details :-

Name Designation Phone
Satish Kumar Rana AD, Handicraft Doda 9419175093

For More Info Visit :-

http://www.jkhandicrafts.com/

INTRODUCTION

 

Horticulture plays an important role in economic development of the district. About 80% of the population of the district Doda falls under small, marginal scheduled caste and schedule tribes category who are directly or indirectly involved in fruit growing. The District Doda is blessed with two types of agro climatic conditions ranging from sub-temperate and temperate climate zones. Each type of agro climatic zones has enormous potential to grow different kinds of fruit crops viz, Apple, Peach, Apricot, Plum, Pear, Almond and Walnut. Besides this special rare and minor fruits like Strawberry, Olive, Pecannut and Kiwi are also showing good performance.

Presently an area of about 14053.27 Hectares is under fruit cultivation in the District, which includes 7591.57 Hectares under fresh and 6461.70 Hectares under dry fruit with annual estimated production of 21038.81 metric tons (Fresh= 3415.25 and Dry = 17623.56) for the year 2020-21.

As per preliminary estimates about 16500 Hectares of Land is available for further expansion under Horticulture.

DEPARTMENT OF HORTICULTURE DODA

Various components / Activities provided by the department of Horticulture under different beneficiaries oriented schemes viz. MIDH, PMDP, PMKSY, RKVY, CAPEX, NFSM, ATMA, SMAM etc. to the farmers/ orchardists and pattern of Assistance is as under:-

S.

No. 

Name of Component/ Activity  Pattern of Assistance (Incentives available)
1 High Density Plantation (CAPEX) 50% of the cost of project limited to Rs. 50000/- per Ha.
2 Normal Spacing Plantation (MIDH) 50% of the cost of project limited to Rs. 18000/- per Ha.(1st Year)
3 Ultra High Density Plantation (PMDP) 50% of the cost limited to Rs. 19.95 lacs per Ha./ Rs. 16.0 lacs per Ha.
4 Rejuvenation/ Canopy Management (MIDH) 50% of the total cost limited to Rs. 20000/- per Ha.
5 Water Harvesting Tank 20m×20m×3m dimension 50% of the cost including plastic/ RCC Lining limited to Rs. 90000/- per Unit.
6 Tubular Structure (MIDH& PMDP) 50% of cost limited to Rs. 609.50 per Sq.mtr.
7 Promotion of INM and IPM (MIDH) 30% of cost limited to 1200/Ha.
8 Vermicompost (MIDH) 50% of cost conforming to the size 30’×08’×2.5′ limited to Rs. 50000/ Unit.
9 Vermibed (MIDH) 50% of cost confirming to the size 12’×4’×2′ limited to Rs. 8000/ Unit.
10 Tractor Upto 20 BHP 35% of cost limited to Rs. 1.00 lacs per unit.
11 Power Tiller (Below 8BHP) 50% of cost of limited to Rs. 0.50 lacs SC, ST, Small & Marginal Farmers and in case of General only 40% per unit in the SMAM scheme.
12 Power Tiller (Above 8BHP) 50% of cost limited to Rs. 0.75 lacs for SC, ST, Small & Marginal Farmers and in case of General only 40% per unit in the SMAM scheme.
13 Pack House (MIDH & PMDP) 50% of cost limited to Rs. 2.00 lacs / unit.
14 Preservation Unit Low Cost 50% of cost limited to Rs. 1.00 lac/ unit.
15 Aluminum Ladder (SMAM) 50% of cost limited to Rs. 15000/- per No. for SC, ST, Small & Marginal Farmers and in case of General only 40% per unit in the SMAM scheme.
16 Manual Knap Sack (SMAM) 50% of cost .limited to Rs. 750/- per No. for SC, ST, Small & Marginal Farmers and in case of General only 40% per unit in the SMAM scheme.
17 Power Knap Sack Tiwan Sprayer (SMAM) 50% of cost limited to Rs. 3100/- per No. for SC, ST, Small & Marginal Farmers and in case of General only 40% per unit in the SMAM scheme.
18 Garden Hand Tool (SMAM) 50% of cost limited to Rs. 1200/- per No. for SC, ST, Small & Marginal Farmers and in case of General only 40% per unit in the SMAM scheme.
19 Power operated Pruning, Budding, Grafting Tools (SMAM) 50% of the cost. Limited to Rs. 0.50 lac. for SC, ST, Small & Marginal Farmers and in case of General only 40% per unit.
20 Drip Irrigation System (PMKSY)

55% of cost limited to Rs. 0.15906 lacs per Ha. for 10m×10m.,

55% of cost limited to Rs. 0.22198 lacs per Ha. for 6m×6m and

55% of cost limited to Rs 0.26051 lacs per Ha. for 4m×4m

21 Sprinkler Irrigation System 8m×8m 55% of cost limited to Rs. 0.64644 lacs per Ha.
22 Portable Sprinkler System (75mm) 55% of cost limited to Rs. 0.15057 lacs.
23 Water Carrying Pipes (PMKSY) 50% of cost. Limited to Rs. 50/- per mtr. for laminated HDPE.
24 Pump Set (PMKSY) 50% of cost limited to Rs. 10000/- per unit
25 Diesel / Electric Pump Set. (PMKSY) 50% of cost limited to Rs. 15000/- per Unit

The eligible applicants/ farmers for availing the subsidy have to apply to Horticulture Development Officer of the concerned zone and get registered. The Horticulture Development Officer shall proceed further under rules as per the guidelines of the schemes.

 

List of schemes implemented in the Department of Horticulture District Doda for 2020-21.

S.No. Name of the Scheme
1 MIDH         = Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture
2 CAPEX       = Capital Expenditure
3 PMDP         = Pardhan Mantri Development Package
4 SMAM        = Sub- Mission for Agriculture Mechanization
5 NFSM         = National Food Security Mission
6 ATMA        = Agriculture Technology Management Agency
7 PMKSY      = Pardhan Mantri Krishi Senchai Yojana
8 RKVY         = Rashtrya Krishi Senchai Yojana

 

 

List of Officers for any query

 

S.

No.

Name of the officer Designation with place of posting Contact No.
1 Sh. R.K.Kotwal Chief Horticulture Officer Doda 7889403879
2 Sh. Shakil Ahmed District Horti. Officer Doda 9797438671
3 Sh. Rahat Bashir Horti. Dev. Officer Bhaderwah 9906079140
4 Sh. Abid Hussain Horti. Dev. Officer Bhagwah/Assar 9906336290
5 Sh. Mohinder Singh Horti. Dev. Officer Doda/Marmat 9596701940
6 Sh. Hukam Chand Horti. Dev. Officer Thathri / Bhallessa  

Name of Government Scheme

PM- Formalization of Micro Food Processing Enterprises Scheme (PM FME Scheme)

(https://mofpi.nic.in/pmfme/index.html)

(https://mofpi.nic.in/pmfme/docs/SchemeBrochureI.pdf   )

https://mofpi.nic.in/pmfme/docs/SchemeBrochureII.pdf   )

Aim

The scheme aims to:

i) Enhance the competitiveness of existing individual micro -enterprises in the unorganized segment of the food processing industry and promote formalization of the sector.

ii) Support Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs), Self Help Groups (SHGs) and Producers Cooperatives along their entire value chain.

Objectives

The objectives of scheme are to build capability of microenterprises to enable:

(i) Increased access to credit by existing micro food processing entrepreneurs, FPOs, Self Help Groups and Co-operatives;

(ii) Integration with organized supply chain by strengthening branding & marketing;

(iii) Support for transition of existing 2,00,000 enterprises into formal framework;

(iv) Increased access to common services like common processing facility, laboratories, storage, packaging, marketing and incubation services;

(v) Strengthening of institutions, research and training in the food processing sector;

(vi) Increased access for the enterprises, to professional and technical support.

One District One Product-The PMFME Scheme adopts One District One Product (ODOP) approach to reap the benefit of scale in terms of procurement of inputs, availing common services and marketing of products. ODOP for the scheme will provide the framework for value chain development and alignment of support infrastructure.

Programme Components

(i) Support to individual and groups of micro enterprises;

Individual micro food processing units would be provided credit-linked capital subsidy @35% of the eligible project cost with a maximum ceiling of Rs.10.0 lakh per unit. Beneficiary contribution should be minimum of 10% of the project cost with balance being loan from Bank.

The Scheme would support clusters and groups such as FPOs/SHGs/ producer cooperatives along their entire value chain for sorting, grading, assaying, storage, common processing, packaging, marketing, processing of agri-produce, and testing laboratories.

(ii) Branding and Marketing Support

Marketing and branding support would be provided to groups of FPOs/SHGs/ Cooperatives or an SPV of micro food processing enterprises under the Scheme.

iii) Support for strengthening of institutions;

iv) Setting up robust project management framework.

(For further information please visit  https://mofpi.nic.in/pmfme/docs/SchemeGuidelines.pdf   )

Contact Points for PMFME-ODOP Scheme in Doda , Name of the Point Email-ID Phone no.

Area Marketing Officer Pulwama (Nodal Point)

sunilsinghhorticulture@gmail.com

9419111421

For Online Registration visit: (http://pmfme.mofpi.gov.in/pmfme/#/Home-Page )

(http://pmfme.mofpi.gov.in/pmfme/#/Login )

DEPARTMENT OF FOOD CIVIL SUPPLIES AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS, DODA

 

Sugar Entitlement under JK Special Sugar Scheme
Only AAY families are now eligible for Monthly Sugar Entitlement @ 1Kg per AAY families @ Rs. 13.50 per Kg under JK Special Sugar Scheme.  This Scheme is covering 9200 AAY families (approx.) in District Doda.

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Website link of department :- http://jkfcsca.gov.in/

  1. Total no of schemes or activity presently available are two in nos.
  2. Name & objective of the schemes or activity.
  • Pradham Mantri Weavers Mudra Yojna:It is being implemented by the Handloom Dev. Department to provide adequate and timely credit up to to Rs.  2 lakhs to the weavers to made their credit requirement mostly individual proprietorship/own account enterprises.
  • Credit Card Scheme fo Artisan & Weavers for Handloom Department:The objective of the credit card scheme for artisan & weavers is to provide adequate and timely assistance from the financial institutions.

A maximum limit of Rs. 2 lakh will be fixed with loan component of Rs. 1.8 lakh and beneficiaries contribution of Rs. 20000. Interest Subsidy of 7% for a period of five years from the date of disburdenment of the loan subject to annual review of the competent authorities.

  1. Benefits of the public:– The main aim of the above mentioned schemes is to provide credit to the weaver community to generate self employment and achieve the aim of Atam Nirbhar Bharat.
  2. Eligibility Criteria: – Registered weavers or traditional weavers can apply for the scheme.
  3. Contact detail of the Officer:- Dr Rahul Sharma : 9596615717
  4. Contact detail of the person dealing with the scheme or activity from office side:  Abid Hussain Wani: 8803732085

 

Pension Schemes

A) ISSS(Integrated Social Security Scheme)

  1. Pension for old aged persons(OAP)
  2. Pension for women in distress(WIDOW)
  3. Pension for physically challenged persons(PCP)
  4. Pension for Transgender(TG)

B) NSAP (National Social Assistance Programme)

  1. IGNOAPS (Indra Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme)
  2. IGNWPS (Indra Gandhi National Widow Pension Scheme)
  3. IGNDPS (Indra Gandhi National Disability Pension Scheme)
  4. NFBS (National Family Benefit Scheme)

C) Scheme of State Rehabilitation Council of Militancy Victims

  1. Pension to OAP, WIDOWS and PCP
  2. Marriage Assistance to Widows and Grown up daughters
  3. Scholarship to orphan of civilian killed in militancy
  4. providing of motorized Tri Cycles
Scholarship Schemes

A) Pre-matric Scholarship

  1. SC/OBC/PHC
  2. Re-imbursement of exam fees
  3. Special Coaching to SC Students
  4. Children whose parents are engaged in unclean occupation

B) Post-matric Scholarship

  1. Post matric Scholarship to SC
  2. Post matric Scholarship to OBC
  3. Post matric Scholarship to Physically Handicapped Students
  4. Post matric Scholarship to EBC
  5. Post matric Scholarship to De-notified Tribes
  6. Special coaching to SC students
  7. Children whose parents are engaged in unclean occupation

C) Minority Scholarship

  1. Pre-matric, Post-matric and Merit cum means Scholarship to minority community
Provision of Prosthetic Aids Under this Scheme physically handicapped persons whose income does not exceed Rs. 500/- per month are provided Prosthetic Aid to Orthopedically handicapped persons and artificial appliances i.e. Tri Cycles, Wheel Chairs, Crutches, hearing Aids. Besides artificial limbs etc. are also being provided by the Department. The beneficiary shall approach the concerned District Social Welfare Officer.
Special Assistance to SC and ST under sub plan  
Residential Homes A) Nari Niketan
Vocational Centres A) Social Welfare centres
Grant-in-aid to NGO’s  
State Marriage Assistance Schemes  
AASRA
  1. PMJJBY
  2. PMSBY
Project Assist to NFCH (National Foundation For Communal Harmony) A) Scholarship to the orphans of civilian killed in militancy
PMAGY(Pradhan Mantri Adrash Gram Yojna)  
For more Info about Schemes visit https://jksocialwelfare.nic.in/pdf/Schemes.pdf

 

Introduction

The District Industries Centers (DICs) programme was started in 1978 with a view to providing integrated administrative framework at the district level for encouraging entrepreneurs in rural areas. The DIC is treated as a single window interacting agency at the district level which provides service and support to small entrepreneurs under a single roof at both pre and post investments. District Industries Centers (DICs) give full assistance to the entrepreneurs who are going to start the business on their own and in their regional places. DICs provide various schemes for promoting the growth of rural and cottage industries and also different (micro, small and macro) industrial enterprises

District Industries Centre (DIC) Doda

 The District Industries Centre (DIC) Doda came into existence in the year 1978 headquarter at Doda. The aim of DIC is to attract substantial investment in Industry for production of goods and services and employment generation through optimal utilization of the available resources including human resources.

The Main functions of District Industries Centre are as under:

1. To motivate, guide and facilitate the entrepreneurs to get themselves registered with the District Industries Centre for establishment of Industrial Units.

2.  Issuance of EM Part-I and E.M. Part-II in favour of the Industrial Units.

Facilitate the Promotion of MSME units by way of arrangements of financial assistance from banks / financial institutions.

3,  To implement the provision of various types of incentives being extended by the J&K/Central Government.

4, To help in marketing of end products through SICOP and other Government agencies.

5, To ensure that maximum employment in the industrial units is provided to the locals.

6, Provision of employment opportunities to educated unemployed youths through Prime Minister Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP).

7, Identification of land for establishment of industrial estates in the district in which land at the lowest market rates is provided to the entrepreneur for establishment of the unit etc.

8, The various incentives available to the entrepreneur under the Govt. of India/ J&K Govt. Industrial Policy

 

Vision

To achieve sustainable, equitable, environment friendly and balanced industrial growth leading to creation of employment and generation of income.

 

Mission

To promote and develop Micro, Small, Medium Enterprises (MSME’s)  in the District in order to contribute to the Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP).

Objective

  1. Industrial development with focus on employment generation and wealth creation.
  2. To promote labour intensive Industry.
  3. To encourage utilization of local available raw material.
  4. To promote human resource development for creation of skilled labour forces.

Strategies

  1. Creation of land bank for development of industrial estates.
  2. Providing improved infrastructure and supports services.
  3. Ease of Doing Business through simplification of procedures and rules.

 

Achievements

  • Industrial Estate

Establishment of Industrial Estate in District. Industrial Estate Dandi Bhaderwah has been established and eleven  other  new Land  has been identified and transferred to Department of Industries & Commerce. At present these patches of Land are under development stage  being  developed by  Executing Agency SICOP

New Industrial Estate being Developed in District Doda

S.no Village

                                        Area

 

Kanal                                                  Marla

1 Mohalla 114 08
2 Bereru 115 10
3 Sichal 120 00
4 Goha 105 00
5 Bhella 50 00
6 Kandote 40 00
7 Gugara 45 00
8 Kencha 88 08
9 Goila 40 00
10 Kansoo 45 00
11 Kursari 70 00
                                                                    Total Area

                               833 Kanals  4 marlas

 

 

Prime Minister Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP)

PMEGP is Government of India backed credit linked subsidy scheme administered by the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India. In every district DIC along with KVIB, KVIC are sponsoring agency of this scheme. DIC can sponsor the PMEGP case both in rural and urban area.

Achievements of DIC Doda till date under PMEGP

DIC Doda has been on top notch in division Jammu with respect to PMEGP.

Year No. of Beneficiaries

Margin Money subsidy

Involved in Lakhs

Employment Generated
2009-10 06 7.19 26
2010-11 48 51.50 169
2011-12 11 10.05 25
2012-13 19 19.476 60
2013-14 19 28.708 93
2014-15 25 37.80 126
2015-16 57 79.60 308
2016-17 44 52.55 201
2017-18 57 74.89 271
2018-19 50 71.05 166
2019-20 108 203.45 612
2020-21 136 305.69 810
 Total 496 941.954 2867 souls

 

Besides DIC Doda has also provided DG Set on 100% subsidy and various incentives on Plant & Machinery, Pollution equipments etc.

For More Info Visit :- http://jkindustriescommerce.nic.in/index.html

For any Query , you may contact :-

Dr. Khalid Hussain Malik GM, DIC (District Industry center), Doda. 9622588222

 

Brief Description of the Department: Department of Health (National Health Mission, NHM)

Information related to Schemes/Activities presently in vogue:

 

S. No Name of Scheme Objective of Scheme
1 Janani Suraksha Karyakram (JSY) Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) is a safe motherhood intervention under the National Health Mission (NHM). It is being implemented with the objective of reducing maternal and neonatal mortality by promoting institutional delivery among pregnant women.
2 Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakram (JSSK)

In view of the difficulty being faced by the pregnant women and parents of sick new- born along-with high out of pocket expenses incurred by them on delivery and treatment of sick- new-born, Ministry of health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) has taken a major initiative to provide completely free and cashless services to pregnant women including normal deliveries and caesarean operations and sick new born(up to 1 yearafter birth) in Government health institutions in both rural & urban areas.

Government of India has launched Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakaram (JSSK) on 1st June, 2011.

3 Rashtrya Bal Swasth Karyakram (RBSK)

The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, under the National Health Mission launched the Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK), an innovative and ambitious initiative, which envisages Child Health Screening and Early Intervention Services, a systemic approach of early identification and link to care, support and treatment. This programme subsumes the existing school health programme.

Child Health Screening and Early Intervention Services basically refer to early detection and management of a set of 30 health conditions prevalent in children less than 18 years of age. These conditions are broadly Defects at birth, Diseases in children, Deficiency conditions and Developmental delays including Disabilities – 4D’s

4 National Programme for Cardio vascular diseases, Diabetes, Cancer and Stroke (NPCDCS) The National Programme for Prevention and Control of Cancer, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Diseases and Stroke (NPCDCS) was launched in 2010 with focus on strengthening infrastructure, human resource development, health promotion, to provide services for early diagnosis, treatment and follow-up for common Non Communicable Diseases. Provision has been made under the programme to provide free diagnostic facilities and drugs for patients attending the NCD clinics.
5 National Programme for control of Blindness National Programme for Control of Blindness & Visual Impairment (NPCBVI) was launched in the year 1976 as a 100% Centrally Sponsored scheme with the goal to reduce the prevalence of blindness from 1.4% to 0.3%
6 National Mental Health Programme The Government of India launched the National Mental Health Programme (NMHP) in 1982, keeping in view the heavy burden of mental illness in the community,  Families bear disproportionate financial, physical, mental, emotional and social burden of providing treatment and care for their relatives with mental illness, persons with health problems and the environment around them should be made conducive to facilitate recovery rehabilitation and full participation in society.
7 National Leprosy Eradication Programme The National Leprosy Eradication Programme (NLEP) is a Centrally Sponsored Health Scheme and it has been implemented with the major objective of reducing the disease burden, prevention of disability and to improve awareness among the mass about Leprosy and its curability
8 National Tuberculosis Eradication Programme (NTEP)

Tuberculosis (TB) control activities are implemented in the country for more than 50 years. The National TB Programme (NTP) was launched by the Government of India in 1962 in the form of District TB Centre model to improve the quality and reach of services, and worked to reach global case detection and cure targets.

 

 

9 Pradhan Mantri National Dialysis Programme (PMNDP) Every year about 2.2 Lakh new patients of End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) get addedin India resulting in additional demand for 3.4 Crore dialysis every year. Withapproximately 4950dialysis centres, largely in the private sector in India, the demand is less than half met with existinginfrastructure. Since every Dialysis has an additional expenditure tag of about Rs.2000, it resultsin a monthly expenditure for patients to the tune of Rs.3-4 Lakhs annually. Besides, most familieshave to undertake frequent trips, and often over long distances to access dialysis services incurringheavy travel costs and loss of wages for the patient and family members accompanying the patient.
10 National Oral Health Programme  (NOHP) Oral diseases affect both the young and the old. Some of the common diseases are dental caries, periodontal diseases, malocclusion, sub-mucosal fibrosis, oral cancer etc. Cleft lip and cleft palate also continue to affect the population. Oral lesions are also common with patients with HIV/AIDS and other debilitating systemic conditions.
11 Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP)
  • To strengthen/maintain decentralized laboratory based IT enabled disease surveillance system for epidemic prone diseases to monitor disease trends and to detect and respond to outbreaks in early rising phase through trained Rapid Response Team (RRTs)
12 Ayushman Bharat – PMJAY- Sehat

Aim to help economically vunerable Indians who are in need of healthcare facilities. Prime Minister Modi rolled out this health insurance scheme on 23rd of September 2018 to cover 50 core Indian.

 

23rd of September-2019 PM Modi launched this scheme to cover population of UT J&K.

13 Adolescent Health Adolescent Anaemia is a long standing public health problem in India and it is estimated that more than 5 crores adolescents (15 to 19 years are anaemic in the country). Anaemia is caused by Iron deficiency and adolescents are at high risk of Iron deficiency and thereby anaemia due to accelerated growth and body mass building, poor dietary intake of iron and high rate of worm infestation In girls deficiency of iron is further aggravated with higher demands with onset of menstruation and also due to the problem of adolescent pregnancy and conception.

 

B

BRIEF DESCRIPTION 

                           

District Doda is bestowed with warm as well as cold water fisheries resources and has a wide scope of development of Fisheries sector. Both warm as well as cold water fishes can be and are being cultured at Farms/ Hatcheries/ Ponds in both Public as well as  Private Sector. The major water body of this district is river Chenab, and there are a number of its small tributaries like NeeruNallah (life line of Bhaderwah) Kalnei Stream (Bhalessa) DessaNallah, Bharat Nallah and Marmat Nallah (Doda), all of which ultimately joins the river Chenab. Besides there is a stretch of 35 km of Bhagliar reservoir within the administrative control of this District.

  1. Total no of schemes/activities presently available:

 

  1. Conservation of fisheries resources
  2. Stocking of natural water bodies
  • Registration of fishermen
  1. Culture of fishes
  2. Welfare schemes for fishermen
  3. Construction of private fish culture unit
  4. Name and Objective of the Scheme /Activity (Scheme wise/ Activity wise if more than one)
Name of Scheme/ Activity Objective of scheme
Conservation of fisheries resources In order to overcome the over exploitation of fishes in the various water resources, Fishermen are registered every year for legal fishing purposes. Fishing without license or employing the prohibited means of exploitation of fish is strictly prohibited under Fisheries Act.

Stocking of natural water bodies

 

Stocking of various natural water bodies is being carried out for conservation of Gene Pool at District Level.
Registration of fishermen In order to overcome the over exploitation of fishes in  various water resources, Fishermen are registered every year for regulation of fisheries activities.
Culture of fishes Fishes are being cultured in both public sector (Govt. farms) as well as private sector where fish is reared for sale to common masses.
Welfare scheme for fishermen Under this scheme assistance is also provided to the bonafide fisherman community for construction of the Low Cost Houses.
Construction of private fish culture unit Under this scheme unemployed, educated youths are identified for establishment of their Own Fish units

 

 

  1. Benefits for the public:
  • Employment Generation scheme
  • Conservation of gene pool
  • Regulation of fisheries action

 

  1. Eligibility Criteria
Scheme Eligibility criteria
Welfare of fishermen (Housing for fisher)

1.      The housing unit should have a minimum plinth area of 25 Sq.m

2.      Beneficiaries should be actively involved in fishing activities and registered at least for 05 years.

3.      Preference to be given to fishers falling under Below Poverty Line(BPL)

4.      Beneficiaries owning kutcha houses can also be considered.

Construction of private fish culture unit

1.      Beneficiaries shall provide documentary evidence of availability of requisite land free from all encumbrances and financial resources. No funds shall be provided for the land.

2.      The site should be feasible in every aspect.

 

  1. Contact details of Nodal Officer:

 

Nodal Officer Contact Number
Sh. MuzafferMehrajMintoo 8492083502

 

 

 

 

 

 

           Trout Raceway in Private Sector                                                      Low Cost House

  1. Contact Details of the Persons dealing with the schemes/activities from office side:
S.No Name of the dealing official/ officer Contact Details
01 Sh. Rajesh Khajuria, Inspector Headquarter 7889633417

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT REGIONAL TRANSPORT OFFICER, DODA (Email: artododajmu@gmail.com)

MOTOR VEHICLES DEPARTMENT DISTRICT DODA

Motor Vehicles Department is headed by Assistant Regional Transport Officer at Distrct Level and the department performs the following functions:-

  1. Registration of Commercial/Non- Commercial Vehicles.
  2. Issuance/Renewal of Fitness Certificates in respect of Commercial/Non- Commercial Vehicles.
  3. Issuance/Renewal of Driving Licenses’
  4. Grant of Conductors license.
  5. Collection of Token Tax/Passenger Tax and Fees etc.
  6. To Provide Transport Facility on different routes of the District
  7. Grant/Renewal Of Permits
  8. Issuance/Renewal of Trade Certificates.
  9. Registration of Pollution Checking Centres/Driving Institutes.
  10. Promotion Road Safety through Awareness Programmes.
  11. Enforcement of Traffic Rules.

Department also providing the following services through Online Mode on Parivahan Portal:-

  1. Registration of Non-Transport Vehicles
  2. Issuance of Learner License.
  3. Issuance of Driving License.
  4. Renewal of permit
  5. Renewal of Fitness
  6. Issuance/Renewal of Trade Certificates
  7. Renewal/Replacement of Driving Licenses.
  8. Renewal of trade Certificates.
  9. Renewal of Pollution Checking Centres.
  10. Renewal of Liscense of Driving Schools.
  11. Issuance of Duplicate Driving Liscense.
  12. Transfer of Ownership of Vehicles.
  13. Hire purchase agreement Cancellation/Endorsement.

 

Contact details of Officials:-

ARTO Doda                                                         9419155505

MVI Doda                                                            9697642124

URBAN LOCAL BODIES JAMMU (Municipal Committee Bhaderwah)
Total No. of Schemes/activities presently available Name and Objective of the Scheme/ Activity (Scheme wise/ Activity wise if more than one)  Benefits for the Public Eligibility Criteria (Who can apply and how to Apply) Necessary links if opted online may be provided Contact Detail of Nodal Officer Photographs relevent to the Scheme/Activity   Contact Details of the Persons dealing with the Scheme/ activities from office side.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
2 Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna (Urban) Construction of New House/ Enhancement of existing House 1. Family belongs to Economically Weaker Section (EWS) having an Annual income upto Rs 3.00 Lacs.(Documents: Income Certificate from Tehsildar and Self declaration).                                                                                                                                                  2. Family is defined as Husband, Wife and Unmarried (Sons and or unmarried daughter) – An adult earning member (irrespective of marital status) can be treated as separate household.( Self-declaration).                                                                                                             3. The beneficiary family should not own a pucca house either in his/ her name or in the name of any member of his family/her family in any part of India.                                                                                                                                      4. In case of married couple, either of the spouses or both together in joint ownership wil be eligible for single house subjected to income eligibility of the household.                                                                                                                                      5. Beneficiary living in rented accomodation and owning land to construct new house is also eligible subject income eligibility of the household.                                                                                                        6.For Enhancement, the beneficiary should own atleast 1 Pucca room of 9 sq.m (carpet area) on his own land and he/she is eligible for enhancement upto 30 sq.m carpet area subject to other conditions.                                                                                                       7.Beneficiary should not have taken assistance for the construction of house in earlier housing schemes of Centre/ State.                                                                                                     8. The beneficiary should have clear ownership of Land.(Documents: Land extracts and Land title certificate from Revenue Authority).                                                                           Link:- (https:// pmaymis.gov.in) 7051061770                                       Mail ID:-eobhaderwah-jk@nic.in   8527956688                      (Vivek Sharma) 
  Swachh Bharat Mission Urban  Construction of Individual House Hold Latrine (IHHL) 1.Urban household s engaging in open defecation.                                                                         2.All Households with insanitary latrines.                                                                                                          3. All households with single-pit latrine.                                                                                                   Link:- (https://swachhbharaturban.gov.in/ihhl) 7051061770              Mail ID:-eobhaderwah-jk@nic.in   7006466351                             (Syeed Hassan)

Sericulture in Doda District

Sericulture is agro-based industry and adopted by the farmers as subsidiary occupation which is beneficial for poor farmers.

 

 The two main schemes are being implemented in the District

(A)  Improvement of Mulberry Wealth

(B)  To increases the cocoon crop production of the farmers.

 

The main object of the scheme is extension of Mulberry Wealth through the farmers to established their own income generating unit at their door steps. And make the farmer self sufficient in mulberry foliage requirement which is only food material for silkworms

 

The main object of the scheme “ B”

It is technically hatch the silkworm seed and conduct chwaki rearing up to 2nd instt. by the department in order to increase the cocoon crop product of the farmer. Both the schemes are beneficial for upliftment of economy of poor farmer.

 

DISTRICT PROFILE AT GLANCE IN RESPECT OF SERICULTURE SECTOR DODA

No. of Mulberry Circle 04 Nos.
No. of Farms/Nurseries 08 Nos.

 

 

 

 

 

Location of Nurseries

Location Aera Year of Estab.
(i)                  Doda    46.14          1949-50
(i)                  Baldri 18.15 1994-95
(ii)                Kararah 30.17 1990-91
(iii)               Mohalla 20.03 1986-87
(iv)               Persholla 16.04 1994-95
        (vi)        Indloo 29.00 1977-78
(v)                Puneja 22.11 1993-94
(vi)                Qilla 13.04 1979-79
Total:- 194.68
No. of Mulberry Blocks 04 Nos.
Location of Blocks Plants existing Nos. Area
Braina 2190 35 Knl
Khankote 2205 80 knl
Champel 53 09 knl
Drooth 1417 160 knl
Total:- 5865 284 Knl
No. of Mulberry trees existing in the Field 01.869 lacs
Nursery plantation conducted during 2020-21 88000
Field plantation conducted during 2020-21 33000
No. of rearing families 317
No. of rearing villages 157
Silkworm Seed Distribution Spring Autumn Total
200 45 245
No. of Incubation Centers 07
Cocoon crop production Spring Autumn Total
3504.150 1337.100 4841.250
Average Yield for once 29                                                 10                                            26
Income generated  
Average Income for family  
No. of Chawki rearing building 04 Nos.
No. of Hot air drier 01 Nos.
No. of Mali Huts 02 Nos.
No. of poly green houses 03 Nos.

 

 

Position of staff as on 31-03-2021

District sericulture Officer 01
Senior Assistant 01
Seed Examiner 03
Mali 02
Nursery man 05
Mulberry Man 03
Watcher 01
Helper 06
Orderly 01
G.Total:-                 24
                     

 

 

  1. ICDS GENERAL

Integrated Child Development  Services (ICDS) Scheme launched on 2nd October 1975 represents one of the World’s largest and unique programme for early Childhood development.

 

In District Doda firstly ICDS Project  Doda was launched in 1981. At present there are 08 ICDS Projects in District Doda namely, ICDS Project Doda, Bhaderwah, Assar, Gandoh (Bhallessa), Thathri, Bhagwah, Marmat and Gundana.

 

    The main objectives of ICDS are:-

  1. To improve the nutrition and health status of children in the age group of 0-06 years.
  2. To lay foundation for proper psychological, Physical and social development of the children.
  3. To reduce the incidence of mortality, morbidity, malnutrition and school dropout.
  4. To achieve effective coordination of policy and its implementation amongst the various Departments to promote Child Development.
  5. To enhance the capabilities of mother to lookafter the normal health and nutritional needs of their child through proper nutrition and health education.

 

To achieve these objectives a package of following services is provided through a network of established Anganwadi Centers

. Supplementary Nutrition.

. Immunization.

. Health checkup.

. Referral Services.

. Nutrition and Health Education.

. Non- formal pre-School Education.

 02.ICDS SNP. 

 

During the year 2019 vide Govt. order No. 44-SW of 2019 Dtd. 29-01-2019 a new policy launched by the govt. namely decentralization policy for Procurement of Supplementary Nutrition under ICDS for Rural/Urban areas through Procurement Committees headed by elected Sarpanch and Municipal Councilor of the Panchayat /Municipal Ward concerned as Chairperson respectively, concerned Supervisor as Member Secretary,  two representative mothers of beneficiaries enrolled in Anganwadi Centres to be nominated by the halqa panchayat concerned as members and two Anganwadi Workers as members to be nominated by CDPO concerned on rotation basis (for one year). Nutrition is purchased by the Procurement Committee and payment is made by them through joint account. Operated by the Purchase Committee

During the year 2020-21 under supplementary nutrition the detail of allocation and expenditure is given hereunder.

Name of District                   Total No. of Allocation under SNP 2020-21 Expenditure under SNP 2020-21
Panchayats Municipal Wards
Doda 237 34 151.30 151.30

Due to Covid-19 during the year 2020-21 dry nutrition has been provided to the ICDS beneficiaries at doorsteps.

 

03- ICDS Training.

         

There is  a three-tier training structure for the training of various filled functionaries under the ICDS scheme ,Viz., (i) Anganwadi Workers training Centers (AWTCs) for  the training of Anganwadi Workers   and Anganwadi helpers located at the District/ block level;  (ii) Middle Level training Centers  (MLTCs) for  the training  of Supervisors and Instructors of AWTCs; and  (iii)   National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development (NIPCCD) at New Delhi.

CDPOs in position                            :          05

CDPOs trained                                  :          nil

Supervisors in position                    :         42

Supervisors trained                          :         42

Anganwadi Workers In position    :      1362

Anganwadi Workers Trained         :       1020

 

04.PMMVY

Objective of Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana ( PMMVY)

Providing partial compensation for the wage loss in terms of cash incentives so that the women can take adequate rest before and after delivery of the 1st living child.

Conditions and installments 

 

Installment Conditions Amount
1st     Installment Early registration of pregnancy Rs.1000/-
2nd    Installment Received at last one ANC (can be claimed  after 06  months  of  pregnancy Rs.2000/-
3rd     Installment Child birth is registered child has received first cycle of immunization Rs.2000/-

 

Status of PMMVY Cases  for the year 2020-21 in respect of District Doda is as under:-

S. No Name of District Target 2020-21 (Nos) 1st Installment 2nd Installment 3rd Installment Target Achieved Remarks
01 Doda 2737 2637 2058 1675 2637 96%

 

  1. SABLA Scheme for adolescent girls.

The  scheme for adolescent girls aims at out of School girls in age group 11-14 years to empower and improve their social status through nutrition ,life skills and home skills. In District Doda 210 adolescent girls have been benefited during year 2020-21

 

06-Umbrella ICDS Anganwadi  

 

The Anganwadi services scheme is a unique programme for early child hood care and development. It offers a package of six (06) services. Viz supplement nutrition, pre-school Non-formal Education, Nutrition and Health Education, immunization, Health check-up and referral services.

The beneficiaries under the scheme are children in the age group of

0-06 years, Pregnant Women and Lactating Mothers. During the year 2020-21 , 36758 ICDS beneficiaries have been benefited in District Doda

 

07-Payment to Contractual Staff

 

In District Doda there are 07 Nutrition and Health Mobilizer working in 07 ICDS Project on Contractual basis @ Rs 20,000/month in 01 ICDS project Marmat there is no Nutrition and Health Mobilizer as the said Nutrition and Health Mobilizer has resigned. All the above contractual Nutrition and Health Mobilizers have been paid their salary up to February, 2021.

 

CONTACT :- Ph. No.01996-233345

CONTACT NO’S OF HEAD OF THE OFFICE.

 

S.No. Designation            Name of the Officer

Contact Nos.

 

 

1 Chief Medical Officer, Doda Dr. Mohd Yaqoob Mir.

Off.: 01996- 233542.

Mobile No.:9906366150

2 Medical Superintendent District Hospital, Doda Dr. Yudhvir singh Kotwal 9596606307
3 District Health Officer, Doda Dr. M. A Tariq 9419168284
4 Assistant Director (P&S)  VACANT  
Deputy Chief Medical Officers Office Doda
5 Dy. Chief Medical Officer, Doda Dr.Rakesh Bhagat 9796403177
6 District Immunization Officer, Doda Dr.Manoj Bhagat 9419115413
Block Medical Officers of District Doda
7 Block Medical Officer, Ghat Dr.Saleem Ahmed.

9596664951

 

8 Block Medical Officer, Assar Dr.Tanveer Ahmed Rather 7889923811
9 Block Medical Officer, Bhaderwah Dr. Shakeel Ahmed 8803067488
10 BMO Thathri Dr.Ghansham 8803651901
11 Block Medical Officer, Gandoh Dr.Mushtaq Ahmed Chouhan 9797951968

 

 

 

The District has:-

 

  1. Sub-Divisions:                                                             05
  2. Tehsils:                                                                                    17
  3. Community Blocks:                                                                17
  4. Medical Blocks:                                                                       05
  5. Panchayats:                                                                             237
  6. Villages:                                                                                  406
  7. Population:                                                                              409576
  8. Male:                                                                                       213091
  9. Female:                                                                                    196485
  10. Urban Population:                                                                   32573
  11. Rural Population:                                                                    377003
  12. SC Population:                                                                        52615
  13. ST Population:                                                                        38791
  14. Literate population:                                                                 223343
  15. Male Literates:                                                                        141684
  16. Female Literates:                                                                     81659
  17. No. of Health Institutions:                                                      212
  18. Community Health Centers:                                                   03
  19. Primary Health Centers:                                                          13
  20. NTPHC:                                                                                   31
  21. Sub-Centers:                                                                            96
  22. New S/C sanctioned                                                               69
  23. Mobile Medical Aid Centre:                                                   02
  24. Reg. No. District Health Society:                                           4847-S of 2006
  25. No. of Village Health and Sanitation Committees :               500
  26. No. of ASHAs selected in District:                                        585
  27. No. of Sub Centers where Joint Accounts opened:                105
  28. No. of VHSC Account opened:                                             322
  29. No. of ICDS Block:                                                                08
  30. No. of Anganwadi Centers:                                                    1425
  31. No. of Anganwadi Workers:                                                  1260
  32. No. of Health Institutions functioning in Govt. Building:     71
  33. No. of Health Institutions functioning in Rented Buildings: 141

 

Brief Description of the Department:-

The Labour Department is headed by the Labour Commissioner at UT level, Dy. Labour Commissioner at Divisional level and Asstt. Labour Commissioner at District level. The main function of the Department is to protect the legal rights of the organized as well as un-organized labour, as per the different labour laws enacted by the Government by way of its implementation through the field staff.

 

Information related to Schemes/Activities presently in vogue

Welfare scheme for Building and other construction workers.

Total No. of schemes/ activities presently available Name and objective of the Scheme/Activity. Benefits for the Public Eligibility criteria Contact details of Nodal Officer Photographs relevant to the Scheme/ Activity Contact details of the persons dealing with the schemes/activities from office side.
One

J&K Building and other construction workers welfare Scheme.

 

To register the genuine construction workers and to provide the benefits entitled to them under the social security scheme.

The labourers are being given various monetary assistance on account of Marriage, Ailments, Death, Disability and Education under the auspicious of J&K Building and other Construction Workers Welfare Board constituted under Building and other Constructions Workers Welfare Act.

Eligibility:-

1). Age completed 18 years and less than 60 years.

2). Engaged in any building and other construction work for not less than 90 days during the preceding 12 months.

3). Registration is renewed annually.

 

Documents to be submitted with registration form:-

1). Age certificate (in order of preference)

(i) Registrar of Births (ii) School certificate (iii) if both unavailable, Certificate of Medical Officer in Govt. Hospital not below the rank of Asstt. Surgeon.

2). Aadhar Card

3). Employment Certificate

4). Bank pass book

5) Ration Card.

 

How to Register

 Fill the application form online at

www.jkbocw.gov.in

9697635101

Sunil Kumar

Labour Inspector

 

No any

7006450372

Sudershan Singh

Data Entry Operator.  

 

 

GENERAL PROFILE OF JAL SHAKTI (PHE) DIVISION DODA

ABOUT US:

The water is an essential commodity for all the living creatures.  The intended purpose of Jal Shakti (PHE) Division Doda is to ensure drinking water facility to all the habitations, Rural as well as Urban.

 

JAL SHAKTI (PHE) DIVISION DODA COMPRISING OF 04 NOS. SUB DIVISION:

  1. Jal Shakti (PHE) Sub Division Doda (W)
  2. Jal Shakti (PHE) Sub Division Doda (E)
  3. Jal Shakti (PHE) Sub Division Chiralla H/Qtr. Bhella
  4. Jal Shakti (PHE) Sub Division Bhaderwah.

 

JAL SHAKTI (PHE) MECHANICAL DIVISION UDHAMPUR COMPRISING OF 01 NO. SUB DIVISION IN DISTRICT DODA:

  1. Jal Shakti (PHE) Mechanical Sub Division Doda

 

FUNCTIONS OF JAL SHAKTI (PHE) DIVISION DODA:

  1. To provide Potable Drinking Water to the Urban and Rural Population of the District.
  1. To formulate and execute the Water Supply Scheme District Sector, State Sector and Centrally Sponsored Schemes.
  1. To monitor the water quality and conduct the necessary tests of water samples of different water sources.

 

STATUS OF WATER SUPPLY IN DISTRICT DODA:

  1. Total No. of Water Supply Schemes:

Gravity         = 222 Nos.

Lift               =   02 Nos.

 

  1. Rate of Water Supply:

Urban           = 73GPD (135 LPCD)

Rural            = 11GPD (55 LPCD)

  1. Requirement of Drinking Water = 5.834MGD

Urban           = 1.714MGD

Rural            = 4.120MGD

 

  1. Total Present Availability = 4.673MGD

Urban           = 1.714MGD

Rural            = 2.959MGD

 

  1. Total Shortfall = 1.161MGD

Urban           = Nil

Rural            = 1.161MGD

 

  1. Urban Households = 6040 Nos.

 

  1. Rural Households = 74828 Nos.

 

  1. No. of Tap Water Connections

Urban           =   5336 Nos.

Rural            = 38809 Nos.

 

Plans/Programme under implementation for improvement and augmentation of water supply to cover the shortfall and to provide 100% Tap Water Connections to every Household to Rural Population in the District as per Jal Jeevan Mission norms:

  1. Ongoing Languishing Projects           =   27 Nos.
  2. Ongoing Projects under NABARD =   08 Nos.
  3. Ongoing Projects under NRDWP/JJM           =   10 Nos.
  4. New Schemes Proposed under JJM = 141 Nos.
Nodal Officer:
 Er. Ashfaq Ahmad Mir
 Executive Engineer
 Jal Shakti (PHE) Division,
 Doda 
Contact No. 94191-36138

For More Info Visit :- http://jkjalshakti.nic.in/
S.no  Activities presently available  Objectives of the schemes Benefit for the people  Eligibility Critieria  Contact details of Nodal Officer  Contact details of the person dealing with schemes/activities from office side
1 Integrated Diary development Establishment of Dairy Unit to increase the milk production level Release of 50% subsidy subject to maximum sailing under different heads Individual/Dairy Farmers/Milk Processing Unit /Milk Federation/Retailer/Self Help Groups/Dairy Cooperative Society/Farmer Producer Organisation are eligible Dr. Ahatmsham-ul-Haq                                     Phone :- 9622240600 Suresh Kumar
2 Feed and Fodder Development Scheme   To minimise the import of cattle feed and effective utilisation and processing of available fodder resources to cut the imports _do_ _do_ _do_
3 Kissan Credit Card Scheme To provide the maintainance to the cattle of the farmers Rs. 29000/CB                                                   Rs. 27700/Buffalo as to be provided to the farmers as financial assistance through banks all CB and buffalo holders can apply _do_ _do_

FAQ and Help

Q.1 What is the Procedure for availing Subsidies with respect to various departmental schemes?

Ans: people have to approach the office of Concerned Block Veterinary officer, obtain an application form, and get his /her credentials related to eligibility for the scheme verified.

For Any Query Contact :- Chief Animal Husbandry Officer, Doda

For More Info Visit :- http://jkash.nic.in/

Cooperatives Department Doda  

Mission, vision, objectives, citizen charter

Objective of the Department:

The primary objective of the Department of the cooperative is to see that that Cooperative Societies are organized and managed in lines of the basic Cooperative principles for the promotion of the economic interests and welfare of the people and to render guidance and assistance for the development of cooperative movement in the UT.

Vision: Create and maintain a socially and economically sustainable cooperative system

Mission: Promote, regulate and felicitate the social economical and cultural needs of the cooperative sector and community within the purview of statues.

 

Organisational /Functional setup and directory

 

1.Deputy Registrar at District Level

(Supervision and Inspection of Cooperative Societies)

Assistant Registrar at Block Level

Inspector

Supervisor

 

2) District Audit Officer at District Level ( Audit of Societies)

Auditor

Sub Auditor

 

Constitutional, legal and administrative frameworks

Acts and Rules

Recruitment Rules

 

Services offered

At present 45% of K.oil, 60% fertilizers are still being distributed by Cooperative Societies and their affiliated Depots and Registration of Cooperative Societies/Cooperative under J&K Cooperative Societies Act1989 and Self Reliant Cooperative Act 1999

 
Schemes/Plans schemes  

Notice Board

Orders and Circulars

 

FAQ and Help

aadiliqbal332@gmail.com

Personnel

Dy Registrar

Assistant Registrar

Inspector

Sr Supervisor

Supervisor

Sr Assistant

Jr Assistant

Orderly