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There should not be any laxity in taking dev work to people:CS

Press Trust of India  |  Ranchi 

Chief Secretary Rajbala Verma today told officials that there should not be any negligence and laxity in taking developmental works to the people.

Reviewing Saryu Action Plan in Latehar, Verma said officials should ensure every household gets the benefit of development programmes, an official release said.



Stating that the government's priority is no child in the state stays illiterate, Verma asked the officials to make a profile of households in 38 villages of Latehar district and effort should be made to bring back the children, who dropped out from school, and admitted to Kasturba Residential School or any other school.

She directed the district education superintendent to make arrangement for training of school management committee and run the schools in coordination, adding mukhias would also be made responsible for mismanagement of schools.

She asked health department's doctors to make a survey of 500 households, so that no woman would remain deprived from treatment, including safe deliveries and vaccination of children.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Jharkhand Chief Secretary Rajbala Verma today told government officials that there should not be any negligence and laxity in taking developmental works to the people. Reviewing Saryu Action Plan in Latehar, Verma said officials should ensure every household gets the benefit of development programmes, an official release said. Stating that the government's priority is no child in the state stays illiterate, Verma asked the officials to make a profile of households in 38 villages of Latehar district and effort should be made to bring back the children, who dropped out from school, and admitted to Kasturba Residential School or any other school. She directed the district education superintendent to make arrangement for training of school management committee and run the schools in coordination, adding mukhias would also be made responsible for mismanagement of schools. She asked health department's doctors to make a survey of 500 households, so that no woman would remain deprived ... Chief Secretary Rajbala Verma today told officials that there should not be any negligence and laxity in taking developmental works to the people.

Reviewing Saryu Action Plan in Latehar, Verma said officials should ensure every household gets the benefit of development programmes, an official release said.

Stating that the government's priority is no child in the state stays illiterate, Verma asked the officials to make a profile of households in 38 villages of Latehar district and effort should be made to bring back the children, who dropped out from school, and admitted to Kasturba Residential School or any other school.

She directed the district education superintendent to make arrangement for training of school management committee and run the schools in coordination, adding mukhias would also be made responsible for mismanagement of schools.

She asked health department's doctors to make a survey of 500 households, so that no woman would remain deprived from treatment, including safe deliveries and vaccination of children.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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There should not be any laxity in taking dev work to people:CS

Chief Secretary Rajbala Verma today told officials that there should not be any negligence and laxity in taking developmental works to the people.

Reviewing Saryu Action Plan in Latehar, Verma said officials should ensure every household gets the benefit of development programmes, an official release said.

Stating that the government's priority is no child in the state stays illiterate, Verma asked the officials to make a profile of households in 38 villages of Latehar district and effort should be made to bring back the children, who dropped out from school, and admitted to Kasturba Residential School or any other school.

She directed the district education superintendent to make arrangement for training of school management committee and run the schools in coordination, adding mukhias would also be made responsible for mismanagement of schools.

She asked health department's doctors to make a survey of 500 households, so that no woman would remain deprived from treatment, including safe deliveries and vaccination of children.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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