Jammu and Kashmir Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha announced three new schemes- Integrated Development of Agriculture, Allied Sectors, Aspirational Cities and Aspirational Panchayat for J&K Union Territory. Now the projects approved by the administrative council 5013 crore outlay of Rs.
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Need of these schemes: Objectives of the Government:
- Over the next five yearswill change these projects Agricultural Economy of J&K to double the output of the sectors and put them on a new path of growth by making them sustainable and commercially viable. This will herald a new phase of farmers’ prosperity and rural livelihood security in J&K, said the Lt. Governor.
- of agricultural products standing on 37,600 crores of Rs 28,142 crores to achieve more 65,700 crore per annumas a result, the growth rate of the industry reached 11 percent.
- create interference More than 2.8 million young people have been provided job opportunities About 19,000 enterprises were established.
- Above Ambitious Panchayat Development ProgrammeJammu and Kashmir is going to select 285 most backward panchayats or one panchayat in each block for comprehensive development.
A completely new approach to the Union Territory:
Union Territories are one Supreme Committee for Comprehensive Development of Agriculture and Related Sectors The committee also came up with a comprehensive plan in the form of 29 projects covering all sectors within five months.
Total 100 measurable indicators identified in nine areas, which will provide insight into current status and progress over time.
Jammu and Kashmir Urban Development Index-2022 is a tool for assessing the development of urban local bodies in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir against normative development benchmarks.