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Office of the Kashmir Power Distribution Corporation Limited. Project Division Pulwama

“Activity: System strengthening in Urban areas of District Pulwama by way of Construction of new Receiving Stations. Installation of new Distribution Transformers with allied HT/LT.
Replacement of bare Conductor by AB Cable on LV Side.”

Scheme Towns Nos Towns Names Feeders Covered PIA TKC Sanctioned Cost Rs (In Crs) Date of Placement of LOA Cumulative Achievements Contact Details
IPDS 5 Pulwama
Awantipora
Pampore
Khrew
Tral
Town “C” (Part of Town “B”)
Bohu
Kadlebal
Town “A”
Tral-e-Bala
KPDCL KEI Industries 21.05 Feb-18 69% Name: Er. Altaf Hussain Shah
Executive Engineer Project Division Pulwama
EmaIL: pdpulwama@gmail.com
Mob.:9906662790
PMDP-Urban 5 KPDCL KEI Industries 35.35 Feb-18 65%
RAPDRP-B 2 Pulwama

Tral

Town “A” Feeder KPDCL M/S Viviana Power Tech Limited 17.75 Aug-20 Survey Completed
Tral Tral-e- Payeen (Partially) M/S Rudranee Infrastructure Pvt Ltd. Aug-20
Total 74.15

 

Activity: System strengthening in Rural areas of District Pulwama by way of Connecting Unconnected Habitations (Installation of new Distribution Transformers with allied HT/LT).
Feeder Segregation/ Construction of agriculture Feeders.
Conductor Augmentation of 33KV Lines.

Scheme Habitations Nos Feeders Covered PIA TKC Sanctioned Cost Rs (In Crs) Date of Placement of LOA Cumulative Achievements Contact Details
DDUGJY 68 Rural Area of District Pulwama PGCIL Tata Projects 26.28 Feb-18 78% Name: Er. Shifat Ahmad Wani
General Manager PGCIL
EmaIL:ahmadshafat@powergridindia.com
Mob.:9797550099
PMDP-Rural 139 PGCIL Tata Projects 42.92 Feb-18 53%
Total 69.2
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District Sheep Husbandry Office Pulwama

KCC Scheme:

Objective: To provide adequate & timely credit to farmers/breeders under single window with flexible & simplified procedure
Short term credit limit
To meet the short term credit requirements as working Capital for maintenance of Farm assets & activities like feeding, healthcare of Sheep & Goat.
Eligibility: All individual breeders /joint borrowers possessing Sheep / Goat units.
Maximum Credit limit: 3.00 lacs
Maximum permissible limit: 05 years
Scale of finance: Rs 70000/= for 25 Sheep / Goat.
Mortgage/ Security : 1.60 lacs not required
Rate of interest: For Short term loans upto lacs 7% P.A
Interest subvention @ 2% by Government of India
Special Interest: Additional interest 3% P.A to prompt pay breeders repaying within one year of Disbursement

Mini Sheep Farm

1]. STATE SECTOR
Establishment of Mini-Sheep Farm [50 ewes] in private sector
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. A bankable scheme
. Scheme adopted by the j&k Bank under its core activity [priority
Sector]
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Total cost = Rs.2.38 lacs
. Marginal money =Rs 0.38 lacs[beneficiary contribution a pre requisite]
. Backend subsidy = Rs 0.60 lacs
Insurance cover of live stock to be born by the beneficiary through designated
Selection
. Through Draw of lots / interview

RKVY 25 Ewes Sheep Unit under Participatory mode .

25 elite ewes / hogget’s given free of cost to the beneficiary.
From third year onwards 05 ewes /hogget’s from the progeny to be retrieved per year till complete retrieval of 25 animals
Mode of selection: Draw of lots .

RKVY 10 Ewes Sheep Unit under Participatory mode .

10 elite ewes / hogget’s given free of cost to the beneficiary.
From third year onwards 02 ewes /hogget’s from the progeny to be retrieved per year till complete retrieval of 10 animals
Mode of selection: Draw of lots.

10 ewes under SCA to TSP .

10 ewe’s sheep units to be established with 50% beneficiary share
Free concentrated ration for 90 days to be provided by the Department
Eligible: scheme meant for tribal people (Gujjar/ Bakerwal).

IDSRR Scheme

10 & 100 ewes sheep units with 25 to 33% subsidy from NABARD for APL & BPL respectively .
Bankable scheme

Contact Details: 

Name: Showkat Ahmad Mir

Technical Assistant

Email: Sheeppula@gmail.com / Ellahibilal995@gmail.com

Contact Number:9906067424

Schemes and activities of Animal Husbandry Department

  1. Integrated Dairy Development Scheme(IDDS) capex 2020-21(Click Here)
  2. Cattle Feed Processing and Fodder Development Capex 2020-21(Click Here)
  3. Integrated Poultry Development Program(IPDP) capex 2020-21(Click Here)
  4. Cattle Feed subsidy scheme capex 2020-21(Click Here)

 

 

Contact persons:

Dr. Mohammad Hussain Wani(CAHO Pulwama   No /Fax: 01933241272

Dr. Syed Ehtisham Hussain (Technical Officer) No: 9906330210/7051108112

Email: cahopulwama@jkanimalhusbandry.net

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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.
• District Pulwama has been identified for Milk Based Products under PMFME ODOP Scheme (for details please visit https://mofpi.nic.in/pmfme/docs/ODOP_LIST_OF_35_STATES_AND_UTs.pdf )

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 Pulwama Name of the Point Email-ID Phone no.

Area Marketing Officer Pulwama (Nodal Point)

amo.hpmpul@gmail.com
9906619369, 7889308809

Chief Agriculture Officer

Pulwama. agripul@gmail.com
01933-241521

Chief Horticulture Officer Pulwama.

chopulwama@gmail.com
01933-240045

Chief Animal Husbandry Officer Pulwama.

cahopulwama@jkahd.net
01933-241276

District Industrial Centre Pulwama

dicpulwama@gmail.com
01933-241209

Project Manager,

National Rural Livelihood Mission- Pulwama

bpmpulwama@gmail.com
7006313434

District Lead Bank – 01933-260187
For Online Registration visit: (http://pmfme.mofpi.gov.in/pmfme/#/Home-Page )
(http://pmfme.mofpi.gov.in/pmfme/#/Login )

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Education Department

	District Name						Pulwama
	Year							2020-21
	Blocks							11
	Educational Zones					8
	Clusters						64
	Villages/Wards						45/69
	Total Habitations					892
	No. of Schools in the District				T= 885  (HSS=38, HS=68, MS=243, PS=536)
	No. of DIETs						01
	BOSE Sub Offices 					02
	Total Enrolment (Government )				Total= 35333 ,Girls =18392, Boys = 16941
	Enrolment 11th & 12th (Government )			Total =8590, Boys= 4241, Girls=4349
	Enrolment 9th & 10th (Government )			Total 5733, Boys = 2754 , Girls = 2979
	Enrolment 6th , 7th & 8th (Government )			Total = 7410, Boys = 3521  , Girls=3889
	Enrolment 1st to 5th  (Government )			Total=13600, Boys= 6425  , Girls= 7175
	Enrolment Pre-Primary  (Government )			Total= 6574 , Boys= 3147  , Girls = 3427
	Total Enrolment (Private)				Total=42642. Boys=22290 Girls=20351
	Enrolment 11th & 12th (Private)				Total = 635, Boys= 324, Girls= 311
	Enrolment 9th & 10th (Private)				Total=6104 , Boys=3098  Girls= 3006
	Enrolment 6th , 7th & 8th (Private)			Total =12211, Boys= 6387 , Girls= 5824
	Enrolment 1st to 5th  (Private)				Total =23692, Boys= 12442 , Girls= 11210
	Enrolment Pre-Primary  (Private)			Total =14377, Boys=7628, Girls=6749
	No. of Girls Hostels Approved				Total = 05, Completed=03, Under Constr.=02 
	No. of ICT Labs 					63
	No. of Schools where Solar Panels installed 		5KW= 96 , 1KW= 40
	No. of KGBV Schools					Total=05 , Model  I= 02, Model II=03
	KGBV Building Status 					Completed=2, U.C=2, Abandoned=01
	No. of Vocational Training Centers 			26
	No. of CAL Centers 					74
	No. of Schools opened under Erstwhile SSA		108
	No. of Schools upgraded to UPS under Erstwhile SSA	167  
	Total CWSN Identified					1561
	CWSN provided Aids and Appliances during 2020-21	151
Works Completed under Samagra (Elementary)  since inception of the scheme 
	PS Buildings  						322
	MS Buildings 						72
	Additional class Rooms (ACRs)				525
	Girls Toilets 						568
	Boys Toilets 						314
	CWSN Toilets 						20
	Headmaster Rooms 					24
	CRC’s 							33
	BRCs 							05
Works Completed under Samagra (Secondary )  since inception of the scheme
	Buildings under Up gradation				15
	Buildings under Strengthening	 			11
	Girls Hostels 						03
	Buildings under PMDP					10
MDM (Mid Day Meals )
	MDM Serving Schools					781
	No. of Days covered during 2020				105
	No. of Cook Cum Helpers					1047
	No. of Meals Served / Plates served 			2397495
	Rice Consumed 						2758.27 Qtls.
Status of Aadhaar Enrolment 
	No. of Centers Established 				10
	Population Covered / Cards Prepared 			9219
Status of Winter Tutorials 
	No. of Winter Tutorials established 			63
	No. of Students Covered/enrolled 			6338
	No. of Teachers engaged					459
	No. of winter camps established				08
	No. of Students covered/enrolled			584
	No. of Teachers engaged					24
	Scholarship Status
	No. of Students applied on NSP				55030
	No. of Students applied for NMMS			666

Contact Details of Chief Education Office Pulwama

Mtr. Sony Sonam Qurashi                                                                                                          

Chief Education Officer                                                                                                   

C.No. 9596500035                

Mr. Fayaz Ahmad Mir

Distt. Education Planning Officer

Cell No. 7051513455                                                                                                     

 

S.No. Scheme Contact Person Contact No.
01 Scholarships Mr. Hakeem Aashiq Hussain 9596205257
02 Cultural Wing Mr. Tariq Abdullah 9797750782
03 Monitoring Wing Mr. Ayaiz Ahmad Ayaiz 8899006575
04 Planning Section Mr. Bashir Ahmad 7006255836
05 Samagra Shiksha Mr. Bashir Ahmad Magrey 7006599914
06 Litigation Section Mr. Mohd. Abdullah Rather 7006333601
07 Accounts Section Mr. Zahoor Ahmad 7006706227
08 Establishment / General Section Mr. Ehsaan Ul Haq

Mr. Gowhar Hussain

788955104

7006155953

09 Mid Day Meals Mr. Irshad Rasool 9419589473

 

Handloom activities in District Pulwama at a glance.

Like other states of India handloom sector plays a vital role in J & K (U.T) in Employment generation among un-employed/ weaker section of the Society. The Handloom Sector in the U.T is centuries old and known for its specialized weaving of fabrics. Like other parts of the U.T, Pulwama District being rich in Handloom Activities has good potential to develop this sector.

For upliftment of downtrodden/weaker section of weaver community in District Pulwama Handloom Development Department plays catalytic role in Modernization of Handloom sector through skill up gradation by providing modernized looms, training in weaving, designing, and dying etc through Weavers Service Centre Srinagar. In District Pulwama near about 2500 households are directly or indirectly involved in this Trade and trend among un-employed youth is on increase especially in Pashmina/Kani Shawl weaving in District Pulwama and a good number of youth are getting themselves registered with this Department.

Brief activity of handloom sector in district Pulwama.

  1. Training Centres:-Three Centres were (viz two Handloom Weaving and one RMG Training Centre)  established in this District during the year 1979-80 and one Handloom Weaving Training Centre during the year 1987-88 ,having intake capacity of trainees 10 in Handloom Weaving Trade and 15 in Ready Made Garments Training Centre (From 1st April 2021 intake Capicity of trainees is 20 in each training Centre). Duration of training course is one year with monthly stipend of ` 500/= per trainee (From 1st April 2021 the stipend has been enhanced from ` 500/= to ` 1000/= per trainee/per month).
  2. Location of the Centres: –Present location of the Centres are Kakpoora,Kaigam Tral, Wahibug, Shal Tokuna.

Constituency wise location of the Centres:

S.No. Name of the constituency. Training Centres. Location. Intake Capacity Under Roll for the year 2020-21
01. Rajpoora. Weaving Training Centre. Wahibug. 10 10
02. Pulwama. Weaving Training Centre. Shal Tokuna. 10 10
03. Tral. Weaving Training Centre. Kaigam Tral. 10 10
04. Pampoore. Ready Made Garments Training Centre. Kakapoora. 15 15
  1. Weaver community in District Pulwama: – Approximately more than 2500 households are directly or indirectly involved in Handloom Weaving Trade in District Pulwama.
  2. Production: products like Tweed, Raffal, Cotton, and Arabian Roomals are being woven besides Pashmina/Kani shawls are also being woven in maximum areas in this District having good demand in national and international market.
  3. Villages involved in Weaving Trade: – In the District , villages having good potential in weaving trade are: Inder ,Gudoora, shupdani, Hassanwani, Karimabad, Urcharsoo, Ugergund, Parigam, Narbal, Kesrigam, Laroo Urwan Chewakalan, Tikna ,Rajpoora, Chanapoora, Litter, Nillora ,Puchal, Ratnipoora, Ukherwan, Khadermoh,Tral etc.
  4. Handloom Cooperative Societies: – In District Pulwama Presently 28 Handloom Cooperative Societies are registered with this Department. Among which 07 are functional and remaining 21 are Non-Functional.

SCHEMES for organized sector: –

  1. Modernization/Renovation/Purchase of Looms: – under this scheme weaver members of Co-operative societies are to be provided assistance for renovation/Modernization of existing looms and for purchase of New looms to the loom less weaver members on 50% subsidy basis.
  2. Share Capital loan: – Share capital loan is to be provided to enhance the capital component of the co-operative societies.
  3. Education scheme: – under this scheme the girl students of the weaver members of the Co-operative societies are to be provided scholarship upto primary standards.
  4. Insurance scheme: – The weaver members of the Co-operative societies are covered under different insurance policies on nominal premium and remaining amount of premium are to be born out of U.T/Centre share.
  5. Promotion and Market Intervention: – The Registered Co-operative Societies are recommended for different expos across the country throughout the year so that they can Sold their production in these Expos and in return they are reimbursed the rent paid by them for acquiring stalls in the Expos. Further they are provided 10% rebate on the sale made during the expo.

Schemes of un-organized sector.

  1. Registration of individual Weavers: – Under un-organized sector weavers are to be registered individually with this office and interested registered unit holders are sponsored to various Banks/Financial Institutions for availing loan facilities under different schemes in vogue.

 Credit Card Scheme for Artisans & Weavers : – The Cases of individual weavers after registering them with this Department are sponsored to different financial institutions for availing loan facility under Micro Weavers Credit Card Scheme The objective of Scheme for Artisans & Weavers of Handloom Sector is to provide adequate and timely assistance from the financial institutions to the Artisans and Weavers to meet their Credit requirements of both investment needs as well as working capital in flexible and cost effective manner. The loan slab for artisans and weavers in Handloom Sector have been enhanced from existing ceiling of Rs. 1.00 lakh to Rs. 2.00 lakh with interest subsidy of 7% for a period of five years from the date of disbursement of the loan. 07% interest subsidy and Subsidy is being provided by State government.

  1. Marketing and technical support: – The department shall explore marketing and technical support to the beneficiaries by way of participation in physical craft fairs/virtual expos and training through premier institutions like School of Deans, IICT, CDI, etc., thereby exposing the artisans and weavers to new designs.

Contact Details

Email: – adhandloompulwama@gmail.com

adhandloom.pul@jk.gov.in

Contact No.: -01933-241569

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  1. Brief profile of Department:

Kashmir Handicrafts play a vital role in socio-economic development of Jammu and Kashmir. World-known Crafts represent the culture of the State also at the global level.

Directorate of Handicrafts (J&K) was established as part of Department of Industries and Commerce in 1972-73 and the main mandate of the Department is overall development of Handicrafts Sector in the State which primarily includes:

a). Widening of artisan base by imparting Training to unskilled persons.

b). Financial assistance to Individual Artisans in the shape of “Credit Card Scheme for Artisans & Weavers”

c). Marketing support to the Artisans/Societies

d). Formation of Handicrafts Co-operative societies.

The Department’s main activities in the District are summed up as under.

  1. a) Training Programme: – The main aim of the training program is to impart training in different crafts to the unskilled youth for a period of 1 to 2 years enabling them to earn their livelihood after completion of the training period. The Department runs 20 training centers in the District with an intake capacity of 25 trainees each and as such 454 trainees are undergoing training in these centers in the crafts like Crewel Embroidery, Sozni Embroidery, Ari Stapple, Paper Machine, Carpet Weaving, and Wood Carving Crafts. 233 trainees have complete their training during the current financial year up to ending 01/2021 & 454 more trainees are going to complete their training in the following centers:

 

S. No.  Name of the Training Centre No. of Trainees undergoing Training during 2020-2021 Block
1. Zari ATC Tahab 25 Pulwama
2. Crewel ATC Uzrampathri 22 Pulwama
3. Staple ETC Gudoora 25 Pulwama
4. Crewel ETC Chandgam 25 Pulwama
5. Wood Carving ETC Sathergund 22 Pulwama
6. Wood Carving ETC Lurow 25 Pulwama
7. Gabba ATC Padgampora 22 Awantipora
8. Staple ETC Chandhara 25 Awantipora
9. Crewel ATC Kaichachkoot 23 Awantipora
10. Namdha ETC Konibal 25 Awantipora
11. Paper Machie ETC Hathkul 25 Awantipora
12. Crewel ATC Lurgam 21 Tral
13. Leather Staple ATC Amirabad 23 Tral
14. Chain Stitch ETC Lariyar 25 Tral
15. Carpet ETC Satura 19 Tral
16. Carpet ETC Diver 22 Tral
17. Carpet ETC Rathsuna 25 Tral
18. Sozni ETC Wagad 17 Tral
19. Sozni ETC Satoora 22 Tral
20. Paper Machie ETC Seer 16 Tral
  TOTAL 454  

The Trainees are being paid a stipend of Rs.1500/= in respect of Advance Training centers and Rs.1000/= in respect of Elementary Training centers per month and the same is credited into their individual bank Accounts to ensure its transparency and the department bear Rs. 55.20 lac’s on this account annually. Needless to add here that the department runs 06 Advance Training Centers and 14 Elementary Training Centers in the District.

 

  1. b) Welfare measures for Artisan Community:- To encourage and boost the Artisan Community, the Department provides financial assistance through Banks under “Credit Card Scheme for Artisans & Weavers” to the desirous registered Artisans @ Rs 2.00 lac each. The objective of the Credit Card Scheme for Artisans & Weavers in Handicrafts sector is to provide adequate and timely assistance from the financial institutions to the Artisans to meet their credit requirements of both investment needs as well as working capital in a flexible and cost-effective manner. The department shall explore marketing and technical support to the beneficiaries by way of participation in physical craft fairs/virtual expos and training through premier institutions like School of Deans, IICT, CDI, etc., thereby exposing the artisans and weavers to new designs.

ELIGIBILITY:

  1. All Artisans and Weavers who are duly registered with the Handicrafts and Handloom Department, J&K, and are involved in production and manufacturing processes (otherwise eligible for credit facilities for carrying out the proposed activities under any of the existing bank schemes) shall be eligible.
  2. No collateral security required.
  • The credit limit would be fixed based on the assessment of working capital requirements.
  1. A maximum credit limit of Rs. 2.00 lakh will be fixed with loan component of Rs.1.80 lakh and the beneficiary’s contribution of Rs.20,000/-.
  2. The limit shall be valid for a period of five years subject to annual review by the competent authorities.
  3. c) Marketing Support (Publicity & Exhibitions) – Lakhs of artisans are engaged in manufacturing handicrafts products in the state to earn their livelihood. Being environment friendly these activities are best suited to the state as they are more labor and less capital intensive in nature, therefore having scope for employment generation at a large scale. The famous crafts like Shawls, Crewel, Namdha, Carpets, etc. are acclaimed worldwide and a connoisseurs delight. The silk carpets in particular have no parallel in quality and design both at the National and International level. Since the artisans of the state have not direct market linkages to sell their products in the national markets and the endeavor of the department is to provide marketing opportunities to the artisan fraternity to sell their artifacts so that the economic condition of the artisan be improved. Department of Handicrafts organizes exhibitions especially at market potential areas i.e. Pahalgam, Gulmarg, Sonamarg, Katra, Udhampur, Jiri, Samba, etc. as a regular feature to give much-needed exposure to the artisans and manufacturers to know for themselves consumer taste for setting their production. Department is also organizing handicrafts exhibitions/craft bazaars outside the state for the purpose. The impact of these events will generate considerable revenue/sales by the participants in the local/national market.
  4. Mobile Number, FAX, Email, Grievance Helpline of Department Head.

Head of the Department: Mr. Qadeer Ahmad Charak (Assistant Director Handicrafts).

Mobile: +919419130402

Office Landline No. & FAX.:+911933241052

Email: adhandicraftspul052@gmail.com

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  1. Working Emergency Contact Details for Department.
S. No. Name of the Officer Designation Contact No.
1. Mr. Qadeer Ahmad Charak Assistant Director Handicrafts 9419130402
2. Mr. Mohammad Yaseen Bhat Handicrafts Training Officer 9622536328
3. Mr. Ghulam Ahmad Sofi Handicrafts Training Officer 7006076839
4. Mr. Khursheed Ahmad Reshi Assistant Handicrafts Training Officer 7006557743
5. Dr. Shabeer Ahmad Rather Assistant Handicrafts Training Officer 9906452221
6. Mr. Mir Awsaf Ahmad Assistant Handicrafts Training Officer 9797220745
7. Mr. Satpal Singh Assistant Handicrafts Training Officer 7006258285
8. Mr. Sharif u Din Shah Assistant Handicrafts Training Officer 9797177399
9. Mr. Mohammad Aijaz ul Haq Assistant Handicrafts Training Officer 7780850365
10. Mr. Subzar Ahmad Wagay Assistant Handicrafts Training Officer 7006560251
11. Mr. Sheikh Manzoor Elahi Assistant Handicrafts Training Officer 8899270192
12. Mr. Sheikh Mohammad Asif Assistant Handicrafts Training Officer 7006280047

Email: adhandicraftspul052@gmail.com

Office Landline & FAX: +911933241052.

 

Office Direction with Landmarks.

Office of the Assistant Director Handicrafts, Industrial Estate, Chatapora Pulwama-192301

 GPS Coordinates 33o 52′ 12.4″ N 74o 53′ 41.2″ E.

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Land use statistics of District Pulwama

S No Description Magnitude
01 Geographical area 1090 Km2
02 Area as per village papers 60772 ha
03 Area under forests 412 ha
04 Land put on  non Agriculture use 70494 Ha.
05 Barren and uncultivable land 2592 Ha
06 Pastures & Other Grazing Land 6447Ha
07 Land Under Misc. Crops  ( not included in area sown) 1065 ha
08 Cultivable waste land 3758 Ha

 

09 Current  land other than (CF) 5947ha
10 Fallow land other than (CF) 812Ha
11 Land under fruit crops 8420 ha
12 Net area sown 32291 ha
13 Gross area sown 57135 ha
14 Area sown More than once 24844 ha
15 Mono cropped area 5170ha
16 Area Irrigated 22000ha
17 Water logged area 2000ha
18 Flood prone area 3000ha

Contact persons of  Agriculture Department Pulwama

Contact persons of  Agriculture Department Pulwama
Name of the officer Designation Contact number Email Address
Mohammad Qasim Gani Chief Agriculture Officer 7006079890 agripul@gmail.com
Aijaz Hussain Dar Asstt. Soil Conservation Officer 9419042634 ascopul@gmail.com
Mohammad Munaf Bhat Area Development officer,(veg.)

Pulwama

9906308899 daoipul123@gmail.com
Gulzar Ahmad Shergojri Distt. Agriculture Officer (extension), Pulwama 7780965255 daoepul@gmail.com
Syed Mohammad Iqbal Andrabi Sub- Divisional Agriculture Officer, Kakapora 9419013001 Sdaokakapora37@gmail.com
Manzoor Qadir Nehvi Sub- Divisional Agriculture Officer, Tral 9419068039 Sdaotral4@gmail.com

 

Organizational Set-up of the Department

 

Chief Agriculture Officer 01
District Agriculture officers 02
Asstt. Soil Conservation officer 01
Asstt. Soil chemist 01
District Level SMS’s 03
Sub Divisional Agriculture officers 02
Sub Divisional SMS’s 04
Apiculture Dev. Assistant 01
Mushroom Dev. Asstt 01
Agriculture Assistant Inputs 02
Soil Conservation Assistant 02
Bio  Gas Engineer 01
Agriculture Extension officers 13
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Office of the Assistant Director, Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs, District Pulwama

The Department of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs is entrusted with the responsibility of distribution of essential commodities namely Rice, Atta, Sugar, Kerosene Oil under the Public Distribution System, besides protecting the rights of a consumer.

Ration:

The Department  is mandated to provide ration among the consumers in an effective,  transparent and hassle free manner. The Department implemented the National Food Security Act, 2013 in whole of the District with effect from 1st of Feb, 2016 with the objective to provide access to adequate quantity of quality food at affordable prices. Food grains are received by the State from the Government of India, for distribution among the AAY, Priority Household (PHH) and Non-priority Households (NPHH Currently, the District is providing ration to 15082 AAY, 59620 PHH(Priority Households) and 40526 NPHH(Non-priority households) families comprising upon  73639  275594 , and 193152 souls respectively. AAY ration card holders are being provided 35 Kg of ration irrespective of family members while PHH(erstwhile BPL) and NPHH (erstwhile APL) ration card holders are being provided 5 kg of ration per soul per month.

Further Jammu and Kashmir Food entitlement Scheme/JKFES(erstwhile JKMMS) is also under operation in the district wherein 05 kg ration per soul up to maximum  cap of 35 kg per family at subsidized rates @ Rs.15/kg  are being provided to those PHH/NPHH families whose family size is 1-6 souls .

Category-wise, Scale & Rates of food grains under National Food Security Act 2013:

S.No            Category Monthly scale Rate per Kg in RS.
Atta Rice
1 AAY 35 kg / family 3 3
2 PHH 5 kg / soul 3 3
3 NPHH 5 kg / soul 13 15
4 NPHH 5 Kg/ Soul 13 15

Scale and Rates of Sugar under AAY Category:

S. No. Category Monthly Scale Rates per Kg(In Rs) 
1 AAY  1 kg per family per  month                        Rs 13.50 per kg

Category wise Rates per Kg of food grains  under  “J&K Food Entitlement Scheme”:

S.No. Category Rice
1 PHH(AAY) 15
2 PHH(BPL) 15
3 PHH 15
4 NPHH 15

Kerosene Oil:

   Superior Kerosene Oil(SKO) is also being distributed by the District among PHH/AAY beneficiaries, strictly as per SRO 285, at the scale of 3 litres/household/month, through a network of more than two hundred Retail K Oil dealers.

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG):

LPG supplies are being continuously monitored by the Department in the District to ensure timely and hassle free distribution of the said commodity among the  consumers living across the length and breadth of the District.

Contact Details:

Phone/Fax: 01933241127                                            Email: adfood.pul@jk.gov.in

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Horticulture Outlook: The agro climatic condition of District Pulwama is ideal for cultivation of Fresh as well as Dry Fruits & district is famous for production of Apple, Pear, Stone Fruits & Almonds. About 80% of Population is directly or indirectly involved with the fruit industry. Presently an area of 26332Hectares is under fruit cultivation with estimated annual production of 218124 Metric Tons and an expected annual income of Rs.850.00Crores is expected to be generated during the current financial year 2020-21.

Official Website of Department:        hortikashmir.gov.in

  • District Pulwama is having 09Horticulture Zones:

Pulwama/Newa/Kakapora/Shadimarg/Litter/Pampore/Awantipora/Tral/Hariparigam

 

  • District Pulwama has 04 Departmental Fruit Plant Nurseries:

R P Nowgam Newa/Galander Pampore/ Tumlahal/Tral.

  • The Departmental developmental programmes/ activities lays emphasis on the following areas:-
  • Promotion of Horticulture by plantation of area specific fruit cultivars, rare and minor fruits species having economic and consumer acceptance to meet the market challenges and earn better returns.
  • Rejuvenation of old/senile plantation including top working of wild, inferior fruit cultivars by superior/commercial fruit cultivars to boost the production of quality produce.
  • Creation of irrigation resources in rain-fed areas.
  • Human resources development in public and private sector.
  • Production and distribution of quality fruit plants.
  • Creation of employment opportunities and upliftment of socio-economic status of the poor peasants.
    • To achieve the objectives of developmental programmes/ activities detailed above, an opportunity is being provided through implementation of State as well as Centrally Sponsored Schemes.
  • Departmental Schemes in Vogue: –
    • M I D H (Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture) midh.gov.in
    • P M K S Y  (Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayi Yojhna ) pmksy.gov.in
    • S M A M (Sub Mission on Agricultural Mechanization) agrimachinery.nic.in
    • R K V Y   (Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojhna-rkvy.nic.in)
    • P M D P    (Prime Minister’s Development Package)
    • A T M A   (Agricultural Technology Management Agency- extensionreforms.dacnet.nic.in
    • CAPEX    (Capital Expenditure)

 

  • Major Activates: –
    • Establishment of Ultra High Density Orchard (Rate of Assistance Rs.20.00/-Lakhs Per Hectare)
    • Area Expansion-High Density(Rate of Assistance Rs.00.30/-Lakhs Per Hectare)
    • Area Expansion-Normal Density (Rate of Assistance Rs.00.18/-Lakhs Per Hectare)
    • Rejuvenation of Old & Senile Orchards (Rate of Assistance Rs00.20/-Lakhs Per Hectare)
    • Tubular Polygreen Structures (Rate of Assistance 50%)
    • Pack House (Rate of Assistance Rs.02.00/-Lakhs Per Unit)
    • Deep Bore Well (Rate of Assistance Rs.00.90/-Lakhs Per Unit)
    • Vermi-compost Unit (Rate of Assistance Rs.00.50/-Lakhs Per Unit)
    • Shallow Well (Rate of Assistance Rs.00.25/-Lakhs Per Unit)
    • Mini Tractor & Power Tillers (Rate of Assistance Rs.00.50 to Rs.01.00/-Lakhs Per Unit)
    • Motor Power Sprayer/Brush Cutter/Irrigation Pump set (Rate of Assistance Rs.00.10/-Lakhs Per Unit)
  • Top to Total- (Rate of Assistance 50% on Charges on account of Storage of Fruits/Transport Charges) https://farmersignup.supplyvalid.net
  • PMFPE ( Rate of Assistance 35% of the  Project Cost up to Rs.10.00/-Lakh per Unit) https://mofpi.nic.in
  • Contact Details of Officers.

1/  M. K. Sharma-Chief Horticulture Officer Pulwama: 9419185791

2/  Iqbal Ahmed Wafayi-Horticulture Development Officer Litter: 7006319025

3/  Syed Mudasir Shah-Horticulture Development Officer Awantipora: 9596816488

4/  Dheeraj Bailam-Horticulture Development Officer Pampore: 9419211956

5/  Masood Ahmed Shah-Horticulture Development Officer Kakapora: 9469956272

6/  Sartaj Eid Ul Amin Bhat-Horticulture Development Officer Shadimarg: 7889426741

 

  • For further queries contact: Chief Horticulture Officer’s Office Pulwama

       Phone No:01933-240045

       Email Id: chopulwama@gmail.com

 

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DISTRICT SOCIAL WELFARE OFFICE PULWAMA

 

Name of Scheme National Social Assistance Programme
Component IGNOAPS
Eligibility Criteria ·         Age:

Male- 60 years & Above

Female- 60 years & above

·         BPL Household

Documents Required •      Application Form(Duly Filled)

•      Aadhar Card of Applicant

•      Bank Account No of Applicant

BPL Ration Card

Nature of Assistance Rs 1000/= per month
Whom To Apply Tehsil Social Welfare Officer concerned:

7006256762 (Pulwama)

9682547147 (Tral)

7006812894 (Awantipora)

7006465908 (Pampore)

Name of Scheme National Social Assistance Programme
Component IGNWPS
Eligibility Criteria Age: 40-79 years female

·         Widow

·                  BPL Household

Documents Required •            Application Form(Daly Filled) Death Certificate of Husband

•            Aadhar Card of Applicant

•            Bank Account No of Applicant

•            BPM Nation Card

Nature of Assistance Rs 1000/= per month
Whom To Apply Tehsil Social Welfare Officer concerned:

7006256762 (PUL)

9682547147 (Tral)

7006812894 (Awantipora)

7006465908 (Pampore)

Name of Scheme National Social Assistance Programme
Component •       IGNDPS
Eligibility Criteria •        Age: 18-79 years

•       Person with Severe and /or Multiple Disability (80%)

•            BPL Household

Documents Required •            Application Form(Duly Filled)

•            Disability Certificate of  80% and above from the competent authority

•            Aadhar Card of Applicant

•            Bank Account to of Applicant

•            BPL Ration Card

Nature of Assistance Rs 1000/= per month
Whom To Apply Tehsil Social Welfare Officer concerned:

7006256762 (PUL)

9682547147 (Tral)

7006812894 (Awantipora)

7006465908 (Pampore)

Name of Scheme National Social Assistance Programme
Component NFBS
Eligibility Criteria •       Age:18-59years(of Deceased Primary earning member)

•       BPL Household

Documents Required •       Application Form(Duly Filled)

•       Death Certificate of Primary Bread Earner

•       Aadhar Card of Applicant

•       Bank Account No of Applicant

•       BPL Ration Card

Nature of Assistance Rs 20000/=  (one time cash assistance)
Whom To Apply Tehsil Social Welfare Officer concerned:

7006256762 (PUL)

9682547147 (Tral)

7006812894 (Awantipora)

7006465908 (Pampore)

Name of Scheme Integrated Social Assistance  Programme
Component OAP
Eligibility Criteria Age:

Male- 60 years & Above

Femae-55 years & Above

Meager/No source of income

 

Documents Required Application Form(Duly Filled)

Aadhar Card of Applicant

Bank Account No of Applicant

BPL Ration Card

Nature of Assistance Rs 1000/= per month
Whom To Apply Tehsil Social Welfare Officer concerned:

7006256762 (PUL)

9682547147 (Tral)

7006812894 (Awantipora)

7006465908 (Pampore)

Name of Scheme Integrated Social Assistance  Programme
Component WID
Eligibility Criteria •       Age:

40 years & above female

•       Widow/Divorcee/Destitute Meager/No Source of  Income

Documents Required •      Application Form(Duly Filled)

•      Death Certificate of Husband/Divorce Deed

•      Aadhar Card of Applicant

•      Bank Account no of Applicant

•       BPL Nation Card

Nature of Assistance Rs 1000/= per month
Whom To Apply Tehsil Social Welfare Officer concerned:

7006256762 (PUL)

9682547147 (Tral)

7006812894 (Awantipora)

7006465908 (Pampore)

Name of Scheme Integrated Social Assistance  Programme
Component PCP
Eligibility Criteria •       Age: No age bar

•       Person with a Disability(40%) Meager/No Source of Income

Documents Required •       Application Form(Duly Filled)

•       Disability Certificate of 40%  and above from the competent authority

•       Aadhar Card of Applicant

•       Bank Account No of Applicant

•       BPL Ration Card

Nature of Assistance Rs 1000/= per month
Whom To Apply Tehsil Social Welfare Officer concerned:

7006256762 (PUL)

9682547147 (Tral)

7006812894 (Awantipora)

7006465908 (Pampore)

Name of Scheme State Marriage Assistance Scheme
Eligibility Criteria Identified Poor Girl in the approved Survey List (2011-17) whose marriage is to be solemnized soon

·                  Above 18 years of age (Should not have availed similar benefit under any other

Documents Required •      Application form

•      Saath Naam/Certificate attested by Numberdar/ Chowkidar or any Gazetted Officer

•      Ration Card of father (BPL)

·         Income Certificate (Less than Rs 75000/-)

·         Age Proof( 10‘” DOB or age certificate attested by a Gazetted Medical Officer)

·         State subject/Election card

·         Aadhar Card

·         Bank Pass Book

·                  01 Passport size photograph

Nature of Assistance Rs 25000/= cash & cost of 5gms of Gold
Whom To Apply Tehsil Social Welfare Officer concerned:

7006256762 (PUL)

9682547147 (Tral)

7006812894(Awantipora)

7006465908 (Pampore)

Name of Scheme Grant of Prosthetic Aid
Eligibility Criteria ·         Person with an Orthopedic disability Or hearing impairment

·         BPL Household

 

Documents Required •           Application form (Dully filled)

•          Disability Certificate (40% & above)

•          Certificate from the competent medical authority regarding operational capability of the applicant vis-a-vis the aid/appliance

•          BPL Ration Card

Nature of Assistance Motorized  Tricycles, Wheel Chair, Crutches, Hearing Aid.
Whom To Apply Tehsil Social Welfare Officer concerned:

7006256762 (PUL)

9682547147 (Tral)

7006812894(Awantipora)

7006465908 (Pampore)

Name of Scheme RMV
Component OAP / WID / PCP
Eligibility Criteria Elderly Paremts & Widows of civilians killed in militancy-related violence and civilians who suffered physical disability in militancy-related violence.

BPL Household

Documents Required ·                  Application Form (Duly Filled)

·                  Death Certificate of the deceased

·                  Copy of the FIR

·                   Aadhar Card

·         Bank Account Number

·                  Income Certificate (not exceeding Rs 72000/ -)

Nature of Assistance Rs 1000/= per month
Whom To Apply Tehsil Social Welfare Officer concerned:

7006256762 (PUL)

9682547147 (Tral)

7006812894 (Awantipora)

7006465908 (Pampore)

District Social Welfare Officer

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Name of Scheme RMV
Component Marriage Assistance
Eligibility Criteria  

·         Young widows/daughter up to 40 years of age of Civilians killed militancy related violence

·                  BPL Household

Documents Required ·         Nikkah Naam

·         Death Certificate of the deceased

·         Copy of the FIR

·         Income Certificate (not exceeding Rs 72000/-)

Nature of Assistance Rs.39000/(one-time Cash assistance)
Whom To Apply Tehsil Social Welfare Officer concerned:

7006256762 (PUL)

9682547147 (Tral)

7006812894 (Awantipora)

7006465908 (Pampore)

District Social Welfare Officer

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Name of Scheme RMV
Component Scholarship without discrimination
Eligibility Criteria •           Children of Killed Militants studying in classes 1“to 12″

•           BPL Household

Documents Required •           Application Form (Dully Filled)

•             Death Certificate of the deceased

•           Copy of FIR

•           Aadhar Card

•           Bank Account Number

•           Income Certificate(not exceeding Rs. 72000/-)

Nature of Assistance Scholarship @ RS 750 /-
Whom To Apply Tehsil Social Welfare Officer concerned:

7006256762 (PUL)

9682547147 (Tral)

7006812894 (Awantipora)

7006465908 (Pampore)

District Social Welfare Officer

01933241251

Name of Scheme NFCH
Component  
Eligibility Criteria •           Destitute/Orphan children whose parent(s) is/are killed or permanently incapacitated in communal, caste, ethnic or terrorist violence

•           Age upto 25 years Income upto 2 lac/year

Documents Required •      Application Form (Duly Filled)

•      Death Certificate of the deceased

•      Copy of FIR

•      Aadhar Card

•      Bank Account Number

·                  Income Certificate(not exceeding Rs 72000/-)

Nature of Assistance Scholarships (per month)

·                  Up to 12th- Rs1250/=

·                  UG/PG-Rs1500/=

·                  Professional Courses-Rs1700/=

Whom To Apply District Social Welfare Officer

01933241251

Name of Scheme Residential Homes
Component MFI
Eligibility Criteria Orphan belonging to a BPL Household
Documents Required ·                  Application Form (Duly Filled)

·                  Medical Certificate regarding mental health

·                   Death Certificate of Parent(s)

·                  Income Certificate

•      Aadhar card

•      Bank Account Number Ration Card

Nature of Assistance Free of cost boarding, lodging and education
Whom To Apply Suptd. MFI concerned

7889914874

Name of Scheme Social Welfare Centres
Component Social Welfare Centres
Eligibility Criteria •           Age 18 years & above

•           Should not be enrolled in school

•           BPL House hold

Documents Required •      Application Form

•      Aadhar Card of Applicant

•      Bank Account No of Applicant

•       BPL Ration Card

Nature of Assistance Skill Training in arts and craft with monthly stipend of Rs100/=
Whom To Apply Craft Teacher of concerned SWC or TSWO concerned
Name of Scheme Scholarship Schemes Minority (Online)
Component Pre-Matric
Eligibility Criteria •      Classes 1“ to 10”

•      50% marks in previous class

•       Parental Income Upto Rs 1 lac/year

Documents Required Applicant has to apply online and upload all relevant documents
Nature of Assistance Course Fee Maintenance Allowance etc. (Rates vary as per course/class)
Whom To Apply Apply Online on NSP (https://scholarships.gov.in/)
Name of Scheme Scholarship Schemes Minority (Online)
Component Post-Matric
Eligibility Criteria •      Classes 11″,12” equivalent, UG, PG, M.

•      Phil, PhD

•      50% marks in previous class Parental income up to Rs 2 lac/year

Documents Required •      Applicant has to apply online and upload all relevant documents
Nature of Assistance •      Course Fee Maintenance Allowance etc. (Rates vary as per course/class)
Whom To Apply •      Apply Online on NSP (https://scholarships.gov.in/)
Name of Scheme Scholarship Schemes Minority (Online)
Component Merit cum Means
Eligibility Criteria •           Professional/Technical Courses

•           50% marks in previous class

•      Parental income up to Rs 2.5 lac/year

Documents Required •      Applicant has to apply online and upload all relevant documents
Nature of Assistance •      Course Fee Maintenance Allowance etc. (Rates vary as per course/class)
Whom To Apply •      Apply Online on NSP (https://scholarships.gov.in/)
Name of Scheme Scholarship Scheme For Reserved Categories (Online)
Component Post-Matric OBC
Eligibility Criteria •           Classes 11″,12″ equivalent, UG, PG

•           Parental income upto Rs 2.5 lac/year

Documents Required •           Applicant has to apply online and upload all relevant documents
Nature of Assistance Course Fee Maintenance Allowance etc. (Rates vary as per course/class)
Whom To Apply Apply online at  https://jk.gov.in/jkeservices
Name of Scheme Scholarship Scheme For Reserved Categories (Online)
Component Post-Matric EBC
Eligibility Criteria Classes 11”,12″ equivalent, UG, PG

Parental income up to Rs 2.5 lac/year

Documents Required Applicant has to apply online and upload all relevant documents
Nature of Assistance Course Fee Maintenance Allowance etc. (Rates vary as per course/class)
Whom To Apply Apply online at  https://jk.gov.in/jkeservices
Name of Scheme Scholarship Scheme For Reserved Categories (Online)
Component Post-Matric PCP
Eligibility Criteria Classes 11″,12′ equivalent, UG, PG Parental income up to Rs 2.5 lac/year
Documents Required Applicant has to apply online and upload all relevant documents
Nature of Assistance Course Fee Maintenance Allowance etc. (Rates vary as per course/class)
Whom To Apply Apply online at  https://jk.gov.in/jkeservices
Name of Scheme Scholarship Scheme For Reserved Categories (Online)
Component Post-Matric DNT
Eligibility Criteria Classes 11″,12′ equivalent, UG, PG Parental income up to Rs 2.5 lac/year
Documents Required Applicant has to apply online and upload all relevant documents
Nature of Assistance Course Fee Maintenance Allowance etc. (Rates vary as per course/class)
Whom To Apply Apply online at  https://jk.gov.in/jkeservices
Name of Scheme Scholarship Schemes (Offline)
Component Pre- Matric OBC
Eligibility Criteria Classes 1″ to 10″ Belonging to OBC category (OSC/Social Caste) mh Parental income up to Rs 0.75 lac/year
Documents Required •           Income Certificate

•           OBC Certificate

•           Bank Account in the name of the student

•           Aadhar Card Number of the student

Nature of Assistance Scholarship

•      Classes 1-5

Male-Rs 450 Female-Rs 675

•      Classes 6-8

Male-Rs 900    Female-Rs 1350

•      Classes 9-10

Male-Rs 1350  Female-Rs 1800

Whom To Apply List of eligible

students is provided by the ZEO’s/Principals to the DSWO for payment

 

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Details of in charges of Election department

 

S No. Name Designation Contact No. Email
1 Dr. Gulzar Ahmad Rather Dy. District Election officer 9419052012 drgulzarratherkas@gmail.com
2 Mr. Aijaz Ahmad Rather Election Naib Tehsildar 7006436731 Aijazrather73@gmail.com

Details of ERONET Operators/Prepration of Voter ID Cards.

 

S No. Name of Assembly Constituency Name of ERONET Operator Mobile No.
1 31-Tral Asifa Nazir 7006295483
2 32-Pampore Syed Basharat Ahsan 9541309416
3 33-Pulwama Gowhar Ahmad Lone 7006540609
4 34-Rajpora Murtaza Ahmad Lone 9622162980

 

Note: Any Voter Can Add, Update or Delete himself/herself on https://www.nvsp.in

Details of Electors in Respect of Distict Pulwama

 

S No. Name of Assembly Constituency Male Voters Female Voters Total voters
1 31-Tral 45876 42990 88866
2 32-Pampore 42223 40691 82914
3 33-Pulwama 44286 41430 85716
4 34-Rajpora 50127 45999 96126
TOTAL 182512 171110 353622

 

DDC wise winning candidate details of District Pulwama

 

S No. Name of the DDC Reservation Status Name of the Elected Member Name of Father/ Husband Gender Address of the elected member Party Affiliation
1 1-ACHGOOZE ST WOMEN Mansha Jaan Mohd Isamail Gorsi FEMALE Sangerwani Pulwama INDEPENDENT
2 2-ARIPAL OPEN Manzoor Ahmad Ganie GH Mohd Ganie MALE Jawaherpora PDP
3 3-AWANTIPORA-I OPEN Syed Abdul Bari Andrabi Syed Ghulam Mohammad Andrabi MALE Puchal PDP
4 4-AWANTIPORA-II GEN WOMEN Meema Zahoor Ahmad Sofi FEMALE Lethpora PDP
5 5-DADSARA OPEN Avtar Singh Jodh Singh MALE Monghama Part-4 Independent
6 6-KAKAPORA-I OPEN Abdul Qayoom Amir Mir MALE Ratnipora PDP
7 7-KAKAPORA-II GEN WOMEN Minha Lateef Mohammad Lateef Bhat FEMALE Patalbagh BJP
8 8-LITTER OPEN Mukhtar Ahmad Bandh Mohd Khalil Band MALE Banderpora Nownagri JKNC
9 9-NEWA OPEN Abdul Aziz Mir Gh. Mohd Mir MALE Inder JKNC
10 10-PAMPORE GEN WOMEN Tazeem Zakir Hussain FEMALE Batdalav Khrew PDP
11 11-PULWAMA-I OPEN Waheed Ur Rehman Para Gh Ahmad Para MALE Naira PDP
12 12-PULWAMA-II OPEN Javed Ahamad Bhat Ab Rahim Bhat MALE Dadoora Independent
13 13-SHADIMARG GEN WOMEN Mahmooda Akhter Gh.Mohd Wani FEMALE Chatripora Palpora Independent
14 14-TRAL OPEN Harbaksh Singh Sassan S.Gurbakash Singh MALE Laribal PDP

 

Details of Chairperson/Vice-Chairperson DDC Pulwama

 

S No. Name Adress Party Affiliation
1 Syed Abdul Bari Andrabi
(Chairperson)
Puchal PDP
2 Mukhtar Ahmad Bandh
(Vice-Chairperson)
Banderpora Nownagri JKNC

 

Details of Muncipal by- Elections 2020 Muncipal Council Pulwama

 

S No. Name of Muncipal Counciler Name of Ward Adress
1 Shabnum Nazir 1-Prichoo Prichoo Pulwama
2 Shabir Ahmad Wani 3-Dalipora-A Prichoo Pulwama
3 Mymoona Akhter 4-Dalipora B Malikpora Pulwama
4 Nazir Ahmad Teli 5-Sirnoo A Sirnoo Pulwama
5 Wali Mohd Hafiz 6-Sirnoo B Prichoo Pulwama
6 Rukhsana Akhter 7-Malikpora A Malikpora Pulwama
7 Bilal Ahmad Rather 8-Malikpora B Malikpora Pulwama
8 Gh. Mohd Ganie 9-Chatapora A Chatapora Pulwama
9 Kulsooma Akhter 10-Chatapora B Wasgbugh Pulwama
Kulsooma Akhter 11-Washbugh Wasgbugh Pulwama
10 Ajaz Ahmad Dhobi 12-Dangerpora Dangerpora Pulwama
Ajaz Ahmad Dhobi 13-Dangerpora B Dangerpora Pulwama

 

Details of President/Vice prisident, Muncipal Council Pulwama

 

S No. Name Adress Party Affiliation
1 Shabnum Nazir
(President)
Prichoo Pulwama JKNC
2 Shabir Ahmad Wani
(Vice-President)
Prichoo Pulwama JKNC
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Municipal Committee Awantipora

No of Central sponsored Schemes:

  1. (IHHL): – Individual House Hold Latrines
  2. (PMAY (U): House for All
  3. (PM Svanidhi): – Predhamn Mantri Street Vendors Aatma Nirbhar Nindhi

Objective of the Scheme :

  1. IHHL: –  To make the city open defecation free
  2. (PMAY (U)House for All: – To provide Financial Assistance to Economically weaker sections for Construction of Residential Houses
  3. (PM Svanidhi): –  To Provide Loan Assistance for Street Vendors to make them AAtma Nirbhar

Benefits for the Public:

  1. IHHL (Individual House Hold Latrines units): – Every eligible beneficiary in the scheme is assisted to tune of Rs. 17491/= as financial assistance to make the city open defecation free.
  2. (PMAY (U)House for All : – Economically weaker sections to provide Financial Assistance to the tune of Rs. 166666/= for Construction of Residential Houses
  3. (PM Svanidhi): – A loan assistance amounting of of Rs. 10000/= to be Provide to Street Vendors to make them Aatma Nirbhar

 

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Department of Health (National Health Mission, NHM)

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

Information related to Schemes/Activities presently in vogue

  1. Total No. of Schemes/activities presently available 13 (Thirteen)
  2. Name and Objective of the Scheme /Activity (Schemewise/Activitywise if more than one)

 

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.

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Benefits for the Public
S. No Name of Scheme Objective of Scheme
1 Janani Suraksha Karyakram (JSY) The cash entitlement for different categories of mothers is as follows:

Category Rural area  Total  Urban area  Total
Mother’s package ASHA’s package* Mother’s package ASHA’s package** (Amount in Rs.)
LPS 1400 600 2000 1000 400 1400
HPS 700 600 1300 600 400 1000
2 Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakram (JSSK) The following are the Free Entitlements for pregnant women:

o    Free and cashless delivery

o    Free C-Section

o    Free drugs and consumables

o    Free diagnostics

o    Free diet during stay in the health institutions

o    Free provision of blood

o    Exemption from user charges

o    Free transport from home to health institutions

o    Free transport between facilities in case of referral

o    Free drop back from Institutions to home after 48hrs stay

The following are the Free Entitlements for Sick newborns till 30 days after birth.This has now been expanded to cover sick infants:

o    Free treatment

o    Free drugs and consumables

o    Free diagnostics

o    Free provision of blood

o    Exemption from user charges

o    Free Transport from Home to Health Institutions

o    Free Transport between facilities in case of referral

o    Free drop Back from Institutions to home

3 Rashtrya Bal Swasth Karyakram (RBSK) Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK) is an important initiative aiming at early identification and early intervention for children from birth to 18 years to cover 4 ‘D’s viz. Defects at birth, Deficiencies, Diseases, Development delays including disability.
4 National Programme for Cardio vascular diseases, Diabetes, Cancer and Stroke (NPCDCS)
5 National Programme for control of Blindness
  • To reduce the backlog of blindness through identification and treatment of blind at primary, secondary and tertiary levels based on assessment of the overall burden of visual impairment in the country.
  • Develop and strengthen the strategy of NPCBVI for “Eye Health” and prevention of visual impairment; through provision of comprehensive eye care services and quality service delivery.
  • Strengthening and upgradation of RIOs to become centre of excellence in various sub-specialities of ophthalmology
  • Strengthening the existing and developing additional human resources and infrastructure facilities for providing high quality comprehensive Eye Care in all Districts of the country;
  • To enhance community awareness on eye care and lay stress on preventive measures;
  • Increase and expand research for prevention of blindness and visual impairment
  • To secure participation of Voluntary Organizations/Private Practitioners in eye Care

 

6 National Mental Health Programme o    To ensure the availability and accessibility of minimum mental healthcare for all in the foreseeable future, particularly to the most vulnerable and underprivileged sections of the population;

o    To encourage the application of mental health knowledge in general healthcare and in social development; and

o    To promote community participation in the mental health service development and to stimulate efforts towards self-help in the community.

 

7 National Leprosy Eradication Programme ·         Elimination of leprosy i.e. prevalence of less than 1 case per 10,000 population in all districts of the country.

·         Strengthen Disability Prevention & Medical Rehabilitation of persons affected by leprosy.

·         Reduction in the level of stigma associated with leprosy.

 

8 National Tuberculosis Eradication Programme (NTEP) The first objective of NSP is to find all drug sensitive TB cases (DS-TB) and drug resistant TB cases (DRTB) with an emphasis on reaching TB patients seeking care from private providers and undiagnosed TB cases in high-risk populations (such as prisoners, migrant workers, people living with HIV/AIDS, contacts etc.).

Early diagnosis and treatment of TB cases in the community is an important step in TB elimination, which will help in decreasing the risk of transmission of disease to others, poor health outcomes, and social and economic hardships of the patient and their family.

 

9 Pradhan Mantri National Dialysis Programme (PMNDP) There are two main types of dialysis, which are hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.

1.    Hemodialysis (HD, commonly known as blood dialysis): In HD, the blood is filtered through a machine that acts like an artificial kidney and is returned back into the body. HD needs to be performed in a designated dialysis centre. It is usually needed about 3 times per week, with each episode taking about 3-4 hours.

2.    Peritoneal dialysis (PD, commonly known as water dialysis): In PD, the blood is cleaned without being removed from the body. The abdomen sac (lining) acts as a natural filter. A solution (mainly made up of salts and sugars) is injected into the abdomen that encourages filtration such that the waste is transferred from the blood to the solution. There are 2 types of PD – continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) and automated peritoneal dialysis (APD). CAPD needs to be done 3 to 5 times every day, but does not require a machine. APD uses an automated cycler machine to perform 3 to 5 exchanges during the night while the patient is asleep.

10 National Oral Health Programme  (NOHP) Taking into account the oral health situation in the country, Government of India has initiated a National Oral Health Programme to provide integrated, comprehensive oral health care in the existing health care facilities with the following objectives: a. To improve the determinants of oral health b. To reduce morbidity from oral diseases c. To integrate oral health promotion and preventive services with general health care system d. To encourage Promotion of Public Private Partnerships (PPP) model for achieving better oral health.
11 Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP)
  • CSU, IDSP receives disease outbreak reports from the States/UTs on weekly basis. Even NIL weekly reporting is mandated and compilation of disease outbreaks/alerts is done on weekly basis.
  • On an average 01-to 02 outbreaks are reported to DSU throughout year.
  • In last financial year (2019-20) one outbreak of Chickenpox reported from village Tengpona of Block Pulwama and this current financial year (2020-21) Hepetatis A reported from village Drabgam of Block Rajpora.
12 Ayushman Bharat – PMJAY- Sehat Under this Scheme, SEHAT cards will be distributed to all the beneficiaries. The beneficiaries are required to show these SEHAT cards in the hospital in order to avail the benefit of this scheme. Eligible beneficiaries can apply for the Scheme through common service centre operators. All the beneficiaries require to keep a SEHAT card with them all the time.
13 Adolescent Health weekly supplementation of 100mg elemental Iron and 500ug Folic Acid (IFA) is effective in decreasing incidence and prevalence of anaemia in adolescents, MOHFW has launched the Weekly Iron and Folic Acid Supplementation (WIFS) Programme for school going adolescent girls and boys and for out of school adolescent girls. The Programme envisages administration of supervised weekly IFA Supplementation and biannual deworming tablets

 

Contact Details of Nodal Officer:

 

S. No Name of Scheme Name of Nodal Officer Contact No.
1 Janani Suraksha Karyakram (JSY) Miss Uzma Shah 9149415374
2 Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakram (JSSK) Do Do
3 Rashtrya Bal Swasth Karyakram (RBSK) Dr. Majid 7006876223
4 National Programme for Cardio vascular diseases, Diabetes, Cancer and Stroke (NPCDCS) Dr. Nuzhat 70016130677
5 National Programme for control of Blindness Dr. Jawahira (DHO) 6006446856
6 National Mental Health Programme Mr. Naveed 7006351143
7 National Leprosy Eradication Programme Dr. Jawahira (DHO) 6006446856
8 National Tuberculosis Eradication Programme (NTEP) Miss Shazeen- DPM 8491995203
9 Pradhan Mantri National Dialysis Programme (PMNDP) Dr. Jameel – M. S DH Pulwama 9419038333
10 National Oral Health Programme  (NOHP) Dr. Jameel – M. S DH Pulwama 9419038333
11 Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP) Dr. Arshid Epidemiologist 9858585888
12 Ayushman Bharat – PMJAY- Sehat Dr. Tahmeena- Dy CMO 7006429651
13 Adolescent Health Dr. Jawahira (DHO) 6006446856

 

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Govt.Degree College Women Pulwama

List of the various Scholarship Schemes :

S.NO Name of the Scheme Ministry Name of Institution Nodal Officer/Mobile No.
01 Post Matric Scholarship for OBC/SC/EBC Students Ministry for Social Justice and Employment Prof.Tahir Hussain Naikoo Mobile No.7006068238 Email:tahir.naikoo@gmail.com
02 Post Matric Scholarship for ST Students Ministry for Tribal Affairs Prof.Tahir Hussain Naikoo Mobile No.7006068238 Email:tahir.naikoo@gmail.com
03 Post Matric Scholarship for

Minority Affairs(1096 applications verified for 2020)

Ministry of Minority Affairs Prof.Tahir Hussain Naikoo Mobile No.7006068238 Email:tahir.naikoo@gmail.com
04 Post Matric Scholarship for Pahari Speaking students Ministry for Tribal Affairs Prof.Tahir Hussain Naikoo     Mobile No.7006068238 Email:tahir.naikoo@gmail.com
05 College Internal Financial Aid —————————————— Prof.Tahir Hussain Naikoo     Mobile No.7006068238 Email:tahir.naikoo@gmail.com
06 PMSSS Prime Minister,s Office Prof Shafiq Andrabi                 Mobile No.8825050630 Email:shafiq.ahmad4@gmail.com

 

Monodarpan Initiative:

Monodarpan is an initiative to provide psychological support and counseling to students, teachers and families for mental health and emotional well being

Psychological counseling cell GDC for women Pulwama is running Manodarpan an initiative of Higher Education Government of J&K with Ministry of Education government of India for promoting psychological well-being of students. Many programmes were organized under manodarpan and our college attended all programmes organized by District coordinator. Our college organized one program on the initiative Stress Management. Because of covid-19 restrictions limited numbers of students were allowed to attend program.

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LIST OF BRICK KLINS IN DISTRICT  PULWAMA

 

S. NO NAME OF THE BRICK KLIN BRICK MARK LOCATION
1 DAR B.K ZADOORA 191 ZADORA
2 GULMOHAR B.K WAGORA B7 WAGORA
3 AALIYIE B.K VOOUKHU 70F WOOKHU
4 AAREFEEN B.K BANDZOO 86A BANDZOO
5 MAGRAY B.K SHAHABAD TRAL MBK SHABAD TRAL
6 THOKER B. K ODURA A-NO ADOORA SHAHOORA
7 SANA ULLAH ALIYIE B.K 100B OUKHU KAKPORA
8 DAR B.K TUMCH NOWPORA 13D TUMCHI NOWPORA
9 NATH B.K PAMPORE STAR* CHAK-TRAL
10 SUNFLOWER B.K UDORA 711 ODURA SHAHORA
11 SHAHOORA B.K ODORA ATM ODURA SHAHORA
12 MIR B. KLIN HASTIKHUD 71D HASTIKHUD
13 BASHIR AHMAD MAGRAY B. KLIN BBK SHIT PARRAYPORA
14 CHINAR B.Klin CBK BHATNOOR
15 HAMDANIA B.K OUKHU 713 WOOKHU
16 STAR B.K WUKHU KAKPORA * (STAR) WOOKHU
17 GOUSIA B.K OOKHU KAKPORA 719 KANDIZAL
18 SHALIMAR B.K OOKHU KAKPORA 117 WOOKHU
19 KAMRAN BRICK KILN KBK PARIGAM
20 M/S EVERGREEN BRICK KILN 41A BATNOOR
21 M/S LONE BRICK KILN LBK SHIT PARRAYPORA
22 M/S LONE BRICK KILN-II LBK ASTHANPORA
23 M/S BATNOOR BRICK KILN 151 BATHNOOR
24 M/S PATHAN BRICK KILN F16 YADDER
25 M/S ZAFRAN BRICK KILN 111 ASTHANPORA
26 M/S WANI  BRICK KILN NO.1 YADDER
27 M/S SUNRISE BRICK KILN TMT YADDER
28 M/S DAR BRICK KILN 415 ALIEPORA
29 M/S KINGS BRICK KILN NAZ TUMLEHAL
30 M/S GOODWILL BRICK KILN 7H ARMULLA
31 M/S IKHLAS BRICK KILN IBK AUDOORA
32 M/S SHAHIHAMDAN BRICK KILN JKK YADDER
33 M/S M.J GOLDEN BRICK KILN J-71 ASTHANPORA
34 M/S S.M BRICK KILN ABK ARMULLA
35 M/S BISMILLAH BRICK KILN 417 ACHAN
36 HAROON BRICK KILN YADDER
37 M/S ZUM ZUM BRICK KILN 511 KANDIZAL
38 M/S JEHLUM BRICK KILN 407 ZADORA
39 M/S MANROZ BRICK KILN PAMPORE
40 HILLAL BRICK LIN 70W WOOKHU

 

List of Major Mineral Leases (Lime Stone)

List of Major Mineral Leases (Lime Stone)
S. No. Name of Factory

With Captive Mine

Location  of mine Village/P.O/

R.S & Distt.

Owner of Mine Mineral Area Govt. Order No./Date Date of execution
1 M/S J&K Cements Ltd Khrew Pampore, M/S J&K Cements Ltd. Sanat Ghar Bemina Srinagar Limestone 88.10 ha Renewed vide Govt. Order No. 53-Ind of 2002 dated 22.02.2002 w.e.f 06.07.1997 08.07.1977
2 M/S Cemtac Cements Salina Satur Marg Khrew. Riaz Ah. Panjra S/o Mohd. Maqbool Panjra R/o Hyderpora Byepass, Srinagar. Limestone 29.4 ha 104-Ind of 2002 dated 28.03.2002 09.09.2002
3 TCI Cements Gunsnar Bajarnar Wuyan Mushtaq Ah. Tramboo S/o Haji Ab. Ahad Tramboo R/o Barzulla, Srinagar. Limestone 44 ha 289-Ind of 1998 dated 05.08.1998 read with 403-Ind of 1998 dt. 29.10.1998 22.09.1998
4 TCI Max Cements Bathan Khrew, Mohd. Shafi Tramboo S/o Ab.Ahad Tramboo Parraypora Barzulla,Sgr. Limestone 4.92 ha 158-Ind of 2008 dated 29.05.2008 20.06.2008
5 TCI Max Cements Bajnar Bathyan Khrew Umar Shafi Tramboo S/o Mohd. Shafi Tramboo R/o Ishbar Nishat, Sgr. Limestone 48 ha 277- Ind of 2008 dated 30.10.2008 31.10.2008
6 M/S Dawar Cements

 

Chakdura, Mushtaq Muzaffar Anim S/o Haji Mohd. Muzaffar Anim R/o Shah Anwar Coloney Hyderpora, Sgr. Limestone 21.1 ha 317-Ind of 2008 dated 31.12.2008 13.02.2009
7 M/S Itefaq Cements Daikhan Bajnar Khrew Pampore, Waqar Asif S/o Mohd. Asif Khan R/o 160-Rawal Pora, Sgr. Limestone 4.98 ha 46-Ind of 2011 dated 10.03.2011 05.08.2011
8 HK Cements Village Qutargan Zantrag Khrew Tehsil, Pampore Haji Gh. Hassan Mir S/o Late Ali Mohd Mir R/o Athwajan, Srinagar. Limestone 4.46 ha 178-Ind of 2014 dated 07.08.2014 12.01.2017
9 HK Cements Village Qutargan Zantrag Khrew Tehsil, Pampore Sh. Mohd. Sultan Mir S/o Haji Gh. Hassan Mir R/o Athwajan, Srinagar. Limestone 4.42 ha 179-Ind of 2014 dated 07.08.2014 12.01.2017

List Of Minor Mineral Blocks In Pulwama:

S.no Name/ code of the minor Mineral Blocks Locaiton of Minor Mineral Blocks
1 1 A-  Lassipora Sidco Bridge , D/ Stream Nallah Rambaiara
2 2 B-   Lassipora Sidco Bridge D/ Stream Nallah Rambaiara
3 3 C-Lassiproa Sidco Bridge D/ Stream Nallah Rambaiara
4 4 C-   Lassipora Sidco Bridge D/Stream Nallah Rambaiara
5 5 E-Lassipora Sidco Bridge D/ Stream Nallah Rambaiara
6 6 F- Lassipora Sidco Bridge D/ Stream Nallah Rambaiara
7 7 G-Panjran Lassipora Sidco Bridge D/ Stream Nallah Rambaiara
8 8 H-Lassipora Panjran Achan D/ Stream Nallah Rambaiara
9 9 A-  Hall Rajpora Bridge D/ Stream Nallah Sasara
10 10 B-   Arigam Sonasamil Bridge U/Stream Nallah Sasara
11 11 C-   Bandzoo Bridge U/ Stream Nallah Sasara
12 12 D-Bandzoo Bridge D/ Stream Nallah Sasara
13 13 A-  Kchachkoot U/Stream River Jhelum
14 14 B-Chersoo Bridge U/ Stream River Jhelum
15 15 C-Chersoo bridge D/Stream River Jhelum
16 16 D- Awantipora Irrigation Hydrolic Pump  U/ Stream River Jhelum
17 17 E- Awantipora Irrigation Hydrolic Pump D/ Stream River Jhelum
18 18 F- Awantipora NHIA Bypass Bridge U/ Stream River Jhelum
19 19 G- Awantipora NHIA Bypass Bridge D/ Stream River Jhelum
20 20 H- Barsoo NHIA Bypass Bridge U/ Stream River Jhelum
21 21 I. Barsoo NHIA Byspass Bridge D/ Stream River Jhelum
22 22 J-Barsoo Iron Bridge D/ Stram River Jhelum
23 23 K- lethpora Iron Bridge U/ Stream River Jhelum
24 24 L- Lethpora Iron Bridge D/ Stream River Jhelum
25 25 M- Kakapora Bridge U/ Stream River Jhelum
26 26 N- Kakpora Bridge D/Stream River Jhelum
27 27 O-Khadermoh Marvel U/Stream River Jhelum
28 28 P-Galander Bypass NHIA bridge U/ Stream River Jhelum
29 29 Q-Galander Bypass bridge D/ Stream River Jhelum
30 30 R-Kadlabal Pampore Bridge U/ Stream River Jhelum
31 31 A-Suthura Bridge U/ Stream Nallah naristan
32 32 B-Sathura Bridge D/Stream Nallah naristan
33 33 C-Dharmgund Bridge U/Stream Nallah lam
34 34 D-Dharmgund Bridge D/ Stream Nallah lam
35 35 A-  Rahmoo Bridge U/ Stream Nallah Romushi
36 36 B-Rahmoo Bridge D/ Stream Nallah Romushi
37 37 C-Chewa Bridge D/ Stream Nallah Romushi
38 38 D-Chewa Bridge D/ Stream Nallah Romushi
39 39 E-  Newa Diversion Bridge U/Stream Nallah Romushi

 

List of Stone Crushers:

 

List of Stone Crushers
 S.no Name of stone crusher Location  S.no Name of stone crusher Location
1 M/S Ahmads S.C Wuyan 64 M/S Greenland S.C Anderward Wuyan
2 M/S valley View S.C Wuyan 65 M/S Unique S.C Gunusnar Wuyan
3 M/S New Sadabahar S.C Wuyan 66 M/S Wani S.C Pampore
4 M/S New Diamond S.C Wuyan 67 M/S Taj S.C Litrabal Pampore
5 M/s Five star S.C Wuyan 68 M/S J.K.S.C Lethpora
6 M/s Crown S.C Wuyan 69 M/S New light S.C Lethpora
7 M/s New Crown Stone Crusher Wuyan 70 M/S Hilal S.C Wookhu
8 M/S Sadabhar S.C Wuyan 71 M/S Bhat S.C Khadermoh
9 M/S Golden S.C Wuyan 72 M/S Kashmir S.C Khadermoh
10 M/S Rehmat S.C Wuyan 73 M/S Jelhum S.C Khadermoh
11 M/B Bhat S.C Wuyan 74 M/S Khanday S.C Khadermoh
12 M/S Alamdar S.C Wuyan 75 M/S Bismillah S.C Khadermoh
13 M/S Diamond S.C Wuyan 76 M/S New S.C Khadermoh
14 M/S Himalayan stone crusher Wuyan 77 M/S Hilal Min. Mart S.C Khadermoh
15 M/S Rockway S.C Wuyan 78 M/S Naseeb S.C Khadermoh
16 M/s Falak S.C Wuyan 79 M/s Falcon S.C Khadermoh
17 M/S Gousia S.C Wuyan 80 M/S Moon Light S.C Khadermoh
18 M/S J.K Stone Crusher Wuyan 81 M/S Alamdar Constt. Road S.C Khadermoh
19 M/S Marble S.C Wuyan 82 M/S J.N Constructions S.C Khadermoh
20 M/S Three Star S.C Wuyan 83 M/S Friends S.C Khadermoh
21 M/S Valley S.C(jalaluddin) Wuyan 84 M/S M.J.S.C Khadermoh
22 M/S Northern  S.C Wuyan 85 M/S Neelam S.C Khadermoh
23 M/S motherland S.c Wuyan 86 M/S Gousia S.C Kandizal
24 M/S Shahanshah S.C Wuyan 87 M/S M.G.S.C Kandizal
25 M/S New Shahanshah S.C Wuyan 88 M/S Bhat S.C Kandizal
26 M/S New Diamond  2nd S.C Wuyan 89 M/S Nath S.C Kakapora
27 M/S Rising Star S.C Wuyan 90 M/S Valley Traders Gallender
28 M/S Valley S.C (Adil) Gunusnar Wuyan 91 M/S Lala Constt. S.C Gallender
29 M/S Toeba S.C Gunusnar Wuyan 92 M/S Kung Posh S.C Kandimarg Khrew
30 M/S Kashmir S.C Lethpora 93 M/S Evergreen S.C Khrew
31 M/s Magray S.C Lethpora 94 M/S Al Khamas S.C Khrew
32 M/S Lucky Traders S.C Samboora 95 M/S M.R.J.S.C Khrew
33 M/S Umar S.C Kandizal 96 M/S Seven Star S.C Khrew
34 M/S Best S.C Kandizal 97 M/S Sultania S.C Khrew
35 M/S Zaffron S.C Kandizal 98 M/S Mantiquee S.C Khrew
36 M/S Friends S.C Kandimarg Khrew 99 M/S Kashmir S.C Bathan Rd Khrew
37 M/S Mir S.C Kandimarg Khrew 100 M/S Modern S.C K.M Khrew
38 M/S Valley S.C Kandimarg Khrew 101 M/S Zaberwan S.C K.M Khrew
39 M/S Red Star S.C Kandimarg Khrew 102 M/S Hi tech S.C K.M Khrew
40 M/S united S.C Khrew 103 M/S Bhat S.C K.M Khrew
41 M/S Mashoor S.C Khrew 104 M/S Wani S.C K.M Khrew
42 M/S Gousia S.C Khrew 105 M/S Dilkesh S.C Jawbera
43 M/S Zaffran S.C K.M Khrew 106 M/S Standard S.C Jawbera
44 M/S Star S.C Jawbera 107 M/S Alnoor S.C Jawbera
45 M/S Firdous S.C Jawbera 108 M/S paramount S.C Jawbera
46 M/S Vadi S.C Jawbara Awantipora 109 M.S Bismillah S.C Jawbera
47 M/S M.A.S S.C Gund Achan 110 Linkway Stone crusher Tengpuna
48 M/S Bilal S.C Nikloora litter 111 M/S Wani Enterprises Panjran Pulwama
49 M/S Glistern S.C Draggar lethpora 112 M/S Panchal S.C Gund Achan
50 M/S New Friends S.C Draggar lethpora 113 M/S International S.C Gund Achan
51 M/S Jet S.C  Lalgam Tral 114 M/S Rash Builders S.C Gund Achan
52 M/S Shalimar S.C Lethpora 115 M/S Shan S.C Gund Achan
53 M/S Dar S.C Kandimarg Khrew 116 M/S Zeeshan S.C Gund Achan
54 M/S M.M.S.C Kandizal 117 M/S S.J Constt. S.C Gund Achan
55 M/S Mehboob S.C Kandizal 118 M/S Gousia S.C Gund Achan
56 M/S Kohinoor S.C Kandizal 119 M/S Rahil S.C Nikloora litter
57 M/S Green Valley S.C Kandimarg Khrew 120 M/S Alamdar  S.C Draggar lethpora
58 M/s New Lucky S.C Kandimarg Khrew 121 M/S Friends S.C Draggar lethpora
59 M/S Shah S.C Kandimarg Khrew 122 M/S Gold S.C Draggar lethpora
60 M/S Nasheen S.C K.M Khrew 123 M/S Habbakhatoon S.C Barsoo
61 M/S M.N S.C Khrew 124 M/S Trumboo  Stone cursher Arigam
62 M/S Umar S.C Kandizal 125 M/S Bhat S.C Lalgam Tral
63 M/S Mir S.C Wuyan 126 Momain S.C wuyan

PMKKKY SCHEMES:

 

S.No order no. Order Date Deptt Work Name Amount Sanctioned
Rs
1.         109-DDCP OF 2019 17-01-2019 S E Hydraulic Pulwama/Shopion Augmentation OF Water Supply Scheme, 1800000
2.         53-CMOP of 2019 28-11-2019 CMO Pulwama procurement/installation of medical equipments through JKMSCL 7767204
3.         251-DDCP OF 2019 23-04-2019 E O Muncipal Committee Khrew Purchase of mini tipper(407) for collection ,transportation disposal of solid waste of Khrew Town 1300000
4.         67-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 DISTT YOUTH SERVICES AND SPORTS OFFICER PULWAMA 13 WORKS 2369000
5.         66-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 DISTT. FLORICULTURE OFFICER, PULWAMA 07 WORKS (COPY ENCLOSED) 1520000
6.         65-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 SE O & M KPDCL CIR PUL 11 WORKS (COPY ENCLOSED) 6808000
7.         64-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 CEO PUL 04 WORKS(COPY ENCLOSED) 2791000
8.         63-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 CMO Pulwama 04 WORKS(COPY ENCLOSED) 1100000
9.         61-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 S E Hydraulic CIRCLE Pul MOBILE WORKSHOP VAN FOR MINERAL AFFECTED AREAS 2000000
10.      60-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 DFO SOCIAL FORESTRY DIV PUL 02 WORKS (COPY ENCLOSED) 1677000
11.      59-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 DEPUTY DIR, Employment & Counseling centre Pulwama 02 WORKS (COPY ENCLOSED) 400000
12.      58-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 ACD Pulwama 02 WORKS (COPY ENCLOSED) 650000
13.      57-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 DISTT. SERICULTURE OFFICER, PULWAMA 03 WORKS 780000
14.      56-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 CHIEF HORTICULTURE OFFICER ESTABLISHMENT OF DEMONSTRATION PLOTS UNDER APPLE HDP 1500000
15.      56-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 CHIEFAGRICULTURE OFFICER PULWAMA MUSHROOM DEV/ APICULTURE IN PVT SEC 1500000
16.      55-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 SE R & B CIR PUL 03 WORKS 2293000
17.      54-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 AD FISHRIES PUL 03 WORKS 2600000
18.      53-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 DSWO PUL 04 WORKS(COPY ENCLOSED) 2247000
19.      52-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 E O Muncipal Committee PAMPORE 03 WORKS 1750000
20.      51-DDCP OF 2020 01-02-2020 S E Hydraulic CIRCLE Pul RESTORATION OF DAMAGED EMARKMENT OF LALGAM MINOR OF GERU CANAL U/S NOWDAL BRIDGE 297000
21.      108-DDCP OF 2020 14-03-2020 SE PWD (R&B) PURCHASE OF AERIAL VEHICLR (DRONE) 238000
22.      123-DDCP OF 2020 02-04-2020 BMO PULWAMA PURCHASE OF SAFETY EQUIPMENTS FOR COMBATING COVID-19 250000
23.      123-DDCP OF 2020 02-04-2020 BMO TRAL PURCHASE OF SAFETY EQUIPMENTS FOR COMBATING COVID-19 250000
24.      123-DDCP OF 2020 02-04-2020 BMO PAMPORE PURCHASE OF SAFETY EQUIPMENTS FOR COMBATING COVID-19 250000
25.      123-DDCP OF 2020 02-04-2020 BMO RAJPORA PURCHASE OF SAFETY EQUIPMENTS FOR COMBATING COVID-19 250000
26.      122-DDCP OF 2020 02-04-2020 SSP AWANTIPORA PURCHASE OF PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTS FOR POLICE PERSONAL OF POLICE DISTRICT AWANTIPORA (COVID-19) 300000
27.      121-DDCP OF 2020 02-04-2020 EE (O&M) KPDCL DIV PULWAMA AUGMENTING INFRASTRUCTURE AT DIFFERENT COVID-19 QUARANTINE CENTRES OF DIV 400000
28.      121-DDCP OF 2020 02-04-2020 EE (O&M) KPDCL DIV AWANTIPORA AUGMENTING INFRASTRUCTURE AT DIFFERENT COVID-19 QUARANTINE CENTRES OF DIV 400000
29.      136-DDCP OF 2020 04-07-2020 SE HYDRALIC DIV PULWAMA RAISING OF EMBARKMENTS FOR SASARA NALLAH AT VILLAGE KOIL U/S TALANGAM 86977
30.      229 DDCP of 2020 31-12-2020 SE R & B COVID-19 mitigation works in District & Subordinate Courts of Pulwama District infavour of Superintending Engineer R&B Circle Pulwama

 

320000
31.      230 DDCP of 2020 31-12-2020 SE R & B Functionality and repair/restoration of stair case and toilet in PHC Complex Tahab infavour of Superintending Engineer R&B Circle Pulwama

 

307000
32.      231-DDCP of 2020 31-12-2020 SE R & B Providing/fixing of steel work and cement concrete blocks at CTC Lethpora infavour of Superintending Engineer R&B Circle Pulwama

 

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Municipal Council Pulwama

 

District: Pulwama

State/UT: Jammu And Kashmir

Geographical Area of the Urban Local Body: 8 Sq Kms.

  Total Number of Wards: 13.

  Prichoo A, Prichoo B, Dalipora A, Dalipora B, Sirnoo A, Sirnoo B, Malikpora A, Malikpora B, Chatapora A, Chatapora B, Washbugh, Dangerpora A, Dangerpora B.

Population under the Urban Local Body:

  Total: 17333 Male: 9133 Female:8200 No of House Holds.2443

  Habitat and Topography:

Pulwama being a part of the beautiful Valley is bounded by Srinagar in the North by Budgam and Poonch Districts the west and by Anantnag Districts in the South and East. Pulwama is located at 32.88°N 74.92°E. It has an average elevation of 1,630 m (5,350 ft). The district is surrounded by Hilly terrains , which are 2000 Mtrs. above sea level.

  Climate (Rainfall, Temperature and other weather patterns):

The climate in the district is temperate with mercury going 30o C in summer and below freezing point in winter. Pulwama experiences significant seasonal variation in monthly rainfallRain falls throughout the year in Pulwama. The most rain falls during the 31 days centered around March 19, with an average total accumulation of 3.7 inches.

  Land Use (Nine fold classification available with village records):

The land is used for Agricultural and residential purpose.

Municipal Council Pulwama has 10226 Voters out of which 5259 are males and 4967 are females.

 SPHERE OF ACTIVITIES:

Ø Provisions of Urban amenities and facilities such as Parks, Play grounds,

Ø   Gardens, Bus Addas and Parking slots.

Ø  Regulation of land – use and construction of Buildings.

Ø   Public Heath, Sanitation, Conservancy and Solid Waste Management.

Ø   Prevention of cruelty to animals.

Ø   Urban poverty alleviation.

Ø   Vital Statistics including registration of Births/Deaths.

Ø  Snow clearance operation during winter and harsh climate

Ø  Issuance of Trade Licenses, NOC’s, Collection of rent / hawker tax / parking fee.

PMAY (U) HFA:

Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna (Housing For All)

Physical Status of HFA
S. No No. of beneficiaries Approved Rejected MIS / Attached Geotagged Not Started Plinth Lintel Roof Completed House
01 584 226 584 358 83 45 18 104 53
Financial status of HFA
Total Funds received Funds released by Housing Board Funds disbursed by MC Pulwama 1st Installment 2nd Installment 3rd Installment 4th Installment 4th Installment Total
94,17,310 63,74,898 93,74,850 27 28 60 3 88 93,74,850/-
1124982 1124982 2499960 124998 4499928

 

Statement Showing Physical / Financial Achievement of IHHL under SBM (U)
S. NO ULB Name Approved Target Received Verified Approved Constructed Toilet ODF Status
     01 Pulwama (MC) 622 1130 622 622 622 ODF

 

Individual House-Hold Latrine:
Municipal Council Pulwama has received 1130 applications, out of which 622 applications have been verified / approved / geo tagged.
622 Beneficiaries who availed this scheme have already constructed their Units as per the guidelines fixed by the Government.
Municipal Council Pulwama has till date received 75.44 Lacs from  Directorate of Urban Local Bodies Kashmir.
Municipal Council Pulwama has already released an amount of Rs. 38.04 Lacs @ Rs. 5000/- as 1st installment & 2nd installment in favour of 425 beneficiaries.
To Register, follow the link:- http://swachhbharaturban.gov.in/ihhl/

PMSVANidhi:

Street vendors represent a very important constituent of the urban informal economy and play a significant role in ensuring availability of the goods and services at affordable rates at the door-step of the city dwellers. They are known as vendors, hawkers, thelewala, rehriwala, theliphadwala etc. in different areas/ contexts. The scheme is a Central Sector Scheme i.e. fully funded by Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs with the following objectives: (i) To facilitate working capital loan up to `10,000; (ii) To incentivize regular repayment; and (iii) To reward digital transactions.

Eligibility of States/UTs

The Scheme is available for beneficiaries belonging to only those States/UTs which have notified Rules and Scheme under Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act, 2014.

Eligibility Criteria of Beneficiaries

The Scheme is available to all street vendors engaged in vending in urban areas as on or before March 24, 2020. The eligible vendors will be identified as per following criteria:

(i) Street vendors in possession of Certificate of Vending / Identity Card issued by Urban

Local Bodies (ULBs); (ii) The vendors, who have been identified in the survey but have not been issued Certificate of Vending / Identity Card;

The vendors of surrounding development/ peri-urban / rural areas vending in the geographical limits of the ULBs and have been issued Letter of Recommendation (LoR) to that effect by the ULB / TVC-Urban street vendors will be eligible to avail a Working Capital (WC) loan of up to `10,000 with tenure of 1 year and repaid in monthly instalments. For this loan, no collateral will be taken by the lending Institutions.

Features of the scheme

1- Initial working capital of up to Rs. 10,000.

2- Interest subsidy on timely or early repayment at the rate of 7%.

3- Monthly cash-back incentive on digital transactions.

4- Higher loan eligibility on timely repayment of the first loan.

  1. rate of Interest: RLLR (Repo Linked Lending Rates)* 1.45% + BSS (0.50) i.e. at present effective rate is 7.05 + 1.45 + 0.50 = 9.0%.

To register follow the link:- https://pmsvanidhi.mohua.gov.in/

 

Swachh Bharat Mission:

Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM), Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (SBA), or Clean India Mission is a country-wide campaign initiated by the Government of India in 2014 to eliminate open defecation and improve solid waste management (SWM). Phase 1 of the mission lasted till October 2019. Phase 2 will be implemented between 2020-21 and 2024-25.

Initiated by the Government of India, the mission aimed to achieve an “open-defecation free” (ODF) India by 2 October 2019, the 150th anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi. The objectives of the first phase of the mission also included eradication of manual scavenging, generating awareness and bringing about a behavior change regarding sanitation practices, and augmentation of capacity at the local level. The second phase of the mission aims to sustain the open defecation free status and improve the management of solid and liquid waste.

IEC Activities conducted under SBM at MC Pulwama:

Quiz / Competition Programme:   02 No.’s

Newspaper / TV / Radio Advertisements:   05 No.

Hoardings:   20 No.

Nukkad Nattak / Street Plays:   01 No.

Overall Expenditure Booked:   Rs. 1,23,907/-

 

 

 

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Office of the Assistant Labour Commissioner Pulwama

The Department of Labour J&K is having its office in a rented accommodation opposite to old court complex Pulwama. The department is headed by an Assistant Labour Commissioner, and the staff strength of the department is eight including a Labour officer & Two Labour inspectors. The Department is implementing 29 Labour Laws including a welfare schemes namely J&K Building and other construction workers welfare Scheme which provides a social security to the registered unorganized building and other construction workers.

Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Scheme:

Who is Eligible for Registration?                                         

Every Building and other construction worker who is between the age of eighteen and Sixty Years and has been engaged in any Building or other construction work for not less than ninety day (90) during the last 12 months. He must be having a  valid Aadhar card and a bank account and also a working Mobile No.

 

How to Register:

Visit your nearest CSC/Khidmat Center, Internet café with all the relevant documents.

Who can give (90) Ninety Days  Employment Certificate to the workers:

Block Development Officer/JE, AEE/Xen., of R&B PHE, PDD, REW, I&FC, PMGSY, etc. /Labour officer /Labour Inspector, Block Development Chairman, Sarpanch, a Registered Trade Union.

Benefits after Registration:

  1. Education Assistance:

Two children of the beneficiary shall be entitled to financial assistance from 2500/- to 50000/- in a financial Year.

Medical Assistance:

Financial Assistance of Rs.5000/- to the beneficiary if he is unable to do any work due to ailment or accident if the recovery period extends up to one month, Rs 10000/- for ailment/accident if recovery period extends up to three months.

Financial assistance of Rs. 75000/-to the beneficiary for his permanent disability caused due to accident or any disease after his registration as a beneficiary.

Maternity Benefit for Female Workers:

Rs. 5000/= is given to Registered female workers only as maternity benefit.

This Benefit is given up to two children.

Funeral Charges

Rs 5000/- to the nominee /Dependents of the active construction worker

Death Compensation

The nominee/Dependents of the registered beneficiary shall be entitled to death compensation of Rs. 200000/- Construction worker.

 

For any Information Contact On

Labour Inspector Parvaiz Ahmad Thoker. 6006011701

Labour Inspector Mr. Amit Tikko.7006727551

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Department of Soil and Water Conservation (Forest) District Pulwama

Department of soil and water conservation (SWCD) J&K is an allied wing of Forest Department, established in the year 1978 for Soil and Water Conservation in the State as nucleus body in order to formulate comprehensive project reports and monitor programmes connected with the subject. The department created the models about checking of landslides and erosion areas. Initially the department was created by taking officials from Forest, Agriculture and Irrigation department with basic functions as: Research, Demonstration, formulation of soil conservation schemes and monitoring evaluation and coordination of soil conservation activities of these departments. The department is executing District, State, Border area development programme, Tribal plans and special schemes like Catchment Area Treatment (CAT), Compensatory Afforestation Fund Management and Planning Authority (CAMPA) etc. throughout the length and breadth of the UT.

Total number of schemes/activities presently available

i) Drainage line treatment (DLT).

ii) Soil and water conservation.

iii) Compensatory Afforestation Fund Management and Planning Authority (CAMPA).

i) DLT: Catchment area treatment on watershed basis from top to bottom approach with both vegetative and mechanical means- crib structures, DRSM, laying of Crates, earthen bunds, Treatment of small fast nallas to reduce run off velocity and protect embankments of small nallas and streams.

ii) Soil and water Conservation

  • To reduce surface runoff.
  • To arrest soil erosion-reduce silt load to nallas and rivers down below.
  • To improve moisture regime in upper catchments and thereby improve the retention capacity of rainwater.
  • To harvest rainwater by way of contour trenching and water harvesting structures etc.
  • To increase vegetal cover in degraded catchments.

iii) Compensatory Afforestation Fund Management and Planning Authority CAMPA

This is a scheme funded from the money received from diversion of forest land to user agencies and utilizing that money to compensate further loss of forest cover diverted for developmental activities. Here mainly rehabilitation of degraded areas is taken inside the forest land by way of:

  • Plantation of site specific species to increase vegetal cover.
  • Carry out soil and moisture conservation measures in the fast nallas, streams and gullies.
  • Carryout forest fire control measures like fire line etc.
  • Protect vulnerable areas from biotic interferences by erecting fencing.

Benefits for the Public

  • Employment generation in the fringe areas.
  • Reduces incidents of flash floods.
  • Prevents choking of streams.
  • Helps in ameliorating the local environment.
  • Provides fodder for the local communities.
  • Improves soil moisture regime of the catchment and hence helps in improving agriculture production.

Eligibility Criteria

The Soil and water conservation works which are having funds more than one Lakh are to be bidded online through e-Tendering process and persons registered   and having experience to carry civil works can apply online and execute the works of the department. The department does not have individual beneficiary scheme for the general public.

Contact details of Nodal Officer

Aashiq Hussain Kuchy, Zonal Soil conservation officer Pampore- Mob No.-7780959850

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Industrial Profile of District Pulwama at a glance

  • District Pulwama came into being in the year 1979 and is presently one of the most industrialized district of the Kashmir division.
  • Pulwama is known for various Industrial Activities like Milk Processing, Export of Pharma Products, Wood-based units, etc.
  • Village Ukhoo is Known as Pencil Village and recently featured in PM’s Mann ki Baat.
  •  Pulwama has the Highest CA   Storage Capacity in J&K(80200 Mts).
  • The largest Industrial Estate of J&K is here-IGC LASSIPORA.

Pulwama at a glance: Current Industrial Scenario

Existing Industrial Estates No. of Units Employment
IGC Lassipora 321 3886
I/E Wuyan 60

Under establishment

720

Proposed

I/E Chatapora 25 122
I/E Khrew under Development
I/E Pulwama 04  

 

Emerging Industrial Estates Area (Kanals)
I/E Chandgam 293
I/E Midoora 158
I/E Hariparigam 200
I/E Sampora 665

Contact Person:

General Manager

DIC PULWAMA

01933-241309

dicpulwama@gmail.com

S.No Name of Field Officer Contact No. Area
1 Mr. Syed Zeeshan 9796149719 Pulwama/ Keller
2 Mr. Sheikh Mubashir Niyaz 7006800916 IGC, Lassipora
3 Mr. Hilal Ahmad Reshi 9906514001 Pampore/ Tral
4 Mrs. Sweela Jeelani 7006755622 Kakapora
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Regional Transport Office, Pulwama

Description of the Department:-

  • The department is providing transport facilities on different routes to the general public.
  • The department registers all Commercial/Non –Commercial vehicles & provides Registration Certificate to the owners of the vehicle.
  • The department issues driving-licenses/ Trade Certificates to the eligible applicants.
  • The Department conducts Inspection of Pollution checking centers/ collection of vehicle passenger
  • The department promotes Road Safety through Awareness programmes .
  • Department enforces Motor Vehicle Act on Roads.

 

Information related to Schemes/Activities presently in vogue:

  1. There are presently 10 (Approx.) number of activities/services which the department conducts/provides to the applicant in online mode in Parivahan portal.
  2. List of online services:
  • Registration of Commercial/ non-commercial vehicles.
  • Issuance of Learners Licenses after conducts online LL Test.
  • Issuance of Driving licenses
  • Renewal of Permit/Fitness certificates.
  • Issuance /Renewal of Trade Certificates .
  • Renewal/Replacement of Driving License.
  • Issuance of Duplicate of Driving License.
  • Issuance of Duplicate of RC.
  • Transfer of Ownership of vehicle.
  • Hire Purchase Agreement Cancellation/Endorsement.
  1. The benefit of the above activities is to reduce the footfall of the general public in the office and to save their precious time.
  2. Skilled drivers can apply for obtaining driving licenses .The general public can apply through online by applying on https//: Parivahan.gov.in

 

The contact details of Nodal Officer:                  (9541843395)

The contact details of the persons dealing with the activities:

Learners/Driving License related services:

Shri Lateef Ahmad Wani(MVI)                                     (9419004757)

Shri Rahil Anjam (MVI)                                                 (7006427182)

Registration related services :

Shri Khurshid Ahmad (Sr.Assistant)                           (7889584329).

Shri Sajad Ah Shah  (Jr.Asstt)                                      (9596462761)

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OFFICE OF THE DIVISIONAL FOREST OFFICER SOCIAL FORESTRY DIVSION PULWAMA

The functioning of Social Forestry Division Pulwama come into existence with the launch of World Bank aided project in the year 1982. Subsequently the project was funded by State Government from late eighties. Now the Social Forestry Project has been made a full-fledged Department and the revenue component stands transferred to Non-Plan. The main activities of the Department are as under:-

  1. Rehabilitation of Degraded Forests (RDF)
  2. Development of Village Wood Lots
  3. Promotion of Institution Plantation
  4. Silvi Pasture Developments
  5. Road & Avenue Plantations
  6. Raising /Maintenance of Nurseries

The main purpose of the plantation is to provide pollution free environment to the people. During the financial year 2019-20, this Division has tackled an area of 111 ha of land  & 0. 75 Km under RDF, VWL & Strip Plantation  components, in which, 99555 No’s of plants of various species has been planted in District  Pulwama under various schemes . In addition to this 90397 No’s of conifer poly bags & 49350 Nacked root prickings  in Arigam & Rakhchildren Nurseries has been maintained /raised during the year 2019-20 under various schemes of Social Forestry Division Pulwama.

The scheme wise details of work executed during the year  2019-20 is given below:-

S.No Scheme Component Name of unit Area tackled Plants planted Allocation Expenditure ending 03-2020

 

Ha Km N.R Conifer Med. Total
01 Distt Sector RDF Co.Ri-24Sangerwani 10 0 4500 2800 800 8100 4.395 4.395
02 -do- RDF Co.1/C Karmullah 10 0 4550 2800 800 8150 4.395 4.395
03 -do- Instt Various 0 0 0 2385 0 2385 0.70 0.70
  Total     20 0 9050 7985 1600 18635 9.49 9.49
01 State Sector RDF Co.21 Bathen Khrew 10 0 4600 3400 800 8800 4.965 2.463
02 -do- -do- Co.29 Gulshanpora 10 0 4600 3400 800 8800 5.035 4.579
03 -do- VWL Drabgam 10 0 3800 2500 1160 7460 4.40 2.922
04 -do- Instt Various 0 0 0 1705 0 1705 0.50 0.50
05 -do- BUC Co.7/Sahjan 0 0 0 1705 0 1705 0.50 0.50
Total 30 0 13000 12710 2760 28470 15.40 10.964
01 PMKKKY RDF Co.21 Bathen army area Khrew 10 0 5000 4000 1000 10000 4.96 4.96
02 PMKKKY RDF Co.21 Bathen army area Khrew (Renovation ) 12 0 5000 4000 1000 10000 3.29 3.29
03 PMKKKY RDF Co.21 Bathen army area Khrew (Renovation ) 17 0 5000 4000 1000 10000 2.52 2.52
Total 39 0 15000 12000 3000 30000 10.77 10.77
01 CAMPA General RDF Co.38 /Dadoo 10 0 4800 3200 0 8000 6.851 6.851
02 -do- RDF Co.33/Mandakpal 10 0 4800 3200 0 8000 6.851 6.851
03 -do- BUC Co.22-23 Ladhoo 0 0 1000 900 0 1900 0.496 0.496
04 CAMPA Strip Strip Railway Station Pampore 0 0.75 0 1500 0 1500 8.547 8.547
05 -do- BUC Cement Factor Khrew 0 0 0 3000 0 3000 0.88 0.88
06 -do- BUC Railway Station Kakpore 0 0 0 50 0 50 0.015 0.015
Total 20 0.75 10600 11850 0 22450 23.64 23.64

 

S.No Scheme Name of nursery Area Restocking Maintenance Total plants potential

 

Expenditure

 

  N.R Conifer Total N.R Conifer Total
01 State Arigam 0.35 0 16070 16070 0 17453 17453 33523 1.75
02 State Rakhchildren 1.35 21150 0 21150 0 0 0 21150 0.852
03 CAMPA General/Strip Arigam 0 0 56874 56874 0 0 0 56874 4.567
04 -do- Rakhchildren 0 28200 0 28200 0 0 0 28200 1.139
Total 1.70 49350 72944 122294 0 17453 17453 139747 8.308

Expected Plant Potential for 2020-21

S.No Name of Nursery Area Ha Expected Plants
      Broad Leaved Conifer Total
Ash/Ulmus Male Poplar 1st Year 2nd Year
01 Arigam 0.35 0 0 17435 74962 90397
02 Rakhchildren 1.35 49350 0 0 0 49350
03 Banderpora 1.00 0 62000 0 0 62000
Total 2.70 49350 62000 17435 72924 201747

 

 

 

Total Revenue released during 2019-20 2.40 lacs

 

Information related to Schemes/Activities presently in vogue

  1. Total No. of Schemes/activities presently available: 07

 

S.No Name of the Scheme Objective
1 Establishment Of Plantation Unit under CAMPA at Co.29/Gulshanpora Rehabilitation of degraded forests so as to optimize their productivity and restore their potential to provide ecosystem goods and services on sustainable basis.
2 Establishment Of Plantation Unit under CAMPA at Co.y-4 Yar Rehabilitation of degraded forests so as to optimize their productivity and restore their potential to provide ecosystem goods and services on sustainable basis.
3 Establishment Of Strip Plantation under CAMPA at Railway Station Kakpora . Improving the environment and aesthetic view of the area.
4 Establishment Of Plantation Unit under Capex Budget at Co.1/C Karmullah Rehabilitation of degraded forests so as to optimize their productivity and restore their potential to provide ecosystem goods and services on sustainable basis.
5 Establishment Of Plantation Unit under Capex Budget at Co.33 Naimshaib Rehabilitation of degraded forests so as to optimize their productivity and restore their potential to provide ecosystem goods and services on sustainable basis.
6 Establishment of Village Wood Lot under Capex Budget at Parigam. To make villages self sufficient in fuel-wood, fodder, minor timber required for agricultural implements besides earning money for their involvement in forestry in respect of works.
7 Institutional Plantation at Various Institutes(Schools,Colleges,Health Centres) Improving the environment and aesthetic view of the institutions.

 

  1. Benefits for the Public:

Extending tree cover outside forests on available waste lands/avenue plantations on railway tracks/ road sides/canal banks & in institutions etc. to reduce pressure on natural forests for supply of forest produce.

 

Rehabilitation of degraded forests so as to optimize their productivity and restore their potential to provide ecosystem goods and services on sustainable basis.

 

To help in poverty alleviation by providing livelihood/employment to the rural poor particularly the land less and other weaker sections of society.

 

To conserve and improve ecology and environment in the region.

 

To increase the productivity of wastelands and to enchance the green cover of the state.

 

  1. Contact Details of Nodal Officer: Javed Ahmad Mir (R.O) Social Forestry Range Awantipora I, Lateef Ahmad Fazli (R.O) Social Forestry Range Awantipora II,

Mobile No: 889908791, 7006806716

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    ULB Municipal Committee Tral

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    IEC Activity Awareness Programme

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    Backhoe Loader JCB purchased under 14th FC

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    Fencing of Grabage dumping site at Takiya Razak Shah Tral Bala

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    Fumigation of Quarantine centers..

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    Fumigation of ATM’s

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    IEC Activity Awareness Programme 2

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    Public Toilet at Madrasa Taleemul Islam Tral under (SBM)

History of Town Tral

The name of TRAL, derived from a Kashmiri word Tre-lal which means Three crowns. It is common saying  that the founder of Islam in Kashmir (Hazrati Ammeer Kabeer Mir Syed Ali Hamdani) RA who arrived from Hamdan Iran and preaches for Islam and bought the area of Tral against three crowns and stationed there for teaching of Islam in the habitation. The pointed teaching place at present is known as Khankahi Moullah Situated in core heart of Town. The Tral area is a Sub District Comprising upon 130 Villages having all most all Govt Departments in the Sub District. The Tral Town is at the distance of 40 Kms from the Summer Capital of the UT Srinagar and 20 Kms from the District Headquarters Pulwama. The Tral Town is situated at the location surrounded by the villages located in lush green Forests Snow caped peaks and singing streams with pure & fresh green waters.

Climate (Rainfall, Temperature and other weather patterns):

The climate in the district is temperate with mercury going 30o C in summer and below freezing point in winter. TRAL experiences significant seasonal variation in monthly rainfall. Rain falls throughout the year in TRAL. The most  rainfalls  during  the  31  days  centered  around  March  19,  with  an average total accumulation of 3.7 inches.

Taluk/Tehsil: Tral

District: Pulwama

State/UT: Jammu And Kashmir

Geographical Area of the Urban Local Body: 9.2 Sq Kms.

Population of Town Tral

Population as per census 2011 Male Female House holds
17844 9944 7900

2253

Key Functions of MC Tral:

Sanitation.

Health Sanitation Conservancy & Solid Waste Management Disposal

Building Permission.

Regulates the Building Bye-Laws of Municipal Act,  2000, provides Building Permissions in coporation with the line departments.

Taxation.

Issuance of Trade Licenses, NOC’s, Collection of  rent / Entry fee.

Death and Birth

Registration of Death & Birth records & Issuance of D/B Certificates

ILLUMINATION OF TOWN

Installation of Street Lights & their maintenance for illumination of the town

URBAN PLANING

Regulation of Bus Addaa, Parking lots, Slaughter Houses, Cattle Ponds etc.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes:  IHHL(Individual House Hold Latrines):-

Total No. of Applications received Applications rejected Verified/ approved/ geotaged Total IHHL Units constructed Funds received from DULBk Funds released so for Funds Balance
579 126 426 416 70.72 lacs 51.13 lacs 19.59 lacs

Centrally Sponsored Schemes:  PMAY (U)HFA:

PRADHAn MAnTRi AwAS YoJnA (HouSINg FoR All) under BLC (Beneficiary Led Construction)Component:-

Physical/ Financial  status
S. No Town Target (Cumulative) Registered Sanctioned Houses geotaged Houses under construction Houses completed Total funds received Expenditure till date
1 Tral 358 294 283 283 70 16 49.66 lacs 48.83 lacs

Centrally Sponsored Scheme
(
PM Street Vendor’s AtmaNirbhar Nidhi) (PMSVANidhi):-

Total No. of Street Vendors Total No,. Of street vendors registered Total No. of Loan application  sanctioned No. of cases pending Total beneficiaries  availed loan Loan amount disbursed to beneficiaries
86 86 31 38 17 1.70 lacs

Swachh Bharat Mission:

Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM), Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (SBA), or Clean India Mission is a country-wide compaign initiated by the Government of India in 2014 to eliminate open defecation and improve Solid Waste management (SWM). Phase 1 of the mission lasted till october 2019. 2 will be implemented between 2020-21 and 2024-25.

Initiated by the Government of India Initiated by the Government of India, the mission aimed to achieve an “open-defecation free” (ODF) India by  2 October 2019, the 150th anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi. The objectives of the first phase of  the mission also included eradication of manual scavenging, generating awareness and bringing about  a behavior change regarding sanitation practices, and augmentation of capacity at the local level. The second  phase of the mission aims to sustain the open defecation free status and improve the management of solid  and liquid waste.