Two-day Collectors conference from today
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu would inaugurate the two-day Collector’s conference here on Wednesday. The Chief Minister is
Vijayawada: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu would inaugurate the two-day Collector’s conference here on Wednesday. The Chief Minister is scheduled to give key note address at the inaugural session, highlighting the new practices introduced by the government in the last two years to keep up the double digit growth, in the State. This would be the seventh conference in the last two years.
The two-day conference would have seven sessions with lengthy discussions over the reforms needed for effective administration. These sessions will also address backwardness and ensure more transparency and accountability in implementation of various schemes.
The first day of the conference containing three sessions will take up discussions over the reforms in governance like the file pendency, quick disposal and district performance assessment by Anil Chandra Punetha. Action plan on subsidy utilisation, credit and coverage of beneficiaries will be the agenda for the third session. Presentations will be made on social welfare, tribal welfare, BC welfare, Minorities welfare, Brahmin welfare, SERP and MEPMA.
An elaborate discussion on Chandranna Bhima Pathakam is scheduled. Social empowerment will be the theme where Health and Family Welfare, Women and Child Welfare, Physical Literacy and Youth Welfare and Sports will be the topics of discussion.
The second day of conference will concentrate on investment, infrastructure and industries. The session will highlight the investment tracker portal, industries investment, agri- business, tourism, infrastructure, housing and others. As for the urban development, ratings will be given for 110 municipalities. Presentations on new initiatives in skill upgradation and higher education will be the topics for the fifth session on day two. The outcome of PEMANDU Education Labs will also be a part of it. Session six will see discussions on Neeru Pragathi, where the focus will be on rural water supply, water resource and management. The session will review the works under MNREGS for the year 2016-17.
The agenda for the last session includes farmer producer’s organisations which focuses on the district level and commodity plan.