ITANAGAR, June 11: Reviewing projects proposals under tribal sub plan, chief secretary Satya Gopal said that priority should be given to beneficiary oriented schemes, like piggery, water harvesting projects, education, and health.
Chairing executive committee meeting to consider project proposals under social justice & empowerment and tribal affairs (SJET) department here on Tuesday, he said beneficiary schemes should be given to landless, small, and marginal farmers with the twin objective of doubling income of farmers and generate self-employment. He advised to include at least one anganwadi centre in project proposal of every district where the anganwadi centre could be developed with modern education facilities.
All the projects submitted by district planning monitoring committee of 26 districts, including Capital Complex, were thoroughly reviewed. It was decided that every administrative departments will vet the project proposals for transparency to avoid duplicity before further submission.
SJETA commissioner Gamli Padu, secretariesRinchin Tashi (RD), Mimum Tayeng (agri-horti), Juhi Mukherjee (health) and SJETA director Yumlam Taha were present. (PRO)