Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy has instructed the officers of the Ladies Improvement and Youngster Welfare Division to take steps to fill the vacancies in welfare hostels throughout the State.
The Chief Minister has additionally authorized the proposal to fill 759 welfare officer and 80 caretaker posts in varied hostels.
Out of the 759 welfare officer posts to be stuffed, 171 will likely be posted in Tribal Welfare Gurukula Hostels.
The Chief Minister has additionally directed the officers to fill the Class-IV posts in post-matric hostels.
At a evaluation assembly of the Ladies Improvement and Youngster Welfare Division at his camp workplace on Friday, Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy referred to as for strict monitoring of the functioning of all welfare hostels and anganwadis.
He mentioned that the Nadu-Nedu programme could be applied in Gurukul faculties and hostels. Take up Nadu-Nedu works in 1,366 Gurukul faculties and hostels out of three,013 amenities within the State within the first section at an estimated price of ₹1,500 crore. The entire price was estimated to be ₹3,364 crore, he mentioned.
The Chief Minister additional requested the officers to renovate all hostels within the western area of Kurnool district within the first section. The primary section works ought to start in January and be accomplished in a single yr, he mentioned. Modernisation of kitchens ought to be given precedence whereas upgrading fundamental infrastructure in Gurukul hostels, he mentioned.
He additionally requested the officers to chalk out an motion plan for monitoring the Nadu-Nedu programme within the anganwadis that may be applied in three phases.
“Make sure that flavoured milk is equipped to inmates of all anganwadis within the State within the subsequent three months. Cleanliness and correct upkeep of bathrooms is a should in all of the anganwadis. Inmates of hostels ought to by no means really feel they’re staying in captivity,” he mentioned.
Ladies Improvement and Youngster Welfare Minister Okay.V. Usha Shricharan; Chief Secretary Sameer Sharma; Principal Secretary (BC Welfare) G. Jaya Lakshmi; Principal Secretary (Ladies and Youngster Welfare) M. Ravichandra; Finance Secretary Okay.V.V. Satyanarayana; APDDCF MD A. Babu; Director (Ladies and Youngster Welfare) A. Siri; Tribal Welfare Division Director M. Jahnavi; and Minority Welfare Director G.C. Kishore Kumar have been amongst these current.