TAD NewsDesk, New Delhi: The government is all geared up for the Atal Bhujbal Yojana. This would be a kind of water literacy program which is aimed at providing to a larger cluster of people.
According to Dr. Mallinath Kalashetti appealed to the people to request public participation in order to make it more effective. And this drive would have tobe run on a wide scale with the assistance of agencies.
On the occasion of the inauguration of three days of capacity-building training for district-level officers under Alai Bhujal Yojana, Dr. Mallinath Kalashetti spoke at the Mitra Training Institute on Nashik Road.
The following dignitaries were present to mark the occasion:
- Anand Pusavale
- Senior Geologist Dr. Chandrakant Bhoyar
- Jeevan Bedwal, former CEO and Pani Foundation guide
- Namdev Nanavare
- Director of Mitra Training Institute, Devendra Landage, Director of Water Literacy Cent at Yashada Pune.
The scheme aims to reach 1,443 villages and 38 talukas in 13 state districts in the next four years.
Director Mr. Kalshetti requested assistance from the following associations:
- Women’s self-help societies
- National Service Program
- Nehru Youth Centre
- Water workers’ water literacy center
At the present, Pusavale explained how the Water Literacy Center’s named water heroes, water fighters, water enthusiasts, envoys, water workers and water workers could engage in the Atal Bhujal Yojana. He also offered advice on water awareness and government department engagement.
The netizens are also requested to cooperate, whose participation would play a crucial role in the success of the scheme.
Source: Krishi Jagran