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CM’s strict directions about task of establishing Growth Centers should be done in fixed time frame

CM’s strict directions about task of establishing Growth Centers should be done in fixed time frame
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Chief Minister Mr. Trivendra issues strict directions to the officers that the task of establishing Growth Centers should be done in fixed time frame, the officer must tell work will be completed in how much time

  • Women should play an important role in the Growth Centre: Chief Minister
  • IT based Growth Centre and Rural BPO starts from April
  • A team of officers will be sent to Indonesia to study Pirul products: Chief Minister Mr Trivendra
  • Role of Van Panchayats in Growth Centres should be decided: Chief Minister Mr Trivendra

The concept of the Growth Centre envisaged by Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has started reflecting on ground. World Bank has agreed to fund the Growth Centre. There are proper arrangement of funds from NABARD as well. The work of developing turmeric and chilli cluster by Amotha Agri-Business Growth Center is being started in the Ekeshwar block of Pauri Garhwal by Watershed Management Department. Semar Agri-Business Growth Center in Ekeshwar Block, Naali (Falait) Agri-Business Growth Centre in Dhauladevi block, Agri-Business Growth Centre in Gram Panchayat Thano in Raipur, Agri-Business Growth Center in Kapkot, Agri-Business Growth Centre in Punah Pokhari (Charkarta) and Khariasi Agri-Business Growth Centre in Jaunpur Development Block will be functional by March month of this financial year. Chief Minister instructed that the vacant school buildings and Patwari posts should be used for Growth Centres. In addition, Chief Minister issued instructions to work on the action plan to develop cluster of famous local yellow chilli in Lakhauri near Bironkhal, Nainidanda. Chief Minister reviewed the progress of the Growth Centre scheme at Secretariat on Thursday.

Rural BPO and IT based five Growth Centres to start in April

Five IT-based Growth Centres are being developed in the state by Information Technology Development Agency. From among these five Growth Centres, three are being set up in Garhwal and two in Kumaon Division. ITDA is establishing rural BPO in remote areas in the state. Rural BPOs will work as one-stop solution through IT in remote areas. For this, focus on cyber security, rural BPO, data analysis, digital literacy, training of foreign languages is being laid. The Common Service Center will also be working as a facilitator for setting up industry. The proposal related to the IT based Growth Centre will be available within ten days. They will start working from April.

Organic Wool, Keeda-Jadi, Timla, Bedu, Lisa, Pirul Products and Growth Centre

Chief Minister directed that the wool of goat-sheep should be certified as organic product in the hill areas of Uttarakhand. Proper arrangement of machine-shaving should be made. MSME Department informed that wool-based Growth Centres have been set up in Mana Ghigran in Dasoli Block of Chamoli, Beerpur and Dunda of Bhatwadi block of Uttarkashi. Wood Growth Centres have been set up at Pipalkoti in Chamoli. Regarding the availability of wool as per their requirement from Fab India and large brands is also being discussed. Chief Conservator of Forests informed that the systematic collection of Keeda-Jadi in Dharchula, Bageshwar and Joshimath will be started soon. With the assistance of Forest Development Corporation, the Keeda-Jadi will be marketed. Chief Minister instructed to work in the field of Keeda-Jadi in Tharali. With the cooperation of the Forest Department with support of UREDA will aggressively start work on Pirul aggregation and Pirul products in 11 districts of Uttarakhand. Chief Minister instructed that the area of Pirul aggregation should be identified so that there is no dispute for people getting licenses in the future. Secretary MSME informed that so far about fifty proposals have been received in this regard. Work on possibility of making resin from Pirul will be undertaken. Chief Minister said that a group of officers will be sent to Indonesia for the study of Pirul products. In Indonesia, 143 kinds of products are manufactured from dry leaves of Pirul. With the efforts of the state government, so far, three Pirul products have been started in Bageshwar in Uttarakhand. A Growth Centre based on the production of bamboo and fiber products will be started in Pipalkoti. Chief Minister instructed that special emphasis should be given to develop employment opportunities for locals by processing, value addition and marketing of local fruits and natural products of Uttarakhand like Timla, Bedu, Kachnar, Ginger Mango. Twenty Forest Department will soon set up twenty three Growth Centres.

Bird Watching Tourist Spot

Chief Conservator of Forests informed that out of 1300 species of birds found in the world, 700 species are found in Uttarakhand. Bird watching tourist spots are soon being developed by the forest department to attract tourists in Develsari, Kulchade etc.. Local people will be trained as a tourist guide.

Role of Van Panchayats in Growth Centres should be decided: Chief Minister Mr Trivendra

Chief Minister said that in 12000 Van Panchayats in Uttarakhand (more than half of which are active) have good potential for commercial use of development and forest products. Van Panchayats can play key role in Kutki, worm-herb production, soil conservation and water conservation. Chief Minister instructed the Chief Forest Conservator, to study that in the special geographical conditions of Van Panchayats, how forest produce can be generated, which, with strengthening the local economy, will be effective in preventing migration. 
Secretary Finance informed that Van Panchayats have adequate financial resources. Under the CAMPA, an amount of Rs 17 crore is allocated and under JICA Rs 200 crore have been given. Chief Minister issued strict directions to the officers that the task of establishing Growth Centres should be done in fixed timeframe, the officer must tell work will be completed in how much time.

Certification and marketing of Forest Honey for the honey being made in houses of Uttarakhand’s hill areas

Honey Mission Growth Centre starts in Phoolchad of Haldwani

Chief Minister has directed that the processing of traditional honey being made in the homes of Pindar Valley, Ukhimath and Jounsar of Chamoli should be done at local level. Simultaneously, proper marketing arrangements should be made. In the form of Organic and Forest Honey, Uttarakhand’s traditional honey has good demand in national and international markets. It was informed that the Honey Mission is going to start in the Growth Centre of Phoolchad of Haldwani. Nainital district produces one-third of the total honey of Uttarakhand.

Talks with New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) regarding Selling Point of Uttarakhandi Products

Chief Minister said that matter of opening 25 Selling Point of Uttarakhand products in New Delhi has been discussed with New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) chairman. Due to the large population of Uttarakhand migrants in Delhi, there is a good demand for local products of Uttarakhand there. Simultaneously, Chief Minister instructed to set up processing machines for flowers and incense stick products in Nari Niketan, Dehradun. Presently, flowers and incense stick products are sent to Delhi for processing.

Four Growth Centres of Trout, Pangasius and Carp Fish Production to start by March

Four Growth Centres of Cluster-based trout fishery farming in Fisheries Department, Dehradun cluster-based Pangasius and Carp Fish Farming in Haridwar will start by March. Growth Centres are being developed in Mori and Gahad, which will be completed by March 7. Funding is being done by NCBC.

With the technical support of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Mandwa, Jhangora and Chaulai Production Cluster Development

Mandwa, Jhangora and Chaulai Production Cluster are being developed in Pitrasen of Thalisain of Pauri Garhwal, Maroda of Pavo and Mandgaon of Narendranagar of Tehri Garhwal in collaboration with THDC. As a technical expert, UNDP has a good experience developing Value Chains, so the proposal has been sent to them. In this, there will be an effective role of women self-help groups.

Women should play an important role in the Growth Centre: Chief Minister

Along with this, the proposals of three weaving-based Growth Centres for the sericulture will be decided within a week. A total of 23 Growth Centres based on Agricultural Product are being developed under Integrated Livelihood Cooperation Project in the Masala in Haawalbagh of Almora, Garud in Bageshwar, Gaurihat Munakot of Pithoragarh, Talwadi Tharali in Chamoli and Kalsi Koti Ichadi in Dehradun.

The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary Utpal Kumar Singh, Principal Secretary Manisha Panwar, Secretary R K Sudhanshu and Secretary Amit Negi.

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