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Ujjwal Bharat, Ujjwal Bhavishya Week
DDC discusses calendar of activities to be held in Doda, Bhaderwah

DODA, JULY 12: District Development Commissioner Doda, Vikas Sharma today convened a meeting of concerned officers here at the mini meeting hall of DC office complex and discussed the calendar of activities for observing Ujjwal Bharat, Ujjwal Bhavishya, Power @ 2047 week.
During the meeting, it was informed that JPDCL and NHPC would organise a series of activities in the district to showcase the achievements made in the power sector in the last 75 years (Ujjwal Bharat Ujjwal Bhavishya Program) under the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav.
Senior Manager NHPC (HR) Kishtwar along with SE, JPDCL Doda-Kishtwar were entrusted with the task to manage the organisation of different activities between July 25 and July 31 on the theme to highlight the schemes, efforts and achievements of the department.
The meeting was further informed that Cultural Officer Doda along with Chief Education Officer Doda shall organise Nukkad Nataks and cultural programmes on the theme at Community Hall Doda on 26th July and at Community Hall Bhaderwah on 28th July.
A Committee headed ADC Doda with SE, JPDCL, Cultural Officer, CEO, Sr Manager NHPC and EO MC Doda, EO MC Bhaderwah as its members, was also constituted by the DDC. “The Committee will supervise and ensure the events at Community Hall Doda and Community Hall Bhaderwah along with other activities during the week”, he added.
The meeting was attended by ADC Doda, ADC Bhaderwah, SE JPDCL, Senior Manager (HR) NHPC, CPO, ACD and other concerned officers.

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