|Rural||Post Offices||Electricity & drinking|
|Horticulture||Animal Husbandry||Sheep Husbandry|
|CAPD||PWD(R & B)|
The State Government has opened almost all- important department in the area to provide service to the public.
There are 5 Higher/High Schools, 16 Middle School and 46 primary school in the Sub Division. The literacy among the children in the age group 5-16 is 68% appox. Which indicates the people of the area though economically weak but lay stress on educate of their children. 10 Adult literacy centers are also functioning there in the area besides private school are also fast coming up.
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In Community Health Centres(CHCs) and in Primary Health Centres (PHCs) which caters the health care needs of majority of population of Sub-Division by providing specialized treatment in Gynaeology, Surgery, Dentistry, Medicine etc
Also Sub-Centres are providing interface with the community at gross root level, by providing all the health care services. Of particular importance are the packages of services such as Immunization, antenatal and post natal care ,prevention of mal-nutrition and common childhood diseases, family planning services and counseling. They also provide elementary drugs for main ailments. Besides Several National Health and Family Welfare programmes are delivered through sub-centres.
To provide modern Agricultural facilities technical know how and assistance to the farmers the Sub Division has been divided into three zones each under the charges of Agriculture officer. Junior Agricultural assistants have been posted in all panchayat Halqas to carryout activities and help the farmers.
For the development of horticulture nurseries have been established where from latest and developed verities of fruit plants are made available to the public besides time to time expert advices are also provide to the farmers. The activities are being monitored by a Horticulture office with Headquarter at Latti. click here for more details
The Rural Development Agency is the main department, Which is actually involved in the development of the are. The Sub- Division has been divided in to three Blocks, namely Dudu, Chenani and Ghordi. 14 Panchayat Halqas fall under Dudu Block, two Ghordi, Four Chenani Block and three under Ramnagar Block. .click here for more details
At present 14 Post Offices and one Sub-Post Office are functional in the area for the service of the public.Telephone facility is available in Latti while as solar telephone facility is available at Basantgarh and Majouri. The department concerned is establishing Telephone exchange at Dudu-Jakhed and Basantgarh.
Electricity and Drinking Water:
Electricity facility is available to 26 villages while as drinking water is available to 34 villages. The electric Department has already initiated process for setting up of a Grid Station at Majouri, which will enable the department to cover all the remaining villages. Similarly drinking water is also proposed to be supplies in a phases manner to all villages.
Two treasuries one each at Latti and Basantgarh are at the service of the people. Besides four Bank branches are also functional in the area, which provide facilities for economic development to the rural masses.
Though the people of entire belt are Agriculturists but production of food grains is not to the excellent that it could suffice the requirements of the public. The main reasons are that only one crop is sown, secondly cultivation is subservient to the rains and thirdly farmers are not acquired with that modern Agriculture means. The Govt. has, as such, opened sales outlet for supply of ration in the entire area. Two go downs one at Latti and other Majouri has been constructed where from rations goes to sales centers. About 41% of the population is getting rations under BPL supply schemes.
Besides above offices of other departments like, Forests, Sericulture, Fisheries, Social Welfare etc. have also been opened at different places.
The different departments have created an aspiration among the rural masses for development activities in different fields and have been able to improve the economic conditions to a great extent. All the departments are striving hard to render better facilities and services so that the people of the area could become at par with the people of other Tehsils.
The villagers have been exposed to new ideas of development in different fields. The main thrust of the Government is to provide all facilities and amenities to people of this far-flung areas as are available in other parts in the State.
Plants are living beings
and do require water and air for there survival, as do human
beings require. There requirement of water varies with
there types. Diffrent types of plants require diffrent
quantities of water and at diffrent times till they grow
up completely , water is normaly supplied to these plants by
nature through direct rain or the water supplied through
irrigation facilities.The water absorbed by the land during
rains also supplements the water requirements of the crops
during dry season. In bid to control the nature human
beings discovered various methods by which the water can be
stored during the period of excess rainfall and to use
that extra water during period of 'no rainfall' or 'less
The art or the science by which it is accomplished is generally, termed as irrigation .Irrigation may therefore be defined as the science of providing water to the land through channels etc. In accordance with the cropsrequirements throughout the 'crop period' for full-fledged nourishment of the crops.
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Sh. Y P
Near DC Office Barrian,Udhampur
Ph no. 01992270992
M no. 9419160175
|Ms. Shalini Gupta
M no. 9796012447
Launched on 2nd October 1975, today, ICDS Scheme represents one of the world’s largest and most unique programmes for early childhood development. ICDS is the foremost symbol of India’s commitment to her children – India’s response to the challenge of providing pre-school education on one hand and breaking the vicious cycle of malnutrition, morbidity, reduced learning capacity and mortality, on the other.
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|Gordhi||Shri. B.B Pangotra||Horticulture Development Officer||9419247150|
|Ramnagar||Shri. Sunil Gupta||Horticulture Development Officer||9622957658|
|Majouri||Shri Sanjeev Kumar||Horticulture Development Officer||9419672455|
|Latti||Shri. Rajesh Gupta||Horticulture Development Officer||9419995875|
|For more detail contact Chief Horticulture Officer Udhampur Contact no.:-01992-72551,270595|
The State of J&K is not just a tourists paradise, but is
home to some world famous varieties of fruit both fresh and
dry, exotic flowers, Honey, Saffron, Morals, etc. It is a
treat to watch almond orchards in bloom, drive along the
Saffron fields and apple orchards when the fruit is in
Horticulture is the fundamental strength of the States economy with a yearly turnover of Rs. 1200 crores. It provides direct and indirect employment to about 23.00 lakhs people with possibilities of further enhancement.
OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT: Important objectives for livestock Development and for increasing supply of animal products to general public are enumerated below:-
1. Increasing milk production.
2. Increasing egg production.
3. Increasing production of poultry meat.
4. Increasing draught power through
|Dr. R. P Gupta||Veterinary Assistant Surgeon||9419270190|
|Dr. Ashok Gupta||District Sheep Husbandry Officer||9419264166|
Sheep Husbandry Department in Sub Division Dudu- Basantgarh is playing a vital role for the down trodden communities associated with the sheep and goat rearing particularly Bakarwal, Gujjar Gaddies and small and marginal Farmers.
The main objectives of the department is to up grade existing sheep and Goat Population of the Sub-Division by way of cross breeding of sheep and Goat by Providing good Germ plasma. to increase mutton and wool production by providing better health coverage in shape of dosing vaccination and Dipping etc.
The Sub- Division Dudu-Basantgarh is being nominated by Sheep and Wool Development Officer Ramnagar/Block Veterinary Officer Sheep Husbandry Department Dudu-Basantgarh. there are 17 Nos. of sheep extension Centers existing in Sub division Dudu- Basantgarh namely Dudu, Basantgarh, Majouri, Sattian, Bandhole, KAitha, Jakhaid, Resain, Lodhra-Ponara, Siamarry, Nallamallian, Garhsmnamanj, Larrana,Dheern, Joffer,Seogli and Pachound in Sub division Dudu- Basantgarh. the sheep and Goat population of the Sub-Division is 77000 sheep and 44200 Goat .
The Department of Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution provides foodgrains including Sugar and Kerosene oil to consumers in every nook and corner of the State. Currently foodgrains are received by the State from the Government of India, for distribution of ration to the families of Above Poverty Line (APL), Below Poverty Line (BPL) and beneficiaries under AAY and Annapurna Schemes at affordable and subsidized rates. The Department also plays an active role in managing the supplies of other essential commodities and also keeping check on market prices.
With coming up of tremendous development activities, Public Works Department has been able to raise numerous assets like roads, buildings and other civil structures. Maintenance and upkeep of these assets has itself become a gigantic task. The task before the engineers is therefore of two fold; the responsibility of producing unique engineering structures conforming to IRC/ISI standard and specifications on one hand and the duty of maintenance of the structures and assets for the service of the mankind on the other side.
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