Golden cards should be made soon for the eligible beneficiaries left out of the Golden Card: District Magistrate

District Magistrate Neha Jain visited Karbak village under the Akbarpur tehsil area

Aug 26, 2023 - 19:05
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Golden cards should be made soon for the eligible beneficiaries left out of the Golden Card: District Magistrate
Golden cards should be made soon for the eligible beneficiaries left out of the Golden Card: District Magistrate

Kanpur. District Magistrate Neha Jain visited Karbak village under the Akbarpur tehsil area, where she first met the children getting computer education in Ekal Foundation's computer lab bus, as well as observed the computer lab built in the bus, then in primary school Karbak. In the village secretariat, a single institution provided certificates to the children who received computer training, while the District Magistrate also took information about computer knowledge from the computer-trained children. 

The District Magistrate said that make good use of what you have learned, use your knowledge ethically. And do it for the progress of the society. He told the children to make people aware to avoid cybercrime in their respective villages. The District Magistrate also inspected the camp set up by the Health Department in the school premises, during the inspection he appealed to the people who have any kind of health-related problem, they should come to the camp and get their health benefits done free of cost. He said that dengue and malaria rapid test kits are also present in the camp.

Information was also taken by the District Magistrate about making golden cards, on which it was told that golden cards have not been made for about 118 people in the village. Be made very quickly.

In the meantime, the District Magistrate also inspected the under-construction cow shed in village Karbak, and if the construction work was not found to be of quality, the present village head and the secretary were reprimanded and directed to investigate the work done. After this, the District Magistrate also planted trees in the Gaushala premises and directed the present village head to preserve the trees. The District Magistrate also observed the inscription made in the primary school premises under Meri Mati, Mera Desh program. On this occasion, Chief Medical Officer Dr. AK Singh, Basic Education Officer Riddhi Pandey, Deputy District Magistrate Akbarpur Surabhi Sharma, members of Ekal Foundation, children and villagers were present.

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