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Newspaper CuttingVikas Mitras get training for programmes under 7 resolves
The Bihar Mahadalit Vikas Mission (BMVM) has undertaken a massive capacity building programme for its 10,000 Vikas Mitras across the state to coordinate with different departments and facilitate the implementation of seven resolves of the state government. Starting November 2, the BMVM is organizing training sessions of Vikas Mitras as well as development officers in every district on different aspects of the seven resolves and their implementation in Mahadalit community. BMVM officials said out of 32 lakh Mahadalit families in the state, around 25 lakh don't have their own toilet and 14.05 lakh are without electricity connection.
"These Vikas Mitras are representatives of the Mahadalit community. Hence, their role is crucial in the implementation of the seven resolves. Once trained, they would be able to convince others in their community about the benefits of seven resolves and facilitate in implementation of the schemes," said Atul Kumar Verma, officer on special duty at BMVM.
The programmes under seven resolves were promised by CM Nitish Kumar before the assembly elections in 2015. They include Ghar Tak Pakki Gali-Nali (road connectivity and solid drainage system), Har Ghat Bijli (electricity to every household), Har Ghar Nal Ka Jal (tapped water to every house), student credit card, Kaushal Vikas Yojana, 35% reservation for women and toilet in every house.
"We have batches of five Vikas Mitras, two block welfare officers and one district welfare officer from every district. Eight such batches are being provided training in each session. The ongoing workshops would conclude on November 14. The trained Vikas Mitras would then provide the same training to other Vikas Mitras in their respective districts," Atul said.
~ The Times of India https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/patna/vikas-mitras-get-training-for-programmes-under-7-resolves/articleshow/61598041.cms