Raipur: A team of 12 IAS officers from Rajasthan was on a three-day visit to Chhattisgarh to study the state government’s Godhan Nyay Yojana, Gothan Yojana, and Gobar-Dhan (Cow Dung) Yojana being run under the ambitious ‘Narwa, Garwa, Ghurwa, and Badi’ scheme. These schemes are aimed at boosting the rural economy of the state.
The team of IAS officers from Rajasthan met with the senior administrative officials of the Chhattisgarh Agriculture Department and visited villages of the Dhamtari and Durg districts. The team interacted with the members of Women Self-Help Groups, Gothan Samitis, and villagers to gain knowledge on the schemes and their benefits. The villagers told the IAS team of Rajasthan that these schemes are proving a boon for strengthening their economy.
The team of IAS Officers from Rajasthan include Panchayat Secretary Manju Rajpal, Swachh Bharat Mission Director Vishwamohan Sharma, District Panchayats’ CEOs Dr. Anjali Rajoriya, Indrajeet Yadav, Puja Kumari Parth, Jasmine Singh Sandhu, Nidhi B T, Shweta Chouhan, Gaurav Saini, Dr. Soumya Jha, SBM Grameen In-charge Parag Choudhary and State Nodal Officer, Govardhan Project, Vijay Kumar Sharma.
Earlier, Commissioner, Agriculture Produce, Dr. M Geetha, briefed the team of IAS Officers from Rajasthan about the schemes of the Chhattisgarh government at Mahanadi Bhawan, Nava Raipur.
Later the team visited different villages of the aforementioned districts. The team was accompanied by Agriculture Joint Director R L Khare and Rajesh Rathore, Patan Janpad Panchayat CEO Manish Sahu, State Advisor Dr Rupesh Rathore and Purushottam Panda, Swachh Bharat Mission (Rural) Girish Mathure.