Haryana Chief Secretary Flags Off Electric Scooters for Women Supervisors

NITI Aayog Initiative: 18 Electric Scooters Flagged Off for Women Supervisors in Haryana

Nuh/Gurugram, January 5,2024– Haryana Chief Secretary, Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal today flagged off 18 electric scooters for the women supervisors of the Women and Child Development Department. This initiative, facilitated by NITI Aayog through Mewat Development Agency.

During an interaction with media persons in Nuh today, the Chief Secretary highlighted the field-oriented nature of the women supervisors’ responsibilities. The provision of these scooters aims to facilitate the supervisors in checking Anganwadis situated in remote areas and villages, ensuring the success of vaccination campaigns, and efficiently handling tasks related to the registration of women and children. Often, supervisors faced challenges reaching villages and accessing Anganwadi centers, making simultaneous checks in multiple villages or within a single day difficult. The introduction of these scooters aims to ease their access to Anganwadis in villages, enabling them to perform their duties more effectively. The primary objective behind providing these scooters is to simplify and streamline their work.

Mr. Kaushal said that Anganwadi supervisors previously struggled to oversee multiple centers in a single day. The aspirational district of Nuh is receiving considerable attention from both state and central governments regarding education, health, and children’s welfare. Additionally, there is a focus on such initiatives under Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Modifications are being made to Anganwadi centers to transform them into ideal centers.

Present at this occasion include
ACS, Finance, Mr. Anurag Rastogi, Deputy Commissioner, Mr. Dhirender Khadgata, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Ms. Renu Sogan and other senior officers from various departments.

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