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Collector Shri Neeraj Kumar Singh met the children of Jeevodaya Child Care Society
The collector knew their needs by having an intimate dialogue with the children.
Instructions given to take all necessary steps to fulfill children’s education and dreams
Every necessary step should be taken for the upbringing, education and fulfillment of their dreams for the financially weak, destitute and children who have lost their parents to the Kovid epidemic. These instructions were given by Collector Hoshangabad Shri Neeraj Kumar Singh during his visit to Itarsi to the officials of the Department of Women and Child Development and the organization related to child care.
Collector Mr. Singh reached Itarsi on Friday and inquired about the education, nutrition and other necessary arrangements of the children of Jeevodaya Child Care Sanstha here from the in-charge of the institution. During this, SDM Itarsi Mr. Madan Raghuvanshi, District Program Officer Women and Child Development Mr. Lalit Kumar Dehria, Director of Jivodaya Society Girls’ Home, Sister Clara Animotty and other officials were present.
40 thousand rupees approved for the treatment of Shreya
Collector Shri Singh interacted with the children of Jeevodaya Sanstha and inquired about their studies and what they want to become when they grow up in future. Collector Shri Singh told the children that they should study a lot, stay healthy and move forward. All possible help will be provided by the government administration to fulfill your education and every need. During this, Collector Shri Singh, on knowing the problem of Shreya (name changed) in the treatment of broken arm bone, accepted 40 thousand rupees from the Red Cross item on the spot and directed the officers for better treatment of Shreya in the district hospital. Did.
Ayushi will get her right
The 18-year-old girl Ayushi (name changed) of the institution told the Collector Mr. Singh that she was facing problems in her studies due to lack of any documents. Ayushi told that her parents have passed away. They have houses in Harda, but they have no one there. On this, all such children including Collector Singh Ayushi, who do not have Aadhar card, were instructed to make their Aadhar cards. Along with this, through Harda district administration, directed the District Program Officer, Women and Child Development Department to get Ayushi the right to her house.
Children will roam around with the collector
Collector Shri Singh interacted with the girls of the institution and knew their wishes.
The children of the organization expressed their desire to visit Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi, Mumbai from the Collector Mr. Singh. The children expressed their desire to visit Pachmarhi and Madai with the collector and the institution family. On which Collector Shri Singh told the children that after the Kovid period, they would definitely be taken to these places. Along with this, he himself will do jungle safari in Madai with children in the next week.
Career guidance to children according to their interests
Collector Shri Singh said that necessary arrangements should be made for the preparation of competitive exams for the children who want to go to civil services, doctors, engineers and other services.
Along with this, career guidance should be provided to the children according to their aptitude. During this, the children told the Collector Mr. Singh about their career plan.
Collector met the children of Child Line Care Center
After the inspection of the Jeevodaya Child Care Organization, Collector Shri Singh Potter reached the day care center located at Kholi to meet the children. Here the collector sat with the children and discu ssed their interest, studies, food, family etc. Know what he wants to be when he grows up. The children expressed their desire to join the services of police, army, doctors etc.
The Collector directed the District Program Officer, Women and Child Development to make proper arrangements for the primary education and further education of the children.
Collector opened the pot to know the problem of the residents
Collector Shri Singh discussed with the residents of Potter Kholi in Itarsi and learned their problems. On the housing problem of the residents of Potter Kholi, he directed the SDM to prepare a temporary night shelter and make arrangements for security, living etc. there. The Collector urged the residents to compulsorily send the children to school.read more