Dist Admin Budgam felicitates Insha Bashir, International Wheelchair Basketball player

Insha Bashir is a role model for younger generation: DC

Insha Bashir is a role model for younger generation: DC

BUDGAM, DECEMBER 17 (KNS): The Deputy Commissioner (DC) Budgam, S F Hamid today felicitated International Wheelchair Basketball Player Insha Bashir, for her overall achievements and for winning Silver Medal at international level recently in November 2022.


         It is worth mentioning here that Insha Bashir Budgam’s first international wheelchair basketball player, has been selected as captain of JKs wheelchair basketball team.

         While interacting with Insha Bashir, the DC congratulated her for winning Silver Medal at international level and termed it as a pride for Jammu & Kashmir In general and district Budgam in particular.

         Insha Bashir also shared her experience of success. She said she wants to win a Gold medal in the Paralympics for the Country. 

She said that she was extremely happy after winning the silver medal and called receiving the National award for her achievement as her grand success.

Insha Bashir said that she had been working hard since she met with an accident and it is a proud moment for her to be felicitated by her home District Administration. She also thanked the district administration for every support.

District Social Welfare Officer Dr.Farhana Asgar, District Programme Officer ICDS, District Information Officer, other officers and officials were present in the felicitation ceremony.

NO: PR/DDI/SGR/22/5223/

Workshop on ‘Implementation of ORGI software for Civil Registration System’ organised at Sopore

BARAMULLA, DECEMBER 17: A day long workshop on implementation of ORGI software for Civil Registration System was today organised at Dak Bunglow Sopore to sensitise the participants about the process and implementation of ORGI software system for civil registration of births and deaths.

Programme was organised by Joint Director Planning (DSEO) Bandipora and District Statistics & Evaluation Officer Baramulla in collaboration with Director Census Operations J&K.

On the occasion, JDP Bandipora and DSEO Baramulla highlighted the salient features and informed that the Govt  has notified the Registration of Births and Deaths Rules, 2022 vide S.O No-494  Notification with the approval of the Govt of India on the basis of the model rules of registration of Births & Death Rules,1999 issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Office of Registrar General of India. 

They also briefed about the different S.O. Nos. issued by the Govt on the subject  regarding Designation under Civil Registration System and highlighted the importance of the registration process. 

The Registrars were instructed to ensure implementation of the provisions of the Act, besides to coordinate and supervise the registration work in their respective registration units as the Birth & Death  certificates  being issued by the registration units are  of prime importance for availing various Govt benefits and are important legal documents being required at various occasions in daily life.

They said the training of the officers/officials for successful implementation of ORGI software for Civil Registration is necessary for capacity building  and to establish an error free simple mechanism so that the public can benefit and obtain these documents in a hassle free manner.

         The Master Trainers  Dr.Imtiyaz Ahmad Malik,  Junaid Nissar and Sobia Jaan  imparted training to the participants about the operational mechanism of Civil Registration  System &  explained the entire process besides discussing various provisions of the RBD Act in detail.

The training was attended by the CMOs/BDOs/CEOs/EOs and the technical staff of Health Department, Rural Development Department, Municipal Councils/Committees and the staff of DSEO of both the Districts.(KNS)

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