KL NEWS NETWORK
Jammu and Kashmir State Rural Livelihoods Mission (JKSRLM) held a training workshop on Management Information System (MIS) on April 11, 2016 at National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT), Srinagar.
The workshop was inaugurated by Dr G N Qasba, Mission Director JKSRLM, a statement issued Tuesday afternoon said.
“The issues/problems being faced by the DPMs/BPMs and MIS Assistants in uploading the data on the national portal were discussed threadbare by them with MD JKSRLM and all such issues were resolved by MD JKSRLM on the spot. It was made clear to all the DPMs/BPMs and MIS Assistants that in future if any such issue/problem arises they can take up the matter with MD JKSRLM through MIS Officer without any hesitation,” the statement said.
The participants were instructed that the work done at the grass roots level should be updated on MIS on real time basis, which is the prerequisite for transparency, progress and the way-forward to accomplishment of objectives in a smooth manner. “Any failure on this account shall be viewed strictly and action taken against the concerned.”
The training focused on various components of MIS maintained at the National Portal of NRLM. These components capture all the details of each activity carried out in the field from basic profile of beneficiary, funds disbursement & transactions, various livelihoods taken up by the SHG members.
“Till now 85% of the programme data have been uploaded on the national portal,” the statement claimed.
During the workshop Qasba instructed all the concerned to update the progress achieved in implementation of programme on the National portal of NRLM in a time bound manner.
MD JKSRLM also stressed on resolving various bottlenecks in updating the data on MIS in a time bound manner, so that the fund flow from the Central Government does not get affected in any manner.
As a good practice and governance, MoRD, GoI has put emphasis on having the real time analysis of implementation of activities carried out under JKSRLM, the statement added.