Work on Assam Ayurvedic College to begin soon: Sonowal

While interacting with the people, Sonowal said that many works of the developmental projects have also been completed

The Union Minister for Ports, Shipping & Waterways, Sarbananda Sonowal recently visited Goalpara to review the works of various developmental projects under the Centre's Aspirational Districts Programme.
"The Aspirational Districts programme is a visionary project of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Today, I have reviewed the progress made in the healthcare space of the districts as per the directions of our Prime Minister. We are committed to the holistic development of Goalpara district. Our double engine governments at the Centre and state will ensure that our goal is achieved within the set deadline", he said.
During the visit, he assured the work on the proposed Ayurvedic College at Dudhnoi will soon resume. He also added that the work of many of the projects under this scheme have already been completed. The steps taken under the Aspirational Districts programme will usher the vision of Prime Minister's 'Sabka Sath, Sabka Viswas aur Sabka Prayas' into reality as the district is inching towards a positive change in development and growth of the living standard in the district.
The Aspirational Districts Programme was launched by the Prime Minister in January 2018 and is an endeavour by the government to raise the living standards of citizens for an inclusive growth
The Union minister visited the Universal Health Centres and FRU hospitals at Dudhnoi and interacted with the healthcare workers and doctors.
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The Aspirational Districts Programme was launched by the Prime Minister in January 2018 and is an endeavour by the government to raise the living standards of citizens for an inclusive growth. A total of 117 Aspirational Districts across India have been identified by the NITI Aayog based upon composite indicators from health and nutrition, education, agriculture and water resources, financial inclusion and skill development and basic infrastructure.
The minister has instructed a monitoring team to keep a sharp vigil on the implantation of the welfare schemes.



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