Janma Bhoomi Maa Vooru 3rd Round from 2nd to 11 January 2016


Government of Andhra Pradesh have launched ‘Janma Bhoomi Maa Vooru’ in campaign mode in all Gram Panchayats and Municipal Wards in the State and the 1st round of the Programme was commenced on 2nd October 2014 to 20th October 2014 and 2nd round of the programme during 3rd – 7th June, 2015. Now, the Government have decided to take up 3rd round ‘Janma Bhoomi – Maa Vooru’ Programme from 2nd January 2016 to 11th January, 2016.

The main theme of the current round in Janma Bhoomi is Smart Village – Smart Ward towards Smart Andhra Pradesh in all Gram Panchayats / Municipal Wards in the Municipal Corporations.

During the 10 days of Janma Bhoomi, all the field functionaries, District Level Officers will be conducting Janma Bhoomi Maa Vooru Programmes in all the Gram Panchayats and Urban local bodies. For awareness creation and active participation of the citizens in the Janma Bhoomi Programme, the Government has constituted the Janma Bhoomi Committee at the District / Mandal / Municipality / GP / Ward Levels vide the G.O cited above. The Committees will ensure effective coordination between Government functionaries, partners of Smart Village – Smart Ward and citizens in all the welfare and developmental schemes of the Government.
Government has in the order 1st cited have assigned roles and responsibilities to the Janma Bhoomi Committee for the social security pensions.

Government has issued orders involving the Janma Bhoomi Committee for verification of eligibility under NTR Housing and IAY Housing Programmes. In the reference 4th cited, the Government has issued orders associating the Janma Bhoomi Committee for association in the Neeru Chettu Programme. The Janma Bhoomi Committee is playing a pivotal role in creating awareness in all the development and welfare programmes of the Government. Hence, it is felt that they must be effectively trained and motivated to take up the enormous responsibilities casted upon them.

Hence, Government has decided to conduct One Day Training Programme on 30th December, 2015 at 10AM at all the Mandal Headquarters and Municipalities for all the members of Janma Bhoomi Committee. The Programme will be conducted by MPDOs / Municipal Commissioners for sensitizing the Janma Bhoomi Committee members which will facilitate and motivate the members to actively participate in the current round of Janma Bhoomi. The training programme shall cover all the aspects in detail mentioned in the paras above.

The District Collectors are requested to effectively arrange to conduct the training programme by involving all the Mandal/Municipality Level Officers level under the guidance of senior level district officers in conducting the Janma Bhoomi Programme. The respective MPDOs/Municipal Commissioners will be the overall incharge of this Training Programme in their respective jurisdictions.

In order to have effective conduct of the programme, Government has decided to depute Senior Officers as Officers Incharge for each Revenue Division. The list of the Officers alongwith allotted Revenue Division is annexed to this order.

The allotted Officers have to stay in the Revenue Division assigned to them, during the entire period of Janma Bhoomi. Everyday during the Janma Bhoomi, they will intensively participate in the ‘Janma Bhoomi Maa Vooru’ Programme, duly concentrating on the priority areas of Janma Bhoomi.  The detailed guidelines and other related material will be sent to the deputed Officers by the Planning Department.  The officers should go through the material well in advance.  In case of any clarification or doubt, they may contact Smt.Shanti Priya Pandey, IFS, Addl.Secy., Planning Department.

After completion of Janma Bhoomi, all the Officers Incharge of Revenue Divisions shall attend the  Conference convened by Chief  Secretary  on 13-1-2016 at 11 AM in L-Block, Conference Hall.  During the Conference, the Officers would give their feedback regarding their participation and experience of the ‘Janma Bhoomi Maa Vooru’ Programme.  Their feedback will be extremely valued.  The valuable suggestions and feedback received during the Conference will be analyzed and incorporated in Janma Bhoomi guidelines to make the ‘Janma Bhoomi Maa Vooru’ Programme more effective and also for any policy changes in the implementation of Government Programmes.

ANNEXURE

(to  the G.O.Rt.No.   , General Administration (SC.A) Department, dated:27.12.2015)

Sl.No. Revenue Division Janma Bhoomi Maa Vooru – AIS Officers Incharge

(Sri/Smt.)

1. Srikakulam A.C.Puneetha, IAS
2. Palakonda A.K.Maurya, IFS
3. Tekkali M.V.Satyanarayana, IAS
4. Vizianagaram Karikal Valaven, IAS
5. Parvathipuram Surendra Pandey, IFS
6. Narsipatnam K.S.Reddy, IFS
7. Visakhapatnam Ajeya Kallam, IAS
8. Paderu R.G.Kalaghatgi, IFS
9. Anakapalli Dr.Vijay Kumar, IAS
10. Peddapuram K.Ram Gopal, IAS
11. Amalapuram K.Praveen Kumar, IAS
12. Kakinada T.Vijay Kumar, IAS
13. Rajahmundry Neerabh Kumar Prasad, IAS
14. Rampachodavaram P.K.Sarangi, IFS
15. Kovvur I.Srinivas Srinaresh, IAS
16. Ramachandrapuram D.Vara Prasad, IAS
17. Eluru Lav Agarwal, IAS
18. Narsapur Dr.Vani Mohan, IAS
19. Jangareddygudem V.Venkata Ramaiah, IFS
20. Nuzvid B.Sridhar, IAS
21. Gudivada B.Ramanjaneyulu, IAS
22. Machalipatnam Rama Shankar Naik, IAS
23. Vijayawada Sumitha Dawra, IAS
24. Narasaraopet Solomon Arokiaraj, IAS
25. Tenali B.V.Ramana Murthy, IFS.,
26. Guntur B. Sam Bob, IAS.,
27. Gurajala L.Premachandra Reddy, IAS
28. Markapur P.Mallikarjuna Rao, IFS
29. Kandukur A.Vidya Sagar, IAS
30. Ongole B.Udaya Laxmi, IAS
31. Nellore A.Giridhar, IAS
32. Kavali B.V.Prasada Reddy, IFS
33. Gudur GSRKR Vijaya Kumar, IAS
34. Atmakur M.Sudhakar, IFS
35. Naidupet KRBHN Chakravarthy, IAS
36. Chittoor Dr.Manmohan Singh, IAS.,
37. Tirupathi L.V.Subrahmanyam, IAS
38. Madanapalli Soumyakanta Chottray, IFS
39. Adoni Nalani Mohan, IFS
40. Nandyal Sumitha Dawra, IAS
41. Kurnool Lingaraj Panigrahi, IAS
42. Rajampet K.V.Satyanarayana, IAS
43. Kadapa K.S.Jawahar Reddy, IAS
44. Jammalamadugu I.Samuel Anand Kumar, IAS
45. Anantapur J.C.Sharma, IAS
46. Penugonda Dinesh Kumar, IAS
47. Dharmavaram R.P.Sisodia, IAS
48. Kalyanadurg G.Anantha Ramu, IAS
49. Kadiri P.Udaya Bhaskar, IFS
50. Yatapaka

(East Godavari)

Mohd.Illiyas Rizvi, IFS
51. Kukunoor

(West Godavari)

Chiranjiv Chaudhary, IFS

Reserve Officers:

Sl.No. Name of the Officer

(Sri/Smt.)

1. J.S.V. Prasad, IAS
2. Ajay Jain, IAS
3. K.Vijayanand, IAS
4. B.Kishore, IAS
5. M.Girija Shankar, IAS
6. G.Ravi Babu, IAS
7. P.Venkata Rami Reddy, IAS
8. M.Padma, IAS
9. P.Usha Kumari, IAS
10. K.Harshavardham, IAS
11. K.Dhananjaya Reddy, IAS
12. J.Murali, IAS
13. M.V.Seshagiri Babu, IAS
14. D.Muralidhar Reddy, IAS
15. K.Kanna Babu, IAS
16. B.Rama Rao, IAS
17. A.Surya Kumari, IAS
18. G.Rekha Rani, IAS
   
19. B.S.S.Prasad, IFS
20. Pushkar Srivasthava, IFS
21. Chinmay K.Mishra, IFS
22. N.Prateep Kumar, IFS
23. S.K.Kaushik, IFS
24. Vipin Chaudhary, IFS
25. Anil Kumar Maurya, IFS
26. Y.Madhusudhana Reddy, IFS
27. Binod Kumar Singh, IFS
28. R.P.Khajuria, IFS
29. Ratnakar Jauhary, IFS
30. Dr.K.Gopinatha, IFS
31. P.V.Chalapathi Rao, IFS
32. P.V.Ramana Reddy, IFS
33. M.Revathi, IFS
34. Rahul Pandey, IFS
35. Dr.K.Suryanarayana, IFS

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