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NUKKAD NATAK


Why NUKKAD NATAK

Through these NUKKAD NATAKs , we will make people aware about the All the schemes of National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) such as (JLG, SHG, Farmers Club, FACs Etc)  because in communities most of the beneficiaries are poor, illiterate and ignorant, for them the medium of Nukkad Natak would be used so that they can have a better understanding of the project, its relevance and relate to its aim.

Activity Schedule for the Project:

 

  • DISTRIBUTION OF PAMPHLETS & LEAFLETS: Distribution of pamphlets and leaflets, pictorial diagrams, brochures and door to door canvassing would be done to generate awareness among the masses.

 

  • NUKKAD NATAK: Most of the beneficiaries are poor, illiterate and ignorant, for them the medium of Nukkad Natak would be used so that they can have a better understanding of the project, its relevance and relate to its aim.

 

  • POSTERS & BANNERS: Posters and banners would also be displayed at various key locations & important places to spread awareness among the masses

 

  • NABARD Schemes: Giving out the information regarding the schemes of NABARD like Farmers Clubs, JLGs, SHGs and other centrally sponsored schemes implemented by NABARD

 District Profile – BARAMULLA

Baramulla District is the largest District in entire valley both with reference to the population and area. The District is spread over an area of 4588 Sq.Kms and its population according to 2001 Projections is 11.51 lakhs. Baramulla District is bounded by Kupwara in the North, Budgam and Poonch in the South, parts of Srinagar and Ladakh in the East and has the line of control in west.

The District is administratively divided into 8 Tehsils, 16 CD Blocks. Baramulla is no different from other parts of Kashmir Valley. The food habits, dress pattern, customs and traditions are the same as followed in other parts of the valley. Kashmiri is the main language of the people in the District, Pahari and Gojari are also spoken in Uri and areas near foothills of Gulmarg and Bandipora, Sheena (Dard) is the local language in Gurez and Tilail areas. The people also speak Urdu.




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Core Value of The organsation :
Participation which leads to empowerment.
Education of children especially the under privileged and marginalized.
Women’s and children especially the girls are the center of all development initiatives.
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