The newly appointed Mayor Dayashankar Tiwari took charge of the position today. As he took the charge he briefed media on his upcoming work and shared some lights on the schemes which will be introduced soon for the betterment of citizens in both the health and education sectors.
While announcing the preparation he informed that “As we will be celebrating 75th Independence Day this year NMC will be focusing on work and will dedicate it to the freedom fighters of the nation. Under this NMC will set up 75 Vande Matram Public health Centres in various zones for the public which will be named after freedom fighters. NMC will take care of the facility. Similarly, we will be starting an initiative called “Super 75” on the idea of ‘Supper 30’ initiative which was started by Anand Kumar”.
Speaking further about ‘Super 75’he added that “for this, we will be selecting 75 students, these students will be divided into the batch of 25 and these 75 students will be given training for IIT/ JEE, NEET, NDA. We have talked to various institutes as well who will be supporting us in our initiative as well.”
Hawkers will be given benefits as well, Smart Hawker zones will be set up, and electric vehicles will be given to these hawkers which will benefit them as well.
Tiwari informed that earlier under the leadership of former Mayor Nanda Jichkar and former NMC Chief Abhijeet Bangar began an initiative of giving one-month military training to NMC students. We will once again resume this initiative for a year and will give training to the students as it will open new opportunities for the students under ‘NMC Day Care’.
Many health care schemes are available for the public but these services are not availed by them, so we will be starting an awareness program for people on various health benefit schemes.