Delhi CM lays out ambitious plan for the state
GN Bureau | January 11, 2013
Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said on January 8, that Aadhar number should be included in university degrees and birth certificates. Thus, she said that Delhi would be able to achieve the target of 95 percent enrolment by Feb 2013, according to a report in The Hindu.
She said, speaking at a workshop on Aadhar Enabled Direct Cash Transfer, that the Delhi government will be able to put all the nine centrally sponsored schemes on the direct cash transfer mode by April 2013. The workshop was organised by Delhi e-governance society at Delhi Secretariat.
She said as of January 1, four out of the nine central schemes had been implemented by Delhi in its two districts – North-West and North-East.
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