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WORKSHOP 12th July,2016 SNAC CHANDIGAR

Report of the Workshop organized by the SNAC, Chandigarh on National Trust New/revised Scheme and Scheme Management System (SMS) for RO's & NGO's of Chandigarh, Punjab, Haryana & Himachal Pradesh at SNAC, Government Rehabilitation Institute for Intellectual Disabilities, Sector-31, Chandigarh on dated 12th July, 2016.
 
On dated 12th July, 2016 State Nodal Agency Centre (SNAC) Government Rehabilitation Institute for Intellectual Disabilities, Sector-31, Chandigarh has organized a Workshop on National Trust new/revised schemes & new Scheme Management System (SMS) for Registered Organizations and NGO's.
 
   
 
Ms. NISHU SINGHAL, HCS, Director Social Welfare, Chandigarh Administration has inaugurated the function by lighting the lamp. Dr. B.S Chavan Joint Director, GRIID, Sector-31, Chandigarh welcomed the chief guest and all representative of RO's and NGO's participated in the workshop from UT, Chandigarh, Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh.  In this workshop 35 participants from Haryana, 24 participants from Punjab, 11 participants from Himachal Pradesh and 08 participants from UT, Chandigarh. Mr. Robin George, Joint Director, Social Welfare, Himachal Pradesh and 17 District Social Welfare Officers from Haryana and 2 District Social Security Officer from Punjab were attended the workshop    Mr. Ranjan Negi, Nodal Officer, Disability from UT, Chandigarh also participated in the workshop. It was very fruitful and knowledgeable workshop all the queries of the participants solved by our resource person Sh. U.K Shukla, Asstt. Legal Advisor, National Trust. All the participants NGO's are happy and satisfied with the content of the workshop.  It was very useful and positive step by the National Trust.    
 
    
 
At the end of the workshop Ms. Vani Ratnam, Officer In charge, GRIID, Chandigarh  proposed the vote of thanks on behalf of SNAC, Chandigarh.
 
   

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