19,000 applications for Sakala on Day 1

CHITRADURGA: On the inaugural day of Sakala, the state government’s ambitious project to provide services within the stipulated time, nearly 19,919 applications  were received by the cent

Published: 03rd April 2012 03:31 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:17 PM   |  A+A-

CHITRADURGA: On the inaugural day of Sakala, the state government’s ambitious project to provide services within the stipulated time, nearly 19,919 applications  were received by the centres. As many as 3,883 of the applications  were disposed.

Bangalore Leads With Most Applications

Bangalore stood first with 2,753 applications coming in, of which 1,371 were disposed of.

With 1,105 applications, Mysore stood second, of which 149 have been disposed.

Belgaum, follows with 1,151 applications  coming in.  

Close to 1,058 applications were received in Hassan, of which as less as 35 were disposed of.

At Chitradurga, where the programme was launched on pilot basis, received 855 applications.

With just 125 applications, Belgaum came last.

The Revenue Department received 12,174 applications, of which 305 were disposed of.

Transport Department stand second with 4,032 applications coming in, of which 767 were disposed.

The Education Department received a mere 19 applications.

Urban development department 1,467 applications  

Food and Civil Supplies Departemnt received 51 applications

Health and Family Welfare Department received 72 applications, of which 60 were disposed. 

Rural Development and Panchayat Raj department received 194 applications

Labour Department received 43 applications.

 Women and Child Welfare Department received 134 applications

Home department did not receive any applications.

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