Village Panchayat Dhargalim - Pernem.
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Dhargalim Village Panchayat
Dhargalim is one of the most pleasant villages in terms of its lush green countryside and cool atmosphere located 10 kms away from the bustling Mapusa city and is absolutely a pristine spot. Dhargal is a Village in Pernem Taluka in North Goa District of Goa State, India. The road from the Colvale bridge leads us to this blissful isolation nestled in the heart of the lush green meadows with not much of a population thereby distancing oneself from the more heavily populated areas in Ilhas, Salcete and Bardez.
From Sarpanch's Desk
As a Sarpanch of the Dhargal village panchayat, I take the honor to release of newly developed official website for the betterment of the people. With our website, citizens of the Dhargal village panchayat can easily download the forms and require information on just a single click. It is a very convenient and time-saving way, where people save the time of travel to the panchayat just to collect the form. You can also get entire details about the schemes and the services we offer on our official website.
After the launch of our website, I assure you that our website will be live 24*7 throughout the year with the regular updates. I appeal to all audiences to visit our official website and appreciate the work of the staff in maintaining the website up-to-date with the latest functions and the happenings.
Garbage Management Project
“Garbage collection in these areas will follow a door-to-door model. The panchayats have set up Dry Waste collection Centers. In villages though, there was a time when people would turn their waste into natural fertilizer for their gardens. But now, the plastic menace has crept into villages too, so it will take a few years for the move to become a reality
The Rural Development and Panchayat Raj (RDPR) department has implemented the same at the Panchayat level. There are 6,024 gram panchayats across 30 districts in the state. While some dump waste outside their village, others throw it by the roadside, and some even use it in their farms. Now, the department is keen on tackling the garbage menace in villages in a big way.
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