Know more about the first female Collector of Udaipur
Lakes are the identity of Udaipur, their beauty and cleanliness as well as development is of prime importance. All projects initiated for lake development need to be addressed immediately and monitored closely
Anandi, a 2007 batch IAS Officer from Rajasthan, submitted her joining through fascimile yesterday night after receiving her appointment orders. Reason being that today 26 December is the scheduled date when the voters list of the district is being published.
Anandi is famous for her 3 month stint at Rajsamand, earlier this year. She had taken strict action against officers of her team for their failure to complete development works on time. She was not only strict with those who were careless with their responsibilities but also did not sync with local public representatives, aka Councilors, etc.
Anandi, hailing from Tamil Nadu, is from the same batch as Udaipur’s erstwhile Collector, Bishnu Charan Mallick and is as strict. Having done her LLB, Anandi has served at Rajsamand, Sawai Madhopur and Bundi as Collector. She initiated her administrative services as Sub Division Officer, Jaipur.
“Lakes are the identity of Udaipur, their beauty and cleanliness as well as development is of prime importance. All projects initiated for lake development need to be addressed immediately and monitored closely” – Anandi, District Collector, Udaipur
Good governance in sync with the vision of the State Government will be at the forefront of Anandi’s tenure at Udaipur. She asserts that development schemes need to be implemented in time so that the public benefits from such schemes. Carelessness and negligence on the part of responsible officers and personnel will be addressed immediately and strict action will be taken, as per her standard working protocol.
She added that works initiated and yet to be initiated towards the Smart City project needs to be completed in confluence with the projects of the municipality, to ensure completeness. Udaipur being a tribal belt, it is of paramount importance that tribal development plans of the government be implemented under continuous monitoring so that the tribals get full benefit of the schemes.