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Prevention of cruelty to animals, shortage of lecturers highlighted at Mon DPDB meet
Published on 21 Jul. 2009 12:16 AM IST
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Mon District Planning & Development Board (DPDB) meeting was held under the chairmanship of deputy commissioner and vice chairman DPDB, Mon Dinesh Kumar IAS on July 20 at DC’s conference hall. According to an official bulletin the chairman reading out a letter received from Animal Welfare Board of India for prevention of cruelty to animals, urged the heads of officers and subordinate officers to sensitize the program and directed the District Veterinary Office, Mon to give a report on the actions taken and measures to be adopted for prevention of cruelty to animals in the next meeting. District Labour Officer, Mon presented a brief report on National Child Labour Project (NCLP). In this regard the chairman asked the DLO to furnish a detailed report in writing with special reference to the district identifying the vulnerable section of society and places for smooth implementation of the NCLP program. A brief report on the activities of DIET, Mon was presented by principal DIET, Yevito Sema. In his report he highlighted the shortage of lectures, lack of staffs quarter and need of staff bus for the staff and the trainees. He also informed the members to inform the educated unemployed youths who passed PU and wants to be in the teaching profession to enroll as Pre-Service Teachers Education (PSTE) course which was available in the DIET center Mon. EE (Power), Mon presenting a brief report on electrical safety regulation and System Installation Standard to the house emphasized on the need of transmitting and distributing electricity under strict technical standard like Safety Regulations for Safety Measures and Standard Specification called Rural Electrification (REC) standard for installation. The bulletin said the Chairman also informed the house about the seminar on Human Development Project was scheduled to be held in the first week of August and asked all the Heads of the Department and DPDB members to attend the seminar positively. He also directed all the Heads of the Department to prepare their respective departmental activities, achievement, action plans, measures to be taken etc and submit before July 30 for the District Plan.

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