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Ibobi upgrade Jessami HS to Higher Secondary
Correspondent IMPHAL, Feb 22:
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Published on 23 Feb. 2010 12:00 AM IST
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Manipur government upgraded a high school at Jessami village, bordering with Nagaland to a higher secondary school on Monday. Cabinet of the Secular Progressive Front (SPF) government in a meeting held on Monday at the cabinet room of the Chief Minister’s Secretariat approved to the up-gradation of the Jessami High School into a higher secondary, a senior Cabinet minister said. Ibobi during his last visit assured the villagers that the Jessami High School will be upgraded to the Higher Secondary level. In the maiden visit of the chief minister promised to send doctors and nurses in the village after seeing the state of healthcare system in the remote hill areas. In a meeting the cabinet decided to relax ban on direct recruitment in the state health department and recruitment doctor for posting in the PHC, PHSC and Community Health Centres. . Manipur government had already upgraded the Jessami police station into a Sub Divisional Police Office (SDPO) and also the SDC circle to SDO apart from opening a BDO as desired by the villagers of the border area. The cabinet also discussed on the reservation for Muslims and re-convening the 7th session of the state Assembly among other agenda. The budget session, which was on sine die after two seating in the month of January will resume from March 8. Meanwhile a senior cabinet minister disclosed that session a vote on account on the budget will be tabled as the plan size for the state for the fiscal year 2010-11 which is yet to finalize by the Planning Commission of India. The State is proposing a plan size of Rs 3231.09 crore, which showed an increase of 59.94% against the original approved outlay of Rs. 2000 crore annual plan 2009-10. The plan size is likely to finalize in a two-day meeting between state government and working committee of the PCI scheduled on March 15 and 16. Another agenda discussed at the meeting was the reservation of seats for Muslims in government appointments and technical studies as government nominees.

 
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