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April 30
Published on 1 May. 2010 12:10 AM IST
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Appointment of officers
DIMAPUR: Secretary to Governor, R. Ramakrishnan IAS in a notification dated April 22 notified appellate authority, public information officer and assistant public information officer under section 5(1) of the Right to Information Act 2005 in respect of Governor’s Secretariat, Raj Bhavan Kohima were appointed R. Ramakrishnan, IAS Secretary to Governor has been appointed as Appellate Authority, Kevekha Kevin Zehol, NCS, Dy. Secretary as public information officer and Saroj Kumar Sahoo as assistant public information officer
KSCJ informs merit students
KOHIMA: Kohima Science College Jotsoma (KSCJ) has informed its student members who secured highest mark in each subject to submit two passport size photographs each and photocopy mark sheet to union office.
Collection of village household data
DIMAPUR: Nagaland State Village Development Board Association (NSVDBA) has informed all the VDBs to send the number of village household and villages in each district to the president or general secretary of NSVDBA at the earliest through each district VDB association.
Extension on collection of village patta
DIMAPUR: The Industrial Village Razhüphe Dimapur has extended the period for collection of village patta for another one month i.e. up to May 31. All the individual land holders as well as department and their agencies have been requested to collect the village patta within the extended period of time.
Dimapur Government College informs
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Government College has informed that regular classes for BA/BCom III for the academic session 2010-11 would commence from May 5. Students who have appeared IIyear final exams have been informed to take provisional admissions from April 28 to May 3. College principal has further notified that syllabus covered from the commencement of regular classes would not be repeated and stated that college would not entertain complaints from absentees.
Power shut-down at Chumukedima area
DIMAPUR: Department of Power, Chumukedima division has informed that there would be power shut-down at 5th, 6th and 7th Mile areas on May 1 from 6am to 5pm due to maintenance of line work for the 11KV town feeder in the area. Department has regretted the inconvenience and further requested consumers of the area to bear with the maintenance work till power supply was restored.
Directorate of arts and culture informs
DIMAPUR: The directorate of arts and culture has sought invitation for short term documentation project proposals from interested parties/producers with project relevant to regions socio-cultural aspects and emphasis to be given on ‘Dying and Vanishing Art Forms of the region’. Applications should be accompanied by proper name, address, professional background, concept note and full script with reasonable budget estimate to reach director of arts & culture on before May 15. Interested parties have been asked to contact the Director, Art and Culture, Government of Meghalaya, Shillong, Phone number: 0364-2225431.
CSDD general meeting
DIMAPUR: general meeting of Consumer Society Dimapur District (CSDD) has been convened on May 1 at the office premises, near Durga mandir, Millennium building top floor room number 2/3 at 10am.
SAKK meeting
DIMAPUR: Sumi Aphuyemi Kiphimi Kuqhakulu (SAKK) Pughoboto area has convened a meeting on May 1 at SABAK rest house, Naga Bazaar Kohima at 11am to discuss matters relating to its forthcoming golden jubilee.
Plea to lift ban on bank loan
DIMAPUR: The beneficiaries of SBI consumer loans under Zunheboto district have appealed the state government to lift the ban of loans as they were in the process of availing house loans.
The 14 signatories and employees of PWD (R&B) department, education department and medical department under Zunheboto stated with the signing of MOU in July 2005 by SBI to provide consumer loans for government employees mostly grade III and IV were benefited by the loan, and added that ban on loans have greatly effected the employees.
HDFC cautions public on bogus agents
Dimapur: Cautioning the public to be aware of some bogus agents who were selling lucrative schemes “gold scheme” by using the name of HDFC bank, the branch manager of the bank has appealed the people to verify the identify of those agents before making any deal.
The branch manager Dimapur branch, Bedanta Deka in a press statement clarified that the bank has not authorized any person/staff or agents to sell/promote any of those products/schemes, except those legally available bank services like- accounts, RTGS, NEFT, Net banking, phone banking, fixed deposits, recurring deposits, debit card, credit card and investments like insurance and mutual funds.
It stated that any investments done in the name of the bank beyond its premises, it will not be held responsible and appealed the public to contact the bank for further clarification.

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