Deputy Commissioner, Mon Dinesh Kumar IAS said in order to avail true census enumerators and supervisors have to go from house to house while recording the details and appealed to all NGOs of the district to assist and extend cooperation to enumerators and supervisors.
Presenting a brief report on census at DPDB meeting on Tuesday he said 2001 census was rejected by the government because of the bogus entries and therefore 2011 census cannot be compared or referred to the 2001 census.
He further directed administrative officers to give wide awareness about National Population Registration (NPR) to village functionaries under their respective jurisdiction.
DC also said that mid-day meal in the district was not implemented effectively and called upon the DEO, and DIS to arrange a meeting to review transportation charge for carrying goods and other issues relating to mid day meal.
Referring to low bank loan recovery rate under the PMEGP, CMCF, etc, chairman said that it was high time to change mind set of the people. Board recommended up-gradation of GPS at Sheanghah Wamsa, Langsa Hill School at Lampong Sheanghah, and Little Flower School at Tizit. It further recommended new construction of DIS office building at Tobu and Grant in aid to Baptist School, Monyakshu Town.
While development of Techa ward in Mon town and development of Tobu Sub-division was forwarded to Chairman DPDB, Mon for necessary action.
Principal Government Higher Secondary School, Mon V.P Singh while informing the house about the admission problems and shortage of science and English teachers, said that one promoted science teacher was replaced by the Arts teacher. Highlighting the lack of Science teachers in Higher Secondary, he said four science teachers were inadequate for 1115 students.
DEO, Mon Thongjabemo Lotha also apprised the board about the innovative programs innitiated by the Deputy Commissioner and Agri & Allied Departments to introduce 2nd phase of Green Revolution in the district.