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DPDB meet held in Mokokchung, Dimapur and Zunheboto
Published on 10 Aug. 2010 12:16 AM IST
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The Mokokchung District Planning & Development Board (DPDB) meeting also finalized the development programmes to be implemented in Mokokchung district during 2010-11 under Local Area Development Plan (LADP).
An official bulletin stated that the LADP schemes to be taken up in the current financial year in all the ten assembly segments were submitted by all the elected members from the district.
Home minister Imkong L. Imchen speaking at the meeting said Rs.50,000 each from all the 10 elected members was set aside to be spent for the development of Japukong and Tzurangkong stating the two ranges in the district need special attention to bring them at par with the rest of the ranges. He also said certain amount from the common pool was earmarked to be spent under the discretion of the chairman of the DPDB and the DC. DC,Mokokchung, Lithrongla G. Chishi said the amount earmarked for the DC would be used improved customary courts in the district and augmentation and maintenance of vital files in the DC’s office which required immediate attention to preserve it.
The meeting also unanimously decided to urge the state government to create SDO (C) Office for Ongpangkong range and a separate rural development block for Tzurangkong range at Merangmen. After discussion the DC, Mokokchung was entrusted to examine with departmental officers whether the present Mayangnokcha Government Higher Secondary School building be kept as a heritage building or bring it down for a new building. The meeting also decided to approach the concern department for sound proofing of Multi Purpose Sports complex, Mokokchung.
Home minister Imkong urged the DC Mokokchung to invite president, Ao Senden to attend the meeting from next meeting as it was the government’s policy to invite all tribal hoho presidents to the DPDB meeting as member of DPDB.
The meeting presided over by chairman of the DPDB, Nuklutoshi was attended among others by Nagaland home minister, Imkong L. Imchen, Er Saku Aier, parliamentary secretary, L.Temjen, advisor, Nagaland Bamboo Development Agency and Sentichuba, C. Apok Jamir, Nungsangyapang all MLAs.
Zunheboto: The monthly DPDB meeting was also held at DC’s Conference Hall, Zunheboto on August 6 under the chairmanship of parliamentary secretary for industries and commerce, Dr. K.C. Nihoshe and deputy commissioner Zunheboto Kiheto as vice chairman.
Welcoming the board members, Kiheto also introduced the new members Yeveyi, district cultural officer including DPDO, Zunheboto.
In the meeting, LADP scheme amounting to 687.75 lakhs was approved unanimously and decided to upgrade St. Augustine school Zunheboto to class VIII.
The chairman informed all government employees of Zunheboto district to compulsorily open their bank account in state bank of India. The house also decided to prepond Ahuna festival cum road show to November 12 to 13 as the festivals usually celebrated on November 4 falls on Sunday. The house further decided that under the ‘Year of Entrepreneur’, all the entrepreneurs have informed to submit their applications addressed to industries and commerce department who have attained the age of 25 to 40 years and passed class 12.
The meeting was attended by all government officials, administrative officers and also Town Council chairman Zunheboto, Huska Yepthomi.
Earlier, departmental activities report was presented by officers from Legal Metrology and from excise department. The next report would be presented from land resources department and transport department.
Dimapur: Local Area Development Plan (LADP) fund for the year 2010-2011 was recommended for approval for Dimapur District at the District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) meeting held at DC’s Conference Hall on August 5.
Dimapur District DPDB chairman and advisor for sericulture and co-operation, Azheto Zhimomi welcoming the board members in the meeting lay out the plan budget submitted by all the five MLAs representing the district for recommendation for approval. The board discussed the agenda and recommended to the government for approval. In the absence of the DC and vice- chairman, ADC Sedevikho Khro conducted the meeting and reviewed the last meeting minutes.
District Education Officer (DEO) Asono Ndang highlighted the activities of the department in the district. DEO also submitted a verification report for permission of opening an IT institute at Christina Memorial School at Aoyimti Village. The board discussed the agenda and forwarded for approval. The department of road and bridges (PWDhas been selected to present their activities in the district in the next board meeting.

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