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Dimapur DPDB meeting held
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Published on 6 Mar. 2011 1:06 AM IST
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The monthly meeting of Dimapur district planning and development board (DPDB) was held on March 5 at the conference hall of the DC Dimapur.
The meeting was chaired by the vice chairman and DC, Moangwati Aier. The chairman appraised the house on the ongoing census enumeration 20011 in the district, whereby he said there are 804 enumerators, 120 supervisors and 21 master trainers for Dimapur district out of which the 439 comprised government teachers and 134 were ladies.
Citing the enormous participation of womenfolk, DC said women empowerment was really working in the district and also said approximate population was about to be 3,39,000 (3 lakhs thirty nine thousands) and 185 homeless populations. He also said the revision round from March 1-5 enumerators and supervisor have work for the entire 5 days to include the newborn and to delete the death in the district.
He added that the district has completed entire enumeration exercise and supervisors and master trainers were verifying the schedules to be submitted to the charge officer on March 8t He further said that the principal charge officer shall send it to registrar general of census Delhi on March 9 and also a copy to director of Census. He also said that enumerators have started filling up the page total (the Exact Population) of each enumeration blocks.
The general manager, district industries centre (DIC) Dimapur, E. Jon Ezung also highlighted the department activities in the District. The Board also reviewed the last meeting minutes. In the meeting three progressive farmers from Dimapur district submitted an application for power tillers and tractor under CM Corpus Fund where the board deliberated the subject and further forwarded to the Government for consideration.

 
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