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Zbto, Phek, DPDB meet held
Published on 15 May. 2011 12:42 AM IST
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DIMAPUR: Zunheboto district planning and development meeting was held on May 9 at D.C’s Conference Hall Zunheboto. The meeting was held under the chairmanship of DC, Zunheboto and vice chairman, T. Kiheto in the presence of minister for roads and bridges, G. Kaito. The house deliberated on seeking permission to set-up Sutsah Academy at Zunheboto; construction of office building of district education office and deputy inspector of school quarter at Zunheboto; dismantling of PHC building at Satakha town and inter departmental tournament. In the meeting, district sports officer highlighted the norms and regulations of sports council for the management of public ground that has been handed over to sports council Zunheboto, followed by discussion with regard to the inter-badminton departmental tournament.
DC T. Kiheto informed all heads of the department to submit the annual performance report to deputy commissioner as directed by the government.
PHEK: Phek district planning and development meeting for the month of May was held at DC’s conference hall Phek, on May 10. The meeting was chaired by the vice chairman and deputy commissioner Phek, Mikha Lomi. The meeting began with presentation of departmental activities by the soil and water conservation and industries department.
Grant in aid to private schools were accepted and recommended by the board.the schools include Royal Foundation school, Phek, Holy Care School, Phek, Kiddies Corner, School, Phek, Christian Mission School, Phek, Baptist Mission, School, Phek village, Shilloi School, Phek Town, Little Star School, Dzulhami, Bodu School, Ruzhazo, Christian Model School, Dzulha, K.Bawe Baptist School, Assembly of God School, Chiesezu, Hill Home School, Thuvopisu and Shilloi Mission School, Waziho. Further, the board also recommended for up-gradation of government middle school to government high school, Waziho.
DEO Phek informed the house stating that the government had made agreement with the villagers when the cement factory was established at Waziho that the school would be upgraded to high school level. However, the agreement was yet to be fulfilled and the people of the area have been requesting the government time and again, he said. In order to give more security to the vehicles passing through the district, the DPDB members agreed to enroll vehicle numbers and designations of officers at the police check gates. This was agreed in view of the recent unfortunate accident and also to keep record of vehicle movements in case of any unwanted incidents in the future. A two-minute silence was observed in the meeting in memory of late DHO Phek, Imyulepdang who passed away on May 2 in a tragic vehicle accident near Lanye.

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