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DMC launches trade licence portal, ‘Dumping Free Zone Project’

DMC launches trade licence portal, ‘Dumping Free Zone Project’
(L-R) Tovihoto Ayemi launching the DMC online trade license payment gateway. The ‘Transformer tree’ designed by Mark Medom. (NP)
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, JUL 16 (NPN) | Publish Date: 7/17/2018 12:21:42 AM IST
Dimapur Municipal Council, today, launched a mobile friendly automated DMC online trade license payment gateway (www.dmcnagaland.com) where citizens can obtain new trade licenses, renew existing trade license, and pay trade license fees.
Advisor, department of power, Tovihoto Ayemi who inaugurated the online portal at Don Bosco Higher Secondary Conference Hall on Monday, said that the online portal had been in the offing for a few years and that it was much needed for the business community of Dimapur.
Project manager of Symbios, Hopeto also showed a slideshow presentation on the features of the online trade portal and how traders could apply for trade licenses or make payments. Traders can view their basic information and current year payment information, view their pending renewal fee and pay them by simply entering the trade license details.   
After the launch, Tovihoto Ayemi also inaugurated the ‘Dumping Free Zone Project’ near Rama Krishna Mission Society at Duncan Basti. The area which had been a dumping zone has been beautified with a ‘Transformer Tree’ and benches. Mark Medom designed the ‘Transformer Tree’ which symbolizes life and is made from scrap metal.
Addressing the gathering earlier at Don Bosco Higher Secondary Conference Hall, Tovihoto Ayemi said the business community and the Dimapur Municipal Council were like two sides of a same coin and that the launch of the online portal was one of the most remarkable initiatives taken up by DMC in recent times.
Dwelling on the issue of cleanliness, Tovihoto Ayemi said that though Nagaland ranks as the third dirtiest state in the country, people should not be discouraged and it should instead serve as an eye-opener. He added that people should not always blame, or depend on, the DMC alone but understand that the responsibility of keeping the town clean lies with every individual. He said cleanliness starts at home and in one’s own surroundings.
The program was chaired by director of Pathfinders, Nagaland, Vitono Gugu Haralu; associate pastor, DABA, Imnatoshi said the dedicatory prayer both for the launch of DMC online trade license payment gateway and  the ‘Dumping Free Zone Project’ at Duncan Basti.

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