Govt allocates additional Rs. 5L to DPDBs

Govt allocates additional Rs. 5L to DPDBs
Kohima DPDB meeting in progress under the chairmanship of advisor RD, Dr. Neikiesalie Nicky Kire on July 15. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/16/2019 11:16:39 AM IST

Advisor Rural Development, Dr. Neikiesalie (Nicky) Kire, who is also the chairman of Kohima District Planning and Development Board (DPDB), said that the State government has allotted an additional Rs. 5 lakh to all DPDBs. 

Informing this to the members of DPDB Kohima at the monthly meeting at DPDB’s conference hall, Kohima on July 15, the advisor said he will take up with the government for proper direction and timely implementation of DPDB’s programme especially the Village Adoption Committee (VAC) programme, DIPR report stated.  

Dr. Nicky also reiterated on sharing the annual activity of Kohima DPDB Village Adoption Committee programme to other district’s DPDBs by visiting them. 

He said under the VAC programme, the activities undertaken in different colonies, wards and villages were beneficial to the society. In the meeting, the house recommended the proposed five societies for registration as verified by the Verification Committee and decided to forward it to the government for further necessary action.

In regard to opening of Koinonia Baptist School at Keziekie, Kohima, the house deliberated on the matter and decided to conduct site verification to find out the feasibility of opening the school at the area keeping in line with the congestion of traffic issue in town areas. 

President of Kohima Village Student Union, Kikrukhrielie Khezhie gave a power point presentation on “Save Dzüvürù” under Clean Kohima. In his presentation, he shared the action plan of KVSU to save ‘Dzüvürü River’ in three phases with clean-up and awareness, re-enforcement of river banks and beautification of the river and further sought suggestions and helping hand from the members for successful implementation of the project.

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