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Kohima DPDB meeting held

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/16/2019 11:09:37 AM IST

The monthly meeting of Kohima District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) meeting was held at DPDB’s Conference Hall, Kohima on September 16 under the chairmanship of Advisor Urban Development and Municipal Affairs, Dr. Neikiesalie Kire.

According to DIPR, reviewing the last DPDB meeting minutes, grant-in-aid in respect of Christian School, Tseminyu, Old Town, DC Kohima, Gregory Thejawelie informed that the Sub-Divisional District Planning and Development Board, Tseminyu has recommended and forwarded the matter to the board. Therefore, he said, based on the fulfillment of criteria and recommendation, the board has decided to recommend the case for further submission to the government.
The committee for verification of the establishment of Koinonia Baptist School at Kezieke, Kohima, also presented their report stating that feasibility of parking space was available and shared the School plans for the coming academic year and future as well. 
In regard to the departmental profile, the DC has asked the departments which have not submitted their profiles, to submit the reports in the next DPDB meeting. He also reiterated on the restricted use of plastics and requested the members to ensure that people cooperate and make this exercise a success. 
In the meeting, SDO (C) Kohima, Longasen Lotha shared the proposal on institution of district level awards, streamlining of applications/proposals for Governor’s award, inter-departmental sport meet and enforcement of ban on use of single use of plastic. 
After deliberation, the board has constituted two committees to evaluate and work out on these matters. 
During the meeting, three societies presented their concepts and objectives and sought for registration, where the board decided to forward it to the government for further necessary action.

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