KTDSSU inspects government institutions

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/26/2019 12:14:40 PM IST

Kiphire-Tuensang District Sumi Student’s Union (KTDSSU) carried out an inspection in all the government institutions within its jurisdiction from August 18 to 22. 

A press release from KTDSSU president, Kakika Z Sumi stated that, inspection of government schools were disappointing because of poor functioning. As such, the team listed the absent teachers who are keeping proxy without proper authorization from DEO & SDEO. Explanation letter will be served to defaulting teachers, individually, for which KTDSSU asked all the concern teachers to co-operate.

KTDSSU also learnt that Rural Development (RD) and Veterinary Department, Sitimi town and SDEO office and Soil office, Seyochung town were not functioning well, whereby the  concern officers and staff have been asked to be stationed at their posting place and carry out their duties. Union also beseeched the deputy commissioner to examine the issue at earliest.

KTDSSU further asked all the departments to take record of their quarters as many government quarters were being occupied by individuals while the staffs of various departments have to suffer for accommodation. 

KTDSSU also stated that it will supervise all the developmental activities within its jurisdiction and has asked all village heads and town chairman under KTDSSU jurisdiction to intimate the union’s office before issuing the completion certificate of any kind of developmental activities. 

The union also informed all the BLOs to be careful on any kind of censure or ratificationto ensure that all the eligible and genuine persons are being enrolled and counted. KTDSSU informed the BLOs to submit photocopy of the submitted document to KTDSSU office.

During its inspection the KTDSSU found the public health centre (PHC) at Sitimi and Seyochung functioning remarkably. In this regard, KTDSSU appreciated Dr. Holiba Sangtam and staff of PHC Sitimi town for construction of new building with his own contribution. It also extended appreciation to the four churches of Sitimi town for sponsoring and constructing waiting shed at PHC Sitimi town.


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