Upgradation of schools discussed at DPDB Zunheboto

Dimapur Oct 8 | Publish Date: 10/9/2020 12:41:16 AM IST

 Monthly district planning and development board (DPDB) meeting was held on at DC’s conference hall, Zunheboto on October 8, chaired by DC Peter Lichamo.

According to DIPR report, chairman of DPDB Zunheboto and advisor of School Education, K. T. Sukhalu was also present at the meeting. Meeting discussed on the first agenda to give grant in aid to the following schools, namely Step by Step School, Olympic Higher Secondary School, Bloomfield School, New Era School and Eden School, which was discussed and agreed by all the members. Secondly, two schools under Zunheboto district which were put up to be upgraded to Government Higher Secondary Schools were discussed and the advisor gave assurance that he would do the needful.

K.T. Sukhalu applauded the medical team and District Task Force led by deputy commissioner for doing a commendable job by containing the Coronavirus in Zunheboto district. However, he added that the virus was far from over and asked all the members to make the use of wearing face mask and washing hands a daily routine.

He also felt the need for more TrueNat centres in Zunheboto and that he has spoken to higher authority and the machine is expected to reach Zunheboto soon. He asked the HoDs to make aware the various government schemes and projects to the general public as majority of the people were engaged in agriculture and most remained ignorant about all those schemes and projects.

He also asked the NSDMA department not to keep the files pending but send the cases to the directorate sooner, as due to excess rainfall there have been lot of natural calamities and people were suffering.

Remarking that there were highly qualified teachers in government schools, the advisor appealed field officers to encourage villagers to send their children to government schools. If there is no enrolment in the government schools, then the government has no option but to close down the schools, added the advisor.

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