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DLCC meetings held in Mon and Noklak

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 3/30/2021 12:55:45 PM IST

 District Level Coordination Committee (DLCC) Mon under National Tobacco Control Programme (NTCP) held its review meeting on March 23 at DC’s conference hall, Mon. The meeting was chaired by DC Mon, Thavaseelan K.

According to DIPR report, four schools were declared as tobacco free institutions: St. John’s Higher Secondary School; Little Flower School; Christ King School and Don Bosco Higher Secondary School Mon. 

To create awareness on the ill effects of tobacco, the members decided to initially reach out to all the sub divisions of Mon district and later to the village level.

It was also decided that committees would be constituted in all the sub divisions for effective implementation of NTCP.

Further, all schools in the district would be given time till the May 31, 2021 to become tobacco free.

The house also agreed to increase the frequency of enforcement drives so that COPTA 2003 is implemented in letter and spirit. 

Noklak: First DLCC meeting of Noklak district was held at DC’s conference hall, Noklak on March 24.

According to DIPR report, while chairing the meeting, DC Noklak Reny Wilfred said that Noklak had a huge potential in horticulture, aquaculture, handicrafts, agriculture & allied, tourism, etc.

In order to promote the scope of all these, he urged for a concerted effort from the administration, stakeholders, departments, NGOs and farmers.

The agenda discussed were financial inclusion status of Noklak district, current banking challenges in Noklak and priority sector lending targets & customer service point. The house also reviewed on CD ratio of Banks and ACP Targets & achievements.

The house reviewed PMEGP 2020-21 and the targets on PMEGP for 2021-22 including DUDA and DRDA 2020-21, NSRLM credit linkages MUDRA and micro credit, performance of FLCs in the district, performance of Government SSS-PMSBY/PMJJBY/APY and discussion on financial inclusion on block wise MIS/Data. Department specific schemes from DIC agri and allied department were also held including discussions on NABARD and other priority base needs of the district.

In the second session, training on priority sector lending was conducted. The training covered on agriculture loans, MSME (micro, small and medium enterprise) and other priority sector lending on education loan, housing loan, social infrastructure, etc.

The training also covered PMEGP and other Social Security Schemes such as PMSBY, PMJJBY and APY.

Resource persons of the training were district development manager NABARD S.Amarjit Mangang, lead district manager Noklak & Tuensang Mughashe Assumi and branch manager SBI Noklak Neikhoto Tachu. 

The programme was attended by district administrations, representative from Khiamniungan Tribal Council, Khiamniungan Menyiu Hoikam, Khiamniungan Baptist Churches association and departmental officers.

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