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Part-II: E&S department survey report on amenities in villages

Correspondent KOHIMA, AUG 28 (NPN) | Publish Date: 8/28/2020 6:49:43 AM IST

In continuation, the part-II of the survey report released on August 25 on local, block-level statistics for local level planning (LLP) 2020 by the department of Economics & Statistics highlights about various amenities that are available/lacking in rural areas.

 

Phek district: Phek district has 8 blocks with 95 villages, all of which have Electricity, Road connectivity, Mobile phone service, fair price shop and Water supply (PHED) as on 31 January 2020.

Chizami village under Chizami block has access to 26 basic amenities, which was the highest in the district followed by Meluri village under Meluri block with 25 basic amenities.

The village with the least basic amenities was Shurhoba village under Phek block with only 9 out of 40 amenities.

The villages in Phek district have access to 14.8 % of the State's Government bus and about 4 % of the State's Private bus.

Taxi service was available to 72.6 % of the villages in the district.

According to the report landline phone service was available to 5.2 % of the villages and postal service covers 56.8 % of villages in Phek district.

Villages of Phek district have access to 8.7 % of the State's GPS, 6.3 % of GMS, about 15 % of GHS and 12.5 % of GHSS.

On an average, 9.7 % of the state's private educational institution was found in this district.

51.5 % of its villages have Sub-Centre facility, while Primary Health Centre was available to 22 % of the villages.

One Private Clinic/Hospital was located in a village in Phek district which accounts to about 1 % of the villages.

Veterinary Health Centre facility is available to 21 % of the villages in the district.

10.5 % of the villages in the district have the facility of Village Library, 90.5 % have Village Council Hall and 84.2 % of villages have playground.

About 5 % of the State's Indoor Stadium facility was located in villages of Phek district while 30.5 % of its villages have Marketing Shed and close to 99 % have Anganwadi Centre and Public Toilet facility was available in 57.8 % of the villages in the district.

About 2% of its villages have the facility of Bank and ATM Booth and 8.5 % of the State's Police Station was located in the district, while 4.5% cent of the State's Police Beat Post was located in villages in the district.

Common Service Centre was available in 9.4 % of the villages in Phek district, about 98 % of the villages have Self Help Group and Street Light was available in 26.3 % of the villages.

 

Tuensang district: Tuensang district has 9 blocks, one of the two districts with the highest number of blocks in the State in 117 villages.

As on 31 January 2020, all villages under Tuensang district have road connectivity and Mobile phone service while 99 % of its villages have Anganwadi Centre and Fair Price Shop.

Kuthur village under Chessore block has the highest number of amenities in the district with 23 out of 40, followed by Angangba village under Longkhim block and Tuensang village under Sangsangyu block with 22 basic amenities.

On the other hand, Langa village under Chessore block has the least number of basic amenities with only 3 out of 40 amenities.

About 97 % of its villages are electrified, while three villages Langa village under Chessore block, Pangking village and Thangoun village under Thonoknyu block do not have electricity connection.

The villages in Tuensang district have access to 8.5% of the State's Government bus and about 13 % of the State's Private bus. Taxi service was available in 54.7 % of the villages in the district while Landline phone service connects 17 % of the villages in the district and 40 % of its villages are covered by Postal service.

10.4 % of the State's GPS, 10 % of the GMS, and 8.2% of the GHS are located in the villages of Tuensang district. The share of Private of 6.8 % Educational Institution of the State in Tuensang district was about an average of 6.8%.

 In terms of medical facility in Tuensang district, 56.4 % of villages have Sub-Centre, 8.5 % of villages have Primary health centre and Tuensang village under Sangsangyu block has private clinic/hospital while about 6% of its village has Veterinary health centre.

The survey stated that 24 % of the villages in Tuensang district have village library and 81% have Village Council Hall and about 83 % of villages have playground.

It disclosed that 2.8% Indoor Stadium facility was accessible to villages in the district, while 31.6 % of its villages have Marketing Shed.

PHED Water Supply was available in 95.7 %of the villages in Tuensang district and 60.6 % of its villages have Public Toilet facility.

Bank and ATM Booth are not available in the villages under Tuensang district while 8.5 % of the State's Police Station and 13.6 % of the State's Police Beat Post are located in the villages of Tuensang district.

Common Service Centre was available at 9.4 % of the villages in Tuensang district, 96.5 % of villages have Self Help Group and about 27 % of its villages have Street Light.

A comparison of blocks within Tuensang district shows that among the 9 blocks, Longkhim block has maximum access to basic amenities and Noklak block has the minimum number of basic amenities.

 

Wokha district: Wokha district has 7 blocks with 133 villages and except Ronren village under Wokha block all other villages in the district have been electrified as on 31 January 2020.

Two villages, Mithehe under Changpang block and Yanlum under Ralan block receive electricity supply from the neighbouring Assam State Government.

All villages in the district are connected by road except one Ekhyo village under Wokha block. Amongst the 133 villages, Chukitong village under Chukitong block and Ralan Old village under Ralan block have the maximum number of basic amenities followed by Merapani village under Bhandari block and Sungro village under Sanis block. On the other hand, Ronren village under Wokha block has the least access to basic amenities.

The report stated that 10.6 % of the State's Government buses ply in the villages of Wokha district, while about 3 % of the State's private buses ply within the district and 33 % of the villages in the district have access to taxi service.

According to the survey, Wokha district has 100 % mobile phone service connectivity in the villages of Wokha district and Postal service was available to 30.8 % of its villages .

In educational sector, 11.7 % of the State's GPS, 7.6 % of GMS, 9.3 % of GHS and about 6 % of GHSS are located in the Wokha district. Out of the State's total private educational institutions, 6 % are found in the villages under the district.

In terms of medical facility in the district, 27.8 % of the villages have Sub-Centre, 6.7 % villages have Primary Health Centre and 0.7 % of the villages have Community Health Centre.

Veterinary Health Centre was available to 5.2 % of the villages in Wokha and village Library facility was available to 3 % and 82% have Village Council Hall and 61.6 % of the villages have Playground.

2.8 % of the State's Indoor stadium facility was located in the villages in this district, while 33 % of the villages have Marketing Shed facility.

89.4 % of the villages in Wokha district have Anganwadi Centre and 95.4 % have Fair Price Shop.

PHED Water Supply was available in 91 % of the villages in the district and 50.3 % of the villages have access to Public Toilet.

Bank, ATM Booth facility and Police Station are available in only in Ralan Old village under Ralan block while 6.7 % of the villages in the district have Common Service Centre facility and Self Help Group was found in 94.7 % of the villages and Street Light was available in 33 % of the villages in Wokha district.

As per the survey, Sanis and Wokha blocks avail maximum number of basic amenities within Wokha district. Changpang block avails the minimum basic amenities. 

 

Zunheboto district: Zunheboto district has 8 blocks with 169 villages with second highest number of villages in the state, all of which have been electrified, connected by road and mobile phone service, have Village Council Hall, Anganwadi Centre, fair price shop and Self Help Group as on 31 January 2020.

Lumami village under, Akuluto block has the maximum amenities in the district followed by Lazami village and Pughoboto village both under Ghathashi block while Yesheluto village under Akuhaito block, T/Nasami village under Satakha block, Khuvuxu village under Satoi block and Kumishi 'A village under Suruhoto block have the least number of basic amenities in the district.

About 10.6 % of the State's Government buses connect the villages of Zunheboto district and about 3.4 % of Private bus of the state ply in the villages.

The villages in this district are well connected by Taxi service accounting to about 99 % of the villages in Zunheboto district and the the maximum coverage by taxi service vis-a-vis other districts in Nagaland.

0.5 % of the villages have Landline service, while about 32 % of the villages are covered by Postal service.

13.7 % of the State's Government Primary School, 13.3 % GMS and about 7 % of GHS are located in the villages of Zunheboto district.

One each of Primary School, Middle School and High school in the Private sector are located in Lazami village under Ghathashi block

34.3 % of the villages in the district have Sub-Centre facility while 4.7 % of villages have Primary Health Centre and about 0.6 % of villages have Community Health Centre.

Veterinary Health Centre was available in 7.6 % of the villages in the district and close to 22 % of villages in the district have the facility of Village Library and about 99 % of the villages have Playground.

2.8 per cent of the State's Indoor Stadium facility was available in the villages in Zunheboto district, while about 37 % of villages have Marketing Shed.

Water Supply (PHED) was available in about 96 % of the villages in the district and about 3 % of the villages have Public Toilet.

Bank facility was available only in Pughoboto village under Ghathashi block while one ATM Booth facility was available in Lumami village under Akuluto block. 11.4 % of the Police Station was located in the villages under Zunheboto district along with one Police Beat Post at Satoi village under Satoi block.

7 % of the villages in the district have the facility of Common Service Centre and 12.4 % of its villages have Street Light.

Director of economics and statistics Y Sacheo Ovung during the release of the survey report will be the most important document for all leaders to know whether the villages are enjoying the basic required amenities.

The Director urged the officers and staff of the department and statisticians to devote time to provide reliable statistics to the government because wrong statistics would be very dangerous.

 

Kiphire district: Kiphire district has 5 blocks with 93 villages, all of which have Road connectivity and Mobile phone service

As on January 31 2020, Amikioro village under Khongsa block was the only village in the district without electricity while Chomi village and Pungro village under Pungro block along with Seyochung village under Sitimi block were observed to avail the highest number with 18 basic amenities in the district.

About 4 % of the State’s Government bus and close to 4 % of the State’s Private bus were available to the villages in the district.

Also, nearly 42 % of the villages in Kiphire district have access to Taxi service and there was no Landline phone service in the district, however, mobile phone service are availed by all 93 villages of Kiphire district.

Postal service covers close to 28 % of the villages and in educational facility, 6.6 % of the State’s GPS, 5.5 % each of GMS and GHS and 6.2 % of GHSS are in Kiphire district.

The State’s total share of private educational institution located in the district was 1.5 % and about 32 % of the villages in this district have the facility of sub-centre, 4.3 % of the same have PHC.

However, there was no CHC or private clinic/hospital available in the villages of Kiphire district. 2 % of its villages have Veterinary Health Centre, while 10.7 % of the same have Village Library. Village Council Hall is an amenity available to nearly 70 % of the villages in this district and about 78 % of the same have Playground facility.

Out of the total number of the State’s Indoor Stadium, 2.8 % are available in the villages of Kiphire district and 25.8 % of its villages have Marketing Shed.

Close to 85 % of its villages have Anganwadi Centre and Fair Price Shop was available to about 90 % of the same. Water supply was available to 94.6 % of the villages in Kiphire district and 54.8 % of the same have Public toilet.

Bank and ATM Booth facilities were not available to any village under Kiphire district and the State’s share of Police station located in villages under this district was 2.8 % and the same for Police Beat Post was 4.5 %.

5.3 % of villages have the facility of Common Service Centre, 97.8 % of the same have Self Help Group and 9.6 % have Street Light.

Among the 5 blocks under Kiphire district, on average, Longmatra block has maximum accessibility to basic amenities while Khongsa block has minimum accessibility to basic amenities.

Based on the findings of the survey, Kiphire district was seen to be the district with the least access to basic amenities relative to other districts in Nagaland.

 

Longleng district: Longleng district has the least number of 3 blocks in 40 villages. As on January 31 2020, electricity, road connectivity and mobile phone service are available to all villages in the district. Out of these villages, Yachem village and Yongshei village under Longleng block have the maximum number of amenities with 21 basic amenities, followed by Pongo village under Sakshi block with 19 basic amenities.

On the other hand, Sanglu village under Longleng block has the least number of basic amenities.

The villages in Longleng district are connected by 12.7 31 of the State’s government bus and about 1 % of the state’s private bus, while 37.5 31 of villages in the district have access to Taxi service.

Postal service covers 62.5 31 of the villages, while Landline phone service was not available in any part of the district.

3.6 % of state’s GPS, 2.3 % of GMS and 6 % of GHS are located in the district. The share of the State’s private educational institution in this district was about 3.5 %.

Out of the total villages 35 % have Sub-Centre facility, 10 % have Primary Health Centre and 2.5 % of its villages have private clinic/hospital. There was no Community Health Centre in the district. About 5 % of the villages have Veterinary Health Centre.

Village library was availed by 45 % of the villages in Longleng district, 57.5 % have Village Council Hall and 65 % of its villages have Playground.

37.5 % of the villages in Longleng district have Marketing Shed, while there was no Indoor Stadium in the district.

Anganwadi Centre was available in 92.5 % of the villages in Longleng district, while 97.5 % have fair price shop and 87.5 % of the villages in Longleng district have water supply connectivity and 47.5 % have access to Public Toilet.

There are no Bank or ATM Booth available in the villages in Longleng district while 2.8 % of the state’s police station and 9 % of the state’s police beat post are located in the district.

20 % of its villages have Common Service Centre, 95 % have Self Help Group and 50 % of its villages have the facility of Street Light.

An intra-district comparison with respect to availability of basic amenities in different blocks under Longleng district shows that, on an average, Sakshi block has maximum access to basic amenities while Tamlu block has minimum access.

 

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