APSC S&T reviews schemes and projects

Itanagar

Arunachal Pradesh State Council for Science & technology (APSCS&T), Department of Science & Technology, Government of Arunachal Pradesh reviewed the schemes and projects undertaken by the Directorate of Science & Technology and Directorate of Remote sensing at conference hall of Science Centre here at IG Park today.

The various important scheme and projects which are undertaken by the department Installation of (2 X 50)Kw uriju in Yomcha Circle of West Siang, Micro Hydel Project, Sanitary Napkin production and training for self sustainability for rural tribal women, Establishment of modern nursery forest regeneration and conservation of economically important plant species at Sibi and Rillung village of Koloriang Circle in Kurung Kumey district, Demonstration of three tier Afro-Forestry system and bamboo drip irrigation alongwith allied activities for self sustainability of tribal people of Doku-Potu village, Establishment of sea Buckthorn nursery at Boha village in Kalaktang circle in West Kameng district, Study on landslide in hill road and approach to control and also the officers review all major schemes and projects undertaken by the department related to other 6 Micro hydel project

Addressing the officers and staffs of both Science & Technology and Remote Sensing Member Secretary cum Scientist, SSTP Division, Directorate of Science & technology, Government of India, New Delhi Er. Ravinder Gaur said that there are various schemes for getting research for women employees of department, Government does not discriminate states in regards of providing of schemes but the schemes and DPR should come properly and timely with all relevant documents.

we are want to support and ready to support said that it is a family and we have to work together to developed Arunachal Pradesh and country as a whole.

The department deal with the basic needs of the society starts with water, food and energy, Government of India is ready to provide all support. Lots of schemes are available and get support form central government.

He appreciated the work done of 6 Micro hydel project by the department in six different locations and few of them which he have visited which have been competed and commissioner and few of them are in running condition. he said.

He further directed the officers and officials to submit the Utilisation certificate (UC) with all relevant documents in proper manner with financial certificate etc for release of balance fund for completion of the ongoing projects in state.

Chairman Bamang Mangha said ‘nothing is possible without support of officers and staffs’.

Appealing the GOI for immediate sanction of the remaining amount of fund of the ongoing projects so as the scheme is completed timely.

He said that GOI have sanction 7  demo projects of Micro Hydel Projects in state, many of them have been completed and commissioned. He said that few scheme  of which DPR have been submitted for consideration of GOI.

Referring to the recent visit of Union Minister of Science & Technology Mangha said that Dr. Harsh Vardhan wanted that project inaugurated by him need to be taken in on priority and fund may be released soon to start the work.

Our initiative should always there for intervention of technology in day to day life and sought creation of infrastructure. Appreciating the concern of the chief Minister Pema Khandu Mangha exhorted the Member Secretary of DST,GOI for his recent inspection and visit to various competed project in West Siang and Tawang.

He requested the officials/scientist and officials of the both directorate to devote their time and energy for development of department and state and nation and maintain team spirit while discharging the duty.

Director and Member Secretary Science & Technology C. D. Mungyak elaborated and briefed about the ongoing and completed schemes, Jt. Director (SRSAC) Legi Tajo, Jt. Director cum Project Director (S&T) Dr. D.J. Mahanta briefed schemes with status report and financial liability through power point presentation. Director Remote Sensing Application Centre (SRSAC) H.K. Dutta, all Deputy Director, Scientist, technical officers, Reserach officers, engineers and officials of both deirectoare were present on the occasion.

 

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