PASIGHAT,- Army officials meet with GBs
The Sigar Military Station organised a formal meeting on Friday with Gaon Burhas of the near by villages with a purpose to make public army goodwill relation. In the meeting, the military officials led by station Commander and Liaison officer informed the village GBs as to how army can be of villagers’ help during the hour of distress and needs. The military officials also informed the villagers that, the military station will time to time organize career guidance counselling, free health camps, sports related competition and other motivational programmes for youths. Recruitment in army for local youths. Army officials told GBs “We want to bridge the gap between public and military as we are public friendly for the protection of public and nation, but we are often quashed as disgrace to commoners by some anti social elements and their propagators”, said an officer from the military station.
BOMDILA- Mass Panchayat awareness cum interaction programme
Deputy Commissioner Dr. Sonal Swaroop while addressing a first of its kind mass Panchayat awareness cum interaction programme organised on Friday at Bomdila Auditorium stressed on the need for timely and mandatory conduct of Gram Sabhas. An initiative of the DC, the programme was attended by all the HODs, ZPMs, ASMs, GPMs and administrative officers of the West Kameng District. She stressed on the need for further strengthening the Panchayat Raj institution in the state. While highlighting the fact that performance grant to the PRIs are directly linked to their performance vis-a vis revenue generation she underlined the importance of exploring all possible avenues of revenue generation at the Panchayat level. Clarification regarding issuance and renewal of job cards, PEMS launch, importance of opening bank accounts, organic production of agri-horti crops, construction of CC-drain & footsteps technicalities, Aadhar enrolment, making each Gram Panchayat open defecation free etc. were few issues amongst many that were highlighted. The HODs presented the schemes & works being undertaken by their respective departments. Clarifications were provided to the various queries raised by the members.
PASIGHAT- District Coordination meeting
Chairing a Coordination meeting to review the implementation of various flagship programmes in East Siang here on Friday , DC East Siang Tamiyo Tatak, has reiterated on ensuring 100% Adhaar seeding for facilitating the delivery of benefits of various schemes under the social sector to the targeted beneficiaries and also asked the District Statistical Officer (DSO) to expedite Adhaar enrolment by pressing in additional enrolment agencies . With this we can implement DBT at the earliest, he underlined during the meeting. He also asked to attain the goal of Swacch Bharat Mission(SBM), and achieve the target to make the district 100% Open Defecation Free (ODF) at the earliest. He asked for proactive efforts towards the achieving the developmental goals. He also emphasized on geo-tagging of completed projects. On the Agri-allied sector and the various flagship programmes under implementation, the Deputy Commissioner, asked for follow up on the performance of the beneficiaries and the improvement in the economic and productivity level. Explore areas for promoting feasible schemes, he further emphasized.
ZIRO- AYA Award 2017
Apatani Youth Association (AYA) has launched “Project peach tree avenue plantation on Kley River” to protect soil erosion and beautify Ziro valley. Further, AYA has nominated four personalities from different fields and an NGO for ‘AYA Award- 2017’. Film Director Hage D Appa, social worker Rev Tage Donyi, Mrs. India runners up Dr. Duyu Meena Mudang and senior journalist Tongam Rina have been nominated for the award in recognition of their outstanding contribution in their respective fields. Further, AYA Commendation Award- 2017 will be conferred on Tame Yajum (APSC), Dakter Esse (Journalist) and Summir Karmapa (Journalist). AYA has also selected two NGOs, namely SMILE Ziro and All Niichi Niitii Youth Organization, for the award. The awards will be presented during Dree Festival 2017.
ITANAGAR- RHEP alleges NEEPCO
The Ranganadi Hydro Electric Project (RHEP) MoU Demand Committee on Friday has alleged that NEEPCO in a recent meeting with Chief Minister Pema Khandu misled him that there are 179 local employees in group –C & D at RHEP, Yazali at present. In a press conference the Committee said that the data obtained thorough RTI, till date around 50 tribal people from Yazali area were engaged that too in temporary posts by NEEPCO. Accusing the CMD, NEEPCO for misleading the government with false information and also attempting to play with the sentiments of the affected people, the committee cautioned that if NEEPCO fails to furnish the name of bogus employees, it will lodge an FIR against the CMD as well as launch series of bandh calls in the project affected area. The committee also alleged that the ‘NEEPCO is playing the same trick again like before, when they lied to the state government in their “rehabilitation proposal” that no village was uprooted after commissioning of the dam. Once again they have cheated the land donors beyond our belief and expectation by depriving locals of basic legitimate rights including jobs, compensation and other benefits from the project.
ROING-District Level Monitoring Committee meeting
Lower Dibang Valley Deputy Commissioner Deepak Shinde has stressed on proper monitoring of the projects under BADP and other schemes and requested all the executing agencies to maintain standard specification and adhere to the time frame for completion of projects. He said this at a District Level Monitoring Committee (DLMC) meeting held at Deputy Commissioner’s conference hall here on Friday. DC also directed the respective administrative officers for inspection of project in their respective jurisdiction. He also instructed for early shifting of official and staffs at Parbuk and informed that CO office Parbuk will be fully functional soon. He seriously viewed the delay in some projects under BADP 2016-17 and directed the agencies to resolve any problem, if any and start the works immediately. He also said that the project should be monitored properly at levels and reports submitted for assessment.
ITANAGAR- Mobile repairing training camp
Joy7 Foundation organised a week-long comprehensive training on basics of hardware repairing to the intricate IC repairing of mobile phones. The training was organised under the supervision of trained professional Jayanta Das concluded on Friday. In all, 14 trainees were imparted training on classified problems of mother board, dismantling of mobile phone, sensor, mouthpiece or microphone circuit, hardware trouble shooting, display and the integrated circuit repair of the phones. During the valedictory function of the training, Joy7 Foundation Executive Director, advised the youths to become skilled human resource and consider wider aspect of the growing trade sector.
AALO- AVP Advance Training Camp
In all, 82 participants from ten districts, representing ten tribes from 32 circles of the state are taking part in Arunachal Vikash Parishad conducted ten day long Pragat Varg/Advance Training Camp at VKV Jirdin from May 12 to 22. During the camp, value based training on personality development, yoga, meditation, discourses and other co-curricular activities is being conducted for the participants. The camp was attended by Aalo DDI, Gomar Angu, resource persons from Guwahati and HoDs from Aalo.