State News in Brief- Anjaw isolated from Outside World

Anjaw – Isolated from outside world

Rains in Anjaw district has again isolated the region from outside world. Heavy  mud slides at Tidding which is near entry point of the district  and intermittent slides in other areas have made it difficult for travel. As the slide zone has been known to be unsafe during rains, as precautionary measure , an  advisory has been issued by Deputy Commissioner  Anjaw, prohibiting vehicle movement and transhipment of passengers till such time that 48 BRTF gives the green signal allowing movement. Meanwhile although BRTF are  putting in man and machines  for  road clearance  fresh slides are affecting clearance activities .

Roing- Admission starts

AdmissionIn an report from newly established Govt. Model College, Jemi Notko, Jia Village, Principal, shri Munshi Tayeng stated that the admission process of B.A. 1st semester for the new academic session 2016-17 will start from 26th July 2016 (Tuesday) onwards vide Govt. Notification NO.ED/HE/PLG-515.2015.1609-17 Dated 8th July 2016. The Venue of admission is at Govt. Muga Farm, Jia village and the time for admission will be started from 9.30 am to 2.00 pm, the report stated.  The college will initially offer courses in five subjects viz; Elective English, Hindi, Political Science, History and Economics and the experience subject teachers of all the courses are ready to take their respective classes, Munshi Tayeng further informed.

West Kameng-  Orange saplings planted

Thupsung-Dargyeling-MonasteAn awareness program cum plantation drive was conducted at Dirang, where in around 200 orange saplings were planted in the vicinity of Thupsung Dargyeling Monastery. The awareness cum plantation drive was initiated by the Wildlife Warden Kesang Lhamu Khrimey in collaboration with the local NGO Green Revolution Society of Dirang. Lauding the initiative taken by the Wildlife Warden and the Green Revolution Society, ADC D Riba and DFO T Sira exhorted the people to be partners in conservation and aforestation by saving and planting more trees in the locality. Make the future more secure and a better place to live in, they coaxed. Earlier, the Wildlife Warden Khrimey highlighting the purpose of the awareness camp appealed the people to be more eco-conscious and eco-friendly and chip in their bit to make the earth greener.

Tirap- PDS streamline

food-securityTirap Deputy Commissioner Ravi Jha convened a meeting to streamline the various facets of PDS in which EAC, Lazu, EAC, Deomali, CO, Dadam and DFCSO participated. The Deputy Commissioner in his deliberation asked the administrative officers and DFCSO to spare no effort in implementation of the various government schemes vis-a-vis PDS in the interest of the consumers. He asked the administrative officers to be pro-active and check the activities of the stakeholders like petrol pump, FPS etc from time to time. A threadbare discussion was held on Adhar and Account Seeding of NFSA Ration Cards for implementation of DBT (Direct Benefit Transfer), POS (Point of Sale) wherever applicable on the basis of internet connectivity, Open market availability and proximity to Banks. Considering the difficulties of penetration of banking facilities, public transport and market availability a hybrid model of DBT is required in Tirap. FPS based modeling will be done in this regard and the proposals will be sent to the State government.

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