Itanagar- Skyone airlines helicopter made an emergency landing
A helicopter of Skyone airlines with eight people on board, including six crew members, made an emergency landing in Assam’s Nagaon district on Thursday following a technical snag. The MI-172 helicopter which took off from Guwahati for Itanagar around 10.30 am had to make emergency landing after minutes of flying. The copter landed safely at Nehrubali helipad in Nagaon district. Authorities of Skyone airlines informed the department about the incident verbally without elaborating on the nature of the technical snag. The Nagaon district administration had arranged a vehicle for the two passengers for Itanagar, the officer said, adding a technical team from Guwahati would arrive soon to the site to rectify the snag.
An Environment Capacity Building Programme on Inclusive Education of the Disabled at Secondary Level (IEDSS) was held the day before at Government Secondary School, Rama Camp under Dirang administrative circle in the district. Underscoring the importance of the quality aspect of the schools, Deputy Commissioner Sonal Swaroop opining that education is the passport to the future, exhorted the students to give their hundred percent in studies. She called for laying the foundation of their future through education. Later, she declared that Government Secondary school Rama Camp has been selected and proposed as the Model School in the district in compliance to the state government directives. Earlier, DPC (RMSA) L.D Komu initiating the discussion highlighted on the purpose of the training programme. Speakers including ADC Dirang D Riba and DDSE DW Kharma called for cooperation from the villagers, parents and the PRI leaders for the development of the schools concerned and also the need for its community ownership. BEOs N.G Bapu and Tsering Dondup highlighted on the means and ways of Inclusive education and also on the norms required for affiliation of the schools with the CBSE.
Awareness training to sensitize girls under POSCO Act, drug abuse, health and hygiene and self-defense was conducted at Koyu and Mebo by the Gender Coordinator, SSA District Mission, Obit Jamoh where hundreds of girl students of Koyu Govt HSS and residential school at Koyu and Memo Govt HSS school, Mebo UPS and UPS Romdum at Mebo actively participated. In both the places, Gender Coordinator Jamoh delivered lecture based on the motive of the training program and its importance. At Koyu, the training was formally inaugurated by the EAC Starlie Jamoh and Dr. Bomsi Koyu, MO and taekwondo master Oti Pegu imparted the training as resource persons. At Mebo, Dr. Tallom Pertin, MO, Elizabeth Mazumder (DDSE’s office) and taekwondo master Oti Pegu imparted the training program as resource persons. Principal, HSS Mebo Apak Perme also spoke and shared his views on the occasion.