Dimapur, March 13 (EMN): The monthly District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) meeting of Dimapur district for the month of March was conducted on March 13 in the deputy commissioner’s conference hall in Dimapur. A DPRO report on Tuesday updated The deputy commissioner of Dimapur, Sushil Kumar Patel, who is also the vice chairman of DPDB, Dimapur thanked department heads and district administrative officers for rendering their services efficiently during the recently concluded elections.
HoDs were reminded to keep their offices open from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. He also directed them to inform him if they are to go out of station.
With regard to the agenda for opening secular college at Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School, the house decided to forward to the government, as the required documents were found ready in all aspects. The board also approved for forwarding the proposal for registration of PHINJEM to the government.
In the meeting, a representative from Toka Multipurpose Co-operative Society Ltd. Dimapur informed the house of the society’s CSR projects of setting up mini science centres and establishing sanitary vending machines at Dimapur as pilot region. If the concern authority provides space and electricity, the projects can be implemented by the society with the other expenses being borne by them, the society informed.
In response, DC has directed DEO to see for available class rooms for setting up of mini science centres.
Also, Wokha DPDB conducted a monthly meeting on March 13 at deputy commissioner’s conference hall in Wokha.
Presiding over the meeting, the vice chairman of the board Manazir Jeelani Samoon, who is also a deputy commissioner of the district thanked the head of offices, SP, sector magistrate, flying squad teams and district administration and others involved in peaceful and successful conduct of the 13th Nagaland State Assembly election.
The chairman requested the district transport officer to urgently convene a meeting with members of the road safety committee to work out the modalities for improvement of the town’s roads extension of town road from Police Point to DC’s office junction.
Deprtment of PWD (R&B) presented department’s activities. District education officer, Wokha has been asked to present a power point of the department’s activities in the next meeting.
Taking note of the poor attendance during meeting, the chairman warned of action on any member, failing to attend two consecutive meetings.