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High power committee of NFMPS reconstituted

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Dimapur, Oct. 12 (EMN): Assistant Director Information Cell, Secretariat Kepelhoutuonuo Beio has informed that the state government in supersession to the department of Environment, Forest & Climate Change’s notification, notified that it has reconstituted the High Power Committee of the Nagaland Forest Management Project Society (NFMPS) on Sept. 20 with the Chief Secretary as chairperson; Additional Chief Secretary & Development Commissioner, Additional Chief Secretary & Finance Commissioner, Principal Secretary Agriculture Production Commissioner, Principal Secretary EF & CC and Chief Project Director/Chief Executive Officer, NFMP as members; Principal Chief Conservator of Forest & HOFF as member secretary; and pepresentative of JICA as special invitee, civil society/ academia/ research or any other department deemed required as special invitee (2 Nos).
The High Power Committee as per the notification shall be the highest decision making body of the society. A minimum of four members excluding the chairperson shall form the quorum for the meetings of the committee. The committee shall meet at least two times in a year. The powers and functions of the committee shall include: – approval of operational manual of the society, approval of annual budget and accounts of the society, facilitate convergence with other departments and schemes to achieve the objectives of the society, approval of such programmes and plans for furtherance of objectives of the society and any other functions which may be added at a later stage by the High Power Committee.

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