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Several developmental projects discussed at Dimapur DPDB meeting

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Monthly meeting of the Dimapur District Planning and Development Board in progress in the DC’s conference hall on October 10.

Dimapur, Oct. 10 (EMN): Several developmental projects were discussed and approved at the monthly meeting of Dimapur District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) held in the DC’s conference hall on October 10 under the chairmanship of the Deputy Commissioner and vice chairman of DPDB, Dimapur, Kevekha Kevin Zehol.
An update from DIPR informed on Thursday that registration of Grace and Care Foundation at Zhimomi Automobile Building, 3rd Mile near Chekiye gate, proposal for Grace Mission School upgrade, and opening of new residential school at Doyapur village in Dimapur were examined and recommended. It added that the registration of RO Water Manufacturer and Supplier Association at United North Block Section A, Burma Camp, Dimapur, was approved in principle but subjected to verification of necessary certificate from concerned authorities.

The board also discussed registration of St. Mary of Angels Society, BZ Entertainment (Drama and Film Society) of Nagaland, Japu Welfare Society and approved the same for recommendation. It endorsed registration of City-Tech Computer Institute in Dimapur while the proposed registration of Word of Faith Ministry was deferred to the next meeting with a directive to submit more specific information about the organisation.

Opening of new Government Primary School at P Vizheto village in Niuland sub-division was also examined and approved by the house, informed the update.

The board also constituted Verification Committee for Local Area Development Programme (LADP) 2019-20 and Technical Committee for Iconic Projects under LADP 2019-20 during the meeting. Horticulture department made a power point presentation about its activities and District Aids Prevention and Control Units (DAPCU) highlighted HIV/AIDS scenario in Nagaland.

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