Wednesday, May 31, 2023

AH & VS can contribute in economic growth: Kazheto

Advisor, Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services (AH&VS), Kazheto Kinimi said the department being a “major and key” could directly contribute to the economic growth of the state and affect the lives of the rural population.
A press release by the department informed that the advisor said this at an introductory meeting on March 24 at the Conference Hall of Directorate of AH&VS.
Kazheto pointed out that the central government under Prime Minister, Narendra Modi was “placing a huge importance” on the animal husbandry sector, in line of which various schemes and programmes was being initiated. He assured to enforce government policies and also to be the voice of the department in framing policies that would benefit the state.
Seeking the cooperation and support of the officers, Kazheto said his aim was to ensure that the department realises it potentials and do well.
Besides policy implementation, the advisor said he would also focus on streamlining the department by posting the right officers in the right post so that they could deliver and do justice to their assignments. He appealed to the department officers to work more sincerely and work as a team to reach its potential.
Chairing the meeting, director AH&VS, Dr. Nsanthung Ezung expressed hope that the department would attain higher heights of achievement and progress under the leadership of its new advisor.
An overview of departmental activities was highlighted by the additional director, Dr. Thungben Yanthan and a short speech was also delivered by the commissioner and secretary, Vikeyie Kenya, who emphasized on the overall development of the department through the co-operation of all the officers.
The introductory meeting was attended by officers from Medziphema and Kohima, and officers and staffs in the directorate.

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