Saturday, September 30, 2023

Kohima DPDB approves LADP 2023-24

District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) Kohima has approved Local Area Development Programme (LADP) 2023-24 at the monthly meeting held at DPDB’s conference hall, Kohima on August 16.
A DIPR report informed that the meeting was held under the chairmanship of advisor of Prison, Printing and Stationery, Er. Kropol Vitsu.

After the approval by the board, Er. Kropol emphasized the importance of the LADP, which compiles various developmental activities and schemes in alignment with the guidelines set by the Planning department. He encouraged all members to actively engage in their respective areas to facilitate holistic development within the district.

Also speaking at the meeting, Kevipodi Sophie, MLA emphasized the prudent utilization of LADP funds to ensure the successful execution of the programme.

He said that the verification committee should collaborate with elected members whenever necessary.
Additionally, the board also discussed the registration of societies, and recommended the following societies to the government for further action: Nagaland Police Family Welfare (Old Minister’s Hill, Kohima), Dzüleke Eco-Tourism Board (Dzüleke Village, Kohima), Nagaland Handball Association (Khikha Rüleizou, Kohima), and Alumni Association, St Joseph’s College (Jakhama).

For Nagaland Dental Welfare Association (Peraciezie, High School Junction Kohima), the board decided to review the matter for further clarification.
Administrator of Kohima Municipal Council (KMC), Lanusenla L. Peseyie, delivered a comprehensive presentation on the council’s activities. The next DPDB meeting will feature a presentation from the Veterinary department.
SDPDB meeting in Pungro

Sub-Divisional Planning and Development Board (SDPDB) Pungro held its monthly meeting at the Cultural Hall on August 16. The meeting was graced by advisor for Fire & Emergency Services, Home Guards & Civil Defence, Relief, and Rehabilitation, S. Kiusumew Yimchunger.

The meeting commenced by reviewing the minutes of the previous meeting and introduction of new members. Various subjects were deliberated upon, including the construction of a veterinary center at Khongsa, the expedited commissioning of an office, and the proposal for an Eklavya Model Residential School (EMRS) in Khongsa block. Discussions also touched on infrastructure development, road construction, and the establishment of administrative circles to further enhance the region’s amenities.

The meeting concluded with a presentation on the activities of the National Rural Livelihood Mission (NSRLM) and encouragement from EAC Pungro Yitachu Thurr for active participation from members to uplift the welfare of the community.


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