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Dimapur DC office to undergo renovation

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Advisor Kudecho Khamo, Er. Sungtiba Amer, Executive Engineer (CAWD) and others inspecting DC office complex Dimapur on Wednesday.

Temporary office soon at STI Purana Bazaar

DIMAPUR, AUGUST 16: To accommodate the renovation of the existing Deputy Commissioner’s office in Dimapur, the district administration will temporarily function from the Survey Training Institute (STI) located at Purana Bazaar.
While there are no definite timelines yet, Advisor to CAWD & Taxes Kudecho Khamo on Wednesday inspected the alternative site at STI, Purana Bazaar.
According to a press release from the Advisor’s office, Khamo said that a new DC office complex will be constructed with state-of-the-art facilities due to which an alternative DC office will soon function at STI, Purana Bazaar.
Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC), Dimapur, Mhalo Humtsoe said that the proposed alternative site at STI, Purana Bazaar, under the Department of Land Records and Survey, was approved during the District Planning & Development Board meeting.
The ADC expressed hope that the ongoing renovation works at the alternative site would make it feasible for setting up of the temporary DC office at the earliest possible.
Sungtiba Amer, Executive Engineer (CAWD), said that reconstruction of the existing DC office complex has been sanctioned. The new complex, once reconstructed, would house around 8 Departments and will come with more than 150 parking spaces, it was informed.
Also, the Advisor, along with CAWD officials, inspected various General Administration (GA) works under Chümuokedima and Dimapur districts. He visited ADC office, Medziphema, EAC office, Seithekema, new DC office, Chümoukedima and DC office, Dimapur.
This is the Advisor’s third phase of visit in Nagaland after taking in charge of CAWD. As part of the tour, Khamo is visiting all districts in a phase-manner to inspect the various works under General Administration and also to understand the challenges faced by the administration in the State, it stated.
(Page News Service)