Dimapur, November 10: The Zunheboto DPDB meeting for the month of November was held on November 10 at town hall Zunheboto adhering to SOP under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner and vice chairman DPDB, Peter Lichamo.
As proposed in the previous board meeting on upgradation of GMS Amiphoto to high school, DEO briefed the house on the details of the institute, qualifying the criteria for upgradation. The board decided to forward the proposal for further procedures.
The house also, after thorough deliberation, decided to forward an application for registration of Covenant Kids Academy school to the concerned directorate for further process. The house unanimously decided to recommend for recognition of urban centre at Akuluto town.
Deputy Commissioner, after thorough discussion with the board, reminded EE PWD on the point raised on several occasions about the poor road conditions under their jurisdictions, that the department’s presence should be felt by the people.
The meeting concluded with the chairman greeting the members for the Ahuna festival.
The monthly Wokha District Planning and Development Board meeting was held on November 9 in the DC’s conference hall, Wokha under the chairmanship of DC Wokha, Orenthung Lotha.
Principal Mt. Tiyi College, Libanthung Ngullie presented the activities of the college through power point where he stated that Mount Tiyi College is the only Government College in Wokha District, established in 1974 as a private college which initially provided PU (Arts) course under NEHU, and later upgraded to degree level in 1979. The college was taken over by the State Government in 1987, and affiliated to the Nagaland University in 1995. He said that the college is committed to educate the students from all backgrounds helps them explore possibilities, advance knowledge and engage them in self and social growth.
Executive Engineer, PHED informed departments wanting to avail new pipeline/ water connection to submit application for the same.
ADC & Administrator Wokha Town Council informed the board that proposal for construction for approach roads leading to important locations within the town area have already been submitted to Department of Urban Development for consideration.
(Page News Service)