DIMAPUR, FEBRUARY 17: The monthly Kohima District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) meeting was held under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner and Vice Chairman of DPDB Kohima, Gregory Thejawelie on February 17, in presence of MLA, Keneizhakho Nakhro.
On the issue of registration of new societies applied by Jotsoma Nature Conservation Eco Tourism (JNCET), Nakhro stated that the primary objective is to conserve and protect the environment by maintaining the community reserve forest area for the interest of everyone. In this regard, the house decided to direct the area administration officer to verify and get required clarification, and the screening committee to verify the rest of applicants and present their reports in the next meeting.
On the day’s agenda for registration of societies and opening of new school, the house decided to approve and forward the matter to the government for necessary action basing on the Screening committee’s recommendation. The applicants for societies included Agriculture Officers Association, Nagaland, Directorate of Agriculture Department; Beautiful Minds Centre for Child Development located at Lower Bayavü Colony, Kohima and Pfushang Zie Cultural Society, Tesophenyu Village Tseminyu and opening of new school by Beanstalk Pre-School at D Block Colony, Kohima town.
On COVID-19, the chairman highlighted the ongoing vaccination in the district. He said that vaccination for healthcare workers have been conducted successfully and is underway for frontline workers.
On the agenda of development of public park in all district headquarters in Nagaland, District Planning Officer & Member Secretary Kohima, Pudusul Luho informed about the Cabinet decision for construction of public park at Botanical Garden and Nagaland University Campus under Kohima district, where the house also decided to forward it to the government for further action.
In regard to the construction of sub-centre at Mengujuma village-submitted by the Chairman DPDB, Nakhro informed that considering the necessity of public health centre in the area and in order to facilitate their basic requirements, the proposal has been submitted based on the DPDB guidelines, where the House also decided to recommend it to the government.
(Page News Service)