Dimapur, December 22: The Nagaland Forest Management Project (NFMP) conducted a training workshop for its 11 Divisional Management Units (DMUs) and 22 Field Management Units (FMUs) and the Project Management Unit (PMU) on the topic “Micro-plan and Annual Implementation Planning” at State Environment and Forestry Training Institute (SEFTI), Dimapur on December 18.
The training workshop opened with a discussion on “District Forest Management Plan” led by the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and Head of Forest Force Nagaland Panger Jamir IFS and Additional PCCF( territorial) M.M. Ngullie IFS. Technical sessions on micro-planning, annual implementation and accounting procedures were conducted on the day.
Temjenyabang IFS, Conservator of Forests (Publicity & Training) talked about the JFMC structuring, while on the topic of micro-plan preparation (PRA exercise, focus group discussion, transect walk and Village Biodiversity Register) Dr Keneilhoutuolie Miacheo IFS, Conservator of Forests (Southern Territorial Circle) was the resource person. The consultant group ‘Tripurainfo’ discussed in detailed about the income generation activities and Livelihood security.
The session on accounting procedures was conducted by Chartered Accountants, Sanjay Jain & Associates while Ango Konyak, Deputy Project Director, NFMP talked on “Operation manual” and “Annual Action Plan.”
The programme was chaired by Supongnukshi IFS, Project Director NFMP. The training workshop concluded with closing remarks from Dharmendra Prakash IFS, Chief Project Director, NFMP.
The Annual Report of NFMP for the year 2017-18 was released by the Principal
Chief Conservator of Forests and Head of Forest Force Nagaland during the programme.
(Page News Service)