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Wokha DPDB approves LADP

Nagaland News

Dimapur, June 10: Wokha District Planning & Development Board approved the Local Area Development Programme (LADP) for the year 2022-23, during the monthly Wokha District Planning & Development Board meeting held on June 9 at DC’s Conference Hall, Wokha. The meeting was chaired by DC, Orenthung Lotha.
Public Health Engineering Department (PHED) highlighted the status report on Engorotchu Water Supply Plan, which was inaugurated on October 12, 2018. Executive Engineer Wokha, Imnazulu Ao said that with the installation of Engorotchu water plant and Etsutchuckha, the department is providing seven hundred and twelve (712) numbers of the household consumers within Wokha town and the department is trying its best to increase the number of households.
Advisor for Law & Justice and Chairman DPDB, Dr. Chumben Murry said that the citizens of Wokha town are facing insufficient water supply.
He urged the department to improve and increase the total number of consumer households as there are around seven thousand plus households within the town.
He said that the district needs to change the standard of education scenario to give a healthy result, he suggested the Department forms an Education Committee with prominent educationist from the district, Lotha Hoho, Eloe Hoho, LSU, and other stakeholders of the district to improve the education system in the district to give positive results.
District Education Officer, Wokha, N. Wopenthung Lotha while highlighting the District HSLC/HSSKLC result 2022, said the Pass percentage of Government High School is just 19.6% and HSSLC is 54.4%.
Advisor to Chief Minister for Horticulture & Border Affairs, Mhathung Yanthan said that to improve the performance of HSLC and HSSLC result the district needs to organize/workshops to identify the loopholes, the board decided to organize a seminar before June 15 which the department of Education was entrusted to organise the programme. The board also welcomed the new members SDEO/DEO, N. Wopenthung Lotha, and DLRSO Wokha, Mhonthung Y. Jami.
(Page News Service)