CSUK elects new office bearers
Kohima, February 15 (MExN): The Chang Students’ Union Kohima elected its new team of office bearers for the term 2010-2013, headed by W.B Mongko as president, Langachuba as general secretary and Yemsen as finance secretary. Advisory Board comprises of S. Kümchumong, Onglingaku, Er. N. Imti and further informed all the fresher tribal students to register to the union.
DMC directs on Sunday market
Dimapur, February 15 (MExN): It has come to the notice of the Dimapur Municipal Council that most of the vendors/shopkeepers are found selling goods on public footpath at City Clock Tower area, especially on ‘Sunday’ causing inconvenience to the church goers and causing traffic conjunction. As such, they are asked to stop this practice specially running vendors on the footpath which is causing health hazard on the roadside. Failing to comply with the direction, the DMC concern authority will be bound to take appropriate action which may lead to seizure of items found selling on the roadside. This order will be enforced with immediate effect, stated an order issued by DMC CEO Imtirenla Jamir.
Dimapur, February 15 (MExN): The Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) has stated that most of the tenants, especially at New Market, Old Market, Millennium Market, and Hazi Park Market are found running their business without displaying their stall number in their respective stalls, which is creating complication while collecting house rent. This was based on the report received from the House Rent Collector. A press note issued by Imtirenla Jamir, chief municipal officer, DMC thereby directs all tenants to display their respective stall number which was allotted to them by DMC. “Failing to comply with this, DMC will be bound to take appropriate action which may lead to imposition of heavy penalty,” further warned the note.
Finance Department informs
Kohima, February 15 (DIPR): Referring to the Finance Department OM of even number dated 30.01.2012 on the Budget speech of the Finance Minister for 2012 the Department has issued an Office Memorandum on February 15 reminding all the Department to expedite the matter of submission of materials for the Budget Speech of Finance Minister for 2012 immediately. In this regard, the Officer-on-Special Duty (General), V. Kezo has requested all the departments to submit the material in both hard and soft copy. Those departments that have already submitted without soft copy are also requested to re-submit along with a soft copy at the earliest. Departments that have already submitted materials need not respond to the Office Memorandum.
HRLN Nagaland office shifted
Dimapur, February 15 (MExN): The Office of the Human Rights Law Network, Nagaland Chapter is shifted from Dimapur to Kohima. The HRLN, Nagaland will continue organizing workshops on legal rights, women and child rights and public hearings, besides giving free legal advice on denial / violations of human rights and taking up litigation for genuine poor people. The office of the HRLN, Nagaland is located at 217, Kenuozou Colony, Don Bosco School Road, Kohima. HRLN, Nagaland Co-ordinator Rosemary Dzuvichü can be contacted on 8974248224 and HRLN Advocate Zhevi Swu can be contacted on 8974933483 or contact us at Email :firstname.lastname@example.org. This was informed in a press release issued by HRLN-Nagaland Coordinator, Rosemary Dzuvichü.
KDSEA meeting on Feb 17
Kohima, February 15 (MExN): General consultative meeting of the Kohima District Selected Entrepreneurs Association (KDSEA) selected under the ‘Year of Entrepreneur’ (YOE) is scheduled to be held on February 17 at the Conference Hall of the LCS building, near Ao church, Kohima at 2:00 PM (sharp). The meeting will discuss important topics pertaining to the YOE programme. Therefore all the selected entrepreneurs under the YOE from Kohima district are requested to make it convenient to attend the meeting compulsorily. Any member who fails to attend the said meeting shall not be supported by the KDSEA in any form, stated a press release issued by KDSEA President, Michael Kekhriesetuo .
Mokokchung Municipal Council wards enhanced
Kohima, February 15 (DIPR): Nagaland Chief Secretary, Lalthara has stated in a notification that the number of Wards under the Mokokchung Municipal Council had been enhanced from 15 (fifteen) to 18 (eighteen) numbers vide Notification No. TC/HOME-36/76 (Pt.-II) dated 17/08/2009 by creation of the following 3 (three) Wards: Marepkong Ward, Mongsenphai Ward and Lijabalijen Ward. And whereas, it subsequently came to light that the said increase in the number of Wards were inadvertently undertaken without observing the procedural requirements for such an increase in Wards, as provided in the Nagaland Municipal (Delimitation of Wards) Rules, 2003. Therefore, the Government of Nagaland has ordered that the creation of the 3 (three) new Wards concerned under the Mokokchung Municipal Council is kept in abeyance till such time the 2011 Census is finalized.
N&RE informs to bio-gas beneficiaries
Kohima, February 15 (MExN): The beneficiaries of biogas unit are informed that biogas stove (single) with water remover is now available with department of new & renewable energy and the same can be collected at Kohima Solar City after making payment of Rs. 500 per unit which will be on sale with effect from February 17. A press release issued by director Er. T.S Angami, New & Renewable Energy stated that the unit will be sold only to bonafied biogas beneficiaries and the certificate many be collected from the project Officer (bio-gas) in the Directorate of New & Renewable Energy.
NACF meeting on Feb 18
Dimapur, February 15 (MExN): The Niuland Area Citizens’ Forum (NACF) in the interest and welfare of the people of Niuland has convened a general consultative meeting on February 18 at the conference hall of ADC Niuland at 10:00 am. Therefore, NACF president Isak G Zhimo in a press release has requested the following officials and individual concern to attend the meeting without fail: Niuland Area GB’s Union; Niuland Area Students’ Union; Sumi Totimi Hoho, Niuland Area; Niuland Area Sports Association; Niuland Ahdoc-Town Council; Managing Board members, GHSS Niuland; Business Organisation, Niuland Town; Consumers Forum, Niuland Town; officers/Rtd. Officers, graduate (in any discipline) of Niuland Area citizens and all GB’s, VEC, WEC, VCC, VDB under Niuland Area.
Formation of incident response team
Kohima, February 15 (MExN): The closing function of the “Incident Response System for formation of Incident Response Team” under the aegis of Nagaland Fire & Emergency Services in collaboration with National Disaster Management Authority will take place on February 20 at DC’s Conference Hall, Kohima. Kohima Deputy Commissioner Beiu Angami will grace the closing function. The function will be chaired by Neilasa Sopfü, SP (F& ES).
Kohima, February 15 (MExN): Registrar of Cooperative Societies, T. Imkonglemla Longkumer has directed to all the registered cooperative societies to submit all the relevant books of accounts of their society to their respective district/sub-divisional offices for conducting statutory audit of their society’ accounts within one month from the date of publication of this order. Those society(s) who fails to submit their book of accounts within the stipulated time will be considered as non-functional/defunct and the registration of their society will stand cancelled/liquidation proceedings initiated against societies.
Condolence service held for Late. Dr. Isatoli Kibami
Mokokchung, February 15 (DIPR): A brief condolence service of Late. Dr. Isatoli Kibami, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography Nagaland University, Lumami, who passed away on January 4, was held at Department of Geography Nagaland University on February 15. Dr. Sangyu Yaden, Head, Department of Geography who chaired the service recollected that Dr. Isatoli was a straight forward and positive person who had immensely contributed to the growth of the department and that her untimely demise is a great loss to the department and the university in general. The service was attended by teaching faculty, staff, research scholar and students of the university.
Meeting on Mock Drill exercise
Kohima, February 15 (DIPR): A co-ordination meeting for the conduct of Mock Drill will be held on February 20 at 11:00 a.m. in the conference Hall of the Deputy Commissioner and Chairperson Kohima District Management authority in connection with the Mock Drill exercise on earthquake to be conducted on March 5 at Kohima.
The following departments and NGOs have been requested to attend the meeting without fail; Deputy Commissioner & Chairperson, Kohima District Disaster Management authority; Addl. Deputy Commissioner, Kohima, Chief Executive Officer, KDDMA; Administrator Kohima Municipal Council, Co-chairperson, KDDMA; Superintendent of Police, Kohima ; Superintendent of Police, Fire and Emergency Service, Kohima; District Commandant; Home Guards & Civil Defence Kohima; Executive Engineer (Mechanical) Kohima Division; Executive Engineer Power Transmission, Kohima; Chief Medical Officer, Kohima; Executive Engineer, PHE Kohima Division; Angami Public Organization/Angami Women Organization/Red Cross Society, Kohima Branch/ Rotary Club Kohima and District Public Relation Officer, Kohima.
Government High School Thonoknyu inaugurated
Thonoknyu, February 15 (DIPR): Minister for School Education & SCERT, Nyeiwang Konyak on February 15 inaugurated the Government High School Thonoknyu and also unfurled the monolith at the school compound. Later the programme was held at public ground. Addressing the gathering, Nyeiwang Konyak urged the student's community to give more effort in the journey of learning with the rest of the world. He also encouraged the Thonoknyu people and teachers to cooperate and work together for the development of the school so that it will bear good fruit. “Especially we the Eastern Naga are getting more development under the DAN government”, he maintained and further appealed the public to continue their supports in the coming days.
The Minister was accompanied by Parliamentary Secretary for Fisheries, Relief & Rehabilitation, Printing & Stationary, S. Heno; Director of Higher Secondary Education, ADC Noklak, SDEO Noklak, VG Commandant Tuensang, DSP Tuensang, officers from various departments and public leaders. Short speeches were also delivered by Parliamentary Secretary S. Heno, Director Higher Secondary Education Pingsheng and SDEO Noklak. The programme was chaired by Head Teacher, Pukoi and welcome address was delivered by President TAPO, M. Yhango. Special number was presented by the students of GMS and vote of thanks was proposed by N. Ngou SIS Thonoknyu.
VEC told to check proxy teachers
Shamator, February 15 (DIPR): Minister School Education & SCERT, Neiwang Konyak inaugurated Government High School at Mangko and Huker village on February 15. He said that with the upgradation of GHS to Government Middle School, the people of the area would be benefited and appealed to the public to cooperate and work together with the department.
The Minister directed the VEC to check proxy teachers where qualified teachers have been appointed for the students and also to implement 'no work no pay' for the erring teachers. Highlighting on the RNSK and SSA, he said that it has given more opportunities and facilities to the children for better education and further requested all the VEC to give their best effort to bring up the children in the right direction by introducing various skills like computer education, free uniform facility, distribution of blankets and bed sheets etc. to the needy children.
Parliamentary Secretary for Fishery & Relief and Rehabilitation, S. Heno who also spoke on the occasion exhorted the public to make the best use of all developmental activities extended by the government and also to cooperate with the DAN government under the leadership of Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio. Parliamentary Secretary for IPR & Economic & Statistic, R. Tohanba also expressed his gratitude to the Minister for School Education & SCERT for all developmental activities and said that the people would always remember his landmark development. He also urged the public to be united and work for the betterment of the society. He further expressed his gratitude to the Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio for all round development in the state.
The inauguration function at Mangko was chaired by SDEO Shamator, Naro while welcome song was presented by Kiutsükiurü Student Union and invocation by Pastor Kiutsükiurü Baptist Church. A brief history of GMS Mangko was highlighted by Head Teacher GHS Mangko and vote of thanks was given by VEC Chairman Mangko. Cultural items were also presented by Cultural troupe of Shiponger Cultural Club, Shiponger Women Society and Kiutsükiurü Women Cultural Club.
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