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AR campaigns for recruitment rallies, govt. schemes

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By EMN Updated: Feb 17, 2019 10:42 pm
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Assam Rifles personnel and residents of Avangkhu village in Phek district during an awareness lecture on ‘free movement regime’ on February 9.

Dimapur, Feb. 17 (EMN): Kohima battalion of the Assam Rifles has organised a door- to- door campaign on army recruitment rally at Khel I to IV of Jotsoma village on February 16.
The aim of the campaign, according to the Assam Rifles, was to inform the youth about the various upcoming recruitment rallies and the cut off dates for the online registration. It added that desiring individuals were encouraged to participate in the pre-recruitment training being provided by Kohima battalion.
In a related programme, Wokha battalion of the Assam Rifles has organised an interaction programme with the functionaries of Tang and nearby villagers at Tang COB on February 11. The interaction was centred on recruitment rally, employment opportunities, infrastructure development, and ways to foster prospects for Sainik School admission.

A total of 26 functionaries including GBs, chairmen, village guard commanders, and elderly people from Tanganyu, Phomching, Wetting Longsen and Youching participated. In another programme, Medziphema battalion of the Assam Rifles organised a workshop on existing agriculture related schemes launched by central government in Kukidolong village on February 10.

The workshop was organised to educate the public of Kukidolong and nearby villages on various government schemes related to agriculture. It stated that all the participants were briefed in detail about the agriculture related schemes as well as the various nodal agencies at the state government level.

Altogether, 40 residents from different age group attended the workshop.
Phek battalion of the Assam Rifles has also conducted an awareness lecture on ‘Provisions of free movement regime’ in Avangkhu village under Phek district on February 9.

Speaking on ‘free move regime policy,’ the company commander stated that citizens of India and Myanmar holding a valid border pass issued by competent authorities would be permitted to enter and stay within 16 kms on either sides of the Indo-Myanmar border for a maximum period of 14 days.

Official from the Assam Rifles donating winter clothes to the residents of ‘Miracle Home’ in Mokokchung town.

Altogether, 51 villagers were benefited from the lecture, Assam Rifles statement said.
In a different programme, Mokokchung battalion of the Assam Rifles felicitated staff of ‘Miracle Home’ – prayer and counselling centre in Mokokchung, and provided monetary aid of INR 5000 besides donating winter upholsteries worth INR 15000.
Founded in the year 2006, ‘Miracle Home’ has been working towards rehabilitating youth affected by drug abuse and other lifestyle issues.

Meanwhile on learning about the outbreak of jaundice cases, Kiphire battalion of the Assam Rifles has distributed medicines to the elders in Mutinkhong village on February 8.

Assam Rifles press release stated that the commandant’s spontaneous action brought relief to the patients. It added that the CMO, Kiphire, and MO of Integral Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP) were apprised on the reported cases of jaundice. Dr. Visa, MO of Likhimro PHC, has been asked to undertake assessment and submit the report at the earliest.

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By EMN Updated: Feb 17, 2019 10:42:42 pm