Assam CM distributes several financial welfare schemes
Diphu, April 16 (EMN): Assam chief minister, Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma on Friday distributed appointment letters to 884 selected TET qualified candidates as assistant teachers (Regular) and contractual at Joysing Doloi Auditorium, Diphu.
The chief minister called upon all the appointed teachers to perform their work with all responsibilities with the utmost commitment, while CEM, Tuliram Ronghang said that teachers play a vital role in shaping the society and asked the appointed teachers to go anywhere where they are posted.
Dr. Sarma also performed Bhumi Pujan (laying of foundation stone) for the construction of a 4-lane flyover from Diphu stadium to Diphu Head Post Office with a cost of INR 243 crore at East Division Forest office, Diphu.
He also distributed cheques of INR one lakh as one time financial assistance to 18 writers. A one-time insurance premium to journalists of INR 4 to 6 lakh was also given to 32 journalists and one time financial assistance to journalists and authors (Posthumous) of INR 50,000.
Two deceased journalists, Rajiv Mech, Diphu correspondent for Agrodooth Assamese newspaper and Rubul Dihingia, Bokajan correspondent for NewsLive news were awarded the financial assistance, which was received by their family members.
On the occasion, the chief minister also distributed a cheque of INR 15, 000 as a one-time financial assistance to 88 law graduates.
It may be mentioned that the above scheme was introduced by the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC).
The CM then proceeded to Diphu Govt. Boys Higher Secondary School to distribute one time grant of INR four lakh to cadres of six armed groups, which signed a MoS with the state and central government in April, 2021. A total of 1030 cadres received the assistance.