Dimapur ATMA board to abide by guidelines
Dimapur, Aug. 8 (EMN): Governing Board of Agriculture Technology Management Agency (ATMA), Dimapur, has affirmed to strictly follow the guidelines as well as practice Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) as mandated, while it also decided that convergence of activities like RKVY in saturated areas or villages would not be taken up.
The affirmation to this effect was taken during the quarterly meeting of ATMA Governing Board (GB), Dimapur, at the conference hall of the Deputy Commissioner, Dimapur, on August 8.
Kevekha Kevin Zehol, Deputy Commissioner and Chairman of ATMA Governing Body, Dimapur, who chaired the meeting, also welcomed the members to the meeting.
Power point presentation on ATMA Dimapur activities from February to July 2019 was made by Dr. Ithika C Swu, Deputy Project Director, ATMA Dimapur.
Tokugha Zhimo, recipient of State-level farmer award, gave a presentation on his success story on integrated farming. He thanked ATMA Dimapur and agri and allied departments for their assistance and guidance.
In conclusion, the chairman thanked the members for their attendance and valuable suggestions. He further encouraged the members to work together for the uplift of the farming community.