DPDB meetings held in Tuensang, Peren
DIMAPUR — The District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) held its monthly meeting for Tuensang on Wednesday at the DC conference hall in Tuensang. Lithrongla Tongpi Rutsa, deputy commissioner (DC) and vice chairman of Tuensang, chaired the meeting.
According to a DIPR report, Rutsa thanked and appreciated all departments for their participation in the Republic Day celebrations, and after reviewing the previous month’s meeting minutes, the house discussed and approved the establishment of a district disability rehabilitation centre (DDRC) at District Hospital Tuensang.
Dr. Senilo Magh, medical officer of District Hospital Tuensang, stated on the occasion that a DDRC is an initiative of the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment of the Government of India, and the centre would facilitate comprehensive services to people with disabilities in the district. He also noted that it would be the second centre in the state.
The District Fishery department provided a PowerPoint presentation at the meeting, the report mentioned, adding that the department of Agriculture will do a presentation on departmental activities in the district during the next meeting.
Peren: The monthly Peren DBDB meeting for the month was held on Tuesday at the DC conference hall in Peren and chaired by the DC and vice chairman of DPDB Peren, Vineet Kumar.
During the meeting, the board conducted a brief review of the decisions made in the previous meeting. Following this, the agendas were discussed, which included road connectivity to Peren Headquarters and health check-ups for all government employees.
The meeting also included a short felicitation programme for ‘Girl Child Friendly Villages’ under the Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (BBBP) initiative. The villages honoured during the programme were Tening village, Old-Puilwa village, Samziuram village, and Bongkolong village.
The meeting also felicitated two startups from Peren district for being selected among the top 25 startups in the pre-incubation category under the Northeast Entrepreneurship Development Programme (NEEDP). The honoured startups were Gracious Handloom Society from Ahthibung and Ngurie Organic Private Limited from Jalukie.
The department of Sericulture and Food and Civil Supplies presented a PowerPoint presentation during the meeting showcasing their departmental activities and programmes.
For the upcoming meeting, the DC assigned the Veterinary and Animal Husbandry department and the Agriculture department the task of presenting a PowerPoint presentation.
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