Kurung Kumey DHS reviews performance in health sector
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: District level review meeting of the District Health Society (DHS)
was organized on Sept 28 last. Altogether eight Medical Officers in-charge from CHCs
and PHCs were turned up in the meeting.
Presiding over the meeting Kurung Kumey Deputy Commissioner cum DHS chairman Bidol
Tayeng stressed the need of holding review meeting at least half yearly. He directed
medical officers to ensure proper utilization of RKS grant and submission of proper
report which will be useful in planning and policy making.
Doctors and teachers are back bone of the society, the DC said and directed the medical
officers to be in the posting place regularly.
District RCH Officer Dr. Litum Bagra, while highlighted the objective of NRHM, requested
all medical officers working in remotest areas of the district to discharge their
duties diligently for the benefit of people living in far-flung areas.
During the meeting performance for the year 2009 and 1st & 2nd quarter ‘2010 have
been reviewed which was presented by MO in-charges of respective community health
and public health centre and DPMU officials presented the achievement of district
head quarter in toto. DIPRO.
Orientation training on SGSY
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: One day basic orientation training on Swaranjayanti Gram Swarazgar
Yojana (SGSY) was held on 24th of September at Raga CD-block. Held under the sponsorship
of DRDA, Ziro, training was attended by about 250 Swarozgaris/SHGS.
Welcoming the participants, Tassar Daba, APO (credit), DRDA, Ziro spoke about the
aim and objectives of SGSY. He also emphasized for formation of more SHGs and urged
local people to avail benefit of various schemes being extended under the centrally
sponsored programmes. Mugli Tagu, BDO, CD block, Raga graced the occasion as chief
guest. During the day many officers from Raga circle attended as resource persons
and beneficiaries were apprised about various aspects of SGSY, marketing products,
Union demands formedicines supply
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: General public of Upper Subansiri district have been suffering a
lot for non-supply of live-saving medicines to various PHCs, CHCs and District Medical
Hospital, said All Upper Subansiri District Students’ Union (AUSDSU).
According to the DMO, AUSDSU said, no medicine is being supplied to those health
centres since January last despite regular correspondences made for supply of the
AUSDSU also reported break out of epidemic at Puchi Geko, Tapi Lusi and Maro area
last month and loss of human lives from various curable diseases like Malaria, Typhoid,
Diarrhea etc for want of medicines. A team of doctors, along with medicines procured
by themselves are reaching Tapi Lusi to tackle the situation, the students union
was informed by the authority.
AUSDSU demanded the State Government to send sufficient medicines to all health centres
of Upper Subansiri district immediately so that public don not suffer anymore for
want of medicines. It also urged the DC to immediately invite tender for procurement
of medicine through his united fund.
Geoenpro Kharsang Oil Field Official assures 1% cess payment to workers board
KHARSANG, Oct 1: The team of the Arunachal Pradesh Building & Other Construction
Workers Welfare Board (APB&OCWWB) today organized its awareness campaign meeting
at Geoenpro, Kharsang Oil Field.
Addressing the gathering, APB&OCWWB Chairman Jalley Sonam appealed the authority
of the Geoenpro, Kharsang Oil Field to provide employment to the local youths to
share the unemployment problems of the state and also suggested the authority to
deposit 1% cess to board.
Further, Sonam advised the workers to register their names in the board to avail
the benefits besides the benefits they are getting from the company.
APB&OCWWB Cum Labour Commissioner, Secretary Ojing Darung briefed about the APB&OCWWB
and highlighted the statuary provisions of the Board and other entitlement.
He further highlighting the workers registration procedure and advising the workers
working in various organized and unorganized sectors to registered in the board informed
that the worker have to contribute Rs. 25 as Registration fees and Rs. 20 per month
as membership fee.
Assistant Manager, Administration & Security, Retd Col. Praveen Chopra appreciating
the visiting team for conducting workers and Board awareness meeting in Geoenpro
said that due to lack of knowledge on 1% cess payment and the APB&OCWWB the company
could not pay any such payment to the board earlier.
He assured the Board officials to deposit 1% cess to board as per the guidelines
and laws framed by the Government and also informed that the company is providing
necessary items like Medi-claims Insurance, accidental benefits and other precautionary
measures to its workers.
Amongst others Sanu Tamang, Zonal Secretary, Eastern Zone, AAPWU, Techi Tara, Working
President, State HQ, Tana Yakung, General Secretary (Women Wing) AAPWU, State Unit
attended the meeting.
DC inaugurates Skill Development progamme
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: Tirap Deputy Commissioner W. Lowang on inaugurated a 36-day skill
development programme (SDP) at Khonsa amidst a huge gathering today. Altogether
25 trainees are attending in the programme conducted by the National Youth Project
(NYP) and sponsored by NABARD.
In his inaugural address, Lowang said the 1/3 of India’s population comprises of
youth who are job-seekers. He asked the youth to engage in self-employment adding
that development of skill is of paramount importance to succeed in any trade. He
further told the trainees to take up other trades like piggery, goatery, poultry
etc to augment their source of income.
C.Rajkumar, ADTH in her speech said that the quality and design of local handloom
products must be improved to attract more customers while Khonsa ZPM Wanglo Gosak
urged the trainees to increase production adding that more trainees from interior
villages must be included in such training programmes.
Earlier, the co-ordinator of NYP Anil Burman while throwing light on activities of
NYP, said that the NYP provides training to the youth to develop their skill in their
chosen trade and urged the trainees to come forward to take benefit out of the trainings
provided by NYP. DIPRO
PDS vigilance and monitoring committee meeting held: Aalo
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: The West Saing district level PDS Vigilance and Monitoring Committee
meeting was held at Aalo yesterday.
Presiding over the meeting, the Deputy Commissioner Amjad Tak urged the SP to issue
necessary directives to the police personnel of the Likabali check post for maintaining
register of PDS items especially of West Siang. He further said all administrative
officers of sub-divisions and circles should attend the next DLVMC meeting with receipt
and delivery challans.
While reviewing the action plan of the previous DLVMC meeting, the members present
in the meeting resolved that the wholesale nominee needs to arrange proper specified
godown for easy checking of the stock position by the members. They suggested that
100 Mt. godown at Basar may be used by wholesale nominee as transit godown. It was
also informed in the meeting that District Administration is looking for land at
suitable location for establishment of PDS godown. DIPRO
Students demands infrastructure
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: The civil engineering students of Rajiv Gandhi Government Polytechnic,
Itanagar in a letter to its Principal highlighting the grievances of the civil engineering
students appealed for setting up of civil machine laboratory, computers for civil
engineering students separately, proper supply of electricity during practical hours
and HOD and its chamber in the RG Polytechnic college.
It further, briefing about the shortage of lecturers and reference book and technical
magazines in college library, it appealed the authority to look into the matter
Panchayat leaders demand regular circle officer
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: The coordination meeting of the 13th Pate Anchal Block under Puchigeko
Circle in Upper Subansiri District was held yesterday.
The meeting decided to spearhead the movement for regularization of the CD Block
Puchigeko and also resolved to maintain cordial relationship within the Panchayat
leaders and block officers and to execute any kind of work under all departments
of the Puchigeko circle in coordination with the Chairperson of Anchal Block Puchigeko
Cirle for the all round development of the area.
It further highlighting the grievances of the people appealed the state government
for immediate posting of regular Circle Officer at Puchikego.
FPS dealers to attend national level meet
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: Arunachal Pradesh Fair Price Shop Dealers Welfare Association General
Secretary Tarh Miri, Convener Bamang Apa and Advisor Tarh Takio are leaving for Calcutta
to represent APFPSDWA in the National Working Committee of All India Fair Price Shop
Dealers Federation meeting at Kolkota on October 3 and 4.
Mass Social Service
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: In view of Gandhi Jayanti on 2nd October, the Govt officers, staff
and general public under the supervision of the district administration has conducted
a mass social service in Bomdila Township today. West Kameng deputy commissioner
Rinchin Tashi and other administrative officers visited every sector to ensure proper
cleaning of town during the day.
At Roing, the District Administration of Lower Dibang Valley District conducted social
service through out the Roing township to prepare for the observation of Gandhi Jayanti
in a befitting manner in the district headquarter on Oct 2. All the govt. departments,
public and private institutions and bazaar committees participated actively in the
social service by cleaning their respective office/school premises and bazaar areas.
Students, teachers, Govt officials and public will take out a procession on the occasion
of Gandhi Jayanti in Roing township. DIPROs
Restore power supply
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: While informing that power supply to Pagba-I anchal segment under
Sangram circle of Kurung Kumey district remained cut off since last six month causing
great inconvenience to consumers, Pagba-I ASM Tai Yaney appealed to the department
concerned to restore the same in the area immediately by taking prompt action.
Workshop on NRHM
Changlang, Oct 1: The Changlang District Health Society, Changlang in order to generate
maximum awareness on NRHM activities among the general mass, organized orientation
training-cum-workshop for the Panchayati Raj Institution members.
DRCHO Dr P R Dutta presented in nut and shell the different activities under NRHM
and explained at length the prenatal diagnostic technique. The trainees were also
sensitized for judicious use of the fund under VHS Committee.
Dr Dutta also briefed upon the importance of blood donation and appealed all and
sundry that they should come forward to take part in the noble deed of blood donation.
The training was attended by ZPM(N) Mrs Marina Kenglang, ASM Chair persons, ASMs
and GPMs of Changlang. DIPRO
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: All Libo Ramo Bokar Welfare Society of capital complex has condoles
the death of Lingpo Yaping, who died in tragic road accident at Jammagiri, Sonitpur
district Assam on 28th of this month.
Society has prayed for the eternal peace of departed soul and expressed sympathy
towards the family member who lost their beloved son.
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: Directorate of higher and technical education, government of Arunachal
Pradesh yesterday conducted state level essay competition among college and university
students of state. Sponsored by ministry of home affairs, government of India, topic
for the essay was “Role of Youth in Promoting National Integration and Communal Harmony.”
Asha Nending (B.Com II yr), Dular Dujom(BA II yr) and Romjir Rakhsap(B.Com I yr),
all students of Don Bosco college, Jully bagged 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize respectively.
Prize money along with certificate of proficiency will be awarded to winner on 26th
January during republic day celebration by governor of Arunachal Pradesh.
ITANAGAR, Oct 01: All Arunachal Pradesh Youth Organization has supported the proposed
October Four capital bandh given by three organizations demanding resignation of
chief minister Dorjee Khandu for his alleged corruption and misrule. It also demanded
for arresting all PDS scam accused and handing over the case to CBI for impartial
investigation. Law is equal for all, the organization said while resenting that only
former chief minister Gegong Apang is being targetted in the PDS scam.
APCC oppose Bandh
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) today opposed the proposed
bandh call given on Oct 4 demanding resignation of Chief Minister.
Nothing could be achieved by such bandh cal, rather it will hamper development and
affect the normal life, APCC said while condemning the bandh call.
The Congress party further said that demand for CM’s resignation is condemnable and
baseless as the CM has already clarified the allegations made against him the three
organizations. It further appealed the administration to deal with such bandh call
firmly and appreciated the CoSAAP for opposing bandh.
National Students Union of India, Arunachal Pradesh also opposed the bandh call saying
that such baseless bandh affect the state development. Condemning the bandh, the
union said demand for CM’s resignation is politically motivated.
Meanwhile, All Papum Pare District Students Union said it has nothing to do with
such bandh call but resented that only Capital complex is being targeted for such
bandh affecting the administrative system and normal life while issues are related
to whole state.
Arunachal Pradesh Engineering Service Association (APESA), the apex engineering organization
of state has appealed to those organizations calling capital bandh on 4th October
to reconsider their decision. Association informed that the proposed bandh call
will hamper the restoration of water supply and maintenance of roads in Capital region
thereby increasing the sufferings of ordinary citizens.
APCC welcome Ayodhya verdict
ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) welcomed the Allahabad High
Court verdict on Ayodhya land dispute.
APCC in a release said that yesterday’s HC verdict was the only solution to the sensitive
Ram Mandir Babri Masjid issue. The Party appealed to both the communities to accept
the verdict and maintain peace and tranquility.
The APCC also welcomed the State Government’s decision to revoke its earlier decision
on PRC to non APSTs in the state.
Seminar on Gandhi and Khadi
ITANAGAR: National Youth Project, Arunachal Pradesh will celebrate the Gandhi Jayanti
with 3-days programme at D.N.G. College Auditorium here from Oct 2 to 4. The celebration
includes a seminar on Gandhi, Khadi and Self Employment and special cultural programmes.
A Gandhian thinker Dr. S. N. Subba Rao, Director National Youth Project – New Delhi
will attend the programme as special invitee.
APWWS foundation day
ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh Women’s Welfare Society (APWWS) is celebrating its foundation
day on October 10. The new central executive committee members of the Society will
be elected/selected in its general body meeting the same day.
DASU demands arrest of all accused
ITANAGAR: The Dibang Adi Students Union (DASU) in a release today demanded immediate
arrest of all accused in PDS scam including Dorjee Khandu’s son Pema Khandu and four
sitting MLAs. Meanwhile, the Union appealed one and all to support Toko Teji, a finalist
in reality show India’s Got Talent Khoj -2 being aired in Colors TV.
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: Chige Boje, Markar Kadu and Banya Doye have been appointed as president,
vice-president and general secretary of Ramle Bango Students Union.
ITANAGAR, Oct 1: Takar Dong has been appointed as Chairman of All Nyishi Youth Association,
Upper Subansiri District Unit.