2011

September -  17

News Highlights

 

Zonal Seva Dal camp proposed

ITANAGAR, Sep 16:  The  Congress Seva Dal cadres of Tawang, East Kameng and West Kameng in a joint meeting convened by the  Arunachal Pradesh Congress Seva Dal organizing secretary  and in-charge of  these three districts Ato Sonam on Sept 14 decided to organize the zonal level training camp  in the first week of December at Rupa in West Kameng district. Meanwhile, Sonam requested all the Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) in general and all the legislators of the three districts in particular to extend all possible support for successful conduct of the camp.

 

Sports meet at Tirap

KHONSA, Sep 16: For   the first time in Tirap District the Department of Sport and youth Affairs Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh is going to organize Sports meet cum Selection in all 16 different  Anchal Block of Tirap District under Panchayat Yuva Krida Aur Khel Abhiyan (PYKKA) Scheme which is a centrally sponsored Scheme.

The main objection of the Block Level Sports meet Cum Selection is to search out the talented Sports persons from every Anchal Blocks of the District specially for the age group of below 18 years for both boys and girls. The Block Level Sports Competition Cum Selection drive is going to start from 19th September’2011 and soon after completion of the block Level Sports meet, the District Level Sports competition Cum Selection will be conduct in 2 (two) venue i.e. at Khonsa and Longding in which the Selected team/players from different Anchal Blocks will take part in the competition.

 

NBCC Mission conference

ITANAGAR, Sep 16: Nyishi Baptist Church Council (NBCC) is going to conduct its 10th NBCC Mission conference at Bam Baptist Church, under Kamporijo Pastoral Range Lower Subansiri District on the theme “Yield its fruit every month” during Oct 7-9.

 Rev.Halli Likha Ama, General Secretary, NBCC and Rev. Laltan Puia Field Director, BCM Arunachal West will be the Speaker.

 

DA asked to intervene

ITANAGAR, Sep 16: The Bana Tamne Village Welfare Society (BTVWS) has sought intervention of East Kameng deputy commissioner to clear the road blockade between Bana to Seppa allegedly created by Kafa villagers after the failed meeting held by Tamne and Kafe villagers regarding demarcation of village boundary on Sept 10.

The road blockade is creating disturbance in vehicular movement between Seppa to Itanagar and Seppa to Guwahati, the release said and appealed the district administration to improve law and order situation and ensure smooth plying of vehicles.

 

Social service

ITANAGAR, Sep 16: The staff members and trainees of the District Institute of Education and Training (DIET) Naharlagun under the initiative of its Principal Gania Leji conducted social service in order to erect  boundary fencing of the DIET compound on Sept 16.   The erection of the boundary fencing will prevent encroachment and keep the demarcation line of the boundary in tact, said a release.

 

Social service

ITANAGAR, Sep 16: The Donyi Polo Yelam Kebang, Itanagar is organizing mass social service and Ridiin Gitnam programme at Gorgi-Bote Gangging complex here on September 18.

 

Committee meeting

ITANAGAR, Sep 16: A new school management committee for Govt Hr. Sec. School, Nampong was constituted in a meeting on September 9 last with Gautam Hazarika, SDO as chairman and Tomi Doke Lendo, principal as member secretary for three years besides 18 other members.

The meeting also discussed various problems of the school like shortage of teacher, classroom, staff quarter, renovation of the school and adopted resolution to urge the authority to meet the requirements.

The meeting was attended by panchayat and public leaders, including Nampong ZPM KN Tikhak.

 

ZPM reacts

ITANAGAR, Sep 16: Tadar Ado, the Zilla Parishad Member of Nyapin-Phassang circle under Kurung Kumey district has resented the poor comment made by Nyishi Welfare Association against apex body NES and it’s president Bengia Tolum. He urged everyone to remember the immense contribution made by NES President for the cause of Nyishi society since time immemorial.

 

District Level Farmers Training

Aalo, Sep 16: A District Level Farmers Training cum Field visit on management practices of Ginger and Turmeric was held at Pessing under Rumgong block organized by ATMA West Siang District on 14th Sept. 2011. Altogether 105 farmers from the villages of Pessing, Mori, Pangkeng, Lorging, Bari Mongku, and Sipeng attended the training.

Attending the programme O. Jerang, ZPM 16-Jomlo Mobuk stressed on organic farming and advocated for commercial cultivation of Ginger & Turmeric. She also thanked the department for organizing such programme.

Before the technical session, the Scientists, Officers and the trainees had a field visit to identify the pests & diseases of turmeric and ginger.

Tobom Bam, HDO (Basar) and Y. Jini, HDO (Jomlo) gave a brief account on cultivation practices of Ginger and Turmeric as resource person. The scientist from ICAR & KVK, West Siang district, Dr. Goutam Bhagawati, SMS (Entomology) and Dr. S.P. Singh, SMS(PP) gave a PowerPoint presentation on management practices of pests and diseases on Ginger and Turmeric.

T. Jerang ADO(Rumgong), N. Riba, ADO (Hq), N. Loya, ADO (APMC) and J. Jini, ADO(ATMA) also participated in the programme.

 

Fertility camp

ITANAGAR, Sept 16: The first ever one day fertility camp on Livestock was held at V.D. Mebo  on Sept 15,  where 35 dairy farmer participated. During the course of the fertility camp  Dr. O. Moyong, Sr. V.O. (AH)  Mebo spoke on various aspects  and importance of the fertility camp.

Dr. Taloh, Sr. V.O.  (HQ) Pasighat and Dr. O. Siram, S.V.O. (VTI) Pasighat ,were resource persons of camp. They also carried out demonstration on the the latest appliances and techniques which are being used for artificial insemination.

 

Fire injures two students

ITANAGAR:  Manlai Wangpan, a BA 1st year student of WR Government College was seriously injured in a fire incident that took placed in a rent house near the college campus at Deomali yesterday.

His friend Puman Wangsu was also injured. Both the victims are now undergoing treatment at AMC Hospital Dibrugarh. Their belongings including documents and house hold items were also burnt to ashes on the incident.

All Pumao Circle Students’ Union in a release informed that the fire broke out due to LPG cylinder leakage. The Union has appealed to the state government to release financial assistance to the victims of fire incident.

 

AVYF demands dropping of minister

ITANAGAR: Arunachal Volunteer Youth Federation (AVYF) demanded the chief minister for dropping of WRD and Tourism Minister Pema Khandu from the ministry within five days.

The Federation in a letter to Chief Minister said that it has already lodged an FIR against Pema for his alleged involvement in misappropriation of fund and corruption practices.  Now the dropping of Pema is necessary for proper investigation in the case, the Federation said.  The letter further said that the  minister had manipulated the government exchequer under FDR work amounting to Rs 100 crore in 2004.  Alleging his involvement in misappropriation of NEC fund, the Federation further claimed that a CBI enquiry is also going on against  Pema.

 

AVK unit conducts medical camps

ITANAGAR: The Arunachal Vikas Parishad, Kurung Kumey unit conducted  week-long free health camps in Koloriang, Nyapin, Phassang and Sarli circles from Sept 2 to Sept 7. Altogether 595 patients from four circles were benefited by the medical camps.

News Impact

Mra hands over mountaineering equipments to State Museum

ITANAGAR, Sep 16: The first Arunachalee Everester Tapi Mra today formally handed over his mountaineering equipments worth around Rs 7 lakhs used during his expedition to Mount Everest to State Museum, Itangar at a simple but impressive function here.

Mra climbed the Mount Everest at 6.40 AM on 21 May, 2009.

While handing over the kits to Jawaharlal Nehru State Museum, Mra hoped these equipments would motivate the youths of our state towards adventure sports.

The Everester from Limeking in Upper Subansiri district, who has already climbed four highest peaks in the world under his mission to conquer all the 7 highest peaks, advised the youths to become a good citizen and work collectively for the development of the state. He also briefed the hardship faced by him during the pre expedition.

Rajiv Gandhi University’s Dr. Nani Bath appealed to the State Government to offer a suitable job for Mra as a token of recognition to his achievement. He expressed the hope that the Government would work out a sports policy for the achievers.

Director of Research Tage Tada while appreciating the Mra’s decision to donate his mountaineering equipments to the state museum said that his equipment would encourage the younger generation of the state to take up sporting activities seriously.

Deputy Director Research Batem Pertin described Mra’s success as a pride of the people of the state and the North East and assured to preserve the valuable assets with utmost care.

He also appealed to the civil societies and various organizations to raise voice for the welfare of the national level sporting achievers of the state.

All Nyishi Students’ Union (ANSU) president Sika Gapak advised the younger generation to follow the foot print of Mra and bring laurel to the state. Gapak urged the state government to formulate a sports policy to do away with the various problems faced by the sports persons. He also urged the Government to give due recognition to the sports person, particularly the achievers at national and international level. He urged the concern authority of the museum to provide a special space for displaying Mra’s kits.

 

Assets donated to JN Museum:

Crane –form, Milet Boot, Oxygen Bottle, Mask Regulator, Mask, Ice Pick, Sealing, Carry –bines, Descending Jumer, Harness, Google, Urine bottle, Head Lamp, Switch Knife, Ascending Jumer, Boroline, Labello( Lip guard), Pencil battery, Vovilop Gel, Track Bandage, Small bag, Track boot, Nail cutter, Sun Screen, Woody Zatak(body spray), Rope( 5mm) Glove, Shoe(cloth), National Flag, Waist belt bag, Govt. Logo of Arunachal Pradesh, cap, socks, wind sheeter (jacket and pant), Cotton Long John Suit, Insulated Shirt and Pant, Themoflask, Mattress(Form type), Bag, White Shirt, Down Suit, Sleeping bag, Bag (big size) etc.

 

24 Hepatitis B cases in Ziro

ZIRO, Sep 16: A total of 24 Hepatitis B cases have been detected during a free screening in two schools of Ziro Valley. 18 Hepatitis-B positive cases have been detected out of 467 tests conducted during a Free Hepatitis-B Screening Test held at Govt. Gandhi ME School, Salang (Hapoli) on September 14 last while six others cases were detected at VKV, Ziro out of 467 by the NEETI Society, Ziro in collaboration with Bristol-Myers Squibb India Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai.

A woman, whose son was found positive, said, “If this campaign was not organized here, I would never have known my child is Hepatitis B positive”.

Pleased with the NEETI Society for organizing the camp in Salang area, the Salang Welfare Committee (SWC), Ziro took care of the expenses incurred during the campaign. The Committee appealed organizing Society to conduct similar camp once again in the locality for the benefit of the neighbouring areas as well as people of Salang who failed to get themselves tested during this campaign.

Meanwhile, in continuation of its mission to detect Hepatitis-B cases, the Society organized one day Free Hepatitis-B Screening Test Camp at VKV School, Ziro on September 15 last in which 6 positive cases were detected.

VKV school authority extended all their support and cooperation in conducting the tests for which Class-IX girls students were deputed to assist the team until end of the camp. Later, principal of the school, Anand Kumar Mishra thanked Yachang Tacho, chairman NEETI Society for bringing an expert team to his school to conduct the tests free of cost. He appealed the Society to conduct similar camp at its primary level school at Nenchalyang.

Such camps will be held at Govt. Secondary School, Hong and Hong ME School on September 17 next.

 

Combing operation against Maoist

Prafulla Kaman

RUKSIN, Sep 16: - Security forces have launched a massive combing operation against the ultras at Miriyakhal area, located at upper reaches of Kobuchapori sar under Jonai sub division of Assam.

Assam police have launched search operation at the border forests since last two days, after the Moists fled from Tinsukia of Assam, where they are facing major offensive by the Indian army.

Quoting an intelligent input, Assam police sources said this evening that the leftist ultras may enter into area bordering East Siang and Dibang Valley district of Arunachal after fleeing from Tinsukia district.

The police have information that a 6-membered Maoist team led by Bijoy Nayakhas  entered into Amarpur area in Tinsukia district and reportedly dispersed after facing a crackdown during army operation in the area. Sources said that the ultras have been using the interstate border as their temporary hideout.

“Our police force have been deputed to keep vigil on the Maoist movement in the border areas while the vulnerable areas including Kobuchapori are under strict surveillance”, said the sources.

 

 

Forum questions submission of utilization certificate

ITANAGAR, Sep 16: Mebo Circle Unemployed Youth Forum (MCUYF) has expressed surprise over submission of utilization certificates against non-existent hostel buildings by the Mebo BDO.

The utilization certificates have been reportedly submitted for construction of Borguli, Seram, Namsing and Kongul middle schools hostel buildings, which, according to the Forum, are non-existent in the mentioned places.

The Forum demanded the East Siang deputy commissioner to inspect those locations where the hostel buildings were supposed to come up and make the findings public. It further demanded the district administration to construct all the hostel building at the same places.

 

Forum demands transfer of DC

ITANAGAR, Sep 16: Paktu Area Peoples Forum (PAPF) has given ultimatum to Chief Secretary to transfer incumbent deputy commissioner Amjad Tak within this month failing which the Forum would initiate democratic movement to realize its objective in the interest of the district.

Alleging abuse of authority and misuse of power by the DC, PAPF in a release, said that the district has witnessed many instances of law and order problems due to inept and immature handling of situations by the DC since his appointment in 2009.

Citing example, PAPF said that the stand off with agitating CoSAAP, mass arrest and gheraoing of police station were fall out of inept and immature handling of situation by the incumbent DC.

“The DC has lowered the image of the post by involving in business activity through proxy, it said. Further, the instant extension of PDS carriage contract to M/s DPMDC for another one year (2011-12) without mandatory tender by the DC attests nothing but selfish motive and corrupt practice in the matter of public interest and abetment of filching of public resources to benefit a single family,” it said.

The DC has also displayed  poor administration in resolving the turf war between GBs and PIs of West Siang which has virtually derailed local Keba system--the backbone of justice delivery system in Galo society, PAPF alleged. RAMSA issue of Paktu area people was also mismanaged at the behest of politicians of Aalo which resulted in law and order problem in the district, the release added.

Meanwhile, a PAPF team led by its chairman met DIGP PHQ Chimpu on September 14 last for the second time  to press him for early conduction of eviction drive against land encroachers of Police Recruitment Centre, Aalo.

The delegation also urged the DIGP to draw scheme for security wall of the RTC to prevent future encroachment.

 

Elated citizens welcome Supreme Court clearance for de-reservation of Deopani forest

ROING, Sep 16: Elated with the Supreme Court verdict giving clearance for de-reservation of the Deopani Reserve Forest area on September 9 last, a huge gathering of people from Jia, Ithilii, Idilli, Bolung, Bolik, Parbuk, Kangkong, Katan and other villages residing under Deopani Reserved Forest Area has given a warm welcome to the delegates, who returned from New Delhi with the report of Supreme Court verdict today. They were welcomed home with flower, banners and bursting of crackers by the Meka Banggo, Panchayat Leaders, GBs, Govt Employees, general public and  students at Kangkong, near Shantipur Check Gate

The delegates were Bassu perme, Ex-MLA Dambuk cum President ACLS, Mibom Pertin, ZPM (Meka Anchal Block) cum Chairman, Core Committee for Deopani Forest Area De-reservation and North-East Congress Co-ordination Committee, general secretary Tony Pertin, who were present in the Supreme Court to witness the proceedings.

 Narrating the court proceedings, Bassu Perme, Ex MLA Dambuk said he was overwhelmed with joy and shed tears of happiness when the final verdict was announced in the Supreme Court. Acknowledging the contributions from all the elected leaders and support of the people, he said it’s a historic moment for all of us and appealed every one to come forward and celebrate the occasion with spirit of oneness leaving aside political disparity.

Mibom Pertin, ZPM said it was the happiest moment of his whole life and getting free from the bondage of forest is a dream coming true for the people residing in reserve forest area for more than 70 years.

He hoped that the govt. will soon issue notification of de-reserving the forest area and would open doors for initiating various developmental activities in the area which is lagging behind owing to its being bounded under reserve forest even after 5 decades of Indian Independence.  He further hoped that there should not be any further delay and hindrance in establishment of administrative post at Parbuk and issuing of NOC to Navayug Engineering Company by the concerned authorities for the greater interest of the people.  

Sr Advocate, Tony Pertin who appeared from state of Arunachal Pradesh besides standing counsel Anil Srivastava in the Supreme Court read out and explained the Supreme Court verdict before the public in the meeting. It was informed that the Central Empowered Committee (CEC) has recommended the case for de-reservation in the year 2009 after their visit to the area and just a right push was needed for tabling it before the apex court for hearing, which the present team under the initiative of Jomin Tayeng (retired IAS), MLA Dambuk has done, he said. He further assured to pursue the matter with the govt. till final notification of de-reservation is issued. As per the court verdict, the proposal of Govt of Arunachal Pradesh for de-reservation of 134.20 Sq.kms of Deopani Reserve Forest in the Lower Dibang Valley District, Arunachal Pradesh as recommended by the CEC is allowed in terms of the prayer made therein.

Welcoming home the much awaited ruling of the Supreme Court, Maktin Lego, General Secretary, Core Committee for Deopani Forest Area De-reservation has expressed gratitude to the Central Empowered Committee (CEC) team headed by P V Jay Krishnan, Chairman and Sanjeev Saddha, Member Secretary who came in the district for spot verification two years back on 27thAugust, 2009 for their positive recommendation basing on which the Supreme Court has given the much desired verdict in favour of the affected people of the area. He also informed that the 22 years long fighting for rights of the people over their land has finally paid results due to cumulative efforts of elected leaders of the area since 1990 till today and support from all sections of the society.  He also thanks the state govt., district administration, Officials of Forest Department and other elite groups for providing necessary documents and suggestions in right time.

Osup Dai and Papil Pertin, Head Gaon Burahs and  Jowar Moyong, Public and Ilo Libang, ASM also spoke on the occasion expressing their gladness and embolden trust in the govt. The people are in a mood for grand celebration on issuance of final notification of de-reservation of the area by the govt. On the occasion, copies of Supreme Court verdict was also made available to the Banggo Secretaries, HGBs and Panchayat Leaders. (DIPRO)

 

Farmer’s club for rural development

ITANAGAR, Sept 16: Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) Lower Subansiri formed a new farmer’s club at Khoter village for the development of rural community engaged in farming and allied activities at Ziro valley. For this, an orientation programme was organized at KVK campus on Sept 15 sponsored by NABARD, Itanagar.

Dr. Pushpendra Saroj, Extension Specialist described principles, objectives and mode of function of farmer’s club. He motivated the members of newly formed farmer’s club for collective purchasing of inputs and selling of produce and also works towards community development activities. Programme was chaired by Yowa Nunu, incharge Programme Coordinator cum subject Matter Specialist (Agronomy), KVK, Lower Subansiri.

S. K. Khaitang branch manager State Bank of India Ziro branch, provided detailed information about Kisan Credit Card. He also appraised about many other facilities of bank to the farmer’s club and SHGs.

K. K. Gupta, District Training Officer cum project director Agriculture Technology Management Agency (ATMA) and Kuru Ama, HDO, told about ongoing govt. schemes of their departments.

. Bipul Kumar Kakati, Subject Matter Specialist (Fisheries), KVK, Lower Subansiri participated in the programme. Apart from officials, Kago Kampu, progressive farmer and secretary of Siiro Women Farmer’s club, shared her experience in the programme. Extension literature and hybrid seeds were also distributed to the participants.

Nani Jailang,  chief coordinator, Kuru Yami, general secretary, Gyati Riniyo, treasurer, member of Diilyang  Diibu farmer’s club and many other farmers of Apatani plateau were present in the programme.

 

TTSC lifts Leyu Brothers’ Soccer Championship trophy

ITANAGAR, Sept 16: The Tam Tadu Sports Club (TTSC) defeated the Leyu Sports Club (LSC) 2-1 in the final match of the Leyu Brothers’ Soccer Championship Trophy -2011  played at Rijo ground, Daporijo on Sept 12.

The match was taken to extra time after both the teams were locked 1-1 in regulation time. The Champion team took way cash prize of Rs 25,000 with a Trophy while Leyu Sports Club got Rs 15,000 with runners-up trophy. Altogether 10 Clubs participated in the tournament which was organized by the Leyu Welfare Society (LWS), Daporijo.

Though the match remained goalless in the first half, the Nehru Leriak of Tam Tadu Sports Club netted a goal 1-0 at 85 minutes of the match. At the very dying moment of the match, Leyu team got a penalty kick and defender Janu Soki qualized the score 1-1. However, during the extra time of the match Tam Tadu Sports Club  defeated Leyu Sport Club 2-1 and won the match.  

Raju Singkom of Tam Tadu Sports Club scored 5 goals in 4 matches and won the highest scorer of the tournament award while  Bhai Garam of TTSC has been adjudged best goalkeeper. Both Singkom and Garam were awarded with cash prize of Rs 1000 and a trophy each. Player of the tournament award went to Tania Leya of Leyu Sports Club. He was awarded cash prize of Rs 2000 and a trophy, while Dumporijo Club  got the most discipline team  award and received cash prize of Rs. 3000  with a trophy.

Former president of LWS Tachu Hina  gave way the prizes  to the winners as a Chief Guest in presence of large number of sports lovers and Society office bearers. Speaking on the occasion, Leyu Welfare Society General Secretary Rocky Motu assured to promote soccer players of the district and as well as to increase the prize money from the next season.

Readers Forum

 

Millennium Goal and child mortality

 

Only four years remain to achieve Millennium  Development Goal 4 (MDG 4) which calls for reducing the under-five mortality rate by two thirds between 1990 and 2015. Since 1990, the under-five mortality rate has dropped 35 per cent, with every developing region seeing at least a 30 per cent reduction.

However, at the global level progress is behind schedule, and the target is at risk of being missed by 2015. The global under-five mortality rate needs to be halved from 57 deaths per 1,000 live births to 29—that implies an average rate of reduction of 13.5 per cent a year, much higher than the 2.2 per cent a year achieved between 1990 and 2010.

The United Nations Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (IGME) updates child mortality estimates annually for monitoring progress. This report presents the IGME’s latest estimates of under-five, infant and neonatal mortality and assesses progress towards MDG 4 at the country, regional and global level.

The number of under-five deaths worldwide has declined from more than 12 million in 1990 to 7.6 million in 2010. Nearly 21,000 children under five died every day in 2010—about 12,000 fewer a day than in 1990.

Despite substantial progress in reducing under-five deaths, children from rural and poorer households remain disproportionately affected. Analyses based on data from household surveys for a subset of countries indicate that children in rural areas are about 1.7 times as likely to die before their fifth birthday as those in urban areas and that children from the poorest 20 per cent of households are nearly twice as likely to die before their fifth birthday as children in the richest 20 per cent of households.

 

Postpone exams

 

(1)

Dear Editor,

This is a request to the concerned authority of Department of Education, Arunachal Pradesh to kindly reconsider the schedule of written exam for Senior Teachers as there are lot of Unemployed Arunachali students busy preparing for the upcoming APPSCCE- 2011 scheduled on 25/09/2011 & DSO/RO exam scheduled on 8/10/2011 to 9/10/2011. In fact, most of the Economics & Mathematics background students would not be able to simultaneously prepare for all the exams.

I firmly believe that the authority concerned will look into our requests who are equally worried about the future of all the aspiring candidates and the unemployment situation in our State.

Yours

An aspirant,

(on email)

 

 

(2)

Dear Editor,

I would like to request the Director of Secondary Education to postpone the schedule date for the written examination for the post of Senior Teacher for various subjects. As the date fixed by the concerned authority is quite hectic because on 25/09/2011 the prestigious preliminary Test for Combined competitive exam is scheduled to be held. Then after a gap of 12 days i.e on 8/10/2011& 9/10/2011, APPSC has fixed the date for the written test for DSO/RO.

Therefore, I once again request the concerned authority of Department of Education to reconsider the date fixed for the written test for the post of Senior Teacher so that all the unemployed eligible Arunachali are given a  chance to appear in all the interviews.

Yours

An Aspiring Candidate,

(on email)

 

 

When we will have to stand in Ganga Market

Dear Editor,

Unemployment engineering graduates are booming in the state so much so that a day is not far away when we will have to stand in Ganga Market as daily wage labourers at rate below the actual labours or you may hear an engineer shouting "bathroom 200 rs", "road 350"......  with their drafters, t-scale and drawing sheets. Don't be surprised as this day is nearer than we actually think.

Unsurprisingly the big question is why? A state which is way behind the main stream India in terms of infrastructure and basic requirements and numerous projects on hand, doesn't require engineers only because of mismanagement by authorities of almost all the departments. For instance, departments like police housing are endorsed with Rs 30 crore or more every year for infrastructural development. Guess how many engineers are deployed by them to carry out such big works? Only few 3-4 J.Es, very few A.Es and just one E.E, that too without a superintending engineer. Same is the case with Tourism, Education and sports department where government pour huge amounts for development but either the project become too slow or never actually get started at all because of lack of skilled engineers.

This is clear violation of Human resource and C.P.W.D guidelines. Also, the lesser deployment of engineers increases the workload which in turn reduces both his intellectual as well as physical ability which finally results in retarded growth and development.

Therefore, I request the  Chief Minister to instruct all departmental heads to follow the guidelines and create necessary number of posts so that development at required rates can be achieved and also unemployment can be reduced. After all any failure by them will be credited to the Chief Minister and his government.     

Yours,  

Unemployed

Engg. No.-555

(on email)

 

 

Please update the website

Dear Editor,

I would like to know about the use of official website of the APPSC, which is not updated. Although there is an official website of APPSC, which is outdated, we have to depend on Arunachal Times, for any information – advertisement, date of exam., postponement of exams, etc. Result of selected list in any exams are uploaded many days after that has been published in the local dailies,. Very interestingly, as per their website report on organisation of APPSC Staff, there is no Computer Operator or Expert in the Commission’s office. I wondered why website has been created if there is no expert and if it is not to be updated. In other PSC one can apply online, have access online admit card, but it doesnot with our Commission. For Admit card/Hall Ticket one has to depend on the Indian Postal Service. In case of misplacement in the Post Office, God knows what will happen to the aspirant.

This is what I exactly experienced this time, as I didn’t get my admit card and I have to spare two days in Commission’s office in order to get Duplicate Admit Card. Thank God! I can come to Commission’s office for Duplicate Admit Card, but what about those aspirants who reside in far flung areas? I hope the APPSC will certainly look into this.

Yours,

Aspirant,  (on email)

 

 

An appeal

Dear Editor,

It is to bring before the notice of Government, legislators, Panchayat Leaders, NGOs, Students unions of Changlang District that the Govt Hr Sec School Nampong, Miao, Bordumsa, Jairampur etc. are running without regular Senior teacher in Chemistry, Mathematics, History, English etc. for the last two years. The vacancy caused are either due to selection of some Senior Teacher to the Post of Lecturer in State Institution of Education Itanagar or on account of Retirement on superannuation from service. As a result, the classes of such subject cannot be conducted as Junior Teacher despite having required subject in MA/M Sc, are reluctant to take up classes in Class XI and XII.

There is no ST(Chemistry) at Govt Hr Sec School Nampong since last year after retirement O P Gaur and there is no ST(History/English) at newly up graded GHSS Jairampur while there is no ST(Maths) at GHSS Miao followed by GHSS Bordumsa etc, Not only this, there is no Gazetted Head Master at Govt Sec School Manmao, Namtok, Gidding, Yanman, Ponthai etc. since last 2(two) years as all those HMs of said schools left above school on promotion to higher status and no Reliever have been posted to these places till date.

Consequently, the ultimate Sufferer are Students as Senior most JTs are looking after all these schools as I/C HM which have limited power to command upon colleagues, students as general tendencies prevail that we are of same status.

Hence, I appeal the responsible persons is to post required Staff these Schools as we cannot produce good academic result without proper subject teacher.

I have seen and experienced the negligence of all categories toward Educational Institutions and its Infrastructural Development after serving my tenure as Vice Principal at GHSS Miao, Head Master at Govt Sec School Manmao and at present as Principal GHSS Nampong for the last five years. Posting of required teachers will be the only way to improve academic performance in the district.

Yours,

Tomi Doke Lendo

Principal

Govt Hr Sec School, Nampoong

 

 

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