July 27


Three Students feared drown in Siang

PASIGHAT, Jul 26: Three class IX students of JNV, Geku in Upper Siang are reported to have drowned while bathing in Siang on Wednesday afternoon.

A group of seven students had gone for a swim around 2.30 and three of them were swept away by the river.

Remaining four students are reported to be safe.

NDRF team has been pressed into action to trace the missing boys.

The Upper Siang District Administration has alerted villagers residing along the Siang bank to help in the search operation.

Deputy Commissioners of Siang and East Siang have also alerted the GBs of the nearby villages along the Siang for search and rescue operation. DIPRO




Nurses stage dharna demanding legal action against fake nurses

Staff Reporter

ITANAGAR, Jul 26: The Trained Nurses Association of India, Arunachal Branch on Wednesday staged peaceful protest at Indira Gandhi Park here demanding legal action against 11 fake nurses who were terminated.

The association has been demanding legal action against the terminated nurses for allegedly producing fake certificates and also demanded legal action be initiated against the institutes that promote fake ANM and GNM degrees.

The National Health Mission (NHM) had terminated the nurses from their services on grounds of forgery of documents in April 2017.

 "Government is too slow in initiating legal action against those fake nurses," said Tage Ampi, Treasurer TNAI, Arunachal Branch adding that mere termination will not do justice as it is a criminal case.

 "First report of posting of fake nurses at various Primary Health Centers  and Community Health Centers surfaced in 2016 but the authority took so long to take action against those fake nurses," she added.

The Arunachal Pradesh Nursing Council (APNC) had informed the government about the nurses with fake certificates after  scrutiny but the government has taken a  long time to take action, she informed.

The termination order was issued after pursuance from TNAI, AP branch.

It is reported that APNC had registered FIR against fake nurses but it was withdrawn later.

TNAI, AP Branch, General Secretary Techi Mepung demanded that strong action should be initiated against all fake nurses including the institutes from where they acquired certificates by fraudulent means.

"How come the authority let fake nurses play with human lives", she asked.

TNAI further demanded all fake nurses should be blacklisted from Indian Nursing Council. It also wanted to know the reasons for withdrawal of FIR against fake nurses by APNC.

The trained nurses association further demanded magisterial inquiry so that those supplying fake certificates could be implicated.

It also urged the authority to take action against those people who are threatening APNC members.

In solidarity, nurses across the state wore black badges in solidarity with the protesting nurses.




Child molestation accused chooses hospital bed to avoid arrest

Staff Reporter

ITANAGAR, Jul 26: Alleged of molesting a minor girl, Joint Commissioner of Tax and Excise Department, Tani Jongkey reportedly opted for a hospital bed to avoid arrest.

Police has been looking for the absconding officer after a case was registered at the Women Police Station, Itanagar under various sections of Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act.

According to police, Jongkey has been absconding ever since FIR against him was registered on 5th July 2017.

SP Capital Complex Dr. A Koan informed that Jongkey walked into Tomo Riba State Hospital Naharlagun and got himself admitted to avoid arrest.

The city police had deployed its personnel to keep an eye on Jongkey's movement.

"We are pleading the court to constitute a medical board to verify his health condition" informed SP Koan.

In a complaint letter lodged with the Women Police Station of Itanagar on 5th July,  the victim's mother had alleged that when her daughter went for tutorial on 2nd June, 2017 with her friends, Jongkey  groped her and sexually assaulted her while dropping her home. However, Jongkey denies the charges against him, claiming his innocence.




Yupia-Potin section of TAH in deplorable condition

HOJ, Jul 25: The condition of recently constructed Yupia-Potin section of Trans Arunachal Highway (TAH) is in precarious situation. At multiple places, landslide has occurred and some portion of the road is increasingly becoming unsafe for the motorists.

The recent rainfall has caused massive destruction and if urgent repairing is not carried out, the Yupia-Potin section of TAH will be completely wiped out.

Due to frequent blockade, it takes hours to reach Potin from Yupia. On Tuesday evening, massive traffic jam was reported after a bus belonging to postal department got stuck in a mudslide near Hoj.

Seeing no option, the stranded commuters which included members of All Nyishi Students Union cleared out the road by physically pulling the bus out of mudslide.  

It is not for the first time that such incident has been reported from that particular stretch of the road.

 "Often vehicles get stuck in mudslide causing traffic chaos. PWD Highway is not deploying enough men and machinery to clear the blockade even though Yupia-Potin section of TAH is lifeline for people of Lower Subansiri, Kurung Kumey, Kra Daadi and Upper Subansiri districts," said a frustrated commuter.




Top priority to skill development, says DCM as he hails Don Bosco

ITANAGAR, Jul 26: The state government accords top priority to skill development of the youth force of the state, said Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein while attending valedictory function of three-month-long skill training in hospitality at TadarTaniang Hall, Don Bosco Youth Centre (DBYC) here today.

While congratulating the trainees, DBYC and NHPC, Mein called upon the trainees to come out of the comfort zone to evolve themselves.  "Hospitality should be backed by a strong civic sense," said the DCM while exhorting the trainees to appreciate others cultures.  

He spoke about importance Chief Minister Pema Khandu has given to youth of the State, especially through the implementation of Deendayal Upadhyay Swalamban Yojana. He urged the youths of the state to come forward and take advantages of the schemes.

Earlier while speaking about his early school days at Don Bosco Guwahati, the DCM spoke of the great influence institution had on him.

Rev.  Dr. John Thomas, Bishop of Itanagar, appreciated DBYC and described it as a place of moulding the young people who comes from different rural areas to train themselves.

Rev. Fr. V. T. Thomas SDB, the teacher of DCM expressed great happiness in the fact that his student is today the Deputy Chief Minister of Arunachal.  He also congratulated the Director and staff of DBYC, for taking the initiative by providing free skill training for the welfare of the youths in Arunachal Pradesh. He also called upon the trainees to work wholeheartedly and make their placement a happy event.  

Ronel Kumar, Executive Director, NHPC Ltd., while congratulating the trainees for the discipline shown and taking up placement courageously wished that the placement will enable the trainees to empower themselves.  

Fr. C. C. Jose SDB appreciated NHPC and DBYC for the good work done.  

The trainees of hospitality also expressed their gratitude to NHPC for supporting the skill development training, and the DBYC for the guidance and support throughout the three months training.  

Of the fifty trainees who hails from the states of Arunachal, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur, forty-two of them have received placement offer letters from three stars to five star properties in Trivandrum, Kumarakom and Alleppy.  

 It's up-mood in DBYC among the trainees and the trainers with the achievement of 88% placement.

Director Trade and Commerce Tokong Pertin, Director SJETA Yumlam Kaha, Senior Manager (HR) NHPC Pravesh Kumar, Anil Kumar of 138 Bn CRPF, Commandant CRPF 138 Bn Paras Nath, SP Fire and Emergency Service Kime Aya, Executive members of APCA and Don Bosco Alumni were present in the function.




GB killed by motorcyclist, FIR lodged

ITANAGAR, Jul 26:  An FIR has been lodged with the Police Station, Naharlagun against one Nikja Amang for alleged negligent driving which led to the death of 64 yr old Palin-Chambang Gaon Bura, Gora Tara on July 19 last.

According to the FIR, on July 19 around 12:30 PM, Nikja Amang who was riding a motorcycle (bearing reg. no. AR01-J-7934) at a break-neck speed near Hotel Benjamin at Papu Nallah along the NH-415, hit Gora Tara who was standing at the road side. Tara was rushed to the Tomo Riba State Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries later.  

Gora Tara had arrived at the Capital Complex on July 17 for Aadhar Card enrolment as it has been made mandatory for GBs to provide their Aadhaar details while transacting honorarium but was hit by the speeding motorbike on July 19.

Meanwhile, deeply mourning the death of Gora Tara, the G4 Welfare Society (G4WS) has in release on Wednesday termed his death as a great loss to the state. Appointed as GB on Jan 15, 2009, Gora Tara is survived by three wives, four sons and a daughter.  

It further appealed to the law enforcing authorities to immediately re-arrest the accused who is presently on bail and book him under non-bailable section of the law to ensure justice for the aggrieved family of the deceased.

'Although an FIR was lodge on same day at Naharlagun Police Station, the accused was quickly granted bail', the Society claimed and demanded stringent punishment for the accused as per the law.




Check alcohol menace, demands APWWS

ITANAGAR, Jul 26: Arunachal Pradesh Women's Welfare Society (APWWS) urged Capital Administration to take urgent step to check alcohol menace, especially among the under-aged.

A team of APWWS on Wednesday met Capital Complex Deputy Commissioner Prince Dhawan and expressed serious concern over unchecked selling of alcoholic beverage to minors.

There should be strict monitoring in all retail liquor outlets, bars and restaurants to ensure that sales of alcohol or alcoholic beverage to minors do not occur, APWWS said.

Despite the legal drinking age being 21 years, many liquor shops are found  selling alcohol to minors disregarding the law, APWWS observed.

It was informed by the Deputy Commissioner that adequate measures have already been taken by the District Administration to check the menace.  Some of them are mandatory display of Dos and Don'ts for alcohol retailers, regulation of shopping hours.

APWWS also urged the Deputy Commissioner for proper verification and monitoring of private schools and beauty parlours.

Underscoring the importance of marriage registration for the women, the APWWS requested the Deputy Commissioner to conduct mass marriages registration programme which would not only help check bigamy or polygamy but also enable married women and widows to claim their rights.

They also called for strict implementation of Rule 21 of CCS Conduct Rule. DIPRO




ASM draws govt's attention towards poor road connectivity

ITANAGAR, Jul 26:  Magne Dogha Panchayat ASM, Lindum Yaku has in a release on Wednesday, drawn the attention of the state government towards the poor road condition in remote areas in Kra Daadi district and appealed for early repair and maintenance of road to ensure that the district remains connected to other districts of the state all the year round.

The ASM had further informed that the life of one Lindum Taha, a resident of Homi village under Kra Daadi district, who had been bitten by a snake on July 13 last, could not be saved because his family was unable to transport him to a hospital owing to road blockade and poor road connectivity.  

She appealed to the local MLA to ensure that the road connectivity in the district is improved at the earliest so that such unfortunate incidents do not recur.




RGU Entrance test begins

9400 applicants for 1317 seats

ITANAGAR, Jul 26: The Rajiv Gandhi University Common Entrance Test-2017(RGUCET) started on Wednesday with two departments conducting the entrance exam. A total of 70 candidates out of 108 shortlisted were vying for the coveted 30 seats for admission into MA in Mass Communication while for the 40 seats in MBA, a total of 148 candidates out of 181 shortlisted attended the exam.

The Academic Council of RGU decided to introduce entrance system in all the departments during its 15th meeting held on 14 September, 2015 in the line of Central Universities Common Entrance Test structure.

The university, this year has introduced admissions through entrance mode excluding few programmes such as B.Ed., BCA, few Diploma and certificate courses.  

The RGU's Joint Registrar (Academic & Conference) Dr. David Pertin who is also convenor of RGUCET Coordination committee expressed satisfaction with the arrangements after visiting the exam centres.

The entrance exam which started today will end on 2nd August covering 28 programmes, while entrance date for M.Ed. shall be notified after 5th August, informed Dr Pertin.

Approximately 9400 odd applicants applied through offline and online modes for 1317 seats in various PG, UG, professional, PG Diploma, Diploma and certificate programmes being offered by 26 departments, of which 1881 candidates applied through online mode from across the country. "The entrance mode is expected to select the best candidates", Dr Pertin said.




Tension in Dem village after youth murdered

ANSU team visit victim's family

DEM, Jul 26: Tension was prevailing in Dem village near Deed under Yachuli Assembly Constituency of Lower Subansiri following a murder of a youth on July 16.

One Licha Tosu (23) succumbed to his injuries following a brutal attack by one Neelam Take, aged around 60 years. Tosu died on the same day.

The alleged murderer was arrested on the same day and a case has been registered against him under section 302 IPC at Ziro Police Station, said Lower Subansiri Superintendent of Police (SP) Bomge Kamduk.

As the tension was still growing high, a team of All Nyishi Students Union (ANSU) visited the village on Tuesday to take stock of the situation.

The team met the victim's family and urged them for calm.

This is a heinous crime and the accused deserve stringent punishment for his barbaric act, said union President Toko Takam.

General Secretary Tukbom Ligu termed the incident very unfortunate.

"There is law and let it take its own course," he said, while expressing solidarity with the victim's family.

He further appealed to the church leaders and village elders to help the victim's family overcome the tragedy.




PCI seeks report from GoAP on scribe assault

ITANAGAR, Jul 26:  Press Council of India has taken suo-motu cognizance of the incident involving attack on The Arunachal Times Associate Editor, Ranjit Sinha and has sought a report on facts of the case from the government of Arunachal Pradesh.

On July 6 last, The Arunachal Times Associate Editor, Ranjit Sinha was attacked by four people near heavily guarded Civil Secretariat in Itanagar when he was returning home from work. Itanagar Police had recently arrested four people, including two government officials involved in the incident.




Drugs peddler nabbed

ITANAGAR, Jul 26: All Mishmi Students' Union (AMSU) nabbed a drug peddler from a rent house near Matai Street, Tezu on July 25.

The alleged drug peddler identified as one Mading Kartik of Yibuk village, Roing had long been engaged in drugs peddling, AMSU informed.

It demanded authority to award stringent punishment under appropriate sections of the law.




ASWFL: Deed and Doimukh win

ITANAGAR, Jul 26: Deed circle FC and FC Doimukh won their respective matches on day six of the on going Arunachal State Women’s Football League (ASWFL) -2017 at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium on Wednesday.

Deed Circle FC beat EYAEF FC 4-0. The scorers were Toko Yall (2 goal), Bengia Mercy and Binde Maying.

FC Doimukh defeated Next FC 3-0. Scorers were Taw Natung (2 goal) and Tana Nimey.

There will be a selection trial for Jub-Junior Boys National Football Championship -2017 on July 28 and 29 at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, informed Arunachal Pradesh Football Association Secretary Kipa Ajay.

Today’s match

CCFC VS Deed Circle FC at 1:30pm

ASC VS FC Doimukh at 3 pm onward.




18th Kargil Vijay Diwas

ITANAGAR, Jul 26: The 18th Kargil Vijay Divas was celebrated at BJP state office here on Wednesday. The day is being celebrated to commemorate the India's victory in Kargil War and to recall the supreme sacrifices made by brave Indian soldiers for the country.

In his keynote address, former Home Minister and senior BJP leader Lowangcha Wanglat said that more than 500 soldiers made their supreme sacrifice in Kargil War. He  also remembered the act of bravery and  supreme sacrifices made by the soldiers from North Eastern region in Kargil War including Captain N. Kenguruse of Nagaland, Captain Clifford K Nongrum of Meghalaya, Captain Jintu Gogoi of Assam,  Havalder Hogu Chimyang of Lapnan Village, Arunachal Pradesh and many others.

"All these soldiers laid down their lives for the peace and security of their fellow countrymen," Wanglat said adding "best way we can honour our martyrs is by taking a pledge to root out corruption from society."

Addressing the house, Power, Industry, Textile and Handicrafts Minister, Tamiyo Taga termed Kargil war as a product of the evil design of Pakistan.  While condemning the state policy of Pakistan to sponsor terrorism, Taga pointed out that the day is not far when Pakistan will be internationally isolated and it will fracture into small provinces along ethnic lines.

On the issue of India's security, Taga said "today's India is not the India of 1962. Indian Army is highly motivated and well equipped."  Taga cautioned that even a military power like China should not make the mistake of underestimating India.

Among others, State BJP Vice President Kenyir Ringu, State Secretary Doni Nich also spoke on the occasion.

MLA Olom Panyang along with many BJP senior leaders, state BJP office bearers, Morcha leaders  and karyakartas attended the function.

Remembering the supreme sacrifice made during the Kargil War in 1999, Major General Sanjay Gupta, Inspector General Assam Rifles (North), all ranks of the formation, villagers and family members of Captain Neikezhakuo Kenguruse, MVC (Posthumous) alongwith ex-servicemen paid rich tribute to the brave son of Nagaland at his memorial located near Nerhema Village, Kohima on the occasion of  the 18th Kargil Vijay Diwas on  Wednesday.

Captain Neikezhakuo Kenguruse of Nerhema village attained martyrdom while destroying enemy bunker and killing four enemy soldiers in a commando action on June 28, 1999 during Kargil War. He was later awarded Maha Vir Chakra for his act of bravery which is the second highest military decoration in India.

The General while addressing the audience stated on how Capt Kenguruse, MVC is a source of motivation and inspiration to all ranks and youth of Nagaland. He further urged the youth to work for the development, security and well-being of the nation.  




Cleanliness drive

AALO, Jul 26: The Galo Ane Safai Abhiyan which is spearheading the cleanliness drive in Aalo town organized a massive social service from Nehru Chowk to Entry gate of DRDA office, Aalo on Wednesday. During the social service which started early in the morning, huge debris along both sides of the road was cleared up. The shopkeepers and individuals all along the roadsides were also motivated to clean up their surroundings.

The hand gloves used for cleaning purposes were provided voluntarily by Minjom Bagra, retired DC, as a source of encouragement to the people.  DIPRO




Awareness meeting with students

AALO, Jul 26: In its continued efforts to enrol young voters in the electoral roll as per the directive of ECI, the District Election Office held an interactive awareness meeting with students of Govt. HS School, Aalo on Wednesday.

West Siang District Election Officer Gamli Padu said that Government is very keen to enrol all eligible young voters to make them part of democratic process.

Highlighting the role of youths in upholding democratic process, he exhorted the young voters to enrol their names in the electoral roll and exercise their adult franchise for a strong and vibrant India.

Circle Officer (Election) Lijum Ete explained in details about enrolment of names, value of being a voter, handling of EVMs, new guidelines of ECI, dates of enrolment, claims and objections.

The Vice Principal of the school Emi Angu was also present in the programme.  DIPRO




Deadline to stop highway earth cutting

ITANAGAR, Jul 26:  The Jigo Yego Students' Union (JYSU) gave Likabali SDO a July 31 deadline to stop the on-going highway earth cutting work at Garu and Likabali.

In its earlier memorandum, the students' union appealed to the SDO to immediately stop the work apprehending disaster.

It stated that the earth cutting in both areas was not only creating great inconvenience to the commuters but also posing serious threat to human lives, property and the eco-system.

Further, soil is being dumped randomly at downstream instead of being transported to the designated sites, which is threatening the aquatic life, flora and fauna of the area, the students' union said.

On July 19, a car (Scorpio) was badly hit by a falling boulder at earth cutting site, JYSU informed. It apprehended that such kind of incident, even more devastating one cannot be ruled out, if the work is not immediately stopped.

JSYU said it will be compelled to shut down all machineries engaged in earth cutting works till the end of the monsoon, if the authority fails to stop the works even after expiry of the deadline served.

Any official vehicles of highway road executors or private vehicles engaged by them would be restricted during that period.

However, machineries engaged for road clearance work at block point and all types of vehicles will be allowed to ply, JYSU said.




Allegation against Sona baseless: BAWS

ITANAGAR, Jul 26:   Days after the members of Boh Ramo Bokar (Adi) Elite Society (BRBES), Mechukha condemned its president Jhony Pinggam for allegedly misusing the name of Society for tarnishing someone's image, the Boh Aao Welfare Society (BAWS), Tato on Wednesday vehemently condemned Pinggam for the same.

The Boh Ramo Bokar (Adi) Elite Society had recently served a 10-day ultimatum to Pasang Dorjee Sona, who is also the government spokesperson, to clear his stand on the allegation of taking rupees 4 crore from late Chief Minister Kalikho Pul.

Sona had refuted the allegation stating that there was not an iota of truth in the allegation and he was ready for investigation.

Stating that the allegation level against Sona in the name of society by Pinggam is baseless and politically motivated, the Society further said that they respect the duly elected representative.

The Society asked Pinggam to stop such irresponsible and meaningless activities in future and further suggested him to seek apology from Sona.  




Stir continues  

ITANAGAR, Jul 26:  The indefinite pen and tool down strike by All India DRDA Staff Welfare Association, West Kameng district unit entered 8th day on Wednesday.

The Association has been demanding immediate absorption of DRDA staff in line department of state government and regular disbursement and drawal of DRDA salary through treasury bill.




Meeting on bio-medical waste management held

ITANAGAR, Jul 26:  In a meeting regarding implementation of Bio-medical Waste Management (BMWM) Common Bio-medical Waste Treatment Facility (CBMWTF) conducted at the chambers of Chief Managing Director of Heema Hospital, Dr. B Rana, it was resolved to upgrade the biomedical waste management system in the hospital to the latest standard.

It was also decided that sensitization programme regarding waste management will also be conducted from time to time.

Medical Superintendent Dr. Kesang W Thongdok, all the consultants, staffs and the technical heads of Heema Hospital were present in the meeting.




Forum seeks special examination

ITANAGAR, Jul 26:  The   Arunachal Pradesh Colleges Forum has appealed to the Vice Chancellor of Rajiv Gandhi University to give opportunity to the students of IIIrd semester, by allowing them to clear their back paper by holding a special examination.

In a statement, it said that students of this IIIrd semester batch were never given opportunity to appear in special examination to clear their back papers.  

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Bihar headings towards period of uncertainty

The decision of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to resign has plunge grand secular alliance into massive crisis. Mr Kumar cited irreconcilable differences with ally RJD on the issue of corruption charges against his deputy Tejashwi Prasad Yadav for the cause of his resignation. The sudden development throws the politics of Bihar into chaos with no party having a majority in the 243-member Assembly. JD (U) has 71 seats, while RJD headed by Tejashwi's father Lalu Prasad, has 80. The BJP has 53.

 Shortly after Nitish Kumar dramatically resigned, Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated him for "joining the fight against corruption."  BJP has already decided to extend support to JD (U) while Nitish himself did not rule out the possibilities of seeking support of the BJP. The reason for resignation cited by Nitish Kumar is baffling considering the fact that he was working with RJD Chief Lalu Yadav who has been implicated in corruption charge in fodder scam. If Nitish was really concern about corruption issue he had the option of not aligning with RJD at first instance. It looks like after weighing all possibilities Nitish saw an opportunity to re-align with BJP and form government in Bihar. This will help him to rule Bihar with the support of central government. But Nitish has taken huge gamble by deciding to ditch RJD and Congress. Bihar is heading towards period of political uncertainty which is not good for the overall development of state.







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Recruitment process

Dear Editor,

I would like to draw the attention of APPSC to expedite the process of exam conduct. I request state government machinery to provide more resources and adequate machinery to the APPSC, so that it can conduct exam on stipulated time.

Meanwhile, the Commission should start the examination process to recruit Extension and Economic Investigators without further delay.


Alex Nalo





Transfer teachers

Dear Editor,

We had lots of expectation in recent rationalization and transfer and posting of teacher on the basis of length of service of teacher in school.  

We thought that old teachers will be transferred out and new teachers will be posted in the schools. Because, when Government employees stay in particular area for many years, they become lazy and become arrogant.

In Lower Subansiri district, particularly in Ziro-I and Yazali Block, there are many teachers, both SSA and regulars, who are in particular school for more than a decade. In recent  1st phase  transfer, many of them  have not been transferred out rather  those teacher who were in school for 4-5 years have been transferred out.

Here, we would like to inform the concerned authority of that   many teachers, both SSA and regular teacher were trying to change their schools for the last many years on health and other grounds. But still their requests have not been responded.

Therefore, we appeal to the Deputy Commissioner and DDSE of Lower Subansiri  to once again go through the profile of all teachers  and make sure that those teachers who are in particular school since their first posting   are transferred out  to other schools. Because, we the parents come to now from our children that those longest serving teachers are very irregular in their duty and when we complain, they sing song of their seniority in the school and they even disobey their Principal/Headmaster.

We hope that concern authority will transfer out those longest   serving teachers from Ziro-I and Yazali block in second and third phase in all. This will be in the welfare of both students and general public.






Open letter to Chief Minister

Dear Editor,

This year government talked much about rationalization of teachers  by  transferring them on the basis of  length  of  service in particular school. But after seeing the first and second phase of transfer of teachers, we have come to conclusion that political influence has played its game whereas government had been claiming that no politics will be entertain in transfer of teachers. Because many teachers both Regular and SSA teachers ( who are not at the verge of retirement)  have not been transferred out  who are in the particular school since their first posting . Example may seen  in the schools of Lower Subasniri, East Siang , West Siang.

Everybody know that when any government employees stay in particular  posting place for many years, they start neglecting their duty and become arrogant. Negligence and arrogance in teachers is not good for the future of students.

We common public has lots of expectation that this time government is very serious to improve education scenario of government schools by transferring out old teachers and transferring in new teachers thereby pumping in new energy in the school.

Therefore, we appeal to chief minister to treat this letter as complaint and request of general public and do the needful by transferring all teachers who are in particular school for last 9-10 years in third phase of transfer.






Declare schedule

Dear Editor,

I would like to request the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission to declare the tentative dates for the APPSCCE and Assistant Engineer Exam.

Being unemployed, lots of students like me are appearing for any and every exam that we think we have a chance of cracking. Since APPSCCE and AE exams are tough and very competitive, it would be very helpful to us if the Commission could declare their tentative dates.

This will help us in drawing up a strategy to ready ourselves for both the exams. Right now we, especially engineering graduates, are in a confused state of mind as to how to prepare efficiently for both the exams without a proper schedule.


An Aspirant






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