YUPIA, June 26: H&FW Minister Alo Libang today lauded Jote area people for their conscious effort to save the environment by planting trees.
Addressing a plantation-cum-development meeting at Govt secondary school here, he said that we need to continue such practice by encouraging others to plant more trees to save the mother nature for our future generations as global warming is cause concern globally nd world and we can give our small contributions.
On present f status of Govt school, he said that Govt schools are well facilitated and people should send their children to avail the facilities. However, state’s last year CBSE performance is cause of concern for all and time has come to retrospect over the causes for such dismal performance. He advised the teachers to perform their duties with dedication and students to imbibe good habits and study hard to become a good persons.
Meanwhile, Libang, also in-charge of Panchayat Raj, informed that GoAP had dissolved the PRI system toeing Constitution of India guidelines as two-tier system would be introduced for which rules are being framed.
Responding to a memorandum, submitted by the people pleading for doctor’s quarter, boundary wall for PHC at Jote, he assured to discuss the matter with authority concerned followed by his visit to the PHC for inspecting its infrastructures.
Land Management, Forest and Environment, Women & Child Development, SJETA Minister-cum-local MLA Nabam Rebia, in his keynote address, said that Jote area will become educational hub of the state as many premier educational institutes are being set up in the area. He called upon the youth to concentrate their valuable time in building good careers by working hard with perseverance and not to indulge in any unwanted activities harmful for their career. He expressed concern over very poor performance of last CBSE exam of Papum Pare district and directed the DDSE to strictly monitor the school teachers to ensure that perform their duties. Howsoever best trained teachers are being recruited and parents should be motivated to send their children to Govt schools, he added.
He further directed district administration to adopt zero tolerance against encroachers of schools and hospitals and announced to sanction SIDF funds for boundary wall of local Govt secondary school, its water storage, toilets, restoration of roofs damaged by hailstorm etc.
Papum Pare DC Dr. Joram Beda informed that district administration soon would have an exhaustive gap analysis to improve health and education scenario for inclusion state development agenda. Former Sangdupota ZPM & HGB, SMC chairman also spoke.
Earlier, the dignitaries took part in mass plantation around the school premises, organised by forest & environment department. (DIPRO)