Capital DDSE post is illegal: APPDSU

ITANAGAR | Sep 16 | The All Papum Pare District Students’ Union (APPDSU) members lead by its president Nabam Tado on Friday called on Education Minister Honchun Ngandam and submitted a three-point memorandum seeking his urgent attention. It sought immediate cancellation of order No.N-208/80 Vol-I, Dated-22.09.14 for creation of Capital Complex DDSE, cancellation of recent appointment order of RMSA vocational teachers and all national flagship schemes should be implemented under Papum Pare DC. “Though there is separate DC, DDSE and DPC for Capital Complex, the MoHRD has not approved separate plan for Capital…

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AHS popularises Hindi in schools

ITANAGAR | Sept 16 | Arunachal Hindi Sansthan (AHS) organised Varnamala Shuddikaran Abhiyan in Rono Govt. middle school and Amba Govt. primary school today. The AHS members asked the students to read and write in Hindi script and taught them to read and write as a step to improve their reading and writing skills. AHS is set to the closing of The Hindi Pakwada will conclude coinciding with Hindi Diwas celebration on September 21 next with Chief Minister as chief guest.

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PMEGP beneficiaries selected

ITANAGAR | Sept 14| The district level task force committee (DLTFC), chaired by capital  DC Prince Dhawan, today conducted interview to select beneficiaries under Prime  Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP), a flagship programme under Union Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, a credit linked subsidy programme. The selection for 2017-18 held on Sept 11 last  concluded today with the selection of seven candidates under district industries centre (DIC) urban – one candidate each under DIC rural and KVIC-Khadi and Village Industries Commission. The result can be checked online: http://itanagar.nic.in/sche. (DIPRO)

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Develop viable dairy sector: Thungon

By Staff Reporter NAHARLAGUN | Aug 27 | Stressing on the need to develop dairy sector, RCS joint registrar  R. D. Thungon today said that   cattle rearing is viable and assure to provide training to willing members of Sangtam Ajin Multipurpose Cooperative Society  (SAMPCS). Addressing a function at Bassarnallo under Sangdupota circle after inaugurating SAMPCS office on Saturday, he assured to look into the memorandum requesting for construction of permanent office building and loan to open pharmacy in the area. Arunachal Pradesh State Cooperative APEX Bank Ltd MD Tsering Thondok said…

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Act against illegal hawkers: DC to COs

  ITANAGAR | Aug 25 | Acting tough on illegal hawkers in Capital Complex, DC Prince Dhawan today directed Itanagar and Naharlagun COs to take necessary action against them. Two teams led by Itanagar CO Dr. Heera Panggeng along with SDPO Techi Hanyir and CO Naharlagun Moyir Kato along with police, who have been carrying out regular patrolling, submitted their reports to the DC today. The DC asked the EAC and Banderdewa PS OC to keep strict vigil on entry and exit of such illegal hawkers, beggars, migrants in near future.…

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Training on HQAS begins

NAHARLAGUN | Aug 23 | Three-day state level training of medical officers, public health service providers and internal assessors on health quality assurance services (HQAS) begun at ATI here today. Senior national consultant Dr Parminder Gautam, and National Health System Resource Centre consultant of Health & Family Welfare Ministry Dr Deepika Sharma will impart the training as resource persons, according to an official release. State H&FW special secretary Dr Tapasya Raghav, in her address, exhorted the participants to rededicate themselves to HQAS and practice which would be taught to them.…

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ATI trains 31 staff

NAHARLAGUN | Aug 22 | At least 31 ministerial employees of district administration are taking part  in a three-day training on ‘national pension system (NPS), pension rules and retirement benefits’ that begun at Administrative Training Institute here today. The employees are from Tawang, West Kameng, East Kameng, Papum Pare, Lower Subansiri, Kra Daadi, Upper Subansiri, Upper Siang, West Siang, East Siang, Lower Dibang Valley, Lohit, Tirap, Changlang and Longding districts. Audit, pension & small savings director  Md. Abdul Basit inaugurated the training while ATI director Pate Marik also addressed them.

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Capital Complex inching towards ODF  

ITANAGAR | Aug 17 | While submitting filled up format of open defecation free (ODF) Swachh Bharat Mission director, Capital DC Prince Dhawan today said that it was possible after rigorous efforts by IMC officer & councillors and  numerous IEC programmes to  sensitize the public not to defecate in open. ODF declarations have been obtained from chief councilor, CMEO, councilors, schools, NGOs and SHGs. In all 789 individual household & 5 pay and use toilets have  been built by IMC recently, CMEO Habung Lampung informed. The awareness-cum-sensitization programme on ODF was launched May on 22 last by specially…

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APYC flays DA for barring Tiranga Car Rally Yatra

  ITANAGAR| Aug 16 | The APYC to condemned Capital administration for ordering prohibition of ‘Tiranga Car Rally Yatra’, proposed by Arunachal Pradesh Youth Congress as part of I-Day celebration on Tuesday from its Naharlagun office to Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan here en-route NH-415. The order came at eleventh hour to change of route via Jullang road but not in advance, which reflected the GoAP’s vindictive act to curtail the democratic spirit. The administration should apologize to the Congress party, the nation and ensure not to repeat such act in future. It…

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DHS bids farewell to officials and staff

ITANAGAR | Aug 07 | The Directorate of Health Services bid farewell to four officers and staff of the department here today at directorate office. Amongst the four, three had superannuated after a long, fruitful career. The fourth, V Chello, FAO (Finance and Accounts officer) was transferred to Directorate of Audit and Pensions after serving in the Health Directorate for more than 9 years. Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Moji Jini, DHS, lauded the three retiring officers, SC Roy, asst. unit officer, Leprosy, Millo Mali, superintendent, NVBDCP and appreciated Koj Tayung, driver as silent worker who contributed his share selflessly without…

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