The Deputy Commissioner Shri Pige Ligu discuss the preparedness for APPSCCE’2020 Preliminary exam which is scheduled to be held on 1st November’2020( Sunday)

A meeting with all head of institutions of forthcoming APPSC exam centres, Police and health and education  departments under Papum Pare District was  convened today to discuss the preparedness for APPSCCE’2020 Preliminary exam which is scheduled to be held on 1st November’2020( Sunday) next across the state.

Chairing the meeting Deputy Commissioner Shri Pige Ligu called upon all representatives of institutions, Police, Health to gear up the preparations   with missionary zeal and plan meticulously to conduct exam in a very impartial and transparent manner.

During the meeting all guidelines of Commission were discussed in details and keeping in view the  pandemic situation, the house also discussed in length about the precautionary measures for allowing candidates with COVID-19 Positive cases ,thereupon  DC directed all head of institutions to make adequate arrangements as per SOPs of COVID-19 and kept in ready isolation rooms in each centres for such candidates and to perform thermal scanning strictly as preventive measures to identify  any candidate with high temperature.  He also opined that if possible Commission should issue the communiqué for such candidates who wish to write the exam to made declaration through online mode about their status to Commission in advance before  the exam so that concerned authority can make adequate precautionary measures.

He also directed health department to keep ready medical team with ambulance,  emergency kits and deploy sufficient staffs for thermal screening of candidates at each exam centre.

He further directed Nodal Officer, Exam to prepare contingency plan to mitigate any unforeseen situation for smooth conduct of exam.

The DC also  reviewed preparatory arrangements made by respective head of institutions of exam centres Rajiv Gandhi University, Rono Hills, Govt College Doimukh, Govt Higher Secondary School, Doimukh and Don Bosco School, Nonpu, Doimukh and representatives of each exam centres also apprised about their arrangements and  required logistic support from district administration.

SP Papum Pare Jimmy Chiram also briefed the house about overall  security arrangements  and informed that adequate manpower will be pressed into service on day of exam to ensure full proof security coverage of entire process of exam.

Earlier, Nodal Officer, Exam  Smti Dolma Wangjom, EAC briefed the house about objective of the meeting and informed that as per Commission it is expected that 1410 candidates will be sit for exam in 4 exam centres in Papum Pare District.

Among others present were ADC Tabang Bodung,  APPSC Deputy Secretary Bate Koyu,  Principal Govt College Doimukh M.Q Khan, Dr. Oken Lego, RGU, DSO-IDSP Dr. R. Ronya, EAC Mokar Riba, SDO Doimukh Sabodham Tayang, GHSS Principal Kamki, Principal Don Bosco School, Nonpu, representatives from DDSE office admin officers.

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Malaria Elimination Task Force unit of Tawang District was conducted today in the conference hall of DC Tawang

The first meeting of the members of District Malaria Elimination Task Force unit of Tawang District was conducted today in the conference hall of DC Tawang. In which all the members of Task force were present, the meeting was chaired by Deputy Commissioner Tawang Shri Sang Phuntsok.

In his address to the members DC Tawang said the role of Medical team and members of Task force is very important in disseminating information and awareness on Malaria, We should work fulltime and justify our salary by giving our service sincerely and dedicatedly. He stressed on giving awareness to the general public on maintaining cleanliness and proper management and segregation of domestic and other wastes.

Dr. T.Loyi, Public Health Consultant,National Vector Borne disease control programme(NVBDCP) Itanagar explained the role of DMETF members in Malaria Elimination programme, he further gave detailed information on the programme and its implementation, preparation of District and Block level Micro plans etc.

DMO Tawang Dr. Wangdi Lama speaking on the breeding ground of Mosquitoes said, the worn out tyres lying in garages in Township area and unused dehusking stones and contaminated water in it are one of the best breeding ground for Mosquitoes, and we need to give awareness in this regard to the garage owners and workers. He further requested CDPO to sensitize the Anganwadi workers and ASHA workers in this regard at village level.

The District Programme officer(NVBDCP) Tawang Dr. Thutan Tsering explained about the powers and functions of the DMETF members and gave information on status of Malaria in Tawang district .

DC Holds Meeting with Line Department for Free and Fair Conduct of APPS Prem. Examination

Aalo 07th Oct: – An elaborate meeting on free and fair conduct of ensuing Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Combined Competitive Preliminary examination in four centres of West Siang District was held under the Chairmanship of West Siang Deputy Commissioner Shri Moki Loyi at Conference Hall of DC office today The DC disclosed that around 1250 candidates are appearing from the district and utmost precau.tions on deployment of Police and Magistrates, appointment of Centre Superintendents, Coordinators, sitting arrangements, sanitizations and adherence to SOPs of the state and Commission for the conduct of Examination as one mistake is potent enough to spoil the entire examination system. He asked Examination and DDSE to list out names of sincere staffs who can be assigned the sensitive duty with reserve lists of Invigilators and seats for the candidates considering the pandemic situation.

The ADC Aalo Shri Liyi Bagra, stressed on various SOPs given by the Commission to conduct the Examination. The SP, DMO, DDSE, Principals of R.K Mission, Govt. H.S. School Aalo, NMHSS, Headmaster of Town Middle School spelt out the arrangements being taken up and entrusted to them for the conduct of examination in time.

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( Gijum Tali)

DIPRO Aalo

 

Memo No. WS/IPR-10/2014                                                                   Dated Aalo the 07th Oct, 2020

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  1. The CA to DC Aalo for information please.
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( Gijum Tali)

District information & Public Relation officer

West Siang Dist, Aalo

Governor appeals for strict adherence of COVID 19 pandemic protocol.

The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh Brig. (Dr.) B.D. Mishra (Retd.) after his visit to the National Capital, New Delhi, returned to the State Capital, Itanagar on 6th October 2020.

As per the COVID 19 pandemic protocol, Hon’ble Governor along with the First Lady of the State Smt Neelam Misra and ADC to Governor underwent the Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) at Innerline Check Gate, Banderdewa. They are now undergoing five days laid down Home Quarantine as per the guidelines issued by the State Government.

The Hon’ble Governor has appealed to all citizens of the State to observe strict COVID-19, precautionary protocol to check the spread of COVID-19. He has emphasised that covering the Nose and Mouth fully with Face Mask must be done by everyone when going out of the house.

Proper social distancing, as the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi ji calls it as “Do Gauz Ki Doori”, i.e. distance between two people of minimum 6 feet must be observed at every place including offices, shops, streets and other public places of interaction, he stressed.

The Hon’ble Governor sought for people’s cooperation in this regard, so that the State remains protected from Corona Virus Pandemic.

During his stay at New Delhi, the Governor had discussions with the Central leadership on the developmental issues of the State.

 

PRO to Governor

Arunachal Pradesh

ITANAGAR, October 7, 2020

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30th BOARD OF MANAGEMENT AND AGM  OF NERCORMP(T&L) HELD AT KHONSA

Khonsa 18th August, 2020 :The 30th board of management and Annual   General Body (AGM) meeting of the NERCORMP society was convened today by Secretary, NEC Shillong. NERCORMP in Tirap and Longding was represented by Smt. Bhanu Prabha, IAS Deputy Commissioner, Tirap cum Chairperson, Tirap Community Resource Management Society along with Ms. Jasmine Shin, CBO representative.

In the meeting, the Deputy Commissioner Bhanu Prabha requested NEC to provide fund to continue the services of Community Organiser (CO’s), marketing support for Agri-Horti produce and working capital fund for the processing unit planned for establishment in Tirap and Longding.

Chief Minister Pema Khandu said that the state capital Itanagar has been selected for implementation of the ‘Nagar Van’

Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu said that the state capital Itanagar has been selected for implementation of the ‘Nagar Van’ or Urban Forest scheme of the Union Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change (EFCC).

Attending a meeting of the Union Ministry chaired by EFCC Minister Prakash Javadekar through video conferencing this morning, Khandu informed that as there are only two urban cities in the state – Itanagar and Pasighat– the state capital has been selected for implementation of the scheme this year. He said the department of Environment and Forest has already earmarked the land measuring about 20 hectares for creation of an ‘Urban Forest’.

Khandu, who is also the minister in-charge of Environment & Forest,informed Javadekar that the Union Ministry’s ‘Nagar Van’ scheme would be dovetailed with the Smart City project so that the objective of the scheme is achieved in toto.

The ‘Nagar Van’ is a scheme being launched by the Union EFCC Ministry that envisages to create forests in 200 urban cities across the country on public-private-partnership basis. The Ministry would offer an initial grant of Rs 2 crores for fencing, maintenance and administrative costs of the earmarked land to be developed.

Giving details of the action taken by the state government in implementation of various central govt schemes regarding environment and forest, the Chief Minister said that 100 schools across the state are being identified for the scheme ‘School Nursery’. Under the scheme students would grow their own trees in a chosen place within the school premises and care for it and at the end of year, they would take the sapling and plant it in their own premises. The union ministry plans to cover 1000 schools this year with a target of covering 5000 schools by the year 2024-25.

He further informed that under the Plantation under 20-point program of the union ministry, the state had planted 6 lakhs trees surpassing its target of 1 lakh saplings. He assured that by the end of this year, 12 lakh saplings will be planted across the state.

Khandu underscored the importance of getting onboard the Center’s National Transit Pass System in context of Arunachal Pradesh, where stretches of forest land are owned by communities as well as individuals.

As the system (through a portal) ensures seamless movement of forest produce across the country giving farmers economic right over their forest land, he observed that in such a situation farmers will get motivated to plant trees of their choice increasing the forest cover of the state. He directed the state officials to get on board the portal as soon as possible and create awareness amongst the farmers.

The meeting, which was also attended by Union MoS for EFCC Babul Supriyo and forest ministers of 30 states and UTs, discussed in detail all the six schemes being launched by the union ministry.

Besides the Nagar Van, School Nursery, Plantation and National Transit Pass System, the ministry is also implementing Water and Fodder Augmentation in Forest Land and Rejuvenation of 12 major Rivers schemes in coordination with the states and union territories.

Deputy Chief Minister, Chowna Mein, who also holds the Minister-In-Charge of Power and Non-Conventional Energy Resources have dedicated one unit of 3×1.5(4.5)MWAngongNallah Small Hydro-Electric Project to the people of Arunachal Pradeshon the occasion of 74th Independence Day.

Deputy Chief Minister, Chowna Mein, who also holds the Minister-In-Charge of Power and Non-Conventional Energy Resources have dedicated one unit of 3×1.5(4.5)MWAngongNallah Small Hydro-Electric Project to the people of Arunachal Pradeshon the occasion of 74th Independence Day. The SHP is built at Janbo Village, a border village at 70 km from the district headquarter, Yingkiong in Upper Siang District.

While dedicating the AngongNallah Small Hydro-Electric Project, Mein said that it will meet up the power demand of entire Upper Siang District and will bring more border villages into electrification. It will also meet up the future power demand of the district that may arise due to increase in households and business & industrial establishments.

With the completion of remaining 2 units of SHP (which will be done in some later date), there will be surplus production of power in the district, which will be shared to other parts of the State, he added.

He commended the Chief Engineer of Hydro-Power Development(Eastern Zone), all the Officers & Officials of Geku Hydro-Power Division for their tireless efforts and hard work despite the COVID-19 pandemic and the Planning Department for continuous monitoring of the project to its successful implementation.

“GANDAGI MUKT BHARAT”(GMB) beginning  from 8th to 15th of August 2020

Under the week long Behavior Change Campaign “GANDAGI MUKT BHARAT(GMB) beginning  from 8th to 15th of August 2020, Deputy Commissioner Tawang Shri Sang Phuntsok, this afternoon addressed the Gaon Burahs and villagers of Tawang district through live web cast under E-ratri Chaupal programme. 240 villages participated in the live web address. DC Tawang informed the villagers about Swach Bharat Abhiyaan, and Tawang being adjudged the first Open Defecation free district in the year 2018 and in continuation of this he appealed to keep villages neat and clean and make it a habit. Speaking about the week long Behavior change programme he requested the villagers to collect all the single use plastics and hand it over to PHE deptt, plantation drives for which plant sapling will be provided by the forest and PHE deptt, simultaneously conduct of Essay competitions and IEC programme to create awareness etc.

Speaking on COVID-19 pandemic situation in Tawang, DC said there has been no any serious case till so far, and we are prepared to combat this pandemic, he requested the Gaon Burahs to help administration in maintaining strict home quarantine guidelines and SOPs in villages. He further requested the villagers not to come out of their village if it is not very urgent, he particularly requested the senior citizens above 65 years of age and children below 10 years to be more careful.

During his address DC also informed the villagers about Nutritional Kitchen garden and Cluster farm programme of the government, under which the farmers will be provided with free seeds and agricultural tools. He requested the villagers to grow surplus vegetables by availing the benefits of these programmes of the government and increase their income.