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  • 28th Statehood Day celebrated at Changlang district

    Changlang, Feb’ 20, 2014: The 28th Arunachal statehood Day was celebrated at Changlang district Headquarter in befitting manner. Unfurling the tri-colour, Chairperson Zilla Parisad, Changlang Mrs Marina Kenglang extended her hearty greeting to all the residents of Changlang District.
    While appreciating the elected representatives of the district and state for taking up number of initiatives on various fronts in the district namely, Changlang-Margherita road, Namchik-Kharsang-Miao road, Jairampur-Nampong-Pangsau Pass road and Miao-Vijoynagar road, Cement Concrete road in Changlang township area, Mini Secretariat at DC’s Office complex she hoped that it would benefit the poor people of the district in many respects. The Chairperson also highlighted important achievements through different departments like PHED, PWD, DRDA, Department of Agriculture, Medical Department, ICDS, Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Dett, Department of Education, etc.
    Statehood Day 2014
    Chairperson Zilla Parisad, Changlang
    Mrs Marina Kenglang unfurling
    the national flag
    “The recent successful launch of NERCORMP-III at the District headquarters, Changlang is praiseworthy, I hope developmental activities will soon begin for sustainable growth in various field like Agri./Horti./forest/fisheries and small scale industry sector in the district.” added the chairperson.
    While lauding the department of police, Changlang for their excellent job in curbing the drug trafficking she under lined that the department had busted many drug peddlers recently and seized large quantity of opium in the district. She appreciated the district administration, PRI members, NGOs, GBs, Women group and students, etc are also coming forward to generate awareness among the general people against rising drug menace.
    Statehood Day 2014
    Statehood Day 2014 celebration
    at Changlang general ground
    She was positive that the young generations would sensibly keep themselves away from this menace and work hard to achieve what they desire and deserve. Later, she inaugurated the exhibition and local food stall opened by various departments and the Self Help Groups of various sub tribes of Changlang respectively.
    P T display by the contingents of Police, Folk dance of Tutsa, Tangsa and Galo, colourful cultural display by the students of Holy Rosary, Green Lawn School, and various Govt Primary and Middle schools of Changlang were the other attractions of the day.

  • 65th Republic Day celebrated at Changlang district

    Changlang, January 26, 2014: The 65th Republic Day was celebrated at Changlang district Headquarter with pomp and gaiety. Unfurling the tri-colour, The Deputy Commissioner, Changlang Smti Chanchal Yadav, IAS extended her hearty greeting to all the residents of the district including State Police, Para-Military Forces, the border guards and Armed forces who remain ever ready to defend the honor and pride of our motherland.
    She appealed all and sundry to pay sincere tributes to the great founding father, freedom fighter and patriotic leader who had secured freedom for the nation through their struggles and untiring efforts.
    Republic Day 2014
    Changlang Deputy Commissioner Chanchal Yadav hosting National Flag at Changlang general ground. SP Changlang Vijay Kumar standing beside her.
    While commending the elected representatives of the district and state for taking up number of initiatives on various fronts she said that the state govt has formulated many important policies responding to the need and aspirations of people particularly in the field of skill development and employment generation.
    She highlighted that the four most important roads in the district namely, Changlang-Margherita road, Namchik-Kharsang-Miao road, Jairampur-Nampong-Pangsau Pass road and Miao-Vijoynagar road will alter the fate the district after its completion. She urged all the implementing agencies to sincerely expedite the work keeping check on quality. Yadav proudly informed that Changlang is the first district in the state where work of Cement Concrete road has started and construction of Mini Secretariat Building in DC’s Office Complex & construction of VKV School building are also at full swing. Up-gradation of Rangfrah Govt College, ITI Balinong and District hospital, Changlang have also started recently, she added.
    The Deputy Commissioner also highlighted important achievements under various departments namely; PHED, Department of Agriculture, Medical Department, ICDS, Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Dett, Department of Education, etc.
    She informed that Govt of India’s decision to set up border haat to open border trade through Pangsau Pass is all set to give a new lease of life to the border town Nampong and will project the district in the map of international trade. Expressing happiness over the recent successful launch of NERCORMP-III at the District headquarter, Changlang she said the developmental activities will begin soon for sustainable growth in the field of Agri./Horti./forest/fisheries and small scale industry sector which will cover large numbers rural and urban beneficiaries and help eradicating poverty in the districts of Changlang and Tirap.
    Speaking on the problems of drug menace in the district, she enthusiastically informed that all the 23 villages of Manmao circle have resolved for zero opium cultivation and consumption. She lauded the Police department for recent successful busting of drug peddlers and seizure of more than 20 KG opium. She also lauded PRI members, NGOs, GBs, Women group and students for their co-operation in recently conducted several awareness progammes in the district against rising drug menace.
    Later, she inaugurated the exhibition stall opened by various departments to generate mass awareness on activities undertaken by their department.
    P T display by the contingents of Police, students from various schools, NCC, Scouts & Guides, Band display from 4 Assam rifles and students of Holy Rosary School, cultural display by tiny tots fo various schools were the other attraction of the day.
    Meanwhile, reports have been received that in Manmao, Khimyang and Yatdam circle also the 65th Republic Day was celebrated in befitting manner.

  • DoNER Minister launched Community resource management project for Changlang, Tirap and Longding districts

    CHANGLANG, January 6, 2014: The ambitious North Eastern Region Community Resource Management Project (NERCORMP) was officially launched for the districts of Tirap, Changlang and Longding at Changlang here today by DoNER Minister Paban Singh Ghatowar in presence of Chief Minister Nabam Tuki, Union Minister of State for Minority Affairs Ninong Ering, Rajya Sabha MP Mukut Mithi and host of ministers, parliamentary secretaries, MLAs and government officials.
    NERCORMP for Upland Areas is a livelihood and rural development project aimed to transform the lives of the poor and marginalized tribal families in the North East region. It is a joint developmental initiative of the North Eastern Council (NEC), Ministry of DoNER and International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD). The Project is into its third phase and includes the three districts of Arunachal Pradesh and Churachandpur and Chandel districts in Manipur. NERCORMP launched at Changlang
    Union Minister, DoNER Paban Singh Ghatowar launching NERCORMP in presence of Chief Minister Nabam Tuki, Union Minister of State for Minority Affairs Ninong Ering, Rajya Sabha MP Mukut Mithi and host of ministers, parliamentary secretaries, MLAs and government officials

    NERCORMP is already under operation in Assam, Manipur and Meghalaya. The first phase was completed in 2008 and the second phase (NERCORMP II) started its operations in July 2010. The project adopts a holistic approach of development with two broad focus areas. These are i) Social mobilization, organization and capacity building to tap and realize the great latent potential of the communities by employing time tested traditional value systems and culture and ii) Intervene with the economic and social activities and infrastructure with predominant thrust on income generating activities to achieve economic transformation.
    Major activities under the project includes capacity building of communities and participating agents, economic and livelihood activities, extension and technology transfer, credit, social sector activities, village roads and rural electrification, community based bio-diversity conservation, natural resource management and communication, convergence with ongoing government schemes and marketing support.
    ‘NEAT’ – North East Agro Business Trade, is the common brand name used for marketing of products and produces of the communities across the project districts. The Project organizes ‘NEAT FEST” annually, which gives the communities to showcase their products and exchange knowledge. The project will be funded by NEC, Ministry of DoNER, for a period of six years starting this financial year. Launching the project for the first time in Arunachal Pradesh, Ghatowar assured that it would immensely benefit the villagers and youths, especially those who are unemployed. He said once in full swing livelihood would be available to every citizen in the three districts.
    Tuki expressed gratitude to the DoNER Ministry for expanding the hugely beneficial programme in the state and thanked the battery of officers from Government of India for camping at Changlang and sensitizing the people and state officials on the benefits and framework of NERCORMP. He said the project will usher in employment and thus bring peace in the three districts.
    Referring to the recent crossfire between security forces and ultras in which two civilians were killed, the Chief Minister expressed grief and reiterated that no matter what lives of innocent citizens must not be lost. He informed of the ex-gratia (Rs. 4 lakhs each to the deceased and Rs. 1 lakh to the seriously injured) announced recently by the government to the deceased and the injured and said that a senior police officer has been directed to find out the exact cause of the deaths. Earlier in the day, Tuki visited Geku in Upper Siang district on way to Changlang where he laid the foundation stones for an ITI and a Model Degree College. Interacting with the people, he assured that if the people made sufficient land available government will also consider to establish a polytechnic in the area.
    While Ninong Ering, Education Minister Bosiram Siram, Civil Supplies Minister Kamlung Mossang, Finance, PWD & Planning Minister Chowna Mein and Chief Secretary H K Paliwal accompanied the CM to Geku, Agriculture Minister Setong Sena, Speaker Wangling Lowangdong, WRD Minister Newlai Tingkhatra, Parliamentary Secretaries C C Singpho, Honchum Ngandam, Phosum Khimhum, Yumsen Matey, Thinghaap Taiju, Wangki Lowang, Thangwang Wangham, MLA Kamthok Lowang and host of state and central government officers were present in the NERCORMP launching ceremony.

  • Union Ministers Visited at Pangsau Pass, Indo-Myanmar Border in Changlang district

    Nampong will become a major trade centre to link Myanmar (Burma), China and other Southeast Asian countries
    Changlang, November 09, 2013: The Union Ministers of state Dr. EM. Sudarshana Natchiappan for Commerce & Industries and Ninong Ering for Minority Affairs, paid two day visit to Nampong and Jairampur on 08th & 09th November last. On their Arrival visited ‘PANGSAU-PASS’ Indo Myanmar Border, had interacted with Officers and public from Myanmar and took stock of the views from both side confronting the Border Trades, Cultural Exchange, Promotion of tourism and infrastructure Developments. The Ministers informed that, Government of India is aware of the problems and necessary action would be taken up in infrastructure developments, health coverage facilities, School and other basic needs for the people living across the boundary.
    Union ministers visit at Pangsau Pass Union ministers visit at Pangsau Pass
    Union ministers visiting at Pangsau Pass, Indo-Myanmar border
  • br /> Speaking on the occasion at a public meeting held at Auditorium of Govt. H.S. School Nampong. Dr, EM Sudarshana, expressed his immense pleasure to be in this picturesque and serene land, the love and affection shown to him by the local people would cherish his mind forever. Nampong and Jairampur have tremendous tourism potential and other natural resources that are to be taped properly and systematically. He informed that Asian Ministers Conference is Schedule to be held at Bangkok from 17th to 20th November next, one of the Agenda to discuss linking all South East Asian Countries with road connectivity and whereever possible railway lines parallel with road communication. India to link road connectivity with Myanmar, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Sri Lankan. He assured to take up the vital Stilwell Road to promote border trade, tourism and cultural exchange with Myanmar.
    A memorandum was submitted to the minister by the people of Nampong and Jairampur highlighting six points like approval of Nampong Town as Indo-Myanmar border trade town, transportation facilities, relaxation on item list to be sold by Indian vendors, deployment of land customs department, development of BORDER HAAT at Pangsau Pass and construction of border felicitation centre at Jairampur. The Minister said he would look into the matter. Also, advised to install Solar Power plant to meet the power shortage and to start industries like food processing plants and other small scale industries. The private sector should be motivated to start industries, Hospitals and Educational Institutes so that local people to become entrepreneurs and good business men for self sustainable economy and to develop the region.
    The Minister for minority affairs, Ninong Ering, Emphasized on creative and economic generation as the Arunachal Pradesh have reached its saturated points, unemployment, drug abuse and antisocial element are the major concern of the day. So he appealed for active participations in border trade, tourism and other income generating activities. The Government is ready to help the needy people and other infrastructures for general public. While replying to one point demand for construction of boundary/fortification wall around the School compound for safe and the security of the School, he assured to look into the matter. Further said, the love and affection shown to him by the people of Nompong and Jairampur would always be remembered.
    Setong Sena, Minister of Agriculture, Horticulture and Vety. & Animal Husbandry, explained the importance of Indo-Myanmar trade to benefit to entire Arunachal Pradesh and the North Eastern region. He advised the local people to take up commercial and perennial income generating scheme like tea and rubber cultivation. He requested Union Ministers to help to grow the border trade with Myanmar for progress and prosperity of people and the region.
    During the visit, power point presentation was presented by the Deputy Commissioner Changlang, Smti Chanchal Yadav, on border trade affairs on Pangsau Pass (Indian side). She said Myanmar is the bridge to the South East Asian Countries, so Arunachal Pradesh also should made a member of High Level Committee on promotion of trade and commerce between India and Myanmar. Further she informed that, till now only twenty two permitted items allowed to trade, and asked to enhance the permissible items and informed that, the Border Haat management committee for border trade affairs, The MoU was already signed and the land identified for the Border Haat, requested to appoint custom officer and officials for smooth conduct of trade and also stressed on capacity building for the local population.
    The Director Trade & Commerce, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh, through his power point presentation explained to develop border trade with Asian Countries across the Pangsau Pass. He highlighted importance and the re-opening of STILWELL ROAD to built up close friendly relation, and promote tourism and trade with Myanmar at large.
    Among others, B. K. Chena, member Arunachal .Pradesh Public Service Commission, Vijay Kumar S.P Changlang, Kento Riba ADC Jairampur, Gautam Hagarika SDO Nampong, ZPMs, Anchal Sammity Chairperson of Jairampur and Nompong & Rima Putak were accompanied during the visit. Before departure they visited the Second World War Memorial Cemetery at Jairampur.

  • Gandhi Jayanti celebrated at Changlang

    Changlang, October 2, 2013 : With rest part of the country, Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated in an enthusiastic and befitting manner at District HQ. Changlang today.
    The people of Changlang district remembered the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi on his birth anniversary by offering floral tribute to the statue of Gandhiji at DIET Campus by the Deputy Commissioner, ADC, SP and Officers.
    The day was celebrated by conducting social service in all the Govt. offices, educational institutes, colonies and market area. This year the main focus was on plastic issue and cleanliness. The Urban planning department decided to plan a big scale Shramdan focusing on plastic issue.
    Sarva Dharma Prathana and Ram Dhun (Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram) organized near Gandhiji’s statue at DIET Campus, where the people of all community, students from various schools and Govt. officers and officials participated during the celebration.

  • Two days sensitization cum training programme for PRI members held

    Changlang, September 30, 2013: The SENSITIZATION CUM TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR PRI MEMBERS TO create awareness on various centrally sponsored flagship programme for the newly elected PR members of Changlang district was held here, on 29th & 30th September at DIET Auditorium. The programme was conducted by the RD Department in collaboration with the department of Panchayati Raj and SIRD Itanagar. The meeting was attended by the PRI members, HoDs, BDOs and Public Leaders.
    PRI Training
    In his address, T. Taiju local MLA cum Parliamentary Secretary WRD, said the sensitization training and workshop imparted to the PRI members with sole aim to achieve the set target to upgrade the socio economic conditions of the rural people. Further said, the Changlang district 50 % land is plain area conclusive to carryout rice, horticulture and other commercial crops as per the choice of the farmers. The PRI Members need to be educated on various schemes so that, they could guide and advice the villagers. He adviced to hold Gram Sabha on time to prepare schemes in order to place before the Zilla Parishad to pass and send it to Director of RD for allocation of fund.
    P. Khimhun MLA cum Parliamentary Secretary Trade and Commerce, said the idea to sensitize the PRI Members conceived by the HCM and Minister RD to generate awareness, alertness and to maintain transparency in all the flagship schemes to ensure proper, timely and quality achievement. He wanted that “Backward Region Development Fund” should be provided to Changlang, Tirap and Longding district. He reminded government officers and PRI members that, we are the public servants, so must carry out duties and responsibilities with devotion and whole heartedly for the interest of the public.
    In his keynote address, Secretary RD/PR B.R. Babu, highlighted in detail the aims and purpose of conducting the sensitization cum training programme. So that, the actual benefits from the various RD programme to reach to the poor village people. He adviced and desired that people should reciprocate with participation necessary for effective implementation of the schemes. He stressed on proper utilization of land available, the people must carry out agriculture, horticulture and other allied activities to uplift the socio economic condition for self sustenance.
    T. Ete, Secretary PHED, emphasized that, the PRI members should educate the rural innocent people on sanitation, health and hygiene. He explained with power point presentation on National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP), Nirmal Bharat Abhyan NBA and other PHED connected flagship programmes and adviced to take up effective measures on conservation of water by planting more trees in and around the catchment area of the water source.
    The Deputy Commissioner Changlang, Smti. Chanchal Yadav, said it is a unique and first of its kind ever organized in district HQ. so the PRI member and officers directly involved performing the RD Schemes and programmes to make them thorough on the rules and as per the guide lines with the aims to implement the various Rural Schemes smoothly and effectively. She wanted that monitoring and social audit should be done on time and submit the report immediately to get released the due share fund. Adviced PRI members and officer not to hesitate to raise any question during the training to clear the doubts.
    Smti. Marina Kenglang Changlang ZP Chairperson, thanked to the government of Arunachal Pradesh for providing such an innovative training programme highly beneficial to infuse knowledge to the newly elected PRI members, since they are the link between the government and public.
    K. Dulom, Director RD, stressed MIS timely uploading along with the photographs. He presented the status of RD programmes through power point presentation with discussions. Kemo Lollen, Director PR, explained through power point on the role of village Panchayat, evolution of Panchayat in Arunachal Pradesh, steps taken by the Govt. on devolution of power etc. Nyabin Ete, Director (SIRD) said, the training is to impart knowledge to PRI members and make them well equipped to implement schemes and to bring social change for all round development. H Basar PD, DRDA Changlang, explained in detail with power point presentation on the progress status on implementation of MGNREGA in Changlang district.

  • Training for BLOs (booth level officers) held at Changlang

    Changlang, September 27, 2013: The training for BOOTH LEVEL OFFICERS (BLOs) on Systematic Voters Education and Election Participation (SVEEP) for 52-Changlang South and 53-Changlang North was held here today at DC’s Conference Hall, under the Chairmanship of Smti. Chanchal Yadav, Deputy Commissioner cum District Election Officer Changlang district.
    In her address to the BLOs, stressed that, keeping in view to the ensuing election next year. The BLOs training is vital since, they are the grass root level workers in the villages and play pivotal role in the process of preparing electoral roll and revisions. They should guide the local people to enroll more voters, those who attains 18 years and above on 01/01/2014. She informed that BLOs appointed for Govt. H.S. School and Govt. Rangfrah College Changlang.
    The Deputy Commissioner said BLOs are the most powerful and important person in his or her designated area, so they should make judicious use of their power and should carry out the duties and responsibilities whole heartedly. She sternly cautioned any negligence in duty and will be viewed seriously as per the Representation of the People Act, 1950. Further she said that under no circumstances the age below 18 years to be enrolled in the electoral roll.
    Miss Isha Khosla, IAS Asstt. Commissioner Changlang, said the Electoral Photo Identity Card (EPIC) is an identity document it is mandatory for all electors to produce the EPIC at the time of polling. If any mismatching of EPIC found seven days time will be given to enable the electors to come for hearing. The recommendations of BLOs is must for issuing of EPIC.
    S. S. Choudhuty SDO (HQ) cum Resource person said, to help and guide the villagers and update the electoral roll is the primary concern of the BLOs. He advised to be very careful on double entry and delete the names of married persons who already went out of village and dead persons from the electoral roll, the entire process to start from 1st October to 21st October 2013 to ensure defect free electoral roll.

  • Training programme on PES (Panchayat Enterprise Suite) started at Changlang

    Changlang, September 06, 2013: Two weeks training programme on PES (Panchayat Enterprise Suite) for district level Panchayat officials has started here at DC's Conference Hall, Changlang. The training is sponsored by Department of Panchayati Raj, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh in collaboration with NIC and district administration. The training programme was inaugurated by Shri M.C. Roy, ADC-cum-DPDO (District Panchayat Development Officer), Changlang District in presence of Shri Saurav Das, trainer (DPMU, District Project Management Unit), Shri Radhe Hinda, DIO, NIC Changlang, and other participants. All district level panchayat functionaries attended the training programme.

    Shri M.C. Roy, ADC-Cum-DPDO, Changlang has appraised that on implementation of PES in the Panchayati Raj System, PR system will be more accountable and effective. He asked all the participants to receive the training properly for better implementation of PES in the PR system. Later, Radhe Hinda, DIO NIC told the trainees, "you must have desire to learn; Nothing is impossible, you can learn computer operations and PES software while you are doing hand-on practically in front of computer screens if you have the aspiration."
    Panchayat officials attending the PES training PES training started
    District level Panchayat officials attending the PES training
    Shri M.C. Roy, ADC-Cum-DPDO inaugurated the training on PES (Panchayat Enterprise Suite) at Changlang
    The PES software developed by National informatics Center (NIC) is one of the initiatives of central government for implementation of e-Governance in Panchayat Raj Institutions (PRIs), which is sought to be achieved through the e-Panchayat MMP (Mission Mode Project) under the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP). The Ministry of Panchayati Raj (MoPR) has undertaken e-Panchayat Mission Mode Project (e-Panchayat MMP) with a view to introduce and strengthen e-Governance in Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) across the country and build associated capacities of the PRIs for effective adoption of the e-Governance initiative.

    Under this project, Panchayat Enterprise Suite (PES) has been conceptualised which comprises 11 Core Common applications to make the planning and accounting of Panchayat schemes online so that Citizen can access the services and schemes of government under the e-Panchayat and also Ministry of Panchayati Raj (MoPR), Government of India can access to the functioning of the Panchayats in the states. At present, Panchayat Enterprise Suite has been deployed/operational with 10 Core Common Applications and GIS layer module is under conceptualisation.

  • Independence Day Celebrated at Changlang

    Changlang, August 15: 67th Independence Day was celebrated with patriotic fervor, pomp and gaiety at District HQ Changlang. Addressing the gathering on the occasion, Parliamentary Secretary WRD, Thinghap Taiju, appealed one and all to pay homage and remember to those freedom fighters, with their tireless efforts and supreme sacrifices India came into being in the political map of the world as a free nation. Now India emerged as one of the greatest nations in the world and economically the fourth largest in terms of purchasing power parity and second largest and fastest growing economy.
    While touching to the developmental activities and important events of last twelve months in the state and at district. He informed that, the Chief Minister’s self employment guarantee scheme, Livelihood Mission, Agriculture Mechanization Programme, Reservation of Jobs under Sports Quota, sanction of 2nd Batallion of Arunachal Scouts, Award for Excellence in Quality Education (Best Teacher Award), Talent Award Scheme, VIDYA-a new scheme to be launched for girl student of Class-V, launching of the Paryatan Vikas Yojana, District Secretariat and Mini-Secretariat in all districts and Sub-Divisions HQs, Plantation of Tea and Rubber Crops, Health Insurance Scheme for the people of BPL, Disability Pension Scheme, Loinloom Scheme and Food Security Scheme with provision of Rice at Rs. 3.00, wheat at Rs. 2.00 and Cereals at Rs. 1.00 per KG for BPL families and Widows.
    Taiju, highlighted on the significant achievement made by various department in the district. The PWD taken up double lanning of Changlang-Margherita road under CRF, construction of Mini Secretariat PH-I started, schemes approved under SPA during current financial year are for improvement of township roads, construction of Multi-purpose Hall, CC Steps in district HQ and Annex Circuit House. The department of RD, under MGNREGA total of 11,967 Households were registered and issued Job Cards, under SGSY 42 Individual Swarojgaries and 2 SHGS provided with subsidy, under IAY 845 house were assisted under new construction. The RWD under MSDP out of 66 Anganwadi Buildings 33 nos completed and 33 under progress, under DoTCL 200 mt PDS godown at Changlang was been sanctioned. The Medical department construction of RCC Double Storied Indoor Ward Hospital under SPA is in progress, construction of Bachelor Barrack 4 units at Changlang, 2 units at Namtok under NRHM under construction, 5 roomed Bachelor Barrack at Changlang, Yatdam, 4 roomed at Diyun, Innao, Miao and Jairampur under construction.
    The Education department, five Primary School at Longran, Bordumsa village, Two-Hut, Kaikhe Pothar and Longkum Ponthai upgraded to Upper Primary School, 20 Nos. of EGS Centers were upgraded to Primary Schools. Under Civil Works 20 Primary Schools buildings, 12,500 mtrs. boundary wall, 30 additional class rooms, 65 girls toilet, 165 unit electrification, 1 BRCC building at Manmao, 25 Ramps and Handrails, 10 Nos. of office-cum-store-Head Teachers room constructed under SSA. The Public Health Engineering and Water Supply department has procured a water tanker under DoTCL and 28 crore has already been approved by state government for water supply in Changlang township area to be implemented during their financial year.
    The District Police Changlang made great achievement in maintaining peace and tranquility, carried out successfully joint rescue operation with Nagaland Police against a kidnapping case, seizure of biggest ever Opium consignment from the possession of Myanmarise National at Namdang Check Gate are commendable. He also highlighted the achievements by the departments like Animal Husbandry and Veterinary, Fisheries, Textile and Handicrafts, ICDS, Water Resource department and UD & Housing.
    He further said, Changlang district have abundant scope to exploit the tourism potentials. We have to work hard to preserve the rich bio-diversity and promote the rich cultural heritage of our wonderful people. Appealed to do their best for preservation of flora and fauna of the district. He cautioned to the youths to abstain themselves from evil practices and keep away from such menaces rather they should help in maintaining Changlang a happy and healthy place to live in. he made specific mention on Job Mela-cum-Interview Rally for selection of candidates for skill development and placement of youths to be organized on 30th and 31st August next at Indira Gandhi Park Itanagar borh for boys and girls. The interested candidates to contact office of the Deputy Commissioner Changlang. He adviced the youths to grab and avail this golden opportunity.
    Independence Day 2013
    To mark the day, Independence Day Football Tournament final match was played between DC XI Vs SP XI former lost to the later by 0-4 goal. The Chief Guest T. Taiju, Local MLA, handed over the Championship Trophy to the Captain of SP XI Team and P. Khimhun Changlang South, MLA and Parliamentary Secretary given the runner up trophy to the team Captain of DC XI. The Deputy Commissioner, Smti. Chanchal Yadav, Smti. Marina Kenglang, Chairperson Changlang Zilla Parishad and Vijay Kumar, SP handed over certificates and cash awards on various discipline of the tournament. Other highlight of the celebration were probhat pherry by students, march pass, PT display, colourful cultural performance by various Govt. schools, Holy Rosary School and Green Lawn School, games and sports. The exhibition stalls put up by various developmental departments was inaugurated by T. Taiju, MLA and Parliamentary Secretary.

  • Chanchal Yadav, IAS joined here as new Deputy Commissioner of Changlang district

    Changlang, August 30: Newly posted Deputy Commissioner of Changlang Mrs Chanchal Yadav, IAS (AGMUT cadre: 2008) has formally taken charge as Deputy Commissioner of Changlang district. Previously, she was serving as Deputy Collector (Hq), Daman.
    The outgoining Deputy Commissioner Opak Gao, APCS was transferred from Changlang to Itanagar as Secretary, Arunachal Public Service Commissioner.

  • Changlang district bids farewell to the outgoing Deputy Commissioner Opak Gao

    Changlang, August 29: A brief and yet special farewell tea session was held today in the DC's office Conference Hall in honour of Shri Opak Gao, the outgoing Deputy Commissioner of Changlang district. Later in the evening, a dinner party was hosted by district administration in his honour to all the officers and head of departments.
    In June 2010, he joined here as Deputy Commissioner and served this district for two years and two months.

  • Training cum Workshop on Socio-Economic and Caste Census held

    Changlang, Oct 17: District Level Training-cum-Workshop on “Socio Economic and Caste Census 2011” in Changlang district was held at DIET Auditorium Changlang on Oct 14-15.
    In his key note address, M.C. Roy, ADC-Cum-Additional Principal Socio Economic Caste Census Officer (APSECCO) said, it would be first of its type in the state. The SECC would be conducted in rural and urban areas and there would be door to door data gathering on Socio Economic status of the people to know the ground reality.
    He asked block SECC Officer, enumerators and supervisors to carry out works with dedication to bring out actual members of poor people. He also informed that, the national programme is being carried out with financial and technical support of the Govt. of India to complete the entire process by 31st December 2011.
    Manik Bui, Project Director, DRDA-cum-Nodal Officer for SECC in rural area said, the SECC is a challenging task and the entire process would be carried out in close coordination and cooperation jointly by DRDA and Urban Development Department. He also informed that Govt. of India formulated and resolved that, there should be SECC instead of separate BPL survey. The reports would be uploaded in web site.
    SECC 2011 Training
    Training cum Workshop on 'Socio-Economic and Caste Census'
    The Urban Programme Officer-cum-Nodal Officer SECC in urban area, Tadar Tarang, said the training-cum-workshop on SECC is being conducted to build confidence and equip themselves mentally before proceeding in the field.
    Among others, M. Roy, ADC, Jairampur, asked for household list of last census held and advised the participants to avail maximum benefit out of Workshop-cum-Training to carry out SECC duty efficiently.
    P.K. Panda, K.P. Singh and A.S. Pradhan are Master Trainer & Facilitators (MTF) and explained the detail methodology of Socio - Economic and Caste Census.
    Radhe Hinda DIO (NIC) Changlang, explained on the role of NIC and use of Tablet PC in the census.

  • The School management committee meeting of Government Higher Scondary School, Changlang held

    CHANGLANG, Aug 17: Parliamentary Secretary Thinghap Taiju stressed on extracurricular activities in schools for mental and physical development of students.
    Attending the school management committee meeting of Government Higher Scondary School, Changlang yesterday, Taiju said that the students should be encouraged to take part in NCC, Scouts and Guides and other extracurricular activities to keep them physically and mentally fit and also for their personality development.
    He emphasized on creating an atmosphere in schools that is conducive for teaching and learning acknowledging the shortage of school infrastructure and teaching staffs in all 47 schools of his Assembly Constituency. He informed that during last financial year laid emphasized on the road sector, now his attention is on infrastructural development. Seeing the growing numbers of students in Govt. H.S School, Changlang, he assured to take up the matter with the concerned authorities to upgrade the PWD Colony Middle School to Secondary School in order to reduce some burden from Govt.H.S School, Changlang. Taiju said that he would take up with the DC for early release of fund, sum of Rs twenty lakhs announced by MP Ninong Ering, for constructions of a Auditorium for Govt. Hr, Sec, School, Changlang. Additional fund, if required, could be managed from DoTC and any other source, he said.
    P. Khimhun, Parliamentary Secretary, Mineral and Mines, advised the SMC to work in close coordination with teachers, student and parents. He advised SMC that any problem of school should be solved within the school premises. Strict discipline should be maintained to keep the reputation of the school intact, he said and advised the teaching staff discharge their duties properly and sincerely.
    Deputy Commissioner cum chairman SMC Opak Gao disclosed that to run a School is more difficult than to run civil administration. Keeping in view the overgrowing population in Changlang and tremendous pressures for admission of children in school, the basic requirements of the schools have already been furnished before the Director of School Education and minister concerned for consideration. He asked DDSE, Changlangto to carefully examine the genuineness on transfer and posting of teachers before sending files to him for approval.
    Tengam Ngemu, former minister advised to hold SMC meeting periodically to review the progress and also discuss the problems of school. He asked teachers to inculcate discipline first and keep students busy in creative activities so that they do not get enough time in unproductive activities.
    DDSE Nolom Yirang, informed that the proposal under Rasstriya Madhyamik Abhiyan (RMA) have been sent for up gradation of school to cater to the local needs. He appealed parents and public not to misunderstand and interfere in school administration for greater interest of students.
    T.N Mossang, principal cum secretary SMC, highlighted the various problems of the school and also informed the academic achievements of last year. Physical developmental achievements like construction of school compound wall involving Rs.5 lakh were also informed in the meeting.

  • Independence Day celebrated at Changlang

    Changlang, August 15: 65th Independence Day celebrated with patriotic zeal and gaiety at the general ground of Changlang. While addressing to the public, Thinghap Taiju, Parliamentary Secretary IPR, Printing, Tax & Excise said, “the day reminds us of the struggles of the freedom fighters whose efforts and sacrifices resulted into our freedom from the slavery of the British Colonial rule and a dignified life.” He also appealed all to pay tribute to those martyrs and remember their sacrifices for the cause of the nation. It is also a day of introspection for all of us to realize the dream of Mahatma Gandhi, where the poorest of the poor feels that this is their nation.
    Local MLA flag hoisting on Independence Day 2011 Independence Day 2011 at Changlang
    Local MLA Shri Thinghap Taiju hoisting national flag at Changlang general ground
    Celebrating 65th Independence Day at Changlang
    Touching to the developmental aspects, he narrated that Arunachal Pradesh is witnessing unprecedented growth in various sectors under the able and dynamic leadership of Jarbom Gamlin and guidance of UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister Dr. Monmohan Singh, which committed to provide a transparent, efficient and corruption free government to the people. He further informed that the first battalion of Arunachal Pradesh Scouts has been raised by the Government and has taken up a case of three more battalions, which will pay rich dividend in effecting management of international Border. The Central Government sanctioned one Battalion of Civil Police for Changlang and Tirap districts. Moreover, some new police stations and up gradation of present police stations of the both district have been sanctioned for better security of the people.
    He also highlighted on the achievements made by various developmental departments during 2010-2011 and Target for the Year 2011-2012 of the Changlang district, like PHE, PWD, Medical, Electrical, Education, RWD, ICDS, Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry and Veterinary, Industries and DRDA. He further informed that construction of Football Stadium at Changlang is underway and expected to be completed in next financial year. The infrastructure development of Namtok EAC HQ and Yatdam Circle HQ has been taken up. He also inform that he is planning to taken up infrastructural development in all Primary, Middle and Secondary Schools of his constituency and many schemes have been initiated to improve Changlang township area and village area for the interest of the district. He appreciated to the dedicated officers and staffs of the district like Central Government personnel, Military and Para-Military Forces for the services being rendered in the remote district. He thanked Gaon Burahs, Youths, Panchayat Members and Public Leaders and general public for their contribution in the development and maintenance of law and order in the district, and also asked to extend help and cooperation with the district administration and police department for peace, progress and prosperities.

  • Independence Day celebrated at Holy Rosary School, Changlang

    Changlang, August 15: Independence Day was celebrated at Holy Rosary School, Changlang along with entire nation with patriotic pomp and gaiety. The Chief Guest, the Commanding Officer Col. L.K Bhardwaj of 4th Assam Rifles hoisted the National Flag at 7.30 am in the School Campus. The Staffs and students of the School enthusiastically participated in the Independence Day Celebration. The school children displayed colourful dances and sung patriotic songs which enriched the day.
    Flag hoisting at Holy Rosary School, Changlang Holy Rosary School children performing patriotic song at general ground, Changlang
    Flag hoisting at Holy Rosary School, Changlang
    Holy Rosary School children performing patriotic song at general ground, Changlang
    Colonel Bhardwaj, in his message reminded the students to remember our ancestors who fought against the British and brought our Independence. We too must do something for our nation in our life-time as our freedom fighters did, he reminded. The children too promised that they will work for a peaceful and progressible nation.
    Later, the Principal of the school thanked the Colonel Bhardwaj for his gracious presence, and the staffs and children for enthusiastically participating in the occation and for their colourful performance. Later on, the children also participated in the general ground, where the entire district is celebrating the Independence Day programme.

  • 3rd Changlang Zilla Parishad Meeting held

    Changlang, August 10: 3rd Changlang Zilla Parishad Meeting was held yesterday at Government Higher Seconday School Auditorium, Nampong. Meeting presided over by Smti Junpo Taikam Jugli, Chairperson, Changlang Zilla Parishad.
    While addressing the house, she stressed on rural schemes/proposals should be finalized in consultation with the grass root level workers from the Gram Sabha to Anchal Samity and Zilla Parshad for inclusion in AAP/AoP. It should be taken into consideration on economically viable for upliftment economic status of the rural poor people.
    Jugli, emphasized on good quality of seeds for the rural farmers, asked officers of the Agriculture and Horticulture to provide high yielding variety seeds for bumper harvest. The farmers should be made aware on the modern technology to improve Agri-Horti productivity. She sternly cautioned, to the officers, as all ZP members Uni-Vocally expressed their sentiments, related to implementation of developmental schemes without consultation with PR members, now onward, it will not be tolerated to their style of functioning, particularly under SSA.
    The Member Secretary, ZP, Changlang, MC Roy, Additional Deputy Commissioner, dwelt in length in length on devolution power and functions to the Panchayat Raj Institution (PRI) as per the 73rd amendment of the constitution to channelize in letter and spirit with proper instruction for functioning of the PR Institution. He said the PRI bodies to be empowered to carryout developmental activities at grass root level and update rural people socially and financially by providing them with employment.
    Roy said the rural people should be made aware on safe drinking water and sanitation along with developmental activities to improve the general health. He expressed the difficulties faced while running the District Panchayat Development Office (DPDO). Informed meagre 7.5 lacs annual fund allocation not sufficient to meet the requirements including manpower. Touching to the public demands and delimitation of Miao-Kharsang Anchal Samity, to create a new Miao-Vijoynagar Zilla Parishad Segment and to exclude Miao-Singpho village from urban status. He asked to pass it in ZP resolution and submit to the Deputy Commissioner for onward forward to the government for approval/sanction.
    Izmir Tikhak, Former ZP Chairperson, attended as special guest, by virtue of his past experience advised and suggested that the grass root level workers they know well the rural problems, they should be careful while preparing schemes for inclusion in AAP/AoP the required and necessary schemes should be selected to achieve the desired target. He further said, Changlang and Tirap district facing gravous situation from all angles, due to lack of speedy disposal of petty cases that arises in the society. The local people tend to go for justice to the third party. So, he appealed to the Administrative Officers and Magistrates to deliver justice immediately to prevent them going to the third party and careful while issuing ST/PRC certificate, advice police personnel to be more pro active while dealing with law and order and other social menace like drug and opium addict of this district.
    All ZP Members and Anchal Chairpersons took part in the discussion and expressed deep concerned with the absentee officers, asked for explanation and appropriate action that may lead up to suspension. The ADC Jairampur, M. Roy, ADC, Miao, Heads of offices HoDs spoke and submitted schemes for inclusion in AAP/AoP for 2011-2012.

  • Home Minister of Arunachal Pradesh visited Changlang

    CHANGLANG, Aug 1: Peace is paramount for social and communal harmony and overall development, said Home Minister Takar Marde.
    There would be no compromise or laxity while maintaining and dealing with the law and order, the Home Minister said while addressing a meeting at the District Institute of Education and Training (DIET) Auditorium Changlang on July 30 last.
    Sending a strong message to the ‘misguided’ youths of Tirap and Changlang to come back to the mainstream to lead a decent social life, Marde informed that 1,480 post of civil police is being created, exclusively for Changlang and Tirap district to absorb eligible local youths.
    The recruitment to be conducted shortly in various categories of posts, including Sub-Inspectors, Constables, Head Constables in Telecommunication, Driver, Cook, Sweeper, Water Carrier, Cobbler out of which 140 posts are kept for ladies. While 74 post to be filled on companionate ground 96 post are for re-employment of ex-servicemen and 43 post for sportsman, the Home Minister said.
    He asked youths to come forward and prepare themselves for screening and physical fitness test.
    The educational qualification is also relaxed from Class-X passed to Class-XIII passed, he said and appealed to all to spread the message in every nook and corner of the two districts to avail the opportunity.
    During NEFA period, there was only one Buniyadhi Shiksha Bhavan (BSB) at Changlang for entire Arunachal Pradesh where teachers were trained. Now its is converted as DIET, he informed and urged everyone to contribute in restoring the past glory of Changlang.
    “The district, one of the richest districts in Arunachal Pradesh, is endowed with rich natural resources like oil, coal, minerals and tea etc.”
    While replying to an eight-point public demand like construction of link road from Phangtip village to Changra-Phungsa, RCC Bridge over River Tirap at PWD Complex, RCC Bridge over Tirap River to connect Kengkhu Rangfra College and village of Changlang South, rehabilitation of surrendered underground youths, relaxation of education qualification in civil police recruitment, improvement of existing helipad of Changlang, internal township road widening and decentralization of centrally sponsored funds, he assured to look into the demands. He said that he would also submit a copy of his tour diary to the chief minister and ministers concerned for consideration.
    Setong Sena, Minister for Power, Forest and Environment, gave priority on security of the people, eradication of opium addiction and education for children. He said that the prevailing insurgency problem in Tirap and Changlang districts has seriously affected in socio-economic front. He, however, appreciated the officers and officials posted in the two district for discharging duties with full dedication and sincerity for socio-economic development of the people in spite of all odds.
    The IPR and Tax and Excise Parliamentary Secretary, T. Taiju, informed that 50 percent the people of Changlang are dependent on wet rice cultivation while another 50 percent on Jhum cultivation. He said that poverty and other social and political problems has aggravated the situation in Changlang making the day to day life common people harder. It would be difficult to get rid of such problem under the prevailing situation, he opined.
    Phosum Khimhun, MLA and Parliamentary Secretary Mineral and Mines, thanked the Home Minister for his visit to know the ground reality and prevailing law and order problems of the Changlang and Tirap district.
    He said that creation of the 1480 post in civil police in various category would go a long way in solving the unemployment problem. He appealed to the GBs and PRIs member to cooperate with the administration and various developmental agencies for rapid development of the area.
    Earlier, on his arrival, Marde inaugurated the District Sub-Jail Building at Nadipar Changlang. He visited police station and SP office, had a Sampark Sabha with officers and Jawan.
    SP Tumme Amo informed the HM in detail through power point presentation on police administration, matter related to crime, UGS/insurgency, law and order, deployment of security forces and performance of Changlang police during the last one year.
    The DIGP(ER) said that, the PHQ is fully concerned about the prevailing situation in the district and would take all necessary steps to solve problems.
    Meanwhile, the Home Minister assured Changlang police to take up its various grievances and problems with Government for early redressal. He said that the problem of man power will be solved soon. Top priority would be given on modernization of police, vehicle, equipment and promotion policy, the HM said and asked them to maintain discipline and earn public faith by dicharging duties properly.
    The Home Minister also visited the Khimyang circle, the most interior bordering Myanmar.
    While addressing the public, he regretted that no GB or any other public had come forward to express their problems, particularly on UG/Insurgency related matters during his tour of Tirap and Changlang. Instead, people are submitting memorandums on developmental expects,” he said.
    He, however, informed that a police station would be established at Khimyang shortly with strength of 125 police personnel with full infrastructures to deal with the law and order problems.
    He warned UG/Insurgency groups to refrain from threat and extortion. They should remain within their jurisdiction and must not disturb the peace loving people, he said.
    Responding to a three-point public memorandum demanding compensation to the land donors and affected persons for establishing of CRPF, HQ and civil police station, regularization of Khimyang CD Block to permanent CD Block and special fund package under the Border Area Development Programme, Marde assured that the matter would be taken up with the authorities concerned after consultation with the local MLA.
    Local MLA Phosum Khimhun advised local people to go for commercial cash crops, like large cardamom, ginger and orange etc. He informed that 99 percent of the people are dependent on Jhum Cultivation. He also spoke about BADP fund to undertake developmental activities at Khimyang Circle.
    HGS Phaliwal, DIGP(ER) said that with the approved of a full fledged police station at Khimyang, a long-felt need of the people has been fulfilled. He said that he would make periodical visit the area to ensure timely completion of infrastructure and to induce feeling of security and stop extortions.
    Changlang deputy commissioner Opak Gao discouraged the local people on opium cultivation and said that the district administration would not be hesitate to destroy opium field if it is found. Describing the ill effects of opium addiction, the DC urged people to desist themselves from taking opium.
    He also asked officers and officials to remain in their place of posting to serve the people. He informed in spite of hike in porter carriage rate to Rs. 250 for hard area and Rs. 200 for low line area there still very difficult to find porters. He appealed to the GBs, PRI members and public help arrange porter as and when it is required by central para military forces and other Govt. agencies.

  • Two weeks training programme on “Office Automation” started at NIC District Centre, Changlang

    Changlang, July 11, 2011: A training programme on “Office Automation” for Ministerial staffs of District Administration started in NIC District Centre, Changlang today. This two weeks long training programme started with a brief inaugural speech of Deputy Commissioner, Changlang Shri Opak Gao. The DC, Changlang explain the importance of this training and told the trainees to give utmost interest and try to gain whatever possible out of it.
    Computer Training
    Computer training on 'Office Automation' progress at NIC district Centre, Changlang
    He told the trainees that in this age of Information Technology, knowledge of Computer and Internet are must for everyone, the age of Type Writers are gone and obsolete.
    This training programme is being sponsored by Administrative Training Institute, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Naharlagun and with course fees assistance of Department of Personnel and Training, Government of India, New Delhi under its “Specific to state category plan training programmes."
    Course Director Radhe Hinda, DIO, Changlang informed that there are 23 ministerial staffs from different branches of district administration who are attending the training programme. This is being conducted with resources from NIC District Centre and collaboration with local private computer tutorial, MICE (Manipal Institute of Computer Education) located at Changlang town. The Circle Officer Ms Binti Mibang is coordinating the training programme as Course Coordinator. The training session is divided in to Theory and Practical sessions. One hour theory class starts at 10:00 am to 11:00 am for all batches. For practical session, trainees are divided into three batches for convenience of the trainees so that one computer is available for a single trainee for hands-on practice. Time for practical sessions for batch-I, batch-II and batch-III are 11:00 am to 12:30 pm, 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm and 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm respectively. The “Office Automation” training course contains introduction to Hardware and Software, introduction to Windows Operating Systems, Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point Presentation and Basic Network and Internet. The two weeks long training programme will be concluded on July 22nd, 2011.

  • Changlang District Rural Development Agency's District Level Vigilance & Monitoring Committee Meeting held

    Changlang July 20: District Level Vigilance & Monitoring Committee Meeting of District Rural Development Agency, DRDA Changlang was held on 19th July 2011 at Circuit House Changlang. Thorough review were done on all ongoing and completed schemes, the physical achievement and financial involvements during the year 2010-11 and 2011-12 up to 30th June 2011.
    In his speech, Ninong Ering, MP emphasized on the role of Block Development Officers (BDOs) and PRI members to start developmental activities from rural area. He appealed to discharge their duties and responsibilities with honest, dedication and work culture should be inculcated towards smooth and efficient flow of all developmental activities.
    Ering, appreciated officers and officials, in spite of complex situations prevailing in Changlang and Tirap district serving with high moral spirit and dedication for upliftment of down trodden people and over all development. He said, due to the financial constraints, the state government could not release on time the state matching share amount on various RD schemes. To mark his visit to Changlang district, announced and sanctioned rupees thirty lakh for construction of a Community Hall at Kharsang and rupees twenty lakh to construct an Auditorium at Govt. H.S. School Changlang and a Multi-purpose Community Hall at Changlang town, the amount and resources to be mobilized from the available sources from Government of India.
    T. Taiju, MLA and Parliamentary Secretary IPR & Tax & Excise, exhorted the Annual Action Plan (AAP) not sufficient to mitigate the problems and demands of the beneficiaries, it should be followed by discussion on AAP in block level to ventilate the needs of the rural people.
    Taiju, informed that, there are schedule caste people(SC) living in Changlang district, they are deprived of government developmental benefits, to uplift their living condition asked Project Director, PD, DRDA Changlang to prepare suitable proposals to be forwarded to the government for consideration.
    Smti. J. Jugli, Changlang district ZP Chairperson, requested Deputy Commissioner to form a committee to carryout physical verifications of all completed and ongoing works under RD, during winter season. She lamented meager rupees five lakh given to procure medicines for three circles viz. Miao, Bordumsa and Diyun is not sufficient asked NRHM concerned authority to enhance the amount.
    The Deputy Commissioner-cum-Member Secretary DLV & MC Changlang, Opak Gao, stressed on physical achievements of all RD schemes and to ensure effective vigilance and monitoring including to all schemes executed by the line departments like RWD, PHED and ICDS. He further said that the success and failure should be shared by all. Also, asked to upload in web site to have at a glance on all scheme taken up in this district. He reminded difficulties and problems will come up while implementations. But, one should remember every difficulties and problems has its way to solve it.
    Manik Bui, PD, DRDA Changlang highlighted on scheme wise and expressed the practical difficulties like non release of state matching shares amount, the audit report submission and utilization certificates not submitted in time etc. are the main hurdle to get released next installment he said. Also, explain in detail on 60/40 ratio on Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NGNREGA).
    Among others, Smti Marina Kenglang, ZPM Changlang North, appealed to create awareness on SGSY, IAY and make judicious use of resources. The Executive Engineers RWD and PHED explained through power point presentation on all completed and ongoing schemes. The CDPOs asked state government to enhance the rate of Old Age Pension.

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