Principal Secretary M. Ariz. Ahammed visits Barak Valley
Silchar: A high-level meeting was held at the National Institute of Technology (NIT) on Sunday, where Silchar has formed partnerships with the district administrations of Cachar, Hailakandi and Karimganj with the National Institute of Technology and Assam University. The meeting is chaired by M. Ariz, Principal Secretary of the Transformation and Development Division of the Assam State Government. Dr. Ahammed served.
The meeting was attended by Cachar district officers such as Rajib Roy, DDC Cachar, Ruli Daulagapu and SPO Cachar, Hailakandi district officers led by RK Laskar and DDC Hailakandi, and Karimganj district officers led by Vikram Dev Sharma and DDC. Karimganj. The director of NIT Silchar, Dr. Shivaji Bandpadiyai, Dr. Rajiv Mohan Pants, Vice President of Assam University, and Professor of NIT Silchar attended the team of faculty members.
Dr. Ariz Ahammed outlined the purpose of the collaboration to improve the quality of life of locals by strengthening the monitoring and evaluation of plans and services. It provides value to government funds and resources and provides students with the opportunity to participate in the real challenges of problem-solving for people with critical thinking, creativity and innovation, thereby developing applied skills in social communication techniques. polish.
Both the Director of NIT and VC Assam University expressed their joy in the Assam Government’s initiative and ensured full cooperation for successful cooperation to improve people’s quality of life.
After careful consideration, NIT and AU will engage students in resource mapping and PRA of the identified villages, conduct physical inspections / surveys of identified schemes and services, and report to DCs and DDCs on a regular basis. It was agreed to submit. The district administration will then review the report for course amendments and effective implementation of schemes and services so that people can enjoy the benefits of government schemes and services.
Principal Secretary Dr. M. Ariz also expressed his view, stating that proper implementation of these plans would greatly help improve the quality of life of people in the Barak Valley and Hill districts.