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Over 95 pc NRC supporting documents verified in Kamrup (M)

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GUWAHATI, March 13 - The verification process of NRC supporting documents is going on well in Kamrup Metro district and over 96 per cent of the documents have been verified.

Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup Metro Dr M Angamuthu reviewed various issues related to the NRC updating process and some other activities with the officials of district administration here.

At the review meeting, Additional Deputy Commissioner Khitish Pegu, in-charge of NRC work, gave a briefing about the verification process for NRC in the district.

In the office verification level in the district till March 9, a total of 5,88,519 documents were received, out of which 5,68,601 documents have been verified and uploaded. The percentage of verified documents is 96.65.

Except for Guwahati revenue circle, in all the other three circles of the district verification percentage is 100 per cent.

The meeting also decided that to ascertain the quality of schools and students the programme of Gunotsav will be organised in the district in the first week of April and for that preparation is on in full swing.

Till now 257 External Evaluators, 61 Liaison Officers and 708 Nodal Teachers have been trained phase-wise by the education department in the district.

Accordingly, a District Level Coordination Committee, District Operational Cell, Media and Documentation Cell, Block Level Operational Cell, Material Cell, Monitoring, Supporting and Liaison Cell have been constituted for smooth running of the programme.

Regarding disaster management, Dr Angamuthu asked the DDMA officials to create awareness among residents of vulnerable areas of landslide hazard well in advance of the monsoon season.

He also asked the officials to identify landslide-prone areas in each circle within one month.

Circle-wise disaster management meetings are to be organised by March 20 and accordingly, to prepare a circle level disaster management plan.

The meeting also took stock of the working of the revenue branch and the Integrated Land Record Management System.

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Over 95 pc NRC supporting documents verified in Kamrup (M)

GUWAHATI, March 13 - The verification process of NRC supporting documents is going on well in Kamrup Metro district and over 96 per cent of the documents have been verified.

Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup Metro Dr M Angamuthu reviewed various issues related to the NRC updating process and some other activities with the officials of district administration here.

At the review meeting, Additional Deputy Commissioner Khitish Pegu, in-charge of NRC work, gave a briefing about the verification process for NRC in the district.

In the office verification level in the district till March 9, a total of 5,88,519 documents were received, out of which 5,68,601 documents have been verified and uploaded. The percentage of verified documents is 96.65.

Except for Guwahati revenue circle, in all the other three circles of the district verification percentage is 100 per cent.

The meeting also decided that to ascertain the quality of schools and students the programme of Gunotsav will be organised in the district in the first week of April and for that preparation is on in full swing.

Till now 257 External Evaluators, 61 Liaison Officers and 708 Nodal Teachers have been trained phase-wise by the education department in the district.

Accordingly, a District Level Coordination Committee, District Operational Cell, Media and Documentation Cell, Block Level Operational Cell, Material Cell, Monitoring, Supporting and Liaison Cell have been constituted for smooth running of the programme.

Regarding disaster management, Dr Angamuthu asked the DDMA officials to create awareness among residents of vulnerable areas of landslide hazard well in advance of the monsoon season.

He also asked the officials to identify landslide-prone areas in each circle within one month.

Circle-wise disaster management meetings are to be organised by March 20 and accordingly, to prepare a circle level disaster management plan.

The meeting also took stock of the working of the revenue branch and the Integrated Land Record Management System.