LONGDING: Longding Deputy Commissioner Bani Lego attended the valedictory function of the three-day training programme organized on the Panchayati Raj system, SPICE and rural development here on Thursday.
Addressing the gathering, the DC encouraged the participants to prepare for the 'My Village My Development' plan to create need based infrastructure for greater benefits of people in the village. He said it is even possible to work on 29 subjects if leaders work with zeal.
He urged all the participants to become master trainers in their respective villages to dissipate the information and knowledge learned in the training.
Additional Deputy Commissioner T Aran reminded that the training is mandatory for each elected PRI leader and, therefore, it should be taken very seriously. He encouraged the participants to interact with resource persons freely to clear the concept of GPDP, ZPDP and other poverty alleviation programs of the Government of India.
He suggested that the participants should learn the process of prioritization of schemes that gives maximum benefits in the village.
Meanwhile, DPDO Dakli Gara shared the status and functioning of PRIs in Sikkim, learned from the recent study tour there, for the benefit of PRI members and functionaries of the TCL, Lohit and Anjaw regions.
He described how the Sikkim Panchayats come up with innovative solutions to everyday problems in their villages; how the Sikkim Panchayats have managed to help the poorest of the poor, resolve human animal conflict, maintain environment, sanitation, water budgeting, preserve water sources, generate their own source of GP revenue, etc., to the participants.
Extensive training on the evolutions of Panchayati Raj System in India and Arunachal Pradesh, Power and Functions of Gram Sabha, Gram Panchayats and Zilla Parishad, GPDP, ZPDP, SPICE, Rural Development Programs, Sustainable Development Goals and 9 themes of SDG goals were also explained in the three-day training.
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