DIPR - Manipur


Published on Sat, 01 Jul, 2017 Press Release

Imphal, June 30, 2022 (DIPR): Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh inaugurated DIET building, Imphal East district, which is a part of 100 days programme of the new government, in the presence of Eminent Thinker & Author, Director, India Foundation Shri Ram Madhav held today at Keikol, Koirengei, Imphal East. The inauguration ceremony was organised by Directorate of State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT), Government of Manipur.

Speaking as Special Guest of the function, Shri Ram Madhav said that the new government was formed not only to reform but to transform Manipur, the land of jewels. He stressed that India is not complete without the rich cultural heritage of Manipur. Complementing the State Government, he said that the achievements made within 100 days are just a beginning and under the leadership of N Biren Singh, Manipur will have a glorious period in the history of Manipur. Lauding the efforts and commitment of the government, he said that the government has done a lot of good work and is committed to achieve milestones of success in the coming years.

Shri Ram Madhav stressed that the present government would be remembered forever by the people of the State for its outstanding performance in such a short period of time. Stating that education is the key to the progress and development of a society, he said that Manipur should strive to achieve 100 percent literacy rate. He further mentioned that just in 100 days, the government has constructed more than 60 school buildings in the State.

Complementing that the State government is focusing on providing good educational infrastructure to the people, Shri Ram Madhav opined that the State would also produce teachers with dedication and vision.

Sharing the achievements of the State government's first 100 days, Chief Minister Shri N Biren Singh urged the people to grasp the benefits from the newly launched welfare schemes or programmes introduced within 100 days of the new BJP-led government. Highlighting that the government is fully committed to work 24X7 for the progress of the State, he stressed that the government will not lose its momentum towards achieving growth and development of the State rather it will be more intensified in the coming days.

Stating that implementation is the most crucial part of various schemes, Chief Minister said that to have effective implementation of schemes, the concerned officials of different departments should monitor and review the progress and implementation of the schemes or programmes launched under the 100 days programme of the government. He further said that in addition to Anti-Corruption Cell, a Grievance Cell would be set up at CM Secretariat to entertain various problems faced by the people.

Minister for PWD, Commerce and Industries Shri Th. Biswajit, Minister for Education, Labour and Employment Shri Th. Radheshyam Singh, Minister for Agriculture Shri V. Hangkhanlian, Parliamentary Secretary (Education) Shri K. Robindro Singh, Parliamentary Secretary (RD and PR) Shri H. Dingo, Principal Secretary Shri Vineet Joshi, DC Imphal East Smt. Th. Chitra Devi, Director Education(S) Shri Th. Kirankumar attended the function.

During the function, the dignitaries released a booklet titled "Achievements in Education Sector in 100 days". (DIPR)