Textbooks will be made available from coming session: Gov

BOLENG, May 11: Governor Dr BD Mishra, who is on a four-day three-district tour, interacted with the public of Boleng under Siang district on Friday and informed that textbooks for school students will be made available from the coming session.
He assured this while sharing his concern about non-availability of textbooks to students and shortage of medical specialists in the state.
He also stressed that teachers should be ready to work in interior places.
Informing that the central government is giving special focus on the state and its development,
he reiterated on correct utilisation of funds allocated and to prevent leakage of funds.
The governor also visited the proposed site of the Sainik School at Niglok under East Siang district, and advised the concerned authorities to expedite the process of starting the academic session from this year.
The governor assured his full support for the first and lone Sainik school of the state.
East Siang Deputy Commissioner Tamiyo Tatak and Superintendent of Police Prasant Gautam and officers from the Education department and work agencies briefed the governor on the availability of adequate infrastructure and other requirements for the school.
At Boleng, Deputy Commissioner Rahul Singh, Superintendent of Police, Dr Irak Bagra and former minister Tahung Tatak were present on the occasion. (PRO)