Arunachal Pradesh to get 2nd agriculture college
LUMDUNG, Oct 9: Arunachal Pradesh government will establish the second agriculture college of the state at East Kameng district.
Announcing this here Tuesday, chief minister Pema Khnadu said that two institutes would not only benefit the students of East Kameng district but all the neighbouring districts.
The chief minister said this after laying the foundation of the third Rama Krishna Mission School of the state in the presence of Union minister state for home Kiren Rijiju, home minister Kumar Waii, assistant general secretary of RKM Swami Bodhasarananda.
Thanking the efforts put up by local MLA Mama Natung and contribution from the members of RKM for establishment of the school, he appealed to all the MLAs of East Kameng, West Kameng and Tawang districts to contribute annually from their MLALAD fund for the development of the RKM schools.
He also made similar appeal to the local business community and contractors to part with their earnings for the development of school.
Responding to the demands from RK Mission for development of the school, the chief minister assured full support of the state government stating that RK Mission had tremendous contribution towards development of human resource in the state.
Responding to another memorandum from local MLA, Khandu assured his full support for all round development of the constituency.
The chief minister said that the opening of RKM school and Agriculture College in the picturesque East Kameng district would not only uplift the education scenario but would boost tourism and economic activities.
He further urged the locals to cooperate with the administration for its speedy establishment without creating hindrances on compensation issues particularly for the agriculture college.
Also present were the advisor to chief minister Japu Deru, Thrizino MLA Kumsi Sidisow and others.