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DC Lawngtlai visits CADC; interacts with officials.

Kamalanagar, March 5, 2024: Dg. Cheemala Siva Gopal Reddy, the Deputy Commissioner of Lawngtlai District came on a one-day visit to Kamalanagar today, the headquarters of CADC, where he was accorded a warm welcome at the CADC Rest House, Kamalanagar, by the staff of the various departments of CADC.

There he held a meeting with the Executive Secretary of CADC and the Heads of Departments. He expressed concern at the abysmally low literacy rate (46.38%) of the CADC area which stood in contrast to the healthy state average of 91.33%. The Education Officer informed him the reasons; foremost among them being the lack of infrastructure with 70% of the schools being in dilapidated condition, along with shortage of teachers and inadequate avenues for higher secondary studies especially in the science and commerce streams. He also highlighted certain socio-economic practices which hamper the education of the children, such as the tendency of the parents to withdraw their children from the schools during the harvest season.

The Deputy Commissioner also enquired about the output of the primary sectors such as agriculture, fishery, poultry etc. and welcomed suggestions on increasing the output of these sectors.

On the health sector he was informed that CADC has only two Primary Health Centres, one at Borapansury which operates on the PPP model and lacks adequate facilities, whereas the one at Longpuighat is yet to be operationalized. He was also concerned about the relatively low rate of vaccination in the area and sought the help of the local officials in convincing the people of the area to undertake the vaccination of their children in order to help them lead a healthier life.

The Court President & Recorder requested the Deputy Commissioner to arrange for legal training to the staff of the Law & Judicial Department.

Issuance of Admit Cards for PSCE & MSCE 2024

This is to notify to all concerned that the District School Education Board, Chakma Autonomous District Council has decided to issue Admit Card from 8th January to 15th January, 2024 both for PSCE & MSCE candidates who are going to appear in the Common Examination. 2024.

Therefore, all Heads of Institutions are informed to collect the Admit Cards of their respective School from the office of DEB during office hours as per the dates mentioned above.

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CEM Rasik Mohan Chakma visits education and community development project site

Kamalanagar, 29 August 2023: Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma, Chief Executive Member of the Chakma Autonomous District Council (CADC), visited a designated site at Kamalanagar-V earlier today. The purpose of the visit was to inspect the land chosen for the construction of a Middle School, an Anganwadi Centre, and a Village Council House. The sprawling 6,478.39 square metres tract of land, was generously contributed by Dg. Birendra Bijoy Chakma of Kamalanagar-I.

During his visit, Chief Executive Member Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma also revealed plans for the development of a playground within the premises. He also mentioned that additional government facilities would be established on the land as and when the need arises in the future. Currently, preparation is underway for land development, with an access road being constructed to link the site to the existing Arotinagar to Kamalanagar-V road.

The CEM was accompanied by Dg. Kamal Chakma, Assistant Engineer, and Dg. Bagirath Chakma, Junior Engineer, both from the Public Works Department, CADC.

Dg. Birendra Bijoy Chakma, the land donor.
Dg. Birendra Bijoy Chakma, the land donor.

Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma expressed profound gratitude and collective appreciation of the Chakma Autonomous District Council to the donor Dg. Birendra Bijoy Chakma, and his family for their magnanimous contribution to the noble cause of education and community development. He expressed his optimism that the upcoming educational and community infrastructures to be built on this land, will immensely benefit the local populace.

Notification: Schools to remain closed till 11th August 2023

In order to ensure the safety of the School children in the ensuing flood that has reached dangerous levels, it is hereby notified that all Primary, Upper Primary and Middle Schools within the Chakma Autonomous District Council will remain closed from 8th August 2023 to 11th August 2023.

Allocation of portfolios to the Executive Members of CADC

In exercise of powers conferred under Rule 30 of the Chakma Autonomous District Council (Constitution, Conduct of Business etc.) Rules, 2002 and as amended from time to time, the Chief Executive Member of Chakma Autonomous District Council is pleased to allocate the portfolios among the members of the Executive Committee of the 11th Chakma Autonomous District Council as shown below with immediate effect.

Second Edition of Changmha Grammar & Composition published by DSEB, CADC released

Kamalanagar, 29 June, 2022: The Second Edition of Changmha Grammar & Composition published by District School Education Board, Chakma Autonomous District Council was released today in a programme organized in the CADC Conference Hall. Dg. Buddha Lila Chakma, Hon’ble CEM, CADC did the honour of releasing the book.

The programme was attended by Dg. Kali Kumar Tongcahngya, Chairman, CADC, Dg. Lakhi Dhan Chakma, Deputy Chairman, CADC, Dg. Molin Kumar Chakma, President, DSEB, Dg. H. Amaresh Chakma, MDC, Dg. Roymanikyo Chakma, Secretary, DSEB, Dgb. Mandira Chakma, Sr. Academic Officer and HODs of various departments.

Dgb. Mandira Chakma while tracing the contribution of the District School Education Board in the development of the Chakma language for learning and teaching in CADC expressed thanks to all those who have been instrumental in the journey thus far. She has especially named Dg. Laxmi Bushan Chakma, Dg. Jayan Chakma, Dg. Sujoy Chakma, Dg. Anantasen Chakma, Dg. Ashman Chakma, Dg. Shanti Jiban Chakma and Dg. Anil Chakma besides among others.

She urged the authority of CADC and the Civil Society Groups to take up the initiative for recognition of the Chakma language as a state language in Mizoram.

She also took up the matter of acute shortage of personnel in some very important posts of the Board.

Hon’ble CEM speaking lauded the achievements of the Board despite shortages of personnel in some important posts.

Taking reference of the issue of shortage of staff raised by Dgb. Mandira Chakma the CEM assured to look into the matter.

With regards to the recognition of the Chakma Language as state language he said, “No stone shall be left unturned” while adding collective effort will be important.

He lauded the effort of the team behind the successful project of bringing out a revised edition of the Chakma Grammar, first published in 2017, citing the task assumes a tough character given these are pioneering stages.

Gurushala based teacher’s training underway in Chawngte RD Block

Kamalanagar, 17 June, 2022: The first phase of 3-days “Gurushala based Teachers’ Training” is underway within Chawngte RD Block organised by Education Department, CADC at Public school, Kamalanagar. The training which started yesterday was attended by some 67 teachers from schools around Kamalanagar Town area namely Govt. Comph. Middle School, Kamalanagar Public School, RCM Comph. Middle School and KMM Comph. Middle School.

Dg. Buddha Lila Chakma, Hon’ble CEM, CADC and Dr. Manesia Khaimeichho, SDO (Civil), Chawngte graced the inaugural session of the programme held at Public School, Kamalanagar as the Chief Guest and Guest of Honour respectively.

The programme was also attended by the two Education Officers of CADC. Eight master trainers were engaged to conduct the training.

Dg. Buddha Lila Chakma in his speech encouraged the Master Trainers and Teacher Trainees to carry forward this noble programme of the government for capacity building and stated that teachers are more valuable than parents. Despite financial constraint, he approved a sum of Rs 21,000/- to conduct the training. He was quite optimistic that the society can be changed with the help of the teachers. He appealed all the teachers to get actively involved in building the society.

Dr. Manesia Khaimeichho, SDO(Civil) also stated that teachers are very important and has a huge responsibility in building a society. He also opined that teacher can help the youths not to get involved in anti-social activities if properly guided.

Chakma language proficiency examination conducted; 407 candidates appeared the examination

Kamalanagar, 23 May, 2022: As many as 407 candidates appeared the Chakma language proficiency examination conducted today by District School Education Board at Kamalanagar Public School, Govt. Comprehensive Middle school, Kamalanagar and KMM Comprehensive Middle School, Kamalanagar. Dg. Molin Kumar Chakma, President, DSEB accompanied by Dg. Roymanikyo Chakma, Secretary, DSEB, Dgb. Mandira Chakma, Sr. Academic Officer, DSEB visited the three examination centres today.

This is the sixth such training cum examination on Chakma Language Proficiency held. Earlier, it was conducted in the years 2003, 2007, 2009, 2012 and 2019.

Chakma language as a subject is taught in all the schools under Chakma Autonomous District Council. Learning of the subject was introduced in the year 1994 and is now taught till class-VIII standard.

All successful candidates appearing the examination will get certificates qualifying them to teach the subject in schools. The examination was preceded by a 4-Day session of training w.e.f 18th May till 21st May for all the candidates. Eight instructors were engaged for the training.