Sports & Youth

Anapana Meditation to be introduced in schools, among other resolutions of CADC

Kamalanagar, the 13th June, 2024: The Executive Committee of the Chakma Autonomous District Council, in its 12th meeting held today took the following resolutions:

1.P/S & MS Education: It was resolved that Annapana meditation shall be introduced in the Primary and Middle Schools within CADC (optional). Teachers interested in taking 10 days Vipassana course may avail leave through the concerned Headmasters on a rotational basis. 10-minutes Anapana meditation shall be conducted at the start of the school. Mizoram Vipassana Meditation Centre, Kamalanagar, shall arrange introductory courses in meditation for all schools within the CADC.

2. Land, Revenue & Settlement Department: It was resolved that the following officials shall be entrusted with the drafting of Land & Revenue Act, 2024:

(i) Executive Member (Revenue) & Law & Judicial Department (ii) Executive Secretary, CADC (iii) Sr. Revenue Officer (iv) Dg. Manabendra Chakma, RSO and (iv) Dg. Uttam Chakma, Judicial Officer.  They have been advised to complete the task before the next Monsoon Session of CADC.

3. General Administration & Control Department: It was resolved that 9 (Nine) staff members of Borapansury Primary Health Centre who were found guilty during the inquiry shall be terminated immediately and the resulting vacant posts shall be filled up till the time the government takes up the PHC.

4. Law & Judicial Department: It was resolved that the compilation of CADC Court records shall be completed within 6 (Six) months by the concerned department. The Customary Law Code Sub Rule 6 of Rule 32 shall also be amended.

5. Sports & Youth Services Department: It was resolved that Cash reward shall be given to individuals from Chakma Autonomous District Council excelling in the field of sports as specified hereunder:

Individual player:

  • State Champion- Rs.50,000.
  • National Champion- Rs.1,00,000.
  • International Champion- Rs.3,00,000.

Team players:

  • State level- Rs.40,000.
  • National level- Rs.75,000.
  • International level- Rs.2,00,000.

Inter-School football tournament concludes

Kamalanagar, August 30, 2023: Dg. Molin Kumar Chakma, Adviser to the Chief Executive Member (CEM), CADC, graced the closing ceremony and prize distribution event of the Inter-School Football tournament. The week-long tournament organized by the Mizoram Chakma Students’ Union (Central), commenced on 23rd August, 2023. A total number of 46 teams from 19 schools participated in the event. Dg. Buddhangkur Chakma, Sr. FAO, and Dg. Kulendra Bikash Chakma, Information & Public Relations Officer, were also present alongside other distinguished officials of CADC and heads of participating institutions.

In his address as the Chief Guest, Dg. Molin Kumar Chakma extended his gratitude to the Mizoram Chakma Students’ Union (Central) for taking the initiative to organize this remarkable tournament. He emphasized the significance of embracing sports alongside formal education for the holistic development of students. He also stressed that for achieving success, students must possess three essential qualities: courage, interest, and passion. Dg. Chakma further advised the young participants to engage in regular self-introspection of their actions. He encouraged them to discard negative influences and adopt positive habits.

Dg. Buddhangkur Chakma, the Guest of Honour, took the stage to deliver an inspiring speech. He offered valuable advice to the students, urging them to delve within themselves, comprehend their capabilities, and set clear life goals. Drawing a metaphor, he likened an individual without a goal to a boat without a radar in a big ocean. Dg. Chakma cited the illustrious example of late Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, renowned as the “Missile man of India,” who through his focused efforts, enabled the nation’s remarkable strides in science and technology. He emphasized that with a well-defined objective, every achievement becomes attainable.

The inter-school football tournament witnessed intense competition across three categories – Higher Secondary School, High School and Middle School. The results of the tournament are as follows:

Higher Secondary Level Boys:

First Prize: Longpuighat Higher Secondary School
Second Prize: Nirvan Residential School, Kamalanagar

Higher Secondary Level Girls:

First Prize: Duloram Public Higher Secondary School
Second Prize: Govt. Kamalanagar Higher Secondary School

High School Boys:

First Prize: Udoygiri Higher Secondary School
Second Prize: Agomoni High School, Longpuighat

High School Girls:

First Prize: Duloram Public Higher Secondary School
Second Prize: Nirvan Residential School, Kamalanagar

Middle School Boys:

First Prize: Bajeisora Middle School
Second Prize: Govt. Middle School, Kamalanagar-I

Middle School Girls:

First Prize: Udalthana Middle School
Second Prize: Bajeisora Middle School

Rasik Mohan Chakma, CEM, CADC inaugurates Inter-School Football Tournament

𝐊𝐚𝐦𝐚𝐥𝐚𝐧𝐚𝐠𝐚𝐫, 𝟐𝟑 𝐀𝐮𝐠𝐮𝐬𝐭 𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟑: Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma, the Chief Executive Member of CADC today graced the inaugural programme of the Inter-School Football Tournament organized by the Central Mizoram Chakma Students’ Union, as the Chief Guest at Kamalanagar Playground. The inaugural ceremony was also graced by the presence of dignitaries including Dgb. Sona Chakma, MDC, CADC, Sr. FAO Dg. Buddhangkur Chakma, heads of institutions and several others.

Addressing the programme, the Chief Guest extended his warm wishes to the participating students, referring to them as “Rising Stars”. He emphasized that the tournament was not merely an occasion for competitive matches and prize distribution, but rather a platform for identifying and nurturing budding talents. Drawing inspiration from Mizoram’s successful “Catch Them Young” program, he highlighted how young athletes could pursue a fulfilling career in sports through proper coaching and guidance. He expressed his hope that the Inter-School Football Tournament could also serve this purpose by fostering talent at the grassroots level, thereby producing district, state, and national-level players.

Touching on the significance of timely action and effective resource utilization, he emphasized the importance of making the right decisions at the right time. He exemplified this point with an anecdote about the congested road, crowded with vendors and market-goers that was nearly impassable for vehicles due to the absence of adequate marketplace shelter which he encountered on his way to the playground. Reflecting on past missed opportunities, he lamented the ineffective utilization of sanctioned amount of Rs.54 lakh for the extension of the bazar shed building during the year 2015-2016, leading to the existing chaotic scenario. He stressed on the value of proper implementation in realizing positive outcomes, citing the successful organization of the football tournament was made possible due to the meaningful utilization of the funds allocated for the construction of the Astro-turf facility at Kamalanagar.

Addressing the young students, the Chief Guest conveyed his vision of witnessing not only talented football players but also accomplished orators, musicians, dancers, actors, and more emerging from their ranks to illuminate the society. He encouraged them to stay determined and focused in their pursuit of education and sports. He envisioned each participant as a potential “Rising Star” who would contribute positively to the society.

CADC leadership calls on Hon’ble Governor of Mizoram

Kamalanagar, 11 August 2023: The Hon’ble Chief Executive Member of the Chakma Autonomous District Council (CADC), Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma, today led a high-level delegation in a productive meeting with the Hon’ble Governor of Mizoram, His Excellency Dr. Hari Babu Kambhampati. The meeting, held at the Governor’s Bungalow in Aizawl, discussed crucial subjects concerning the Chakma Autonomous District Council.

The meeting, which included cabinet colleagues, Members of District Council (MDCs), and prominent party leaders discussed various issues concerning the progress and development of CADC. Key subjects that were discussed in the meeting included the Gazette Notification of CADC Rules, disparity in distribution of Budget allocations among Autonomous District Councils in Mizoram, MUDRA Loans, Centrally Sponsored Schemes and Fishery Schemes.

Dr. Hari Babu Kambhampati, the Hon’ble Governor, while sharing valuable inputs with the delegation also expressed his commitment to actively intervene and play a constructive role for a positive transformation of Chakma Autonomous District Council.

CEM, CADC inspects Indoor Stadium under construction at Kamalanagar-II

Kamalanagar, July 52023: Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma today inspected the Indoor Stadium being constructed at Kamalanagar-II. He was accompanied by Pu Lalneithanga Colney, the Sub-Divisional Officer cum Block Development Officer of Chawngte RD Block and Dg. Santosh Chakma, Executive Member, CADC i/c Sports & Youth Services.

The project is being funded by the North East Council (NEC) under Backward Blocks Grant Fund for an estimated cost of Rs. 65 lakhs (Rupees Sixty-Five Lakhs only). It is being implemented by Pu Lalhmingliana, former MP while the construction work is being undertaken by the Mizoram PWD Lawngtlai Division.

The Indoor Stadium will house two full sized badminton courts. Excavation work and construction of foundation upto plinth beam level has been completed. The CEM requested that the project be completed on time. Thereafter, the CEM and the SDO had a discussion on the urgency of constructing the approach and how to construct it at the earliest.

CADC Football Association reconstituted; Dg. Santosh Chakma becomes President

Kamalanagar, 1 July, 2023: Chakma Autonomous District Council Football Association was reconstituted today in a meeting convened by Chakma Autonomous District Council Football Association at the Conference Hall of CADC Rest House, Kamalanagar.

Dg. Santosh Chakma, Executive Member, CADC i/c Sports & Youth Services, etc., Dg. Kamaleshwar Chakma, District Sports Promotion Officer, CADC; Dg. Suman Chakma, SRO cum i/c Assistant Information & Public Relations Officer, CADC; Dr. Jyoti Bikash Chakma, President, Central Young Chakma Association, representatives from Village Councils and different sporting clubs of CADC attended the meeting.

The Association was reconstituted with Dg. Santosh Chakma as President; Dr. Jyotirmoy Chakma as Working President, Dg. Kamaleshwar Chakma as Vice President, Dg. Prityrup Chakma as General Secretary, Dg. Lokesh Chakma as Joint Secretary, Dg. Sadhan Bikaksh Chakma as Office Secretary, Dg. Pushporath Chakma as Information & Publicity Secretary, Dg. Satyam Chakma as Finance Secretary, Dg. Ripon Chakma as Treasurer, Dg. Raju Chakma as Organising Secretary, Dg. Ahoze Chakma, Dg. Julius Tongchangya, Dg. B. Chanda Chakma, Dg. Alok Chakma, Dg. Sanjoy Chakma and Sports Secretary from Central Young Chakma Association and Central Mizoram Chakma Students Union as Executive Members. The CEM, CADC; the Chairman, CADC; local MLA and the President, Village Council Court of Kamalanagar-I were designated as advisers to the Association.

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.

CADC Football team set out for BTC; Dg. Durjya Dhan Chakma, EM, CADC will lead the party

Kamalanagar, October 6, 2022: The Chakma Autonomous District Council Football team sets out for Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) today to participate in the 1st Inter Sixth Schedule Councils Premier Football League, 2022 (ISPL, 2022) schedule to be held from 9th October – 23rd October, 2022 in Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR), Assam. Dg Durjya Dhan Chakma, EM i/c Sports and Youth Services Dept., CADC will lead the representing team. He will be accompanied by Dg Bubon Kumar Chakma, MDC, CADC and H. Amaresh Chakma, MDC, CADC for the Opening Ceremony function on 9th October, 2022 at Dimakuchi Stadium, Udalguri, BTR.

The 1st Inter Sixth Schedule Councils Premier Football League, 2022 first of its kind is being organised by the Government of Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) to give a big boost to the development of Football in the BTC region and help foster community spirit within BTR and also with players from other Sixth Schedule Areas of North East India.

All the ten Autonomous District Councils (ADCs) under Sixth Schedule to the Constitution of India will participate in the Football tournament; three each from Mizoram, Assam and Meghalaya and one from Tripura. The Chakma, Lai and Mara Autonomous District Councils are the three participatory teams from Mizoram.

The ten Football teams are categorised into two groups A & B. The Khasi Hills Autonomous District Council (Meghalaya), the Mara Autonomous District Council (Mizoram), the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (Tripura), the Dima Hasao Autonomous Council (Assam) and the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (Assam) in Group – A while the Garo Hills Autonomous District Council (Meghalaya), the Jaintia Hills Autonomous District Council (Meghalaya), the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR, Assam), the Lai Autonomous District Council (Mizoram) and the Chakma Autonomous District Council (Mizoram) in Group – B.

Dg Prityrup Chakma, i/c ADSPO, CADC, Dg. Suman Chakma, SRO cum AI&PRO, CADC and Dg. Raju Chakma, UDC, Forest Dept., CADC have been invested with Manager, Asst. Coach and H/Coach respectively.

List of the Football team is as follows:

  1. Aadawr Chakma
  2. Rebeng Chakma
  3. L.Alok Bikash Chakma
  4. Dino Moy Chakma
  5. Sagar Chakma
  6. Rupam Chakma
  7. F. B. Oojhor Chakma
  8. Phibir Chakma
  9. Lokki Moy Chakma
  10. Sumiran Chakma
  11. Prity Joy Tong
  12. Ronaldo Tong
  13. Bonson Tong
  14. Sawmbal Chakma
  15. Tatu Chakma
  16. Tanak Chakma
  17. Dhav Chakma
  18. Poransa Chakma

76th Independence Day celebrated at Kamalanagar

Kamalanagar, 15 August, 2022: The 76th Independence Day of India celebrated at Kamalanagar, Chakma Autonomous District Council was graced by Pu Lawmawma Tochhawng, Vice-Chairman, Lunglei High Power Committee as Chief Guest. The celebration organized by SDO(Civil), Chawngte was held in the helipad ground of Baganpara.

March-past were performed by contingents represented by different schools of Kamalanagar and Chawngte area.

The Branch YMA, Chawngte P entertained the audience with the Cheraw dance while Chakma traditional dance was performed by the artists of Art & Culture Department, CADC. Local popular artists enliven the programme with their solo performances.

Prizes were given away by the Chief Guest to the participating teams and winners of badminton and football tournaments organized to mark the celebration of 76th Independence Day. NCC, Government Kamalanagar College was adjudged the best parade contingent. First prize in football was bagged by Chawngte-L FC while badminton double was won by Pu Ramnienga and Pu LH. Lalmalsawma under category-A, Pu C. Lalnunsanga and Pu LalhmingsangaKhiangte under category-B, Pu LH. Lalmalsawma and Pu Lalengzauva under 40+ category, Pu Jerry Lalmuanawma Pachuau and Lalengzauva.

A friendly football match was played between a team comprising of senior officers of CADC and a team by Chawngte Area Football Association to commemorate the Day.

Among the various achievements of the MNF led state government highlighted by Pu Lawmawma Tochhawng in his speech he also talked about the Astro Turf football ground at Kamalanagar which he said shall benefit the youth of the region in promoting career in football.

Earlier, in the morning, Dg. Buddhalila Chakma, Chief Executive Member, CADC unfurled the National Flag in the premises of CADC Secretariat in the presence of officials and staff of CADC.

Speaking during the programme he stated that many entitlements of CADC remains to be fulfilled while assuring to pursue them in the right earnest with the concerned authority. He urged of all the employees to be faithful with their respective duties and responsibilities in service to CADC.

He thanked the employees of CADC for coming forward to contribute voluntarily one day pay of their salary towards celebration of the CADC Golden Jubilee.

A day earlier, the celebration programme came under cloud with call for its boycott by the local NGOs for non-fulfilment of their demands for regular power supply, adequate staffing and equipping of the local hospital, separate SDO and BDO for Chawngte RD Block and demand for more police personals and lady constable in the local police station. The boycott was called off on assurance to meet the demand.