Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu College receives accreditation from NBA in three Diploma Programs

Zunheboto: MLA Er Picto Shohe made the announcement during the NDPP 32 Atoizu Assembly Constituency felicitation and installation programme

BY | Thursday, 8 September, 2022

MLA Er Picto Shohe, on Thursday, announced that Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu (KPA) College has received accreditation from the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) in three Diploma Programs. He announced this while addressing the NDPP 32-Atoizu Assembly Constituency Felicitation and Installation Programme of the reconstituted Executive Body of Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP), Atoizu Division, here at Local Ground, Atoizu Town.

Shohe said the payment of KPA land compensation has also been approved by the State government after much effort. He said all the recent progress has been made possible under the leadership of Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio.

The MLA also stated that the much-awaited Atoizu outpost police station is now upgraded into a fully fledged Police Station and the proposal for blacktopping of the road from Doyang to Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu has been submitted to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highway (MORTH). Shohe informed that an additional project for villages connecting Wokha District – Imuloto to Sapitika, Phili to Sapitika, Shena to N Longidang – is on the pipeline.

School Education Advisor K T Sukhalu, addressing the gathering, asserted that the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) is committed to finding a solution to the protracted Indo Naga political issue. He, however, said if there is no political settlement before the 2023 general assembly elections, the seat sharing agreement between the two alliance partners NDPP and BJP of 20/40 would be applied in the 2023 elections.

Reiterating the stand of the UDA, Sukhalu said the present Legislators are ready to pave the way in the event of a political settlement being arrived at.

He appreciated MLA Er Picto Shohe for his selfless service to and development work for his people and mentioned that through the untiring effort of the incumbent MLA and the intervention of the Chief Minister, developmental activities are taking place at Atoizu, particularly the clearance of the long pending KPA land compensation bill.


The program was attended by NDPP Central office bearers, NDPP Zunheboto region, NDPP 35 Zunheboto Assembly Constituency, 36 Satakha Assembly Constituency, NDPP 32 Atoizu A/C and other official delegates and well wishers.



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