Chief Secretary of Nagaland, J. Alam, IAS, inaugurated the Chief Secretary’s Residential Conference Hall at the Chief Secretary’s Residential Complex, Kohima, on June 10, 2024. Addressing the gathering, Alam stated that the new conference hall was designed to cater to the needs of the government and the development of its citizens. He expressed hope that the conference hall will be of service and convenience to many future Chief Secretaries heading the State.

Chief Secretary’s Residential Conference Hall inaugurated in Kohima

J. Alam also stated that no additional area was sought for the construction of the conference hall and appreciated the Civil Administration Works Division (CAWD), headed by the Commissioner of Nagaland, for the timely completion of the project. The Chief Secretary added that the design of the conference hall was in line with the other buildings within the complex.

Assistant Chief Engineer (CAWD), Er. Sungtiba Amer, in his technical report, stated that the building was conceptualized during 2023-24, incorporating all requisite requirements for the Chief Secretary’s Conference Hall. The project commenced on November 20, 2023, and was completed on May 22, 2024. He added that the RCC building with a sloped roof structure, a conference hall, and one pantry covers a plinth area of 840.72 sqft.

Commissioner of Nagaland, Sushil Kumar Patel, IAS, who chaired the program, stated that the Conference Hall was the vision of the Chief Secretary. Earlier, J. Alam unveiled the inaugural plaque, and Sr. Pastor of Faith Harvest Church, Kohima, Shan Kikon, dedicated the conference hall.

Mokokchung Times

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