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Assam Govt signs MoU with National Law University to provide training to revenue officials

The purpose of this MoU is to facilitate capacity-building training for revenue officials in the state. The memorandum of understanding was initiated at Guwahati's Assam Survey and Settlement Training Centre.

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GUWAHATI, June 25: National Law University and the Judicial Academy, along with the Assam Survey and Settlement Training Centre, came together on Monday in Guwahati to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

The purpose of this MoU is to facilitate capacity-building training for revenue officials in the state. The memorandum of understanding was initiated at Guwahati’s Assam Survey and Settlement Training Centre.

Assam Minister of Revenue and Disaster Management Jogen Mohan, along with the Vice Chancellor of National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam, Mir Alfaz Ali, graced the occasion with their presence.

The Assam Minister stated that under the leadership of the state’s Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, the commitment to safeguarding the indigenous population of Assam has remained steadfast.

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“Today is a historic day. The capacity building training programme for the officers will be started soon. This MoU will help the state Revenue department,” Jogen Mohan said.

While discussing the flood conditions in the state, the Assam Minister also mentioned that the current flood situation is being managed effectively in the 9-10 affected districts.

“We have provided relief materials to the flood affected people. We have also provided compensation to the people through DBT. We will provide the amount of damage in flood to 3 lakh people within a short time,” Jogen Mohan added.

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