“Waste to Wealth”
is upheld as the VISION of the Department for the transitional values and
benefits it has for our mother earth and its inhabitants.
in September, 1993 to implement watershed programme and other
community-based schemes with funding supports from Central and State
government. Mandate of the Department is to evolve integrated strategies for
better utilization of natural resources and promote activities aimed at
reclaiming the degraded lands, restoring ecological balance, increasing
productivity and creating livelihood and employment opportunities for the
Advisor and Officers of the Department
Shri. G. Ikuto Zhimomi
C. Vanchamo Ngullie
Schemes that are implemented by state governments of India but are
largely funded by the Central Government with a defined State
Schemes funded by the State Governmen.
The Departmental Resource Centre established in the year 2004 at
Ruzaphema spans over an area of 74 hectares. It is located about 20
kms away from Dimapur town and about 2 kms from Kuki Dolong, at
National Highway 29.
List of Annual Administrative reports giving the current status and
progress of projects within the department.