The North Eastern Council is the nodal agency for the economic and social development of the North Eastern Region which consists of the eight States of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura.
The North Eastern Council was constituted in 1971 by an Act of Parliament. The constitution of the Council has marked the beginning of a new chapter of concerted and planned endeavour for the rapid development of the Region.
Over the last thirty five years, NEC has been instrumental in setting in motion a new economic endeavour aimed at removing the basic handicaps that stood in the way of normal development of the region and has ushered in an era of new hope in this backward area full of great potentialities.
The North Eastern Council (NEC) came into being by an Act of Parliament, the North Eastern Council Act, 1971 to act as an advisory body in respect of socio-economic development and balanced development of the North Eastern Areas consisting of the present States of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura. The NEC started functioning in the year 1972.
The members of the NEC consists of the Governors and the Chief Ministers of the eight member States including Sikkim, apart from the Chairman and three Members who are nominated by the President of India.
The North Eastern Council was constituted for performing the following functions:
To discuss any matter in which some or all of the States represented in the Council have common interest and advise the Central Government and the Governments of the States concerned as to the action to be taken on any such matter, particularly with regard to -
To formulate and forward proposals for securing the balanced development of the North Eastern Areas particularly with regard to -
Where a project or a scheme is intended to benefit two or more States, to recommend the manner in which such project or scheme may be executed/implemented and managed, the benefits therefrom may be shared, and the expenditure thereon may be incurred.
To review, from time to time, the implementation of the projects and schemes included in the Regional Plan and recommend measures for effecting coordination among the Governments of the concerned States in the matter of implementations.
To review progress of expenditure and recommend to the Central Government the quantum of financial assistance to be given to the States entrusted with implementation of any project included in the Regional Plan.
To recommend to the Governments of the States concerned or to the Central Government the undertaking of necessary Surveys and Investigations of projects to facilitate inclusion of new projects in the Regional Plan for consideration.
To review, from time to time, the measures taken by the States represented in the Council for the maintenance of security and public order and recommend to the concerned State Governments further measures necessary in this regard.
"Construction of Regional Multiutility Town Hall and Cultural Centre" at Tinsukia under NEC under the Ministry of DONER. As on May 2019, Total Project Cost Sanctioned for the project is Rs. 798.00 Lakhs, Govt. of India Share is Rs. 718.20 Lakhs and State Share including beneficiary contribution is Rs. 79.80 Lakhs. Total Fund released to Development Authority for implementation is Rs. 519.20 Lakhs. Physical Progress is 74%
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|Sanction Letter of Grants-In-Aid under North Eastern Council(NEC)||1.39 MB|
|Guidelines of North Eastern Council(NEC)||2.46 MB|
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