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Nagaland to be first Indian state to have UAV

Kohima, India: Nagaland will be the first State in India to have UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle), announced Alemtemshi Jamir, Additional Chief Secretary & Development Commissioner of Nagaland state. Jamir, on behalf of Nagaland state government, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the NABARD Consultancy Services Pvt Ltd (NABACONS). Under this MoU, 55 state projects will be evaluated this month. 

Jamir observed that with an advent of the satellite and GIS technology, officers should be serious while executing their works. M.K. Mudgal, CEO of NABACONS, stated that agri marketing, agri warehouse, agri cold storage, cold chain, etc, are the potential key business areas in Nagaland. He also informed that NABACONS was set up in India-Africa Training Centre in Kenya and has been running for 3 years.

Source: iprnagaland.gov.in