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The Minutes of Meeting held on 30.06.2017


In pursuance of the decision taken in the Executive Committee meeting of GRK held on 17.06.2017, the following members are selected as the management team of GRK Football Academy.

  1. Shri Bomken Basar Dy. SP APPS, Chairman

  2. Shri Karto Bam, PET GHSS Basar, Secretary

  3. Shri Gomar Basar, Astt Registrar RGU, Doimukh, Member

  4. Shri Pakjum Doke, Teacher GHSSBasar, Member

  5. Shri Mijum Riram, Member

  6. Shri Karto Basar, Member

  7. Shri Eli Basar, Member

  8. Shri Kari Basar, Member

  9. Shri Moli Basar, Member

The terms of references of the committee would be as follows:

  1. The tenure of the Management Team would be 2 years, co- terminus with the tenure of the Executive Committee of GRK. However, the same team could be continued or partially replaced or totally replaced by the subsequent EC of GRK in the helm of affairs as per their wisdom.

  2. The Chairman/ Secretary of the Management Team would enter into a memorandum of understanding with the selected coach Shri Nyamar Loyi and the parent of the selected boys for the coaching. The draft MoU shall be prepared by the management team and obtained approval from the President GRK.

  3. The Management Team shall facilitate selection process for coaching and also shall support the Coach in day to day management of coaching in the field to yield best possible result from the whole effort. Selection shall be done fairly without any biasness and purely on potentiality of the aspirants. Only those below 10 years of age shall be considered for selection.

  4. The Management Team shall review the performance of the Coach and report to Executive Committee GRK every quarterly including the progress of the trained boys.

  5. A separate account shall be opened for GRK Football Academy at any nationalised bank. It shall be operated by the Treasurer GRK, Chairman Management Team and Secretary Management Team. Minimum two of the three members shall have to sign the cheque for the withdrawal of money. Routine expenditures like salary of Coach, food supplement etcupto maximum amount of Rs. 30,000/- per month shall be done without prior approval of EC GRK but for any expenditure which is not a routine nature and beyond the stipulated amount, prior approval of the EC GRK shall be mandatory. The Treasurer GRK shall be responsible for maintaining records of all receipts of money/funds towards GRK FA and details of withdrawals, whereas, the Management Team shall be responsible for maintaining the book of accounts documenting all transactions, reasons, item wise amount of each transaction, cash memos, vouchers etc. The Management Team shall get GRK FA accounts audited by a neutral body every six month and submit the same for approval of EC GRK. The same after approval shall be shared through the appropriate social media.


President GRK

Copy to:-      

  1. The Secretary General GRK

  2. The Treasurer GRK

  3. The Chief Spokesperson GRK

  4. Shri BomkenBasarDySP APPS, Chairman GRK FA

  5. Shri Karto Bam, PET GHSS Basar, Secretary

  6. Shri GomarBasar, Astt Registrar RGU, Doimukh, Member

  7. Shri PakjumDoke, Teacher GHSSBasar, Member

  8. Shri MijumRiram, Member

  9. Shri KartoBasar, Member

  10. Shri Eli Basar, Member

  11. Shri Kari Basar, Member

  12. Shri MoliBasar, Member




In pursuance of the decision taken in theExecutive Committee meeting of GRK held on 07.05.2017 &17.06.2017, Shri NyamarLoyi, s/o Shri HinyaLoyi, Village Pakam-1, West Siang District is selected as the Coach of GRK Football Academy.The term for the initial employment shall be for 10 years subject to be reviewed after every one year based on the satisfaction of the Management Team of GRK Football Academy. The GRK FA shall pay an annual salary of Rs 240000.00 (Rupees two Lakh forty thousand) only to Shri NyamarLoyi. Shri NyamarLoyi shall enter into a MoU with GRK to be represented by the Chairman Management Team GRK FA. His responsibilities, follow up actions and other relevant terms of service shall be dealt and governed as per the MoU.


President GRK

Copy to:- 

  1. The Secretary General GRK

  2. The Treasurer GRK

  3. The Chief Spokesperson GRK

  4. Shri Bomken BasarDy.SP APPS, Chairman GRK FA

  5. Shri Nyamar Loyi, s/o Shri Hinya Loyi, Pakam –I, Aalo

GRK(C)/Meeting-2/2017                                                                                             8.7.2017


            The President, Federal unit of GRK

Bam, Gori-Soi, Nyigam-Regi, Pagi, Disi, Esi, Sago, Piri, Chirne, Kadi, Ego-Yamin, Nyobom, Kamdak-Everest, Nyodu, Galu,  Padi, Chisi, Dali, Dari.

Sub:     River cleanliness and conservation campaign


            As you would agree, rivers and streams are crucial to our economy and survival. All the rivers small or big are undergoing an alarming tendency of drying up may it is due to global warming or human acts of deforestation etc. The small rivers and streams in our area are no exception. Our rivers being non-glacier fed i.e forest based are therefore, more vulnerable to drying with unregulated and unthought-out human interventions and actions.The importance of conserving our surface water can also be understood from the following facts:

1. Fresh water contribute to only 3% of total water in the world

2. Surface water share is only 0.3% of the total Fresh water

3. Rivers and Streams share is only 2% of Surface waterEffectively,

4. Rivers and Streams share is only .0002% of total water in the world

5. Total utilisable water in India is 1521 Billion Cubic Metre (BCM)In 2006, total water consumed in India is 879 BCM

6. In 2025, it is estimated that 1093 BCM water shall be required annually

7. Going by the trend of population growth and other parameters, by 2050, availability of water and annual requirement may balance out in India as per experts and field data. The early attainment of a developed nation category may mean higher use of water per capita per day, which in turn can bring the predicament earlier than assessed. 

Hence, for our future generation, it is important that we conserve our precious water resources. In order to gain in terms of good health and economy, it is also important that we maintain clean environment in and around the rivers and streams. The Executive Committee of GRK in its sitting on the 17th of June has therefore decided that the federal units of the GRK of the pheripheral villages of all rivers and streams shall take following steps: 

                      I. Cleanliness of rivers and streams as per given order

                 Bam Hile – GRKbam, GRKkadi, GRKego-yamin

Hei River– GRKesi, GRKgs, GRKchirne, GRKnyobom, Bazar Secretary (old & Staff cant.)

Kidi River– GRKdisi, GRKpagi, GRKkamdak-everest, GRKnyigam-regi, GRKnyodu, GRKgalu, Bazar Secretary   (Staff canteen)

                 Hipo & Hingen River – GRKsago & GRKpiri

Ego River – GRKpadi, GRKchisi, DWS (GRKdali), GRKdari, Secretary Ego camp

The above mentioned federal units shall take up cleanliness drive which shall include the following activities:

a) launching of cleanliness programme on a fixed day simultaneously, that shall be    informed in due course by the Executive Committee GRK.

b) Measures to sustain the cleanliness through awareness amongst the people about the reasons to keep the rivers/streams clean.

c) Identification of pollutents like domestic wastes, black water (septic waste), chemical wastes like insecticides, pesticides, weedicites, herbicites etc and adoption of resolutions to control the pollutions.

d) Stopping littering in and around water bodies.

            If chemical contaminants can be shunned, then it will not only benefit people drinking the water but also promote growth of fish and other marine lives. Even, pisciculture cum paddyculture can be taken up in the WRC fields using the water in the downstream.

II. Conservation of water sources is as important as cleanliness if not more. All the GRK federal units are advised to adopt following measures:

a) To work towards reducing deforestation/Jhuming. Till alternatives to Jhuming is evolved atleast restriction on Jhum cultivation in the catcment areas of drinking water sources. This should gradually move to total shifting from Jhum cultivation in future.

b) Encourage organic vegetable cultivations in WRC field in off seasons.

c) Sharing of fields amongst each other

d) Taking up water recharge measures like catch pits (dug pits of say size 2m by 2m by 1m depth) in the catchment areas of water sources for trapping the rain water and rejuvenating the water sources in the downstream side.

e) Adopting the principle of plant 4 for 1 felled tree (4 Hichir/Tagu/Unyum etc may be planted in rigre or boundary for each big tree felled in Jhuming process).

Yours faithfully,

(Tomo Basar)

President GRK

Copy to:

1. The Secretary General GRK

2. The Vice Presidents GRK

3. President GRK federal units

4. Zilla Parishad Members

5. Anchal Chairpersons

6. Chief Spokesperson GRK

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