Thüvopisü Village

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      The Thüvopisü village is one of the second biggest villages under ADC jurisdiction which is in the corner of 2020m above sea level with a distance of 21km from Chozuba, the nearest town and 30km from Phek, the District Headquarter. Although situated on a remote and solitary hill slope, like any other villages, we increased in population during the year with 4494 persons covering some 667 households. The village is blessed with rich natural flora and fauna like the famous DZȔDȔ Lake, virgin forest and waterfalls etc. where this natural beauty attracts the inflows of many tourists within the village. Moreover, the village area covers some 3km in breadth and 4km in length. But due to negligence of the Government in developing the village, the village is still living in a very backward state thereby leading to low income rate in the community. More and above, it is to state the fact that gratefully the Department had set up “NWDPRA Thüzürü Project” but with the growing of the population and advancement a non-technician cannot meet the basic needs and demands as and when required, where we have lost so many natural resources due to non availability of the technicians.

      The natural resources mentioned in local dialect to be preserved:
      1. Timber tree : Mügo, Tsie, Külo, Tüshimücie, Müyi, Khuthie, Khula, Khu, Küru, Müdü, Rüpü, etc.
      2. Fruit tree : Ciepho, Küve, Cekhrüh, Rüne, Redü, Shedü, No, Tapu, Celho, Müzü, Loku, Vekhuyirase, Kusse, etc.
      3. Bamboos : Küpho, Cera, Geipri, Vütho, Rüki, Kügvü, Rünyi, Dithu, etc.
      4. Ropes : Tükhra, Thürü, Rüphranu, Mügüro, Münhü, Sazü, ko, pro, Münyi,etc.
      5. Medicinal tree : Müyinuhu, cho, chona, Ganyo, Thime, Sükhu, Preyo, Süso, etc.
      6. Medicinal herbs : Kürhüpri, Rülü, Japannha, Pinna, Khukrüh, Gakhu, Gazhie, Prüga, etc.
      7. Orchids : Thükü, Khuso, Thürübapü, etc.
      8. Flower tree : Tagu, Thopü, Mego, Photü, Tütsi, Mütha, Süthi, etc.
      9. Mammals : Nhagwi, Tükho, Tünyo, Tüqhwi, Thizhie, Münyi, Kütsalühi, Thüngu, Silhü, etc.
      10. Birds : Rüyi, Ngu, Vühkwi, Zükhrenu, Lümo, Thünyi, Müza, Tsüyi, Sübuh, etc.
      11. Bees : Khwide, khwibi, khwiyo, khwisünu, Rüyo, Rüdü, Küvü, etc.
      12. Snakes : Seselü, Nhiga, Thürikütinhi, Prayo, Nhise, etc.
      13. Fishes : Khangu, Rülha, Khuni, Khukha, Rünikhu, etc.
      14. Thatch : Süga, Kügwünyi, Müthanyi, Süsonyi, etc.
      15. Wood manure : Sükhrünyo
      16. Moss : Tünhathi
      17. Clays : Rüganyo, Rünyokümüre, Rünyokütü, Nyeho, etc.
      18. Mineral water : Küzadzü
      19. Stones : Kütsüthügou, Kütsükümüzho, Kütsüthüga, Kütsükütü, Kütsübada, Balutsü, etc.
      20. Rivers : Tüsürü, Thüdzürü, Velhüzherü, Mohothizherü, Tükhoküzherü, Velhürü, Thütsürü, Brokhrirü, etc.
      21. Lakes : Dzüdü, Küneoza, Zarhoza, Veswümicevü, Khuthokülabüh, etc.
      22. Peaks/Mountains : Zanübu, Küyobaka-o, Yelhünabutu, Zarhoka, Thüvüphenyie, etc.

      1. Name of the village : THȔVOPISȔ VILLAGE
      2. Year of settlement : 1621 A.D.
      3. Total village area : 32 km²
      4. Total population : 4494
      5. Total students : 768
      6. Total No. of Households : 686
      7. Literacy rate : 59.02 %
      8. Block : Sekrüzu
      9. Sub-Division : Chozuba
      10. Post Office/Police station : Chozuba
      11. Nearest Hospital : CHC Chozuba/PHC Thuvopisu
      12. Nearest Comercial Centre : Chozuba
      13. Density in population : 98 persons per sq. km
      14. Language spoken : Chokri (local), English, Hindi
      15. Faith, belief : Christianity
      16. Total number of Clans/clans : 4 khels: Dozo, Venyo, MayoThüvoh (now Tetseo), Thüyesü (now Rhakhu, Shijoh & Khusoh) 
      16. Total number of colonies : 5 (Rüso, Nasa, Tüzu, Rüzakü, Rükho,)
      17. Source of Education : Primary Schooling - Local
      Middle Schooling - Local
      High Schooling - Local
      18. Village administration : 1. Village Council
      2. Village Development Board
      3. The Churches
      4. Women Society
      5. Youth organization
      6. Students’ Union
      19. Festivals : Sükrünye, Khuthonye, Thürinye, etc
      20. Village Boundaries : East - Khomi & Phola
      : West - Rünguzu & Chozuba
      : North - Yorüba & Rüzazho
      : South - Sakraba & Porba
      21. Altitudes of Few landscapes : Zanübu peak -3600m above sea level
      Dzüdü Lake - 2150m - do –
      Zarho Pond - 2080 m - do –
      Village - 2020m - do –
      22. Average rainfall : 2500mm
      23. Seasons (a) Heavy rain : May to August
      (b) Occasional : September to October
      (c) Dry seasons : November to April
      23. Main occupation : Agriculture
      24. Crops : Rice, Maize, Sesame (Pyrillah)
      25. Spices : Garlic, Ginger, Xanthoxylym, Cardamom, etc
      26. Nuts : Wild nut, Hon Sonia, etc
      27. Vegetables
      (a) Cultivated : Beans, Pumpkin, Cucumber, Cabbage, Mustard leave, Carrot, Radish, etc
      (b) Wild: Garüh, Gazhie, Gabo, Thügoga, Rükiga, Tükhwü, Gazho, etc


      1. Name of the School - Government High School Thüvopisü
      2. Year of establishment - 1964
      3. Status of School Building - Constructed by the Government
      4. Type of Building - Partially pucca
      5. Number of Building blocks - 2
      6. Number of classrooms use
      for instructional purposes - 5
      7. Other rooms - 3
      8. Condition of classrooms - Need major repair
      9. Condition of other rooms - Need major repair
      10. The quantity of existing
      Furniture, Library books,
      Text books, Note books - There is no Library and furniture are very few.
      SSA/Govt. provided Free Text books, Note books,
      etc were equally distributed.
      11. Laboratory room - There is no Laboratory room. Hence, Science
      Teacher is finding problem in experiment parts.
      12. Backwardness of the area and
      communication, etc - There is no proper transport and communication
      13. Other necessary information
      considered - As the village is extending every year with new
      households and children population are increased,
      we need to upgrade the school.
      14. Upgradation of middle school to high school building under construction.

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