Youth who attempted suicide in Civil Lines is undergoing treatment, condition out of danger : No one should take such extreme steps out of emotional overwhelm, says Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel


 Youth who attempted suicide in Civil Lines is undergoing treatment, condition out of danger : No one should take such extreme steps out of emotional overwhelm, says Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel

The person from Dhamtari district, who tried to commit suicide by setting himself ablaze in civil lines area of capital city Raipur today afternoon, sustained burn injuries and is undergoing treatment in a hospital. Chief Minister said that no one should take such extreme step out of emotional overwhelm.

State Government has made arrangements to provide employment across the state, in this period of corona crisis. Chief Minister has prayed for speedy health recovery of Hardev Sinha. According to the information received from family of the person, 27-year-old Hardev Sinha of village Telinasatti of Dhamtari district has been mentally ill for last 2 years.

Sub-Divisional Magistrate Dhamtari informed in the context that Hardev lives with his parents and three brothers. His wife works as labourer and he has two daughters of 6 years and 3 years of age. Hardev’s younger brother has also been mentally ill, because of which he is unmarried and stays at home. Elder brother works at a garage and his father also stays at home. Hardev Sinha owns two-acres of agricultural land in his village and has studied upto 9th. Hardev Sinha has job card under MNREGA and last month, he was given work of 11 days. His family members got 21 days of employment. Hardev Sinha had also applied for permission to make youtube movide in gram panchayat Telinsatti.




Women of Multi-utility Centre did business of Rs 1.10 crore in six months : Chief Minister Mr. Baghel appreciated the quality of products made by women groups


Women of Multi-utility Centre did business of Rs 1.10 crore in six months : Chief Minister Mr. Baghel appreciated the quality of products made by women groups

Sanction of Rs 15 lakh from CSR fund announced for activities in Multi-utility Center

Chief Minister meets women of ‘Kalpatru’ Multi-utility Center Serikhedi

Multi-utility center proved to be boon for women during corona crisis

Rs 30 lakh provided to women as wages

 

Women of Bihaan Raipur (Ujala Gram Sangathan) working at ‘Kalptaru’ Multi-utility Center, Serikhedi today paid courtesy call on Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel. Women showed various products made by them at the center to Chief Minister. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel praised the products made by the women and asked for more information about it. To encourage the women to keep up the good work, CHief Minister sanctioned Rs 15 lakh from CSR funds for various activities at Multi-utility Center in Serikhedi.

On the occasion, Chief Minister released a folder based on products and activities of Serikhedi Multi-utility Center. Women told Chief Minister the center has providied them employment and income during this tough time of corona crisis. Women had brought vases made of cowdung, rakhi etc products made by them to show to Chief Minister. Women Group Head Mrs Mohini Daharia thanked Chief Minister for launch of Godhan Nyay Yojana.

Under State Rural Livelihood Mission (Bihaan), women groups in this center manufacture glycerine soap, designer candles, bamboo tree guards, incense sticks, phenyls, face wash, mushroom, munga powder, cookies, herbal tea, LED bulb, sleeper, cowdung vases, herbal gulaal, and bamboo, cowdung, vegetable seeds and designer rakhis. During corona crisis, women at the center have started making sanitizers, face shields, three layer cotton mask, medical gown and PPE kits. Corona safety kits are also being prepared for labourers in quarantine centers.

On the occasion, Raipur Collector Mr. S Bharatidasan informed Chief Minister that 180 women are working in this center, which was started in December last year. Products produced made by the women have done business of nearly Rs 1 crore 10 lakh. In this duration nearly Rs 30 lakh have been paid as wages to women. Women working here are being paid Rs 25 per hour as wages. Every woman worker here gets an average daily wage of Rs 200. Women are making cowdung powder, potato vitamin E, camel milk, goat milk and Aloe vera soaps of high quality. High quality of these products is the major reason behind their good sale. Till date, soaps worth nearly Rs 12 lakh have been sold from this centre. Soaps made in this center are being procured by Government of India’s Khadi Board to sell across the country. Masks made in this center is being sold at Rs 40 only, where as the price of these masks in market is Rs 120. 35 self-help groups of Ujala Gram Sangathan are associated with multi-utility center.

Women workers of the center have prepared 11 thousand bamboo tree guards. Bamboo Tree Guards worth nearly Rs 46 lakh have been sold so far, earning a profit of Rs 5-6 lakh. Women working in this center also run dal-bhaat center and aanganbadi centers. Meanwhile during the meeting, Cheif Secretary Mr. RP Mandal, Additional Chief Secretary of Chief Minister Mr. Subrat Sahu, Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Siddhartha Komal Singh Pardeshi, Jila Panchayat Raipur CEO Dr Gaurav Kumar Singh, Women Workers Mrs Mohini Daharia, Mrs. Swamita Verma, Mrs. Daya Dhrub, Mrs. Lata Manhar and Mrs. Seema Sahu were also present.




Formulate Drinking Water Schemes based on surface water for salinity-affected areas : Chief Minister Mr. Baghel : Chief Minister reviews works of Energy Department and CREDA


Formulate Drinking Water Schemes based on surface water for salinity-affected areas : Chief Minister Mr. Baghel : Chief Minister reviews works of Energy Department and CREDA

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel reviewed the works of Chhattisgarh State Power Distribution Compasnies and CREDA, in the meeting held at his residence office today. Mr. Baghel directed the CREDA officials to provide solar pumps to farmers in remote far flung areas. Chief Minister said that in the places with the problem of heavy metal contamination or salinity in water, supply should be ensured through surface water based schemes.

Chief Minister gave instructions to formulate surface-water based water supply schemes for the areas with the problem of salinity such as Bemetara, Balod, Dhamdha, Saja and Navagarh. In the meeting, Mr. Baghel reviewed various schemes of the electricity companies and CSR funds. Chief Minister said while reviewing the electricity supply from variable cast of private power plants that plants not providing the prescribed quantity of electricty should be served notice. In the meeting, Solar Drinking Water Scheme, Saubhagya Yojana, Saur Sujala Yojana, Solar Cold Storage, Solar electrification of government buildings, solar power plants related schemes were reviewed in the meeting.

In the meeting, CREDA officials informed that under Saur Sujala Yojana, 78 thousand 730 pumps have been installed till date, providing irrigation facility in 2 lakh 46 thousand acres. In year 2020-21, target of installing 20 thousand solar pumps has been set, which will provide irrigation facility in nearly 50 thousand acres. 40 projects of community irrigation will provide irrigation facility in 3450 acres. Drinking water supply to 3.25 lakh families in 5998 villages and hamlets of the state is being ensured through 11459 solar drinking water pumps. In this way, 281 solar water purification plants have been established.

The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary Mr. RP Mandal, Chairmen of Power Companies, Additional Chief Secretary of Chief Minister Mr. Subrat Sahu, Secretary to CHief Minister Mr. Siddhartha Komal Singh Pardeshi, MD CSPDCL Mr. Mohammad Abdul Kaiser Haq, Transmission Company MD Mr. Ashok Kumar, Trading Company MD Mr. Rajesh Verma, Generation Company MD Mr. NL Bijaura and senior officials of power companies and CREDA.




Unlock: Clubs, malls, restaurants and hotels will open from tomorrow, strict rules for travel in bus, restrictions will remain here


Unlock: Clubs, malls, restaurants and hotels will open from tomorrow, strict rules for travel in bus, restrictions will remain here

At present, the ban will remain in places like cinema hall, gym, swimming pool, amusement park, theater, bar, auditorium, assembly hall.

Raipur. The state government has taken some big and important decisions to bring back economic activities in Chhattisgarh. It has been decided to allow clubs, shopping malls, restaurants and hotels to operate with conditions. On Thursday, on the instructions of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel (CM Bhupesh Baghel), Secretary in the General Administration Department, Dr. Kamalpreet Singh has issued an order in this regard. According to the order, the conditions of the SOP and social-physical distance issued by the central government for club, shopping mall, restaurant, hotel operation will have to be compulsorily followed. At present, the ban will remain in places like cinema hall, gym, swimming pool, amusement park, theater, bar, auditorium, assembly hall.

According to the government order, the gaming area, the play area for children will be closed inside the shopping mall. Similarly, only sporting activities can be conducted in the sporting complex and stadium. Viewers will not be allowed to enter. The ban on crowded public events will continue as before. If an area is declared a container zone, then the rules made by the government will apply there. Only essential services will be exempted in these areas.

Know what are the rules before traveling in a bus

The Government of Chhattisgarh has also given permission to operate inter district bus service inside the province. The state government has instructed to strictly follow the necessary guidelines related to corona infection during the operation of passenger buses. Transport Commissioner Dr. Kamalpreet Singh clearly said that all the terms and conditions will have to be strictly followed in the operation of buses. Buses will stop only at the scheduled stops. During the journey, bus drivers, conductors and entire passengers will inevitably have to apply face masks. Passengers must follow social distancing while boarding, sitting and disembarking in the bus.

The train has to be sanitized by the bus operators at regular intervals. Chemicals like sodium hypofluoride can be sprayed for the sanitation of buses. Kovid-19 control along with social and physical distancing during the journey in the bus will have to follow all the necessary guidelines. Smoking, drinking, gutkha, khaini eating and spitting by passengers and bus drivers will be prohibited during the journey. At the same time, the bus owner will have to keep complete information about the bus route and driver-collector.

E-pass will not be obligated

Passengers will not have an e-pass obligation during the journey. Passengers traveling in the bus from which district to which district they are traveling will keep a designated list, which can be used for contact tracing, if demanded by the administration. There will be a ban on entry in the driver's cabin. In case of not having a cabin in the bus, the cabin will be made of plastic or curtain.




Chief Minister Mr. Baghel writes letter to Prime Minister Mr. Modi


Chief Minister Mr. Baghel writes letter to Prime Minister Mr. Modi

Requests extension of Pradhan Mantri Gareeb Kalyan Ann Yojana for three months till September 2020

Besides National Food Security Act, 14.10 lakh ration card holding families identified by the state should also be benefitted under the scheme, requested Chief Minister

 

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has written letter to Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi, requesting extension of ‘Pradhan Mantri Gareeb Kalyan Ann Yojana’ for next three months till September 2020. He stated that in the adverse circumstances due to corona crisis, Central Government’s Pradhan Mantri Gareeb Kalyan Ann Yojana has helped in ensuring avaiability of foodgrains in the country. In Chhattisgarh, besides the 51.50 lakh ration card beneficiary families identified under National Food Security Act and Universal PDS, State Government is providing food security to 14.10 lakh additional ration card holding families under its various schemes. These 14.10 lakh ration card holding beneficiary families identified by the state should aso be benefitted under Pradhan Mantri Gareeb Kalyan Ann Yojana. 

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel stated in the letter that lockdown is being gradually lifted and economic activities are being carefully resumed, but return to normalcy may take more time. Presently, the situation is extremely difficult for farmers, agro-labourers, construction workers, industrial workers and poor-middle class employees as well as for the most of common people. Mr. Baghel requested Mr. Modi in the letter that keeping in view the present scenario, Central Government’s ‘Pradhan Mantri Gareeb Kalyan Ann Yojana’ should be extended for next three months till September 2020, to bring relief to the crisis-affected families. Also the 14.10 ration card beneficiary families identified by the state besides those under National Food Security Act should also be included under Pradhan Mantro Gareeb Kalyan Ann Yojana to ensure food security. Free distribution of food grains will not only relieve the people in need from concerns of food security but will also give a positive message to common people. Chief Minister expressed hope that his request would be considered and a positive decision will be taken in interest of the state




Chhattisgarh to be the first state of the country to procure cowdung for welfare of cattle owners


Chhattisgarh to be the first state of the country to procure cowdung for welfare of cattle owners

‘Godhan Nyay Yojana’ to be launched in Chhattisgarh to promote environment conservation, cowdung management and to make animal husbandry more profitable

This innovative scheme will be implemented in Chhattisgarh from the day of Hareli Festival : Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel

Animal Husbandry and cowdung management to become more profitable for Livestock owners

Implementation of Godhan Nyay Yojana to generate employment opportunities and additional income

Cowdung to be procured on fixed rate, vermi compst to be sold from cooperative societies

Five-member sub-committee constituted under the Cabinet to determine procurement rate of cowdung

With the objectives to make animal husbandry commercially profitable, to prevent open grazing by cattle, to solve the problem of stray animals on roads and for environment conservation, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel  has announced the launch of ‘Godhan Nyay Yojana’ in Chhattisgarh. This scheme will be implemented in the state from Hareli Festival. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel provided aforementioned information about the scheme today at the online press conference, from his residence office.

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel provided detailed information about Gothan Nyay Yojana, saying that this scheme is being launcted to promote animal husbandry and make it a profitable practice. Mr. Baghel said that in past one and a half year, State Government has made consistent efforts to strengthen rural economy through Narva, Garua, Ghurua, Bari scheme. Gauthans are being built to conserve and nourish livestock in villages. So far cowsheds have been constructed in 2200 villages and in upcoming 2-3 months, nearly 5 thousand villages will be equipped with Gauthan facility. These Gauthans are being  developed as livelihood centers. Here, vermi compost are being made on a large scheme with the help of women self-help groups.

Chief Minister said that Gothan Nyay Yojana will prove to be an innovative step towards protecting financial interest of livestock owners in the state. He added that five-member sub-committee of the Cabinet chaired by Agriculture and Water Resource Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey will decide the procurement rate for cowdung. This committee will include Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar, Cooperatives Minister Dr Premsai Singh Tekam, Urban Administration Minister Dr Shiv Kumar Daharia, Revenue Minister Mr. Jaisingh Agrawal. This committee of ministers will decide the procurement rate of cowdung within 8-days, after deliberating upon the suggestion recieved from farmers, livestock owners, cowshed operators and intellectuals.

Chief Minister said that the committee of Principal Secretaries and Secretaries constituted under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary will finalize the entire procedue right from cowdung procurement to its financial management to the production of vermi compost. He said that the procurement of cowdung on fixed rate will be commenced from Hareli Festival. This scheme will bear long-term results and will prove to be beneficial for rural economy as well as state’s economy. This scheme will also help in generating employment in rural areas. Chief Minister has appealed farmers, livestock owners and intellectuals to provide suggestions regarding procurement rate of cowdung in the state.

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel said that Chhattisgarh has had the tradition of cattle grazing in open, which harms both the cattle and the crops of farmers. Stray animals on roads of cities are major cause of road accidents. Often cow-owners leave the cows astray, after milking, which causes various problems. This scenario will change completely after implementation of Godhan Nyay Yojana. Livestock owners will provide proper fodder-water to their cattle and keep then tied at their place. Cowdung so collected can be sold for additional profit. Chief Minister said that to prevent movement of stray animals, Urban Administration will make complete arrangements for procurement of cowdung and utilization of the same for production of vermi-compost. Vermi-compost fertilizer produced from cowdung under the scheme will be sold through cooperative societies, to meet the fertilizer requirement of farmers as well as of Forest Department, Agriculture, Horticulture, Urban Administration Department for plantation campaigns. Governmenet will also make arrangements for marketing of the additional organic fertilizer, said Chief Minister in response to a question at the press conference.

On the occasion, Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Home Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar, Cooperatives Minister Dr Premsai Singh Tekam, Urban Administration Minister Dr Shiv Kumar Daharia, PHE Minister Guru Rudra Kumar, Revenue Minister Mr. Jaisingh Agrawal, Panchayat and Rural Development Advisor to Chief Minister Mr. Pradeep Sharma, Media Advisor Mr. Ruchir Garg, Chief Secretary Mr. RP Mandal, Additional Chief Secretary Finance Mr. Amitabh Jain, Additional Chief Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Subrat Sahu, Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Siddhartha Komal Singh Pardeshi, Agriculture Production Commissioner Dr M Geeta and other senior officials were present.

 

Committee of Secretaries chaired by Chief Secretary to finalize the entire procedure of cowdung management




State government committed to fulfill the vision of clean Chhattisgarh: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel


State government committed to fulfill the vision of clean Chhattisgarh: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel

Chief Minister inaugurates e-locking of Chhattisgarh's largest solid waste processing plant in Sakri, capital Raipur

Daily 500 tons of waste will be disposed of in the plant by scientific method

Compost will be made from waste, auxiliary fuel will be available for cement factories

127 crore has been prepared in the project costing about Rs 197 crores. Large solid waste processing plant

Raipur's environment will be better: work on PPP mode

6 MW power generation plan also proposed in the project

The Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today inaugurated a large solid waste processing plant of Chhattisgarh constructed by Raipur Municipal Corporation through video conferencing from his Raipur residence office. At the press of a button, the Chief Minister dedicated to the public a plant built at a cost of about 127 crores in village Sakri. Daily 500 tons of waste will be disposed of scientifically in this largest solid waste processing plant in Chhattisgarh. The cost of this entire project is Rs 197 crores. This plant will operate on PP model. The plant will produce manure from waste and will also provide subsidized fuel for cement factories. 6 MW power generation is also proposed in this plant. Municipal Corporation Raipur and New Delhi's MSW Solution Limited are working together on this 15-year project. The project provides for the collection, transportation, processing and disposal of door-to-door waste from every home and shop.

While inaugurating the inauguration program, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said that Rani Durgavati, on her sacrifice day, said that Chhattisgarh's largest solid waste management plant in Raipur Municipal Corporation area is being dedicated to the public today. The plant will have 500 tons of waste disposed of daily. After the release of this plant, Chhattisgarh will become the first state in India where 100% disposal of waste emitted in a city will be done scientifically. Mr. Baghel said that 1600 tonnes of waste is disposed of daily through Integrated Solid Waste Management System in Raipur and Bilaspur cities of Chhattisgarh and Mission Clean City and Sanitation Councils in remaining urban bodies. The state government is committed to scientific disposal of waste in all cities, fulfilling the vision of clean Chhattisgarh. He said that during the Corona crisis, citizens, public representatives and employees in the cities along with the village performed their duties well, but the danger has not yet been avoided, caution is still necessary. Cleaning of drains and drains is necessary along with the rainy season. For this purpose, the state government is working in urban areas on priority. The state government is working on the Pauni Pasari scheme, giving lease to the urban poor, regularization of old leases and giving ownership. All of you have taken an important step for cleanliness in the urban area of ​​Chhattisgarh. Congratulations and best wishes to all the employees who are engaged in this work.

 

On the occasion, Agriculture and Water Resources Minister Mr. Ravindra Chaubey, Urban Administration Minister Dr. Shiv Kumar Dahria, Rajya Sabha MP Mrs. Chhaya Verma, Chief Secretary Mr. R.P. Circle, Additional Chief Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Subrata Sahu, Secretary Mr. Siddharth Komal Singh Pardeshi and Urban Administration Department Secretary Mrs. Alarmel Mangai D. Senior officials and Lok Sabha MP Mr. Sunil Soni, MLA, Satyanarayana Sharma, Development at the plant site of Sakri. Upadhyay, Mayor of Municipal Corporation Raipur, Mr. Ejaz Dhebar, Chairman Mr. Pramod Dubey, MIC Member Food Mr. Nagabhushan Rao and many councilors of Municipal Corporation, Commissioner of Municipal Corporation Raipur, Mr. Saurabh Kumar and many officials and employees were present.
    Given the need for a centralized system to keep the capital city of Raipur clean and under the Solid Waste Management Rules 2016 and the directions of the NGT, the municipal corporation Raipur and Delhi's MSW Solution Ltd. to improve the city's sanitation system The contract was signed on 22 February 2018 for the implementation of the Integrated Solid Waste Scheme. In which the organization will do door-to-door garbage collection transportation and waste processing and disposal from every residential and commercial institutions. It is the largest plant in Chhattisgarh, in which 500 tons of waste will be disposed of per day. The large plantations made to prevent environmental pollution in the plant premises are making the environment clean and beautiful. This plant will rid the city of the problem of waste. With the establishment of the processing plant, the cleanliness ranking of Raipur city will be improved in the cleanliness survey under the Swachh Bharat Mission campaign. The scientific method of waste processing will control pollution. Publicity of garbage collection from homes and shops through vehicles engaged in door-to-door collection as well as hygiene message slogans from the speakers on the vehicle and Munadi messages like prevention of diseases like jaundice, dengue, malaria and other information- Dissemination is also done. The duration of this project will be 15 years and work on PPP mode.
    20 crore rupees are being provided in a phased manner by the government on the entire project. The organization has started work in the city from 14 April 2018. In the current situation, door to door garbage collection transportation is being done by the institution from all the 70 wards. In this work, 220 Tata S carts, 29 portable compactors and 6 hook lifters, 4 refuse compactors, 6 tippers, 2 JCBs have been installed in the company. All door-to-door vehicles arrive at the 9 transfer station and empty the car in a portable compactor located there. Which are then transported to the processing plant Sakri with the help of a large hook lifter. Along with this, 67 acres of land has also been given to the company under a 15-year land lease agreement. The processing plant and scientific landfill were duly executed by the institution as per the project. In this processing plant, 75 mm2 trammel, two trammeles of 25 mm and 2 trammel of 4 mm are installed under a large size shed. Which is the tripping floor. The collected waste will be separated by putting it in the trammel with the help of lift machine, RDF from dry waste of more than 75 mm will be made and sent to the cement factory.
    The wet waste segregated in the trammel will be stored in the window. Where heaps will be made and kept for composting for 28 days. In which moisture and temperature will be ensured, which will speed up the process of compost. The wet waste will then be processed into a 25 mm and 4 mm trammel and eventually the final product in the form of manure. Fertilizer products will be prepared and sold to various fertilizer companies in the name of Ram's power. This manure can also be sold to nearby farmers for gardening and farming.
    The RDF emanating from this processing plant will be around 300 MT per day. Which will be used as auxiliary fuel in the cement factory or other industrial institutions contracted by the institution. After this processing work, about 15 to 20 percent of the waste waste left unused will be collected in the scientific land and will be executed according to the scientific method. The treated wastewater from the waste to the leachate treatment plant will be used for horticulture and green belt machinery and floor washing within the plant premises. In this scheme, a provision of 6 MW power generation plant has also been made to generate power in solid waste. This will be Chhattisgarh's first solid waste-to-power generating plant.




Chief Minister wishes students successful in higher secondary and high school exams


Chief Minister wishes students successful in higher secondary and high school exams

Explained to the students who did not achieve the expected result, to prepare with new energy and enthusiasm

Congratulations to teachers and parents for better results

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has congratulated and congratulated all the successful students along with students who have secured a place in the merit list in the Class X, XII examination released today by the Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education.

    Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has wished the bright and bright future of all the successful students of High School Certificate Main Examination year 2020 and Higher Secondary School Certificate Main Examination 2020 as well as Higher Secondary Vocational Examination 2020. He has said that the way students have achieved success in an important stage of life through these board examinations, in the same way in future also they will be successful in every field of life and along with their school, village, city as well Brighten the name of the state and country.

    The Chief Minister advised the students who could not get the expected results in the exam to study continuously with full patience, courage and hard work without being disappointed and said that they should pledge to prepare with new energy and enthusiasm. With which they will get success in life including examination. The Chief Minister has also congratulated and congratulated the teachers and parents for better results this year.




School Education Minister announces results of 10th and 12th board exams: best wishes to successful students


School Education Minister announces results of 10th and 12th board exams: best wishes to successful students

73.62 percent pass in high school examination

76.28 percent of girls and 70.53 percent of boys

78.59 percent pass in Higher Secondary Examination
Percentage of girls 82.02 and Percentage of boys 74.70

5.42 percent increase in High School Examination result and 0.16 percent increase in Higher School Examination result over last year

School Education Minister Dr. Premasai Singh Tekam today declared the results of High School and Higher Secondary Certificate Main Examination Year 2020 conducted by Chhattisgarh Secondary Education Board from Chips office. 73.62 passed in High School Examination and 78.59 in Higher Secondary Examination. On this occasion, Chairman of the Board of Secondary Education Dr. Alok Shukla, Secretary Professor VK Goel, members of the Board of Secondary Education were present. Dr. Tekam wished his bright future by congratulating and wishing the students who passed the examination. He said that keeping in view the failure is the key to success, the candidates who have failed should not be disappointed. If you work hard again you will get success. Dr. Tekam said that the high school examination result has increased by 5.42 percent compared to last year and higher school examination result by 0.16 percent as compared to last year.
    The Minister of School Education informed that a total of 3 lakh 92 thousand 153 candidates were registered in the High School Certificate Main Examination year 2020 organized by Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education. Out of these, 3 lakh 84 thousand 761 candidates appeared in the examination, out of which one lakh 78 thousand 079 boys and 2 lakh 06 thousand 682 girls appeared, out of which examination results of 3 lakh 84 thousand 599 candidates were declared. Out of the declared examination result, the total number of passed candidates is 2 lakh 83 thousand 157, ie a total of 73.62 percent of the candidates passed. The percentage of girls passed is 76.28 and the percentage of boys is 70.53. The total number of candidates passed in the first category is one lakh 26 thousand 384 (32.86 percent), the number of candidates passed in the second class is one lakh 42 thousand 983 (37.18 percent), and the number of candidates passed in the third category is 13 thousand 788. (3.59 percent). 25 thousand 487 candidates are eligible for supplement. The results of a total of 162 candidates have been withheld for various reasons, including the results of 39 candidates, because of the duplicate case, the results of 117 candidates have been canceled due to lack of eligibility. In addition, the exam results of 06 candidates will be announced later.
    Dr. Tekam told that in the last year High School Certificate Main Examination, a total of 3 lakh 84 thousand 664 candidates had appeared in the examination, out of which one lakh 79 thousand 705 boys and 2 lakh 4 thousand 959 girls were included. The pass percentage of the combined candidates was 68.20. Thus, there has been an increase of about 5.42 percent in exam results this year.

The Minister of School Education said that in the year 2020 Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination, a total of 2 lakh 77 thousand 563 candidates were registered. Out of these, 2 lakh 75 thousand 736 candidates appeared in the examination. Out of which one lakh 29 thousand 315 boys and one lakh 46 thousand 421 girls were included, out of which examination results of two lakh 75 thousand 495 candidates were declared. Out of the declared examination result, the total number of passed candidates is 2 lakh 16 thousand 526, that is, a total of 78.59 percent of the candidates passed. The percentage of girls passed is 82.02 and the percentage of boys is 74.70. The total number of candidates passed in the first class is 72 thousand 385 (26.27 percent), the number of candidates passed in the second class is one lakh 34 thousand 631 (48.87 percent) and the number of candidates passed in the third category is 9 thousand 493 (3.45 percent). ) is. 17 candidates have passed the pass category. 34 thousand 880 candidates are eligible for the supplement. The results of a total of 241 candidates were withheld for various reasons, including the results of 70 candidates due to duplicate cases, the results of 168 candidates were canceled for lack of eligibility and the exam results of 01 candidates were held in the category of examination. In addition, the exam results of 02 candidates will be declared later.
    Dr. Tekam said that in the last year Higher School Certificate Main Examination, a total of 2 lakh 60 thousand 521 candidates had appeared in the examination, out of which one lakh 24 thousand 370 boys and one lakh 36 thousand 151 girls had appeared. The pass percentage of the combined candidates was 78.43. Thus, there has been an increase of 0.16 percent in the examination results this year.
    The School Education Minister said that in the year 2020 in the Higher Secondary Vocational organized by the Board, a total of 1677 candidates were registered, out of which 1660 candidates appeared in the examination, out of which 1037 are boys and 623 are girls. The number of passed candidates is 1520, which is 91.63 percent of the total number of candidates included. Results for a total of 02 candidates have been canceled due to lack of eligibility.
    Dr. Tekam said that in the previous year Higher Secondary Vocational Courses Main Examination, a total of 1931 candidates had appeared in the examination, out of which 1206 boys were 725 girls. The pass percentage of the combined candidates was 98.80. He said that 2304 high school examination, 2212 higher secondary examination and 65 secondary professional examination and 28 coordination centers were set up in the state.
    Dr. Tekam said that according to the order of Chhattisgarh Government, School Education Department, in order to give bonus marks in exams for academic exams in academic activities, in the year 2020, 1721 of high school examination and 1721 of higher secondary examination and 09 of higher secondary professional examination, total 3507 candidates. Was awarded bonus points. Last year, a total of 3360 candidates were awarded bonus marks in 1859 in high school, 1487 in higher secondary and 14 in higher vocational examination.
    The result of the examination is available on the website of Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education www.cgbse.nic.in and on the website http://results.gov.in/cgresults, www.results.cg.nic.in. Apart from this, exam results can also be seen on www.jagranjosh.com, www.hindi.news18.com.




Chhattisgarh Chief Minister demands inclusion of Chhattisgarh in 'Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyan', writes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi


 Chhattisgarh Chief Minister demands inclusion of Chhattisgarh in 'Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyan', writes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Nearly five lakh migrant laborers returned in Chhattisgarh till now: still continuing to return

 It is necessary to provide immediate employment to migrant and state workers

Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Orissa along with neighboring states, similar in geographical, economic and social condition but Chhattisgarh was left out

 

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding immediate inclusion of Chhattisgarh districts in the recently launched "Garib Kalyaan Rojgar Yojana". 

In his letter to the prime minister, the chief minister said that Chhattisgarh's neighbouring states - Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Odisha have been include in the 'Garib Kalyaan Rojgar Yojana' whereas Chhattisgarh has been excluded despite having similarities in terms of geographical, economical and social scenario with these states.

Mr Baghel said that to provide livelihood opportunities to the migrant workers, the Government of India has launched 'Garib Kalyan Rozgar Abhiyan' from Khagaria district of Bihar on June 20 in 116 districts of 6 states of the country. The states of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jharkhand and Orissa have been included. But Chhattisgarh has not been included in the scheme.

He said that by incorporating all the districts of Chhattisgarh in the 'Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyan', all the migrant laborers of the state will get employment and self-employment opportunities according to their interest and skills for earning.

The chief minister said that the entire nation is badly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Labourers, who earn their livelihood on daily basis, are the most affected due to the crisis. Migrant labourers have returned to their home states as employment avenues have shut in places where they had gone for jobs. So far, over 5 lakh migrant labourers have returned to Chhattisgarh and the number is still increasing.

He further wrote that about three-fourths of the state is extremely backward and forest area, where about 80 percent of the state's population is SC/ST and OBC. About 90 per cent of the total population of Chhattisgarh depends on agriculture and labour work for livelihood comprising unorganized sector, agricultural labourers and marginalized farmers. Bastar and Sarguja division of Chhattisgarh are tribal-dominated and there are also 10 aspirational districts in the state.

There is a sense of despair among the poor, agricultural laborers, migrant laborers and marginal farmers as Chhattisgarh is not included in 'Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyan', he said and added that providing immediate employment to the migrant workers returning to the state from above point of view, as well as to the laborers residing in the state is of prime importance. 

The Chief Minister has requested that all the districts of Chhattisgarh state be immediately included in the 'Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyan' so that employment and self-employment of all migrant laborers of the state according to their interest and skills for earning a living May have opportunities. The Chief Minister has expressed confidence that a quick decision will be taken in this regard for the benefit of migrant laborers of the state.




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