Raipur: Children's exhibition attracted Chief Minister
The Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated the new Language and Learning Foundation Foundation and Language Box at Government Higher Secondary School, Vaishali Nagar Bhilai today. On this occasion, science exhibition was organized by school students in school premises. The Chief Minister observed the science exhibition organized by the children. The school children demonstrated the Narva-Garuva-Ghurva-Bari model based on the schemes of the government. R Monika, a Class 12 student, designed the model of RTC Real Time Class. Which showed through the indicator how to protect against fire. Also, an exhibition to inform the flow of water after filling the tank was done through the indicator. Divya Sahu of class XII made hydro monics, in which she demonstrated the process of growing plants in PVC pipes. These exhibitions attracted Chief Minister towards him. The Chief Minister gave blessings and best wishes to all the child scientists.
Raipur: Elementary education in mother tongue is the most important, hence started the foundation project: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Gandhiji said that education in the mother tongue is important for the educational development of children,
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has said that elementary education is most important in the mother tongue, so foundation projects have been started in schools. The Chief Minister was addressing the foundation and language box program held at Vaishali Nagar Higher Secondary School, Bhilai today. He said that when children come to school, they also bring their mother tongue. They have difficulty in understanding the things taught in another language. Children should be comfortable with this process. The foundation project has been started for this. In this, not only are children being taught through the mother tongue, but in addition to reading, the thinking process is being given in them so that the imagination of the child is increased, he can understand things better, in a better way. Can express and express themselves with full confidence.
Mr. Baghel gave a beautiful example of the utility of education in the mother tongue. He said that a while back I was telling a story of bumblebees to children. I asked a child what it is. He told that it is a braid. I said if it is a bumblebee, he said clearly that it is a braid. He has learned it in his mother tongue as Lattu. It is his mother tongue that has given him the confidence that he is speaking with great vigor. Gandhiji also gave importance to education in the mother tongue. We have adopted it. The foundation project has been initiated by the School Education Department in this direction. The development of children's understanding and language knowledge will be faster.
The Chief Minister said that it is a matter of pleasure that our teachers have prepared the stories and material for the foundation project. To enhance the quality of education, we are running the board scheme of Black Board Two. We have taken a big initiative towards filling the shortage of science and math teachers. We will appoint them after the vacancy of the posts of Arts teachers. We are also working towards encouraging teachers. The Chief Minister said that linguistic development is most important for expression. In this new way of learning, the greatest emphasis is on learning. Children communicate in it. Reactions that lead to their creative development. He also fed children soy milk on the occasion. The Chief Minister said that it is most important that we focus on nutrition. He said that improving education should be our priority. Parents and social organizations can also contribute in this direction. Work progressively towards achieving the goal of Garhbo Nava Chhattisgarh through good quality education. On this occasion, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel honored the LAF trained teachers by giving them a citation. He also distributed kits issued by the LAF Foundation to the teachers.
On this occasion, MLA and Mayor Shri Devendra Yadav said that many important works have been done for the development of education in Bhilai. Work is being done in accordance with Gandhiji's spirit of Sarvodaya and Antyodaya. Legislator Shri Vidyaratan Bhasin said that the quality of education is developed by adopting innovations in the field of education. Director Holistic Education Shri P. Dayanand gave detailed information about the language box. He informed that it has been prepared for the group academic coordinators and teachers. There are 10 main topics related to language teaching in this compilation. On this occasion, Secretary and Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, School Education, Mr. Gaurav Dwivedi, Commissioner Mr. Dilip Wasnikar, IG Mr. Himanshu Gupta, Collector Mr. Ankit Anand, Director DPI S. Prakash, Director Seed Corporation Shri Narendra Dugga, SP Shri Prakhar Pandey and other officials were present.
Raipur: World Bank will help in Chhattisgarh government's 'Narva, Garwa, Ghuaruwa, Bari' scheme: World Bank's Country Head Mr. Junaid Kamal Ahmed meets Chief Minister
Discussion on topics related to the use of new agricultural technology and production growth
The World Bank will provide support for the Suraji Village Scheme of Government of Chhattisgarh, 'Narva, Garwa, Ghurwa and Bari Development Scheme'. Junaid Kamal Ahmed, Country Head of the World Bank, who was on a stay in Raipur, met Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel at his residence office here this morning. Mr. Ahmad discussed various topics related to measures to promote the use of new technology in less developed areas of agriculture vision of Chhattisgarh and increase agricultural production with Chief Minister Mr. Baghel and Agriculture Minister Mr. Ravindra Chaubey present on the occasion. did.
The Chief Minister gave detailed information about the Suraji village scheme 'Narva, Garwa, Ghurwa and Bari Vikas Yojana' launched for the overall development of agro-based economy in the state. Mr. Baghel said that spontaneous cooperation of villagers is being provided in this scheme. Mr. Junaid commended the scheme launched for the progress of farming, 'Narva, Garwa, Ghurwa and Bari Vikas Yojana' in Chhattisgarh, through World Bank for the development of agricultural sector and agricultural infrastructure. - Assured possible cooperation.
Mr. Baghel told the World Bank's Country Head Mr. Junaid that the work of recharging the rivers and streams is being done under the Narva scheme. Livestock development works are being done through Garwa. In which Gowthan and pastures are being developed in the villages. The Gothans are being developed as day-care centers of animals. Shadow and water are being provided for the animals here, as well as compost and vermicompost and bio-gas will be produced in the ghurwa with cattle dung. Along with the work of animal breed improvement in Gothan, works will also be done for milk production.
The Chief Minister informed that women self-help groups and youth of the village are being connected with this work. With this scheme, there will be no need to encircle the fields to save the crop from animals, organic manure will be available to the farmers, agricultural cost will be reduced, people will also get employment opportunities. He informed that approval has been given for the construction of two thousand Gothans in the state, out of which about one and a half thousand gothas have been made. Under the Bari scheme, production of vegetables and seasonal fruits is being encouraged in the farmyard of farmers' homes. This will provide nutritious food. On this occasion, Additional Chief Secretary and Commissioner of Agricultural Production, Mr. K.D.P. Rao, Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, Mr. Gaurav Dwivedi and Adviser to the Chief Minister Mr. Pradeep Sharma, along with concerned officials were present.
Raman Singh was the mastermind of the Naan scam: Shiv Shankar Bhatt, the main accused
Shiv Shankar Bhatt, the main accused in the famous Chhattisgarh (NAN Scam) case of Chhattisgarh, has directly accused many veterans of the state.
Raipur: Shiv Shankar Bhatt, the main accused in the Chhattisgarh (NAN Scam) case of Chhattisgarh, has directly accused many veterans of the state. In a discussion with the media at the Raipur Press Club on Sunday, Shiv Shankar Bhatt said that he is innocent in this matter. He has been implicated. Shi and Shankar have also given an affidavit in this matter to the SIT. In addition, he has also accepted the SIT's offer, in which it was said to make him a government witness.
In Raipur, Shiv Shankar Bhatt has brought a new whirlwind with a press conference. If Bhatt is to be believed, then the immediate CM Dr. Raman Singh, Food Minister Punnulal Mohile and other officials made a mess by putting pressure. These people were the masterminds of the scam. While revealing the affidavit separately, Bhatt said that in the diary of Naan, CM Madam means Mrs CM Vina Singh and Siem Sir meant Chief Minister Raman Singh. Also, the immediate police officer Mukesh Gupta also had a big role in this whole case. Bhatt also said that he has been offered by the SIT to become a government witness, which he is going to accept and give an affidavit in the court.
Dr. Raman put his side
After the affidavit of Shiv Shankar Bhatt in the Nan scam case, former CM Dr. Raman Singh put his side on it. In a discussion with the media, Dr. Raman Singh said that the present government is pressurizing Shiv Shankar Bhatt to make statements against him. The statement of one of the accused is being given due consideration. In response to this, CM Bhupesh Baghel said that pressure was put on the old government. No one is under pressure in the present government.
National Tribal Dance Festival to recognize tribal culture of Chhattisgarh
The state government is going to organize a big event to give national identity to the unique tribal culture and folk art of Chhattisgarh.
Raipur: The state government is going to organize a big event to give national identity to the unique tribal culture and folk art of Chhattisgarh. In December this year, the National Tribal Dance Festival will be organized in the state. For the first time in Chhattisgarh, the state government has decided to hold such an event. With this program, the government is trying to give tribal and folk dances a national level platform. Along with this, the government also plans to improve the tourism system in the state.
Like the National Tribal Dance Festival, a sports festival will be organized to enhance the sports talent of Chhattisgarh. According to the information received, plans are being made to invite guests to Chhattisgarh at the international level along with the Chief Ministers of tribal dominant states of the country. Folk artists involved in this will be given tours of Chhattisgarh.
CM took a meeting
After returning from Delhi, CM Bhupesh Baghel took a meeting on Saturday at his residence office regarding the organization of National Tribal Dance Festival and Sports Festival in the state. CM Baghel has instructed the officials to organize competitions at the block and district level by fixing the time table regarding preparations. The final events of the National Tribal Dance Festival are planned to be held on December 28 and 29 at the Science College ground in the capital Raipur. At the same time, state level competitions of the sports festival will be held at various sports grounds in the capital Raipur. The closing program will be held on January 12, the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.
There will be competition on this theme
CM Bhupesh Baghel said that for the event, competitions will be organized at the district and state level on the theme of traditional folk dances to be held on other occasions like new crop, marriage etc. Selected parties at the district level will showcase their art at the state level. At the state level, first, second and third place parties will be given attractive prizes as well as consolation prizes and incentives to all the parties involved.
Dhamtari: Citizens, including Collector-SP, held a cycle rally for polyethylene-free Dhamtari
Collector gave advice to vegetable dealers, distributed plastic free carry bags
A cycle rally was organized under the leadership of Collector Shri Rajat Bansal and SP Shri Balaji Rao in the city this morning with the aim of making Dhamtari district 100 percent polyethylene free. During the cycle rally, members of the team including the collector were advised by vegetable traders of Golabazar and Itwari Bazar not to use plastic polythene as well as they were distributed carry bags for alternative use.
This morning, the cycle rally started at 9 am from the premises of the local old agricultural produce market, which ended at Itwari Bazar complex near the Municipal Corporation office via Sihawa Chowk, Ghari Chowk, Golbazar, Sadarbazar Marg. During this, the collector discussed about plastic-made polythene after discussing with the vegetable professionals that the human life including the environment can face serious problems and challenges in the future. Informing about the ill effects of this, he called for 100% closure of banned plastic carrybags in the district including Dhamtari town and use plastic free carry bags as an alternative. During this time, the people of the rally demonstrated awareness through placards with no plastic, no polythene, and slogans to make the city polyethylene free. The rally was attended by the Commissioner along with Municipal Commissioner Mr. Ashish Tikriha, Youth Hostel Association and members of the Fitlife Club.
Raipur: Health Minister Mr. Singhdev approves release of 32 crores for Bilaspur Multi Super Specialty Hospital
Health Minister Shri T.S. Singhdev has given administrative approval to release Rs 32 crore out of the budget provisioned by the state government for the under construction multi super specialty hospital affiliated to Bilaspur Medical College. Under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana, this amount has been sanctioned for various construction works in this multi super specialty hospital being constructed in Bilaspur. Mr. Singhdev has approved the release of an amount of Rs 11 crore from the main budget of the Department of Medical Education for the year 2019-20 and Rs 21 crore from the supplementary budget.
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Raipur: Residents of the state will get better employment opportunities in local industries: Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel: 'Villagers listened to the Chief Minister's speech with great enthusiasm even in Naxal-affected areas of the state'
Listeners got emotional after hearing the message of Bihari Jaiswal of Bilaspur
Chief Minister said employment, literacy and
Knowledge of innovations being made in the field of education
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has said that every effort is being made to provide employment in local industries to the residents of the state. More stringent provisions will be made in this regard in the new industrial policy so that our local youth can get better employment opportunities in the industries being set up in Chhattisgarh, as well as skilled human resources for such new industries are ready in the state. Will be done. The Chief Minister was addressing the people in the second episode of their monthly radio talk Lokvani today. Today, Lokvani was broadcast in all the stations of All India Radio, FM channels and regional news channels. A large number of people enthusiastically heard and appreciated the Chief Minister's Lokvani in urban and rural areas of the state as well as Naxal-affected areas. Women, elderly, youth and students in all the gram panchayats, community buildings, farm-barns, ashram-hostels, colleges, city squares, gardens and pandals in the Ghor Naxal-affected Mardapal village of Kondagaon district. The girls were seen collectively listening to Lokvani.
The Chief Minister said that all the resources including the air of Chhattisgarh, the water of Chhattisgarh, coal, iron ore and lime stone of Chhattisgarh belong to us, but we are not responsible for this, our young colleagues did not get the benefit. For the benefit of local resources for the local people, our leaders like Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, Pt. Ravi Shankar Shukla had built Bhilai Steel Plant, so a large area benefited from it. Education, culture, health, employment, Bhilai progressed in every field. We want to do the same in every region of the state. That is why we have NMDC Has asked that the recruitment of employees of the Nagarnar Steel Plant be conducted in Dantewada. District cadre will be recruited in Bastar, Surguja and Bilaspur divisions. It has been decided to constitute Junior Staff Selection Board here. More than half a dozen food parks will be set up to increase the value of forest produce and agricultural produce in the state itself. Several decisions have been taken to simplify the industry and trade in the state so that local people can get employment on a large scale.
'Listeners get emotional listening to Bihari Jaiswal's message'
Listeners got emotional after hearing the message of Shri Bihari Jaiswal, resident of Bandhwapara of Bilaspur in Lokvani. Shri Jaiswal said in his message that I want to congratulate the Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, my daughter's education has become possible through her. Mr. Jaiswal told that he has a small grocery shop and his income is very low due to which it was not possible to afford the education of the children. His daughter had completed 8th standard in DAV school under Right to Education, due to lack of further free education, the whole family was frustrated, but the Bhupesh government expanded the right to education to 12 and provided for free education. I thank the Chief Minister for this so that my daughter can study further.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel thanked him on Mr. Jaiswal's message and said that I am very happy to say that not only your daughter but 4 thousand children in the state have benefited from this initiative. The state government is committed to the education of all children and especially girls. You would love to know that Chhattisgarh has become the first state in the country to take such an initiative, which has extended the Right to Education Act. Our right was given to the public by our UPA government at the center, which has been done by the state government of Chhattisgarh to further its progress. This year, 4 thousand children have got admission in the 9th and this series will also progress further as they go to the next class.
'People aged 14 to 60 will be digitally literate'
Chief Minister congratulated today on World Literacy Day and said that all the people of the state should be literate, today we take this resolution. He said that 25 percent of the state's population is still illiterate. It is our biggest responsibility to make them literate. He said that I am very happy to say today that the Chief Minister Urban Functional Literacy Program has been started in Chhattisgarh. In this, people from 14 to 60 years of age will be made digital literate. If we make people digitally literate, then citizens will be empowered by their personality development, skill development, financial legal information etc.
'In today's Lokvani, the most questions from the merger of education workers'
In Lokvani broadcast today, the most questions from the Chief Minister were from the merger of education workers in the state. Responding to which, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that major decisions are being taken to improve education. For the first time in 18 years, shikshakarmis were given the facility of transfer. There are one lakh 45 thousand education workers in the state, out of which one lakh 25 thousand education workers have been merged. The merger of remaining education workers will also be done as per the rules. There is no need to worry about other minor problems including salary discrepancy. As far as the recruitment of 15 thousand teachers is concerned, I want to tell you, there is no problem in this. The examination has been done by Vyapam. This work will be carried forward as soon as the results are received. I urge you all to contribute towards making the future of children by contributing your hundred percent.
The Chief Minister said that for the first time a program has been started in the state called 'Digi Duniya'. In which e-class rooms and e-labs are being set up in 4 thousand 330 high schools and higher secondary schools in the state. In this way, the new age IT from the school level itself. Are beginning to conduct ground based studies. All the textbooks will be made available as 'e-material' through a mobile app called Deeksha. Not only this, in the 6 dialects and languages of the state, the facility of reading on mobile phones without internet will be provided.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel, while answering the questions asked about schemes like guest teachers, Shiksha Mitan, Shiksha Mitra in Lokvani, said that as soon as our government came, on the one hand they started the process of regular recruitment, on the other hand, the placement agencies Closed shop. He said that we had started the process to fill the shortage of about one and a half thousand professors in colleges, but due to the stay from the Honorable High Court, the proceedings have been stopped. In the Honorable High Court, action is being taken with priority to keep the side of governance. Along with this, the process of recruitment to the posts of Guranthal, Sports Officer etc. is being started. Preparations are on to open two dozen new colleges in the state. In this 7 model colleges are being opened in Naxal affected and extremely backward areas.
The Chief Minister said that we will launch a massive campaign for development on the economic and social fronts of the state and achieve a big victory. In the end, he called on the youth power for Garhbo Nava Chhattisgarh and said the lines written by the young poets.
No fire is in these hands
You are the spark yourself.
To awaken everyone's fortune,
May your struggle continue.
Who is dominant in this amber,
You are the redness of the sun.
On everyone's face
You shine well
Raipur: All together Garhwa Nava Chhattisgarh: Shri Bhupesh Baghel: Chief Minister joins the swearing in ceremony of Sahu Samaj
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has said that active participation and role of all societies is necessary in the Navnirman of Nava Chhattisgarh. Together we will make the state prosperous and prosperous. The Chief Minister was addressing the swearing-in ceremony of the newly elected office bearers of Sahu Samaj held at Sahu Sadan at Tekrapara in Raipur today. At the function, the Chief Minister called for active contribution from all the people for development of Gothan in villages, fight against malnutrition and quality education in Suraji village scheme. He said that Sahu society also has a strong organization from the state level to the village level. Sahu Samaj can contribute significantly in making these important schemes successful.
The Chief Minister administered the oath of office to the newly elected President of Sahu Samaj including Shri Arjun Hirwani, Vice President Shri Tulsi Sahu and Mrs. Sarita Sahu. He congratulated and congratulated the newly elected officials. Home and Public Works Minister Shri Tamradhwaj Sahu presided over the function. MLA Shri Dhanendra Sahu, Smt. Chhanni Sahu, former Minister Shri Krriparam Sahu, former MP Shri Chandulal Sahu were present at the function as special guests.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister said that every state has its own unique cultural identity. Keeping in view the culture and identity of Chhattisgarh, the state government is moving towards the development of the state. The Rajim Kumbh Mela was christened through the Amendment Bill. General holidays were announced on Hareli, Teja, Karma Jayanti and World Tribal Day. Today, Chhattisgarhi dishes like typicali, khurmi are prepared in various ceremonies instead of cashew raisins. The Chief Minister said that 27 percent reservation has been given to other backward classes in the state. 13 percent reservation is being given to scheduled castes from 12 and 32 percent reservation to scheduled tribes. There is an atmosphere of enthusiasm in the state by the decisions of the state government.
The Chief Minister said that today the biggest challenge in Chhattisgarh is malnutrition. 40 percent people live below the poverty line in the state. Of these, 18 percent live in a hut. 37.5 percent children in the state suffer from malnutrition, while 41.5 percent girls and women suffer from anemia and malnutrition. The Chief Minister said that Chhattisgarh government will become a strong state when we all have to fight together against malnutrition. He said that quality education is necessary for the development of society and the state. He said that cattle roam in the open so it is difficult for us to save the crop and there is loss of life due to accident caused by animals sitting in the streets.
The Chief Minister should develop Gothan in every village. Where there is a provision of fodder for animals. Grassland should be developed in ten acres of land. In Gothan, cow dung will make vermi and compost manure. With the proceeds from this, the Gothan committees will conduct the Gothans. With the construction of Gothan, cleanliness will be done in the village, organic farming will be promoted, agricultural cost will be reduced, the work of breed improvement of animals will be done which will increase milk production. Presiding over the program, Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu thanked the Chief Minister for declaring a holiday on Karma Jayanti and giving 27 percent reservation to the Other Backward Classes. MLA Shri Dhanendra Sahu, former MP Chandulal Sahu, newly elected President of Sahu Samaj, Shri Arjun Hirwani, outgoing Speaker Shri Vipin Sahu also addressed the function. Many officials and members of Sahu Samaj were present in large numbers on this occasion.
Raipur : Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel makes many historical announcements for industrial development in Chhattisgarh
30% Reduction in the land allotment rates in industrial areas
Concessions to be provided for establishment of food-processing, small forest produce and herbal-based industries in state, policy to be formulated in two months
Single Window System for all the approvals required for establishing industries
Transfer fee of industrial lands to be reduced, rules to be slackened
Chief Minister attends programme organized by Chamber of Commerce
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel made several historical announcements for industrial development in state. Chief Minister announced that land allotment rates in industrial areas will be reduced by 30 per cent. In addition, land would be provided at cheaper rates, capital, interest subsidy, tax rebates and several other benefits would be provided for establishment of food processing, minor forest produce and herbal-based industries. New policy incorporating these announcements will be formulated within two months, announced Chief Minister. Chief Minister was addressing the industrial and commercial representatives at the programme organized by Chhattisgarh Chamber of Commerce and Industry in capital city Raipur.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that State Government is committed towards the development of industrial sector alongside of agriculture sector in Chhattisgarh. Core sector industries such as steel and cement would be promoted in state. Presently, these industries have been kept in prohibited list. Soon they would be removed from the prohibited list. He said that land allotment rates in industrial areas would be reduced by 30% and lease rent rate would be reduced from 3% to 2%.
Single window system would be facilitated to provide all kinds of approval for establishing industries in the state, within the prescribed time-limit. Presently, applications for setting up industries are not being accepted because of the unavailability of land. Chief Minister said that new applications would be collected in all the district industrial centres and lands would be allotted by Industrial Department on first-come-first-serve basis.
Industries which are being operated in the state for more than 10 years in the area upto 2 hectares would be given free hold. Warehouses operating in industrial areas will be regularized. Transfer fees of industrial land will be reduced and the process would be simplified. Chief Minister said that sub-lease provisions would be made for allotment of land. For the industries that were not set up despite the availability/allotment of land, time-limit of one year would be given as a last chance. After that land would be taken back on allotment rates and would be allotted to other eligible entrepreneurs.
Presently, it is compulsory for small entrepreneurs to get their gomasta license issued even if they have one labourer employed under them, this limit for minimum number of labourers would be increased to ten. Proposal would be sent to Government of India to increase the minimum number of employees required for compulsion of gomasta issuance under Factory Act to 10 or more for electricity-run industries, from 20 to 40 for industries run without electricity. Special initiative would be taken for easy availability of iron ore for steel industries in state. On the occasion, Chief Minister assured the office-bearers of the chamber that their demands would be deliberated upon on a considerate note.
Chief Minister said in his address to the programme that farmers have been provided bonus of Rs 6000 crore after procurement of paddy at the rate of Rs 2500 per quintal. Loans worth Rs 10 thousand crores have been waived off. Entire country was going through recession, but Chhattisgarh remained untouched by the effects of recession. He said that thousands of people got benefited after the ban on registry of small plots was lifted. Diversion process has been simplified and all the powers have been entrusted to SDM. Historical reduction of 30% has been done in the guideline rates of lands. Provisions of 'free hold' has been made for lands on 'nazul patta' and 'aabaadi patta'. Collector has been authorized for allotment of government land upto 7500 sq ft in urban areas. Electricity bill against consumption of upto 400 units have been halved. Electricity rates in mini steel plant areas have been reduced. Compulsion of gomasta license renewal has been dissolved.
Chief Minister said that the entire country is struggling with the setback in automobile sector, but I am glad to mention that in August 2018, there were 37 thousand 518 registrations of vehicles recorded in state and in August 2019, registration of 41 thousand 393 vehicles has been recorded in the state, which is 10.32% more than previous year. Chhattisgarh is the only state, which has recorded growth in automobile sector.