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Food and Civil Supplies Minister meets citizens in Bemetra

Bemetra December 29, 2018: - Minister of Housing and Environment, Forest, Transport, Food and Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Department of the State, this afternoon, going through the migration of the road to Kabirdham by this afternoon, for a short time, in the district headquarters Bemetara Held courtesy of common citizens Minister Mohammed Akbar presented a courtesy visit to the residence of Shri Ashish Kumar Chhabda, MLA of Bemetra. MLA Mr. Chhabra congratulated the Cabinet Minister on giving a new responsibility and congratulated him. The legislator also expressed his wishes for the upcoming New Year. Minister Shri Akbar exchanged greetings. Collector Mahadev Kaware, CEO of District Panchayat on this occasion. Mr. S. Alok welcomed the cabinet minister Mohammad Akbar by giving floral bouquet and intimate welcome.

Meeting of the Review Committee

Bemetra December 29, 2018: - The quarterly meeting of the review committee was held today under the chairmanship of Collector and District Magistrate Mahadev Kaware. In relation to allotment of land for the behavioral court, discussions were discussed in the district headquarters, Saza. In the meeting, District and Sessions Judge AK Singh Singhal, Senior Superintendent of Police, H.R. Manhar, CJM Jitendra Thakur Executive Engineer Loni M R Jatav was also present. Discussion and discussion were discussed in the society to maintain peace, reduce crime, increase police patrol. The Legal Assistance Center (Legal Cell) is to be established near the Choice Center in the collectorate, it was discussed in this regard. The permanent warranty which is pending will be made in Tamil. N.d.P.S. And matters relating to seizure cases were discussed in Excise matters. Discussion and discussion was done with the help of the Chhattisgarh State Renewable Energy Development Agency (KARDA), to promote energy from the solar energy panel in the collectorate.

MLA Mr. Chhabra did surprise visit to the District Hospital

Bemetara 24 Dec.

In order to improve the health facilities and provide basic health facilities to the patients, District Magistrate, Bemetara MLA Ashish Chhabra, collector Mahadev Kavre and local public representatives were given a surprise visit to the hospital. During the inspection by MLA Mr. Chhabda, he reviewed the services being provided in the district hospital. Along with this, patients have been instructed to do good by the medical staff.

Expressing his displeasure at the quality of cleanliness in the District Hospital, the Civil Surgeon Dr. s. K. Pala directed. For complaint and suggestion, also instructed to arrange separate counter in hospital premises. During the inspection of attendance register by MLA Mr. Chhabra instructed to take action against doctors absent for long time absent as per rules.

In addition, all the employees and staff were directed to enter the biometrics machine essentially. Civil surgeon, hospital superintendent, Dr. Paul was apprised of the lack of expert doctors and medical officers in the hospital. Taking cognition, the MLA assured all possible help to strengthen the system in the district hospital by Mr. Chhabda.

National Farmer's Day organized

Bemetara 24 Dec.

National Kisan Day was organized on Sunday 23rd December by Krishi Vigyan Kendra Bemetra. On this occasion, Nileshwar Chandrakar, the excellent farmer of village Thankhamariya was present as the chief guest. Addressing the program, senior Scientist and Head of the Center Dr. CRNatam apprised the Annadar Kisan brothers about the Kisan Day, giving them best wishes, he apprised about the National Farmer's Day.

He said that this day is organized in honor of former Prime Minister of India, Chaudhary Charan Singh, who was the fifth Prime Minister of the country. He took over from July 28, 1 979 to 14 January 1980, but during this time, he made many policies keeping in view the interests of farmers. Their policies not only protected the interests of the farmers, but also motivated them to unite and fight against the landlords.

He followed the "Jai Jawan Jai Kisan" slogan, which was given by former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri. Therefore, every year, farmers' day is organized in all the states of India, which is celebrated as the birthday of Chaudhary Charan Singh.

R.K. Modi Speaking of the importance and respect of farmers, Modi said that farmers are our food additives and the honor of the farmer is the honor of our country. The farmer is the one who brings us food from the field to the plate of eating. Dr. Pragya Pandey explained the importance of cleanliness to the farmers. He said that as we keep our homes clean, we need to take care of cleanliness in our fields as well. He advised farmers not to burn crop residue and encourage these residues to make fertilizer. During the program Dr. Vedhika Sahu explained the importance of soil to the farmers. Soil is the foundation of farmers and the foundation for a good and strong cornerstone is important.

It is extremely important for the production of good crop that the soil is healthy and fertile and this is possible only when the farmer's brother should periodically visit the soil and use the balanced fertilizer and fertilizer, so that we can increase the fertilizer power of the land. Keeping the right production while retaining and providing healthy and fertile land to its next generation. E. Jitendra Joshi told the important use of agricultural machinery in cleanliness.

They discussed crop waste management through various agricultural machinery. A large number of farmers were involved in this occasion and the farmers took part in the cleanliness fortnight and took the initiative to keep cleanliness around them. During the program, Planting and cleaning work was also done in the Government Model Child High Secondary School, Bemetara Complex.

National Consumer Day Organized

Bemetara 24 Dec.

National Consumer Day was organized today in the direction meeting of Joint District Office Building, under the chairmanship of Collector Mahadev Kaware. To bring awareness among the masses by collector Shri Kavare, instructions have been given for organizing camps at district level and making the consumers aware through various means. He also gave instructions to run awareness campaign in all the development blocks of the district.

The office is being operated in the old district office premises for this purpose by the Consumer Protection Council. On the occasion of National Consumer Day, various views were expressed by the speakers and regarding the organizational and awareness of the work done and the consumers engaged in consumer awareness. Members were told to check the quality of edible oils in Bemetara district, and to make the domestic services more accessible for domestic gas supply by domestic gas agencies.

On this occasion, Food Officer Bhupendra Mishra, District Consumer Forum member Om Prakash Chandrakar, Mrs Salma Sharif, Non-official members of Consumer Forum Praful Sharma and Smt. Nivedita Joshi, Food Safety Officer Roshan Verma, Nathpaul Inspector Damodar Verma and Drug Inspector, Assistant Food Officer Geetesh Dutt Mishra, Arun Meshram, Ashish Ramteke, Food Inspector Laxman Kashyap, Daleeshwar Sahu, Vastrapure Heating Singh, Narinder Thakur, Mrs. uninterruptedly Gupta, Mrs. Neetu Singh were present Upbhoktagn of Netam and district.

So far, 2 lakh 6194 metric tonnes of paddy has been procured in the district.

Bemetara 22 Dec.

Collector Mahadev Kawre today took information in connection with the procurement of Kharif Marketing Year 2018 support price in collectorate meeting room. The collector informed that in the committees, paddy will also be transported on Sunday.

On this occasion, Superintendent of Police H.R. Manhar, Food Officer Bhupendra Mishra, District Marketing Officer R. s. Lahhor was present. During the current rice purchase season, 86 rice purchase centers have been set up in the district. So far, about two lakh 6194 metric tonnes of paddy was procured. Raise Millions 66 thousand 611 metric tonnes of rice and 34 thousand 523 metric tonnes of paddy has been transported in the storage center.

Patwari examination held on 13th January

Bemetara 22 Dec.

In the year 2017-18, the Patwari examination will be held on January 13, 2019 for the failing trainees in Patwari trained trainees and former Patwari examination. According to the examination program, in the examination conducted on January 13, 2019 (except for surveying practical subject) Principal, Government J. Yoganandam Chhattisgarh College, Byran Bazar will be organized in Raipur.

The examination program is as follows: - Subject - Survey (practical) Examination on Sunday 13 January 2019 from 08.00 to 5:00 pm (01 00 hours per candidate), survey (theoretical) on Sunday 20 January 2019 from 11:00 am to 02:00 pm, Land Revenue Code Tuesday, January 22, 2019 from 03.30 pm to 05.00 pm, land records rules Thursday 24 January 2019 from 03.30 pm to 05.30 pm, Computer Friday, January 25, 2019 at 03.30 pm Evening until 05 pm: 00 pm, organized (papers) on Sunday, January 27, 2019 morning 11 schools from 00 evening 03 percent to 00 pm. The examination of the Pravasi Bharatiya Practical Examination to be held on January 13, 2019 will be edited by the District Collector's Land Records Branch in the Patwari training schools. In the former Patwari examination, the examination of the failed candidates will be sent to the office by December 31, 2018, with the original copy of the bank invoice of 50.00 rupees.

Such trainees whose attendance and attendance have been sent on the basis of 8 or 9 months. In order to issue the admission letter, their attendance and percentages of attendance are required to be sent by the fax / e-mail or special carrier on 08 January 2019. Examinations will be conducted by the Chhattisgarh Geo-Revenue Code, Chhattisgarh Land Records Manual and Computer Examination OMR Sheet.

The entrance test for all the examiners who are joining the examination can be downloaded from Revenue Department website's website. Entry letters will not be issued separately.

Chandravanshi will be in charge of Bemetara Tehsildar

Bemetara 22 Dec.

By issuing an order on Saturday, by issuing an order on Saturday, the Shrimati Umraaj Tehsildar Bemetara has been posted as Tehsildar Thankhamaharia, Ajay Kumar Chandravanshi Nayab Tehsildar Berla in charge Tehsildar Bemetra and Mr. Pauras Vental Naib Tehsildar Saza has been posted as Nayab Tehsildar Berla.




Effective solution for waste management - West Diccompores

Bemetara 22 Dec.

Senior Scientific and Head of Agriculture Science Center Bemetra C.R. Under the guidance of Netamat, farmers of Gram-Jhal were trained to produce crop wastewater by scientists. The training was explained by demonstrating the way the farmers were created on their own farm to produce anew. The daily production of per capita waste in Indian cities ranges from 200 g to 600 gm and in villages it is 300-400 gram per family per day.

At present, such waste is usually burnt or left to rot. To overcome this problem, garbage / wastewater has been prepared by the National Organic Farming Center, Ministry of Agriculture and Welfare, Ghaziabad. Garbage decomposition is an easy effort towards clean India, which also encourages organic farming.

Waste decompressor is a group of beneficial microorganisms. Is able to convert all types of wastes generated from kitchen, agriculture and cattle etc. into 40-day usable form. This single product is capable of converting one million metric tons of garbage in just a few days. West Decomposer works as organic fertilizer, bio-control as well as soil health repellent. To combat diseases in all types of agriculture and horticultural crops, early composting of bio waste - drip irrigation, spraying on leaves and biological pesticides as well as seeds can be used for treatment.

Dr. Pragya Pandey told the farmers that the farmer can easily prepare the West Diccomporter on his farm. For this, take two kilogram jaggery and mix it in 200 liters of plastic bottles. Now take a bottle of West Dissociation and put the ingredients in this bottle into a drum containing jaggery. Use a wooden stick to dissolve the West DiComposer in the drum, and avoid contact with water directly in culture or drum.

Give this solution to shake 1-2 daily. After 5-7 days, the solution present in the drum will also be frozen in the upper surface and the slurry will become frozen. Now this solution is ready for use. Farmers can build the West Decimposer repeatedly with the above-built solutions. For this, add 20 liters of West Diccompore solution to 200 kg of water in the drum with two kg of jaggery. Then it will be ready in seven days. The compost that is produced using the West DiComposer is dry, dark brown and odorless. It is not too hot and is very good quality. It does not attract flies and insects. The Center for Agricultural Sciences has set up the West Diccompore Unit in Jhal area, where the construction of West DiComposer has been started and the farmers are being made available at reasonable prices. The farmers are also benefitting from this experiment.



Procurement of 197397.1 metric tonnes of paddy in Bemetra district

Bemetra December 21, 2018: - In the Bemetara district, 197397.11 MT of paddy has been procured so far during the current procurement season. Released quantity 92132.5 metric tonnes, issued D.O. Information of Durg- 22791 metric tonnes, Bemetra-42394 metric tonnes, Bilaspur-6576 metric ton, total 71761 metric tonnes D.O. Bhela Durg against - 20483 MT, Bemetra - 36774 MT, Bilaspur - 6548.2 MT, Total 63805 MT. Storage Center Lanjavara (Sarda) Information - Issued T.O. Quantity - 34372 metric tonnes, lift amount - 19648.84 metric tonnes, Rice deposits in civil supply corporation - 10436.11 metric tons

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