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Examination for admission in Sainik School on 6th January


Jashpurnagar October 15, 2018 / All India Sainik School entrance examination will be held on January 6, 2019 for admission in sixth and ninth grade in Session 2019-20 in Sainik School, Ambikapur. Form for entrance examination in Sainik School, Ambikapur, on 26 November 2018, the official website of Sainik School Society can be filled online only from the post. Activities of Sainik School, Ambikapur, can be seen on the website of the school's website. For detailed information regarding this, contact can be made on the telephone number 07774261609 of the Sainik School, 7747032999.
Principal of Sainik School has said that the date of birth of the student should be between April 1, 2007 and March 31, 2009 for admission in class VIII. Similarly, for admission to Class IX, the student's birth date should be between 1 April 2004 and 31 March 2006. For admission in class IX, it is compulsory for the student to be eighth grade. Examination centers for admission in Sainik School for class 6th students, Ambikapur, Bilaspur, Raipur, Raigad, Kanker and Jagdalpur have been prescribed. And for admission in class IX, the examination center has been set up at Sainik School, Ambikapur.




20 lacs sanctioned for families affected by natural disaster


Jashpur Nagar 15 October 2018 / Financial Assistance grant amount of 20 lakhs has been approved for the affected families in 5 cases of loss of natural calamities. After the death of Anjulus Panna father Nishor Panna resident of village Dipatoli of Kunkuri tehsil in the water, after the death of 15 June 2018, the nearest heir of the deceased was Rs 4 lakh for Pramod Panna, son of deceased, Ashish Bhagat, father Pradeep, resident of village Tamuku of Manora tehsil. When Bhagat died on March 16, 2018, the nearest heir of the deceased was Pradeep Bhagat, father of the deceased, Rs 4 lakh, village Dondagaon of Manora tehsil. Ukraine mine father Mkbul Khan's death next heir of the deceased to be on February 20, 2018 deceased father Mkbul Khan went sanctioned crores funding of 4 million to Jacob.
In addition, the residents of village Mado of Manora tehsil by aerial electricity After the death of Ankita Ekka father Thomas on June 22, 2018, the nearest heir of the deceased was given Rs 4 lakh to Thomas Ekka, father of the deceased and died on April 23, 2018, when the death of Sunty Bai husband Gurbal Ram, resident of village Katangkhar, of Kansabel tehsil, from the serpent, died on April 23, 2018. A financial assistance of Rs. 4 lakhs has been approved for her husband, Gurbal, of the nearest heir of the deceased.




Under the Minority Scholarship Scheme


Pre-matric scholarship on October 15 and online applications for post matriculation and merit cum mins till October 31
Jashpurnagar: On October 15, 2018, pending online application for post matriculation, pre-matric and merit cum minor minority scholarship scheme has been invited from the minority community students of the district. Also, many pending applications have also been asked to provide information from the concerned institution.
Assistant Commissioner said that 20 applications in the pre-matriculation 1111, Post Matric 43 and Merit cum Means of minority community are pending at the institution level and district level. For this, all the Heads of Education Institutions have been advised to provide information about their pending cases immediately. So that the pending application can be resolved. He also informed that online application for applying date of application of matriculation pre-matric scholarship to 15, post matriculation and merit cum mins has been done till October 31.




Formation of District Expenditure Monitoring Committee


District Surveillance Committee has been constituted for observation of election expenses of Jashpurnagar 15th October 2018 / assembly constituency 2018 for Assembly constituency, No. 12-Jashpur, 13-Kunkuri and 14-Pathhalgaon. In the committee formed, the District Election Officer and Collector Dr. Priyanka Shukla, Deputy District Election Officer Shri I.L. Thakur and Deputy Collector Shri Yogendra Shrivastava have been made in-charge expenditure incurred in the constituency.



In Jashpur district, the average rainfall recorded is 1055 percent


Jashpurnagar has recorded 1055 percent of the rainfall in the district as on October 15, 2018, compared to the average rainfall. According to information received from the Land Records Branch of Collector Office, 1000.4 millimeter rainfall was received from 1st June to 15th October in the district. The highest rainfall is 1315.6 mm. In Kunakuri tehsil. In Jashpur tehsil 1172.4 millimeter, Manora 1145.6, Duldula 1083.1, Parsabahar 770.2, in the garden 813, in Kansabel 845.2 and Pathalgon 857.8, millimeter rains have been recorded. The average annual rainfall of the district is 1121.7 mm. is.




Due to the action taken under the Motor Vehicle Act in 896 cases from October 6, in Pathalgaon


After the effect of Jashpurnagar 15th October 2018/Sharsha Practices Code, the Police Department is continuously checking under the Motor Vehicle Act. So far, a total of 896 cases have been prosecuted.
SDOP of Police Department Mr. Abhishek Jha said that under the motor vehicle act, every small vehicles are being checked by making points every day. In which there are no number plates, names of political parties in the number plates, registration of vehicles, absence of insurance and other papers, non-wearing helmets and other urgent action are being done. He said that on the previous day, on 12th October, 3 political parties, after getting number plates of the post on their vehicles, the number plates of the post was removed and action was taken under Section 50/177 of MV. Gone.




Meeting of MCMC committee


District Election Officer and Collector Dr. Jashpurnagar organized a meeting of the Media Certification and Testing Committee (MCMC) set up for the October 15, 2018 / Assembly Election 2018. Chairperson Priyanka Shukla was held on Monday in the meeting room of the collector's office. In the meeting, discussions on print media, electronic media and pad news on social media and violation of good conduct code were discussed.
It is to be noted that the Code of Conduct Conducted in the District is effective from 6th October, 2018, during which any action will be taken by MCMC Committee on violation of PAD News publication or Adarsh ​​Code of Conduct. MCMC has been divided into various units. In which print media unit will be presented to MCMC by scrutinizing the news related to paid news by scrutinizing morning and evening news papers. The electronic media unit will be presented to MCMC by marking the news related to paid news by checking the samples being broadcasted in 24C7 news and local cable channels. News related to paid news will be submitted to MCMC by scrutinizing the news that will be broadcast in 24 Media 7 social media sites such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, WikiPedia, Instagram, Whotspap, Web News etc. in Social media unit. News related to Paid News will be presented to MCMC by scrutinizing the news to be broadcasted in 24 C7FM or local Akashwani radio channels in FM or local Akashavi Radio unit. Along with this, electronic media will be presented to MCMM by marking the news related to Negative News, Fake News by checking the news that will be broadcast under the four types of units mentioned above by the Unsecurity Unit.




Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singhgave Jashpur District work to about 92 crores


During the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh inaugurated 199 construction works and Bhumi Pujan in the General Assembly held at Pathholgaon, a divisional headquarters of Jashpur district, about 199 crore 91 lakh rupees. Out of this, Dr. Singh inaugurated 61 works worth Rs. 15.77 crore and made Bhumi Pujan of 138 different works of Rs. 76 crore. Apart from this, the Chief Minister distributed checks and assistance amount of Rs 20 lakh to 14 thousand 143 beneficiaries under various schemes.


The work that the Chief Minister inaugurated in the General Assembly, a high level bridge built on the river Eb, costing about Rs. 5 crore, a high level bridge on Mani river at a cost of about three and a half million rupees, on the Lava river at a cost of 2 crore 65 lakhs. Built-in high level bridges, the cost of Rs 65 lakhs includes chilli processing unit installed in Loro of village Sana.
Among the works undertaken by Dr. Singh in the assembly, 47.77 lakh rupees was spent at the cost of Rs. 47.77 crore, Rani Ghat-Garden Marg widening and strengthening work, Rs. 18 crores 49 lacs to Kailash cave road construction from Gaibuda, The 100 seater pre-matric tribal girl hostel built at a cost of Rs.17.77 million, 7 market sheds of Rs.14 million and costing Rs.17 million. 49 cement concrete roads are included.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh distributed 3200 beneficiaries in the general assembly under the Sky Scheme, the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme to the 5000 beneficiaries, the gas connection, the cycle, tools and other materials to 34 beneficiaries. Dr. Singh distributed checks of Rs. 18 lakhs for various schemes under various schemes like Tiffin and 135 beneficiaries to 5774 beneficiaries under MNREGA Tiffin scheme.

 




The poor will not have to sell the land & house for treatment now: Dr. Raman Singh


Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that poor families will not have to sell their land and home for treatment now. The 'Ayushman Bharat Yojana' scheme launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will help the poor families to get Rs 5 lakhs for the treatment of serious diseases. In the plan, treatment of serious diseases like liver, heart, cancer, brain tumor will be treated. No help will be needed to help the poor families in front of anyone.


Dr. Singh was addressing the massive General Body Meeting held during the Atal Vikas Yatra in Pathholgaon, Tehsil headquarters in Jashpur district today. In the General Assembly, the Chief Minister inaugurated 199 works of 199 crores, Bhumi Pujan and Shilanyas. He also distribute various materials, checks, amount etc. to the 15 thousand beneficiaries under various public welfare schemes of the state government.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh said in the General Assembly that in the development case, Jashpur district has created a new identity across the country including Chhattisgarh. Taking the training from skill upgradation scheme, the youth here are not only getting jobs in other states like Mumbai and Delhi, but in the last two years, the children of Jashpur have also got good results in the board exams.
He said that there will be more than 5 times development work in this zone in the coming time. The Chief Minister said that Chhattisgarh is the highest paying state of paddy in the country. Paddy will be purchased at a support price from November 1. This year, along with the purchase of the paddy, the bonus amount will also be paid simultaneously. He said that by adding three hundred rupees bonus and 200 rupees increased support price, the farmers will be paid Kamran Paddy @ 2050 rupees per quintal and taped paddy @ 2070 quintals this year.
The Chief Minister said that he said that the State Government has given the option of 12 lakh families with Single Light Connection to the rate of agreement on flat rate, to give these families 100 rupees per month on consumption of more than 30 units. He said that under the Communication Revolution Scheme for empowerment of women, about 40 lakh women are being provided free smart phones. During the development tour, bonus amount of about 750 crores is being distributed to the Tendupta collectors.
He said that under the Pradhanmantri Awas Yojana scheme, by 2022, there is a goal of providing housing to all the residents. Parliamentary Secretary Shri Shivshankar Pankara also addressed the General Sabha.
On this occasion, Rajya Sabha member Mr. Ranvijay Pratap Singh Judeo, Mr. Krishan Kumar Rai, Chairman of Khadi Village Industries Board, Mr. Bharat Sai, Chairman, Small Vanopage Board, Mr. Vinayak Sen, Kunukuri MLA Mr. Rohit Sai, along with many public representatives and a large number of villagers were present.

 




Jashpur district is establishing new record of development : Dr. Raman Singh


Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has said that Jashpur is establishing a new record of district development, in which the garden sector has also made significant contribution. Dr. Singh expressed this idea in 'Atal Vikas Yatra' organized in the playground of the district panchayat headquarter garden here today. On the occasion, Chief Minister handed over development works worth more than Rs. 138 crore 23 lakhs. 
Among them 61 bhumi pujjan of 61 different construction works costing Rs. 65 crores 98 lacs and 284 different construction works costing Rs. 56 crores were released. In the General Assembly, Chief Minister distributed 46,611 beneficiaries under various schemes to the tune of Rs. 16 crore 20 lakhs.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh said that "Atal Vikas Yatra" has been started from Dengargarh since 5th September to take the development towards new heights. It is a journey of development, is the journey of the development of Chhattisgarh and I call it a pilgrimage. He said that Jashpur district, which was once called backward in development, is ahead in many areas of development today.
The children of Jashpur district have also introduced their talent, the children are studying at Medical College, IIT and NIT. The Chief Minister said that the children of Jashpur district have done a good job in the field of skill upgradation and are also working in other states of the country. He said that good work has also been done in the direction of reducing malnutrition rates in Jashpur district
The malnutrition rate, which was 43 percent earlier, has now come down to 27 percent. Similarly, good work has been done in the field of vaccination and institutional delivery.
Chief Minister Dr. Singh said that under the Sadbhavna Yojana, electricity will reach 7 lakh 40 thousand households in the state and no wages and mercury will remain powerless. He said that the benefit of the good luck plan will be to the people of hill areas like Jashpur. The Chief Minister said that the collection rate of Tandupta was Rs 450, which has been increased to Rs 2500
Bonus is also being given to Tandupta collectors. He said that the support price of paddy has been increased by Rs. 200 per quintal by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi this year. Thereby, the support price of paddy has gone upto Rs. 1700. The amount of Rs.300 / - per quintal will be given on the purchase price on the support price by the state government. He said that the state government has decided to give relief to 12 lakh poor families of the state in the Sahasraksh electricity scheme which spent more than 40 units.
At flat rates, electricity will now be paid only 100 rupees per month. He said that more than 2500 solar pumps have been set up in Jashpur district. The Chief Minister said that 40 lakh sisters are being provided smart phones under Sky Scheme, which is a big example of women empowerment.
He said that under the Ayushman Bharat Scheme, poor people will get assistance of Rs. 5 lakhs for the treatment of major diseases. The Chief Minister assured the proper action in connection with the demands presented on this occasion. On the first meeting of the Chief Minister, the Chief Minister reviewed the development exhibition imposed by different departments.
Shri Ranvijay Pratap Singh Judeo, Chairman of KhadiGramOdyog Board Shri Krishna Kumar Rai, Parliamentary Secretary Shri Shivshankar Pakra, Kunukuri MLA Shri Rohit Sai, President of Banopage Board Mr. Bharat Sai, President of District Panchayat Smt. Gomti Sai, Vice President of District Panchayat Shri Prabal Pratap Singh Judeo, Secretary to the Chief Minister Mr. Subodh Kumar Singh, Mr. Taman Singh Sonwani, Commissioner, Sargoja Division and Police Many public representatives and large number of villagers were present along with Inspector General Mr. Himanshu Gupta.

 




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