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Assembly Elections- 2012: Duty to Employees To Attend Phones From State Office And Other Offices


Koriya

District Election Officer Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga has imposed the duty of employees in the control room situated in the District Collectorate to attach the phone coming from the State Office and other offices. Control room has been set up in District Collectorate office due to smooth conduct of Assembly Elections 2018 and effect on Code of Conduct on 6th October.

The telephone number of the control room is 07836-232888 and 7049565466. Office of the Assistant Grade-III, Mrs. Anita Sahu, Office Assistant Commissioner, Assistant Commissioner of Adim Jati Kalyan, Baikunthpur, Mrs. Jagrai Gupta, Office of the Primary Education Integrated Tribal Baikunthpur, from 7.00 am to 3.30 per day, and Office of Secondary School Mohantola Bharatpur. The fourth grade employee is Mr. Manoj Kumar Kinda. District Election Officer Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga, daily from 3 pm to 11 pm, Mineral office, Assistant Grade-3 of Koriya, Mr. Vinod Kumar Kanwar, Office of Land Records, Assistant Grade-3 of Sri, Shri Rameshwar Dwivedi and Chenmen Shri Rambali Ram And every day from 11 am to 7 pm, DPRC is the computer operator of the District Panchayat Korea Mr. Rupaesh Tiwari, 

Office Land Records have imposed the duty of Assistant Grade-III of Koriya, Shri Divya Kumar Rajwade and the fourth grade employee Shri Vijay Dahiya. In the same way, he was the Assistant Grade-3 Smt. Rashmi Lakra of Zilla Koshalay Koriya, Assistant Grade-3 of Janpad Panchayat Baikunthpur Smt. Smita Ghos Office of the Government Polytechnic College, Baikunthpur, Grade-3 Mr. P.D. Mahant, Office of the Assistant Grade-3 of Anil Khalkho, and the Gram Nivesh Koriya, Mr. Anil Khalkho, the fourth class employee of East Secondary School Janakpur, Shri Arvind Pandey and Panchayat Shakhha District Panchayat, Fourth Division The employee Mr. Rahul Yadav is kept in the reserve category as per the requirement.

 




Counseling for Multipurpose Health Worker Training Session 2018-19 on November 3


Koriya

The Chief Medical and Health Officer said here today that counseling is going on for the men and women's multipurpose health workers training session 2018-19 on November 3. Other information related to counseling can be done on the notice board of the Chief Medical and Health Officer's office and on the website's preliminary report.

The Chief Medical and Health Officer said here today that counseling is going on for the men and women's multipurpose health workers training session 2018-19 on November 3. Other information related to counseling can be viewed at the information panel of the Chief Medical and Health Officer's office and on the website of the district.




On the fifth day 6 candidates form nomination form, till date 27 candidates have purchased nomination forms


Koriya

For the assembly elections in the second phase of the state elections, in the district of Korea, for the nomination form, a total of six candidates have bought nomination forms from the 03 assembly constituencies of the district. In this way, from October 26 till date, 27 candidates have purchased nomination forms and today, on the fifth day, a candidate Shri Bhaiyalal Rajwada, a constituency candidate for Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Baikunthpur, filed his nomination papers.

For the second phase of assembly elections in the state, for taking the nomination papers and submission of nomination papers, on the fifth day, for the Bharatpur-Sonhat, assembly constituency number Shri Nand Kumar Singh Shyam, Kumari Pooja Singh Poya, Shri Ganesh Prasad Singh, Assembly Area Number -2 Shri Jajjit Singh, Shri Subhash Devathan for Manendragarh and Shri Chintamani for Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Baikunthpur Sector enrolled form.

It is notable that on the first day of the purchase of nomination papers in Korea district, on 26th October, for the Bharatpur-Sonhat assembly constituency, Mrs. Chandravadevi Pavale, Vidhan Sabha area No. 2 Manindergarh, Mr. Shayam Bihari Jaiswal, Mr. Shayam Babu Khatik, Mr. Digambar Singh, Mrs. Florence Nitriglass Sagar and Mr Sunil Singh for Assembly Area No. 3, Baikunditpur, Second day 27th October for Assembly constituency number Bharatpur-Sonhat, Shri Gulab Kamro, Smt. Sukhwanti Singh and Assembly constituency No. 2 Maneindagarh for Mr. Satish Singh, Mr. Vishwajit Pandey, Dr. Vinay Kumar Jaiswal and Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Bakundathpur Shri Bhaiyalal Rajwada and Smt. Ambika Singh Dev, and on 29th October the assembly constituency of Bharatpur-Sonhat For Shri Shyam Singh Marakam, Shri Pratap Singh, Shri Aditya Raj David, Shri Lakhan Shrivastav for Assembly constituency-2 Manendragarh and Shri Ram Prasad Sahu for Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Baikunthpur, Shri Ujeet Narayan Vishwakarma, Shri Sanjay Singh Kamro and Shri Bihari Lal Rajwada has taken nomination form.

 

 




Assembly election-2018 Political e-ads must be certified Election Commission of India, Media Certification   Guidance of committees


Korea, October 29, 2018 / India Election Commission has done more clearly the subject of certification of political advertisements on electronic advertising and social media. The Commission has said that it is mandatory for political parties or candidates to pre-authorize media certification and media monitoring committee (MCMC) of any kind of political e-advertising. Shri Dhirendra Ojha, Director General, Communications Affairs and International Coordination Committee of the Election Commission of India, today discussed with all the MCMC committees of Chhattisgarh through video-conferencing.
      Shri Ojha told that due to the increasing influence of electronic and social media, its use has been increased by political parties and candidates. In this, political advertisements, in which political benefits, deaths or e-advertisements are made by any other party or candidate , Then its pre-certification is mandatory. Simultaneously, expenses incurred for broadcasting political advertisements will also be included in electoral expenditure of political parties or candidates.
      The Election Commission of India has again clarified that posts related to political content from social media on their own account will not be considered as part of the election expenditure, but political advertisements in any electronic media including other platforms, social sites, e-paper If it is reproduced or processed, its expenditure will be considered as part of the election expenditure.
According to the Election Commission of India, a state level MCMC committee has been constituted by the office of the Chief Electoral Officer at the state level. Political e-advertisements can be certified by the political parties in the state level committee. In addition, in every district, the District Election Officer is constituted by the District Election Officer at the district level, where candidates can pre-authorize their advertisements.
During the video conferencing in the Chief Electoral Office, the Chief Executive Officer of the State, including Mr. Sameer Vishnoi and Mrs. Padmini Bhoi Sahu, Deputy Chief Electoral Officer Mr. Shrikant Verma, Assistant Chief Electoral Officer Mrs. Sharda Agarwal and Mr. Manish Mishra, along with State Level Media Certification and Monitoring Committee MCMC) members and election functions Associated officials are also present.




Assembly election-2018 Training of VV Patt and EVM for Returning and Assistant Returning Officers of Raipur and Durg Division Master Trainers Details to the 120 Officers of 10 Districts


Korea, October 29, 2018 / Returning and Assistant Returning Officers of Raipur and Durg division were given one day training of VVPET and EVM. In the training program organized at the auditorium of Naveen Sath Bhawan Bhavan in Raipur on Sunday, 120 officers, including District Election Officer, Deputy District Election Officer, Returning Officer, Assistant Returning Officer of 10 districts of both the departments took part. The Master Trainer arrived from the Election Commission of India, Shri Atiq Ahmed informed the officers about the technical aspects of the VV Patet being used for the first time during the elections.
      During training, Master Trainer Mr. Ahmad said that in VV Patet, the voter will be able to confirm his voting for the first time through VV Pete Machine. For this, the voting slip in VVPet machine will be displayed for 7 seconds after the poll. The slip will be stored in the draw box after the display. He told that VV Patte will be included during counting. It will also calculate one VVpet of each assembly. This VV Patet will be determined on a lottery basis.


       In the training, National Level Master Trainer Shri Pulak Bhattacharya said that during Voting, VV Petet and Ballet Unit will be in front of the voter, whereas the control unit will be held by the Presiding Officer. During the training, VV Pat Unit was also used with all the officers.
       During the training, Joint Chief Electoral Officer Shri Sameer Vishnoi, Dr. K.K. Singh and Mrs. Padmini Bhoi Sahu, Assistant Chief Electoral Officer Mr. Manish Mishra, many officers related to the election process were present.




'Assembly Elections-2018' Electronic mail ballot for service voters Office of the Chief Electoral Officer to the District Election Officer Sent e-mail ballot Information given for the process of voting and counting For the first phase polling on 03 November till 11.59 PM Can be downloaded e-mail ballot


The electronic form of postal ballot papers for service voters for 18 assembly constituencies of their districts have been sent to the collector and district election officers of eight districts of Korea, October 29, 2018 / Chief Electoral Officer office. The office of the Chief Electoral Officer has also conveyed the complete process in connection with the voting done through the e-mail ballot as per the directions of the Election Commission of India.
The dates for different process of voting have been determined through the e-mail ballot for the first phase elections by the Chief Electoral Officer's office. As per the directive of the commission, the e-mail ballot paper has been started on 27th October 11.59. On 03 November 2018, the last date for downloading e-mail ballots will be on 11.59 PM. On December 11, 2018, the time has been fixed at 07.59 am to receive the marked e-mail ballot papers.
Chief Electoral Officer Shri Subrat Sahu said here today that the Election Commission of India has issued detailed instructions for communicating e-mail ballots. Shri Sahu has directed all the Returning Officers to ensure compliance of procedures according to the communication made through electronic medium according to the instructions of the Commission. There are five important documents in the documents sent through electronic media. These include postal ballot, electoral declaration format 13a, label cover (inner envelope) for format 13 b, label cover (external envelope) for draft 13 and directional format 13 d for electorate.

E-mail ballot communication system
Chief Electoral Officer told the collector and district election officials about the system of communication of e-mail ballots that for the electronic communication of the postal ballots by the Central Administrative Officer, when the R.O. The working system will be activated then the returning officer will be able to login to the system. After this, they will see the information of election information (such as the details of the election, the state code of the constituency, the type of constituency of the constituency - the assembly or the Lok Sabha, the number of constituencies, the name of the constituency, the date of election and the postal ballot Returning Officer Address for sending back) Also, they will be able to observe the date and time of the download window for the postal ballot and the date and time of the expiry. According to the returning officer, uploading of postal ballot sample (Joint Secretary) in the constituency, observation and acceptance of the sample postal ballot generated by the system, adequate quantity related to the election areas, password (option) and password for postal ballot Can be able to work safely (Chadak Chidambaram) for postal ballot preparation (Lemdatmaj).

Downloading and printing postal ballots
The postal ballot prepared for communicating through electronic means related OTP Using the records, the responsible officers / unit officers / nodal officers or related service voters will be able to print out the printed postal ballot with the help of the given pin. Apart from this, the unit officer or nodal officer can also print out the postal ballot papers with the help of pin and send it to the service voter. In other cases, the unit officer or nodal officer will automatically send a print with the postal ballot for the format 13a, the format 13 b and 13 c for the level (envelope) and the format 13 d to the respective service voter. For the record, the responsible officer / unit officer / nodal officer should ensure that the postal ballot communicated through electronic medium and all the above mentioned formats should be sent to the concerned service voter and not to any other person. Two envelopes, a small envelope for a format 13 b and a larger envelope for the second draft 13C should also be transmitted to each service voter. Related DEOs The adequate quantity of small and large envelopes should be made available to the record officer / unit officer / commandant. Each postal ballot will be recorded by the unit officer / nodal officer to be sent to the service voters (M.P.B.C. This record should be kept in the respective unit for five years in order to present it to the higher authorities before or to the court.
Voting with postal ballot and sending back the postal ballot
After receiving the postal ballot (Mzhehe) and other format sent along with the service voter, the voter should submit his vote by making a mark of the cross mark (or the correct tick mark) before the name of the candidate on the ballot as per the instructions given in format 13 . By placing the weighted ballot in a small envelope, the envelope should be closed with the help of glue. If the number of the ballot is not already printed above the format 13 B, then the number of the ballot should also be entered at the given place. After this, the declaration should be made in Form 13A and the verification of the declaration should be signed by the deployed officer for verification. After that, the closed envelope and the declaration format should be put in a large envelope and closed with the help of gum.

The service voter will have to sign the prescribed place by placing it on the large envelope and label it for the format 13C and it will be sent with the help of the postal facility available at the returning officer's address. If this envelope (format 13C) is being sent to India then no postage stamp is required on it. Post expenditure will be borne by Chief Electoral Officer or District Election Officer.

Counting of postal ballots
The postal ballots sent through electronic mail will be calculated on the returning officer's table just like other postal ballots. Only those postal ballots will be counted, which will be received before the scheduled time to start the counting.
Opening the envelopes
One should be opened one by one after verifying the format 13C envelopes received in the prescribed time. On the external envelope, the QR code (software) will be scanned with computer software and the QR code reader and its validity will be checked. After checking the validity of the outer envelope, the computer will give a unique serial number. Returning Officer will also verify this serial number manually. In the list of ballots received by computer mail, for any possible duplicate, check the entry in the QR code. Computer software will also provide a serial number list of ballot papers examining the Q-R code. Returning Officer will detect all duplicate envelopes indicated by the software and keep them physically together. It will invalidate all such duplicates or more than one (Danszpechasam) votes. All such enclosed envelopes will not be opened for counting and they will be protected separately for future reference. The number of such duplicate postal ballots will be marked in the register.
Two documents should be received when 'B' cover is opened in draft 13C. The first document is a declaration by the voter in format 13a and the second inline format 13 b has a postal ballot. As the envelope opens, the returning officer should declare the declaration in format 13a and the inner envelope of draft 13 b and scrutinize the declaration. Before the opening of the draft postal ballot, the declaration (format 13a) should be checked by the returning officer before opening the postal ballot. All such formats (13a) should be sealed separately before opening 13B and counting.

Unacceptability of postal ballots
If the announcement is not in the declaration in Form 13 or electronic mail ballot identity number does not match the issued number, then the returning officer can reject the postal ballot without opening the inner envelope. Returning Officer can reject it if the declaration is not signed in the declaration, neither verified by the competent authority nor the postal ballot identification number shown in the declaration and the identification number displayed in the cover.
Every such disclaimer should be aptly apportioned and the announcement and cover should be restored in the cover of format 13C (outer envelope). All such covers of Form 13C should be put together in a separate packet sealed in a separate packet. For easy identification of these packages, the details of the constituency name, date of counting and brief details of the forms kept in the envelope should be written on them. In all the enclosures in which all the declarations of format 13a have been found correct, they should be kept in separate packets for counting. After this, the count of electronic postal ballots will be in accordance with the guidelines issued for the counting of traditional postal ballots.
The returning officer must take special care to ensure that the scanning of the QR code is in accordance with the order. Firstly, the scanning of format 13 c should be scanned first, followed by format 13a and the last 13-format format. The scanning order of Q-R code should not be changed in any condition.




'Assembly Elections-2018' Fourth day 8 candidates form nomination form


Korea, October 29, 2018 / Four days to purchase nomination papers in the Korea District for the assembly elections to be held in the second phase in the state. Total 8 candidates have bought nomination forms from the 03 assembly constituencies of the district. Today, no candidate has filed his nomination papers for the fourth day.
Today, in the fourth day, for taking the nomination papers for the second phase of assembly elections in the state, and for submission of nomination letter, for the Bharatpur-Sonhat in the fourth day, Mr. Shyam Singh Marakam, Assembly constituency No. 2 Manendragarh, Shri Pratap Singh, Shri Aditya Shri Ram Prasad Sahu, Shri Ujeet Narayan and Raj Dave, Shri Lakhan Srivastava and Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3, Baikunthpur Shvkrma, Sanjay Singh also feature and took Mr. Bihari form nomination red Rajwade.




Pre-certification of each advertisement in electronic media is necessary- District Electoral Officer


Prior certification is mandatory for the promotion of each advertisement issued in electronic media for the Korea, 27 October 2018 / upcoming assembly election. District election officer and collector korea Shri Narendra Singh Dugga informed that for this, the Media Certification and Monitoring Committee (MCMC) has been constituted in the district and the office has been established in the first floor of the District District Collectorate. District Election Officer informed that the Honorable Supreme Court has passed the order regarding pre-certification of political advertisement in electronic media. In accordance with the instructions issued by the Honorable Supreme Court in this regard, this decision is binding on all political parties, candidates, individuals, groups of individuals. According to the Supreme Court's order, if any person, group of individuals, political parties, candidates, etc. want to release any advertisement in electronic media, then certify it with MCMC.
        District Election Officer and Collector Korea said that if any advertisement which is broadcasted through any kind of electronic media and it will not be pre-certified then this case should be filed before the Hon'ble Supreme Court Order, as per the contempt of the order. Will go. The District Election Officer said that this decision has been made mandatory for all electronic media media. After declaring the certification process, the District Election Officer informed that for certification of advertisement from MCMC, applicants will have to submit an application in Annex A and simultaneously, the CDs of two copies of the advertisement to be broadcast will be accompanied by the application. In which the political party, the candidate or the election agent or the authorized representative will be signed. It is compulsory to submit the application to MCMC at least three days before the date of the advertisement. Proof of authentication will be returned to certified CD applicant within 48 hours of receipt of application. The District Election Officer told that if the advertisement is broadcast for more than the appointed time, then the information given to the candidate will be added to the additional cost of the advertisement in his election expenditure.

 




Assembly Elections-2018: First day 6 nominations form nomination form


Koriya

For the assembly elections to be held in the second phase in the state, the first day of purchase of nomination papers in Korea district, six candidates have purchased nomination forms from the 03 assembly constituencies of the district today. Today, no candidate has filed his nomination papers on the first day.

In the first day of assembly elections for the second phase of assembly elections in the state, for taking the nomination papers and depositing in the first day, Bharatpur-Sonhat has been nominated by the Bhartiya Pataati, Smt. Chandravadevi Pavale, Vidhan Sabha Area No. 2, Manendragarh for the Bharatiya Janata Party From Shri Shayam Bihari Jaiswal and Independent Shri Shayam Babu Khatik, Mr. Digambar Singh, Mrs. Florence Naitriglas sagar Mr. Sunil Singh took away from the Aam Aadmi Party for Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Baikunthpur.




To organize awareness about voting from today to 15th November, the program will be organized


Koriya

Under the directive of Election Commission of India, Sweep Program is being conducted to make voters aware about the electoral process and motivated them to vote. In the same sequence, the sweep program in the district is being operated as a "Sanghari Vote Vote Bar" campaign.  District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga has organized the program from October 27 to November 15 to alert the departmental beneficiaries about voting, and has given specific information to the concerned to submit the report along with photographs and paper clippings.

District Election Officer and Collector, Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga, voter awareness rally of police and city forces on October 27, students' conference of tribal department on 28th October, Guardian Awareness Convention of Education Department on October 29, Sweep Orientation of Kaushal Vikas on October 30, Workers' Conference of Labor Department on October 31, Sweep Orientation of Women and Child Development Department on 01st November, Agriculture on November 2 and Part of Krisk electoral conference, On November 03, the Swip Workshop of the Health Department and Women's Voter Conference of the District Panchayat, Swip Conference of Veterinary Department on November 4 and Zone-level motivation program of MNREGA, District level motivation program of District Panchayat on 5th November, Forest protection on November 6 and Forest Development Committee, sweep conference and sweep workshop, 9th November Sweep School of Electricity Board,

On November 10, the EVM of Social Welfare Department, VV belt motivation program, health department's sweeping education on November 11, 12th and 14th November, District and Development Block level and Development Block level voter conference and quiz competition, on 12th November, Department of Horticulture Sweep conference On 13th November the motivation of employed personnel in the construction department and motivation of the fisheries department, on Nov 14, voter awareness of Sweep Shrivir and Swachh Bharat Mihan of the Mineral Department and on 15th November was organized by the Sports Department to organize sweep rally. Has given instructions to Along with this, the permission of the sound expansion machines to be used in the programs was given to the concerned section of the department concerned to obtain mandatory receipt from the revenue.

 




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