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Collector and SP took meeting of revenue and police officers, said act fairly


In view of Lok Sabha elections, Collector Nilesh Kumar Mahadev Kshirsagar and Superintendent of Police, Shankarlal Baghel has District collector and police officers jointly held a meeting in collectorate meeting yesterday The Collector appealed the officials to work with full speed to ensure peaceful elections in the district peacefully. He said that the officers have full transparency in their work. Keep yourself neutral. Neutrality should be seen in the work and behavior of officials and employees.

The Collector told the officials to follow the code of conduct themselves and ensure strict adherence to it in the district.He told the revenue and police officers to work better by making better coordination during the elections and said that any such kind of disturbance can be stopped immediately.In case of property deformation, officers were given prompt notice of action.

The Superintendent of Police, Mr. Baghel, gave the officers the right to travel every village in their respective areas and to keep a close watch on the situation.He said that the matters affecting the election process were immediately brought to the notice of senior officials. Instructions were also given to pay special attention to sensitive polling stations. Collector and Superintendent of Police has given orders to increase check on border areas of the district.

They remain alert to the static monitoring team and Explained to take care of the privacy of people during the investigation The videography of the action taken during the investigation was given the verdict.

In the meeting, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Shri Rajendra Kumar Katara, ADMA Shri I.L. Thakur, Bagicha SDM Shri Ravi Mittal, Additional Superintendent of Police Usage Khatoon, All SDM, SDOP, Tehsildar, Nayab Tehsildar, Police Station Officer and other officers were present in the meeting.







Application for admission test in Eklavya Adarsh Residential School, Sanna, invited till March 2

Jashpur 30 Jan

Applications for eligible students for admission in class VIII of Eklavya Adarsha Residential School, for the girls belonging to Scheduled Tribes, have been invited from March 2,In order to enroll 60 students in the class 6th of this school, the entrance examination will be held on March 17, in the district headquarters, Jashpur from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm on Sunday. Students eligible for the entrance test can submit their application development block education officer's office and Principal Eklavya Residential School to Sanna till March 2. For more information, contact your Office of Block, Office of the Education Officer and Assistant Commissioner Tribal Development Office. The application form can be downloaded from the department's website.

Assistant Commissioner Tribal Development Shri Vahan informed that Eklavya Adarsh ​​residential school, Sanna, has been promoted with the objective of promoting educational, mental, physical and cultural and ethical development of girls belonging to Scheduled Tribes and to enable them for quality education and competitive examinations. is.

In this school, there is a facility of free study from Hindi medium through classes 6th to 12th. It is proposed to be studying under the State Board / Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) New Delhi in the coming academic session.

The Assistant Commissioner said that priority will be given to the SCs for admission in the 60 seats reserved for the admission in the school and 6 percent reserved seats for the scheduled students of Scheduled Tribes category. Age for admission in Eklavya Adarsh ​​residential school should be between 11 years to 13 years, on January 1, 2019. In the examination of the 5th year held in the year 2018-19 or joining the 5th examination in the past,And in the 5th time at the time of the entry, girl students with more than 50 percent marks will be eligible for admission in the school.
It is mandatory to enter the school within 15 days of the selection through the entrance examination. It is compulsory to present the 5th issue transfer certificate, residence certificate and caste certificate, photocopy of Aadhar card and health certificate of medical board at the time of the entry.

Placement Camp in Jashpur on 4th February

Jashpur 29 Jan

Placement Camp has been organized on 4th February in District Employment and Self Employment Center, Jashpur. This camp starts from 11 a.m. Youth will be recruited in a variety of 57 posts through placement camps.

District Employment Officer Jashpur said that in the placement camp, youth from 10th to undergraduate education can participate in 40 vacancies of panchayat surveyor low salesmen by Raipur. Similarly, for the 10 vacancies of the Sales Officers, 12th graders from academic qualification, MBA / Bachelor for 5 vacancies in sales manager and 12th / undergraduate education for two vacant posts of Dance Teacher. Attend the caste and residence certificate and participate in the placement camp. The minimum wages for the above posts are fixed from Rs 5000 to Rs 35 thousand per month.





For organizing the collective oath and organizing various programs

Jashpur 29 Jan

In order to commemorate 150th birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, a special leprosy awareness campaign will be organized from January 30 to February 13, 2019. Various programs will be organized for public eradication of public awareness and public participation for eradication of leprosy. People will be sworn in to ensure public participation in the elimination of leprosy campaign.

According to information received from Chief Medical and Health Officer, Jashpur, a plan plan has been prepared to ensure effective implementation of Leprosy awareness campaign with the help of Panchayat Department in the first Gram Sabha of 2019.

The report of the collector's announcement and oath and the report of the services of Shri Parchure Shastri, a leprosy patient of Gandhiji, will be read in front of the villagers in every Gram Sabha. During the campaign, various programs will be organized for the widespread publicity and public awareness to address the fears and misconceptions of the society regarding leprosy.

In the program organized in Gram Sabhans, schools and urban areas during the special Leprosy awareness campaign, the message of the collector will be read. To overcome the discrimination in relation to leprosy, swine and leprosy related questions and questions will be resolved.The discussion on the contribution of Bapuji towards the eradication of leprosy diseases and the reading of the article on the services of leprosy patients, Mr. Parchure Shastri. Along with this, distribution of promotional material for public awareness, miking and rally and other activities will be organized for eradicating leprosy.




Invite to 31 applications for free coaching of competitive examinations

Jashpur 28 Jan

The application form has been invited by candidates desirous of preparing for the examinations conducted by the Bank Recruitment Board, Staff Selection Commission, Chhattisgarh Vortex, Other Departments and Bodies under the Youth Career Development Plan. Assistant Commissioner Tribal Development S.K. The vehicle told that pre-examination (coaching) will be completely disadvantaged and its duration will be one year.

Interested applicants can submit their application in the post of Additional Director, Examination Training Center, Saturni Road, in front of Science College, Bilaspur or Assistant Commissioner Tribal Development Office in Jashpur. The format of the advertisement can be downloaded from the department's website's full-page preexisting or pre-typing signature.

Application for Red Cross Medical Store Operations By 5th February

Jashpur 28 Jan

Applications for the operation of Medical Store of Red Cross Society established in District Hospital, Jashpur have been invited by 5th February 4th. The eligible person or organization can submit their application to the Chief Medical and Health Officer and Secretary District Red Cross Society in the branch office. It is known that the period of operation of the Medical Store of the Red Cross Society ends on January 31.

The applications received for renewal of the medical store will be opened on February 5. The application form can be obtained by depositing a fee of Rs. 100. When depositing the application, it is compulsory to submit a bank draft of Rs 2 thousand in cash, which will be payable in the name of Indian Red Cross Society District Jashpur. Required information regarding this may be obtained from the Chief Medical and Health Officer and Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society, District Jashpur.

Last rehearsal of Republic Day main event Colorful Events on January 26

Jashpurnagar 24 January 2019 / Collector Shri Nilesh Kumar Mahadev Kshirsagar and Superintendent of Police Mr. Shankarlal Baghel observed the last rehearsal of the program to be held in the Republic Day celebrations. The main function of Republic Day January 26, 2019 in District Headquarter Jashpur will be celebrated at Ranjita Stadium Jashpur. For the Republic Day celebrations to be dignified, it is necessary to prepare the necessary preparations, cleanliness of the ground, color correction, stage arrangement, line-up for parade march in the stadium etc. Attractive March Past, Group P. And the last rehearsal for the presentation of cultural program. District Panchayat CEO Mr. Kuldeep Sharma, Additional Collector Mr. I.L. Thakur, Deputy Collector, Mr. R.S. Tiwari, other District Level Officers and employees and principals, teachers, students and students of various educational institutions attended a large number on this occasion. Were.
On the occasion of Republic Day celebrations in Jashpur District Headquarters, on 26th January 2019, Pathalgaon MLA Shri Rampurkar Singh will hoist the parade at the main function and will read the message of the Chief Minister's name to the people. According to the scheduled program of the Republic Day, at 8.58 am, the main guest arrives at the stage of the Ranjeeta Stadium, 9.00 am on Monday, at 9.03 pm Parade inspection, 9.08 am on 9.08 am, March Past at 9.15 am, cultural program at 9.45 a.m., 10.45 pm Various departments exhibit tableau based on development Will Award distribution at 11.15 am and program concluding and gratuity at 11.45 pm.

Meeting for National Compact Pulse Polio Campaign

Jashpurnagar January 17, 2019 / National Intensive Pulse Polio Campaign was organized on 3rd February 2019 under the chairmanship of Shri Nilesh Kumar Mahadev Kshirsagar under the chairmanship of Collector Nirvesh Task Force Committee held in the meeting room of the Collectorate office.
Chief Medical and Health Officer told that India has become free of polio. But neighboring countries in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria still have poles. Along with the movement of people, polio viruses can also come to India. The pulse polio campaign is being run to prevent this. For the successful operation of the campaign, 1161 booths, 4550 team members and 217 observers have been appointed to provide lactic medicines to 115473 children targeted for 0 to 5 years in the district. 13 Transist team (bus stap), 8 fair market, 19 mobile teams have been formed.
On February 3, 2019, all children will be administered medicines on pole booths. Collector Shri Kshirsagar has given instructions that only children on the booth should be given medicine. During the home visits on 4th and 5th February 2019, children and newly born children discharged will be treated.
 During the District Task Force meeting, Collector Shri Kshirsagar was given the direction that for the successful operators of Pulse Palio, he has been given extensive publicity through inter-departmental coordination. To organize a rally through the education department school children and inform the children from the eradication and date of the policy after the prayer and after the prayer, the women and child development department through Anganwadi workers should campaign in their respective areas and thus Anganwadi center and the school where polio booth is built, from 3 am on Sunday, 8 am Keep open until 5pm. In addition to getting special attention in the Badaar area, achieve the resultant achievement.

Health Department appeals to keeping alert for bird flu rescue

He told that the symptoms of bird flu in humans such as fever and throat scab, cough, headache, pain in pain, colds and nose bleeding. Complications of bird flu, such as eye problems, difficulty breathing, swelling of pneumonia, brain and heart. Transmission of avian influenza is transmitted through humans through migratory migratory birds. At the same time, they have high risk of bird flu in poultry farm workers, birds and egg sellers, and those who are in contact with them.
The Integrated Disease Surveillance Program of Health Department, Jashpur has appealed to the people to immediately inform the animal medical officer about the sudden death of the pet and non-pet birds in the affected area and do not touch the dead birds in the group. Perform their dead bodies properly. Wash your hands and nose before washing food and wearing a mask. On the death of the birds, in case of any cold, cough and fever, the patients should be treated with close treatment, and the Integrated Disease Surveillance Department should inform the District Jashpur.

Collective medicine will be consumed for the prevention of filariaria disease

Jashpur 16 Jan

Elephant (Phailaria) is a serious and very annoying disease, which is going to run the Phileara eradication program at the national level for liberation. In the same sequence, mass medicines will be consumed on 8,9 and 10 February from the state level for eradication of national filariasis and emancipation. On February 8, all the children registered in Anganwadi along with all the appropriate beneficiaries of the community will be consumed by Anganwadi workers.

Similarly, all children registered in schools will be claimed in the school by the nominated authors. In the said day, for the purpose of consuming medicines for beneficiaries in the said day, medicines will be consumed by giving house rent by the Matanin Anganwadi workers on 9th and 10th February for the next two days.
Normally a person is not serious about taking medicines in a healthy condition.

As a result, the success of the program appears to be adversely affected. For this, the group has been asked to chant in the village before the date of drug conservation date 8 February. At the same time, the drug distribution center has also been given the capability to provide the presence of beneficiaries of the beneficiaries and to all the beneficiaries for drug intake before drug distributor.

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