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Rangoli competition on Ramanuj Mini Stadium on October 7 Registration for competition till 6th October


According to the resolution of the Election Commission of India, October 01, 2018, 'Sangari Chhe Vote Darare Bar' is being conducted under the voter education and election participation program (sweep) in the direction of Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Narendra Kumar Dugga for the forthcoming assembly elections. . Under this program, Rangoli Contest is being organized on 7th October at 2 pm from Ramanuj Mini Stadium, Shastri Ramanuj Higher Secondary School, District Headquarters, Baikunthpur. The competition is being organized for women belonging to the women self-help group formed under the National Rural Livelihood Mission and Urban Livelihood Mission.
District Panchayat Chief Executive Officer Smt. Tulika Prajapati told here today that on the Sweep theme based Rangoli competition, 11 thousand rupees for the first place recipient, Rs. 5 thousand rupees to the recipient of the second place and Rs. 3 thousand 100 will be given to the recipient of the third place. . In addition to this, 5 participants will be awarded a Satkhana prize of Rs.1 thousand 100 per participant. He told that participants participating in Rangoli competition will have to bring together all the material besides voter photo introduction letter (EPIC) in order to make color scheme. Registration for competition will be done by 6 pm on October 6. He has urged more women of the district to participate in the competition. The concerned development block can be contacted by the Office of the Project Manager for registration. Apart from this, Mr. Jagindra Singh mobile number 8349866519 for Vikaskhand Bharatpur, Ms. Kalpana Diwanangan mobile number 9755824288 for Vikaskhand Bhekundipur, Mr. Himanshu Korde mobile number 839589954 for development block, Ms. Supriya Kausip for development block Khadgwan mobile number 9907713066 and development block for Mannagar The registration can also be done by contacting Mr. Mastram mobile number 7999118465.



Majilis Rubella campaign from Oct 6 All children from 9 months to 15 years will feel the vaccine


Korea 01 October 2018 / In the Korea district as well as in the whole country, the Majils Rubella campaign will be run from October 6. Under this campaign, all children from 9 months to 15 years will be vaccinated. Collector Shri Narendra Singh Dugga has urged the citizens of the district to get vaccinated for all children from 9 months to 15 years under the Majilis Rubella campaign. He said that this vaccination will be done by health workers in all Anganwadi centers, government and private schools, madarsas and ashrams. This vaccine will be mainly helpful in protecting children from measles and rubella such as pneumonia, diarrhea, congenital divinity and death. He said that this vaccination campaign will be done only once, so he has asked the parents of the district to vaccinate his children in the form of vaccination in the form of vaccine in the past. For more information related to this campaign, he has urged the citizens to contact the health workers of Matanin, Anganwadi workers, teachers and close health centers of the respective area.




New District Public Relations Officer


New District Public Relation Officer (PRO) Shri Laxmikant Kosaria took charge in the District Public Relations Office here today in pursuing the guidelines of Korea 01 October 2018 / State Policy. Earlier, Mr. Kosrai was posted in the Directorate of Public Relations, Raipur.




More than 4.49 lakh voters will use their franchise Number of new voters 6 thousand 946 The collector addressed the press


In connection with the forthcoming assembly elections in Korea 01 October 2018, Collector and District Election Officer Shri Narendra Kumar Duga addressed the press in Swan Room located in District Collectorate here today. He told representatives of the print and electronic media of the district in the press conference that more than 4 lakh 49 thousand voters will use their franchise in this district. These include 6 thousand 946 new voters. The District Election Officer informed that final publication of voter list and service voter list has been done in the offices and collectorate office of all the electoral registration officer of the district under the Registration and Electricity Rule 1960. The general public and the interested person can observe the voter list in these offices. He said that 4 lakh 49 thousand 368 voters will use their franchise in the case of special summary year 2018 reference date 01.01.2018 in Korea district. These included 2 lakh 27 thousand 318 male voters and 2 lakh 22 thousand 36 female voters and 14 third genders and 3 thousand 663 voters. While the exact briefing was the total of 4 lakh 42 thousand 422 voters before 2018. There were 2 lakh 24 thousand 989 male voters and 2 lakh 17 thousand 437 female voters.

He said that he told that during the election, 15 static surveillance teams and 16 flying party groups were constituted to monitor the expenditure incurred by candidates and political parties and for effective control of the distribution of cash, textiles, materials, liquor etc. has gone. He said that monitoring elements are being monitored and effective action is being taken against illegal sale of liquor. He said that during the code of conduct, videography will be done through the video surveillance team of all types of meetings, rally, julus, nookar Sabha. He said that 82 Sector officers have been appointed to complete the forthcoming assembly elections in order to be fully and independently and 150 route charts have been set up to bring the election parties. He said that voter awareness campaign is being conducted to make voters aware about voting under systematic voter education and elective participation (sweep) program. Voter awareness program is being given information about the process of voting of EVMs and VVPat men in 92 hats along with all the 690 polling booths. Similarly, EVMs and VVPAT machines are being exhibited through voter awareness chariot in all the Panch Viking blocks of the district, Municipal Corporation corporation Chirmiri. Different media representatives were present on this occasion.




The establishment of the Child Protection Committee will also be in the urban bodies


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Collector Shri Narendra Singh Dugga has constituted Monitoring Committee at the level of Cooperative Committee for procurement of rice at support price in Kharif marketing year 2018-19. He said that paddy will be procured from November 01 in cash and linking in 20 district marketing centers. Paddy procurement will be done till 31st January, 2019. The president of all these co-operative societies will be the chairman of the monitoring committees. Apart from this, the nominated representative of Sarpanch and collector of the concerned area in the monitoring committee will be a member of the Monitoring Committee. Monitoring committee monitoring the quality of paddy and the purchase of paddy from registered farmers etc.

District Food Officer informed that the President of Cooperative Committee for Chhindandan Mr. Shankar Lal Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area, Mrs. Phulaswari, the representative nominated by the collector, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer of the respective area Mr. Shardul Vikram Gupta, Co-operative Society for Duryatikra Mr. Shivnarayan, President of the respective area, Mr. Shivbalak Pardo, Sarpanch of the respective area. , Shri K. Karya, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer, Shri K. Aryya, President of the cooperative society for Sarbhoka, Mr. Ramlakhan Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area, Mr. Yuukkumar, the respected Regional representative, registered by the collector, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer Mr. Vijay S, Chairman of Cooperative Committee for Irrigation Center Patna Mr. Rakesh Pratap Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area; Represented by the collector, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer, Shri M K Michael, Regional Co-operative Society for Girijapur, Mr. Vijay Singh, Chairman of the respective area, Mrs Parvati Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area, collector Nominated Representative Region Rural Agricultural Extension Officer, Shri TP Pawale and Sub. Rgn Center Chairman of Cooperative Societies for Rjuli Mr. Bhuduli relevant field of head Mrs Basanti Paikra, rural agriculture extension officer of representatives nominated by the collector region will be members of Deepak Kumar Sahu Monitoring Committee.

Mr. Nanai Singh, Chairman of Cooperative Committee for Chairperson of the Empowerment Center, Representative nominated by the respective district's Sarpanch, Smt. Shyamavati Gand, Collector, Regional Rural Agricultural Extension Officer, Mr. Man Singh Marwi, Mr. Fakir Singh, President of Cooperative Committee for Barabspur, Mrs Bechan Bai Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area, representative by the collector Shri B.L. Mishra, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer of Dhit region, Mr. Dhan Singh, President of Cooperative Committee for the procurement center Ghuthra, representative of the respected area, Shri Babu Ram, representative of the respective district representative, Rural Revenue Extension Officer Mr. Rehmat Ali Kazi, Mrs. Bhagmania, President of Co-operative Society for Kheda Khelhari, Sarpanch of the respective area, Smt. Mr. Sumitra Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area; Representative nominated by the collector; Rural Kishi extension of the respective area; Officer Mr. Neeraj Jaiswal, Cooperative Committee for Pooni Mr. Phul Singh, Chairman of the respective area, Mrs. Vandana Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area; Shri Laxman Singh, Village Agricultural Extension Officer, Regional Agricultural Extension Officer, District Collector, Jilla, Mr. Jai Singh, Chairman of the district, Mr. Sarpanch, Collector Surjit Singh, Rural Conservation Extension Officer, Shri Suraj Singh, Mr. Ganga Ram, Chairman of Cooperative Society for Catering, Mr. Ganga Ram, Chairman of the respective area, Mrs. Bhagmi Murakam, the representative of the respective area, representative of Rural Development Extension Officer Shri Ram Bihari Laure, Chairman of Co-operative Society for Junkpur, Mr. Ram Prasad Singh , Sarpanch of the respective area, Mrs. Jagmaniya Bai, Representative of the Collector nominated by the Collector Shri Laxmi Prasad Ahirwar, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer of Dhandh region, and Shri Bandhu Ram Bagha, President of Cooperative Committee for Medicare Center, Smt. Savita Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area, representative nominated by Collector, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer, Shri Apoorva Khakhkho Monitor Will be a member of the committee.

Mr. Devadatta, President, Co-operative Society for Co-operation Center, Cotadol, Mrs. Shanti Khairwar, Sarpanch of the respective area; Represented by collector, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer, Shri RK Singh, Chairman of Co-operative Society, for Mr. Kazan, Mr. Manabodh Singh Regarding the representative nominated by the collector of the area, Mr. Dhan Singh Marak, the Sarpanch of the area. Mr. Muneeshwar Singh Pachara, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer of the area, Mr. Budhu Lal Singh, President of Cooperative Committee for Excise Center Chirmi, Shri Narayan Singh Kusro, Sarpanch of the respective area, representative nominated by Collector, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer, Mr. Pushpak Patel, Mr. Pramod Kumar, Chairman, Co-operative Society, Center for Sonhat Sector head Uday Raj Singh, area related representatives nominated by the collector

 

 

 

 




The establishment of the Child Protection Committee will also be in the urban bodies


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The meeting of district child protection committee was held in the meeting room of Yeha District Collectorate under the chairmanship of Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga. In the meeting, he got detailed information about the work being done in respect of child protection in the district. In the meeting Mr. Dugga also gave directions for the formation of the Child Protection Committee in the urban bodies of the District Child Protection Committee and the members of the committee constituted in regard to child protection. In the meeting, he said that regular visits to the Child Home have been mentioned in the Annual Plan of ANM. They gave ANM instructions to visit regular childhood.

In the same way, they have spread the Adoption process in all the private nursing homes, to inspect the child line regularly on the bus stand and railway station and according to the Right to Education act, children of child care institutions in private schools are in touch. Prioritized even to give priority In the meeting, they were also discussed in connection with the works of juvenile justice board and child welfare committee and prison inspection. There were also discussions regarding the issues of missing children in the district and they gave the courtesy to follow the directions given by the High Court regarding the missing children. They learned about the tasks related to rescuers, rehabilitation and social integration of missing children.

On this occasion, Mr. Chandresh Sisodia, District Program Officer, Women and Child Development Department, gave detailed information about the work done regarding child protection. In the meeting, Additional Superintendent of Police, Smt. Nivedita Pal Sharma, Secretary of District Legal Services Authority, Ms. Sage Nayak, Chief Medical and Health Officer, Mr. S. Pekera, Assistant Commissioner of Tribal Development Department, Mr. C.L.Jayaswal, Head of the Municipality Baikunthpur. District Officers of District Child Protection Committee including Municipal Officer, Mr. Rakesh Sharma, District Bar protection officer were present.

 




Meeting of District Level Selection Committee for selection of beneficiaries under Employment Plans


The meeting of the District Level Selection Committee for the selection of beneficiaries under various employment schemes conducted through District Intermediate Co-operative Society in the convening of Collector 28nd September, 2018 / Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Duga was convened in the meeting room of District collectorate at 2 pm on October 4. is. Mr. Kamlesh Devangan, Executive Officer of the District Intergovernmental Co-operative Society, Mr. Badhai Lal Mahato, Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Labor, Sports and Youth Welfare, Mr. Bhaiyalal Rajwade, Korba Parliamentary Area, MLA of Bharatpur-Sonhat area, Mrs. Chandravadevi Pavel, MLA of Manendragarh area. Shri Shayam Bihari Jaiswal and the members of the committee, Assistant Commissioner of Tribal Development Department, Regional Transport Officer, Agriculture Department deputy director and requested to be present at the scheduled time and place of the General Manager of Industry & Trade Center.
 




Surgical Strike day today Various programs to be held till September 30


Korea will celebrate September 28, 2018 / Korea Day as a Surgical Strike Day on September 29 in Korea. Various programs will be organized in the district by the spirit of democracy till September 30. Under these programs, films related to essay competition, poetry lessons and nationalistic cultural programs awakening the spirit of nationalism, safety awareness, marathon races, folk songs, music, drama and surgical strikes will be displayed. These programs will be invited specially for the freedom fighters, retired army officers and staff of the police.
 




General Administration Committee of District Panchayat meets on October 01


In the chairmanship of the President of the District Panchayat, Smt. Kalawati Marakam, on October 28, 2012, at 12 noon, the meeting of General Administration Committee of the District Panchayat has been convened in the meeting of the Zilla Panchayat. In the meeting of the General Administration Committee, considering the transfer of Shikshak Panchayat cadre of less than 8 years of service period, timing pay scale, revised pay scales etc will be discussed. Mrs. Tulika Prajapati, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat has been appointed as the Vice Chairman of District Panchayat and Member of General Administration Committee, Mrs. Sarojini Kamro, District Panchayat Member and Member of General Administration Committee Mr. Devendra Tiwari, District Panchayat Member and General Administration Committee Shri Sharan Singh District Panchayat Member and Member of General Administration Committee, Shri Ravi Shankar Singh The time and are urged to be present at the location.




Training of Nodal Officers and Members of Video Monitoring Team, Video Overview Team, Static Monitoring Team, Udaydasta Dal


The training of video surveillance team, video observation team, Audenastra, static surveillance team and accounting team constituted in the district panchayat meeting room organized by the collector and district election officer for the election expenditure surveillance under Korea 28 September 2018 / upcoming assembly election 2018 was concluded today. Nodal officer appointed for expenditure monitoring in the training, Mr. R. A. Kuruvanshi was present. Various parties of Election Expenditure Monitoring were given detailed training through Mrs. Tulika Prajapati, Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Korea through PowerPoint Presentation, PowerPoint Presentation.
It was informed in the training that it is mandatory for the candidate to contest the election between the date of declaration of the election result from the date of nomination, to keep separate and correct account of all the expenses by himself or his election agent. The total expenditure incurred in different items should not be more than the set expenditure limit. Every election candidate has to submit the true copy of the account of his election expenditure to the District Election Officer within 30 days of the announcement of the result of the election.
It was informed in the training that there are two categories of expenditure mainly. The first category includes expenditure on publicity related items such as public meetings, posters, banners, vehicles, media, etc. This expenditure is admissible under the election law, but the second category, in which the effect of influencing the electors, liquor, any other Distribution of goods and paid news is included in corrupt practices, it is illegal to spend on such items.
It was informed in the training that the main objective of the election expenditure monitoring is to show the election expenditure under the first class with truth and to prevent the expenditure of the second category and to file the recommendations of the expenditure of the second category, to ensure the legal action, Parties are formed, including video surveillance team, video observation team, static surveillance team, documents and articles In addition to the team grievance monitoring control room, media accreditation and expenditure monitoring committee heads.
The video surveillance team is recording sensitive events and public rallies in the constituency, the team works under the supervision of the Assistant Expenditure Observer. This team records video of vehicles, poster, cutout, chair, furniture, light, loud speaker and transmits information to the video observation team by entering the information in the signature. The Video Overview team identifies the cases related to the violation of the Code of Conduct by observing the video and calculates the expenditure incurred by the candidate on the basis of video evidence and registers it in the photocopy register of the candidate.
The static surveillance team, through the check post, to maintain the purity of elections, monitors cash in the constituency or in the form of goods, transport of illegal weapons, monitors the liquor and anti-social elements, and prepares daily activity reports. Illicit cash transfers, alcohol distribution and suspicious items are detected by the police, and during the seizure, PANCHANA DOCUMENTS are prepared after making the video graph. During the election process, the inquiry and investigation of the person and the goods is done in the sequence of rules by the Udaydata Party. The shadow observation register and maintenance of folder of evidence of each candidate of each assembly constituency is done in the guidance of Assistant Expenditure Observer by the Accounts team. Total expenditure is calculated based on the notified rates by entry of various items of expenditure incurred by the accounting party by the accounting party.
In order to coordinate between different parties engaged in expenditure surveillance, there will be the Monitoring Monitoring Cell and the Call Center, in which the public or candidates submitted by the candidates will also be registered, the oral attendants will also be recorded and sent to the concerned officer for investigation. Through the expenditure surveillance, the assembly elections will be concluded by fulfilling and subject to the expenditure limit of the candidate. During the training, the questions asked by the students were given the proper answer. In the training session, District Kushal pradakshak Mr. U. K. Jaiswal was also present.




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