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Scout-guide Rover Ranger at Sirpur in Tourism Organizing the Sanatana Pakhwara


n Sirpur from 16th to 30th September 2018 Sanitary Pakkhada Sanitation under service campaign, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Raipur Chhattisgarh and archaeological department, Sirpur Raipur Mandal, started from ancient Lakshmana temple of ancient historical and religious city, Sirpur and visited the streets of the village. Tourism Festival and Sanitation to Tunnel Tila, on the occasion of Panchmahata Sanitary Service Campaign 2 Government Higher Secondary School, Sirpur and Nehru Scout Squad, Government High Secondary School, Patwa's Scout Guide, Rover Ranger, students and teachers have taken cleanliness public awareness rally. Rally in Tunnel Tila by the Ministry of Tourism, Raipur, Ashish Verma and Sachin Ji and the Ministry of Culture towards Raipur, Rakwad ji and Tirkey ji andArchaeological department of Sirpur, Nuri ji and Bhagirathi Gautayat addressed the rally. While presenting gratitude, Project Leader Nehru Scout Team SMU Patwa's Scout Master Tulendra Sagar told that the headquarters of the State Headquarters, Chhattisgarh, on the instructions of Bharat Scouts and Guides National Headquarters New Delhi. The scout guide Rover Ranger Team, under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan of Safa Bharat Abhiyan by Raipur, will be responsible for the protection and cleanliness of the National Heritage Laxman Temple Sirpur for one year. District President Mr. Kareram Sahu District Union Mahasamund and District Education Officer Mahasamud District Commissioner SK Guidelines of Shri B.L. Kurre, and under the guidance of the Commissioner of Municipal Commissioner, Mr. Mahasamund, has been given under the leadership of Mr. Tulendra Kumar Sagar Shah. U.Sala Patava, 02 std. Every day in the guidelines of the Department of the Archaeological Education Department. Scout guide Raya Ranger, to preserve the honorable heritage, cleanliness of the premises, the history of our culture and the history of the saga. Service is being done through the service. This service work was started on 16 September 2017, in which the full 1 year Scout-Gide Rover Ranger provided 2 hours service per day through SMT CL Lal Guider and Narottam Chakradari Schauer.

 




Collector's list of people in public problems Instructions for resolving the concerned officers


The villagers, local residents and delegation from all the development blocks of the Mahasamund district got information about their demands and grievances by meeting collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta in the Jan Darshan program. Various applications were received in the Darshan, in which various applications were received for providing financial assistance under various schemes, making ration cards, benefiting from the Prime Minister's housing scheme, removal of encroachment, possession of lease of land, leasing of land, demarcation of land.
The President and Members of Primary Agricultural Branch Co-operative Society, Khemada, in the district, submitted applications in connection with the opening of Paddy purchase centers in Village Mongarapali (Reva). He informed that the farmers of this area have to go to other cooperative societies, 12-15km for paddy sale. On this, the collector asked the concerned department officer to take necessary action. Similarly, Shri Ramnarayan Sinha of village Ghanchapali and Mr. Mashanand of village Rajpalpur, Mr. Bhuvan Sahu of village Bhurka and Mr. Mannu Lal Sahu gave application to get a house under the Prime Minister's Housing Scheme. Shri Krishna Chandrakar of Gram Tendulotha Art requested to get the financial assistance for his daughter's treatment. He told that his daughter's mental condition is not correct and her financial condition is not good for her proper treatment. On this, the collector gave the necessary instructions to the Chief Medical and Health Officer for their treatment. Apart from this, Mr. Vedram Nayak of village Sukhipali demanded mobile under the Communication Revolution Scheme (SKY). Mr. Khirod Pradhan of Jhargaranidih gave loan for the dairy farm, Mr. Kishor Kar of village Lumkeni removed encroachment on private land, Mr. Premlal Patel of Kisanpur gave compensation amount for falling house from heavy rain and women of Navagagruti Mahila Swashyahana group of Bagbahra The trader requested the pond to get a fish contract. District level senior officials were present on this occasion.

 




Collector's meeting of the deadline


Collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta reviewed the activities, plans and programs of different departments and took necessary directions to the officials taking a time-limit meeting in the meeting room of the District Office here today. Collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta said that for the Atal Vikas Yatra, officials should initiate action according to the responsibilities handed over. He said that the upcoming Vidhan Sabha Elections 2018 should be resolved on the basis of priority for the applications received for the revised voters list. He said that under the Communication Revolution Scheme (SKY), mobile distribution work is being done in the village panchayats of the district. For this inform the villagers by making a preferential bid and deliver mobile delivery according to the desired target.
In the time-frame meeting, the collector reviewed the development and construction activities run by various departments. He said that to start the approved works of the past, complete the starting works fast, complete the starting works faster. In the meeting, he reviewed the Chief Minister's new pension and said that it should take action according to the applications received under it. He said that more than five, more than 10 and more than 20 Divyan voters list immediately made available. He directed the immediate removal of the applications received from various commissions, the Chief Minister's Principal and the Collector Mahadarshan. In the meeting, District Panchayat CEO Mr. Riturraj Raghuvanshi, Forest Officer Mr. Alok Tiwari, Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, Joint Collector Mr. Shivkumar Tiwari, Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue and various departments district level officers were present.

 




Collector meets Lee Nodal and assistant nodal officers Preparations review


Nominal officers and assistant nodal officers have been assigned their responsibilities by the Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta for the upcoming assembly election 2018. Preparations have been started for proper discharge of those responsibilities. In this regard, Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta took a meeting of the nodal and assistant nodal officers in the meeting room of Collectorate here today. During this time, Mr. Santosh Singh, Superintendent of Police, Mr. Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat was specially present.
In the meeting the Collector and District Election Officer directed all SDMs to complete the data updation as the priority of the applications received in respect of the electoral rolls of their respective areas. He said that EVM machines and VP pat are being displayed in all four assembly constituencies of the district. Make sure to see government employees also observe it. He said that to ensure the meeting of the political parties' meeting on the developmental level also, and make them aware of other works including Model Code of Conduct. Apart from this, also prepare a list of micro observers. In the meeting, the District Election Officer said that programs should be ensured at a large level by speeding up the sweep program.
In the meeting of the Nodal and Assistant Nodal Officers, he said that to ensure the immediate removal of illegal hoardings in the district, to ensure the chief executive officer of the CMO and urban panchayats of urban bodies, to ensure the work of executive officers. He said that from where the voting material is to be distributed in the district, it will have a good effect. Apart from this, making the list of vehicles for the traffic arrangement from now. Apart from this, the employees who make the polling, choose the training site for the training and arrange the meeting arrangements there. He told the sub-divisional officials that while there are more than five, more than 10 and more than 20 Divyan voters, prepare the list of those polling booths and mark the two such polling booths in each assembly as a model polling station. . Additional Collector Shri Sharif Mohammad Khan, Joint Collector Mr. Shiv Kumar Tiwari and Sub-Divisional Officer, Nodal Officer and Assistant Nodal Officers were present in the meeting.




Information regarding the peaceful conduct of police officers and the code of conduct for the Model Code of Conduct


In order to get the information regarding the assembly elections 2007, every officer and staff, as per the approval of Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta, will be present in the meeting of the Forest Department to the police officers and employees, Model Code of Conduct Regarding the one-day training given by the District Masters Trainer Mr. Himanshu Bharti. He gave information regarding Model Code of Conduct for conducting fair and peaceful elections to officers and employees present in the training. Apart from this, information was given about preparations in different programs issued by the Election Commission of India. On this occasion, the police officers were informed through DEMO after giving detailed information regarding VVPAT and EVM, Ballet unit. On this occasion, all the police station and other police officers of the district including Additional SP Mr. Sanjay Dhruv, SDOP Mahasamund Shri Vinod Minj, Bagbahara Mr. Anil Kumar Dande, Pithaura Shri Kaushender Kumar Patel and Sarai Pali Mr. Rajiv Sharma were present on the occasion.
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Revenue and Police Department officials make better sense   Will Election Work - Collector


Training provided to the officers of revenue and police departments as necessary guidelines
Revenue and Police Department officials jointly concluded

In relation to preparations for preparations for Mahamasamund, September 14, 2018 / upcoming Vidhan Sabha General Election 2018, Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta, in the meeting room of District Office, here today, gave a detailed meeting of the officials of the Revenue and Police Department. Besides, training was also provided to the officials of revenue and police department. During this time, the Superintendent of Police Mr. Santosh Singh was specially present. In the meeting, the collector said that during the coming assembly elections 2018, revenue and police officers will work better with the elections by creating better harmony. For this, the officials of both the sections continued to interact with each other. When any incident related to the election and the facts unfold, make sure to deal with co-ordination while sharing with each other. Maintain communication and continuous communication for better cooperation and synergy. Make sure to create a WatUP group on reading the requirement. Once the Model Code of Conduct is started, they will be sure to follow them.
The collector said that during elections, permission will be required in the editing of many works, it will have to take action to give it within stipulated time. On the basis of the provisions and experiences, the process of independent and impartial election will be completed. He said that the boundaries of the district are connected to the bounds of other states, especially in these areas, action will be taken in the areas of coordination between police, revenue and excise department officials. Apart from this, mutual coordination is necessary to send the police force along with the polling parties. Superintendent of Police Mr. Santosh Singh said that as soon as the Model Code of Conduct is applicable, the relationship between the revenue and police officers should be complementary to each other and be sure to take action against each other accordingly. To maintain continuous dialogue between each other, formal and informal relations should be maintained between the two officers.
In the joint meeting of the revenue and police department officials, officers were trained in relation to elections, they were held along with Sector Officers, polling stations of four assembly constituencies, number of voters, master trainers till now. Various actions were conveyed. It was informed in the meeting that VV Pat is being performed along with EVM machine in the district. Physical verification of polling stations has been done. Apart from this, Sweep's work is also being implemented for the purpose of increasing the voting percentage. Vigilance and scholarships were printed in schools and colleges. Detailed information was given regarding the Model Code of Conduct during the training. It also explained in detail the use of vehicles, use of loudspeakers, timings for them, meetings, gatherings including bulk sms, poster banners etc. Along with the introduction of Model Code of Conduct, information was given in detail on property deformation, use of vehicles and various other topics. It was also informed about the suggestions, solutions and facilities in the meeting. Apart from this, the cases of foreclosure cases were also instructed to take action. In the meeting, Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, SDM Sarai Pali, Mrs Nupur Rani Panna, Joint Collector Mr. Shivkumar Tiwari besides the officials of Revenue and Police Department were present.




Voter list name for six students of loyalheld college added online


As per the revision of the electoral roll by filling the online form in the Library of the College today, on September 13, 2018 / Sweep Program, 6 students of Livelihoodhud College were applied for adding names to the electoral roll by filling up Form 6 on the Election Commission's portal. This includes Ritika Sahu, Seema Yadav, Meenu Devangan, Teetaksh Sahu, Meena Dhruv and Saraswati Sahu.




Voter list name for six students of loyalheld college added online


As per the revision of the electoral roll by filling the online form in the Library of the College today, on September 13, 2018 / Sweep Program, 6 students of Livelihoodhud College were applied for adding names to the electoral roll by filling up Form 6 on the Election Commission's portal. This includes Ritika Sahu, Seema Yadav, Meenu Devangan, Teetaksh Sahu, Meena Dhruv and Saraswati Sahu.




Children can make their future in the field of sports and its Many facilities are being provided by the State Government - Member of Parliament Mr. Sahu


Mahasamund, September 13, 2018 / 18th state level sports competition, was concluded from 10th to 13th September, 2018 in the mini stadium Maidan Mahasamund. Mr. Chandulal Sahu, MP of Mahasamund Lok Sabha constituency, was present on the occasion of the closing ceremony. The program was chaired by Mrs. Rupkumari Chaudhary, Parliamentary Secretary, Women and Child Development and Social Welfare Department. Mahasamund MLA Dr. Vimal Chopra, Chairman of the State Renewable Energy Development Agency, Credo Chairman Mr. Purandar Mishra, Chairman of Matikkal Board Mr. Chandrashekhar Paday, Chairman of Municipal Corporation Mr. Pawan Patel, District President Mahasamund Shri Dharmadas Willing, District as a special guest on this occasion. Panchayat Vice President Smt. Gopamoti Sahu, Minister of State for External Affairs, Mr. Poonam Chandrakar, Director of India Scout Guide Sh Sh Aetram Sahu, Councilor Mr. Sanjay Sharma, Mr. Sandeep Ghosh, Public Assistant Director of Education Directorate Mr. Skarkkars and regional offices Raipur attended Mr. Neelamani Chandrakar.

Chief guest of the closing ceremony Mr. Sahu said that sports should be encouraged along with studies as well. He further said that children can make their future in the field of sports jump and for this many facilities are being provided by the state government. Apart from this, players are given priority in the job. Presiding over the program, Parliamentary Secretary, Mrs. Rupkumari Chaudhary wished the children's bright future in the field of sports and said that children in this field should come forward and name the state in the field of sports. Apart from this, the game can also be adopted as a career.
Welcome to the Chief Guest and the Monsense Specialists, Mr. BL from the bouquet. Kurray District Education Officer Mahasamund, Assistant Director Mr. Satish Nayar, Shri Ajay Vishwas, Shri Himanshu Bharti, Shri N.K. Sinha, Ms. Anjali Beramal Six District Sports Officer. All specific people and guests were welcomed welcome by selling books and selling them. Welcome address Mr. B.L. Kurray was given by the District Education Officer. The platform was moderated by Shri Tekram Sen and Rajesh Sharma. Thanksgiving was done by Mr. Himanshu Bharti Assistant Operator. Salute to the players was led by Hemant Purak. Cultural Presentation Model U.M. And six U.V. By Mahasamund. The flag passed by the chief guest and honorable guest under the leadership of Hirenda Devgan. After that the termination of the game was announced lawfully. By flying the balloon, the flag was delivered by the chief guests to keep the Mr. B.L. Kurre District Education Officer and the organization secretary safe from the next game. On this occasion, the sports enthusiasts and special guests of the city, the honorable civic civillers were present in a large number.
 District Education Officer inaugurated the program in-charge and inaugurated the forum for managing director Ms. Shashi Prabha Thinte, Principal, Sh.D.S.M.M.V. Mahasamud, Cultural Program Committee, Convenor, Smt S. Chandrasan, SHAA Shri. Yogeshwar Sahu, BRC, Convenor, Transport System. Mahasamund, Housing and Playground arrangements Drinking Water System Chief Municipal Officer Mahasamund Executive Engineer Public Health Engineering Department Mahasamund Executive Engineer Public Works Department Mahasamund, Chief Medical and Health Officer, Food Meal Coordinator District Food Officer, Shri Kamal Narayan Chandrakar Disciplinary and Security Department, Sub-Divisional Officer Thana in-charge City Kotwali Mahasamun Mrs. Ami Rufs Mrs. Silence roux Mr. Si.alkchandrakr control room Shsnyeajk Rdhunath Sinha, Manoj Dritlhre sports official Kekyukkk Mahasamund Shri Ashok Giri Goswami Shri Hirendra Kumar Sahu, Shri Ramlal Patel, Sunil Kumar Bhoi, Imran Ali, Seven Das Manikpuri, Gaanesh Ram Kosare, Beduram Ram Ram Kumar Sahu, Tuleendra Kumar Sagar, Shri Bhojraj Sidar, Rajesh Divan Smt. Rajeshwari Dhruvanshi, Smt. C. S. Lal, Vasudha Barle, Anju Prajapati, Housing Traffic In-charge and all direct indirect colleagues Thank you for the lively cooperation.
Results of 18th state level school competition

In the result of the 18th state-level school sports competition handball, 17 year old child winner Raipur emphasis, runner-up Durg Zone and third Janjgir. Handball: 17 years winner Raipur Zone, runner-up Jashpur Zone and third Kanker, thrower wrestler Raipur, 14 wins in Run Bolar, Runner-up Durg and third in Kadagaon, thrower Ball Bastar in 14-year girl, Runners up in Kabaddi and 3rd Raipur. Ball Badminton, 14-year-old child winner Durg, runner-up, Kabirdham, third Raipur, Ball Badminton, 14 year old girl winner Kabirdham, runners-up, Raipur and Third Durg Zone. Rugby football winners in 14-year-old boy Bastar, runners-up in Kabirdham, third Raipur, rugby football, 14 year old girl winner Raipur, runner-up Kabirdham and third rank. Rugby football winners Raipur, runners-up Bilaspur, third Janjgir in 17-year-old boy Rugby football champion in rugby football 17 years, Raipur, runner-up, Korea, third Janjgir, rugby football, 19 year old child winner Raipur, runner-up Bilaspur and third bastar. Rugby football 19-year-old girl wins Bastar, runner-up Bilaspur, third Janjgir. In the same way, Kabaddi 19 year old child winner Durg, runner-up Raipur and third Kabirdham and Kabbadi were the winners in 19 year girl Rajnandgaon, runner-up Bilaspur and third Kanker.




Zero Budget-Natural Farming Welfare for the Country and Society - Agriculture Minister Shri Agarw


Five-five acres in the fields of Agriculture Department, Seed Corporation and Krishi Vigyan Kendra will be zero budget, natural agriculture

Launch of two-day workshop on 'zero budget-natural agriculture'

Agriculture Minister Shri Brij Mohan Agarwal has said that the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, medicines etc. has resulted in farming being a less profitable business; thus, the concept of "zero budget - natural farming" is not only for farmers but also The country and society are also being proved to be welfare. He said that "zero budget-natural agriculture" is a technique in which no chemical fertilizer is used to farm, nor does it need to buy pesticide medicines from the market. Shri Agarwal thanked the inventor of this method, Shri Subhash Palekar and announced that "zero budget-natural agriculture" commencement in five-five acres of area in the fields of agriculture department, seed corporation and agricultural science centers in Chhattisgarh Will. Mr. Agrawal was launching a two-day workshop organized by the Department of Agriculture and Biotechnology at the "College of Zoology- Natural Agriculture" in the auditorium of Agriculture College, Raipur here yesterday.

    Agriculture Minister said that more than 75 percent of the farmers in Chhattisgarh are marginal or small farmers who have limited capacity to invest in agricultural as well as their size is small. It is not possible for such farmers to cultivate expensive resources. In such a situation, zero budget-natural farming is a good option. This is a safe method for the fields as well as for human and animal health and the environment. Mr. Agarwal instructed the officers of the Agriculture Department to organize a training program of 5,000 farmers before the 15th of the succeeding month. Mr. Sunil Kuzur, Commissioner of Agricultural Production said on this occasion that zero budget - natural farming is a very good concept in which maximum benefits can be obtained from the minimum investment. He said that good results of Shri Palekar's experiments and research conducted for long period have been achieved and today only about five lakh farmers of three thousand villages of Andhra Pradesh have adopted this agricultural system. He informed that 48 Agriculture Officers of Chhattisgarh Agriculture Department are being sent to Andhra Pradesh to study this agriculture system there.

    Padmashree Shri Subhash Palekar, promoter of zero budget - Natural Agricultural Retention, said that chemical farming cost more, due to which the fields are poor and have a bad effect on the health of humans, animals and the environment. He said that while working in tribal areas, he found that there is a self-developed, self-sustained and fully self-dependent natural system in the forests. In that ecosystem there is good development of flora. They have developed the method of zero budget-natural agriculture by testing these natural processes on their fields. He said that the production of chemical farming initially increases but after a few years production starts declining, whereas in natural agriculture the production continues to grow, the quality of the crop is improved and the cost of farming is low. This method also has a good effect on human health and the environment. Shri Palekar said that this method of natural agriculture is becoming popular day by day and today it is popular in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Rajasthan and Gujarat states. About 30 lakh farmers are doing zero budget-natural agriculture. Andhra Pradesh's Agricultural Adviser Mr. T. Vijay Kumar gave information about the activities and results of the implementation of zero budget-natural agriculture in Andhra Pradesh.

    Vice Chancellor of Krishak Kalyan Parishad, Shri Gopal Chandra, Secretary Agriculture Mr. Anup Srivastava and Chancellor of Chhattisgarh Kamdhenu University Dr. N.P. Mr. Abhijit Singh, Managing Director of Mandi Board, Mr. Narendra Pandey, Director, Horticulture and Director, Department of Agriculture and Biotechnology, Mr. M.S. Kerketta was also present. In this workshop, more than five hundred progressive farmers from state, district and developmental level officers, Indira Gandhi Agricultural University and Kamdhenu University administration officers and scientists and all the districts of the state of agriculture, horticulture, animal husbandry departments and related institutions were involved.

 




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