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On January 26, the special Gram Sabha will be organized by the collector, Mr. Jain, the meeting of the Li officials in this regard.

Mahasamund 17 Jan

Collector Shri Sunil Kumar Jain held a meeting of officials of revenue, forests, primitive caste welfare and food department for implementation of the Forest Rights Act in the meeting room of the District Office here today.

In the meeting, the Collector said that in the Gram Sabha scheduled to be held on January 26, 2019, in the Gram Sabha, earlier rejected as per the directions of the state government in relation to scheduled tribe and other forest dwellers (implementation of Forest Rights Act 2006 and rule 2017 as amended 2012). The lease of the acquired monopoly will be reviewed. For this, the Village Savarkar Vanraj Samitis are being formed. In the Gram Sabha, Field Officers of Revenue and Forest Department will be present in the meeting and inspecting the spot to ensure the possible action.

Collector Shri Jain said that a proposal for this effect will be introduced in the special Gram Sabha on January 26, in addition to this, the Prime Ministers, Prime Minister Housing Schemes, Coalition of Agricultural Land, to improve their living standards through food security and livelihood to forest leaseholders. , Skill development, food seed farming equipment and irrigation equipment and irrigation facilities will be provided.

Apart from this, the co-ordination of related departments will benefit beneficiaries from various schemes. On this occasion, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Shri Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Additional Collector Mohd Sharif Khan, Pithora's Sub-Divisional Officer (Revenue), Mr. P.C. Ekka, Deputy Director, Panchayat Department, Abhimanyu Sahu, Assistant Commissioner of Tribal Development Department, Shri N.R. Devganan, Food Officer Shri Ajay Yadav, General Secretary of the Forest Department, Mr. Manoj Chandra Rikar, and other officers were present.

Probable debt scheme of Rs.12, 63 crores for the year 2019-20

Mahasamund 17 Jan

In the District Office of District Level Bankers Committee, Collector Sunil Kumar Jain released the proposed scheme for the year 2019-20 for the primary area of ​​Mahasamund district by the Mahasamund Branch of National Agriculture and Rural Development Bank.

In this regard, Mr. K.G. of NABARD Manoj said that the national and state priorities of agriculture and rural development, such as agricultural production and processing, increase in productivity, construction of rural infrastructure, opportunities for livelihood of non-agricultural sector, skill development of youth, women empowerment through micro finance activities To get NABARD every year, the potential loan plan for each district of the country (PLP) Prepares Avej.

It is the subject matter of this document to direct the necessary infrastructure and support services to convert the feasible possibilities present in different areas of the rural economy and converting them into the expectations and activities of the various stake of the development process. In this order, this booklet has been released for the district. He informed that in the year 2019-20, the target of a potential loan scheme of Rs. 12, 63 crores has been set for the district.Meanwhile, Deputy Director of Veterinary Department Mr. DD Jharia, Assistant Commissioner of Tribal Development Department Mr. RN Devangan, all the bankers of the district were present.



District Level Bankers Committee Meeting

Mahasamund 17 Jan

Collector Shri Sunil Kumar Jain reviewed the targets, approvals and distribution of various beneficial schemes run by the government while taking a meeting of the District Level Bankers Committee in the district office here and giving necessary guidelines to the bankers in this regard. During the meeting, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Mr. Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Mr. Manish Maheshwari of RBI, Mr. S.S.R., Deputy Regional Manager of Dena Bank. Mahapatra, Lead Bank Officer Shri Arun Kumar Mishra was particularly present.

In the meeting, the collector said that the targets have been set to the banks under the schemes of the government, and ensure the immediate acceptance of cases related to them. He has instructed the banks whose target achievement is not adequate, keeping them in view of the urgent time-limit and making progress. The meeting also discussed specifically about the targets set under Agriculture, MSE, OPS, and their receipt. In the meeting of the bankers, in such rural areas of the district where the services of banks have not yet reached, there was a discussion on opening branches of different banks and related to bank friends to increase banking services.

During the meeting, Annual Plan, Prime Minister Janhana Yojna, National Rural Livelihood Mission, Personal Loan Case under National Urban Livelihood Mission, Target of group loan case and review of their distribution, Prime Minister Shrijan Yojna, Chief Minister Youth Employment Scheme, Antyodaya Swarozgar Yojana and Tribal Self Employment Scheme reviewed.

The collector said that in order to ensure the acceptance of the cases and their distribution in accordance with the target given to the occupational department, the Field Officers of the Department of Excellence should visit the branches of different banks and ensure the action. Apart from this, in the meeting, review was also done in relation to Prime Minister Money Scheme, FLCC, Prime Minister Housing Scheme, Standup Scheme.

Security camp starts for recruitment camp

Mahasamund 15 Jan

With the aim of providing employment to educated unemployed youth, 300 security guards will be recruited by Security and Intelligence Services India Limited, Garia Band. The District Employment Officer said that the camp will be organized from 10 am to 4 pm in all the development blocks of the district. The dates for this are prescribed, in Janpad Panchayat Pithora, on January 16, 2019 in Basra, 17 January 2019 in Basna, 18 January 2019 in Saraypali and 19 January 2019 will be held in Mahasamund Janpad Panchayat. This camp has been appealed to young people to participate.


Instructions for speedy resolution of the cases received under the Public Service Guarantee given by the collector

Mahasamund 15 Jan 

Collector Shri Sunil Kumar Jain reviewed the work by taking a time-limit meeting in the meeting room of the District Office here today. In the meeting the Collector said that to ensure immediate disposal of cases received under the Public Service Guarantee. He has given strict instructions in this regard to the CMO of all the revenue officers and urban bodies.

He said that in relation to providing loans under the Micro Small and Medium Entrepreneurship (MSME) Promotion Program of the Central Government, all the concerned Departments with the back camp on every Friday in the entire district will be entitled directly to the schemes to benefit the beneficiaries. Action is being taken on the site to accept the loan and prepare loan. Under this, the camp is being organized in Birkoni on January 19. For this, the concerned officers have been directed to complete the necessary action.

It was informed in the meeting that the date of training for various committees, officers and employees at the district level has been proposed under the upcoming Lok Sabha election 2019. Training of RO, ARO and Master Trainers on February 7, 2019, IT Staff Training on 8th February, Training of Nodal Officer on 11th February, Training of Sector Officer on February 15, MCC training, on 14th February, EEm training on 15th February To, Training of MCMC on February 16, the training of videographer on February 19, training of Hands on EVM Training Presiding Officer and First Voting Officer on February 20, 21 and February 22, will be held at EVM. Training of the inferior team on February 23, the first training of the polling team on 23, 24, and 25 February, the training of micro observers on February 28,Second training of Voting Team on 11, 12 and 13 March, third training of the polling party, candidates, election agent, counting staff and material distribution return workers will be organized on receipt of the election program.

In the meeting, the collector took the information of revenue, land records, digital signature etc. He also reviewed the works, schemes of Social Welfare, Public Works Department, Collector Mahadarshan, PM Portal, Panchayat and Rural Development Department, Women and Child Development Department and other departments. The Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Shri Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, Mr. Alok Pandey, District Level Officers of various departments were present in the meeting.



Latal entry in class 9th in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Exam for 2 February

Mahasamund, January 14, 2019 / Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, in Saraypali, has got admission letter for students who have filled the application for late enrollment in class 9th. As per the information received from the Principal of Navodaya Vidyalaya, the candidate can download the application directly by Navodaya Vidyalaya's Site Dyunhaav International. This examination will be conducted in SaraiPali, Government Model Bad Higher Secondary School Saryapali and Saraswati Shishu Mandir Saraypali in front of Madhav Rao Golwalkar Higher Secondary School, Sarai Acharya of Sarai Pali, on February 2, 2019.

Collector's meeting of Food Department and Rice Millers Instructions for raising of paddy by the time

Mahasamund, January 14, 2019 / Collector Shri Sunil Kumar Jain took the meeting of Food Department officials and the Rice Millers of the District in the meeting room of the District Office today. Officers and members of the District's Rice Millers Association were present in the meeting. It was informed in the meeting that 134 Aravas and 40 Usna Rice Millers are registered to work for custom milling. In the meeting, the District Food Officer informed that out of 5 lakh 30 thousand 394 metric tonne paddy received in the district, two lakh 25 thousand 313 metric tonnes of rice has been lifted by the Rice Millers of the district.
In the meeting, collector Jain said that the millers should give quick instructions to the Food Department officials to issue notice to them for speeding up the uptake of paddy according to their milling time. He said that at the time, the rice in the Food Corporation of India is also submitted. Food officials said that one lakh 17 thousand 705 metric ton paddy has been transported from paddy collection centers. He has the capacity to take 140 liters of rice per day in the district. The Food Officer told that some work is not being done by some Rice Millers to lift the paddy and provide the food for the Indian Food Corporation. On this, the collector, Mr. Jain instructed such millers to bring progress in the work of custom milling. District Food Officer Mr. Ajay Yadav, Deputy Registrar Co-operative Societies, District Marketing Officer, District Manager, Civil Supplies Corporation and Millers were present in the meeting.

Health Department urges citizens to prevent avian influenza

Mahasamund 11 Jan

In view of the outbreak of AVN influenza in some parts of the country, guidelines have been issued to be vigilant by the Health Department of the State Government and appeal has been made to the general public to take proper precautions to protect against avian influenza and Protect The Chief Medical and Health Officer has advised to be cautious while explaining some necessary remedies and symptoms in this regard.

He explained that symptoms of bird flu in humans such as fever, throat damage, cough, headache, muscle pain, colds and nose bleeding. Complications of bird flu such as infection of the eyes, difficulty breathing, pneumonia and inflamed swelling in the heart, avian influenza; transfusion of infection is transmitted through infected migratory birds and poultry birds in humans.

Those who live in poultry farm deficiency, birds and egg sellers, bird and egg markets, are more prone to bird flu. Such people are also prone to spread from one man to another, birds (especially poultry); Infections of infectious diseases are likely to spread to infectious diseases in humans. Infections in poultry birds can be spread in neighboring states by the arrival of birds infected with birds affected by infection.
Due to the spread of avian influenza infections in pet or non-pet birds, this infection can pose a risk of spreading in humans. Due to the proper anti-infective measures, the disposal of dead infected birds can reduce the risk of infection spreading from humans. In case of infection of humans in avian influenza, high episode mortality can be up to 60 percent.

The Chief Medical and Health Officer told about the measures to prevent this, that if a person has a complaint of cold fever in the area of ​​birds, contact the immediate nearest physician and get treatment. Do not touch the birds' wings, saliva, and waste; Always keep a nose and mouth mask or a dense cloth while caring for birds, avoid pregnant women and children coming in contact with animals and birds.

Do not eat dead birds or poultry from the disease, do not eat raw or uncooked meat, eat after meat cooked at 70 degree centigrade for more than 30 minutes, those who come in contact with poultry birds or their products repeatedly have their hands Wash with soap and water, clothes, shoes, sandals etc. should be washed at least once a day. Try to be vegetarian as long as possible, while cooking the food in your hands,Clean all the utensils and surfaces in contact with the hot water and soap, use only after washing the meat and eggs properly; If there is sudden death in the pet and non-pets, then this information will be immediately available. Give to veterinary officer and do not touch dead birds and proper execution.



Collector inspected the unit of weavers committee

Mahasamund 11 Jan

Collector Shri Sunil Kumar Jain, spoke about the handloom units established by the Jagriti Cooperative Weavers Committee located at Bhanwarpur and Mr. Ajatram Devangan, and they talked to them. During the inspection, the operators of these committees displayed various products produced by them and told them to obtain the raw material for them and called the market of their products. He also told his problems. Collector Shri Sunil Jain said that the possible assistance can be made available under the schemes of the government. During this time, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Shri Ritterraj Raghuvanshi, SDM Sarai Pali Shri Vinay Kumar Langeh, Additional Collector Shri Alok Pandey were present.

Women groups also come forward and take loans under self-employment under schemes, made financially strong: collector

Mahasamund 11 Jan

Under the various schemes of Micro Small and Medium Entrepreneurship, efforts are being made by the district administration to make the beneficiaries self-employed and making them economically viable. Under these efforts, camps are being organized in various development blocks of the district, where the applications of beneficiaries are approved by the beneficiaries on the camp site and they are being provided the letter of acceptance letter.

In this context, camp was organized in the premises of Gram Panchayat in Bhanwarpur of Vikas Vikas, under the guidance and guidance of the Collector Shri Sunil Kumar Jain, under the scheme of Micro Small and Medium Entrepreneurship (MSME) promotion program. Under this scheme, sanction letter has been distributed to beneficiaries at the camp site after sanctioning loans of 14 beneficiaries, 24 lac 63 thousand under different schemes of micro and medium enterprises related to various schemes.

On this occasion, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Shri Rituraj Raghuvanshi, SDM Saraipalali Mr. Vinay Kumar Langeh, Additional Collector Mr. Alok Pandey were present. Addressing the villagers present in the camp, Collector Shri Sunil Kumar Jain said that the camps are being organized in the district to make them self employed by making loans for small, micro and marginal people. This effort is being made to make the people interested in entrepreneurship and self-employment establishment to become self-reliant. He said that the self help groups of the district are also employing employment by taking advantage of loans under various schemes.

He said that through self employment, women self help group is engaged in preparing different types of products. The products of these groups will be directed to use in different government departments of the district. He also said that other women groups also came forward and set up self employment in the form of loans under the schemes and became financially empowered.

He said that in such camps, the villagers are particularly present and informed about the schemes implemented by the departments of different government departments through the department, take advantage of it. He urged the common man to present an application for the enterprises who want to set up in these camps. Officials will fix their prompt

The collector said that the Jam Portal has been arranged for small and small businessmen, by which it is made available online and the market is available for it across the country. There are many such entrepreneurs in the district who are preparing different types of good products. They can all register in Jam Portal and can easily sell their product. The venue of the District Trade and Industry Center, Village Industries, Skill Development Department,In order to benefit from self-employment and interest-based schemes by joint coordination with the other employment departments, including the labor department, handlooms, intermediaries, cooperative finance and development corporations, bankers of the district, gave information about the public welfare and interest-oriented schemes of their department and how Benefits can be availed, they have been exposed to their overall processes.

Along with these entrepreneurship camps, here today, the Department of Health has renewed the certificates of the Divisions and the camp was organized for the registration of the new, where a large number of Divyanjans were present and the renewal and registration of their certificates Edited or In addition to this, a large number of people were also given health check on the occasion of World Diabetes Day.

E-Rikshak was distributed by the labor department at the camp site, while the labor card was also distributed to the workers. Simultaneously, certificates were also distributed to the trained youth under skill development upgradation.

On this occasion, Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. S.B. Mangrulkar, Deputy Director, Animal Husbandry Department, Mr. D.D. Shri Gajghate, General Manager, Jharia, District Trade and Industry Center; Assistant Commissioner of Tribal Development Department; Shri N.R. Shri Deveganan, Labor Commissioner, Shri Ghanshyam Water Grihi, District Program Officer, Women and Child Development Department, Mr. Brijen Singh Thakur, NABARD's District Development Manager, Mr. K.G. Manoj,The Minister of Skill Development Authority, Mr. Ashok Sahu, Ms. Pranita Tamboli from Laillyhud College, Lead Back Officer Mr. Arun Mishra and the villagers along with the officers of various banks of the district were present.

Loan Approval letter for self-employed given to youth

Under the Micro Small and Medium Entrepreneurship (MSME) promotion program today, in the camp today, Rs 2 lakh 50 thousand rupees for the helpline of Janaki Devi Self Help Group, Rs. 98 thousand for Santosh Mehar e-rickshaw, John Wilson Das to the Computer Sector 5 lakh lakhs 76 thousand rupees, Rs. 5 lakh 76 thousand rupees for Sant Kirtan Deep computer center, Rs. One lakh under NRLM to Jai Ambhe Mahila Samiti,Rs one lakh for the Mahatma Swaayo Swastha Group under the NRLM, 25 thousand rupees for the handloom to Mr. Rohit Lal Devangan, 25 thousand rupees for the handloom of Mr. Dayaram Devganan,Rs 25 thousand for handloom, Rs. 25 thousand for the handloom, Rs. 38 thousand rupees for the handloom of Seema Devangan, Rs. One lakh under NRLM to Ambe Women Self Help Group, Saraswati Mahila Sammel under one NRLM, one lakh rupees, Chandrasekhar Nayak to Floor 4 lakh rupees for the mill and Tarakeswar Negi received an acceptance letter of 50 thousand rupees from the anchor.

Happy satisfaction with e-rickshaw

On the camp site organized at Bhanwarpur, the labor department handed over the keys to two beneficiaries, Santosh Natay and Shankar Patel by e-rickshaw. Mr. Santosh Nate, a resident of village Mahaladab, told that he used to do the work of Hamal, Helper etc. in the first garage.

Then he saw the e-rickshaw roaming in the city and after running, maintenance, etc., he felt comfortable working in the work, after contacting the labor department, he completed the process of applying and got the information that he was the only one to get e-rickshaw Lakhs 10 thousand rupees will be paid as a installment and the government will get subsidy of 50 thousand rupees. While not delaying, Mr. Dave completed the document and was given the key by the collector, Mr. Jain, in the camp itself. Shri Nave informed that now they will conduct e-rickshaw operations and ride in the surrounding rural areas, thereby improving its economic condition.


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