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District Youth Parliament Program will be organized on 28th January.


Balrampur January 24, 2019 / Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, New Delhi, as per the instructions of the District youth Parliament Program of Government College, Balrampur, will be organized on 28th January. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi shared his thoughts on becoming "the voice of India" in the "mind talk". Principal Prof. N.K. Devangan told that youths need to be motivated to join the Youth Parliament program to get knowledge of the parliamentary process and the problems surrounding them, to express the significance of the schemes of governance. Various colleges and non-institutional youths in Balrampur and Surajpur districts have been selected by Walk-In-Interview and Digital Process for District Level Youth Parliament Program. The selected youth should be present at Government College Balrampur at 11.00 a.m. on January 28, 2019. In this program, the global perspective established by India on terrorism, global norms set by India on economic criminals, global perspectives established by India on climate change, play India - an opportunity for emerging players, on the best time to create an identity for Indian players. The competition will be organized. Participants have to submit their views and facts on the above topics in the District Youth Parliament Program. Its duration will be 2 to 3 minutes. They will be evaluated by 05 members of the scheduled jury. 1 panel of 5 best speakers will be finalized by the decisive committee in the order of merit. The three best speakers of each district youth will participate at the state level. The prashasti certificate will be provided to the best speakers of District Youth Parliament. Additionally, participation certificates will also be provided to all the participants. The evaluation criteria for the selection of speakers for the State Youth Parliament has been set by the Jury Committee. The State Youth Parliament will be organized from 5 to 7 February 2019 at the state level. Selected participants at the state level will get the chance to join the National Youth Parliament.




Last rehearsal of Republic Day


Balrampur January 24, 2019 / Republican Day in District Headquarters Balrampur, January 26, 2019, the main function is to be accorded with dignity, this is the final and final rehearsal today. In the final rehearsal of Republic Day, the Superintendent of Police, Mr. TR Baalu Kosima and Additional Collector Shri Vijay Kumar Kuzur took stock of necessary preparations and arrangements.
The main function of the Republic Day January 26 will be held in the new stadium Ground Balrampur. On this occasion, CRPF, S.A.F. With the police and city forces, various school children of the city presented marches past, exercise and cultural events with full enthusiasm and enthusiasm. Parade inspection, Harsh fire, march past, cultural program etc. were finalized in the final rehearsal of the main function. The necessary directions were given to the concerned officers in connection with the preparation of the Parade Ground and other arrangements including the arrangement of the Additional Superintendent of Police and Additional Collector.
      On this occasion Additional District Superintendent of Police Mr. Pankaj Shukla, Divisional Officer Revenue Ramanujganj Mr. Durgesh Verma, District Level Officers, teachers of different schools and students of different schools were present.




nstructions for not transferring official-employee transfers and charges employed in Electoral Rolls Special Concurrent Review


Balrampur January 18, 2019 / As per the Election Commission of India, in the situation of 01 January 2019, the special brief revision program of electoral roll has been announced. In which the initial publication of electoral rolls has been made on 26th December 2018 and the final publication is to be done on February 22, 2019. Instructions have not been issued regarding the transfer and charge of employed officers-employees in the special brief revision of electoral rolls by the Election Commission of India and the Chief Electoral Officer.
The Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Hiralal Nayak has been directed to all the Head of the District that such officer-employees who are associated with preparation, revision and revision of electoral rolls, according to Section CC of the Public Representation Act 1950 In the Election Commission, deputation will be considered and during this period, he will be given the control, superintendence and discipline of the Election Commission Will be subject to In such a way, the transfer of the officer-employee employed in the electoral rolls work / effect of work changes on the revision work. Therefore, do not change the transfer / work of any officer-employee associated with the work of the electoral rolls. In the special circumstances, it is necessary to change their transfer / charge in view of the administrative arrangements, after getting the approval from the Election Commission.




Purchase of 1055432.10 quintals of rice in the district so far


In Balrampur 18 January 2019 / Kharif marketing year 2018-19, paddy is being procured at the support price from 23752 registered farmers in 37 paddy cultivation centers of 28 Cooperatives of Balrampur-Ramanujganj district. So far, 1055432.10 quintals of paddy has arrived in paddy procurement centers of the district. Out of which 54157.10 qtl thick rice and 1001274.70 qtl diluted paddy have been purchased. There has been an uprising of 441038 quintals of paddy.
The cooperative committee of the district is in 24696 in Kapildevpur, 21152.80 in Runhat, 32529.60 in Kusemari, 56807 in Kameshwar Nagar, 6451.40 in Kodawa, 28284 in Gopalpur, 29466.80 in Chando, 38565.80 in Jamari, 3178 in Jodpaath (Bharatpur), 6178.20 in Dipedeh, 18493.60 in Dongro , 68437.40 in Trikunda, 31702.20 in Dhandhapur, 23735.20 in Daura, 8547.20 in Passa, 22816 in Baroda, 34594.40 in Barakikan, 21589.20 in Batikikan, 18671.60 in Baradar, 35499.60 in Baris, 8260 in Balgam, 53279.20 in Balrampur, 39833.10 in Maharajganj, 955.60 in lymphatic, 67502 in Bhanwarwaj, 54385 in Mahabirganj, 17675.40 in Raghunathnagar, 10053 in Basin, 2020 in Rajpur, 4,236 in Rajpur, 30,299.20 in Ramachandrapur, 30999.20 in Ramnagar, 31314.80 in Basantpur, 33088 in Vadfanagar, 29934.20 in Dindo, Virendranagar 30245.60 in Sewari, 27994.20 in Saveri and 6107.20 quintals of paddy in Samaria has been purchased from the farmers.




Post matriculate scholarship online deadline


Balrampur: All government / non-government colleges, ITIs, polytechnics and nursing colleges run in the district on January 18, 2019. The students of Schedule ST, Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes, who are eligible for post-matric scholarship run by Tribal Development Department. Such students are being made online on the website of the application, acceptance and distribution of post matric scholarship for the academic session 2018-19.
Under which the department has fixed the scheduled deadline for 2018-19 to lock the proposal approval for the registration of the students and institutions. On January 30, 2019, to apply for online application by student, on February 20 for locking the draft proposal, 11 March for locking the approval order and KYC by the institutions. The last date for submission has been fixed till March 25, 2019.




Collector takes immediate action on the applications of widow


Balrampur, 18 January 2019 / Due to accidental death due to the birth of the pregnant woman of Ramchandrapur, his widow wife, Aguiya, reached the joint district office today and met the collector Mr. Hiralal Nayak and submitted the application for Family Assistance and widow pension. On receiving the application after the collector took serious note of his applications, the Chief Executive Officer, the District Panchayat, handed over instructions to Immediate National Family Assistance and Widow Pension or Chief Minister's Pension Scheme as per rules. The Collector has asked the Chief Executive Officer to mark such poor and helpless persons in his work area and arrange for them the benefits of immediate schemes.




Meeting of Sakhi One Stop Center and District Child Protection Committee concludes


Balrampur held on 17th January 2019 / District level Child Protection Committee, District Level Advisory Committee, District Task Force, Child Welfare Committee and Sakhi One Stop Center for the rights of children and women organized under Joint District Office Building under the chairmanship of Shri Hiralal Nayak done.
The meeting was discussed in the meeting regarding the proceedings of the previous meeting by District Child Protection Committee and Sakhi One Stop Center. The Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Balrampur, the Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat, Sarv Tehsildar and Naib Tehsildar, Sarpanch, Secretary, Employment Assistant, Incharge of the Sub-Station and all the stations, in the meeting, by Mr. Hiralal Nayak, the Central Administrator of the Sakhi One Stop Center. Directing the SDOP's mobile number and directing them to take necessary assistance. He asked the District Program Officer and the Central Administrator to go all the government offices in the middle of the women and all the women and propagate the facilities provided in the Sakhi One Stop Center and the legal facilities to be received. The Collector instructed Additional Superintendent of Police, Mr. Pankaj Shukla to provide security guards for the protection of women in the Sakhi One Stop Center. He will coordinate with the Chief Medical and Health Officer of the Central Administrator, if necessary, to take additional A.N.M. Asked to ensure the convenience of providing facilities. Field Worker of the One Stop Center of the Sakhi One Stop Center was directed to provide the information of the women suffering at the village level and to provide housing, security and other necessary facilities for them. He asked all the information related to the scheme to reach the citizens and encourage people to register for birth.
In the meeting, the cases discussed in the Child Welfare Committee, the Juvenile Justice Board were discussed by the collector. He asked the police to stop monitoring human trafficking from the village level to the district level and seek help from the police department. In order to prevent child labor, the District Task Force was directed to conduct guerrilla operations regularly in the hotels, schools and other professional institutions and take action against the employers who have child labor. The collector has been directed by the collector to make officers for the rights of children by making channels, and blocking human trafficking, illegal migration and child labor, by making the channels of officers and employees of Panchayat, Development Block and district level child protection committee.
Additional Collector Shri Vijay Kumar Kuzur, Chief Executive Officer Mr. Shiv Anant Tayal, District Program Officer Mr. J.R. Principal, Women and Child Development Officer, Mr. Manoj Khalkho, District Child Protection Officer, Chief Medical and Health Officer, Chief Municipal Officer, Labor Inspector, Mineral Inspector, Chairman of Child Welfare Committee, Chairman and members of the respective department including officers and staff were present.




Closing ceremony of three-day Tataji festival On the last day Bhojpuri singer Pawan Singh created a bandh


Balrampur concludes with a colorful cultural program of Tatapani Festival 2019 which will be held on the occasion of 17 January 2019 / Makar Makar Sankranti Parab. In the day-to-day program, state and local artists from the state and district participated in the cultural program.
The concluding ceremony of the three-day festival program of Taatapani Festival and Sankranti Parab 2019 was held in the presence of Ramanujganj MLA Mr. Brihaspat Singh. The MLA of the area, Mr. Brijpat Singh congratulated the performers presenting the program at the three-day festival to compliment the people of the area and congratulate them. The last day of the program, Bhojpuri singer Pawan Singh, singer Amrita Dixit, Anand Mohan, Sudhir Singh Chhotu and other artists took the heart of the audience through attractive singing and dance. Similarly on the first day of the festival on January 13, Chhattisgarhi singer Shri Deepak Chandrakar and Mr. Lakhan Lal Devangan and Aditya and Chandrika Jhank in local presentation and on January 14, Shri Anuj Sharma of Chhattisgarh Folk Art, Hindi song by singer Shri Anil Shrivastav, Bhojpuri singer Shri Rakesh Mishra, choreographer Monika Rai and in the local presentation by Stuti Jaiswal, the colorful cultural car Went the presentation of the course. In the program Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh and local people engaged in the district enjoyed the thrilling three-day program. On this occasion, Superintendent of Police, Shri T.R. Kushma, Additional Collector Shri Vijay Kumar Kuzur and District Representatives of the district, dignitaries and district level and block level officers and representatives of the media and officials of different departments and the general public were present in large number.




Colorful cultural events being offered by artists


Balrampur 15 Jan

In the 2019 three-day festival at the Tatapani Festival Sankranti Parab, a colorful cultural program is being organized by local and outside artists. On 13th January Chattisgarhi singer Shri Deepak Chandrakar and Shri Lakhan Lal Devangan and local presentation were presented with colorful cultural program by Aditya and Chandrika Jhank.

Similarly, on 14th January, the presentation of the colorful cultural program by Chunni Ganapati, Shri Anuj Sharma, singer Shri Anil Shrivastav, Hindi songs, Bhojpuri singer Shri Rakesh Mishra, choreography Monika Rai and local performances by Stuti Jaiswal took the people's heart. District Administration was honored with a memento by local emerging artist Chandrika Jhank and Stuti Jaiswal. A large number of audience including the elected representatives of the region, dignitaries were present in the program.




Rural Agricultural Extension Officer Suspended


Balrampur 15 Jan

Due to negligence in procurement of paddy by the rural agricultural extension officer of the area Balrampur-Ramanujganj district, and the rural agricultural extension officer of the area Balongi, he was found guilty of violation of Civil Service Practices Rule 1965 (3), due to negligence in procurement and non-discharge of his duties.

Shri Yogendra Singh has been suspended by the Collector Mr. Hiralal Nayak under the Rule (9) of Civil Services (Classification Control and Appeal) Rule 1966. In the suspension period, their headquarters office has been appointed Deputy Director Agriculture Balrampur. Mr. Yogendra Singh will be eligible for allowance as per rule of law.




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