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Invite application under the expression of interest in Laivlyhood College

Bemetra September 25, 2018: - The expression of interest for selection of channel partner for training operation in 16 sectors, District Project Livelihood College, Bemetra, was invited in the prescribed forms by 10 September 2018 noon 12:00. Due to lack of channel partner selection in the said sector, the expression of interest for selection of channel partner for training operation in 13 sectors has been invited in the prescribed forms till October 03, 2018 evening and the application will be opened at 5 pm. For detailed information, the information board of the website WW W. Dat Bemetara can be done on the basis of the information book or the District Project Livelihood College (District Panchayat Bemetara).

Chief Minister's visit arrived by collector inspecting general meeting place

Bemetra September 24, 2018: - Collector Mahadev Kaware visited the Blak Headquarters Saza on Monday and discussed the preparations for the Chief Minister's 'Atal Vikas Yatra' on September 26. During this, he gave necessary directions regarding platform arrangements, bericates, meeting, drinking water arrangements etc. Senior Superintendent of Police H.R. Manor, Additional Collector, R. s. Women, District Panchayat CEO S. Alok, Executive Engineer Loniiv MR District level departmental officers including Jatav, Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue Saja Umashankar Sahu were present.

Organized program on advanced technology for crop production under my gaurav campaign

Bemetra September 24, 2018- A day-long farming training program was organized by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi, in the village of Jhal, in the past through financially funded all-India integrated agriculture weather project. Mr. Hori Lal Sinha, the chief guest of the program was a member of the district. The theme of the training program was "Advanced Technique of Crop Production" in the context of "Climate Change" under My Village My Gaurav Campaign. First, the object specialist of the Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Dr. Ranjit Modi started the program and said that the role of Krishi Vigyan Kendras in agricultural uplift is important. In the state of Chhattisgarh, 25 Krishi Vigyan Kendras have been established and only two districts are left to be established in Sukma and Kadgaon. Climate change is happening in the state of Chhattisgarh and there is a sign of increasing temperature and change in rainfall in Rabi. After this, Mr. J. El Chaudhary Senior Scientist and Chief Investigator, All India Integrated Agricultural Weather Research Project gave information in the context of the project. It was told that research work is underway by Indira Gandhi Agricultural University but information of research work is not accessible to the farmers. Therefore, the expected results are not available. Keeping this in mind, my Gaurav campaign has been undertaken in the entire India year by the Government of India so that the information of research work can reach the farmers. He told about agriculture and weather forecast information related to climate resistant farming techniques and the availability of agricultural and meteorological forecast under rural agricultural weather service. Through the mobile government of India, almost two crore farmers are getting information about weather and agriculture advice in the whole country. In Chhattisgarh, about 14 lakh farmers are being sent this message. This goal of the Government of India is that India can get this information from 9.5 crore agricultural households throughout the year. So that farmers can take advantage of advanced agriculture. It was also informed that every year, a national level farmers' fair is organized by the efforts of Indira Gandhi Agricultural University and Agriculture Department, through coordinated efforts, so that the farmers can get benefitted by accessing them. After this the farmers were informed that due to adoption of soil and water conservation and dairy farming, development in agriculture is possible and this is the time demand.

Dr.R. Thamatam, senior scientist and chief agricultural science center, Bemetra said that keeping in view the climate change, the integrated farming system is an integral option. He gave lectures on the role of climate change and agricultural science centers. Dairy farming, poultry, silk farming, mushroom production and fish farming in integrated agriculture system can be coordinated in agriculture. The farmers of Chhattisgarh keep the water in view of the uncertainty of rain. Nowadays weather-based crop insurance schemes have come and farmers should use it. Farmers will have to adopt the techniques of fodder production for their cattle throughout the year. After this, Mr. Rajkumar Solanki, Sub-Divisional Officer, Agriculture Department informed that various schemes of Chhattisgarh state government are going on and farmers can avail the benefit. Nowadays, there is a need to adopt various measures of plant protection in the paddy crop. In the Department of Agriculture, the scheme for exemption received by Chhattisgarh State Government related to diesel pump and electric pump is also underway and the farmers can avail this benefit.

The Prime Minister's Crop Insurance Scheme was explained in detail. It was stated that the sum insured in paddy-based and irrational uninsured is different. Farmers also get insurance benefits through crop harvesting. Mr. M.K. It was also informed by Tantua Rural Agricultural Extension Officer that nowadays the time has come for "Saal Health Card" in which farmers can use the quantity of balanced chemical fertilizers in their fields and other detailed information. . By cultivating various high quality varieties of crops, the crop can be protected from drought and other natural calamities. The Bemetara district has the option of various crops, and in the Kharif season, maize crop is getting very good profitable. After this, the performance of the crops of Arhar and Kodo is also good. In the coming years, along with paddy and soybean, the cultivation of these crops will be more beneficial. The program was also attended by students of Agricultural College Bemetara Rao (Rural Agricultural Work Experience) students. At the end of the program, the memorandum was given by Mr. Sanjay Bhelave, Research Associate, Department of Agricultural Meteorology, Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur.

Collector's review of Prime Minister Ujjwala

Bemetra September 24, 2018- Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware reviewed the gas connections distributed since the beginning of the scheme, after review meeting of the flagship Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme of governance today. LPG Gas Distributors and Food Department officials were present in the meeting. The collector said that while giving gas connection under the Ujjwala scheme consumers are being forced to buy lighter and the complaints have been received for recovering the excess amount from prescribed fee. Consumer litters can buy from anywhere, they should not be forced. Also in this regard, complaints received from the Bemetara District from the government level were also received in the Jana Mandal program. Under the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme, 67 thousand beneficiaries have been distributed to beneficiaries in the Betemetra district so far. During the current session, a target of giving gas connections to 23 thousand eligible beneficiaries has been given. The collector instructed the gas distributors that the KY 30 rupees incentive amount as PDS Instructions to give to the shop. The District Magistrate said that after taking the connection, refilling it in remote rural areas, motivating consumers to refill. It was also decided in the meeting that all the distribution of all the distributor so far has been stalled by all the distributors is yet to be certified, in the future, the distributor will be responsible in this regard if any kind of complaint is received in this regard. Action will be taken after the discrepancy is found. The collector said that under the scheme, distributing a refilling vehicle every week for refilling and motivating people to refill the villages in which they have been distributed by the distributor in the villages. In relation to gas subsidy, there is a complaint received in the public through the connections holders that there is no subsidy in the account and they are misbehaved by the agency operators. In this regard, you are all directed to tell the beneficiaries the reason and do not misbehave, such complaints are not repetitive. Distributor of LPG Gas Company, District Food Officer Bhupendra Mishra was present in the meeting.

Organized camp under Seamless Electricity Bill Scheme

Bemetra September 24, 2018- Under the Seamless Electricity Bill Scheme, camps will be organized on 12th September, 12 in Bemetra division and 12 villages of Saaza division. In these villages - Dangnia, Bahuwanwagaon, Banshapur, Garh, Gurud, Karman, Salhghori, Khambi, Kavarka kampa, Rampur, Sonpuri, Taregaon, Khangarpath, Boharadih, Anandgaon, Dehri, Lalpur, Chongkhpari, Badhra, Kodwa, Dakepur, Karamal, Hattanpan and Bagley is included. On Wednesday 26th September, camps will be organized in 14 villages of Bemetara division and 10 villages of Saaza division. In these villages, Pendri (Balasamund), Bawghatoli, Kusima, Dangniya, Sonpuri, Karchuva, Puran, Gadaghat, Bahanga, Karahi, Seoni, Murkuta, Sonpuri, Poussi, Ufra, Mudarparkal, Bharda, Khurusbod, Salhaypur, Naradi, Baggumar, Pathpongi and Kesari are included. On 27th September, 6 camps of Bemetra division and 5 villages of Saaza division will be organized. These villages include Banshapur, Jong, Lalpur, Jhal, Khapri, Tingalijewarra, Navagam, Pendravan, Mazgaon, Deorbija and Kareli.

Assembly election 2018 Sector Magistrate appointed to maintain peace

Bemetra September 24, 2018: - In order to maintain peace and law and order in the district under the Legislative Assembly Election 2018, the District / Chaki Area Revenue Officers have been appointed Sector Magistrate. Collector Mahadev Kaware said that in Tahsildar Bemetra Ms. Umaraj to Police Station / Chakey Bemetara, Naib Tehsildar Bemetara Rajkumar Maravi to Behari, Tahsildar Navagad Bhupendra Gaware to Navagad, Naib Tahsildar, Nandighat, S.L. Sahu to Nandghat, Tehsildar Birla, Ms. Neeta Thakur, Berla, Tehsildar, Saja Tarasingh Khare, Saaza, Tehsildar Khhamaria, Praful Rakk, Khammariya, Naib Tehsildar, Sajja Chandrashekhar Chandra Charkar, Parpodi, Naib Tahsildar, Sanjas Pauras Vental to Devakar, Naib Tehsildar, Berla Ajay. Chandravanshi has been appointed Kandarka, Naib Tehsildar Navagadh Ravindra Kumar Kurray as the Sector Magistrate.
Rishi Tiwari appointed Public Prosecutor

Bemetra September 24, 2018: - Ministry of Law and Legislative Affairs of the Government of Chhattarpur, Government Raipur by the Government Advocate / Public Prosecutor Bemetra, appointed on the post of District Bemetra, Mr. Rishi Tiwari Advocate, District Bemetra (Chhattisgarh) For the period of three years from July 13, 2018 or till the age of 62 years, the Government is appointed for the first time, whichever is earlier. Also, the Public Prosecutor has been appointed for the same period while exercising the powers conferred by sub-section (3) of section 24 of the Penal Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (No. 027474).

Assembly election 2018 Appointed zonal officer

Bemetra September 24, 2018: - Zonal officers have been appointed in three assembly constituencies of the district to ensure smooth and peaceful completion of the Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 in the district. Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kaware has appointed 26 officers under the Navagadh constituency as Zonal officers. These include Food Officer Bemetra Bhupendra Mishra, Zone-Tammari, six. Project Officer District Panchayat Bemetra GP Pandey to Nandighat, A.D. Navagadh Water Resources CR Spreading Sahu, CMO Beat up Sanjay Singh, executive engineer, R.E. Mrs. Sana Sonal Huffmann to Putpura, District Marketing Officer Bemetara R.S. Sambhalur, Vikalchand Education Officer, Navagad Balllal Chaturvedi, Lalmore to Gordhikala, Deputy Director Social Welfare Bemetara BR More to Badarana, District Excise Officer Bemetra S.N. Swapanji, Assistant Engineer, Prof. G.O. Bemetra B.C. Gupta to Nandal, CMO Navaghat Sanjay Bhimate to Navagad, SDO Krishi Bemetara Rajkumar Solanki Murata, Manager District Industry Center Bemetara Gopal Rao, Dean Agricultural College Bemetara GK. Awadhiya, Gandiya, Assistant Engineer, G.C.Y.O. S.D. Raman to Murkuta, Anne.PH.E.E. Bemetra S. Netam to Gangapur, A.D. Loniwi Navagad U.K. Devangan has been transferred to Umairia, Assistant Engineer, Prof. G. Sr., Bahaharsari, District Mineral Officer, Mrs. Meenakshi Sahu. K.R. Tandai bearded, assistant director Khadi Gramodyog KP Semaria to Parathas, work. A P.M.G.SY Bemetra S.K. Sahu to Khandasara, T.P. Max. District Analyst Bemetra Praveen waves to Mohatra, six Project Officer District Panchayat Bemetra M.P. Banther has been appointed as Attariya, Assistant Project Officer, District Panchayat Bemetara Vivek Goswami, Assistant Assistant Officer Ashok Kumar Singh Chandanu and Forest Officer Bemmetra Tilochan Sahu as Mohanjega Zonal Officer. Apart from this, three officers have been kept in the reserve, among them, Principal Shah Maha. Bemetara da D.D., Civil Surgeon Bemetra da Satish Sharma, six District Education Officer Sunil Tiwari is involved.

It has been stated in the order issued by the collector that the concerned zonal officers should observe the route according to the route chart of their zone area, inform the concerned department if inspection and verifying the door, window, furniture repair and access road damaged by the polling station building. So that the necessary improvements can be made. To be present in the election training itself and also to train members of the polling party. In the polling station building, the assembly election 2018, the number of polling station, the name of the polling station, should be written at the intimate scene. Identifying the sensitive village from the point of view of formation of the Village and Ward wise Awareness Group, give information in the enclosed form. Incorporate 05 to 10 non-political persons in the group, which will organize group discussion, rally etc. in the village and give information about crimes under Section 171B. In the form the police station will sign the charge.

Chief Minister's Vishal Sabha in Saaza

Will give 138 crore 5 lakh rupees development works to the residents
Bemetra September 24, 2018: - During the state-wide Atal Vikas Yatra, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will arrive in Saza in Vikalkhand, Bemetara district on September 26. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh's main hospitality will be inaugurated at 2.00 pm in the inaugural ceremony of various development works, fundraising and distribution of materials. Where he will address the huge General Meeting and give the citizens a loan of 138 crores worth of development works. The program chaired by the Minister in charge of the district, Mr. Punnulal Mohle. Shri Dayaladas Baghel, MP, Parliamentary constituency Shri Tamrampraj Sahu, Parliamentary Secretary, Mr. Bachchand Bafna, MLA Bemetra Mr. Avdesh Singh Chandel, District Panchayat President, Smt. Kavita Sahu, President of District Panchayat Saja, Mr. Om Prakash, as Special Guest. Verma, Chairman of Nagar Panchayat Saza, Mr. Manoj Jaiswal has been held in the presence of dignified presence. Development exhibitions based on government schemes and programs will be set up by different departments of the district.

Chief Minister approves development works worth Rs 13.85 crore in Bemetra district

Distribution of crop insurance of 87 lakh rupees to farmers
Rs. 34 lakh under the Rajmata Vijaya Range Kanya Vivah Yojana, distribution of Rs. 50.88 lakhs under the Ninehal Scholarship Scheme
During the Atal Vikas Yatra, there will be the Vishal Sabha
Bemetra September 24, 2018: - In the General Assembly held on 26th September, 2018 in the district headquarters, Saza, during the Atal Vikas Yatra, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh inaugurated 68 different construction works of the cost of 138 crores 05 thousand 13 thousand rupees and laid the foundation stone To the development work. In this, the launch of 15 different construction works of 54 crore 37 lakh 54 thousand rupees and the construction of 53 different works of 53 million 67 lakh 59 thousand rupees for the construction of various lands. Under the Rajmata Vijayarajya Kanya Vivah Yojana, Rs. 34 lakhs, distribution of rupees 50.88 lakhs under the Ninehal Scholarship Scheme will be distributed in the function. Collector Mahadev Kaware said that the Chief Minister Dr. Singh will inaugurate the works, in which major upgradation of Saja-Somikal-Chilphi-Bendari-Ranvirpur road is 13 km. The cost of work is Rs 24 crore 09 lakh 28 thousand rupees, rest house in Thankhmahari Rs.1 crore 19 lakhs, officers in saja, housing construction work for employees Rs. 4 crore 88 lakhs, sub health center accounts 7 lakhs rupees.

Chief Minister Dr. Construction of high level bridge construction works on the Amaner river between Sukhbirkhal and Sukhrikhurd, costing Rs. 7.77 crore, cost of construction of high level pool construction work (Lonavidu Cetu division Rajnandgaon) on Karva Nala in Bamhani, Samandwara road, in which lion works; Work 60 million, cc Construction of road co-groove in Kopadbury, Agari, Lakhri, Taurasemaria, Rs. 56 lakhs, Hedidob reservoir top and canal work in the canal and construction of pucca works, Rs.2.22 million rupees, repair of architectural wall of Karwa distribution wall, pitching work of the flax band Slus Restoration of Gate and Small Canals Rs. 10 crore 15 lakh, remuneration of damaged right, main canal remodeling and lining a single aquacoot Defense Construction 2 crore 98 lakh 70 thousand rupees, Dotu diversion scheme of the left bank canal of R. Construction of aqueduct at 7680 (DMF) 39 lakh 26 thousand, Karsara Nalajal feeding scheme 51.65 lakh, Banneranka water supply scheme 53.87 lakh, Borrati Naljal feeding scheme 55.38 lakh, Somikkhurd drainage feed scheme Rs. 17.27 lakh , Sauksha (Lalpur) Naljal feeding scheme Rs. 17.31 lakh, Somikal naljal feeding scheme Rs. 19.09 lakh, Shyampuramppa Naljal feeding scheme Rs. 15 lakhs, Bhadakala and Bhandarkari drainage supply scheme 19.95 lakh for the work to build a fully-equipped Tue building Karesra 10 lakh, pinching action of the pond near Gutan village Tendobata and pond mercury Gutan leveling 15 lakh, Tendobata Ward No. CC in a Road construction work Rs 10 lakh, Higher Secondary school Devkar Access road, Primary health center Devkar access road 16.08 lakh, Pathrrikkal Highschool road construction work 12.20 lakh, High school building Kanhera reaching road 19.75 lakh, Bareh, Khapri, Islapur, Chizgaon , Construction of Paleni, Barga road, Rs 56.53 lakh, Gharivari dam to Turasemaria reach road construction work Rs 31.07 lakh, from Mohitra check Mleedih route includes both sides of the groove construction 19.98 million rupees, Saja four sub-health center serves 28 lakh for construction under the block key.

Chief Minister Dr. On this occasion, on the occasion, 798 farmers in various schemes will provide insurance cover of Rabi season 2017-18 under the Prime Minister's Crop Insurance Scheme amounting to 87 lakh 40 thousand rupees. Under Chief Minister Rajmata Vijayarajya Kanya Vivahan Yojana, Rs. 34 lakhs to 170 beneficiaries, Rs. One lakh 56 thousand rupees to 32 beneficiaries and Rs. 5 lakh 88 thousand rupees to 2638 children under the Ninehal Scholarship Scheme under Sister Maternity Aid Scheme. Apart from this, the Chief Minister will also distribute the incentive amount of the crop to the farmers. Apart from this, the distribution of gas connections under Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme, distribution of tool kits to the workers under the various schemes of the Swayam Health Card, Labor Department.

The district recorded an average rainfall of 880.1 mm

Bemetra September 22, 2018: - In the district from 01 June 2018 to 22 September 2018 880.1 mm Average rainfall has been recorded. Highest of 1251.4 mm Rainfall in Bamshera Tehsil and minimum 623.2 mm Varsha has been recorded in Navagad Tehsil. According to the information received from the Superintendent of District Office, Bemetra, from 12th June to 22nd September, 2018, 1251.4 mm in Bemetara tahsil. Rainfall, 890.0 mm in Berla tehsil Rainfall, 683.0 mm in Saza Tehsil Rainfall of 953.0 mm in Thankhmaharia Tehsil Rainfall and 623.2 mm in Navagad Tehsil Rainfall is recorded. Similarly, in the condition of 22nd September 25.2 mm in Bemetra tahsil Rainfall, 46.0 mm in Berla tahsil Rainfall, 49.0 mm in Saza Tehsil Rainfall, 21.0 mm in Thanhkhamaria tahsil Rainfall and 20.0 mm in Navagad Tehsil Rainfall is recorded.

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