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Organizing a legal awareness camp in a seven day special camp by the National Service Scheme Unit


Surajpur 10 Jan

According to the information received from the Principal of Government Higher Secondary School, Kandari in the direction of Collector Shri KC Devsenapati, the Chief Judge Kishore Justice on the sixth day of the seven-day special camp organized by the National Service Scheme, organized by Rashtrapati Bhavan, Board SurajpurIn the presence of Shri Pankaj Alok Tirki's Chief Guest and Secretary of District Legal Authority, Mr. Shiv Prakash Tripathi, the legal literacy camp was organized and the villagers and scholar students of the village have been informed about the law.

The Chief Guest in the camp Chief Justice Kishor Board Surajpur Mr. Pankaj Alok Tirki said in his remark that due to ignorance, many of us have committed crimes. He gave detailed information about the functioning of the juvenile justice board, procedure, protection of children, motor vehicle act, attachable act etc. The Secretary of the District Legal Services Authority, Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi gave detailed information regarding the functioning and purpose of the District Legal Services Authority, free legal aid and advice etc.

In this order, the District Child Protection Officer Mr. Manoj Jaiswal said that the children of juvenile justice act protection, child welfare committee, children involved in narcotics, Child Marriage Prevention Act 2006, illustrate the impact of child marriage in the lives of children. Said that we all have to come forward to overcome this social evil. He gave information in detail of the Child Labor Act, the Po Box Act.
On this occasion, a large number of villagers were present along with Sarpanch Shri Symbar Singh, Program Officer Mr. Rajiv Kumar Singh, Urmila Singh, along with Reseo's self-service, school students.

 




Tender for fishery, fishery production, fishery work, invite till January 25


Surajpur 10 Jan

According to information received from the chairman / secretary of Kenapara Water Bodies Development Committee under the direction of Collector, Shri K.C. Devsenapati, according to information received from Canapara Water Bodies Development Committee, Koyra No. 06, Cage 08 Battery (32 Nos.) Fishery registered for fishery production, fish production Cooperative society / fisherman group has to be given for 7 years. For which sealed tenders can be submitted to the Office of the Assistant Director, Fisheries Department, Surajpur through direct / speed post / registered post in the office till 25 January 2019. For more information, the notice board of the Office of the Assistant Director of the Department of Fish Fisheries and the notice board of the website of www.surajpur.gov.in can be reviewed.

 




Workshop on social audit and recovery process concluded


Surajpur 10 Jan

In connection with the information received from Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat in the direction of Collector, Shri K.C. Devsenapati, a one-day workshop was organized on 09 January 2019 regarding the process of social audit and recovery in the District Panchayat Resource Center, Surajpur

The District Panchayat CEO Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha and the Principal of the District Panchayat Resource Center Mr. RK Sharma informed the participants about the meeting and collection of clearances. In the workshop, detailed training was given in connection with the social audit and recovery process by social audit unit Raipur Mr. Mehr Gadekar and SDM Surajpur Dr. Subhash Singh Raj.

Program Officer including SDM Bhayyathan Mrs. Jyoti Singh, SDM Pratappur Mr. CS Pankara, APO MNREGA including Mr. Anil Kumar Singh, CEO of Tahsildar / District Panchayat / Naib Tehsildar, Kiran Pradhan, Mr. Malkan Singh, Mr. Ranvir Singh, Mr. Narayan Avtar Singh MNREGA, Senior Internal Assistant Contracting Officer and Panchayat and Social Education Organizer were present.




Placement camp organized on 18th January


Surajpur 10 Jan

According to information received from the District Employment Officer, Mr. Manik Ram Jaiswal, in the direction of Collector, Shri K.C. Devsenapati, Placementate camp was organized in the office premises of Surajpur District Employment and Self Employment Guidance Center on January 18, 2019. In which private sector employer Chhattisgarh's watchman, weekly newsletter Manjusha residence, Deviganj road, Ambikapur, District, Sarguja, 01 post of District Bureau Head, Academic Qualification, Graduate Pass, 01 posts of Computer Operator, Academic Qualification, 12th Pass and 1 year Computer Diploma, 01 posts of Office Assistant, Academic Qualification, 10th Pass, and Reporter 01 Posts Academic Eligibility will be admitted for the 10 th pass. Interested candidates can avail the opportunity by appearing on the said date.




General Meeting concluded


Surajpur 07 January 2019 / General Meeting of District Panchayat Surajpur is held today in the meeting of District Panchayat in the presence of District Panchayat President Mr. Ashok Jagte and Chief Executive Officer District Panchayat Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha and District Panchayat Vice President Mr. Girish Gupta. Gone.
In the meeting, the Chief Executive Officer of the Zilla Panchayat Mr. Jha said that the selection of beneficiaries at the district level has been done in the presence of the people in the presence of representatives and farmers should be benefited. While discussing in the meeting, it was informed that no post in respect of appointment to women and child development department is vacant, all the posts are being met. Under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojna, in the year 2017-18, the road for upgradation of heavy traffic from 3.75 meters to 5.50 meter has been received for approval of 04 roads in the district whose length is 64.15 km. The work of detection of roads is in progress. In the meeting, the approved works under MNREGA were discussed and it was conveyed that 11 thousand 20 sanctioned dables were being done in the district. In which 36 thousand 510 laborers are working. In the General Meeting meeting, discussing the good fortune of the Department of Electricity, it was informed that APL and BPL will be prominently benefited and electrification will be provided in every household according to the target. Under the Kaushal Vikas Yojana, 04 thousand 380 candidates have been benefited by training in the Library Head College. In which more than 500 trainees are working under CIPET, the remaining trainees are working in different areas. While discussing the social welfare department in the meeting, it was stated that online pension payment is made by the Government of India for Widow Pension, Divya Pensions and Old Age Pension. In the rural area under the Old Pension, 03 thousand 79 people and 325 Pension holders in the urban areas are paid pension. Similarly, in connection with the distribution of fertilizer seed by the Department of Agriculture in the General Meeting, in relation to road screening by the Public Works Department, regarding the relocation of the tubewell mining by the Public Health Mechanics Department, the construction of the work currently being done by the forest department Detailed review was done in
The meeting was attended by MLAs including all District Panchayat members including MLA Naresh Rajwade, Project Administrator and Additional Chief Executive Officer Mr. RK Sharma.




National Service Scheme Unit created a stop dame on the fourth day of seven day special camp by volunteers


According to the information received from Principal of Government Higher Secondary School Kendra, Surajpur 07 January 2019 / Collector Shri K.Deswarapathy, according to information received from the Principal Higher Secondary School, Kandari, on the fourth day of the seven-day Special Camp organized by Rashtriya Sewa Yojana, Through the cleaning of the Bell Sokhta drain of pandari para of village Lue water was built Dame stop for the purpose of conservation. It is important to know that the people of the village use water from irrigation to drinking and bathing from the drain flowing in pandari para of village rajapur. Most of the villages need water from this gutter. Keeping this in mind, the volunteers constructed the Nahani Ghat at different places in the Nullah and after cleaning the drain, it was informed that the importance of water conservation and promotion of rural people was created by creating a stop dam. Also, information on ways to protect natural water sources was given.
On this occasion, the Program Officer Mr. Rajiv Kumar Singh said that water security is the responsibility of all of us. They appealed to all the villagers to plant more trees. In order to make the program successful, the volunteers Ajay Kumar, Son Kumari, Chotu, Ramkumari, Sunil, Umashankar, Anju, Anita, Mamta, Poonam, Kamalabhana, Sanita etc. have an important role.




Rs. 24 lakh sanctioned to 06 beneficiaries of natural calamity victims


According to information received from Surajpur 07 January 2019 / Collector Shri KD Deesanapati, Additional Collector Shri KP Sai provided financial assistance of Rs. 24 lakh to 06 beneficiaries of natural victims. According to the release order, Rashmi Agarwal, husband of Arun Kumar Agarwal, Jatiya Agarwal, of the deceased resident of village Dhilmili, died on May 26, 2017, due to the collapse of the fall of the tree due to a storm storm, and the closest heritage of the deceased, her husband Arun Kumar Agarwal, Shivshankar Agarwal and Vikram Khand, the deceased resident of village Prasala under Surajpur Shiva Singh's self- On December 30, 2017, due to his death due to drowning in the water of the well, his nearest daughter-in-law of the deceased, his wife Babli husband, self-styled daughter Anika Angita and son Ankit, father Sw. Shiv Singh, died of the deceased resident of village Nirvai. Death on 20th March 2017, due to his death due to drowning in the water of the well, his nearest fate of the deceased, his wife Phuleshvari, husband, son of Hirasya, Raju and Rajendra Putha Due to death due to celestial death on August 18, 2018, due to death of Sukul Jati Godd, deceased resident resident of village Jhansi, died on October 18, 2018, due to the death of a native person, his father, Sukul, was born to a beautiful woman, the husband of the deceased resident of village Prashadih Due to death due to drowning in the water of the well on December 02, 2017, the death of self-borne Bamudur Ram Jati Panika, due to his daughter-in-law and death Due to death due to drowning in the water of well on 08th August 2018, the death of Jayapat husband Rupashya Jati Sori of Village Sylphili resident of village, has been sanctioned financial assistance of four lakh rupees to his son Sukul Ram. . In anticipation of this allocation, the demand number 58 will be deemed to be in the anticipation of the allocation in the financial year 2017-18 under the Top 2245 Natural Disaster Relief.




First and foremost in the male and female category of women in the district level Marathon


Surajpur 07 January 2019 / District level marathon race was held in Surajpur under the auspices of District Administration and Sports and Youth Welfare Department. In which 60 selected 60 women and 60 male participants from the development block participated. Incharge Game Officer M. Gaus Beg said that in this race, 10 km for women category and 20 km for men category was set. For the first place runner in both the men and women category, Rs. 5000 / -, 2500 / - III, 1500 / -, Rs. 1000 / -, fifth place to 500 and 6th place to get 10th position, Rs. 250-250 per cash prize. Tax was encouraged and the selected 20 runners and runners selected in both the women and men's section of the district level will get an opportunity to participate in the state level marathon race. District level winners runners will represent Surajpur district at the state level. The race started by showing the green flag by the guests in the district level marathon race. Award distribution was given by the Chief Guest, Mr. Ashwini Singh, Mr. Gabi Nath Sahu, Mr. Sunil Agarwal, Mr. Manoj Dalmiya, Zafar Haider, Rehan, Akash Sahu. Chandravati Premanagar in the women category of District level marathon first, Sonika Rajwade Premnagar second, Basanti Singh Surajpur third, Yasmin Parveen Pratappur Chatha, Tara Singh Odgi fifth, Line Ramanujanagar Chhathwan, Neha Premnagar seventh, Supriya Pratappur eighth, Sunior leader Pratappur Nava and Civil Surajpur achieved the 10th position. Similarly, in the men category, Ashlesh Surajpur got first, Banarasi suzerpur second, Mahendr Surajpur third, Indra Prasad oddi chatha, Swamendra Singh Premnagar fifth, Sohan Singh Bhayyathan, Chhathwan, Geeta Pradhan oddi seventh, Rahul Pratappur eighth, Rajendra Pakra Pratappur Nava and Shivkumar Surajpur Tenth place gained. In the marathon, the Police Department and the Department of Medicine have special cooperation. In the successful operation of the event, Dhaniram Toppo, Yashwant Pandav, G.P. Ballale, Anuragendra Singh Baghel, Sunil Sahu, Bhagirathi Sahu, Ram Yadav, Sanjay Yadav, Subhash Rajwade, Surendra Rajwade, Prabhashankar Prasad, Sahdev Ram Ravi, O.P. Verma, Motilal Singh, Balbhadra Deganan, Pankaj Dongre etc. have special cooperation.




District Vigilance and Monitoring Committee constituted


Surajpur 5 Jan

Collector Shri K.C. Devsenapati has informed that District Vigilance and Monitoring Committee has been constituted. In which the Chairman of the Collector Surajpur will be Minister and Minister of State Government, Education Department, Scheduled Caste tribe, Other Backward Classes Minority Welfare and Cooperative Department, Lok Sabha area No. 01 Sariguza, Assembly constituency 04- Legislator of Premnagar, Assembly constituency 05- MLA of Bhatgaon,District Superintendent of Panchayat and Social Welfare, District Program Officer, Women and Child Development, District Public Prosecution Officer, District and Sessions Court, Surajpur, Smt. Vimla Bhagat, Social Education Committee, Women's Education Committee, Surajpur, Shri Sant Singh Samaj Sevi, Regional Academic Jan Kalyan Samiti, Surajpur , Shri Tribhuvan Singh Tikam Samaj, Savi Bapu Dharm Sabha, Adivasi Seva Samiti, Ashram, Govindpur Member and Hayek Commissioner Tribal Welfare Department has been appointed as member-secretary.

 




With the joint team of department officials, stirred up with coaches and illegal paddy consumers


Surajpur 4 Jan

Collector Shri K.C. DevSenapati Shri K.P., Additional Collector, in the direction of  The Jainagar Paddy Purchase Center was checked on the possibility of paddy consumption in joint account by jointly by Sree and District Food Officer, Shri Amrit Kuzur and Deputy Registrar Co-operative Societies, Mr. Anil Tirkey. In which 361 sack paddy from Madhapur / Shivlal resident Rajapur has been seized on the possibility of illegal consumption.

Apart from this, the procurement center was procured by the Joint Team of the Assistant Food Officer Mr. Sandeep Bhagat, Food Inspector Mr. Nitish Kumar and the Joint Team of Mandi Department, Surajpur, where the token of the forthcoming day was found to be procured from the farmers today.

202 sack paddy, purchased by 50 sack paddy and Shailesh Jaiswal resident of the committee, from Board Manager, Budhman Singh, was seized without having to do the necessary documents (token, loan book), along with 80 farmers of paddy used for sale by Chandan Singh resident Navaparkhurd. The slip and the committee have been seized on the difference in the incoming slip.

In this order, in the investigation of the procurement center, Ramdayal / Ramprasad resident of Premnagar, 200 bags of paddy, new old mixed, brought by Jagadish / Lakshman resident Buckir, if not required to submit the necessary documents, 82 sacks of paddy and Ajay Singh / Sukhram near without token 37 sacks of paddy brought for sale were seized. Tasheedalad Bhayyathan Mrs. Indira Mishra was examined in the Paddy Purchase Center Banja, In which 143.80 quintals of paddy brought by Jur, resident of Banjal, resident of Barmalal resident Barmalal, resident of Rampratap, has been seized and found to be of non-standard variety. Other teams, Mandi Secretary Mr. Bhagat, Food Inspector Mr. Ajit Kuzur, Mandi Sub-Inspector, Mr. Pradhan, jointly conducted the seizure of confiscation of 24 quintals of rice in the check-up of the reservoir of Shivprasadnagar wholesaler Ramanand Jaiswal without necessary documentation and stack resistance. done

Along with Vinod Sonvani, resident of Shivprasadnagar, after finding out that 40 borry paddy was purchased in his shop, five times the money was charged for taking action under the Mandi Act.

In the Kharif marketing year 2018-19, the district collector's instructions on the purchase of paddy procurement work smoothly and on the fear of coaches, the officers are being constantly checked by the place. In the past day, the joint team of departmental officials in the district have stirred up the stir amongst the coconuters and the illegal paddy users, which were examined and seized from different places, about 736 quintals were procured by the Paddy Offices and in this order around today Procurement of 588.60 quintals of paddy confiscation has been taken. Action is being taken under the Mandi Act on persons found to be selling illegal paddy.

 




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