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Unique style of 'Cinema wale babu' of Chhattisgarh, teaching children by showing them on TV

Known by the nickname of 'Cinema Wale Babu', the real name of this teacher is Ashok Lodhi. In fact, Ashok Lodhi conducts 'Mohalla' classes for school students on his bike with TV and speakers.

Chhattisgarh. There is a teacher in Korea District of Chhattisgarh who teaches children by showing them TV. For this, they rotate with TV on their bikes. They roam the villages and teach children. Because of this teaching style, he has become famous in the entire district. People call him Babu in cinema, while his real name is Ashok Lodhi.

Now, from children to the elderly, people call him Babu, a cinema. Because of this, his nickname has become the same. At the same time, Babu, a cinematographer, says that because of watching television, children are studying with much interest. Their number has also increased.

According to the news agency ANI, the real name of this teacher, known by the nickname of Babu, a cinema, is Ashok Lodhi. In fact, Ashok Lodhi conducts Mohalla classes for school students on his bike with TV and speakers. In the picture you can see the speaker.

They say that they want to develop a medium for teaching children, so that they read diligently. For this reason, they are teaching through TV and speakers to attract students.

Please tell that due to Corona, schools are closed all over the country for the last several months. In such a situation, the education of children in villages has been missed. Whereas, online medium is being taught in cities. One student said that watching TV and reading is fun. We watch cartoons and study at the same time.

At the same time, for this unique effort by Ashok Lodhi, he is called Babu with cinema. He said that I did not have to spend any extra money to teach in this manner, because TV is from our school and I visit many places to take classes anyway. The local administration has also encouraged me for this work. If they believe, children are now studying with great enthusiasm.

Raipur: Activities of women self-help groups in Korea district helped to normalize life even during the lockdown in remote Vananchal

People getting ration, vegetables and medicines sitting at home

Home delivery service reached about 7 thousand families

Women's self-help groups of 'Bihan' created more than 1.33 lakh masks

So far, more than Rs.12.50 lakhs have been paid in rural areas by bank creditors

Women of women self-help groups of the State Rural Livelihoods Mission 'Bihaan' in rural areas during the lockdown to distribute ration material to the people, make and distribute masks and pay wages to MGNREGA workers as a bank friend, pension to the disabled and the elderly It is playing an important role in making and making withdrawals from Jan Dhan accounts easy and normal transactions.

A total of 1 lakh 33 thousand 348 masks worth more than Rs 24 lakh have been made by 151 women members of 52 self-help groups of Bihan in Korea district. With this, while the essential supply of masks in all the areas of the district remains uninterrupted, women are also getting financial support. The women of the groups are providing ration, vegetables and medicines to the people at home, so far these women have provided home delivery service to about 7 thousand families. More than 1.33 lakh masks have been prepared by women self-help groups of 'Bihan' in Korea district and more than Rs 12.50 lakh have been paid so far in rural areas by bank associates in the district.

he supply of vegetables, ration and medicines at the market rate to the families residing in the remote village of rural area of ​​Korea district has also become possible with the help of self-help group. In such a situation of lockdown, the group's Didis have started the Bihaan Ghar Reach Service through the "Bihan Korea Mart" with the help of the government, through which the Panchayat-wise roster will be made through the secretaries of the Gram Panchayats to reach the Panchayats. The day has been set. Siddi Bihan Mart has been issued a pass by the government, with the help of which the rationing materials, masks, green vegetables, essential medicines, etc. are being provided at home keeping in mind the sanitation and physical distancing (social distance). So far, home delivery service has been provided to about 7 thousand families in more than 100 panchayats under about five development blocks and this sequence is going on continuously.

According to the present situation, when no one is going out of the house, it is necessary to have money for the purchase of essential goods. Banks are actively working to ensure availability of money to the people. Now that all the means of transport have stopped, financial services are being provided in 41 villages of remote Vananchal in Koriya district by the Bank of Sakhi-Digi-Pay. This includes wages to MGNREGA workers, pension payments to differently-abled elders, and withdrawals from the Jan Dhan accounts of women and general payments. The bank is working to provide cash to the beneficiaries after reaching from house to house and taking care of sanitation and social distance. So far, more than 12 lakh 50 thousand amount has been paid by these bank associates during the lockdown in rural areas.

Under the National Rural Livelihood Mission "Bihan", funds have also been provided in the form of Disaster Fund at village organization level in Korea district to deal with the situation of disaster caused by Kovid-19. Which is being used by the village organization to help the poor and the disabled. Under the help of this Disaster Management Fund, 400 village families have been given financial assistance of more than Rs 2 lakh for ration, health and other necessary work by 20 village organizations. In this way, the activities of the group are continuing in various fields.

Women self-help groups in Korea district have been able to conduct life as usual during the lockdown in remote Vananchal. In the rural areas of the district, both the ration and the amount are being made easily available to the general public by the sisters of the women self-help groups. Along with this, the work of providing millions of villagers as the simplest and easiest resource mask to avoid the global pandemic is also being done by them. The Sisters of Aajeevika Mission, headed by the District Mission Management Unit working under the Korea District Panchayat, have made everything easier from dedication and service in the district covered by Vananchal. The country was locked in to deal with the situation arising out of the global epidemic. In such a situation, the people of self-help groups went ahead and took up the task of building the necessary resource masks to protect people from this epidemic as well as the availability of essential goods. The purpose of the lockdown will be fulfilled only when every person wearing masks and maintaining social distancing, but the district has a population of about 06 lakhs. Such masks were not available in the market. In this way, a total of 1 lakh 33 thousand 348 masks worth more than Rs 24 lakh have been made by 151 women members of 52 self-help groups of Bihan in Korea district. This has resulted in uninterrupted supply to all areas of the district.

Chandrayaan-2: These ministers of the Chhattisgarh government, trapped by speaking against PM Modi, had to give clarification on Facebook

Chhattisgarh cabinet minister Amarjeet Bhagat has posted a letter on Facebook, amid increasing uproar on social media to comment on PM Modi.

Korea. Chhattisgarh's Food and Supplies Minister Amarjeet Bhagat has commented on Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding the Chandrayaan-2 mission. During his one-day visit to Korea on Monday, Food Minister Amarjit Bhagat said, "Until now, Prime Minister Modi used to rob the applause of the work done by others, but went to launch Chandrayaan-2 for the first time and it failed."

Question was asked on completion of 100 days of Modi government at the Center

Actually, Amarjeet Bhagat was questioned by the media during an event held in Korea district on Monday to complete 100 days of the Modi government at the Center. In response to this, the minister said that "till now Modi only used to cut lace in the work of others, inaugurate and rob bravado. In such a situation he went to launch Chandrayaan-2 for the first time and that too failed ( Failed) Done. "

Seeing the matter growing, a clarification was given through Facebook post

Bhagat had to give his clarification through Facebook after he was surrounded on social media about this statement. He wrote on his Facebook wall, "The media is requested to understand the sentiment behind my statement. Do not present it otherwise. As an Indian, I always respect national institutions. Stay away from politics of taking credit to a politician Should be. Whether it is from an organization like ISRO or the strong and patriotic army of the country of India. In my heart, full of patriot and talented ISRO scientists Respect. "

On the sale of paddy and manure at a non-standard level, there will be a strong action-collector

Order to make KCC at committee level through Shivir
Meeting of Food, Cooperatives and Agriculture Department concluded

A review meeting of Food, Cooperative, Seed Corporation, Fisheries, Nan, Markfed, Veterinary, Horticulture and Agricultural Department was held in his chamber located in District Collectorate under the chairmanship of Mr. Domon Singh, Chief of the Corporation, on June 24, 2019. In the meeting the collector gave instructions to the concerned to make KCC at the committee level through Shivir. In the same way, they talked about keeping an eye on the sale of paddy seeds and fertilizers at a non-standard level and keeping an eye on them.

In the meeting, the collector informed the officers presenting the proposal, taking into account the status of manure, condition of seed storage, distribution and savings, loan waiver certificate, renewal of PDS, old national card and building for nation shop. . He informed the officials of the food department about the storage of the quantity in the adequate quantity in the unrestricted national centers. The Deputy Director of the Agriculture Department received information on the latest condition of storage and distribution of Kharif crop seeds and updated status of savings.
Deputy Director of the Agriculture Department informed that different varieties of 12 thousand 170 quintals of paddy have been stored, out of which 3 thousand 399 quintals have been distributed and 8 thousand 771 quintals of paddy are left. Similarly, 98 quintals of pulse has been stored, out of which 40 quintals have been distributed and 58 quintals of pulses are still left. Available to the farmers for the society.

District Marketing Officer informed that 7 thousand 712 MT of manure has been stored in the district, out of which 5 thousand 243 MT of manure has been distributed in the committee and 2 thousand 469 MT of manure is still left.

The Collector gave all the officials present in the meeting to give maximum benefit to all the beneficiaries in view of the upcoming Monsoon Session. On this occasion, the respective officers and staff were present.

Meeting of general meeting of Baikunthapur Janpad Panchayat on 26th June

The meeting of General Assembly of Korea Jun 24, 2019 / Baikunthpur District Panchayat has been held on 26th June. In the meeting, review of development works, other issues including Social Assistance Pension Scheme will be discussed. The Chief Executive Officer of Janpad Panchayat Baikunthpur has urged the concerned, including the President, Vice President and all the members of the Janpad Panchayat, Bekundthpur, to be present at the place and time.

Rs 40 lakh sanctioned for the heir of deceased in natural calamity

Korea, June 24, 2019 / Collector Mr. Doman Singh has approved the amount of Rs 40 lakh for the deceased in the natural calamity. He has sanctioned a total amount of Rs 4 lakhs to his successor, Shree Prem Lal, Shree Samvat and Mr. Bihari, after the death due to drowning in village Pondry of Sankravaria of Manandergarh, Vikashand.
Similarly, when the Collector died in a drain in the drain of the village Musra of Vikheshkhand Mannadgarh, he died on the death of his descendant, Mrs. Maya Gupta, the village of Hanslal of village udayana, on the death of his successor, Mr Jalal, Vikaskhand Sonhat, from village Saralia of Sugani Bai of Village Beliya, In case of death due to drowning, his heirs, Shrimati Manmatya, his heir, on death of village Jogia, from the cemetery of Umesh Kumar. When the death due to drowning in the pond of village Rautsarai in village Rautsarai, their heirs died due to the death of their deceased Shree Dasasi and Rakesh Kumar of Gram Ghagra, and his successor, Shivnath and Vikaskhand, Bharatpur's Village of Zhivprasad died in Dame. Upon his death, when he died in falling in the well of Ramprasad of his predecessor, Smt. Janmati, village Nerua, his successor, Shri Gautam and Gram Jan After the death of Uma Sahu of Kapoor, he has sanctioned a sum of 4-4 lakh rupees for his heir, Shri Shivkumar Sahu, after his death. They have sanctioned this amount under the natural disaster relief under the provisions of the Revenue Book Circular.

Farmer Shri Shyam Lal gave thanks to the Chief Minister on his debt waiver

Mr. Shayam Lal, a farmer of Village Katgodi, of Vikas sadan, on June 24, 2019 / village development in Sonhat, thanked the Chief Minister for his debt of 40 thousand rupees. He told that farming cultivators are his main business. To cultivate, they have to take refinance loans and have to repay the loan. This year, he has sold 32 quintals of Paddy 2 thousand 500 rupees per quintal from his 19 acre farm.
Farmer Shree Shyam Lal said that the worry of debt restraints remained unanswered in his mind that he would sell the crop and one part of the received amount would have to be settled as a loan. Farmer Shree Shyam Lal informed that the forgiveness of the debt by the government has removed his concern and he has brought happiness in his mind as well as the entire family. The money that would have been spent in repaying the loan, would be spent on the education of the children of his family as well as in all the necessary tasks of the house and accumulated for the future to keep up for the accidental disaster.

Apart from Voter's introduction letter, 11 other photo IDs can also be made from voting.

Korea 27 March 2019 / District Election Officer and Collector Shri Bhoskar Vilas Sandipan said that according to the instructions given by Election Commission of India, all voters who have issued Electoral Photo Identity Cards for election for Lok Sabha Elections - 2019 Before casting your vote, your electorate will show photo identification to ensure your identity. In relation to the voter photo identity card, the inaccuracy of the typing spelling, etc. should be ignored, provided the identity of the voter can be ensured by Epik. If a voter displays the photo identity card, which is issued by the electoral registration officer of any other assembly constituency, such voter photo identity card will also be approved for identification, provided the name of the electorate, where he has come to vote Must be available in electoral rolls related to that polling station. If it is not possible to ensure identification of the voter due to mismatch of photograph etc., then the voter has to submit one of the above mentioned alternative photo documents.
This time, the Election Commission has clearly issued a decree that voting will not be able to vote only with the slip. They will also need to bring an Epic card. If they can not get the EPIC card they will be able to set up their identification in 11 other alternative photo identification photographs issued by Aadhar card, passport, driving license, center, state government or educational institution issued by photo identity card, banks, post office. , PAN card, MNREGA job card, health insurance card, photographed pension documents, photo ID issued to MPs and MLAs and Any one of the smart cards issued by the Registrar General of India can submit a document.

Special voter revision for Lok Sabha elections will be completed by February 22

Koriya 30 Jan

Election Commission of India has made preparations for the Lok Sabha elections-2013. Instructions have been given to complete special voter revision work as soon as possible. The Election Commission of India has instructed the completion of the voter revision by February 22.

In this, the first prize in the two categories was 10 thousand rupees, the second prize was 5 thousand rupees, the third prize was given to 3 thousand rupees and the third prize of Rs. One thousand rupees was presented at the ceremony organized in Krishi Prabh Mandi Complex. In spite of the cold season, young people of the city participated in this race.In the letter written to the Chief Secretaries of all the states and Union Territories, it has also been requested that no officer attached to this work during the voter revision should be transferred. It is also expected that adequate number of officers and staffs should be deployed for this work.

In its letter, the Commission said that the role of the booth level officer, including district election officer, deputy election officer, district voter registration officer, voter registration officer and assistant voter registration officer in special voter revision work is important, On transfer, there is adverse effect on election work. The Commission has said that the information regarding the transfer and posting of these officers made in any special circumstances should be given to the Commission immediately.

It is notable that in order to add name and name to the voter list under the special voter revision, the time was fixed from December 26, 2018 to January 25, 2019. According to the Election Commission of India, the final publication of voter list will be done on 22 February 2019 after the special brief revision work of voter list.In this period, officers and employees engaged in voter revision work can not be transferred without the permission of the Election Commission of India.


Timetable for the Chief Examination, 2019, of Highersecondary School Certificate Professional Course

Koriya 30 Jan

Time table for the main examination year 2019 of the Higher Secondary School Certificate Professional Course organized by Chhattisgarh Secondary Education Board has been issued. According to the timetable, the examination will start from March 2. This examination will take place from 9 AM to 12.30 AM.

In this, the first prize in the two categories was 10 thousand rupees, the second prize was 5 thousand rupees, the third prize was given to 3 thousand rupees and the third prize of Rs. One thousand rupees was presented at the ceremony organized in Krishi Prabh Mandi Complex. In spite of the cold season, young people of the city participated in this race.

The third edition of the Professional Course on March 13, the Foundation Course (March 15), Retail Marketing Management, Information Technology, Automobile Service Technician, Health Care, Agriculture and March 29, Environmental (Environmental Education and Rural Development Interpretation) For category improvement and credit plan students) the examination of the subject will be done.

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