Online application for completion of vacancies in class VIII till November 30


For the year 2019-20 for Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Khilora Tehsil Bemetra, the selection examination will be held on April 06, 2019 to fill vacant seats in class VIII. The Principal of the institute said that the application form for the examination examination can be filled only on the Online Navodaya Vidyalaya website website WWW Navodaya Dat GOV Dot on 30 November 2018.

Off-line applications will not be received as per the committee's order. He said that the candidates who are studying in Class IX in Session 2018-19 in Bemetara District Government / Non-Government School, the candidates can fill online application for class VIII. Candidate's birthdate should be between one May 2006 to 30 April 2010. For more information, you can contact the telephone number - 9424244628, 9399532137, 9340196648, 9399363378 and 6263038025.

Counseling for Multipurpose Health Worker Training Session 2018-19 on November 3


The Chief Medical and Health Officer said here today that counseling is going on for the men and women's multipurpose health workers training session 2018-19 on November 3. Other information related to counseling can be done on the notice board of the Chief Medical and Health Officer's office and on the website's preliminary report.

The Chief Medical and Health Officer said here today that counseling is going on for the men and women's multipurpose health workers training session 2018-19 on November 3. Other information related to counseling can be viewed at the information panel of the Chief Medical and Health Officer's office and on the website of the district.

On the fifth day 6 candidates form nomination form, till date 27 candidates have purchased nomination forms


For the assembly elections in the second phase of the state elections, in the district of Korea, for the nomination form, a total of six candidates have bought nomination forms from the 03 assembly constituencies of the district. In this way, from October 26 till date, 27 candidates have purchased nomination forms and today, on the fifth day, a candidate Shri Bhaiyalal Rajwada, a constituency candidate for Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Baikunthpur, filed his nomination papers.

For the second phase of assembly elections in the state, for taking the nomination papers and submission of nomination papers, on the fifth day, for the Bharatpur-Sonhat, assembly constituency number Shri Nand Kumar Singh Shyam, Kumari Pooja Singh Poya, Shri Ganesh Prasad Singh, Assembly Area Number -2 Shri Jajjit Singh, Shri Subhash Devathan for Manendragarh and Shri Chintamani for Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Baikunthpur Sector enrolled form.

It is notable that on the first day of the purchase of nomination papers in Korea district, on 26th October, for the Bharatpur-Sonhat assembly constituency, Mrs. Chandravadevi Pavale, Vidhan Sabha area No. 2 Manindergarh, Mr. Shayam Bihari Jaiswal, Mr. Shayam Babu Khatik, Mr. Digambar Singh, Mrs. Florence Nitriglass Sagar and Mr Sunil Singh for Assembly Area No. 3, Baikunditpur, Second day 27th October for Assembly constituency number Bharatpur-Sonhat, Shri Gulab Kamro, Smt. Sukhwanti Singh and Assembly constituency No. 2 Maneindagarh for Mr. Satish Singh, Mr. Vishwajit Pandey, Dr. Vinay Kumar Jaiswal and Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Bakundathpur Shri Bhaiyalal Rajwada and Smt. Ambika Singh Dev, and on 29th October the assembly constituency of Bharatpur-Sonhat For Shri Shyam Singh Marakam, Shri Pratap Singh, Shri Aditya Raj David, Shri Lakhan Shrivastav for Assembly constituency-2 Manendragarh and Shri Ram Prasad Sahu for Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Baikunthpur, Shri Ujeet Narayan Vishwakarma, Shri Sanjay Singh Kamro and Shri Bihari Lal Rajwada has taken nomination form.



Notice to a Congress candidate including two ministers, MLA, in violation of model code of conduct

The District Election Officer issued notice to the violation of the Code of Conduct. In this, a notice has been issued to minister Brij Mohan Agarwal, Rajesh Murat, MLA Devji Bhai Patel and Congress candidate Vikas Upadhyay.
In the Chhattisgarh capital Raipur, a Congress candidate, including two ministers and MLA, has issued notices to the District Election Officer in the violation of the Code of Conduct. In this, a notice has been issued to minister Brij Mohan Agarwal, Rajesh Murat, MLA Devji Bhai Patel and Congress candidate Vikas Upadhyay.

Let us tell you that the District Election Officer Dr. Basavaraju S. District level Media Certification and Monitoring Committee formed under the chairmanship has found that BJP's Brijmohan Agrawal has been promoted on his Twitter account and Devji Bhai Patel, on his Facebook account, including the Mono government plan. It also has a symbol of the political party. Similarly, a political campaign is being organized by Devji Bhai Patel, chairman of Chhattisgarh Textbook Corporation, which is believed to be a violation of Model Code of Conduct.

Similarly, the committee has found the development of Indian National Congress Development Upadhyay in his Sponsored Facebook page without any committee attesting political campaign, on which the notice has been issued to him. In the case of violation of Model Code of Conduct, the returning officer of Raipur West Assembly Area 49, Sandeep Agarwal has sought explanation by issuing notice to BJP's Rajesh Murthat.

In fact, a few days ago, the Returning Officer of Raipur West Assembly received a complaint regarding the distribution of the goods to the voters for electoral temptation. On the same, taking notice of necessary action by the returning officer, the notice has been issued as soon as possible by issuing this notice.

Chhattisgarh elections: BJP 89, Congress 72, alliance opened 76 seats

For the 90-seat Chhattisgarh assembly, elections are going to be held in two phases. In the first phase, voting will be held on November 12 for the Naxal-affected 18 seats and for the 72 seats in the second phase on November 20.

The assembly elections in Chhattisgarh are at its peak. Political parties are showing seriousness about the announcement of the first drill of elections. For the 90-seat Chhattisgarh assembly, elections are going to be held in two phases. In the first phase, voting will be held on November 12 for the Naxal-affected 18 seats and for the 72 seats in the second phase on November 20. After this, the results will be announced on December 11.

The nomination process for the first phase is completed. A total of 192 candidates are in the fray for 18 seats. The process for nomination of candidates for the second phase is in progress. After the nomination on November 2 and the withdrawal process on November 5, the status of the candidates will be clear. In the current situation, BJP has declared candidates for 89 seats, Congress 72 and Jogi-Mayawati-CPI combine has won 76 seats.

The BJP has not announced the candidacy of only one seat in Raipur North. It is being told that the party is having difficulty in celebrating one of the two main divaters. Therefore, this seat has not been announced. Currently, Shreekhand Sundari of BJP is the MLA from this seat. After declaration of almost all the seats by the BJP, the Congress can now declare the candidacy of candidates in 18 seats remaining. According to the information received, the Congress has not declared candidates in these seats in the waiting list of caste equations and BJP.

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Significantly, this time in addition to BJP, Congress and alliance in the state this time, Aam Aadmi Party has also fielded candidates for all 90 assembly seats. Apart from this, Gondwana Gadatrata Party, SP, JDU, Swabhiman Manch, CPIM and other regional parties are also in the electoral fray from different seats. Explain that out of the total 90 seats in Chhattisgarh, 31 seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribes, 10 Scheduled Castes Classes.

Second list released by BJP for Chhattisgarh assembly elections

The BJP has released its second list for Chhattisgarh assembly elections. With this list, BJP announced the names of its candidates for 89 seats for the 90-seat assembly. The candidate from Raipur North has not been announced yet.

Chhattisgarh assembly elections are coming closer as soon as the churning is going on, the churning is increasing in the elections of candidates between all the parties. BJP has released the second list of candidates for Chhattisgarh assembly elections.

Vijay Pratap Singh from Prem Nagar, Ramkishun Singh from Ramanujganj, Kashi Sahu from Kota, Kailash Sahu from Jajapur, Shyam Tandi from Sarai Pali, DC Patel from Basna, Poonam Chandrakar from Mahasamund, Keshu Dhurandhar from Balamadabazar, Pawan Sahu from Sanjari Balod, Pawan Sahu from Gundardehi Deepak Sahu, Vaishali has been given ticket to Vidyartan Bhasin. With this list, BJP has declared the names of its candidates in 89 seats in the 90-seat assembly. No candidate has been announced yet for the Raipur North Assembly seat.

Strict action against sale and builders of illegal liquor

In view of the Balrampur 29 October 2018 / Assembly Election 2018, the District Excise Department is conducting raids on those who sell illegal liquor in the district on the instructions of Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Hiralal Nayak. Today 02 persons were arrested by the Department for setting up a total of 02 cases on illegal liquor sales and making. Department of 08 bulk liters hand furnace liquor, whose market value has been estimated at Rs. 800. In this proceeding, the accused were arrested and registered under section 34 (1) (a) of Mrs. Meena Pati Ashok and Kusmi, Savita Pati Satish Abakari Act, 34 (1) (a) of Kusami ward no. Along with this the Excise team was searched in other homes also. District Excise Officer Mr. Aalim Ram Siddar has requested the citizens to inform the local number 9425233294 on selling and distributing illegal liquor during the assembly elections, along with the telephone number 07831-91 of the control room set up in the district election office. Can also complain on 273012.

Three candidates filing nominations

On Monday, Awadhesh Singh Chandel BJP submitted a nomination papers to Bemetara-Collector and Bemetara assembly constituency returning officer Mahadev Kavre. SADA SDM And the returning officer, Umashankar Sahu, the BJP and the SDM of Navagadh. And Returning Officer D.S. Today BJP will show Dayaladas before Uike, the BJP submitted its nomination papers.


Assembly election-2018 Political e-ads must be certified Election Commission of India, Media Certification   Guidance of committees

Korea, October 29, 2018 / India Election Commission has done more clearly the subject of certification of political advertisements on electronic advertising and social media. The Commission has said that it is mandatory for political parties or candidates to pre-authorize media certification and media monitoring committee (MCMC) of any kind of political e-advertising. Shri Dhirendra Ojha, Director General, Communications Affairs and International Coordination Committee of the Election Commission of India, today discussed with all the MCMC committees of Chhattisgarh through video-conferencing.
      Shri Ojha told that due to the increasing influence of electronic and social media, its use has been increased by political parties and candidates. In this, political advertisements, in which political benefits, deaths or e-advertisements are made by any other party or candidate , Then its pre-certification is mandatory. Simultaneously, expenses incurred for broadcasting political advertisements will also be included in electoral expenditure of political parties or candidates.
      The Election Commission of India has again clarified that posts related to political content from social media on their own account will not be considered as part of the election expenditure, but political advertisements in any electronic media including other platforms, social sites, e-paper If it is reproduced or processed, its expenditure will be considered as part of the election expenditure.
According to the Election Commission of India, a state level MCMC committee has been constituted by the office of the Chief Electoral Officer at the state level. Political e-advertisements can be certified by the political parties in the state level committee. In addition, in every district, the District Election Officer is constituted by the District Election Officer at the district level, where candidates can pre-authorize their advertisements.
During the video conferencing in the Chief Electoral Office, the Chief Executive Officer of the State, including Mr. Sameer Vishnoi and Mrs. Padmini Bhoi Sahu, Deputy Chief Electoral Officer Mr. Shrikant Verma, Assistant Chief Electoral Officer Mrs. Sharda Agarwal and Mr. Manish Mishra, along with State Level Media Certification and Monitoring Committee MCMC) members and election functions Associated officials are also present.

Assembly election-2018 Training of VV Patt and EVM for Returning and Assistant Returning Officers of Raipur and Durg Division Master Trainers Details to the 120 Officers of 10 Districts

Korea, October 29, 2018 / Returning and Assistant Returning Officers of Raipur and Durg division were given one day training of VVPET and EVM. In the training program organized at the auditorium of Naveen Sath Bhawan Bhavan in Raipur on Sunday, 120 officers, including District Election Officer, Deputy District Election Officer, Returning Officer, Assistant Returning Officer of 10 districts of both the departments took part. The Master Trainer arrived from the Election Commission of India, Shri Atiq Ahmed informed the officers about the technical aspects of the VV Patet being used for the first time during the elections.
      During training, Master Trainer Mr. Ahmad said that in VV Patet, the voter will be able to confirm his voting for the first time through VV Pete Machine. For this, the voting slip in VVPet machine will be displayed for 7 seconds after the poll. The slip will be stored in the draw box after the display. He told that VV Patte will be included during counting. It will also calculate one VVpet of each assembly. This VV Patet will be determined on a lottery basis.

       In the training, National Level Master Trainer Shri Pulak Bhattacharya said that during Voting, VV Petet and Ballet Unit will be in front of the voter, whereas the control unit will be held by the Presiding Officer. During the training, VV Pat Unit was also used with all the officers.
       During the training, Joint Chief Electoral Officer Shri Sameer Vishnoi, Dr. K.K. Singh and Mrs. Padmini Bhoi Sahu, Assistant Chief Electoral Officer Mr. Manish Mishra, many officers related to the election process were present.

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