Guidelines required for Presiding Officers


Bemetra October 24, 2018: - During the assembly elections in the district, the Directors of the Election Commission have issued necessary guidelines for the presiding officers. It has been said that voting should be stopped at regular intervals, but at the time of the end of polling, all voters present in the polling booth will be allowed to vote, whether the polls continue for some more time. Keep in mind that no person can come in line after voting ends. For this, you must distribute the perciean to all the voters standing in the line. It should be started with the final voter standing in the job row. A check memo has been made to the Presiding Officers by the Commission, the said check memo should be properly filled by you. Take training classes and rehearsals seriously. In the past, although you have already acted as a presiding officer or a voting officer and have used the machine, in these training classes, in rehearsals, you are present to be familiar with some new facts so that you can vote on law and Get information about the process. Election rules and procedures are amended from time to time. Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kavre gave instructions to the Presiding Officers to follow the instructions issued by the Election Commission of India.

It has been stated in the instructions issued by the commission that the control unit, ballot unit and VVPAT given to you have been made available for use on your polling station. It should be examined in the context of the attached AdE-texts of the above mentioned units, such as the number and names of the polling booths on each such adaye tege by the Returning Officer. Check that the absence of the marked copy of the electoral rolls, elsewhere transferred voters, if any, that list is being given to facilitate you to mark the voters at the polling station. To connect both the control unit and the ballet unit, a five meter long cable is sufficient for 16 candidates, including a ballet unit note. Errors show that the control unit is not worth the use. The inoperative indicates that the control unit can not be used further. Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VV Pet) is an independent printer system connected to the electronic voting machine, which allows voters to verify that their votes have been entered as desired. When the vote is cast, VV Pat Porter has a slip print on which the candidate's serial number, name and election symbol is visible through a transparent window for seven seconds. After that, this printed slip is automatically cut and falls into the sealed drop of VV Petet. If any voting officer appointed for the polling booth is absent or is not present in performing his duty then the presiding officer has the right to appoint any other person present in his place and accordingly inform the District Electoral Officer. Ensure that high voltage bulb / tube light should not be placed above or above the voting compartment, as VV due to extra light The stomach can go into error mode. Polling agents should be seated in such a way that they enter the voters' face or voters polling station and the first voting officer can see his identity. If there is a large number of female voters in your polling booth, you should arrange for their identification and keeping in mind the secrecy, dignity and dignity, arranging for their inward box in a separate room by an indelible female voting officer. needed. The assistance of Anganwadi worker can be taken for this work. No reason should be allowed for cooking or burning for any purpose within the polling station on polling day. When the voter will enter the polling station, he will first reach the first voting officer and the first voting officer will identify the voter by the election commission or other documents which is specified by the Election Commission. The voter will make the necessary entry in the marked list of the list. Then the voter will go to the other voting officer who will put an indelible ink on the index finger of his left hand and will sign the signature or thumb impression from the voter in the voter's register, after giving thumbs mark, the voting officer will give him the additional ink of the thumb on the table He will ask to wipe the wet cloth.




National anthem begins with government work


Bemetra October 24, 2018: - Government work begins with the national anthem at the collectorate building in Bemetra. During the time of government employees and officials, the National Anthem is being operated in the Joint District Office coming to office and on time. The National Anthem starts at 10.30 am in Collectorate Bemetra every working day. In which Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware and Senior Superintendent of Police Mr. H.R. Manor himself is present. Apart from this, other officers of the collectorate are also involved in this. After this, reading of good advice and computer-related new technical terminology is also made aware. The information was given by the Superintendent of Police to follow the traffic rules. Continuing the tradition of the national anthem, where officials and staff are reaching the office on time. With this, a new working culture is evolving, the common citizens coming from far away are also joining it.




Various programs to increase voter awareness will be in the district Today's Day rally


Bemetara October 24, 2018: - Bemetara to increase district fair and the percentage of voting with transparent voting district sweep (Systematic Voters Education and Ilektorol Participation) Committee meeting today Collectorate chaired by Mr. Mahadev Kavare Wednesday Collector and District Election Officer The meeting was organized in the chamber. Various programs will be organized in the district under voter awareness. The collector instructed new young voters to motivate voting. Mr. Kavare has instructed the public enlightening art-group, Nook, drama, seminar, discussion, rally to spread propaganda through various competitions and posters Pamplet. He told the electorate voting machines, telling the credibility of Electronic Voting Machines and VV Patts. It was decided in the meeting that on November 01, the citizen will bring a clay lime in the Jayastambha check. The name of which has been named a Deep (Diya) voting will go through the message of voting for ordinary citizens. Apart from this, you can burn the lamp in your homes too.
Collector also directed to conduct various activities through the selected electoral literacy club established in the schools. Rally divyanga ones in the October 25 morning at 8 o'clock Jaystnb check Bemetara, 26 in the morning at 6 am yoga Local Agricultural Produce Market Complex October October 27 at 12 noon Basic School grounds in voter Festival, 01 November the Evening Glory column checks Deeppan - Candle on November 4, at the Gandhi Bhawan Bemetra at 11 o'clock consonant competition, in which the inter-school folk dance and folk song presentation, on 15th November Will be organized bicycle rally today to highest secondary school Bemetara. In the meeting, CEO of District Panchayat s. Alok, A.D.M. K.S. Mandavi, District Education Officer, GR Chandrakar, Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. Satish Sharma, Principal Diet G.S. Netam, Principal P.G. College da Debashish Day, Dean of Agricultural College, Dr. Nanda, Chief Municipal Officer Mohinder Sahu, Yoga instructor Dilharan Tiwari, social activist Tarachand Maheshwari, Mrs. Varsha Gautam, among others were present.

 




Counseling of Male Multipurpose Health Worker Training on October 30


Last merit list and counseling list has been issued after claim objections for Balrampur 24th October 2018 / Male Multipurpose Health Worker Training session 2018-19. Candidates for counseling have been selected on merit and caste / class basis. Counseling is organized at the Balirampur office on October 30, 2018 at 11.00 a.m., Chief Medical and Health Officer's office. Make sure the candidates appear with their original documents on the scheduled date.

 




Provide basic services to the Branch Manager Consumers


On the occasion of Balrampur 24th October 2018 / District headquarter Balrampur, on the main road of Punjab National Bank, when the basic facilities were not available to the consumers, the collector Mr. Hiralal Nayak expressed strong displeasure and instructed the Branch Manager to provide immediate system.
It is known that the accounts of most job card holders of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme in the Punjab National Bank, operated on the main road of Balrampur, are operated and the villagers come from far and away to the bank for other work and most of the consumers The crowd is standing under the open sky. If the bank does not sit for the villagers in the campus and other basic facilities, the collector has instructed the branch manager to arrange immediate arrangements.




Illegal liquor sales and builders arrested


In view of Balrampur 24 October 2018 / Assembly Election 2018, the District Excise Department is going on for guerrillas to sell illegal liquor in the district on the instructions of Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Hiralal Nayak. On 03 October 2018, 03 persons were arrested by the department by placing total 03 cases on illegal liquor sales and making. 09 bulk liter hand furnace liquor and 40 kg Mahua lahan, which has been marketed by the department, has been estimated at Rs 2100. In this proceeding, under Section 34 (1) (a) (f) and Excise Act under Section 34 (1) of the Excise Act of Village Dadar Para Thana Paste, excise Act on the complaint of Sh. Under Section 34 (1) (a) under Section 34 (1) (a), Excise Act was transferred to Jail, Shri Abhijeet Dwivedi of Shankargarh village, Dipedih police station. District Excise Officer Shri Alam Ram Siddar has requested the citizens to inform the mobile number 9425233294 on selling and distributing illegal liquor during assembly elections. Also, the control room set up in the District Election Office can also make a complaint on telephone number 0783-273012.




Organized Voter Awareness Campaign and District Level Art Festival


Under the guidance of Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Hiralal Nayak under Balrampur 24th October 2018 / Assembly Election 2018, organized in the courtyard of Pre-Secondary school Balrampur, regarding the vaccination of District level Art Festival and Measles-Rubella under Voter Awareness Campaign. Gaya. The first and second place participants from all the development blocks were participated in the four Vidya singh singing, playing, dance and painting competition in the district level Art Festival.


In the program, Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Hiralal Nayak said that in the forthcoming assembly elections, we all have to vote cent percent in the district. Giving detailed information regarding the voting of the children, he said that they should inspire all those who have been above 18 years of age and the people around them to vote. The collector gives detailed information about the Meijles-Rubella vaccination and the importance of art in life and the importance of art in life. Superintendent of Police, Shri T.R. Kosima appreciated this amazing program of children and giving detailed information regarding Voter Awareness Campaign, said that adequate security will be provided by the Police Department during the election, so that voters can vote without fear. After the festival of art festival, the dissemination and immunization of the Mijals-Rubella program was given by Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. Gyanesh Choubey. District Education Officer Shri IP Gupta gave detailed information about voter awareness campaign. Dr. Abhishek Pandey, District Nodal Officer of Sweep told that a large program will be organized in Ramanujganj on October 25. In order to make voters aware, by making candle march and large rangoli and by children performing drama and singing, people will be made aware about voting. Selected participants at the district level art festival will attend the state-level art festival organized from 01 November to 04 November 2018.
On this occasion, Assistant District Project Officer Mr. Vinod Gupta, BMO Balrampur Shri H.S. Mishra, DPM. A large number of school students were present, including memory Ekka, teacher teachers.

 




To open the account of the candidates under the fast track, separate the counter from the bank.


Mahasamund

The collector and district election officer has instructed the manager of Lead Bank Mahasamund to take action in the context of the ongoing program for Assembly General Election 2018. He has said that every candidate / election agent has to open a new account at least one day before the nomination as directed by the Election Commission.For this, all banks will have to arrange separate counters for opening the accounts of all the candidates under the fast track. Make sure to give information of deposits or withdrawals of more than one lakh rupees per day to the Returning Officer and Assistant Returning Officer.




For organizing Intercollegiate sweep competition


Mahasamund

Under the instructions of Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himshikhar Gupta, organized the Inter-College Sweep Cricket Competition under the voter awareness program in the mini stadium, Mahasamund. In which the first match was played between Indian College, Mahasamund and Shanthabai College. On the occasion of the launch of the match, Dr. S.K., Principal, Government PG College, Mahasamund. Chatterjee did.

Toss Shanthabai College won and decided to bat first. Indian College scored 64 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in the scheduled 10 overs. Shantri Bai College achieved the target on the fourth ball of the last over and won by 7 wickets. Manish Chandrakar and Subhash Mandal were the judges of Mechchi.District Nodal Officer Dr. Malti Tiwari and Vidhan Sabha Nodal Officer Ajay Kumar Raja and college students were present on this occasion. The second match under the sweep competition was held on 25th October 2018 by Jai Hind College, Mahasamund and P.G. The college will be played between Mahasamand. Final match will be played on October 28, 2018.

 




Conducted activities of various activities under Sweep in Mandi premhan of Bhanwarpur


Mahasamund

Various activities were organized under voter awareness in mandi premises of Bhanwarpur in Vikashand, under the voter awareness program under Sweep Action Plan, as per the instructions of Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himshikhar Gupta, mainly in which the sweep in rotation from the human chain Build, Mono of Sweep, Cycle creation from human chain, fingerprint in finger The human chain was created to vote 100 percent from the human chain and display of VVPAT in the Mandi courtyard and demonstration of EVM machine, display of Nookak drama by college students, demon lacquer club was displayed in the activities of electoral literacy club.

A rally was started from the Gadh Ground of Mandi Praghan and resulted in a meeting in the market halt while in the ideal square of Bhanwarpur. All the people present for the voting were given oath to get 100 percent of the votes for the post of sub-divisional officer revenue. On this occasion, active members of 7 thousand women self-help groups of about 50 Gram Panchayats were present. In the program, the Departmental Officer (Revenue) Saravapali,Mr. Vinay Kumar Lanjeh, Mr. Rajendra Prasad Verma, CEO of Janpad Panchayat, Mr. Krishan Kumar Chandrakar, Nayab Tehsildar, CDPO Shri Nag, Secretary of Sweep, Mr. Rekhraj Sharma, Sarpanch Smt. Sushila Sahu, Mr. Ashok Sharma, Assistant Professor Mr. Surendra Kumar Sav, TP Jaiswal Officers of different departments, including NC Sau, Bagrati, PHE SDO,Anganwadi worker, Mitanin, active member of the Rurban Mission, Gram Panchayat Secretary, Employment Assistant, Patwari of Department of Revenue, Women and Child Development Department, Health Department officials were present.

 


 




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