Divisional level seniority list of Aadhaar grade-2 published


Surajpur 

In the case of Aadhaar grade-1 of April 1, 2017, divisional level seniority list has been published. The information of this seniority list can be done on the information panel of the Commissioner, Office of the Saruguzha Division Ambikapur and the Sarguja, Surajpur, Korea, Jashpur and Balrampur-collector office of Ramanujganj district. In respect of seniority list, claim-objection can be submitted within 15 days of the establishment branch of Ambigapur, the Commissioner's office of the Sariguza division. No consideration will be made on the claim-objection after the scheduled time period. This information was given by Deputy Commissioner.




District Level Monitoring Committee constituted


Surajpur 

Collector, District Mineral Trust, Sun Surakpur, Shri K.D. Devsanapati has informed that District Level Monitoring Committee has been constituted for the quality of the work under the District Mineral Trust (DMF) and the technical and social audit of the relevant standards. In which the Chief Executive Officer District Panchayat has been appointed as the Chairman of the Committee and Assistant Commissioner of Tribal Development Surajpur, District Education Officer Surajpur, Additional Engineer Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana, Assistant Director of Park Surajpur and CGMG District Panchayat Surajpur.




Medical board to organize medical certificate on 20th October


Surajpur 

According to information received from the Chief Surgeon Superintendent of Police, Dr. Shashi Tirki, under the guidance of Collector, Shri K.D. Devsanapati, a Medical Board has been organized in New District Hospital Surajpur on 20th October 2018 to prepare a medical certificate for newly appointed job seekers of the district. . Therefore, interested candidates can make their medical certificate by appearing on the date.




Two lakh 86 thousand 942 wall writing, hoardings, posters and banner flags removed under the Property Discrimination Prevention Act


Surajpur 

After the implementation of Model Code of Conduct, the action of removal of publicity material from government and private assets under the Property Discrimination Prevention Act is on full swing. Action has been taken to remove two lakh 86 thousand 942 wall writing, hoardings, posters and banner flags from the government and private assets till now (till 11th October) in the state. One lakh 86 thousand 723 government assets and 1 lakh 219 public goods have been removed from private assets.

Chief Electoral Officer Shri Subrata Sahu said here today that after the Model Code of Conduct came into effect, action was being taken expeditiously under the Property Discrimination Prevention Act. In the last five days, two lakh 12 thousand 883 in government assets and one lakh 18 thousand 997 in private assets ie 3 lakh 31 thousand 880 publicity material has come to light. These include one lakh 21 thousand 341 wall writing, 90 thousand 901 posters and billboards, 76 thousand 337 banners and 51 thousand 450 other promotional materials.




Keep your business dealings identical: Mr. Subrata Sahu


Surajpur 

Chief Election Officer Mr. Subrata Sahu has asked the traders not to be disturbed by the inquiry done by Udddasta during the code of conduct. They have advised traders to carry the identification card to avoid any transaction problem. After the implementation of Model Code of Conduct, the merchant union delegation met today Chief Electoral Officer and apprised him of his problems. While assuring the delegation, Shri Sahu urged the bank to keep the identity card during the transfer or withdrawal of the bank for carrying out the deposits and withdrawals. Under this, can be presented to the flying squad if demand for a deposit sleeve or withdrawal sleep.




Chief Electoral Officer made direct contact with voters on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube


Surajpur 

Chhattisgarh's Chief Electoral Officer, Mr. Subrata Sahu, has been on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for one hour from 12 noon to 1 a.m. During this time, he answered the questions of many voters and resolved their curiosity.

Under the Chief Electoral Officer Votant Awareness Program, the people who are interested in making better access to voters and encouraging them to vote in the upcoming assembly elections. Thousands of people joined them through Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, and asked questions about the preparations, procedures and arrangements for the elections. During the live, additional Chief Electoral Officer Shri S. Social media wing officers and technical staff were also present on the election including Bhartidasan and Joint Chief Electoral Officer Shri Sameer Vishnoi.

Chief Election Officer Shri Subrata Sahu said during a live chat on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube that in Chhattisgarh, the elections will be held in two phases on November 12 and November 20. With the announcement of election programs, Model Code of Conduct has come into effect in the state. He appealed to the people to name them in the maximum number of voters' list. Focusing on voting, use your franchise without any temptation or pressure. The Election Commission of India is fully committed for independent and unbiased election. All necessary controls and monitoring are being ensured to ensure compliance of Model Code of Conduct.

Shri Sahu also told the voters about the online mobile app C-VIIL, which is being used for the first time in the state for complaints of violations of Model Code of Conduct. He informed that any Android-based smartphone camera using this app can register a complaint through the Three-G or Four-G Connection, by taking photographs of the violation of the Code of Conduct or making a video. The complainant will get information about the action taken on his complaint within 100 minutes through the app. This app will start working after the nomination process begins for the first phase of the state from October 16. It can be downloaded from Google PlayStore.

While voting on Facebook and Twitter, during the election, voters made laws, arrangements for the Model Code of Conduct, Election Expenditure, nomination process, voter list revision and new name, voter identity card, arrangement for polling party, social work by candidates and political parties during the election. Media use, publicity, action of property deformity, arrangement at polling booths for divisions, postal ballot expenses Est, asked a number of questions about electronic voting machines and Vivipat.

 




Nodal officer to be appointed for postal ballot distribution in districts


Surajpur 

                                                 Monitoring instructions on postal department for unusual transactions on savings accounts

 

Chief Election Officer Shri Subrata Sahu has asked the Director of Indian Postal Services to appoint nodal officers for distribution of the postal ballot in each district. They have instructed to ensure the compliance of the guidelines of the Election Commission of India for the distribution of postal ballots and to ensure its return after voting. During a review meeting held in the office of Chief Electoral Officer, he said that the posters nominated by the Postal Department will be delivering daily returning ballot papers to the Returning Officer of the respective assembly constituencies till 3 pm. Candidates or their representatives will be present at the time of delivery of postal ballot papers.

During the meeting, Mr. Sahu directed the officers of the Department of Posts to make available information regarding the unusual transaction in the savings bank accounts in the post office to the District Election Office. He said that the Department of Posts should be cautious of any transaction and report of unusual transactions to the concerned Election Office immediately. Chief Electoral Officer said that all recognized political parties and candidates contesting election will be informed in writing in this regard. The receipt of the number of postal charges received daily will be made available by the District Election Officer. He said that on the day of counting day, the arrangement for admission to the Legislative Department of the postal department in all the assembly constituencies will be arranged by the District Election Office.

In the meeting, Additional Chief Executive Officer Dr. S. Bhartidasan, Joint Chief Electoral Officer Shri Sameer Vishnoi, Regional Director of Postal Department Shri M.B. Mr. Baz, Assistant Director Mr. Yadav, Deputy Chief Election Officer Mr. U.S. Mr. Jageshwar Kaushal was present in Agrawal and Nodal Officer for postal ballots.


 




Divisional level seniority list of Aadhaar grade-2 published Claims objections can be made within 15 days


Division wise seniority list has been published in the position of Jashpurnagar 15th October 2018 / 1st Grade-2 of April 1, 2017. The information of this seniority list can be done on the information panel of the Commissioner, Office of the Saruguzha Division Ambikapur and the Sarguja, Surajpur, Korea, Jashpur and Balrampur-collector office of Ramanujganj district. In respect of seniority list, claim-objection can be submitted within 15 days of the establishment branch of Ambigapur, the Commissioner's office of the Sariguza division. No consideration will be made on the claim-objection after the scheduled time period. This information was given by Deputy Commissioner.




Examination for admission in Sainik School on 6th January


Jashpurnagar October 15, 2018 / All India Sainik School entrance examination will be held on January 6, 2019 for admission in sixth and ninth grade in Session 2019-20 in Sainik School, Ambikapur. Form for entrance examination in Sainik School, Ambikapur, on 26 November 2018, the official website of Sainik School Society can be filled online only from the post. Activities of Sainik School, Ambikapur, can be seen on the website of the school's website. For detailed information regarding this, contact can be made on the telephone number 07774261609 of the Sainik School, 7747032999.
Principal of Sainik School has said that the date of birth of the student should be between April 1, 2007 and March 31, 2009 for admission in class VIII. Similarly, for admission to Class IX, the student's birth date should be between 1 April 2004 and 31 March 2006. For admission in class IX, it is compulsory for the student to be eighth grade. Examination centers for admission in Sainik School for class 6th students, Ambikapur, Bilaspur, Raipur, Raigad, Kanker and Jagdalpur have been prescribed. And for admission in class IX, the examination center has been set up at Sainik School, Ambikapur.




20 lacs sanctioned for families affected by natural disaster


Jashpur Nagar 15 October 2018 / Financial Assistance grant amount of 20 lakhs has been approved for the affected families in 5 cases of loss of natural calamities. After the death of Anjulus Panna father Nishor Panna resident of village Dipatoli of Kunkuri tehsil in the water, after the death of 15 June 2018, the nearest heir of the deceased was Rs 4 lakh for Pramod Panna, son of deceased, Ashish Bhagat, father Pradeep, resident of village Tamuku of Manora tehsil. When Bhagat died on March 16, 2018, the nearest heir of the deceased was Pradeep Bhagat, father of the deceased, Rs 4 lakh, village Dondagaon of Manora tehsil. Ukraine mine father Mkbul Khan's death next heir of the deceased to be on February 20, 2018 deceased father Mkbul Khan went sanctioned crores funding of 4 million to Jacob.
In addition, the residents of village Mado of Manora tehsil by aerial electricity After the death of Ankita Ekka father Thomas on June 22, 2018, the nearest heir of the deceased was given Rs 4 lakh to Thomas Ekka, father of the deceased and died on April 23, 2018, when the death of Sunty Bai husband Gurbal Ram, resident of village Katangkhar, of Kansabel tehsil, from the serpent, died on April 23, 2018. A financial assistance of Rs. 4 lakhs has been approved for her husband, Gurbal, of the nearest heir of the deceased.




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