Several decisions were taken in the Council of Ministers held in the Ministry today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh.


All Antyodaya and priority ration card holders residing in 1080 villages of the 09 Maada areas of the state will also be given at the rate of 02 kg country gram Rs. 05 per kg per ration card per month under the Chhattisgarh Food and Nutrition Security Act 2012. About one lakh 27 thousand 114 ration card holders will get the benefit of this.
It is noteworthy that in the Maada area, more than one Revenue Village with population of 10 thousand or more is said to be such a region where the population of 50% or more is tribal. There are 09 Mada areas in 07 districts of Chhattisgarh, out of which, in the districts of Raigarh, 02 Mada areas - 33 and 100 villages respectively in Gopalpur and Sarangarh. 77 in Nachania Maada area of ​​Rajnandgaon district, 147 in Mada area of ​​Balodabazar district, 46 in Rujga Mada area of ​​Janjgir-Champa district, Kawardha Mada area of ​​Kabirdham district 219, 200 in Madha area of ​​Mahasamund district and 200 in Mahasamund- 2 in 215 and 43 villages in Gangrel Mada area of ​​Dhamtari district. In all these Mada area villages, the number of Antyodaya and priority ration card holders is 1 lakh 27 thousand 114. In the Scheduled Tribe, these Mada areas, the people of special backward tribes Baga and Kamar communities also reside, they will also get the benefit.
 Chhattisgarh Autonomous Medical College's Educational Model Service Rules, 2018 will be implemented in the state. Under this, the powers of regular appointment of teachers for medical colleges and dental colleges will be to the executive committee of the autonomous committee and the appointments will be in a transparent manner, the college will be able to arrange payment of salaries of their own with self-revenue. It has also been made that the selected teachers will work in their respective colleges and their services will be non-locational. Under these rules, administrators, principals and hospital superintendents will not be admitted to administrative positions. Regular teachers selected by the pre-employed and Public Service Commission will be subject to the terms of service.
Solar pumps under the Solar-Suzla scheme will also be given to registered and operated Gaushalas under Livestock Development Department to facilitate irrigation facilities for the production of drinking water and fodder for animals. It is notable that under this scheme, under this scheme, farmers are being given solar irrigation pumps on government land in their fields. The first 51 thousand solar irrigation pump was set up in the state, which has been increased to 56, 574 from March 2019. In the current fiscal year 2018-19, spending Rs 490 crore would be spent on 19,494 solar irrigation pumps. The Council of Ministers also decided to set up solar pumps in a phased manner in Gaushalas



Farewell given to transmitted PRO Mr. Lahre and welcomed by Shri Kosrai


KORIYA

On the transfer of the District Public Relations Officer (PRO) Shri Sadam Loha, posted in the District Public Relations Office, held for last four and a half years, in a program organized in a dignified environment in the Janpad Panchayat Mananegrad's meeting room in the district of Baikunthapur, Manedragad and Chirmiri of Korea district, , Shrifal and Soumitra were felicitated and the newly elected District Public Relations Officer (PR) ) Laxmikant Kosria were greeted offering Puspguchc.


In the farewell and reception, the journalist remembered the days spent with Mr. Jai. He said that Mr. Lahare has done a remarkable job of coordinating with the journalists and reaching the people in the work of administration-administration. On this occasion, he appreciated the prosperity and merit of Sri lingam, the grace and kindness of his work and wished for his bright and happy future.

Transmitted PR Mr. Lahare said in his interpretation that due to the cooperation of the journalists, he has fulfilled his half-year period with complete dedication and efficiency. He thanked the journalist for his contribution to journalism in the district and thanked him for the support he received from journalists in the last four and a half years. Innovative PR Mr. Kosaria said that in the same way, the relocated PR Mr. Sri Singh has received support from the journalists, in the same way he has sought cooperation so that the people's welfare schemes of the administration can be carried to the people. Interesting poetry lessons were also organized on this occasion.

IBC in the program 24 Shri Satish Gupta, correspondent of ETV, Shri Ramcharit Dwivedi, ETV Editor; Shri Muktijay Chaturvedi, Bureau Chief of Amrit Sandesh, Mr. Sikandar Khan, News Correspondent of India News; Shri Jagjit Singh, Editor of News page 13. District Representative of Labor, Shri. Krishan Kumar Singh, Bansal News correspondent Shri Dulal De, R.T.N. News correspondent Shri Abhijit Mukherjee, INN News correspondent Mr. Rajlal Upadhyay, Editor of Media 24, Mr. Rakesh Meghani, Mr. Dhirendra Vishvakarma of Tehelka News, Mr. Manish Rakewar of Nav Bharat, Mr. Vineet Jaiswal, Mr. Dinesh Dwivedi, Mr. Ankur Gupta, Mr. Manoj Gupta and many journalists were present.




Cycle rally on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti


MAHASAMUND

The State Government has decided to organize 150th birth anniversary of Gandhi Jayanti throughout the year. District level cycles travel organized today by the district administration in this regard. In which Mahasamund Municipal Council President Mr. Pawan Patel, Vice President Smt. Kaushalya Bansal, District Member, Mr. Yogeshwar Chandrakrakar went on a green flag showing the cyclical journey.

 In the cyclic journey, people's representatives, officials-employees, students, students, youths, civilians, spread a message in large numbers and spread the message of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi (drug addiction and cleanliness). This cyclical journey starts from Government Adarsh ​​Higher Secondary School Mahasamund and ends in Boro Chandra, Shastri Chowk, Gandhi Chowk, Nehru Chowk, Nehru Chowk again in Government Model Higher Secondary School.
On the closing ceremony, the forest collector Shri Alok Tiwari shared some of Mahatma Gandhi's teachings among children and encouraged the children to run their cycles regularly. He said that due to good health by running a bicycle, environment pollution is also not there. Joint collector Shri Shivkumar Tiwari was inspired to follow Mahatma Gandhi's ideals and not to go into drug abuse.

Participation in District Level Cycle Tours, especially in schools, colleges, hostels of students, youth, social organizations, officers, employees, citizens and representatives of the people. District Sports Officer Mr. Manoj Kumar Dhritalhar expressed gratitude. On this occasion, District Education Officer Shri B. L. Kurre, Dr. D.D. Jharia, Shri Himanshu Bharti, Satish Nair and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.




Sworn oath to vote for citizens on the occasion of Janadhy Janayai


MAHASAMUND

On the occasion of the Janmashi Janayati in Sarayapali, the completion of the Sanitation Service Seva Campaign, Panchakhada was done by the Honorable MLA Mr. Ramlal Chauhan. On this occasion, he gave detailed information on the life of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. Cleanliness was done by the employees of the local people's representatives, officers-employees, women's self-help groups, municipal office of Sarai Pali, Shiv Mandir Pond. Apart from this, the oath was taken to vote for municipal employees, ordinary citizens.




Agriculture Minister in New Campus District of Kampa Launched


MAHASAMUND

Announcement of agriculture minister, agriculture minister will be named after Shri Purushottam Lal Kaushik

State Agriculture Minister Shri Brij Mohan Agarwal launched the new Government Agricultural College in Village Kampa yesterday. It is noteworthy that according to the announcement of Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh, the government agricultural college in Mahasamund district was found. Mr. Agarwal announced the name of the agriculture college named after the former Union Minister, late Shri Purushottam Lal Kaushik at the launch ceremony. On this occasion Mr. Agarwal also laid down the Bhumi Poojan for developing a haat market in ten places of Mahasamund district. He also inaugurated a hot market. The new Krishi Mahavidyalaya will be run in the current Chattisgarh Tourism Board in Kampa. The new campus of the college will be developed in Kampa only 200 acres.

Agriculture Minister Shri Brij Mohan Agarwal said on this occasion that six new Government Agricultural Colleges are being opened this year. One of these colleges is open in Mahasamund district. This is a great achievement for residents of Mahasamund district. He said that Kampa's agricultural college campus will be developed as the satellite center of Indira Gandhi Agricultural University Raipur. Mr. Agrawal said that Mahasamund district is also making its mark in the cultivation of horticulture. Apart from paddy in the farmers of Mahasamund, cultivation of fruits, flowers and vegetables is also increasingly popular in the fields of horticulture, organic crops. Students will be educated by Krishi Scientist in agricultural school and will give advanced farming information to thousands of farmers. He informed that the State Government has also given soil testing of their fields besides grants on agricultural machinery for the promotion of farmers. Farmers from the college will get new technology information and guide area in the guidance area. This will bring new awareness in the agriculture sector. Apart from this, the youth will be given a path to career building in the agriculture sector. He emphasized the importance of transforming the crop circle from the traditional cultivation to the peasants.

 On this occasion, Mr. Chandulal Sahu, MP of Mahasamund Lok Sabha constituency said in his remark that opening of Krishi Mahavidyalaya has added another new link in the development of the district. He said that there was a need for the students of this zone of Agriculture College. Mahasamund MLA Dr. Vimal Chopra while expressing his views said that the opening of the Agricultural College in village Kampa of Mahasamund assembly constituency is a matter of great fortune. He said that with the education of students through this college, the knowledge of farming and farming of farmers from the zonal system will be obtained very easily. Apart from this, Shri Ramlal Chauhan, SaraiPali MLA, Khallari MLA Mr. Chunni Lal Sahu, Former Minister of State, Mr. Poonam Chandra Karkare, Vice Chancellor of Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Dr. S.K. Patil also addressed

 In the program, Shri Agarwal performed the Bhumi Pujan of Mahatyamund Vidhan Sabha area of ​​Haat Bazar, which developed in Ramkheda, Lafinnkhurd, Khairjity, Chingraud, Jhapp and Bhamhani and Khandari Assembly constituencies of Teandukona, Bhurkoni, Munagaser and Komakhan. For these hot markets, the board has sanctioned Rs. 2.68 crore. The Agriculture Minister also inaugurated the developed market at Kaduaa of Saraypali at a cost of Rs. 59 lakhs 41 thousand rupees. On this occasion, the Deputy Chairman of the Zilla Panchayat Smt. Gopa Sahu, District President Mr. Dharamdas Manhilong, District Member Mr. Yogeshwar Chandrakar, Sarpanch Shri Ramesh Kumar Banjera along with other local public representatives and common citizens were present.

 




The unveiling of Mahatma Gandhi statue, Gandhiji's realization of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is to come true: Collector


BALRAMPUR

Try to move forward in life by following Gandhiji's shown paths and ideals. On the occasion of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, on October 02, the Collector Shri Hiralal Nayak said on the occasion of the unveiling of the statue of Mahatma Gandhi in the newly constructed Joint District Office Building.
Collector Shri Hiralal Nayak today unveiled the statue of Mahatma Gandhi established in the newly formed District Office premises. On this occasion, collector, district level officer and NSS Students wore wreaths on the statue of Mahatma Gandhi. Collector Shri Hiralal Nayak told everyone present to Gandhiji to follow the paths and ideals shown by him.

He asked Gandhiji to come forward and work to achieve Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. The Collector said that on September 19, the newly created joint district office was inaugurated by the Chief Minister, Dr. Raman Singh. Today, which is being duly inaugurated on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. The collector asked all district officials to listen to the grievances of the villagers coming from far away and to solve their problems promptly. He said that to fulfill the theme of Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 Smooth Goodwill Inclusive. More and more people have to increase their percentage of voting by making conscious of voting. On this occasion, the District Panchayat Vice President Mr. Taseasi and Additional Collector Mr. Vijay Kumar Kuzur also spoke about Gandhiji's ideals and said that he would work in the interest of the country. In the program, the symbol of unity of Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian, was displayed. The message of Sanitation service was presented through dance and solo by students of New College Balrampur. On this occasion, NSS students of district level officers-employees and colleges were present.




Rangoli competition on Ramanuj Mini Stadium on October 7 Registration for competition till 6th October


According to the resolution of the Election Commission of India, October 01, 2018, 'Sangari Chhe Vote Darare Bar' is being conducted under the voter education and election participation program (sweep) in the direction of Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Narendra Kumar Dugga for the forthcoming assembly elections. . Under this program, Rangoli Contest is being organized on 7th October at 2 pm from Ramanuj Mini Stadium, Shastri Ramanuj Higher Secondary School, District Headquarters, Baikunthpur. The competition is being organized for women belonging to the women self-help group formed under the National Rural Livelihood Mission and Urban Livelihood Mission.
District Panchayat Chief Executive Officer Smt. Tulika Prajapati told here today that on the Sweep theme based Rangoli competition, 11 thousand rupees for the first place recipient, Rs. 5 thousand rupees to the recipient of the second place and Rs. 3 thousand 100 will be given to the recipient of the third place. . In addition to this, 5 participants will be awarded a Satkhana prize of Rs.1 thousand 100 per participant. He told that participants participating in Rangoli competition will have to bring together all the material besides voter photo introduction letter (EPIC) in order to make color scheme. Registration for competition will be done by 6 pm on October 6. He has urged more women of the district to participate in the competition. The concerned development block can be contacted by the Office of the Project Manager for registration. Apart from this, Mr. Jagindra Singh mobile number 8349866519 for Vikaskhand Bharatpur, Ms. Kalpana Diwanangan mobile number 9755824288 for Vikaskhand Bhekundipur, Mr. Himanshu Korde mobile number 839589954 for development block, Ms. Supriya Kausip for development block Khadgwan mobile number 9907713066 and development block for Mannagar The registration can also be done by contacting Mr. Mastram mobile number 7999118465.



The press conference in relation to the election


BALRAMPUR

As per the Election Commission of India, Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Hiralal Nayak shared the preparations for the forthcoming assembly elections in 2018 with the press and the media. While addressing the reporters present in the press, the collector said that the final voter list has been published by the Election Commission. He said that there are a total of 4 lakh 90 thousand 722 voters in the district. There are 2 lakh 47 thousand 881 male voters and 2 lakh 42 thousand 816 voters. A proposal has been sent to the Election Commission to create a polling booth in the district where the number of voters is more than 1200 hundred. He said that the voters who have voter ID The cards are old and lost, the work of making such an epic card of those voters is being done. Voters do not have to face any difficulties during the election, for this, all the voters go to their home-house 05 days before voting for the area's BLO. Voting slips will be given by photo. Thereby facilitating the voters to exercise their right to vote. During the press, Additional Collector Shri Vijay Kumar Kuzur, Deputy District Election Officer Mr. Durgesh Verma, representative of electronic and print media of the district and representative of political party were present.




Mahatma Gandhi's statue unveiled in Joint District Office today


BALRAMPUR

On the occasion of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, on October 02, the unveiling of the Mahatma Gandhi statue of the Mahatma Gandhi at the newly formed United District Building Office, Balrampur, is to be unveiled at 8.00 AM. Collector Shri Hiralal Nayak has directed the District Head Office and Officers-employees of all departments to be present inevitably.




Majilis Rubella campaign from Oct 6 All children from 9 months to 15 years will feel the vaccine


Korea 01 October 2018 / In the Korea district as well as in the whole country, the Majils Rubella campaign will be run from October 6. Under this campaign, all children from 9 months to 15 years will be vaccinated. Collector Shri Narendra Singh Dugga has urged the citizens of the district to get vaccinated for all children from 9 months to 15 years under the Majilis Rubella campaign. He said that this vaccination will be done by health workers in all Anganwadi centers, government and private schools, madarsas and ashrams. This vaccine will be mainly helpful in protecting children from measles and rubella such as pneumonia, diarrhea, congenital divinity and death. He said that this vaccination campaign will be done only once, so he has asked the parents of the district to vaccinate his children in the form of vaccination in the form of vaccine in the past. For more information related to this campaign, he has urged the citizens to contact the health workers of Matanin, Anganwadi workers, teachers and close health centers of the respective area.




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