Public Service Center operator / agent selection and waiting list released


According to the information received from the deputy collector, Shri Ravi Singh, in the direction of Collector, Shri K.D. Devsanapati, the selection of total vacant 04 posts (Collective and Nagar Panchayat Jahir / Sithapur / Pratappur) of Public Service Center operator / agent is to be selected. The skill test for this was organized on July 28, 2018. The list of marks obtained after the skill test of the said candidates was issued on September 04, 2018 and the claim objection was received on 12 September 2018 on the basis of the received marks. The selection and waiting list can be reviewed on the notice board of the district website after the settlement of the said claim objection.


The establishment of the Child Protection Committee will also be in the urban bodies


Collector Shri Narendra Singh Dugga has constituted Monitoring Committee at the level of Cooperative Committee for procurement of rice at support price in Kharif marketing year 2018-19. He said that paddy will be procured from November 01 in cash and linking in 20 district marketing centers. Paddy procurement will be done till 31st January, 2019. The president of all these co-operative societies will be the chairman of the monitoring committees. Apart from this, the nominated representative of Sarpanch and collector of the concerned area in the monitoring committee will be a member of the Monitoring Committee. Monitoring committee monitoring the quality of paddy and the purchase of paddy from registered farmers etc.

District Food Officer informed that the President of Cooperative Committee for Chhindandan Mr. Shankar Lal Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area, Mrs. Phulaswari, the representative nominated by the collector, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer of the respective area Mr. Shardul Vikram Gupta, Co-operative Society for Duryatikra Mr. Shivnarayan, President of the respective area, Mr. Shivbalak Pardo, Sarpanch of the respective area. , Shri K. Karya, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer, Shri K. Aryya, President of the cooperative society for Sarbhoka, Mr. Ramlakhan Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area, Mr. Yuukkumar, the respected Regional representative, registered by the collector, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer Mr. Vijay S, Chairman of Cooperative Committee for Irrigation Center Patna Mr. Rakesh Pratap Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area; Represented by the collector, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer, Shri M K Michael, Regional Co-operative Society for Girijapur, Mr. Vijay Singh, Chairman of the respective area, Mrs Parvati Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area, collector Nominated Representative Region Rural Agricultural Extension Officer, Shri TP Pawale and Sub. Rgn Center Chairman of Cooperative Societies for Rjuli Mr. Bhuduli relevant field of head Mrs Basanti Paikra, rural agriculture extension officer of representatives nominated by the collector region will be members of Deepak Kumar Sahu Monitoring Committee.

Mr. Nanai Singh, Chairman of Cooperative Committee for Chairperson of the Empowerment Center, Representative nominated by the respective district's Sarpanch, Smt. Shyamavati Gand, Collector, Regional Rural Agricultural Extension Officer, Mr. Man Singh Marwi, Mr. Fakir Singh, President of Cooperative Committee for Barabspur, Mrs Bechan Bai Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area, representative by the collector Shri B.L. Mishra, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer of Dhit region, Mr. Dhan Singh, President of Cooperative Committee for the procurement center Ghuthra, representative of the respected area, Shri Babu Ram, representative of the respective district representative, Rural Revenue Extension Officer Mr. Rehmat Ali Kazi, Mrs. Bhagmania, President of Co-operative Society for Kheda Khelhari, Sarpanch of the respective area, Smt. Mr. Sumitra Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area; Representative nominated by the collector; Rural Kishi extension of the respective area; Officer Mr. Neeraj Jaiswal, Cooperative Committee for Pooni Mr. Phul Singh, Chairman of the respective area, Mrs. Vandana Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area; Shri Laxman Singh, Village Agricultural Extension Officer, Regional Agricultural Extension Officer, District Collector, Jilla, Mr. Jai Singh, Chairman of the district, Mr. Sarpanch, Collector Surjit Singh, Rural Conservation Extension Officer, Shri Suraj Singh, Mr. Ganga Ram, Chairman of Cooperative Society for Catering, Mr. Ganga Ram, Chairman of the respective area, Mrs. Bhagmi Murakam, the representative of the respective area, representative of Rural Development Extension Officer Shri Ram Bihari Laure, Chairman of Co-operative Society for Junkpur, Mr. Ram Prasad Singh , Sarpanch of the respective area, Mrs. Jagmaniya Bai, Representative of the Collector nominated by the Collector Shri Laxmi Prasad Ahirwar, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer of Dhandh region, and Shri Bandhu Ram Bagha, President of Cooperative Committee for Medicare Center, Smt. Savita Singh, Sarpanch of the respective area, representative nominated by Collector, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer, Shri Apoorva Khakhkho Monitor Will be a member of the committee.

Mr. Devadatta, President, Co-operative Society for Co-operation Center, Cotadol, Mrs. Shanti Khairwar, Sarpanch of the respective area; Represented by collector, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer, Shri RK Singh, Chairman of Co-operative Society, for Mr. Kazan, Mr. Manabodh Singh Regarding the representative nominated by the collector of the area, Mr. Dhan Singh Marak, the Sarpanch of the area. Mr. Muneeshwar Singh Pachara, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer of the area, Mr. Budhu Lal Singh, President of Cooperative Committee for Excise Center Chirmi, Shri Narayan Singh Kusro, Sarpanch of the respective area, representative nominated by Collector, Rural Agricultural Extension Officer, Mr. Pushpak Patel, Mr. Pramod Kumar, Chairman, Co-operative Society, Center for Sonhat Sector head Uday Raj Singh, area related representatives nominated by the collector





The establishment of the Child Protection Committee will also be in the urban bodies


The meeting of district child protection committee was held in the meeting room of Yeha District Collectorate under the chairmanship of Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga. In the meeting, he got detailed information about the work being done in respect of child protection in the district. In the meeting Mr. Dugga also gave directions for the formation of the Child Protection Committee in the urban bodies of the District Child Protection Committee and the members of the committee constituted in regard to child protection. In the meeting, he said that regular visits to the Child Home have been mentioned in the Annual Plan of ANM. They gave ANM instructions to visit regular childhood.

In the same way, they have spread the Adoption process in all the private nursing homes, to inspect the child line regularly on the bus stand and railway station and according to the Right to Education act, children of child care institutions in private schools are in touch. Prioritized even to give priority In the meeting, they were also discussed in connection with the works of juvenile justice board and child welfare committee and prison inspection. There were also discussions regarding the issues of missing children in the district and they gave the courtesy to follow the directions given by the High Court regarding the missing children. They learned about the tasks related to rescuers, rehabilitation and social integration of missing children.

On this occasion, Mr. Chandresh Sisodia, District Program Officer, Women and Child Development Department, gave detailed information about the work done regarding child protection. In the meeting, Additional Superintendent of Police, Smt. Nivedita Pal Sharma, Secretary of District Legal Services Authority, Ms. Sage Nayak, Chief Medical and Health Officer, Mr. S. Pekera, Assistant Commissioner of Tribal Development Department, Mr. C.L.Jayaswal, Head of the Municipality Baikunthpur. District Officers of District Child Protection Committee including Municipal Officer, Mr. Rakesh Sharma, District Bar protection officer were present.


T.D.S. Workshop in relation to deduction


On Monday, October 1, at the collectorate meeting room, G.T. TDS under the Act Regarding the implementation of the deduction, the workshop of all the Drawing and Disbursing Officers (DDOs) of the District will be held after the meeting of the time-limit in the collectorate meeting room.

Timeline meeting on 01 October


On Tuesday, October 1, at 10.30 pm, in the collector's meeting room, the TL meeting will be held in the collectorate to be held in the collectorate. The date of the meeting has been changed due to the government holiday on October 02 in the celebration of Gandhi Jayanti.

Cooperative Minister distributed smart mobile phone in Narayanpur


Shri Dayaladas Baghel, Minister of Cooperative, Culture and Tourism, Government of Uttar Pradesh, today, in the remote village Panchayat of Navagad Block, Narayanpur. Under the Communication Revolution Sky Scheme, distribution of FourG Smart Mobile Phones to the villagers. Shri Baghel said that the sensitive Chief Minister of the state Dr. Raman Singh has started many schemes in the interest of the poor. Whether it is cheval distribution, Saraswati cycle scheme at affordable rates, facility of treatment upto Rs 50 thousand in smart card, interest on zero percent interest for farming and farming, Ujjwala scheme is included mainly. Today the camp was organized by the Electricity Department under Narcotic Power Bill Scheme in Narayanpur. On this occasion, Panchgana was also attended by Taranjan Sahu, President of Janpad Panchayat Navagad, Sarpanch Gram Panchayat Narayanpur Smt. Shakuntala Sahu.

Organizing Gram Sabha to be held in Panchayats from October 2, Collector gave the CEO To the prescript


Gram Sabha will be organized in Panchayats on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, in the Bemetara district. In this regard, the Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware has appointed all the District CEOs. In order to organize the Gram Sabha, issuing circular has been directed at the local level. According to the circular issued by the collector on the directions of the State Government, it has been stated that according to the prescribed schedule, the meeting of the Gram Sabhas will be started from 2 October 2018 in every village. For the meeting of Gram Sabha held from 2nd October, a timetable should be prepared for organizing Gram Sabhas in each village panchayat and their dependent villages in the district panchayat, so that at one date a village gram sabha can be held in one gram panchayat . With this type of arrangement, the Sarpanch and the Secretary will be able to be easily available in the Gram Sabha meeting.

Special responsibility should be given to the officers and employees according to the local requirement for organizing the Gram Sabha. The following points should be considered especially in the Gram Sabhas - Detailed information should be given about the construction of Gram Panchayat Vikas Yojana (Hummer Gav Harmar Yojana) and action should be taken in relation to construction of work plan according to the guidelines. To encourage rural cleanliness programs under various programs, review the progress of the two facilities / constructions in the houses / constructions. Ensure the quality and utilization of the two offices built under Clean India Mission.

Two open-ended villages in the open should also be reviewed; To achieve 100% toilets in Gram Panchayat, number of total families, toilets, number of toilets, number of families, all members of families The toilet is being used by? Discuss all steps taken by the members of the family on all occasions and on the steps taken on the steps taken to discourage the use of the two operators and those who are not using the 2Gour offices or setting up of monitoring committee for toilets. The person / organization / organization doing outstanding work in the field of cleanliness and work should be honored by organizing the function on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti on 02th of October.

After conducting cleanliness program of all the check-chaas and established idols of villages, on October 02, as a cleanliness day in Chhattisgarh, all organized. Gandhi Gurdwara will be set up in Gram Panchayats with a population of more than 5000 thousand in Chhattisgarh. After marking the land for garden establishment, the work of excavation of trees, plantation, filling etc. will be done from Mentre item. Resolution regarding the principles and principles of Mahatma Gandhi ji, and in every Gram Panchayat Bhavan, the writing of the works of Gandhiji's works should be done. Discussion regarding concrete / liquid waste management in the Gram Panchayat area; Promoting Gandhian thought philosophy through Gram Sabha.

Proposals for issuing audit certificate for the expenditure of the accounts of the expenditure, approval of approved works, administrative approval, cost of work, approval of expenditure incurred on expenditure and expenditure incurred by various schemes under 2018-19, 2018-19. . The fair / market / the establishment of Kanji House and the review of the expenditure incurred, before the Panchayat / present office bearers and officials / employees from which the accounts of panchayats should be accounted for or accounted for arrears should be read in the Gram Sabha. It has been stated in the circular issued that under the 14th Finance Commission, the following rules / instructions should be read in the gram panchayats for obtaining the performance of grants - taxes should be fully charged by the panchayat. (List of accused tax should be read and read) and details of action taken in the proceedings of the alleged taxes should be sent to this office through the Janpad Panchayat.

Recovery collected against the tax charged by the panchayat, should be read out in the list of names of those who deposit the amount against the accused taxation. Details of the amount collected and the amount collected and the balance and the information of the person through Janpad Panchayat. To be sent to this office. Increase in revenue of self compared to last year (Statement of revenues up to last year and September 2018); Audited accounts of the Gram Panchayat two years ago and yearly assessment of taxation and recovery of taxes, Mahatma Gandhi employment guarantee Based on the demand for employment by the rural families in the village panchayats of the district under the scheme, keeping in mind the situation of the year, provide work. Approval of Ane's action plan and should review the conditions of employment provided.

Keeping in view the possibility of adversity of monsoon in the state in kharif 2018, weather based crop insurance scheme has been implemented to reimburse farmers for their crop loss. Crop insurance scheme should be discussed in gram sabha to get maximum benefit from farmers. This scheme is mandatory for the debtor farmers. The farmers also get rid of the benefits of this scheme. Social audit of beneficiaries and beneficiaries of beneficiaries under the Social Assistance Program should be verified. The books of Swami Atmanand Library will be discussed in the Gram Sabha regarding the availability of village residents for reading.

In relation to the cancellation of applicants received in respect of the Right to Information Act 2005, review. Under the Education Quality Campaign, the level of level of expected successes will be reviewed by the quality of education of the students, the level of teacher work performance of the teachers, 2 infrastructure and sanitation system, drinking water and water system for rescue. To provide information on the provisions of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2015, at the Panchayat level, discussions should be made regarding the formation of Bal Mitra Panchayat and the creation of child marriage free village panchayat. Due to the implementation of the prepared work plan under the scheme of daughter saving, education and planning, women and child development departments should be discussed.

The Election Commission of India has the intention that all the citizens who have attained the age of 18 in all the forthcoming elections have attained the age of 18, but they can not register their names in any voter list due to any reason. Twin names in the voter list so that no citizen can not be deprived of the constitutional right of voting and enthusiastically attempting his franchise in a fear-free environment. Able to do Pledge to the civilians in the Gram Sabha organized on the occasion of 02 October 2018. The format of affidavit is sent enclosed. In view of the local requirement by the Janpad Panchayat / Gram Panchayat, other subject matter can be included in the Gram Sabha Agenda. After the meeting of the Gram Sabha, get information compiled in the District Panchayats, make the Collector's office aware of the proceedings before October 15, 2018 and make sure to send information to the Directorate of Panchayat in New Raipur position.






State-level school competition ends on October 02


The closing ceremony of the 18th state level school competition 2018 is held on Tuesday 02 October at 12 noon at the historic Basic School Ground. The Chief Guest of the ceremony will be Co-operative Minister Mr. Dayaladas Baghel. The program will be chaired by Mr. Tambrandh Sahu, MP of Durg Lok Sabha constituency. As a special guest, MLA Bemetra Avdesh Singh Chandel, Vice Chairman of District Panchayat Bemetra Shri Dilip Singh Thakur, Vice President of District Panchayat Bemetra Shri Santhadra Diwan, Vice Chairman of Municipal Council Bemetra Shri Vijay Sukhwani will be present.

District level Joint Consultative Committee meeting chaired by the Collector

Bemetara : The District Level Joint Consultative Committee meeting of representatives of various recognized employees organizations of the government was held today under the chairmanship of Collector Mahadev Kaware in the presence of Joint District Office, Bemetra, in the meeting room. The collector said that all the government officials and employees must first discharge their duties and obligations firstly. He instructed the departmental officials to expedite the various problems related to employee interest as early as possible. Representatives of various employees' organizations expressed gratitude to the collector for organizing district level meeting. The collector said that the officials of the District level from time to time also organized a meeting in their respective departments to ensure the various problems of the employees.

The Collector ordered the issuance of showcause notices in the meeting, expressing displeasure over the absence of the Secretary of Food Factory, Markfed District Marketing Officer, Agriculture Produce Market, Bemetara. Employees' associations were thanked to the collector for the restoration of the suspended employees during the visit by the collector.The District Magistrate said that the department should give drinking slip inevitably, to ensure timely confidentiality of their department, hearing and decision of Departmental Investigation (DE) on time, in which departments, pending timings, pay scales are resolved.

During the meeting, it was mentioned by the employees' organizations that there was no room for any waiting room for the visitors to meet the collector in the collectorate, the wait room has now been constructed. Likewise, for the drivers of Joint District Office, Bemetara, there was a demand for providing a room like other districts in the state, also to establish a Basic (Land line) phone in the said room. In a meeting organized in a conducive environment, discussions were discussed in the various departments of the Agenda, regarding pending promotion, progress, time-scale pay scale, follow-up appointment, earned leave, pension case, medical assistance, departmental check, annual salary increase etc. Besides, pay-slips, timely confidential photographs, supply of uniforms to small wage staff, and hot coat supply in winter, indebtedness of service book passbook etc. were discussed.

Representatives of the employee organizations in the meeting demanded that the photocopy of the report should be made available to the respective employees by making a confidential report. On this occasion, CEO of District Panchayat Mr. S. Alok, the additional collector by Mr. K.S. Mandavi, Shri S. R. Wailing, SDM Berla- Mr. R.P. District Education Officer Shri G.R. Chandrakar, Executive Engineer P.H.E. Shri Parikrish Chaudhary, Water Resources Shri Kuldeep Narang, CMHO Dr. S.K. Sharma, Civil Surgeon Dr. S.K. Apart from Pal, Assistant Commissioner Ajak Apart from Mrs Menka Chandrakar, six. Representatives of accredited staff organizations were present in addition to representatives of third class employees union, teacher association, clerical class government employee union, small wage employee association, patwari union, education union, state employee union, driver union etc.

Distributed Motorized Tricycle to four Divisions

Bemetara : Collector Mahadev Kavare and Vijay Sinha, president of the Municipal Council, distributed motorized triuscle to four Divisions of the district. These include Meghnath Sahu Village Bialai, Rama Nishad Bhimpuri, Nilesh Verma Kanteli and Gopal Verma Lolasera. Senior Superintendent of Police H.R. Manohar, CEO of District Panchayat S. Alok, Additional Collector S. R. Women's, A.S.P. Vimal Bas was present.

Under the District Mineral Trust, 25 Nos. Motorized Triuscle has been purchased in the district. This includes 13 under Navi Mandala, Navagad 04, Bemetra 05 and Berla 04. During the Atal Vikas Yatra, Chief Minister Dr. On arrival of Raman Singh, Triasikal was distributed to the devotees.

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