Rs 40 lakh sanctioned to 10 beneficiaries of natural calamity victims


Surajpur 31 Jan

According to information received from Additional Collector Shri KP Singh in the direction of Collector, Shri K.C. Devsenapati, 10 beneficiaries of natural victims have been given financial assistance of Rs. 40 lakhs. According to the issuing order, the death of the deceased resident of village Narola Satipatra under the release order, death of Nanhotu, self-Ramvroksha, of Gopa, on August 15, 2017, due to the death due to drowning of water in the well, due to the death of the nearest person, his wife, Phulasari husband, Self Nanchhotu,Due to the death due to drowning of water in the well of the village due to death due to drowning in the water of the well on December 03, 2017, the father of Arvind Khan Ramnaresh, father of Aslam Khan, father of Aslam Khan, a resident of village Bonga, Died on February 18, 2018, due to his death due to drowning in water, his father Alam Khan Abdul Abdul Gaffar,Death of the deceased resident of Chichidand, husband of Biphan caste Kodak, died on October 26, 2017, due to the dying of water in the well, his husband, Biffa, Roha, died due to the death of Bharat ADE Maheshwar Jati Gond of the deceased resident of village Tukudand 03 September Due to death due to drowning in the water of the well in 2017, the nearest ward of the deceased is to his father Maheshwar A. Ramaraj,Death of the deceased resident of Gram Kasi, Sukhram, Somuru, Kangar, died on April 13, 2018 due to the death of aerial power due to the death of the nearest person of the deceased, his father, Somuru, Gokul, under Vikaskhand Surajpur, the resident of village Parri's LalMan Bai, husband, Daduram, Jati Rajwar. Due to death due to drowning in the water of well on November 19, 2017, the nearest ward of the deceased is to her husband, Dadur Ram, R. R. Paryari Oh,Due to death due to drowning in the water of Hadhl Nala on 16th January, 2018, the deceased resident of village Jageshwari, son of Somesari, of Maheshpur, died due to drowning in the water of her husband, her husband Somaar Saif A Raja, sons / daughters Dilip, Devanti, Shushila, Kaushiles, Basanti , The financial assistance amount of four lakh rupees has been sanctioned to Sheila Aa.

In the anticipation of the amount allocation, the demand number 58 will be deemed to be in the anticipation of allotment in the fiscal year 2018-19 under the Top 2245 Natural Disaster Relief.

Similarly, due to death due to drowning in the water of well on August 24, 2016, due to the death of her husband, Himesh Lal Jati Rajwar, Tumun husband of village resident, village Kenapara, under development block Bhayyathan, her husband, Hiramal Lal, RamlalAnd the death of Santosh Singh, a resident of village Durgapur under Vikaskhand Parmanagar, was approved by the financial assistance of four lakh rupees to his father Jamalu al Imam, after the death of Jamal Gond, due to his death due to drowning in water on November 10, 2017. has gone. In anticipation of the amount allocation, the demand number 58 top 2245 will be economical in anticipation of the allocation for financial year 2017-18 under natural calamity relief.

 

 

 




Collector, Balak Ashram Kanakpur did the necessary guidelines given to the Inspecting Inspector


Balrampur 31 Jan

Shri Hiralal Nayak, collector of Balak Ashram Kanakpur of Vikaskhand Ramchandrapur, took a surprise inspection and took information about the arrangements of the ashram from the hostel superintendent and gave necessary directions.

The collector took information about the facilities and arrangements given by the students in the hostel. He asked the students poetry and hill. The Collector told the hill from 16 to 19 and asked the children to repeat behind them. During this, the student Pawan Singh told the song, the collector asked Pawan Singh to teach his team to sing In order to overcome fear, fear and suspicion from the children's mind, they instructed the hostel superintendent to collect the children daily and collect together all the other modes, including the hill, poetry, common sense, collective instructions.

He gave instructions to the hostel superintendent to take care of the children's cleanliness, health, improve the level of education of the children and to arrange food, drinking water, toilets. The collector has arranged for the distribution department for the health facility of Durgesh Verma for the development of health facilities and sweat arrangements for the children, the wages of the laborers working in the ashram, and arrangement of sports goods to discuss with the officer of Tribal Development Department. said.

 




Collector imposes restriction on raising of paddy from Mahavirganj, Trikunda Committee


Balrampur 31 Jan

The Collector Mr. Hiralal Nayak conducted an accidental inspection of Dhan Urpasan Kendra Tatapani, Bhavranmal, Mahavirganj, Trikunda, Dindo and Sanval. They have imposed an immediate ban on the rise of paddy after getting heavy irregularities in procurement of paddy in Mahavirganj and Trikunda Committee.

Collector Shri Hiralal Nayak undertook an accidental inspection of paddy procurement register and token register and other documents by reaching the paddy acquisition center, Tatapani, Bhanwarmal, Mahavirganj, Trikunda, Dindo and Sanval.

They found huge irregularities in procurement of paddy in Mahavirganj and Trikunda committee and due to the non-stacking of paddy in accordance with the rules and norms, immediately stopped the upturn of paddy from the committee and according to the stacking criteria of the paddy purchased from the committee employees. Instructed The collector said that after the last day of purchase of paddy, 31 January, there is a need for a microscopic examination of all the documents of the earning center.And in the committee, the physical verification of the paddy to the physical verification was done by the Nodal Officer, including the Manager, Manager, Paddy Purchase Incharge, Operating Board Member and Computer Operator. During the inspection, the Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue Mr. Durgesh Verma, Naib Tehsildar Mr. Pancham Salam, Deputy Director Animal Mr. BP Satnami, Assistant Director Fishery Shri Murat Singh and other officials were present.

It is worth mentioning that 1394162.90 quintals of paddy has arrived in paddy production centers in the district so far. Out of which 79883.40 quintals thick rice and 1314279.50 quintals of diluted paddy have been purchased. There has been an uproar of 583888 quintals of paddy.

 




Collector's review of pending revenue cases concluded with revenue officials


Bemetara 31 Jan

Collector Mahadev Kaware reviewed the cases of nomination, partition, map-measles, B-1, income and caste certificates by taking a meeting of revenue officials today. The collector said that the revenue officials should regularly visit their areas, the authorities are related to the common people, the rural and the farmers.

Therefore, all the officials and the field staff, with the help of the general public, make sure to quickly solve the problems of the rural areas while touring the rural areas.

According to the intent of the State Government, the District Magistrate directed the Tehsildars for protection and promotion of four identifiers of Chhattisgarh Narva, Garuwa, Ghurva Aau Bari, that they should mark the land for Gautan and pasture in their respective areas.

Observe the drainage leaflets and mark the land. In the meeting, Additional Collector S. R. Women, Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue Saaja Umashankar Sahu, Navagadh DS Uike, Berla R. Tehsildar and Nayab Tehsildar were present along with P. Anchala.Mr. Kaware expressed his displeasure over the delay of four months of the amount received from the death of snakebite and celestial power. Collector's Revenue Book Circular RBC In the 6-4 episodes, the revenue officials were told to work sensitively. So that the assistance received from the government can be given to the needy families on time. Some revenue officials said that they first prepare the case and demand the allocation of the amount.

Taking into account the purchase of rice at the support price, the collector has instructed the departmental magistrates to increase the number of vehicles to increase the transport of paddy from the paddy production centers. The collector gave necessary instructions to the revenue officials to ensure presence in the fixed headquarters of the Patwaris. He got information regarding caste certificates issued in schools.

It was informed in the meeting that till date, 95 thousand temporary caste certificates have been issued in the schools of the district. The collector gave instructions to the departmental officers to identify blind voters and prepare them for the new color ePIC card. In connection with the ramp facility for insufficient voters in the polling stations, also where to make it ready as per the requirement.He also took information regarding the booth level plan, besides questioning whether the voters' guide had been distributed with revenue officials.

 

He also took information regarding the booth level plan, besides questioning whether the voters' guide had been distributed with revenue officials.
 

 

 




Collector's review of pending revenue cases concluded with revenue officials


Bemetara 31 Jan

Collector Mahadev Kaware reviewed the cases of nomination, partition, map-measles, B-1, income and caste certificates by taking a meeting of revenue officials today. The collector said that the revenue officials should regularly visit their areas, the authorities are related to the common people, the rural and the farmers.

Therefore, all the officials and the field staff, with the help of the general public, make sure to quickly solve the problems of the rural areas while touring the rural areas.

According to the intent of the State Government, the District Magistrate directed the Tehsildars for protection and promotion of four identifiers of Chhattisgarh Narva, Garuwa, Ghurva Aau Bari, that they should mark the land for Gautan and pasture in their respective areas.

 




Instructions to promote EVM, VVPET


Bemetara 31 Jan

The date-wise program has been prepared for the promotion of EVMs, Voters Variable Paper Audit Trail (VV Stomach) at all polling stations in the district till 28th February 2019. Collector and District Election Officer Mahadev Kawre has issued a letter to all Tehsildars and Sub-divisional magistrates of the district that they are engaged in the duties of Patwari, Panchayat Secretary, BLO, Master Trainer in the area of ​​their charge, There are instructions to complete. In the release letter, it has been stated that EVM, VV Regarding the safety of the stomach, the instructions of the commission should be followed strictly. Publicity will also be documented.

Scanning of EVM machines will also be done through mobile app. First level work of EVM machines (FLC) will be started from February 01 in the district. On this occasion, Deputy Collector Smt. Sily Thomas E.w.m. Nodal Officer, Parikshit Chaudhary, DIO Rohit Chandravanshi, Election Supervisor Santosh Namdev, Assistant Programmer Babi Rajput were present on the occasion.




The collector participated in conferencing video of election commission


Bemetara 31 Jan

India Election Commission New Delhi today gave information about the management and new software of EVM machine with video conferencing of all the collectors and district election officers of Chhattisgarh. Also demo was done as well. Collector and District Election Officer Mahadev Kavare V.C. Participated in Vc During this, it was informed that new software and mobile app launch has been launched for management of EVM machine.

Earlier it was the ETS-EVM Tehelka King system, which has now replaced the new Safari EMS-EVM Management System. Through this, transfer of interstate and inter-district machines and receipt of machines in machine ware house and strong room and allocation of machines for training, randomization of machines etc. will be done through this service.

Scanning of EVM machines will also be done through mobile app. First level work of EVM machines (FLC) will be started from February 01 in the district. On this occasion, Deputy Collector Smt. Sily Thomas E.w.m. Nodal Officer, Parikshit Chaudhary, DIO Rohit Chandravanshi, Election Supervisor Santosh Namdev, Assistant Programmer Babi Rajput were present on the occasion.




Quick settlement of pending applications - Collector Shri Kaware


Bemetara 31 Jan

Collector Mahadev Kaware took a meeting of the departmental officers in the collectorate meeting room today, collector general, mass problem solving camp, TL Instructions for quick disposal of pending applications received from meetings and other high offices. He warned the officials that during the review today, it was found that after observing the online status of the applications by some departments of the district till date the applications are still pending,This situation is not right. Otherwise, they warn against making unfavorable comments in their confidential background (CR). Officials are not working as interested in it. Also mention the work related to the Budget and to be resolved at the departmental level and also give written notice to the respective applicant.

The collector said that recently, while addressing the collector conference held by the Chief Minister in Raipur in the capital, the Chief Minister said that the problem which can be solved only in the development and tehsil level, the related application and complaint should not come to the capital Raipur.

The collector will give special attention to this. Collector Shri Kavre said that officials take the problems of common citizens seriously and also express their sensitivity in resolving it. If the problem of a needy and suffering person is diagnosed, you will also be self-satisfied and the pending status of the application will also not be shown.

District Panchayat CEO S. Alok, Additional Collector S. R. Mahilang, SDM Saja Umashankar Sahu, Navagadh- Dev Singh Uike, Berla-R.P. Aanchala, CEO of all the four Janpad Panchayat and CMO of urban body and district level officials were present.

 




Registration for third state-level half marathon till 15th February


Surajpur 30 Jan

The third state-level half-marathon race will be held by the Chhattisgarh Sports and Youth Welfare Department on Sunday, 24th February 2019 at Atal Nagar, Raipur, from 7:30 am, the online registration has started. In-charge sports officer Mou Gaus Beg said that 21 km of women, men and senior citizens in various marathon marathons And a 3 km trecikil race for Divyanogo and 1 km for visually impaired people will be organized.

The online registration can be done by downloading the Raipur Haaf Marathon 2019 from the Google Play Store for registration through the official website of the Sports Department www.sportsyw.cg.gov.in and from the mobile app. The last date for online registration is February 15, 2019. For more information regarding marathon, contact can be made in the Sports and Youth Welfare Department of Surajpur District.




The martyrdom day of the Father of the Nation celebrated in the Government Higher Secondary School Kendra


Surajpur 30 Jan

According to the information received from Principal of Government Higher Secondary School, Kendra, under the direction of Collector, Shri K.C. Devsenapati, the Government Higher Secondary School, Kandari celebrated 72th death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi as the martyr's day.

All the students / students and teachers of the school, holding a tune of 2 minutes by organizing a tribute meeting at 11 am in the lonely stadium of Village Kandari, will celebrate the worship of Pujya Bapuji and the nation, while sacrificing the sacrifices and freedom fighters. Has been offered. Also, his contribution to nation building was remembered.

Addressing the students / students on this occasion, Mr. Rajiv Kumar Singh, Program Officer, Raseo said that Pujya Bapu gave the message of truth, non-violence and humanity to the whole world. He was the world's largest humanist. He devoted his whole life to serve the nation and humanity.

He will always be indebted to the entire nation for his contributions in nation building. Teacher Shri Arun Kumar Dwivedi said that Gandhiji was a Karmayogi. His whole life was sacrifice and philanthropy.

While highlighting the principles of truth, non-violence and satyagraha of Gandhiji, he appealed to all the students / students to follow the ideals given by them and take inspiration from them and move forward in life.

All staffs and students of Vidyalaya, including teacher Urmila Singh, Lilavati Rajwade, Jayasinta, self-helpers like Munita Singh, Yashvanti, Bharati, Kanchan, Omvati, Sanjay, Ambikeshwar, Sonkumari, Pradeep Sahu, Poonam, Shanti, Ramkumari, Sonu Singh and Ajay in the program. / Students were present




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