Organized for organizing Legal Awareness Camp in Government Higher Secondary School, Nawapara Art


Surajpur 30 Jan

According to the information received from the Secretary of District Legal Services Authority, Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi, in the direction of District and Sessions Judge Mr. DL katakwar, a legal awareness camp was organized on January 29, 2019, at Government Higher Secondary School, Nawapara Art.

In the above camp, Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi said in his excellence that the Legal Services Authority, in a comprehensive way, resolved the problems of the common man with the problems related to justice, from the Taluka level to the Supreme Court. Providing free legal assistance is providing people with accessible and cheap justice.

But in the absence of information, people are still unable to take advantage of the free feature. Describing the functioning of the District Legal Services Authority and the State Legal Service Authority and the National Legal Services Authority and the legal advice of free legal aid, he said that the men and women belonging to the general category and backward classes whose annual income is not more than one lakh fifty thousand, leaving them Tax women,The child, the flood victims, the crazy person, a Scheduled Caste tribe person is eligible for free legal aid. Shri Tripathi informed about gender crimes in connection with the Protection of Children Act 2012 and said that keeping in view the rising gender crimes with the children, the constitution has been tightened by amending the Constitution.

He told that earlier girls were in the category of crime-teasing etc., but now the girl is going to see it with a bad eye after pursuing it without having to send a message through mobile or other medium to disturb the girl in the category of crime in the law. Come on, which are non-existent. They told that rape happens with teenage girls,So now the judge has the right to give him life imprisonment or death sentence. While giving detailed information regarding the Indian Penal Code 363, 366, 376, giving examples of crimes against electronic media (cyber crime) instructed children to be cautious and the Right to Information Act, the Prevention of Child Labor Act The information given to children is given in detail.

In the camp, PLV Shri Satya Narayan Singh told about the Tonehi torture act and said that in the name of superstition like Tonehi in Chhattisgarh, women are being tortured and tortured till their assassinations, they said that many thugs in the name of Tonio - Panda, Baba's shop is going on,Those who are pursuing their superstition like Tonehi in society are running their business. While it is non-bailable offense to identify tonehi in the name of Tonehi in the name of Tonehi or in the name of Tonehi, even then in the name of blind faith like Tonehi, women's murders and torture can be seen in papers, mainly due to rural There is a lack of education and awareness in the areas.He gave information about the services of Motor Vehicles Act, Domestic Violence, Sanchi Forest Stop Center in detail.

In the above camp, Mrs Hemant Singh, Principal of Navapara Arts, PLV Shri Umesh Kumar Rajwade, Teacher Degree Mr. Vikash Kumar Minj, Mr. Mahendra Kumar, Smt. Devendra Kumari, Savitri Kanwar, Sunchan Bharadwaj, Mr. Dinesh Kumar, Radheshyam Kiran were present.

 

 

 




Organizing District Youth Parliament Program in Balrampur College


Balrampur 30 Jan

District Youth Parliament Program was organized in Government College Balrampur. The function was attended by Chief Guest Officer, Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Shri Shiv Anant Tayal and Special Guest Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue Ramanujganj Shri Durgesh Verma.

In the program function, Chief guest Shri Shiv Anant Tayal encouraged the students and said that this is a good opportunity to promote their talents. Knowledge of the parliamentary process and the ideas of your peasant and opposition colleagues are learned to listen patiently and stay in discipline. SDM Ramanujganj Shri Durgesh Verma in the program congratulated the participants and said that this program is a golden opportunity for youth, through which they can express their views.

Principal of the college Mr. N. Of While giving good luck to all the participants, Deogan said that in the program, the participants expressed their views on the prescribed subjects while staying in discipline. He said that the young people talk about how to see India in 2022, expressing their views and expressing their views through the Youth Parliament Festival.He said that the aim of the Youth Parliament is to develop the ability to make decision-making decisions among young people and develop the sense of tolerance and respect for the opinions of other people.

Mr. Ramesh Patel, the nodal officer of the District Youth Parliament, gave a brief introduction to the program and said that a youthful opportunity was given by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India to express their views and problems surrounding the District Youth Parliament program is. Participants were evaluated on government policies on terrorism, climate change, play India and economic criminals, based on 5th Jury Members' Speak Proficiency, clarity of ideas, knowledge of the subject and conduct.

Professor Dr. Punit Kumar Rai, Professor of Jury Member, Government College, Shankargarh, Dr. Hemantpal Dhritlahar, Principal of Government College, Sanawal, Prof. Dr. Umesh Kumar Pandey, Professor of Government College Balrampur, Principal of Government College Ramchandrapur. Participants were evaluated by Mr. Shyam Bihari Pathak, advocate of Peiyush Kumar Tande, Balrampur.

64 participants from various colleges of Balrampur and Surajpur districts participated in the program, in which 5 best speakers were selected according to the prescribed criteria.

In the competition, the participants of Government College Balrampur, Shabanur I, Reshmi Raman Mishra College, Surajpur's Reshma Siddiqui II, Suresh Kumar Sarkar of Government College Balrampur and Mahendra Kumar Rajak remained in the third and fourth positions respectively.

Kamalesh Kumar, student of Ramanujganj, Government College, got 5th position. The prashasti certificate was given to the five participants. On this occasion, students of the college including faculty members, office staff were present.

 




Tribute given to Mahatma Gandhi's death anniversary


Balrampur 30 Jan

The date of the death of Mahatma Gandhi is celebrated every year as the martyr's day on 30th January. On the occasion of Shaheed Divas, today, at 11.00 am, wreaths and flowers were offered on the statue of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, by Additional Collector Shri Vijay Kumar Kuzur and Ramanujganj SDM Shri Durgesh Verma at Joint District Office premises and present officials / employees present in their freedom struggle Commemorate two minutes silence in memory of the martyrs who sacrificed their lives. 

On the occasion of the date of the death of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, in order to get rid of the drug addiction by signing the public by the additional collector in the favor of disintegration, the resolution and oath were given to the officers and employees present to create addiction and positive atmosphere.And in the 5th time at the time of the entry, girl students with more than 50 percent marks will be eligible for admission in the school. It is mandatory to enter the school within 15 days of the selection through the entrance examination. It is compulsory to present the 5th issue transfer certificate, residence certificate and caste certificate, photocopy of Aadhar card and health certificate of medical board at the time of the entry.

 

 




Application for admission test in Eklavya Adarsh Residential School, Sanna, invited till March 2


Jashpur 30 Jan

Applications for eligible students for admission in class VIII of Eklavya Adarsha Residential School, for the girls belonging to Scheduled Tribes, have been invited from March 2,In order to enroll 60 students in the class 6th of this school, the entrance examination will be held on March 17, in the district headquarters, Jashpur from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm on Sunday. Students eligible for the entrance test can submit their application development block education officer's office and Principal Eklavya Residential School to Sanna till March 2. For more information, contact your Office of Block, Office of the Education Officer and Assistant Commissioner Tribal Development Office. The application form can be downloaded from the department's website.

Assistant Commissioner Tribal Development Shri Vahan informed that Eklavya Adarsh ​​residential school, Sanna, has been promoted with the objective of promoting educational, mental, physical and cultural and ethical development of girls belonging to Scheduled Tribes and to enable them for quality education and competitive examinations. is.

In this school, there is a facility of free study from Hindi medium through classes 6th to 12th. It is proposed to be studying under the State Board / Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) New Delhi in the coming academic session.

The Assistant Commissioner said that priority will be given to the SCs for admission in the 60 seats reserved for the admission in the school and 6 percent reserved seats for the scheduled students of Scheduled Tribes category. Age for admission in Eklavya Adarsh ​​residential school should be between 11 years to 13 years, on January 1, 2019. In the examination of the 5th year held in the year 2018-19 or joining the 5th examination in the past,And in the 5th time at the time of the entry, girl students with more than 50 percent marks will be eligible for admission in the school.
It is mandatory to enter the school within 15 days of the selection through the entrance examination. It is compulsory to present the 5th issue transfer certificate, residence certificate and caste certificate, photocopy of Aadhar card and health certificate of medical board at the time of the entry.




Special voter revision for Lok Sabha elections will be completed by February 22


Koriya 30 Jan

Election Commission of India has made preparations for the Lok Sabha elections-2013. Instructions have been given to complete special voter revision work as soon as possible. The Election Commission of India has instructed the completion of the voter revision by February 22.

In this, the first prize in the two categories was 10 thousand rupees, the second prize was 5 thousand rupees, the third prize was given to 3 thousand rupees and the third prize of Rs. One thousand rupees was presented at the ceremony organized in Krishi Prabh Mandi Complex. In spite of the cold season, young people of the city participated in this race.In the letter written to the Chief Secretaries of all the states and Union Territories, it has also been requested that no officer attached to this work during the voter revision should be transferred. It is also expected that adequate number of officers and staffs should be deployed for this work.

In its letter, the Commission said that the role of the booth level officer, including district election officer, deputy election officer, district voter registration officer, voter registration officer and assistant voter registration officer in special voter revision work is important, On transfer, there is adverse effect on election work. The Commission has said that the information regarding the transfer and posting of these officers made in any special circumstances should be given to the Commission immediately.

It is notable that in order to add name and name to the voter list under the special voter revision, the time was fixed from December 26, 2018 to January 25, 2019. According to the Election Commission of India, the final publication of voter list will be done on 22 February 2019 after the special brief revision work of voter list.In this period, officers and employees engaged in voter revision work can not be transferred without the permission of the Election Commission of India.

 




Timetable for the Chief Examination, 2019, of Highersecondary School Certificate Professional Course


Koriya 30 Jan

Time table for the main examination year 2019 of the Higher Secondary School Certificate Professional Course organized by Chhattisgarh Secondary Education Board has been issued. According to the timetable, the examination will start from March 2. This examination will take place from 9 AM to 12.30 AM.

In this, the first prize in the two categories was 10 thousand rupees, the second prize was 5 thousand rupees, the third prize was given to 3 thousand rupees and the third prize of Rs. One thousand rupees was presented at the ceremony organized in Krishi Prabh Mandi Complex. In spite of the cold season, young people of the city participated in this race.

The third edition of the Professional Course on March 13, the Foundation Course (March 15), Retail Marketing Management, Information Technology, Automobile Service Technician, Health Care, Agriculture and March 29, Environmental (Environmental Education and Rural Development Interpretation) For category improvement and credit plan students) the examination of the subject will be done.




Daughter saved-daughter Teach- organizing marathon races


Bemetara 30 Jan

The boys and girls were given five kilometer marathon race this morning in Bemetra district headquarters. This race was organized to encourage a special initiative to save daughter-daughter-read.

In this, the first prize in the two categories was 10 thousand rupees, the second prize was 5 thousand rupees, the third prize was given to 3 thousand rupees and the third prize of Rs. One thousand rupees was presented at the ceremony organized in Krishi Prabh Mandi Complex. In spite of the cold season, young people of the city participated in this race.

On this occasion, the representatives of the organizing committee were present on the occasion along with the collector Mahadev Kaware, the municipality council chairman Vijay Sinha, the vice president of the Janpad Panchayat Bemetra and senior journalist Santathar Diwan, Manish Tiwari, ASP Vimal Kumar Bai. Collector and Napa President gave congratulatory and best wishes to the winners and all the participants in the race.

 

 




Divyang camp will be held at Block level, On February 01, at the Community Health Center Berla


Bemetara 30 Jan

On the initiative of the collector, Divyaag camp is being organized on Friday at the development level for the purpose of facilitating the divisions of the remote zone. The camp will be organized at Community Health Center, Sara, on February 01, Community Health Center, Berla, District Hospital Bemetra, on February 8, Community Health Center Navagad on February 15 and Community Health Center on 22 February.

District Magistrate Mahadev Kaware issued a letter to the CEO of all the district panchayat of the district and instructed to set up duty in the registration process by arranging meeting arrangements, Mike, drinking water at the camp site. In this camp, the Beijing Certificate is provided after the medical examination through the medical board of Bemetra, District Hospital.

 




Tribute given to martyrs including Mahatma Gandhi


Bemetara 30 Jan

In the memory of the martyrdom of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, and in the freedom of India, on Wednesday 30 January, a tribute was given to the collector at two o'clock in the collectorate at around 11.00 am.

During this period, Additional Officers, employees, employees including Deputy Collector SR Mariang, Deputy Collector Smt. Silly Thomas, Treasury Officer, PL Sahara, Excise Officer SN Singh, DPM Health, Mrs. Anupama Tiwari, Superintendent RK Dhirhe, paid tribute to the martyrs.




Placement Camp in Jashpur on 4th February


Jashpur 29 Jan

Placement Camp has been organized on 4th February in District Employment and Self Employment Center, Jashpur. This camp starts from 11 a.m. Youth will be recruited in a variety of 57 posts through placement camps.

District Employment Officer Jashpur said that in the placement camp, youth from 10th to undergraduate education can participate in 40 vacancies of panchayat surveyor low salesmen by Raipur. Similarly, for the 10 vacancies of the Sales Officers, 12th graders from academic qualification, MBA / Bachelor for 5 vacancies in sales manager and 12th / undergraduate education for two vacant posts of Dance Teacher. Attend the caste and residence certificate and participate in the placement camp. The minimum wages for the above posts are fixed from Rs 5000 to Rs 35 thousand per month.

 

 

 

 




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