Probable debt scheme of Rs.12, 63 crores for the year 2019-20

Mahasamund 17 Jan

In the District Office of District Level Bankers Committee, Collector Sunil Kumar Jain released the proposed scheme for the year 2019-20 for the primary area of ​​Mahasamund district by the Mahasamund Branch of National Agriculture and Rural Development Bank.

In this regard, Mr. K.G. of NABARD Manoj said that the national and state priorities of agriculture and rural development, such as agricultural production and processing, increase in productivity, construction of rural infrastructure, opportunities for livelihood of non-agricultural sector, skill development of youth, women empowerment through micro finance activities To get NABARD every year, the potential loan plan for each district of the country (PLP) Prepares Avej.

It is the subject matter of this document to direct the necessary infrastructure and support services to convert the feasible possibilities present in different areas of the rural economy and converting them into the expectations and activities of the various stake of the development process. In this order, this booklet has been released for the district. He informed that in the year 2019-20, the target of a potential loan scheme of Rs. 12, 63 crores has been set for the district.Meanwhile, Deputy Director of Veterinary Department Mr. DD Jharia, Assistant Commissioner of Tribal Development Department Mr. RN Devangan, all the bankers of the district were present.



District Level Bankers Committee Meeting

Mahasamund 17 Jan

Collector Shri Sunil Kumar Jain reviewed the targets, approvals and distribution of various beneficial schemes run by the government while taking a meeting of the District Level Bankers Committee in the district office here and giving necessary guidelines to the bankers in this regard. During the meeting, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Mr. Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Mr. Manish Maheshwari of RBI, Mr. S.S.R., Deputy Regional Manager of Dena Bank. Mahapatra, Lead Bank Officer Shri Arun Kumar Mishra was particularly present.

In the meeting, the collector said that the targets have been set to the banks under the schemes of the government, and ensure the immediate acceptance of cases related to them. He has instructed the banks whose target achievement is not adequate, keeping them in view of the urgent time-limit and making progress. The meeting also discussed specifically about the targets set under Agriculture, MSE, OPS, and their receipt. In the meeting of the bankers, in such rural areas of the district where the services of banks have not yet reached, there was a discussion on opening branches of different banks and related to bank friends to increase banking services.

During the meeting, Annual Plan, Prime Minister Janhana Yojna, National Rural Livelihood Mission, Personal Loan Case under National Urban Livelihood Mission, Target of group loan case and review of their distribution, Prime Minister Shrijan Yojna, Chief Minister Youth Employment Scheme, Antyodaya Swarozgar Yojana and Tribal Self Employment Scheme reviewed.

The collector said that in order to ensure the acceptance of the cases and their distribution in accordance with the target given to the occupational department, the Field Officers of the Department of Excellence should visit the branches of different banks and ensure the action. Apart from this, in the meeting, review was also done in relation to Prime Minister Money Scheme, FLCC, Prime Minister Housing Scheme, Standup Scheme.

Organized for organizing Legal Awareness Camp at Government College Premnagar

Surajpur 17 Jan

In the direction of District and Sessions Judge Mr. D.L. Katakwari, the information regarding the information received from the Secretary of District Legal Services Authority, Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi, was organized on January 16, 2019, in the Legislative College of Premnagar, a legal awareness camp was organized.

Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi in his above mentioned program said that people need to know about the Legal Services Authority, due to lack of information, people are deprived of getting cheap and cheap justice. He said that the awareness programs continue to flow and people will be legally aware that on that day no person of our country will be victim of exploitation. Every person will come forward against injustice and knock on the door of justice. Only then will our purpose and the legal services authority be fulfilled. With this, he told the formation and function of the District Legal Services Authority that in our society, the exploitation of the economically weaker sections of the society has continued to be harassed, and due to lack of financial support, justice Always remain behind in the fight.

To overcome this reason, the Legal Services Authority is helping people by providing free services to the people in fighting the legal battle of the people. He said that in addition to the women, children, disaster victims, and mad people in the entire country, men of the backward and common classes whose income is less than one lakh fifty thousand are all eligible for free service.

At the same time, he gave information about constitutional provisions on cyber crime, paxo act, female feticide, child labor, child marriage, domestic violence in detail. In this order, in the same order, the special law in respect of the protection of children by the District Child Protection Officer, Mr. Manoj Jaiswal, explained the functions of the Juvenile Justice Act and Child Protection Unit, as well as for making awareness among rural people for not getting child marriage. Motivated to contribute In the above program, in-charge Principal, Dr. S. K. Indian, PLV Shri Satya Narayan Singh and other teachers, Mr. Ranjit Singh, Ms. Seema Kuzur, Ms. Puja Kumari were present.





District level seminar / workshop under the Business Reform Action Plan 2019 will be organized on January 23, 2019.

Surajpur 17 Jan

In the direction of the Chief Executive Officer of the Incharge Collector and District Panchayat Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha, organizing the district level seminar / workshop under the Business Reform Action Plan 2019, according to the information received from General Manager of Surajpur, Mr. Surajpur, on 23 January 2019. From 10 o'clock in the District Panchayat's meeting room.

In the above seminar / workshop, the information related to the online services / services related to the department will be made available to the entrepreneurs / consumers. What facilities are being provided under the online service for entrepreneurs / users / consumers,Guidance will be given by the EODB officers in connection with the settlement in relation to online problems of industrial units / investors / beneficiaries / users etc in seminars / workshops including information. In the above seminar / workshop, industrial units / investors / beneficiaries / users / consumers have been asked to be present.




Under the Kharif marketing year 2018-19, review meeting in respect of paddy purchase and custom milling in the district concluded

Surajpur 17 Jan

Under the chairmanship of Shri Sanjeev Kumar Jha, Chief Executive Officer of the Incharge Collector and District Panchayat, a review meeting was held on January 16, 2019 in connection with the purchase of paddy and custom milling in the district under Kharif marketing year 2018-19. In charge, Shri Jha, Incharge Collector informed that according to the instructions of the government, the capacities of all the Rice mills in the district have to be utilized. During the review it was found that in the Shivam Food Products, Mahadevi Rice Mill, Jai Hanuman Paddy Products, J.D. After spending 2 months after the custom milling period by Rais Mill, Adishakti Rice Mill, Mahamaya Rice Mill, Om Rice Products, has raised 20 percent of its capacity by releasing only 20 percent of the DO.

By issuing a cent percent DO by all the Rice Mills, give centrestage of their capacity and give them instructions for milling work. He said that after releasing the remaining amount of TO released before the District Marketing Office for commencement of commodities from the committees, a new TO should be issued only after the first raising of the Tow and the review of the paddy lifting should be reviewed daily and the committees in which the paddy The percentage of the downturn is very low, in those committees, first paddy should be raised.

In the last Kharif marketing year 2017-18, a total of 80.37 crore bank guarantee was collected by the Rice Millers of the district, in which, in the current purchase year 2018-19, only 46.60 million Rice Millers have been deposited with bank guarantee. In this regard, all the millers should be deposited in accordance with the Bank Guarantee and FDR in the previous year till January 20, 2019. Subsequently, by issuing expedited draft of the quantity shown for paddy lifting in lieu of bank guarantee, the maximum amount should be raised in the committee.

Due to the holiday day also the warehouse was kept open by the Rice Millers. By which CMR rice accumulation can be accelerated. On review of procurement of paddy in this regard, it was found that 29 committees have more paddy deposits than buffer limits, which are expected to affect paddy procurement in the coming days. A total of 1198811.31 quintals of Paddy have been purchased till date, against which the rise of 639524.40 quintals of paddy has been raised. In the committees still remaining 559286.91 quintals for paddy lifting. Due to the accumulation of rice in the warehouse during the holidays, paddy can be lifted from the committees by the Millers.

Due to this, the Warehouses of Warehousing Corporation were instructed to deposit the rice even while keeping the holiday days open.The meeting was attended by Food officer Shri Amrit Kujur, Deputy Registrar Mr. Anil Tirkey, District Marketing Officer Mr. B.S. Tekam, District Manager Mr. Samir Tirki, Nodal Officer, Mr. Chaudhary, Assistant Food Officer Mr. Sandeep Bhagat and all the Rice Millers of the District were present.



For the purpose of reducing the problem of unemployment

Surajpur 17 Jan

Incharge Collector and Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha said that the purpose of the placement camp for the purpose of reducing the problem of unemployment in the district was held today in the meeting room of the Janpad Panchayat Odgi.Regarding registration of interested candidates in the field will be added after the training. He told the present participants that by joining you, you can improve your living income and economic status.

In today's counseling, more than 500 participants attended the SC / ST / OBC category of persons whose minimum age is 18 years maximum 35 years and minimum grade 8 passes. After the counseling, the Government Examination will be held on January 27, 2019 in the Government Child Higher Secondary School.


Government Higher Secondary School, Sylphili's Annual Function Festival on 20th January

Surajpur 17 Jan

Annual Function of the Government Higher Secondary School, Silphili and Parrents Day will be held on January 20, 2019 from 10 am onwards from 10 o'clock in the morning, Panchayat and Rural Development Health and Commercial Tax Minister, Government of Gujarat, Mr. T. S. Singhdev, Chief Hospitality and Education Minister, Dr. Premasi Singh Teikam, and Chairman of Sarguja MP Mr. Kamalbhan Singh has been in a special guest.

Besides this, Bhatgaon MLA Mr. Parasnath Rajwade, MLA Premnagar Mr. Khesai Singh, Chairman of municipal corporation Shri Safi Ahmed, former MLA Bhatgaon, Mrs. Rajani Ravi Shankar Tripathi and Mr. Vindeshwar Sharan Singhdev have been organized in the program.

Meeting of Sakhi One Stop Center and District Child Protection Committee concludes

Balrampur held on 17th January 2019 / District level Child Protection Committee, District Level Advisory Committee, District Task Force, Child Welfare Committee and Sakhi One Stop Center for the rights of children and women organized under Joint District Office Building under the chairmanship of Shri Hiralal Nayak done.
The meeting was discussed in the meeting regarding the proceedings of the previous meeting by District Child Protection Committee and Sakhi One Stop Center. The Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Balrampur, the Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat, Sarv Tehsildar and Naib Tehsildar, Sarpanch, Secretary, Employment Assistant, Incharge of the Sub-Station and all the stations, in the meeting, by Mr. Hiralal Nayak, the Central Administrator of the Sakhi One Stop Center. Directing the SDOP's mobile number and directing them to take necessary assistance. He asked the District Program Officer and the Central Administrator to go all the government offices in the middle of the women and all the women and propagate the facilities provided in the Sakhi One Stop Center and the legal facilities to be received. The Collector instructed Additional Superintendent of Police, Mr. Pankaj Shukla to provide security guards for the protection of women in the Sakhi One Stop Center. He will coordinate with the Chief Medical and Health Officer of the Central Administrator, if necessary, to take additional A.N.M. Asked to ensure the convenience of providing facilities. Field Worker of the One Stop Center of the Sakhi One Stop Center was directed to provide the information of the women suffering at the village level and to provide housing, security and other necessary facilities for them. He asked all the information related to the scheme to reach the citizens and encourage people to register for birth.
In the meeting, the cases discussed in the Child Welfare Committee, the Juvenile Justice Board were discussed by the collector. He asked the police to stop monitoring human trafficking from the village level to the district level and seek help from the police department. In order to prevent child labor, the District Task Force was directed to conduct guerrilla operations regularly in the hotels, schools and other professional institutions and take action against the employers who have child labor. The collector has been directed by the collector to make officers for the rights of children by making channels, and blocking human trafficking, illegal migration and child labor, by making the channels of officers and employees of Panchayat, Development Block and district level child protection committee.
Additional Collector Shri Vijay Kumar Kuzur, Chief Executive Officer Mr. Shiv Anant Tayal, District Program Officer Mr. J.R. Principal, Women and Child Development Officer, Mr. Manoj Khalkho, District Child Protection Officer, Chief Medical and Health Officer, Chief Municipal Officer, Labor Inspector, Mineral Inspector, Chairman of Child Welfare Committee, Chairman and members of the respective department including officers and staff were present.

Meeting for National Compact Pulse Polio Campaign

Jashpurnagar January 17, 2019 / National Intensive Pulse Polio Campaign was organized on 3rd February 2019 under the chairmanship of Shri Nilesh Kumar Mahadev Kshirsagar under the chairmanship of Collector Nirvesh Task Force Committee held in the meeting room of the Collectorate office.
Chief Medical and Health Officer told that India has become free of polio. But neighboring countries in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria still have poles. Along with the movement of people, polio viruses can also come to India. The pulse polio campaign is being run to prevent this. For the successful operation of the campaign, 1161 booths, 4550 team members and 217 observers have been appointed to provide lactic medicines to 115473 children targeted for 0 to 5 years in the district. 13 Transist team (bus stap), 8 fair market, 19 mobile teams have been formed.
On February 3, 2019, all children will be administered medicines on pole booths. Collector Shri Kshirsagar has given instructions that only children on the booth should be given medicine. During the home visits on 4th and 5th February 2019, children and newly born children discharged will be treated.
 During the District Task Force meeting, Collector Shri Kshirsagar was given the direction that for the successful operators of Pulse Palio, he has been given extensive publicity through inter-departmental coordination. To organize a rally through the education department school children and inform the children from the eradication and date of the policy after the prayer and after the prayer, the women and child development department through Anganwadi workers should campaign in their respective areas and thus Anganwadi center and the school where polio booth is built, from 3 am on Sunday, 8 am Keep open until 5pm. In addition to getting special attention in the Badaar area, achieve the resultant achievement.

Health Department appeals to keeping alert for bird flu rescue

He told that the symptoms of bird flu in humans such as fever and throat scab, cough, headache, pain in pain, colds and nose bleeding. Complications of bird flu, such as eye problems, difficulty breathing, swelling of pneumonia, brain and heart. Transmission of avian influenza is transmitted through humans through migratory migratory birds. At the same time, they have high risk of bird flu in poultry farm workers, birds and egg sellers, and those who are in contact with them.
The Integrated Disease Surveillance Program of Health Department, Jashpur has appealed to the people to immediately inform the animal medical officer about the sudden death of the pet and non-pet birds in the affected area and do not touch the dead birds in the group. Perform their dead bodies properly. Wash your hands and nose before washing food and wearing a mask. On the death of the birds, in case of any cold, cough and fever, the patients should be treated with close treatment, and the Integrated Disease Surveillance Department should inform the District Jashpur.

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