The meeting concluded with a stringent revenue officials to resolve the pending cases of collector Mr. Narendra Dugga as soon as possible.


Koriya 10 Jan

Collector Shri Narendra Dugga reviewed departmental works in a meeting of the revenue officials in the meeting of the district collectorate here today. In the meeting, he gave a public announcement letter to the Chief Minister, information about the eligible persons regarding Panchayat Raj Act, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, registration of revenue cases, nomination, distribution, demarcation work progress, settlement error correction, regarding the population of rural and urban areas, Reviewed other activities including encroachment, renewal of the Patto, diversion case, land recovery, record repairs and expressing deep dissatisfaction over the pending cases and giving strict instructions to resolve the problems as quickly as possible.

Collector Dugga has also given instructions for issuing judicial hearings for the disposal of the disputed cases and also issued the same. On this occasion, Additional Collector of the district, Mr. R. A. Kuruvanshi, all the departmental officials, all Tehsildars, all the nab tehsildars, revenue inspectors and superintendents, land records officials were present.




Upcoming Lok Sabha election 2019 Collector Shri Narendra Dugga Meeting of Le Political Parties


Korea, January 10, 2019 / Collector Shri Narendra Dugga, informed about the electoral process of the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections 2019, after meeting the representatives of political parties in the meeting of District Collectorate.
Collector Dugga said that 690 polling stations have been set up in the district for facilitating smooth, well-organized, inclusive voting in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections 2019. In which assembly constituency no. 310 under Bharatpur-Sonhat, 153 under Assembly constituency-2 Maninderagar, 227 polling stations under Vidhan Sabha area No. 3 Baikunthpur. Through these polling stations, 4 lakh 49 thousand 486 voters in the district will use their franchise. He informed that the buildings of 12 polling stations in the district have been changed.
Collector Dugga informed that according to the Election Commission of India, the detailed revised voter list of the state has been published keeping in view the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections in the state of Chhattisgarh. With the publication of the voter list, the program of special brief voter revision has begun in the state. He said that under this special concurrent review program run on January 25, 2019, voters can get their name added. Apart from this, the voters can publish any claim-objection in the electoral roll. Such a young man who is completing 18 years of age in the state of January 2019, can apply for his name to be added. For this, they can apply online by visiting India Election Commission's website National Voter Service Portal (NVSP). For this, they can log on to Prof.D.
Collector Shri Dugga informed that according to the program issued by the Election Commission for the revision of electoral roll by the Election Commission of India, the claim or objection can be submitted by December 25, 2019 along with the publication of the detailed electoral rolls on December 26, 2018. The claims and objections received will be resolved before 11 February 2019. After this, the database will be prepared before the February 18 update and the supplemental voter list. After revising and adding new names, the final voting list of revised voters will be published on February 22, 2019. He said that under the concise revision program, the unleashed officers are present in all the polling stations of the district with the form 6,7,8 and 8'k 'in the official days. Those who can contact the new voter name, delete the name of the dead or migrated voters, and the error of the voters' names, age etc. can be improved. On this occasion, he has asked all political parties to appoint an authorized booth label agent on behalf of his own party and make the list available to the district office.
In the meeting, he briefed the representatives of political parties about the Service Voter Rewision program and said that in the context of the initial publication qualification date 01 January 2019, the last part of the voter list was published in the brief revision on December 26. is. At the same time, the time to get the form from respective record officer, commanding officer, authority till January 25, 2019. Similarly, through the ERO, executed and resolved by the ERO on XML files including signed and verified applications till 11th February, the reconstituted XML file and form related records officer, Commanding Officers, authority by 18th February 2019 and passing the final order by ERO and The date for final publication of final part of the electoral rolls has been set till 22 February 2019. Collector Dugga also appealed for the support of political parties for the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections in the district in 2019 as well as representatives of political parties to conduct peaceful and fair elections like the 2018 election.




Action taken by Joint Team of Food Department and Mandi Department and Kotwali Surajpur


Surajpur 10 Jan

According to the information received from the District Food Officer, Shri Amrit Kujur, under the direction of Collector Mr. KC Devsenapati, in the 108 sack paddy and warehouses filled in the Sold tractor near Rajesh Gupta, a high-rise resident of Food Department and Mandi Department and Kotwali Surajpur joint team. Warehouse 63 sack paddy was found. If no documents are required to be shown, the paddy procurement was illegally seized on the purchase center.

Shri Vijay Vishwakarma, resident of Bhayyathan Road, Pitala check, was found to be buying and selling paddy without license. The shop has been seized with 100 bags of Paddy Mandi Act, which has been seized. The department has advised farmers to sell only pure and good quality paddy.At the same time, while transporting paddy, you have been advised to keep the necessary documents, tokens, loan booklets and identity cards and traders to keep their license and mandi slip slip. This can prevent unnecessary hassle.

In this order, pick up date on the Karakoti Bhaiyathan road by Tehsildar Surajpur. C.G. In 16/2401, intermediaries were found to be able to purchase paddy from farmers by purchasing the paddy which was used by the driver Ramlal. Raju resident of village Raju has been told to be of village Kewra by Raju resident Kevara. Loaded in the vehicle, 19 bags of paddy, about 7.05 quintals and digital weighing machine have been seized, if necessary documents are not shown.




For the purpose of reducing the problem of unemployment, counciling in district panchayats is held in different dates


Surajpur 10 Jan

According to information received from Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat, in the direction of Collector, Shri K.D. Devsenapati, the placement camp is being organized with the aim of reducing the problem of unemployment in the district.

Where interested candidates are to be registered and after joining the training they have to be linked. In this program, participants of SC / ST / OBC category, whosezminimum age is 18 years maximum 35 years and minimum grade 8 pass takers will be able to participate. In the meeting of the District Council of Panchayat Pratappur for Counciling on January 15, 2019, on January 16, 2019, in the meeting of the office of the District Panchayat Bhaiyathan. And on January 27, 2019, in the meeting of the Council for post-Council examination on January 17, 2019 in the meeting room of the District Panchayat, Ondi and on January 18, 2019, in the meeting of the District Panchayat Premnagar office for Counseling,On January 19, 2019, in the meeting of the office of the District Panchayat Ramanujnagar office and on January 20, 2019, in the meeting room of the District Council of Surajpur, will be held on January 27, 2019, after the post-council examination venue, Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Surajpur on 27th January, 2019.Minimum 500 participants at the district level, in which each 5000 participants from each village panchayat have been directed to the chief executive officer of the district panchayat to get involved in the organized camp.

 

 

 




Collector Shri Narendra Dugga informed the media representatives about the electoral process


Koriya 10 Jan

Collector Shri Narendra Dugga informed the representatives of the print and electronic media about the electoral process of the forthcoming Lok Sabha Election 2019 through a press conference in the District Collectorate's meeting room here today.

Collector Dugga said that 690 polling stations have been set up in the district for facilitating smooth, well-organized, inclusive voting in the upcoming Lok Sabha election 2019. In which assembly constituency no. 310 under Bharatpur-Sonhat, 153 under Assembly constituency-2 Maninderagar, 227 polling stations under Vidhan Sabha area No. 3 Baikunthpur. Through these polling stations, 4 lakh 49 thousand 486 voters in the district will use their franchise. He informed that the buildings of 12 polling stations in the district have been changed.

Collector Dugga informed that according to the Election Commission of India, the detailed revised voter list of the state has been published keeping in view the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections in the state of Chhattisgarh. With the publication of the voter list, the program of special brief voter revision has begun in the state.

He said that under this special concurrent review program run on January 25, 2019, voters can get their name added. Apart from this, the voters can publish any claim-objection in the electoral roll. Such a young man who is completing 18 years of age in the state of January 2019, can apply for his name to be added. For this, they can apply online by visiting India Election Commission's website National Voter Service Portal (NVSP). For this, they can log on to Prof.D.

Collector Shri Dugga informed that according to the program issued by the Election Commission for the revision of electoral roll by the Election Commission of India, the claim or objection can be submitted by December 25, 2019 along with the publication of the detailed electoral rolls on December 26, 2018. The claims and objections received will be resolved before 11 February 2019. After this, the database will be prepared before the February 18 update and the supplemental voter list.

After revising and adding new names, the final voting list of revised voters will be published on February 22, 2019. He said that under the concise revision program, the unleashed officers are present in all the polling stations of the district with the form 6,7,8 and 8'k 'in the official days. Those who can contact the new voter name, delete the name of the dead or migrated voters, and the error of the voters' names, age etc. can be improved. On this occasion, he has asked all political parties to appoint an authorized booth label agent on behalf of his own party and make the list available to the district office.

Collector Dugga also urged the media representatives to cooperate in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in the district in the year 2019 as well as in the peaceful and unbiased polling of Vidhan Sabha elections 2018. During the press conference, representatives from the print and electronic media of the district were present in large numbers.




Organizing a legal awareness camp in a seven day special camp by the National Service Scheme Unit


Surajpur 10 Jan

According to the information received from the Principal of Government Higher Secondary School, Kandari in the direction of Collector Shri KC Devsenapati, the Chief Judge Kishore Justice on the sixth day of the seven-day special camp organized by the National Service Scheme, organized by Rashtrapati Bhavan, Board SurajpurIn the presence of Shri Pankaj Alok Tirki's Chief Guest and Secretary of District Legal Authority, Mr. Shiv Prakash Tripathi, the legal literacy camp was organized and the villagers and scholar students of the village have been informed about the law.

The Chief Guest in the camp Chief Justice Kishor Board Surajpur Mr. Pankaj Alok Tirki said in his remark that due to ignorance, many of us have committed crimes. He gave detailed information about the functioning of the juvenile justice board, procedure, protection of children, motor vehicle act, attachable act etc. The Secretary of the District Legal Services Authority, Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi gave detailed information regarding the functioning and purpose of the District Legal Services Authority, free legal aid and advice etc.

In this order, the District Child Protection Officer Mr. Manoj Jaiswal said that the children of juvenile justice act protection, child welfare committee, children involved in narcotics, Child Marriage Prevention Act 2006, illustrate the impact of child marriage in the lives of children. Said that we all have to come forward to overcome this social evil. He gave information in detail of the Child Labor Act, the Po Box Act.
On this occasion, a large number of villagers were present along with Sarpanch Shri Symbar Singh, Program Officer Mr. Rajiv Kumar Singh, Urmila Singh, along with Reseo's self-service, school students.

 




Tender for fishery, fishery production, fishery work, invite till January 25


Surajpur 10 Jan

According to information received from the chairman / secretary of Kenapara Water Bodies Development Committee under the direction of Collector, Shri K.C. Devsenapati, according to information received from Canapara Water Bodies Development Committee, Koyra No. 06, Cage 08 Battery (32 Nos.) Fishery registered for fishery production, fish production Cooperative society / fisherman group has to be given for 7 years. For which sealed tenders can be submitted to the Office of the Assistant Director, Fisheries Department, Surajpur through direct / speed post / registered post in the office till 25 January 2019. For more information, the notice board of the Office of the Assistant Director of the Department of Fish Fisheries and the notice board of the website of www.surajpur.gov.in can be reviewed.

 




Workshop on social audit and recovery process concluded


Surajpur 10 Jan

In connection with the information received from Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat in the direction of Collector, Shri K.C. Devsenapati, a one-day workshop was organized on 09 January 2019 regarding the process of social audit and recovery in the District Panchayat Resource Center, Surajpur

The District Panchayat CEO Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha and the Principal of the District Panchayat Resource Center Mr. RK Sharma informed the participants about the meeting and collection of clearances. In the workshop, detailed training was given in connection with the social audit and recovery process by social audit unit Raipur Mr. Mehr Gadekar and SDM Surajpur Dr. Subhash Singh Raj.

Program Officer including SDM Bhayyathan Mrs. Jyoti Singh, SDM Pratappur Mr. CS Pankara, APO MNREGA including Mr. Anil Kumar Singh, CEO of Tahsildar / District Panchayat / Naib Tehsildar, Kiran Pradhan, Mr. Malkan Singh, Mr. Ranvir Singh, Mr. Narayan Avtar Singh MNREGA, Senior Internal Assistant Contracting Officer and Panchayat and Social Education Organizer were present.




Placement camp organized on 18th January


Surajpur 10 Jan

According to information received from the District Employment Officer, Mr. Manik Ram Jaiswal, in the direction of Collector, Shri K.C. Devsenapati, Placementate camp was organized in the office premises of Surajpur District Employment and Self Employment Guidance Center on January 18, 2019. In which private sector employer Chhattisgarh's watchman, weekly newsletter Manjusha residence, Deviganj road, Ambikapur, District, Sarguja, 01 post of District Bureau Head, Academic Qualification, Graduate Pass, 01 posts of Computer Operator, Academic Qualification, 12th Pass and 1 year Computer Diploma, 01 posts of Office Assistant, Academic Qualification, 10th Pass, and Reporter 01 Posts Academic Eligibility will be admitted for the 10 th pass. Interested candidates can avail the opportunity by appearing on the said date.




NSS volunteers have given message of cleanliness and cleanliness


Balrampur was held in the 7-day Eastern Secondary School, Dalhadov, from 03 January 2019 under the National Service Scheme of Balrampur 10 January 2019 / Government Child Higher Secondary School Balrampur.
In the concluding ceremony of the camp, Chief Guest Mr. Anil Sinha, Program Coordinator, Saint Gahiraguru University, Ambikapur, in his remark said that the volunteers of the National Service Scheme create their character through social service. During this, he creates his personality by being aware of the importance of labor, cleanliness, environmental protection etc.
Various creative works were done by the campers during the camp and after giving labor, cleaning the premises and surrounding the hand pump, gave a message of cleanliness to the villagers. Also, according to the intellectual program, information was given to the villagers about the public welfare schemes governed by officials of different departments. During the camp, information was given about the rules regarding traffic rules, health related information, clean India mission, clean Balrampur, child rights protection and child exploitation on the issue of road safety on separate dates.




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