Raipur: The State Government has taken a decision on the loan forgiveness of farmers and the historical decision of procurement of paddy in Rs.2500: Chief Minister Shri Baghel

Chief Minister attended Hanuman Jayanti program organized in village Patora

Camp will take place in Patora for settlement error correction

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel said that the state government will take care of the interests of all sections including farmers. The state government has taken a historic decision of the farmers' debt waiver and the purchase of paddy in Rs.2500. Every effort will be made by the state government for the development of farmers' prosperity and farming. Mr. Baghel was addressing the program of Hanuman Jayanti organized in village Patora of Patan Vikas block of Bagh Durg district. The Chief Minister offered worship at Hanuman temple here and sought blessings from him for the happiness and prosperity of the state.

The chief assured the villagers about proper action on demand of 50,000 liters of water tank construction, upgradation of Government High School Higher Secondary, Shamshan Ghat Expressway construction and settlement error correction. He has instructed the collector to conduct settlement error correction work by putting camp in the village. On this occasion, the local public representatives and the villagers made a sincere welcome to the Chief Minister.

Placement organized on 31st December

Bemetra December 29, 2018: - Placement camp has been organized on January 31, 2018 in Bemetra, Chhattisgarh, District Employment and Self Employment Center. According to information received from the District Employment Officer, for the post of Rider by the private planner Jomato Media Private Limited, Telibandha Raipur, 200 posts in Bilaspur, 150 in Raipur and 100 posts in Dug-Bhilai will be recruited. Educational qualification for the said posts - Minimum 8th pass, age limit is more than 18 years fixed. Pay scale Rs. 10000 per month and INSATINOV The applicant must have a smart phone and two wheelers. Place of appointment will be done in Durg, Bhilai, Raipur and Bilaspur. Interested candidates will be present on Monday 31st December, 2018 at 11:00 am all the academic certificates, Chhattisgarh resident certificate, caste certificate, driving license, pen card, registration form of the employment office and the original copy of the above mentioned documents and the latest passport size photograph. The employment office can be present in Bemetra. Detailed information related to vacancies can be seen on the notice board of the District Employment Office or Social Media Facebook at Dat CAM / MCC fort.

National School Games Competition Second Day Results

Bemetra December 29, 2018: - The second day of 64th National School competition will be held on December 28, 2018, Softball child / girl child 17 years and dajabal child / girl competition in 17 years. Dated field Bemetara field No.01 and 02 in Dajabal child class In Uttar Pradesh against Delhi 18-11, Gujarat-Vidyabharati 3-12, Punjab vs Maharashtra 14-5, Madhya Pradesh vs Telangana 3-5, against Chhattisgarh Orissa 12-4, Maharashtra v Jammu Kashmir 13-2, Delhi vs Chhattisgarh 4-5, Jammu Kashmir against Madhya Pradesh 02-06, Maharashtra versus Telangana 4-7, Chhattisgarh v. Gujarat 12-1, Similarly against Telangana Delhi 3- 8, Jammu and Kashmir vs Uttar Pradesh 5-2, Maharashtra vs Vidyabharati 19-0, Chhattisgarh vs Gujarat 4-2, Madhya Pradesh vs Jammu Kashmir 6-0, Punjab vs Vidyabha Transferee 9-2, Vidya Bharati against Telangana 6-2, Jammu and Kashmir against Chhattisgarh 0-13, Maharashtra against Delhi 7-2, Madhya Pradesh against Uttar Pradesh 5-1. Government candidates Javara Ground No. 01 in Softball Boys category, Jammu Kashmir against Delhi 0-10, Maharashtra vs Madhya Pradesh 8-2, CBSE Against Gujarat 5-0, Chhattisgarh vs Delhi 5-3, CBSE Vishwamy Manipur 15-0, Alans Public School Bemetara Ground No. 02 Rajasthan vs Andhra Pradesh 6-7, Vidya Bharti vs Jammu 11-0, Telangana vs Madhya Pradesh 0-2, Chandigarh vs Maharashtra 0-1, Delhi vs Vidya Bharati 7-2, Girls Class Chhattisgarh vs Orissa 3-0, Chhattisgarh vs Vidyabharati 10-0, Haryana vs Punjab 5-10, Delhi vs Jammu Kashmir 11-0, CBSE Against Punjab 10-2, Rajasthan vs Chandigarh 4-8, Andhra Pradesh vs Jammu Kashmir 11-0, Maharashtra vs Telangana 10-2, Madhya Pradesh vs Delhi 0-4, Vidya Bharati vs Gujarat 0-6.

Social audit work from Jan 3

Bemetra December 29, 2018: - Chhattisgarh Social Audit Unit, Bemetara will be held in the Janpad Panchayat Bemetra 114 and 32 Gram Panchayats of Saja in the presidency of the District Panchayat Bemetara and Saja in the presidency under the chairmanship of the Sub-Divisional Officer (Revenue) / Tehsildar Saza. In which the social audit team will be presented with its explanation. Collector and District Program Coordinator Mahadev Kavre informed that on the basis of findings received in the Social Audit 2017-18 for the works executed in the financial year 2015-16, 2016-17, in the exit conference, according to the findings of the gram panchayat, Social audit will be discussed for resolving. Which is as follows: Bearera Kh., Navagaon Kho, Balasamud, Murbod, Pausi, Khairjity, Arjuni, Babagholi, Lalpur, Firakapat, in the cluster of exit conferences that will be held on January 3, 2019 at 11.00 in the meeting room of Janpad Panchayat Bemetra, Including 24 gram panchayats in Betar, Rampura, Banshpur, Laupada, Atariya, Jhham, Badi, Dholia, Tuma, Islapur, Taala, Jong, Bagod, Keskara. In the assembly of Janpad Panchayat Bemetra on January 11, 2019, at 11 am, the village panchayat of Kalistar of Karutu, Khandasara, Mohatra, Dhangaon, Marka, Jhal, Keanhchi, Bahra B, Sarvandhana, Gangpur B, Lolesera, Charbha, Bally, Ponderabhatha , Pendratali, Nari, Mulmula, Khamih, Chandanu, Mutpuri, Khamhariya, Mau, Ziria, Bhothidih, Andu have been included in 25 gram panchayats. Gram Panchayat Kathautia, Mazgaon, Chirha, Jangalpur, Gangpur, Nagpura, Navagankala, Charagavan, Bahrarsri, Panchabhaiya, Sukkatal, Karmatarra, Beardi, Giddhwa, Kodwa, Jatha, Bera, in the cluster on January 18, 2019, at the assembly hall of Janpad Panchayat Bemetra. , Umaria, Chilphi, Bandhi, Kurada, Batar, Bhancharda, Hemamad, Semaria, Matra total 26 gram panchayat and Baagod, Sunakapat, Usalpur, Gangpur Chh., Arjuni, Tuma, Sukkatal, Lalpur, Dholia, Rampur , Tala, Betar, Khairjity Financial Year 2015-16 total 13 gram panchayat was included. Nominated officer for the exit conference to be held in the assembly hall of the district panchayat Bemetra, Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue Bemetra D.N. Kashyap will be there.
Gram Panchayat of Kopadbari, Gopalpur, Banaranga, Odia, Sagona, Patora, Penidrakala, Karmu, Khapri, Chilphi, Keheka, Biranpur, Khairi, Barga, Gram Panchayat of Kalpatar, in the cluster of Exit Conferences which will be held on January 24, 2019 at 11.00 in the meeting room of Janpad Panchayat Saza. Hattanka, Hathmudi, Padme, Padumasura, Kirki, Kandai, Rowda, Navagongkhurd, Kesetra, Deorgaon, Mohbhatha, Kanchari, Harduwa, Rakhi, Godmarra, Bhatgaon, Gadadi, Bundeli total 32 villages Ram Panchayat has been included. For which the Departmental Officer Revenue Savaja Umashankar Sahu will be the nominated officer for Exit Conference. District Panchayat at Bemetara, on 31st January, 2018 at 11.00 GMT in Gram Panchayat Bhansulali, Bhaysa, Chhitapar, Dhara, Bahamohatra, Bhoinabha, Piparbhatha, Chorbhatthi, Bijabhut, Khilora, Fari, Kanteli, Harmumudi, Dunda, Ninwa, There will be a total of 26 gram panchayats in Baijalpur, Rajkumari, Javari, Amora, Matka, Basni, Pathrra, Javra, Bahanga, Jiya and Kusmi. For this, the Departmental Officer Revenue Bemetra D.N. Kashyap will be the nominated officer for the exit conference. The exit conference will be held in the assembly hall of Bemetra and Saja. The explanation will be presented by the Social Audit Team. The Direct Conference Program Officer, Janpad Panchayat Bemetra and Saza, related Deputy Engineer and Technical Assistant, Secretary of BPMS Post Office Gram Panchayats, Sarpanch, Employment Assistant and other implementing agency were instructed to be present.

The Collector reviewed the functioning of agriculture, animal husbandry, horticulture and fish department

Bemetra December 29, 2018: - Collector Mahadev Kaware today gave a detailed review of the functioning of Allied Sector Agricultural Animal Husbandry, Horticulture, Fisheries Department of Agriculture. The collector said that Bemetra is a major agricultural productive district. Here, farmers will have to promote horticultural crops to increase their additional income and additionally to increase their income by connecting them with milk production. Apart from this, farmers can double their income by fishery. The Collector directed the joint meeting of officers of four departments to make an action plan. The collector asked the officials to prepare an action plan to establish an agro based industry in the district. This includes Food Processing Unit, Sugar Factory, Tomato Safety Plan, Soybean Oil Industries. In the meeting, Deputy Director of the Department of Agriculture J.S. Deputy Director of Rajput, Livestock Department, Dr. A.K. Singh, Assistant Director of the Department of the Park Manoj Ambez, the Fisheries Department in-charge assistant director were present.
The Collector told the department of horticulture department that in order to increase the area of ​​farmers to increase the Horticulture crop, farmers can increase their earnings by producing paddy soyabeen as well as sago and vegetables. Promote papaya, banana, onion, turmeric, apple berry, cilantro, paper lemon, mushroom production. District Panchayat CEO S. Alok directed the officers of the Department of Horticulture to supply Munga and lemon plants in 10 thousand built Prime Ministers of the district. The Collector told the officers of the Livestock Development Department that they would keep animals systematic, would not make the vaishya on the roads and there would be a shortage of road accidents. Currently there are 231 cows in the Gau-Sancharya which is located in village Jhham in the district. Of these, 24 are bandelin cows. The collector informed the Livestock Development Department about the disbursement of the poultry distribution. He said that if the livelihood level of a beneficiary has changed with poultry, then it must be promoted. Promotion of milk production has increased in Berla block of the district. District Panchayat CEO informed that 55 ponds are sanctioned by District Panchayat. It can increase your income by favored fish. Deputy Director Agriculture said that cotton production in the district is also being cultivated. This gives farmers additional income.

NRLM Production of chocolate is being done under

Bemetra December 29, 2018: Chocolate is being produced under the National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM) by a Self Help Group located at village Nandighat under Navagad block of the district. Collector Mahadev Kaware today received a courtesy call from the self-help group's officials in the collectorate meeting room and offered a chocolate. The Collector gave his congratulations and greetings to the Self Help Groups representatives. District Panchayat CEO S. Alok, Chief Medical and Health Officer, S.K. Sharma, NRLM P.O. of Well Neha Bansod and other officials were present.

Food and Civil Supplies Minister meets citizens in Bemetra

Bemetra December 29, 2018: - Minister of Housing and Environment, Forest, Transport, Food and Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Department of the State, this afternoon, going through the migration of the road to Kabirdham by this afternoon, for a short time, in the district headquarters Bemetara Held courtesy of common citizens Minister Mohammed Akbar presented a courtesy visit to the residence of Shri Ashish Kumar Chhabda, MLA of Bemetra. MLA Mr. Chhabra congratulated the Cabinet Minister on giving a new responsibility and congratulated him. The legislator also expressed his wishes for the upcoming New Year. Minister Shri Akbar exchanged greetings. Collector Mahadev Kaware, CEO of District Panchayat on this occasion. Mr. S. Alok welcomed the cabinet minister Mohammad Akbar by giving floral bouquet and intimate welcome.

Meeting of the Review Committee

Bemetra December 29, 2018: - The quarterly meeting of the review committee was held today under the chairmanship of Collector and District Magistrate Mahadev Kaware. In relation to allotment of land for the behavioral court, discussions were discussed in the district headquarters, Saza. In the meeting, District and Sessions Judge AK Singh Singhal, Senior Superintendent of Police, H.R. Manhar, CJM Jitendra Thakur Executive Engineer Loni M R Jatav was also present. Discussion and discussion were discussed in the society to maintain peace, reduce crime, increase police patrol. The Legal Assistance Center (Legal Cell) is to be established near the Choice Center in the collectorate, it was discussed in this regard. The permanent warranty which is pending will be made in Tamil. N.d.P.S. And matters relating to seizure cases were discussed in Excise matters. Discussion and discussion was done with the help of the Chhattisgarh State Renewable Energy Development Agency (KARDA), to promote energy from the solar energy panel in the collectorate.

District Expenditure Monitoring Committee (SMC) meeting on 06 January

Surajpur, December 29, 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Shri KC Deveshnapati has said that on the 26th day i.e. 06 January 2019 the announcement of the results of the 2018 assembly election (11 December 20189) in the presence of the District Election Officer and Expenditure Observer, the District Expenditure Monitoring Committee (DEMC) accounting solution meeting with candidates / election agents at 11.00 am in the meeting room of the Joint District Office Building That went held. Therefore, for the purpose of resolving their election expenditure accounts, the candidate / election agent should ensure that he is presently present in the said meeting.

Development block level marathon will be held in Surajpur from 4th January

Development block level marathon race is being organized in Surajpur on 29 December 2018 / joint governance and joint and joint welfare department of Surajpur on 6th January 2019 in all 6 development blocks. This race is organized for both men and women. 5 kms for women category And for men category 10km The distance has been determined. For the first runner runner / runner in both the men's and the men's section, a prize money of Rs.1000 / -, 500 rupees, third 300 rupees, Rs. 200 rupees and 5th to 10th position will be awarded. The race in the development block of Surajpur from 7:30 pm Child i.e. From the courtyard of Surajpur school, in Vikaskhand Ramanujanagar, Sh. Child ambassador From the courtyard of Ramanujanagar, the development block in Mao From the premises of Shala Kalamangan, in the development block, Female U.M. From the premises of Premnagar, the marathon will be started from Pratappur, Tehsil office in Vikaskhand Pratappur and from the police station in Bhayyathan, Bhayyathan. The selected runner and runner in the development block will participate in the district level marathon race in Surajpur on January 6, 2019.

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