Raipur : Governor administered oath of office and confidentiality to nine-members of Cabinet


Swearing-in ceremony of Chhattisgarh state's Cabinet members was held today at Police Parade Ground today. On the occasion, Governor Mrs. Anandiben Patel administered oath of office and confidentiality to nine ministers of the Cabinet.

Ministers who took oath of office today are namely Mr. Ravindra Choubey, Dr Premsai Singh Tekaam, Mr. Mohammad Akbar, Mr. Kawasi Lakhme, Mr. Shivkumar Dahariya, Mrs. Anila Bhodia, Mr. Jaisingh Agrawal, Mr. Guru Rudra Kumar and Mr. Umesh Patel.

In the swearing-in ceremony of the cabinet held today, Chief Minister of the state Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, Minister Duo Mr. TS Singhdeo and Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu, newly-elected MLA Mr. Charandas Mahant, Mr. Rampukar Singh, Member of Rajya Sabha Mr. PL Puniya were present. Besides, prominent citizens, senior officials of state government, and a large number of common people were also present on the occasion. The ceremony was conducted by Chief Secretary of the state Mr. Ajay Singh.




Meeting on photo dated Dec 26


Mahasamund 24 Dec.

The program has been issued through the letter referred by the Election Commission in relation to the second special brief revision of the photo-nominated electoral rolls, on 01.01.2019. In connection with the photo-selection of electoral rolls, a meeting was held in the meeting room of the District Office on December 26, 2018 at 3 pm in the presence of the collector. In the meeting, the district magistrates and electoral registration authorities of political parties have been asked to appear in the meeting.




Award-winning Marathon Runs Awarded Award-winning Winners


Mahasamund 24 Dec.

Marathon race was organized by the Sports and Youth Welfare Department Mahasamund on December 23, 2018, in Jhalap Vikaskhand Mahasamund. In which 10 km for men category and 05 km for women category was determined. The competition was flagged off by Laxman Patel, Citu Saluja, Lalita Agrawal, Raja and District Sports Officer Mr. Manoj Kumar Dhritalhar. In this competition, 64 participants, including 20 women and 44 men from Gram Panchayat Jhalap, Patdadar, Bkma, Sarekel, Bamcha, Mahasamund, Chilpavan, Gongal, Dumarpali, Jampali, Banpachari, Pateva, Bhoring, Tenggaon etc. participated in this competition.

Prize Distribution Laxman Patel, Citu Saluja, Lalita Agarwal, Raja, Dev Nayak, Nirbhay Nayak, Hemant Dadsena, Narendra Kaushik, Mohit Dhruv, Nanak Rajput, Kamal Kaushik, Sanjay Patel, Atul Gupta, Gajendra Dhruv, Kartik Patel on the closing ceremony of the program. , Runners were given cash prize in the presence of Noor Sahu, Subhash Patel, John Christ, Mohan Dhruv.

First place in the girls' category, Hushpat Gopal, second place, Kaushia Dhud, second place, Ritu Beriah, Patdadar, fourth place, Chandni Sahu Sherkel, fifth place, Drupati Dhruv, Sarekel, sixth place Tosh Kumari Dhruv Gongal, seventh place Tomal Dhruv Sarekel, seventh place Sheetal Dhruv Sarekel, New Location Harsha Dhruv Patdadar, In the tenth place Rupa Dhruv Gongal and first place in the boys category, Surendra Kumar Dhruv Balki, second place Ravi Kumar Dhruv Balki, Third Hemlal Patel, fourth place, Lankesh Kumar Thakur fifth place Narasimha, sixth place Jaisingh Dhruv, seventh place Mukesh Thakur, eighth Mahendra Kumar Dhruv , Navin Kanwal Singh, Tenth place of Sanjay Dhruv.

Women and men participants from 1st place to 15th place in district marathon race competition at development block level will participate in district level marathon race competition. On this occasion, Anagaram, Ankam Ram Patel, Radheshyam Dhruv, Rajeshwari Dhruvanshi, Hempushpa, Sevandas Manikpuri, Bhojraj Sidar, Kamal Morris, Police Department, Department of Health were important contributors.

 




Notice the last reason for absence in work


Mahasamund 24 Dec.

Agitated Child Development Project Office of Women and Child Development Department, Pithora, has been issued notices in the last two months due to absence of absenteeism and absence of leave in office for long time by the Assistant Grade-3 Mr. Devraj Singh Thakur.

Mr Brijendra Singh Thakur, District Program Officer, Women and Child Development Department informed that on being unauthorized absent, Mr. Thakur has been asked to present his explanation within seven days of receipt of the letter and it has been directed that his According to the provisions of Chhattisgarh Civil Services Act, 1966, necessary action can be taken.




MLA Mr. Chhabra did surprise visit to the District Hospital


Bemetara 24 Dec.

In order to improve the health facilities and provide basic health facilities to the patients, District Magistrate, Bemetara MLA Ashish Chhabra, collector Mahadev Kavre and local public representatives were given a surprise visit to the hospital. During the inspection by MLA Mr. Chhabda, he reviewed the services being provided in the district hospital. Along with this, patients have been instructed to do good by the medical staff.

Expressing his displeasure at the quality of cleanliness in the District Hospital, the Civil Surgeon Dr. s. K. Pala directed. For complaint and suggestion, also instructed to arrange separate counter in hospital premises. During the inspection of attendance register by MLA Mr. Chhabra instructed to take action against doctors absent for long time absent as per rules.

In addition, all the employees and staff were directed to enter the biometrics machine essentially. Civil surgeon, hospital superintendent, Dr. Paul was apprised of the lack of expert doctors and medical officers in the hospital. Taking cognition, the MLA assured all possible help to strengthen the system in the district hospital by Mr. Chhabda.




National Farmer's Day organized


Bemetara 24 Dec.

National Kisan Day was organized on Sunday 23rd December by Krishi Vigyan Kendra Bemetra. On this occasion, Nileshwar Chandrakar, the excellent farmer of village Thankhamariya was present as the chief guest. Addressing the program, senior Scientist and Head of the Center Dr. CRNatam apprised the Annadar Kisan brothers about the Kisan Day, giving them best wishes, he apprised about the National Farmer's Day.

He said that this day is organized in honor of former Prime Minister of India, Chaudhary Charan Singh, who was the fifth Prime Minister of the country. He took over from July 28, 1 979 to 14 January 1980, but during this time, he made many policies keeping in view the interests of farmers. Their policies not only protected the interests of the farmers, but also motivated them to unite and fight against the landlords.

He followed the "Jai Jawan Jai Kisan" slogan, which was given by former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri. Therefore, every year, farmers' day is organized in all the states of India, which is celebrated as the birthday of Chaudhary Charan Singh.

R.K. Modi Speaking of the importance and respect of farmers, Modi said that farmers are our food additives and the honor of the farmer is the honor of our country. The farmer is the one who brings us food from the field to the plate of eating. Dr. Pragya Pandey explained the importance of cleanliness to the farmers. He said that as we keep our homes clean, we need to take care of cleanliness in our fields as well. He advised farmers not to burn crop residue and encourage these residues to make fertilizer. During the program Dr. Vedhika Sahu explained the importance of soil to the farmers. Soil is the foundation of farmers and the foundation for a good and strong cornerstone is important.

It is extremely important for the production of good crop that the soil is healthy and fertile and this is possible only when the farmer's brother should periodically visit the soil and use the balanced fertilizer and fertilizer, so that we can increase the fertilizer power of the land. Keeping the right production while retaining and providing healthy and fertile land to its next generation. E. Jitendra Joshi told the important use of agricultural machinery in cleanliness.

They discussed crop waste management through various agricultural machinery. A large number of farmers were involved in this occasion and the farmers took part in the cleanliness fortnight and took the initiative to keep cleanliness around them. During the program, Planting and cleaning work was also done in the Government Model Child High Secondary School, Bemetara Complex.




National Consumer Day Organized


Bemetara 24 Dec.

National Consumer Day was organized today in the direction meeting of Joint District Office Building, under the chairmanship of Collector Mahadev Kaware. To bring awareness among the masses by collector Shri Kavare, instructions have been given for organizing camps at district level and making the consumers aware through various means. He also gave instructions to run awareness campaign in all the development blocks of the district.

The office is being operated in the old district office premises for this purpose by the Consumer Protection Council. On the occasion of National Consumer Day, various views were expressed by the speakers and regarding the organizational and awareness of the work done and the consumers engaged in consumer awareness. Members were told to check the quality of edible oils in Bemetara district, and to make the domestic services more accessible for domestic gas supply by domestic gas agencies.

On this occasion, Food Officer Bhupendra Mishra, District Consumer Forum member Om Prakash Chandrakar, Mrs Salma Sharif, Non-official members of Consumer Forum Praful Sharma and Smt. Nivedita Joshi, Food Safety Officer Roshan Verma, Nathpaul Inspector Damodar Verma and Drug Inspector, Assistant Food Officer Geetesh Dutt Mishra, Arun Meshram, Ashish Ramteke, Food Inspector Laxman Kashyap, Daleeshwar Sahu, Vastrapure Heating Singh, Narinder Thakur, Mrs. uninterruptedly Gupta, Mrs. Neetu Singh were present Upbhoktagn of Netam and district.




Meeting with political parties for special brief revision of photo voter list


Surajpur 24 Dec.

According to the information received from the Additional Collector and Deputy District Election Officer, Shri KP Singh, in the direction of Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. K.C.Devsenapati, a series of program has been released for the special brief revision of photo voter list by the Election Commission of India, New Delhi. Special brief revision of photo voting list by the Commission for the inclusion of the names of the eligible persons in the list for the Lok Sabha election and the updating of the electoral roll for the Lok Sabha elections next year, revision in the condition of the validity date 01 January 2019. The program is being done.

In this regard today, on 24th December 2018, a meeting was held in the meeting room of the Joint District Office, in the chairmanship of Special Committee with all recognized political parties under the chairmanship of Collector, Shri K.C. Devsenapati, Collector Surajpur. The representatives of all political parties present in the meeting were told about the revision program. Brief Special Revision In 2019, the youth who completed 18 years of age on 01 January 2018 will also be able to get their name added.

According to the ongoing program, the detailed voter list will be published on December 26, 2018. After this, from December 26, 2018 to January 25, 2019, the claim or objection can be submitted. Received claims or objections will be resolved before 11 February. After this, updating of database and supplementary voter list will be prepared before 18 February 2019. The revised voter list will be published on 22 February 2019 after the modification and new names are added.

In the voter list, online claims can be submitted through BVL and the designated officer in every polling station and also through the website nvsp.in, for the purpose of adding, deleting and amendment, to 25 January 2019 (Friday). A special request was made to appoint BOLO for the revision program and the meeting was announced with the same.




Applications from players to be declared excellent players by December 31, 2018


Surajpur 24 Dec

Collector Shri K.C. Devsenapati has said that the applications for the players to be announced by the Government of the Sports and Youth Welfare Department for Excellence in Sports and Youth Welfare have been invited in the prescribed format by December 31, 2018. Under this, the game which is included in the Olympics, Asiad, National Games, National Games, Universal Games. The players' application related to the same play will be considered.

The online registration of the players can be made on the official website of the Sports Department at www.sportsyw.cg.gov.in. All documents including print out (self-signed hardcopy) of application form are to be submitted in the Sports and Youth Welfare Department of Surajpur District by 31 December 2018 after online registration. For more information regarding the qualification of the best player, please contact the Sports and Youth Welfare Department, Surajpur.




Selection list of Village Employment Assistants Release Documents on December 26


Surajpur 24 Dec.

According to information received from Mr. Vedprakash Pandey, Chief Executive Officer of Zenapad Panchayat Surajpur, in the direction of Collector Mr. K.C. Devsenapati, according to the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, the selection list of village employment assistants of 19 Gram Panchayats has been released. The selected candidates have been asked to appear in the meeting room of the District Panchayat of Surajpur on December 26, 2018, at 11.00 am with the original documents.

Sri Lonnath Aila, Mr. Hullas Ram from Gram Panchayat Dumariya, Maheshwari Singh, from Girwarganj, Mr. Santosh Singh from Gopalpur, Mr. Kamlesh from Gopalpur, Mr. Chaituram from Shri Guruji, from Garanathpur, Mr. Barghish from Haripurikra, Shri Manasay, Shri Shyamlal from Jagatpur, Mr. Devprasad from Jagatpur. Shree Soumar Sai, Mr. Ranjit Kumar from Shri Kamalpur, Mr Magal Tarafdar from Kampur, Ganshwari Bai, husband Manjit Singh from Kandai,

Sushma pati Nageshwar from Lottori, Sri Bhagwan Singh from Lodhima, Chait Ram Singh, Usha Pati Prakashchand from Madanpur, Shri Chandan Das, Chittaranjan Das from Mahabirpur, Sarita Pati Mangal Ram from Paraspaara, Mahima Kuzar from Raja Paratipur, Rajaram from Parvatipur, Shri Devprasad Singh from Rameshwarpur Babu Lal, from Satpata to Vimla Kurray husband Pannalal, Mr. Ruvi Singh from Dhanajay Singh from Shivandanpur, Mr. Om Prakash Singh from Birla If, Bisunpur from Mr. Abisek Kumar Singh and 0 Awadhesh Singh.




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