Online application for post matric scholarship for SC / ST and OBC in the year 2018-19

Surajpur 24 Dec.

According to the information received from Assistant Commissioner Dr. Lalit Shukla in the direction of Collector Shri K.C. Devsenapati, Collector, Chhattisgarh, all Heads of government / non-government colleges, universities, engineering colleges, medical colleges, ITIs, polytechnics etc, scholarship in charge and Students from Scheduled Tribes, Scheduled Castes and Other Backward Classes who are studying in them Wara's post is eligible for matriculation scholarship distribution, is reported

The application for application, acceptance and distribution of post-matric scholarship (class 12 th) for education session 2018-19 is being done online on website. Under which the date has been fixed by the Department for the year 2018-19 to fix proposals / approvals for enrolling students and institutions, According to which according to the online application (renewal and renewal) for students from December 20, 2018 to January 15, 2019, from December 20, 2018 to January 25, 2019, to prepare a draft proposal, from December 20, 2018 to January 30, 2019, and institutions Has been allocated for the submission of KYC by February 10, 2019.

Applications for Post Matric Scholarship for the academic session 2018-19 after the prescribed dates will not be approved and the opportunity to do the draft proposal or to get the order order will also not be provided. If the concerned students are deprived of scholarship on not completing the proceedings till the said date, the institution head will be automatically responsible for this. Scheduled Tribe students who have previously applied for the National Scholarship Portal (, post matriculation (class 12th to higher), also will be given the re-departmental website It is compulsory to apply. They will be provided scholarships only through this portal.


Post matriculate scholarship online deadline

Balrampur :24 Dec.

All government / non-government colleges, ITIs, polytechnics and nursing colleges run in the district, which are eligible for Scheduled Tribes, Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes students, Post Matric Scholarship administered by Tribal Development Department. Such students are being made online on the website of application for application, acceptance and distribution for Post Matric Scholarship for the academic session 2018-19.

Under which the department has fixed the scheduled deadline for 2018-19 to lock the proposal approval for the registration of the students and institutions. January 15, 2019, to apply for online application by the student, on January 25, to lock the draft proposal, 30 January and institutions to lock the acceptance order. The last date for submission has been fixed till 10 February 2019.

Gram Sabha is organized from 27th to 29th December

Balrampur December 24: The Collector Shri Hiralal Nayak has been ordered to organize a Gram Sabha from December 27 to 29, 2018, using the powers conferred in the Chhattisgarh Panchayat Raj Act. In the said Gram Sabha, the responsibility of the members of the council, the sarpanch and the secretary will be done to ensure the presence of the members along with Ganupruti.

Land acquired for Tata plant will be returned to farmers : Cm Bhupesh Baghel


Raipur : The farmers whose land was acquired in the Lohandiguda area of ​​the Bastar district, for the Tata Steel Plant, will be given back their land soon. Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has instructed the officials to complete the necessary process for this and bring the proposal in the forthcoming meeting of the Council of Ministers, referring to his promise made to the farmers.

It is notable that along with Shri Baghel, Member of Parliament Mr. Rahul Gandhi also assured the farmers of Lohandiguda area during Bastar migration that their acquired land would be brought back to them. It has been promised to the farmers of the state that in the agricultural land acquired for industrial use, no project has been set up within 5 years from the date of its acquisition, it will be returned to the farmers.

Mr. Baghel has asked officials to start the process immediately for the Tata Steel Plant in Bastar district to return the acquired land of 10 villages to the farmers, according to this point in the Jan Declaration. This land was acquired for the Tata plant in February 2008 and December 2008. Among the villages in which the land was acquired for the plant were included in village Chhindgaon, Gram Kumhali, Chhindgaon, Beliapal, Badanji, Dabpal, Largepoda, Balar and Sirisguda and under village Tehargaon, under Tehsil Lohandiguda village Tarchaguda. No industry has been established by this related company.

With regard to the progress of the work under construction, the concerned construction agency and the contractor are given the task of completing the work quality in full time frame: Collector Dugaga

Koriya 22 Dec.

The meeting of the Life Deep Committee was held in the meeting room District Hospital under the chairmanship of Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga, President, Collector and Life Deep Committee. In the meeting, he received information about the income-expenditure of the Life Deep Committee. Receiving information about the facilities available in the District Hospital, he gave directions to the District Hospital to make the work plan for the renovation (renovation) work,At the same time, they learned about the progress of the work under construction and gave clear instructions to the concerned construction agency and the contractor to complete the work done to complete the work. In the meeting Mr. Narendra Dugga said that the needy person reached the District Hospital for better treatment. They should not be spared any kind of spell. They should get all the facilities available in the hospital easily. There will not be any kind of negligence in it.He also gave instructions to the patients to provide medicines and to make medicines available from the Pharmacy Center.

In the meeting, the review of the works being done in accordance with the decisions taken in the meeting of the Joint Vigilance Committee held in September, in the presence of Shri Narendra Dugga, Chairman, District and Life Deep Committee. The meeting mainly consists of budgets upto November 2018, sweeper for public toilet, appointment of watchman, use of protection fund,

With the release of funds from the Mineral Trust Fund to the generator and drip freezers, House Keeping, Kitchen, Lab, X-ray, Tender Issue of Bold Bank Material, Community Halls etc. related to the construction and electrification process in detail. They also gave doctors special attention to the general treatment of patients and special attention to care and cleanliness.

In the meeting the Collector and Jeevan Deep Committee president said that for the well-functioning operation of the hospital, the staph should be required at least once in a month. In the meeting, he gave instructions on making the phone directory in which the departmental, All the names and mobile numbers of doctors, nurses, ward dwellers, cleaning workers, etc. should be there. In the same way, he discussed the Hospital's Day Neighbors, Fire Safety, Cleaning of Kuawas, Solar Panel etc., and they gave clearance for applying wiring, proper arrangement of electricity, three-face connection for the smooth operation of the electricity system in Hospital.

Shri Narendra Dugga, President of the Collector and Life Deep Committee, got the information of Biomedical West. He gave clearance to create necessary action plans for setting up an ecosystem for fixation of biomedical waste.Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. SS Pekra, Civil Surgeon Mr. SK Gupta, Executive Engineer of Public Works Department, Executive Engineer of Public Health Engineering Department, Municipal Chief Executive Officer along with Municipal Chief Officer Members of Deep Committee were present.



So far, 2 lakh 6194 metric tonnes of paddy has been procured in the district.

Bemetara 22 Dec.

Collector Mahadev Kawre today took information in connection with the procurement of Kharif Marketing Year 2018 support price in collectorate meeting room. The collector informed that in the committees, paddy will also be transported on Sunday.

On this occasion, Superintendent of Police H.R. Manhar, Food Officer Bhupendra Mishra, District Marketing Officer R. s. Lahhor was present. During the current rice purchase season, 86 rice purchase centers have been set up in the district. So far, about two lakh 6194 metric tonnes of paddy was procured. Raise Millions 66 thousand 611 metric tonnes of rice and 34 thousand 523 metric tonnes of paddy has been transported in the storage center.

Patwari examination held on 13th January

Bemetara 22 Dec.

In the year 2017-18, the Patwari examination will be held on January 13, 2019 for the failing trainees in Patwari trained trainees and former Patwari examination. According to the examination program, in the examination conducted on January 13, 2019 (except for surveying practical subject) Principal, Government J. Yoganandam Chhattisgarh College, Byran Bazar will be organized in Raipur.

The examination program is as follows: - Subject - Survey (practical) Examination on Sunday 13 January 2019 from 08.00 to 5:00 pm (01 00 hours per candidate), survey (theoretical) on Sunday 20 January 2019 from 11:00 am to 02:00 pm, Land Revenue Code Tuesday, January 22, 2019 from 03.30 pm to 05.00 pm, land records rules Thursday 24 January 2019 from 03.30 pm to 05.30 pm, Computer Friday, January 25, 2019 at 03.30 pm Evening until 05 pm: 00 pm, organized (papers) on Sunday, January 27, 2019 morning 11 schools from 00 evening 03 percent to 00 pm. The examination of the Pravasi Bharatiya Practical Examination to be held on January 13, 2019 will be edited by the District Collector's Land Records Branch in the Patwari training schools. In the former Patwari examination, the examination of the failed candidates will be sent to the office by December 31, 2018, with the original copy of the bank invoice of 50.00 rupees.

Such trainees whose attendance and attendance have been sent on the basis of 8 or 9 months. In order to issue the admission letter, their attendance and percentages of attendance are required to be sent by the fax / e-mail or special carrier on 08 January 2019. Examinations will be conducted by the Chhattisgarh Geo-Revenue Code, Chhattisgarh Land Records Manual and Computer Examination OMR Sheet.

The entrance test for all the examiners who are joining the examination can be downloaded from Revenue Department website's website. Entry letters will not be issued separately.

Chandravanshi will be in charge of Bemetara Tehsildar

Bemetara 22 Dec.

By issuing an order on Saturday, by issuing an order on Saturday, the Shrimati Umraaj Tehsildar Bemetara has been posted as Tehsildar Thankhamaharia, Ajay Kumar Chandravanshi Nayab Tehsildar Berla in charge Tehsildar Bemetra and Mr. Pauras Vental Naib Tehsildar Saza has been posted as Nayab Tehsildar Berla.




Effective solution for waste management - West Diccompores

Bemetara 22 Dec.

Senior Scientific and Head of Agriculture Science Center Bemetra C.R. Under the guidance of Netamat, farmers of Gram-Jhal were trained to produce crop wastewater by scientists. The training was explained by demonstrating the way the farmers were created on their own farm to produce anew. The daily production of per capita waste in Indian cities ranges from 200 g to 600 gm and in villages it is 300-400 gram per family per day.

At present, such waste is usually burnt or left to rot. To overcome this problem, garbage / wastewater has been prepared by the National Organic Farming Center, Ministry of Agriculture and Welfare, Ghaziabad. Garbage decomposition is an easy effort towards clean India, which also encourages organic farming.

Waste decompressor is a group of beneficial microorganisms. Is able to convert all types of wastes generated from kitchen, agriculture and cattle etc. into 40-day usable form. This single product is capable of converting one million metric tons of garbage in just a few days. West Decomposer works as organic fertilizer, bio-control as well as soil health repellent. To combat diseases in all types of agriculture and horticultural crops, early composting of bio waste - drip irrigation, spraying on leaves and biological pesticides as well as seeds can be used for treatment.

Dr. Pragya Pandey told the farmers that the farmer can easily prepare the West Diccomporter on his farm. For this, take two kilogram jaggery and mix it in 200 liters of plastic bottles. Now take a bottle of West Dissociation and put the ingredients in this bottle into a drum containing jaggery. Use a wooden stick to dissolve the West DiComposer in the drum, and avoid contact with water directly in culture or drum.

Give this solution to shake 1-2 daily. After 5-7 days, the solution present in the drum will also be frozen in the upper surface and the slurry will become frozen. Now this solution is ready for use. Farmers can build the West Decimposer repeatedly with the above-built solutions. For this, add 20 liters of West Diccompore solution to 200 kg of water in the drum with two kg of jaggery. Then it will be ready in seven days. The compost that is produced using the West DiComposer is dry, dark brown and odorless. It is not too hot and is very good quality. It does not attract flies and insects. The Center for Agricultural Sciences has set up the West Diccompore Unit in Jhal area, where the construction of West DiComposer has been started and the farmers are being made available at reasonable prices. The farmers are also benefitting from this experiment.



Rescue and remedies on the condition of cold water Directions issued for

Mahasamund 22 Dec.

Guidelines for rescue and remedies have been issued on the condition of cold water in the state. Joint collector issued an order asking all the Chief Executive Officers, Chief Medical and Health Officers, Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue, all Tahsildar and Chief Municipality Officers of all the district Panchayats in the district to ensure the rescue and remedies on the condition of cold water, Pala. 

The Government of India is issuing instructions from National Disaster Management Authority and India Meteorological Center from time to time. Generally, the prevalence and acuity of the cold between the months of December to January, sometimes takes the form of cold wave. Even this year, cold start has started since the beginning of December. There is a possibility of being affected by freezing, unschooled, homeless poor, elderly and school going students living in urban and rural areas.


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