Goat species are being run to protect animals   PPR Vaccination Campaign

According to Mahasamund 19 December 2018 / Collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta, the PPR vaccination campaign is being run in the animals of goat species through Animal Husbandry Department in the district. This campaign will be run from December 17 to December 30, 2018. A comprehensive action plan has been prepared in the whole district for the implementation of this campaign. Dr. Dharmadas Jhariya, Deputy Director, Department of Veterinary Medicine said that there are currently approximately two lakh goat species of livestock in the district, in which 78 vaccination teams have been deployed for cent percent vaccination. These teams included Veterinary Assistant Surgeon, Assistant Veterinary Area Officer, Animal Supervisor, Friendship (Private Artificial Insemination Worker) and Gauseworkers. These teams will go to Dewar and Village wise to go to the house of P.P.R. Will immunize. For the successful operation of the program, Dr. C. S. Chandrakar Mahasamund, Dr. AR Ghatallhari Bagbahra, Dr. Deepak Agarwal Pithora, Dr. Jitendra Nayak Basna and Dr. R.K.Verma Saraioli were appointed as Development Block Nodal Officers. Have gone Responsibility has been given to Ms Varsha Yadu Assistant Veterinary Area Officer for reporting every day from the District Control Room to the provincial office.
For greater information on this program, publicity has been circulated in all the villages, towns and cities of the district through wall-writing and munadi. In the cold chain system, adequate vaccination has been stored in the quantity of 4 lakh 67 thousand. During the campaign, the state level supervisor will reach the district for assessment of ground reality. After 21 days of vaccination, to know the effect of vaccination, vaccinated serum samples from 0.2 percent vaccinated goats by vaccinated random sampling method will be sent to the State Disease Investigation Laboratory, Raipur through local Disease Investigation Laboratory. In this disease-borne P.P.R disease of goat species, animals appear to be cold, cold and watery and nostril, eye salivation, mouth rash, thin diarrhea, hawf and high fever. . 70 to 80 percent of infected animals die. Goat rearing is the main occupation of Scheduled Castes, Tribe, Backward Classes, Minority communities, and landless small and marginal farmers of the state. P.P.R. Due to the outbreak of the disease, these classes are financially damaged. Earlier, there were thousands of goats in this disease, but due to the campaign the rate of mortality has decreased considerably. The disease has not confirmed the death of the sheep in the district for the last five years. Animal Husbandry P.P.R. The awareness of vaccination has increased and they are benefiting.

nstructions for continuous monitoring of Nodal officers, including revenue officials, on all the production centers Make adequate arrangements to protect the purchased paddy, for that cap   Keep in adequate number Ensure transport of accumulated paddy at quick pace

Time-bound meeting concluded
Mahasamund, 19 December 2018 / Collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta reviewed the work by taking a time-limit meeting in the meeting room of the District Office here today. He said that paddy procurement centers are being procured by the district for Kharif marketing year 2018-19. For all the Nodal Officers, Revenue Officers and other related departments should immediately visit the storage centers including paddy accretion centers in their respective areas for not getting affected due to rain and bad weather. View all types of arrangements in the storage centers including paddy production centers, see drain arrangements along with De Nange system. Where there is any deficiency in the system, remove it immediately. Make adequate arrangements to safeguard the purchased paddy, keep the cap sufficient for it. Also focus on special arrangements for the transport of accumulated paddy. For procurement of paddy procurement, the concerned departments, including the food department, including the revenue officials, should be especially careful. Regarding procurement of paddy, he further said that the officials of Nodal Officer, Markfed, Mandi and other departments, including revenue officials, especially in the border areas, should also monitor so that other states could not come here. In addition, he instructed to complete the entry of the harvesting experiment.
The collector informed about the arrangements made for the purchase and protection of the paddy made by the societies in the meeting. It was told that arrangements for polythene and cap cover were also made in the societies. In the time-limit meeting, Collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta has specifically directed the revenue officials, including officers and nodal officers of concerned departments, for continuous monitoring and monitoring of all the procurement centers in the district. He said that after visiting the collection centers including the earning centers, visiting the situation and looking at the situation and resolving any problems, then solve it. The collector said that if there was any kind of damage to rabi crop due to untimely rain, then check it out. If any type of episode is made under the Revenue Book 6-4, then see it as well. Apart from this, the Director of the Department of Horticulture also directed to prepare information regarding the damage done to the crops related to horticultural crops.
In the time-limit meeting, the collector said that in view of untimely rains and the cold wave generated from it, also make adequate arrangements for the burns in the presence of CMO of Tahsildar and urban bodies, bus stand etc. along with RAN busara etc. In the meeting of the time-limit, he said that the case of RBC 6-4 should not remain pending at any level, for this, the Revenue Officers should continuously review, along with the cases related to the Road Accident. In the meeting, he got information about revenue, land records, digital signature etc. They reviewed the works of agricultural crop insurance, health, water shed, construction and development works conducted under various schemes. Apart from this, we also learned about the removal of cases received from various commissions including the real estate, RRC of banks, recovery. They have directed it for resolution on priority basis. The Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Shri Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, Joint Shri Shiv Kumar Tiwari, District Officials of various departments including Sub-Divisional Officers were present in the meeting.

One annual increment of two principal readers was stopped

Ballarampur during 19th Dec 2018 / assembly election 2018 Assembly constituency No. 07- Polling center of Ramanujganj 55- Carrot and 148 -Piprolol 02 polling day on November 20, 2018, regarding the process of CRC after the mockpole, collector and district election The official, Shri Hiralal Nayak, was the principal reader of Secondary School Barapara of Vadafnagar Village Barikkala, Shri Vijay Prasad Sonawan And block Kusmi primary school Krradand Prime reader Mr. Harihar Ram tell Answers issued show cause notices had been asked to submit. On receipt of satisfactory answers, the collector and the District Election Officer have stopped the annual salary increase of Principal Pathak Shri Sonvani and Mr. Harihar Ram from the incentive with no effect.

Collector takes notice of negligence in work

Balrampur 19 December 2018 / Kharif Marketing Year 2018-19 Farmers of the district are being purchased through committees. Assistant Registrar Cooperative Societies of Balrampur - 03 - Shri Rakesh Pathak was appointed in-charge officer for making arrangements for complete procurement, information, monitoring and procurement of instructions for the purchase of paddy in the Paddy Uprisation Center, Trikunda. Collector Hiralal Nayak conducted a surprise inspection of the Dairy Urology Center, Trikunda. During this, they found that negligence was being done in the works assigned by Mr. Pathak. Collector, under the provisions of Chhattisgarh Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1966, as a result of violation of rule 3 (1) (one) (two) (Three) of Chhattisgarh Civil Service Practices Rules, 1965, Assistant Grade-III under the provisions of Shri Rakesh Pathak has been suspended with immediate effect. During the Nilamal period, the head office of Shri Pathak has been designated as Collector (Food Branch) Balrampur.

Deadline meeting today

Balrampur was not held on 18 December 2018 due to government holiday on Tuesday. This meeting was held today at 19:00 on December 19, 2018 at 11.00 am at the Joint District Office Building. Collector Shri Hiralal Nayak asked all District Officers to be present in the meeting with necessary information.

Revenue officials review meeting today

A review meeting of Balrampur 18 December 2018 / Revenue officials has been held today at the Auditorium Building, BazaarPara Balrampur, on December 19, 2018 at 2.00 pm. In the meeting, be sure to attend all the departmental officer revenue, all tehsildar, nb tehsildar, revenue inspector and Patwari with information of agenda on due date and time.

Continuous Inspection of Paddy Uranium Centers by Collector Instructions for making proper arrangements at Maharajganj Dhan Urpakasan Center

Ballarampur was organized on 18 December 2018 / paddy Urpajan Kendra Maharajganj and Chandra Collector Shri Hiralal Nayak by accidental inspection. Expressing displeasure over the disorder in the Maharajganj Paddy Purchase Center, he directed the Chairman and Managing Director of the Committee to amend the system immediately.
Collector Shri Hiralal Nayak is constantly monitoring the Paddy procurement centers of the district. In the same episode, the Collector today reviewed the arrangement by the Paddy Urpajan Kendra Maharajganj and Chandas by accidental inspection. After the purchase of paddy in the Maharajganj Udgajan Kendra, there was no arrangement of deniable arrangements for safe storage and the stacking of the purchased paddy was not properly done, and there was no displeasure if there was no proper arrangement of cap cover and trifle to frame the stack. He instructed the Chairman of the Committee to immediately convene a meeting of the Board of Directors to remove all the disorders of the Fertilizer Center. He has got the Naka installed at the entrance of the energy center, obtaining the loan book from the farmers coming to the paddy, the loan book from the farmer's list, and the farmers who have been issued the coupon only for the weighing of the paddy Asked to do. He said that the farmer has the responsibility of keeping the paddy safe before he weighs. The collector said that till now the paddy which has got soaked in the rain till now, to assess it immediately by the board of directors and supervising its assistant registrar cooperative, food officer and in-charge Tehsildar. Observing the arrangement of inspection during the inspection of the Udyan Kendra Chamo, the collector expressed satisfaction and instructed the committee manager to inform the officials immediately after getting the paddy in the committee by the coaches.

The newly elected Chief Minister of the state, Shri Bhupesh Baghel, took office in his office after reaching the Ministry (Mahanadi Bhawan) after taking oath at the Indoor Stadium here this evening.

The newly elected Chief Minister of the state, Shri Bhupesh Baghel, took office in his office after reaching the Ministry (Mahanadi Bhavan) after taking oath at the Indoor Stadium here this evening. With him Mr. S.S. T.S. Sinhdev and Tamwardhwa Sahu were also present. All the senior officials including Chief Secretary Shri. Aiyaj Singh have made a sincere welcome of the Chief Minister and the Minister.

The Chief Minister gave the copy of the Jan Manifesto to the Chief Secretary: instructions to the officers for implementation on all points

Following the oath of office by Shri Bhupesh Baghel, the Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, in the first introductory meeting of senior officers of various departments held in the Ministry (Mahanadi Bhavan) here this evening, the copy of the manifesto was given to the Chief Secretary, Mr. Ajay Singh. Mr. Baghel gave necessary guidelines for the departmental implementation of officers on all points of the Jan Declaration. On this occasion, the minister is the second son, T.T. Sinhdev and Tamwardhwa Sahu were also present. In the meeting, Chief Secretary Mr. Singh welcomed the Chief Minister and the Minister. It may be mentioned that the third newly elected Chief Minister of the state, Shri Baghel, took oath of office and secrecy at the function organized at the indoor stadium here today. With them Mr. T. S. Sinhdev and Tamwardhwa Sahu also took oath as ministers. Governor Smt. Anandiben Patel administered the oath to them. Following the swearing in, the Chief Minister and the minister have invited two special guests to attend the Swami Vivekananda Airport Manna (Mahanadi Bhawan) after paying partitions. After the first informal meeting of officials, the Chief Minister took the first meeting of the Cabinet.

Divisional Review Meeting of Revenue Officers on December 20

Jashpurnagar 14 December 2018 / Mr. Taman Singh Sonawani, the deputy of the Sarguja division, has informed that the Divisional Level Review Meeting of Revenue Officers will now be held on December 20, 2018, at 11.00 AM in the office of the Executive Office. Significantly, this meeting was to be held in the East on December 15, 2018. Commissioner Mr. Sonawani has directed the Collector, Surajpur, Balrampur-Ramanujganj, Jashpur and Koriya districts, who are under the jurisdiction to be present in the meeting at the scheduled date and time, to the Additional Collector and Sub-Divisional Revenue officials.

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