District Task Force held under the chairmanship of District Collector for the month of December 21 to January 25, 2019


Mahasamund 4 Dec.

Today, under the chairmanship of Collector Shri Himshikhar Gupta, the meeting of the Task Force on meeting of the Health Department, Women and Child Development Department, Public Education Department and other departments, in the presence of employees - Gone. In the meeting, Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. S.B. Mangrulkar said that the baby protection month is to be held between 21 December 2018 and 25 January 2019.

Under this, services will be provided from 9 am to 4 pm on Tuesday and Friday in all vaccination centers. He informed that all the community health centers and district hospitals will be made vaccination centers in Anganwadi centers.

Vitamin A supplement for vaccination of all eligible children, vaccination of all eligible children, all pregnant women and feeding mothers will be given to Iron Folic acid tablets and health related counseling to pregnant women for all children from nine months to 5 years in the month of child protection. . Along with this, malnutrition will be examined in the children and as per need, they will be nurtured while recruiting in the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center. In the meeting, collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta was directed to give special attention to health and nutritional services due to monitoring of this program to all the departmental officers of the district and having district aspirant district.

The collector said that if there is 100% achievement in vaccination and infant care, malnutrition will decrease. It has been directed to monitor whether the sessions are being held on time and to complete coverage in a month. For the success of the program, Dr. SB, Chief Medical and Health Officer. Mangrulkar appealed for cooperation from Department of Education, Women and Child Development Department, Panchayat and Rural Development Department and other associate departments.

 

 




Farmers will not be able to sell their paddy in the Paddy procurement centers of the district


Mahasamund 4 Dec.

Paddy procurement is being procured by 122 paddy production centers in the district on support price under Kharif marketing year 2018-19. For the farmers, there is no problem in selling them, collector Shri Himshikhar Gupta has specifically instructed the officials of the Department of Food including the revenue department officials and other relevant officers. He has been instructed to take special action by the Food Department officials in this time-limit meeting.

There will be no constraint now for farmers to sell their paddy. As per the information received from the Food Department, so far, one lakh 51 thousand 429 MT of paddy has been procured by different mining purchasing centers of the district. Under the custom milling, the speed of the paddy is being speeded up. The firms which have been delayed by paddy lifting have started action against such firms.

The Food Department official said that till date, the demand of 72 thousand 611 metric tonnes of paddy has been released by the millers and 54 thousand metric tonnes of paddy has been made against it. Indian food Corporation has deposited 4 thousand metric tonnes of rice in 6 thousand metric tonnes of rice and civil supply corporation. The food department official said that due to the problem of frequency of the previous days and due to non-commencement of transport, the amount of token was reduced by 20 percent to ensure the quantum of procurement was purchased in the purchase centers. The instructions were given by the committees to cut the tokers by giving explanation to the farmers. There is a provision to cut the token of the forthcoming day on arrival of more farmers in the target of any paddy production center.

Due to lack of proper information given to farmers by the Central Incharge, there was a disruption in procurement of paddy in some centers of the district, which has now been removed by the district authorities reaching those centers. In the time-frame meeting today, the Collector Shri Himshikar Gupta has directed the concerned officials to prepare the work plan of the token for the purchase of daily paddy, Accordingly, the revised target for issuing a token to all the procurement centers of the district has been sent to NIC Raipur. Accordingly, the proposed quantity has been increased from 80 thousand quintals to one lakh 25 thousand quintals. With the maximum target of purchasing daily paddy, farmers will not have any problem in selling their paddy now. Paddy of each registered farmer will be purchased on the basis of the token issued by him.




Paddy procurement should be ensured at uninterrupted speed. Officers of concerned departments - collector


Mahasamund 4 Dec.

Collector Shri Himshikhar 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 procurement of paddy procurement, the concerned departments, including the food department, including the revenue officials, should be especially careful. Paddy procurement is done as per the arrangement of granules.

He said that the work plan has been prepared for procurement of paddy and accordingly, paddy is being procured. Where there is any problem in paddy acquisition centers, get them resolved immediately. The officials also kept in mind the purchase of paddy procured by the committees in the past years.

Directing the nodal officers, he said that after reaching their respective areas, they would inspect the paddy production centers, check the arrangements there and resolve the problems. During the time-limit meeting, the Collector and District Election Officer took information regarding the training of officers and employees engaged in counting work. He said that the training of officers and employees engaged in the counting of votes will be given on December 7, 2018. He said that the Photograph of the counting agent, all the Assistant Returning Officers should be received shortly, so that their admission letters can be issued on time.

He also said that keeping in mind the basic facilities at the counting place, ensure its arrangement. In the meeting, he got information about revenue, land records, digital signature, harvesting etc. In the meeting, Dr. S.B. Mangrulkar said that the baby protection month is being organized in the month of December, which will start from December 21, 2018 and run till January 25, 2019.

Vitamin A supplement for vaccination of all eligible children, vaccination of all eligible children, all pregnant women and feeding mothers will be given to Iron Folic acid tablets and health related counseling to pregnant women for all children from nine months to 5 years in the month of child protection. . Along with this, malnutrition will be examined in the children and as per need, they will be nurtured while recruiting in the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center.

He informed that all the community health centers and district hospitals will be made vaccination centers in Anganwadi centers. Collector Shri Himashikhar Gupta, while directing the revenue officials in this regard, said that he should make special efforts in the Anganwadi centers, including the sub-health centers, that the benefit should be extended to more and more children. Additional Collector Shri Sharif Mohammad Khan, Shri Alok Pandey, Joint Shri Shiv Kumar Tiwari, Deputy District Election Officer, Shri B.S. District level officers of different departments including Murmur were present.




One-day training program of counting supervisors and counting assistant concludes


Koriya 4 Dec.

In the presence of district election officer and collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga, today, a day-long training program of counting supervisors and counting helpers is held in the meeting of District Panchayat Korea. In the training program, District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga said that according to the Vidhan Sabha election on December 11, the counting of votes will be done in the Ramanuj Higher Secondary School in the counting centers of the District headquarters of the district headquarters.

Prior to counting of votes, all the present in the counting room will be asked to keep the confidentiality of voting by related returning officers. The counting of postal ballot and ETPBS counting will be started in the counting of votes starting from 8 o'clock in the morning. Counting of ballot papers and ETPBS will start counting even more than half an hour, even with EVM machines in parallel. All necessary preparations have started for counting. Application for recruitment of candidates for the counting of votes will be made to returning officer up to three days before the due date of counting. Application for appointment of counting agents will be done by the candidates for the counting on December 11, till December 7.

The District Election Officer also informed that duty has been imposed for different officials for the peaceful success of the counting of votes. District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga during the counting of counting of electronically voting machines, voting from VVPAT, tabulation and data entry, administrative and security arrangements for counting, appointment of calculator and computing agent, calculation of postal ballot,Provide detailed information regarding key legislative provisions, provision of infrastructure in the counting centers, declaration of results and subsequent proceedings and after counting of EVMs and sealing of election materials.

It was informed in the training that counting supervisors and counting assistant appointed in the counting work in the counting centers, the person authorized by the commission, government officials, employees, candidates, voters, their polling agent and counting agent counted in election duty will be admitted along with the admission letter. . The counting agent will sit at their allotted table and they will not be allowed to roam in the hall.

It was informed in the training that the table of allocation will be done on the day of counting in the presence of the Observer Supervisor and Counting Assistant to be posted in the counting of votes in the presence of observer appointed by the Election Commission of India. Essentially videography of all activities will be done. By 7 a.m. All counters will sit on their table.

It was informed in the training that 7 tables will be applied for Assembly constituency number Bharatpur-Sonhat and Vidhan Sabha area No. 3 for Baikundipur and 14 to 14 assembly constituencies of Managar. On each table, a calculation supervisor (Gazetted Officer) and one calculation will be helpful. In addition, reserve staff will also be appointed. Counting will start from 8 a.m.In the training counting centers, telecommunication, internet, electricity, generators, drinking water arrangements, loud speaker for announcement of the results, emergency medical arrangements, fire fighting machinery and law and order etc. were made expansive.

District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga said that a polling station of each assembly will be compulsorily selected on the basis of random basis and the calculation of the slabs of their VVPat machine will be made mandatory. Taking mobile phone in the counting room for any officer or employee or media representative, including candidate, voting agent, counting worker, is completely restricted. There will also be a media center in the counting center for the authorized media representatives of the commission given by the Commission.

Returning Officer of District Election Officer and Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Baikunthpur, Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga gave detailed information on various points from the counting of votes to the results Ghoshana. Apart from this, in the training program, detailed information was given in connection with the operation of the control unit to the counting supervisors and counting assistants by the District Panchayat Officer, Mr. Umesh Jaiswal. On this occasion, the Returning Officer of Bharatpur-Sonhath, R. A. Kuruvanshi, and Returning Officer of Assembly constituency-2 Manendragar, Mrs. Tulika Prajapati was also present on the occasion.

 




District Election Officer Shri Narendra Dugga announced on December 11 dry days


Koriya 4 Dec.

District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga has declared a dry day on the occasion of counting on December 11 under the assembly election. It is to be noted that the counting will be done on December 11 in the government Ramanuj Higher Secondary School situated in the district headquarter. During this period, shops of all the country's liquor and liquor shops, which come under the counting of votes, will be closed completely.




World AIDS Day celebrated at Government College Balrampur


Balarampur 04 December 2018 / World AIDS Day was celebrated on the last day in Government College, Balrampur. Principal of the college Mr. N.K. Deshangan appealed students to the students about the symptoms, causes, results and prevention measures of AIDS that they should bring awareness of this terrible disease to all the people of the society. Principal of the Government Child Higher Secondary School, Balrampur, Mr. Bimal Dubey cautioned the students against AIDS and informed that the information of AIDS is the only defense of AIDS. A street-drama was presented by the volunteers of the National Service Scheme through which the students / students exposed the symptoms, symptoms, results and prevention measures due to the spread of this disease. Dr. Archana Gupta said that due to initial knowledge of AIDS problems can be avoided. Mr. Vinit Gupta provided all the necessary information related to AIDS to the students and also gave the students the determination to reach the information of AIDS to all the people of the society and spread awareness. During the program, all the faculty members and all the students / students were present during the program.




Organizing Vasectomy Pakakhada Public awareness campaigns bring public transport


For organizing Balrampur 04 December 2018 / Male sterilization fortnight, public awareness campaign was disseminated on 03 December by the Chief Medical and Health Officer of District Headquarters Balrampur Dr. Gnanesh Choubey. Men sterilization parakhwara will be organized by 10 December 2018. During this time, public awareness vehicle will be brought about awareness of male sterilization through publicity spread in all the villages, hot markets and masses of 06 development block of the district. During this fortnight, "More Mitan More Sangwari" will be organized in all Bahujan Community / Villages. In all the colleges in the district, NSVT The related slogan competition will be organized. In which each 02 students of every college writing high quality slogans will be honored by the Health Department.
District Program Manager Smriti Ekka, District Advisor Dr Pradeep Gautam, District Malaria Advisor Mr. Divyakishore Gupta and Development Block Program Manager Shri Eye Prakash Sore, BEE on the occasion of public awareness campaign. Shri Jai Prakash Singh and the villagers were present.




Training of counting officers / staff completed Instructions given by Collector for successful implementation of counting work


Balrampur was organized in the District Panchayat Auditorium Bhawan, a day-long training of executives and employees employed for the counting of December 04, 2018 / assembly election 2018. In the training, Collector and District Election Officer Shri Hiralal Nayak and Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Shri Shiv Anant Tayal gave necessary directions to the officers and employees employed on duty for successful implementation of counting work.
Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Hiralal Nayak informed that the counting of assembly constituencies of 07-Ramanujganj and 08-Samari will be done in 19 rounds, 14-14 tables have been earmarked for the counting work of each assembly. The collector instructed the officers and employees appointed for the counting of votes to take special care of the counting process in a fair and fair way, and officials and employees employed in the counting of votes should not come with mobile phones in the calculation room. The collector gave instructions to all the officers employed in the counting work to reach the counting place till 6.30 am. He told that the process of counting will begin from 8.00 AM. The postal ballot will be counted first and the votes of EVM machine will be calculated later. Candidates of the candidates will be present in each table and counting process will be completed before them. Information about the counting of votes of each round will be done on the board, along with information will be provided to the media center for journalists. The collector said that Videography of counting work will be done from the commencement of the counting of votes.
The Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat, Shri Shiv Anant Tayal, appointed officials of E.V.M. to each candidate from the officers and employees appointed for the counting. Asked to provide detailed information about machine information, results etc. If there is any doubt in his mind, he can be quickly resolved. He asked the master trainers to give all the officers and employees engaged in the counting work to expand the details of all the situation which was coming at the time of counting.
Deputy District Election Officer Mr. Durgesh Verma, Assistant Returning Officer of Samrri Assembly constituency, Mr. R.S. Officials and officials engaged in the counting work, including Lal, Deputy Collector, Mr. Entrance Pacra, Mr. Abhishek Gupta were present.




Divya Bangla Border, Roshni and Sakshi of Government East Secondary School Ondagi illuminated 8 awards in different competitions School Name


Korea, December 04, 2018 / In the direction of Shri Narendra Duga, collector, on the occasion of World Divya-janta Day, on December 03, in the developmental workshop organized in district headquarter of Bukunathpur, in the developmental workshop, the government's eastern secondary school, Owaisi's Divyang student, Kumari Seema Sahu, Kumari Roshni Rajwada And Kumari Sakshi, District Sports Officer, Development Officer and Assistant Development Officer Painting by Ikari, jalebi race, race chair, lighted 100-meter race, Rangoli, pitcher bursting and calligraphy name of the school received 8 awards in the competition. Meanwhile, teachers and diviners from different schools, including Mr Bhagat Prasad Sahu, student teacher of DL Ed II year, were present in the school's Principal Mrs. Sujata Bansariya, teacher Mrs. Archana Rajwada, District Education and Training Institute in Korea.




P.P.R. (Paste-des Petits Ruminants) Control Program


Bemetra December 04, 2018: - P.P.R. There is a life-threatening Viral disease in sheep and goat. Which is 80-90 percent death potential. P.P.R. It is also called plague of small rumen glands (sheep and goat). According to information from the veterinary services of the sub-veterinary services, goat in the disease, liver dysentery from cough, nose, redness in the eyes, blisters in the mouth, salivation of the mouth and smell, thin diarrhea, haphana fever (106 F ). Under the National Agricultural Development Scheme, the Department of Livestock Development, on the lines of Pulse Polio in order to control the disease, in P.P.R. Immunization has been ensured from December 16 to December 31, 2018, in sheep and goats. Vaccination will be done in 81641 (19th animal computation), sheep and goats, in all the villages of the district, under the control of 62 vaccination crews, 19 supervisors and 5 nodal officers of the departmental staff, Gaushevak, private artificial insemination workers of the district. The department has appealed to all the sheep and goat boys in the district that the percentage of sheep and goats in the P.P.R. Get the vaccine.




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