Joint quarterly meeting of Monitoring Committee on District Level Child Protection Committee, District Level Advisory and Inspection Committee and District level women and children to stop illegal migration


Surajpur November 27, 2018 / Joint quarterly of monitoring committee to prevent illegal migration of District Level Child Protection Committee, District level Advisory and Inspection Committee and district level women and children in the collective meeting room of the meeting under the chairmanship of Collector Shri KC Deesanapati today 27th November 2018. The meeting was organized.
In the meeting, the members present to the District Program Officer, District Officers were given information on the work responsibilities of the Child Welfare Committee and the current situation of the cases, pending 51 and the status of the cases submitted. The cases sent in the other institutions from the district by the Child Welfare Committee were placed before the committee. Out of which, the children who need care and protection on the orders of the Child Welfare Committee are currently being provided with Balagrish (child), 08 girls, Balgri (girls), 03 girl child SOS, Village Raipur, 01 girla Jeevan Jyoti with special requirement Girl child has been preserved in Raipur. Giving information to the members about pending 320 cases pending in the Juvenile Justice Board, the pending cases were directed to settle quickly. It was conveyed to the Committee that quarterly review of the functions of the Child Welfare Committee and the Juvenile Justice Board has been submitted to the District Magistrate. The District Child Protection Unit has been directed to enter the regular portal of the children who need care and protection. District level committee was apprised by the Secretary, District Program Officer that in the year 2018, so far, 119 child marriage has been stopped by giving explanation. Out of which 02 crime has been registered in case of child marriage. It was informed to the Committee that the District Panchayat level and Ward level Child Protection Committee have been constituted in all the village panchayats of the district by Panchayat level Child Protection Committee and 01 Municipal Council and 5 Nagar Panchayats. The Secretary of the Committee, District Program Officer, was informed that in the district, since last year 2017, the disciples have been established at District Hospital and Sakhi One Stap Center 02 places. And from the year 2018, the infant crib center has been established in all the 06 community health centers of the district and 37 primary health centers. In this way, the center of the discipleship has been established at 45 places in the district. In the condition of November 2018, a total of 05 neonates, including 01 children and 04 girls in the infant crib center, have been received. The District Level Committee was apprised by the Secretary that in order to bring awareness among children on child protection issues during the session 2018-19, training and awareness programs on child protection issues in the district of Higher and High schools were done in collaboration with District Legal Services Authority. Is going. So that children are aware of child rights and child law. Child marriage, child labor, child sexual abuse, human trafficking, children and children in begging, law-abstaining children and adoption of children, juvenile justice (child custody and protection) Act 2015, sex Information on training of girls' protection against crimes, information on free right of children is given on training subject . It was directed by the committee to undertake a special campaign for rehabilitation of children and children engaged in beggary, joining them with education and skill development while taking them into protection. The children were begged to be begged but action was also directed. A day-long training cum workshop of the employees of Child Line, Special Branch Committee, district level officers, advocates, chairman / secretary of development level level child protection committee, formed in the district were also instructed.




District level management committee meeting of Sakhi One Stop Center concluded


In the chairmanship of Surajpur 27 November 2018 / Collector Shri K.D. Devsanapati, a meeting of District Level Management Committee of Sakhi Van Stapp Center was held in the collective meeting room of 27 November 2018 today.
In the meeting, the problems related to the systematic operation and center of the center were heard and dismantled by the Collector, Shri Deveshapati. In order to connect the women coming to the center, Assistant Director Skill Development Department has been instructed to provide stitching, strictness and training in other areas, including the facility of habley in Laillyhud College, as well as to provide sewing machine to women at the heart of the center. Was directed for The Chief Medical and Health Officer was directed to arrange separate wards in the district hospital for the unsuspecting women. In relation to providing shelter facility to women for long period, the government was directed to send letter to the governing district for conducting a private home in the districts. The District Program Officer, Women and Child Development Department, Mr. Muktanand Khunt was directed. Every day a coach from Kasturba Gandhi residential school was directed to Mission Coordinator Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan to make available various training to the halted women.
Additional Deputy Superintendent of Police, Smt. Megha Tembhurkar, Secretary, District Legal Services Authority, Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi, Additional Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Shri RK Sharma, Chief Medical and Health Officer, Dr. V. Vaish, Social Worker Smt. Daimanti Tiwari, Deputy Director, Social Welfare Department, Shri Bellarmin Beck, Secretary Bar Council, Assistant Director of Tribal Welfare Department, Assistant Driver Skills Development Department, District Mission Coordinator SSA, district officers of other departments including Child Protection Officer, Conservation Officer Nava morning, the labor inspector.

 




Education Department's departmental plans review meeting concluded


According to information received from Surajpur 27 November 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. K.D. Devsanapati, according to information received from the District Education Officer, Mr. Rajesh Singh, on 26th November, 2018, the review meeting of departmental schemes in the government girl Uttar Verma Surajpur, Joint Director of School Education Department Education, Division-Ambikapur Mr. Sanjeev Srivastava and District Education Officer Mr. Rajesh Kumar Singh presided over Done in
The meeting was reviewed by the Joint Director, Mid-Day Meal Scheme, Cycle Distribution Plan, Uniform Distribution, Free Text Book distribution, Scholarship, Examination Results, Educational Quality, Pending Pension Case etc. in Detail and detailed instructions were given. The dead line of 20 December 2018 has been kept for updating service records, GFP passbook, etc. for departmental officers and employees. It was directed by the Joint Director that during a surprise inspection, the service records of the officers / employees and the GFP passbook will be randomly inspected and if incomplete, the concerned control officer and the concerned branch in charge will be personally indebted. The Constitution was sworn in on the occasion of Constitution Day by all the officers / employees present in the meeting. In the National Teacher Convention organized in the training hall of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, a gift letter and souvenirs were distributed to participants, innovative teachers. District Education Officer Mr. Rajesh Kumar Singh said in his excellence that in the year 2018-19, for the Governor and Presidential award, the profile of more teachers from the district should be prepared and submitted in the prescribed format so that in the field of education state and national level, Surajpur district Became a different identity In the meeting, Assistant Director Education Smt S. Tiriki and Smt. Lata Beck, District Project Officer (RMSA), Mr. Ajay Kumar Mishra, D.M.C.S. Sureshn Agarwal, DPO Literacy, Mr. Kailash Dixit, All Development Block Education Officer, M.I. .s. Administrator Mr. Dinesh Kumar Kaushik, A.P.C. (SSA) Shri Shobhnath Chabe, Dinesh Dwivedi, All Assistant Development Block Education Officer, BRC. And all the office staff of the District Education Officer's Office were present.

 




Training on divisional level counting today


Surajpur, 27 November 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Shri KC Deveshnapati has informed that after the completion of polling in both the phases of the 2018 assembly in Chhattisgarh, district officials / employees have to be trained at various level of counting of votes. Regarding the counting of votes in the context of Returning Officer, Returning Officer, Assistant Returning Officer, Vigilance Assistant Returning Officer and Assembly Level Master Trainers, in the context of organizing divisional level training organized on November 28, 2018, in the collectorate meeting Sarguja today. All concerned have been instructed to ensure that the training given in the said date and time is present.

 




Free health check-up camp on November 28


A day-long free health check camp organized in Mahadamund, 27 November 2018 / Department of Health and Family Welfare and Ward no. 27, Government Primary School, Goodrupara Mahasamund, under National Urban Health Mission organized on November 28, 2018, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Will be done. Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. S.B. Mangrulkar said that physiotherapy therapist will also provide services in the camp. He appealed to take advantage of being present in the maximum number of health checks.

 




Two lakh 55 thousand children were vaccinated for the Meges-Rubella Vaccination is also being done to children left


Mahasamund, 27 November 2018 / India is determined to eliminate measles and control rabella / congenital rubella syndrome (CRS) by 2020. In this direction, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, has decided to vacate all the children from 9 months to 15 years (class 10th) in phases by running Khasra-Rubella (MR) vaccination campaign in a phased manner. According to the microplan, the program is being operated smoothly. Two lakh 55 thousand 47, 81.29 percent children have been vaccinated from prescribed target three lakh 13 thousand 743 children, who have left the school after the session in the school and Oganbadi, all the community health centers, district hospitals O.P.D. excluding holidays every day In time Mizals rubella vaccination is being done. Under the chairmanship of Collector Himashikhar Gupta, the meeting was discussed in connection with the Mijdul-rubella vaccination campaign at the time-limit meeting in the collectorate council. Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. S.B. Mangrulkar was urged by the parents that Mijuls Rubella should vaccinate his children in these institutions for vaccination, so that vaccination can be done to ensure the child is vaccinated. The collector said that the Health Department, Education Department, Women and Child Development Department will make the program successful by establishing mutual harmony.

 




Training will be given to officers, employees engaged in counting work Instructions for continuous monitoring of Nodal officers in Paddy purchase centers of their respective areas Collector's meeting of the deadline


Mahasamund, 27 November 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta reviewed the time-bound papers taking a time-limit meeting in the meeting room of the District Office here today. He thanked all officials and staff for completing peaceful and systematic voting. He said that the counting of votes will be done on December 11, 2018 and the duty of officers and employees will be imposed. He said that 14-14 tables will be installed for each assembly. He said that the first training of officers and employees to be imposed duty in the counting of votes at the district level will be held on November 30 in the assembly hall of the district panchayat, in which all the calculation supervisors, counting assistant and appointed micro observers will be present. Returning Officer and Assistant Returning Officer will also be present. Second training will be organized for officers and employees engaged in the counting of votes on December 7, on 10th December counting of votes will be given training and guidance given to the observer.
It was informed in the meeting of the time-limit that the counting of votes will start from 8 am on December 11, in which first postal ballot paper will be calculated from 8 am to 8 pm. Counting of votes will begin with EVM machine from 8:30 a.m. The District Election Officer has delegated the responsibilities and responsibilities to the officers for making all kinds of initial and necessary preparations at the counting place. He said that the arrangement of cleanliness, fire brigade, ambulance in the counting enclosure area, each tehsil will be appointed one magistrate. There will also be adequate police force system. He said that introduction letter will be issued to officers and employees engaged in counting work. In addition, the introductory letter will be issued for the candidates for the counting agent.
In the time-limit meeting, the collector reviewed the work of purchasing paddy procurement for Kharif marketing year 2018-19 in the district. He told all the nodal officers appointed for the supervision of this work that he kept continuous observation of the Paddy procurement centers of their respective areas, also looked at the arrangements made there, physical verification of Vardhanan and Paddy procurement. He directed all the departmental officers and said that they have asked Tehsildars and NB Tehsildars to verify the Paddy procurement center, including the inspection and procurement of rice. Apart from this, the staff of the Food Department and the Mandi Committee also reviewed the purchase of paddy every day. With the discussion and review of the letters received from various commissions in the meeting, instruct them to be resolved. They also reviewed crop insurance along with crop insurance and gave necessary guidelines. In relation to immunization of measles and rubella, he said that for the children who have left the vaccination, the Chief Medical and Health Officer, for the education department and the women and child development department, coordinated the agreement with the school-wise list and coordinated the work of vaccination. On this occasion, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Mr. Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, Joint Collector Mr. Shiv Kumar Tiwari, Deputy District Election Officer BS. District level officials of all the departmental officers and various departments including Murmur were present.




Constitution Day observed in Bemetra, College of Agriculture and Research


Bemetra November 27, 2018 - Constitution Day was celebrated yesterday at Bemetra, the College of Agricultural and Research. In accordance with the decision of celebrating Constitution Day on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar by the Government of India, the proposal of the Constitution in the College of Education Bemetara was organized with reading of students and assistants. Dr. Ambedkar was the President of the draft constitution committee. Who completed 2 years 11 months and 18 days on 26th November, 1949, completed the constitution and dedicated the nation to the nation. The Constitution Day was celebrated for the first time from the year 2015 to 26 November by the Indian government and on 26th November the election was selected to spread the importance of the Constitution. To implement this concept, Dr. K. Bemetara, a farming college, H. C. Nanda, the oath-taking was organized by all the faculty members and all the students, speaking the significance of the Constitution. The program was taken in the program to read and implement the preamble of the Constitution. On this occasion, Dr.CR- Netam, Dr. Asit Kumar Pandey, Shri R. s. Lanziana, D.C. Bharti Baghel, Shrimati Kanti Banjare, Shri Kamal Narayan Kaushal, Dr. Priti Pankara, Mrs. Pratibha Sinha and other faculty members and staff were present.




Organized program on Constitution Day in Juvenile Justice Board


Bemetra November 27, 2018 - The program was organized in the Juvenile Justice Board Bemetra to commemorate the Constitution Day. Constitution Maker Dr. They were reminiscent of Bhimrao Ambedkar and the first President of the country, wreaths on the drawing pictures. Addressing the program, Nathal Kothari said that Dr. The country is being operated only by the Constitution constituted by Ambedkar. His foresight is that he created a Constitution for all sections of the country. Member Shri Nivedita Joshi said that the Constitution is paramount. The Constitution has been created in very good manner to uplift the proletariat, I salute them. Shri Vyom Srivastava highlighted his biography and the biography of the President and mentioned when it came into force. He said that after becoming a constitution there have been about 100 amendments. Thanksgiving was made by Om Prakash Chandrakar. On this occasion, Shri Dinesh Sharma, Mrs. Sunita Sharma, Smt. Mandakani Chabe, Ms. Mumtaz Ravani, Ms. Yishwari Valde, Ms. Hiteshwari Sahu, Shaista Parveen, Rameshwar Singh Patel, Surendra Sahu, Krishnakumar Chandrakar, Ravi Shrivastav, Raju Prasad Sharma, Pt Narayan Sharma etc. has been present

 




Collector meeting of nodal officers engaged in levy paddy procurement


Bemetra November 27, 2018- A joint meeting of the Nodal officers appointed at the level of food, marketing, district co-operative bank and procurement center was organized under the chairmanship of Collector Mahadev Kaware for review and effective implementation of the Paddy procurement in Kharif marketing year 2018-19. . In a meeting organized at the meeting room of the District Office, the collector instructed the nodal officers to perform physical verification of paddy and granules available in the procurement center on Saturday every week and said that strict action will be taken against any kind of negligence and disciplinary action in the paddy procurement. In the meeting, nodal officers were trained to make physical verification of paddy and rain water through mobile app. In the meeting, the officials of the Food Department promptly resolved the problems being faced by the nodal officers in the mobile application. Food officials said that during the last kharif season, two lakh 69 thousand metric tonnes of paddy was procured. The estimated target of procurement of paddy in the current season has been 4 lakh metric tons this year. Under the 54 cooperative societies in the district, the purchase of paddy through 86 rice production centers is in progress. The Collector took information from the Nodal officers of the District Cooperative Central Bank regarding payment to the farmers. Nodal Officer said that amount is transferred to the bank accounts of the farmers within two to three days according to the support price fixed by the government. Food officer Shri Bhupendra Mishra, District Marketing Officer Shri R. s. Nomadal officers appointed in all the Assistant Food Officers, Food Inspectors and Establishment Centers in addition to Mr. R.S. Kashyap, Nodal Officer of District Cooperative Central Bank were present.




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