Saturday, October 22, 2016

HAFED earns net profit of Rs. 38.06 crore

The Haryana State Cooperative Supply and Marketing Federation  (HAFED) has  earned   net profit of Rs. 38.06 crore after tax for the financial year 2015-16 whereas its   net profit after tax for the year 2014-15 was  Rs. 20.31 crore.
          While stating this today, Chairman, HAFED, Mr Harvinder Kalyan said that the Minister of State for Cooperation,  Mr Manish Grover  has decided that, the cooperative federations like HAFED and the Haryana Dairy Development Federation would work jointly to market their quality products   to the people. Also,  during the Golden Jubilee year of Haryana, the HAFED would focus on marketing of its products not only in Haryana, but also in other states of the country. 
          He said that the HAFED has  achieved a higher turnover of Rs. 8,780 crore during the year 2015-16 as compared to that of Rs.8,501 crore in the previous financial year.
          He said that the HAFED is the largest apex cooperative federation in the State. It came into existence on November 1st, 1966 with the formation of Haryana as a separate State. For the last 50 years, it has been playing a leading role in serving the farmers of the State as well as customers in India by providing hygienic and high quality agri-processed products like Kachhi Ghani Mustard Oil, Chakki Atta, Basmati Rice, Soybean oil and Sugar. Besides this it is also manufacturing and selling its cattle feed products to the farmers.

HSIIDC invites online applications from rural-unemployed youth

Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) has invited online applications from rural-unemployed youth and prospective entrepreneurs for allotment of industrial plots and sheds in Udhyog Kunjs located in districts of Gurugram, Jind, Bhiwani, Hisar and Sirsa. The last date for submission of applications complete in all respects and remitting application money is November 24, 2016.
        While stating this here today, a spokesman of the HSIIDC said that there are ten plots and one shed available for allotment in Alipur, district Gurugram and 18 plots and seven sheds in Shadipur Julana, district Jind.
Similarly, there are eight plots and ten sheds in Mundhal Khurd, district Bhiwani, 83 plots and two sheds in Chikenwas, district Hisar and 29 plots and ten sheds in Bhaudin, district Sirsa.
        He said that the allotment of plots and sheds would be made in order of priority to the unemployed or self-employed youth of the village that has made the land available for the purpose, for expansion of the existing tiny units by the existing allottees or for development of a skill development centre or facility by any person or entity, which would enhance the skills and employability of the rural youth of the area. In case sufficient number of applications are not available from the concerned village, the allotment would be made to applicants from within the Development Block where such Udhyog Kunjs are situated.
        The spokesman said that in case the response against advertisement is not satisfactory,the Committee would consider allotment of plots and sheds to any other rural unemployed or self-employed youths. If applications received for allotments are more than the advertised plots and sheds, the Committee would adopt e-auction for allotment. The applicants are required to submit a village sarpanch’s certificate alongwith their applications. Sarpanch’s certificate would clearly indicate the name of the village, block and district where the applicant is residing. He said that warehousing activities are permitted in plots and sheds. The decision of Allotment Committee for allotment of plots and sheds would be final and no appeal would lie against it. The plots and sheds would be allotted on “as is where is basis”, he added.
        He said that the applicants would have to register at e-governance portal of HSIIDC, fill online application form, upload requisite documents and remit prescribed application money as per prescribed procedure and submit the application. Complete details of offered plots and sheds with tentative size are available on website and webpage: In case any applicant desires any particular plot or shed, he may indicate the same in his application, he added.

Friday, October 21, 2016

Haryana Cabinet meeting on October 25

The Haryana Cabinet will meet under chairmanship of Chief Minister Manohar Lal at Committee Room, 4th Floor, Haryana Civil Secretariat on October 25at 11.00 A.M.
EX-GRACIA ENHANCED: The Haryana Government has enhanced the ex gratia grant being given to family members of police personnel who die in the line of duty from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 30 lakh. Besides, the accidental insurance cover of Rs 25 lakh being given to police personnel through HDFC Bank has also been increased to Rs 30 lakh.
        The Director General of Police (DGP), Dr. K.P. Singh, who was speaking at the state-level Police ‘Smriti Parade’ at Panchkula, near here, today, said that Haryana Police was fully prepared to tackle criminal elements.
        He also paid glowing tributes to martyr constable Raj Singh  of Haryana Police  and other martyrs of  Police and Paramilitary Forces.
ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR OP SINGH: The Haryana Government has ordered that O.P. Singh, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Hisar Range, Hisar would also be IGP, Modernisation with his additional charge, against vacancy.
 MEDICAL CLAIMS FOR EMERGENCY SUFFERERS: The Haryana Government has decided that   all those persons and their spouses, who have been identified as sufferers during the emergency imposed by the Congress government, would get the facility of   reimbursement of their medical claims on the pattern of employees of the State Government.
While stating this today, Health Minister, Mr Anil Vij said that a proposal to this effect has been approved by the Chief Minister, Mr Manohar  Lal.
Mr Vij said that   all such sufferers and their spouses would be identified in the state and Deputy Commissioner  concerned would issue them photo identity cards  as this incentive   would only be admissible to those having photo identity cards. The Deputy Commissioner  of the concerned district  would designate  such  an agency which would  receive the medical claims from eligible beneficiaries and get these reimbursed.
He said that for indoor treatment, full reimbursement would be allowed on the expenditure incurred for the treatment taken from the government hospital. He said that in case of approved private hospitals and for treatment  in private wards, the reimbursement would be allowed as per government rules. Besides, in case of un-approved private hospitals, the medical bill would be reimbursed on issuance of an emergency certificate by the Civil Surgeon of the concerned district.
The Minister said that in case of outdoor treatment, the reimbursement would be allowed from government and approved hospital subject to the condition that the person would obtain a chronic disease certificate from the concerned Civil Surgeon and bill would be worked out as per the instructions applicable to the hospitals as in case of indoor treatment.
ILLUMINATING GOVT BUILDINGS: the Haryana Government has decided to illuminate  all government office and heritage buildings of the State   from ‘sunset to sunrise’ for two weeks from October 24 to November 7, 2016 in view of Swarna Jayanti Celebrations of the State.While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that instructions have also been issued to  take adequate safety measures to ensure that no untoward incident occurs due to illuminations.
He said that a written communication to this effect has been sent to all Administrative Secretaries, Heads of Departments, Commissioners, Ambala, Hisar, Gurgaon and Rohtak Divisions, the Registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court, Deputy Commissioners, Managing Directors and Chief Administrators of all   Boards and Corporations and Registrars of all the Universities in the State to ensure strict compliance of these instructions.

Haryana Government transfers 9 IAS and 4 HCS officers

The Haryana Government has issued transfer and posting orders of nine IAS officers and four HCS officers with immediate effect.
        Rajni Sekhri Sibal, Additional Chief Secretary (ACS), Animal Husbandry and Dairying Department has given additional charge of Chairperson, Haryana Minerals Limited, New Delhi, relieving Anand Mohan Sharan of the said charge. She will also look after the work of Managing Director, Haryana Minerals Limited, New Delhi, in addition to her present duties, against a vacant post.
        Varinder Singh Kundu, ACS, Agriculture Department, has been posted as ACS, Tourism Department.
        Sumita Misra, Principal Secretary, Housing and Cultural Affairs Departments has been given additional charge of Principal Secretary, Archives and Archaelogy and Museums Departments, against vacant posts.
Abhilaksh Likhi, Principal Secretary, Tourism Department has been posted as Principal Secretary, Agriculture Department.
Pradeep Kasni, Director General and Secretary, Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Department goes as Managing Director, Haryana Land Reclamation Development Corporation vice Wazeer Singh Goyat.
Mohammed Shayin, Managing Director, Federation of Cooperative Sugar Mills Limited has been posted as Director and Special Secretary, Higher Education Department and State Project Director, State Higher Education Council (Ex-Officio) in Higher Education under NHEAB scheme vice Vikas Yadav. He would also be Managing Director, Federation of Cooperative Sugar Mills Limited.
        Wazeer Singh Goyat, Director and Special Secretary, Industries and Commerce, Managing Director, Haryana Scheduled Castes Development Corporation, Managing Director, Backward Classes and Economically Weaker Section Kalyan Nigam and Managing Director, Haryana Land Reclamation Development Corporation goes as Director and Special Secretary, Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Department vice Pradeep Kasni. He would also be Managing Director, Haryana Scheduled Castes Development Corportation and Managing Director, Backward Classes and Economically Weaker Section Kalyan Nigam.
        Vikas Yadav, Director and Special Secretary, Higher Education Department and State Project Director, State Higher Education Council (Ex-Officio) in Higher Education under NHEAB scheme has been posted as Registrar, Cooperative Societies vice Ashok Sangwan.
Ashok Sangwan, Registrar, Cooperative Societies and Advisor and Special Secretary, Civil Aviation Department, goes as Director and Special Secretary, Industries and Commerce Department vice Wazeer Singh Goyat. He would also be Advisor and Special Secretary, Civil Aviation Department.
        Among HCS officers, Ram Sarup Verma, Special Secretary, Irrgiation Department and Managing Director, HSMITC has been given additional charge of Administrator, HUDA (Headquarters), Panchkula relieving Hardeep Singh of the said charge.
Kulwant Kumar Kalson, Zonal Adminstrator, HSAMB, Hisar has been posted as Assistant Director, Consolidation of Holdings, Rohtak against a vacant post.
Manish Kumar Lohan, Estate Officer, HUDA, Panchkula has been posted as Deputy Secretary, Haryana Public Services Commission, against a vacant post.
Satish Kumar, Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil), Tohana, has been given additional charge of Zonal Administrator, HSAMB, Karnal relieving Varsha Khangwal of the said charge.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Four new sub-tehsils created in Gurugaon district

The Haryana Government has created four new sub-tehsils of Wazirabad, Badshahpur, Kadipur and Harsaru in district Gurgaon. These sub-tehsils have been created by varying the limits of the areas of tehsil Gurgaon and altering the number of sub-tehsils by excluding the area of sub-tehsils from tehsil Gurgaon.
            While stating this here today, a spokesman of Revenue and Disaster Management Department said that Wazirabad sub-tehsil comprises 33 villages namely Babupur, Dharmpur, Pawala Khusrupur, Mohammadheri, Daulatabad, Tikampur, Dhanwapur, Basai, Kadipur, Gadaulikhurd, Gadaulikalan, Khandsa, Mohammadpur Jharsa, Sinhi, Harsaru, Kherkimajra, Dhankaut, Gopalpur, Ghari Harsaru, Saad Rana, Hamirpur, Mewka, Wajirpur, Hayatpur, Dhorka, Budhera, Chandu, Makdaula, Bhangraula, Kankraula, Baans Hariya, Baans Kusla and Dhana.
            The 12 village of Badshahpur sub-tehsil would be Bajghera, Chauma, Saraialiwardi, Katarpuri, Dundahera, Maulahera, Gurgaon, Inayatpur, Hidayatpur Chawani, Sehroll, Sukhrali and Shahpur. Similarly, Kadipur sub-tehsil comprises 20 villages of   Nathupur, Sikandpur Ghosi, Chakkarpur, Silokara, Kanhai, Wajiradbad, Haidarpur Wiran, Gawalpahri, Balola, Ghata, Bandhwari, Behrampur, Ullawas, Kadarpur, Jhadsa, Bindapur, Samspur, Fatehpur, Adampur and Tigra.
            The 23 village of new sub-tehsil Harsaru included  Ghumaspur, Maidawas, Nangli Umarpur, Badshahpur, Aklempur, Islampur, Naharpur Rupa, Tikli, Behrampr, Begampur Khatola, Fazilpur Jhadsa, Ghasaula, Palara, Noorpur Jhadsa, Tikri, Gairatpur Bass, Narsinhpur, Kherki Daula, Rampur, Shikohpur, Darbaripur, Hasanpur and Sakatpur.

Guidelines for sale of fireworks in Haryana

With a view to preventing occurrence of any untoward incident on the occasion of Diwali festival, the Haryana Government has issued guidelines to be followed for sale of fireworks in the State.
          While giving this information here today, an official spokesman said that all the municipalities in the State have been asked to cancel leave of all fire officers and employees to ensure their presence. Also, they would ensure that all their fire tenders are in working order and have adequate quantity of fuel.   Senior Fire Station Officers of all the four Divisions in the State should inspect fire tenders. It should also be ensured that all the fire tenders   have insurance cover.
          He said that shops of fireworks should be set up in the open space and outside the city limits and the difference between the two shops should be at least three meters. Two buckets of sand and adequate quantity of water should be available in front of every shop. There should be strict compliance of fire safety measures.  Assistance of police, if required, should be sought   to prevent   any untoward incident, he added.
          The spokesman as per the provisions under Rule-84 of Explosive Rules 2008, the District Magistrate may issue temporary licenses for possession and sale of fireworks would be kept in a shed made of non-flammable material which is closed and secured so as to prevent access by unauthorized persons. The sheds to keep and sell fireworks should be at a distance of at least three meters from each other and 50 meters from any protected work. The sheds should not face each other. 
          He said that no oil burning lamps, gas lamps or naked lights should be used in the shed or within the safe distance of the sheds. Electrical lights, if used, should be fixed to the wall or ceiling and should not be suspended by flexible wire. Apart from this, switches for each shop should be fixed rigidly to the wall and a master switch should be provided for each row of sheds. He said that display of fireworks should not be allowed within 50 meters of any shed and in one cluster not more than 50 shops should be permitted.
          He said that a written communication to this effect has been sent to all the Commissioners of Municipal Corporations,   Deputy Commissioners, Executive Officers and Secretaries of Municipal Councils and Municipal Committees with instructions to ensure strict compliance of these instructions.

Retirement age of practicing doctors raised to 65

In a significant move to check the shortage of doctors in the State, the Haryana Government today decided to raise the retirement age of practicing doctors from 58 to 65 years. 
        This was stated by Haryana Health Minister Mr Anil Vij while talking to mediapersons after the Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal presided over a meeting here today in which this decision was taken. Mr Vij said that in doing so, the State Government has followed the vision of our Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi.
        Mr Vij said that it has also been decided that those doctors who were working on administrative posts, would retire at the age of 58 years, but would be able to continue to serve upto 65 years only if they opt to practice in any health institution of their choice. He said that it has also been decided to invite applications from those retired doctors who would like to re-join the service as a medical practitioner. They would be re-employed. He said that this measure would help in checking the shortage of doctors in the State.
DISTRIBUTION OF MOONG DAL: The Haryana Government has decided to distribute Moong Dal Chilka in two lots for the period of July-August and September-October 2016. 
        While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department said that the allocation for these months has been prepared on the basis of verified figures of ration card as per the latest report prepared by e-PDS Application, designed and developed by National Informatics Centre.
          He said that a total of 11,060 Metric Tonnes (MT) of Moong Dal Chilka has been allocated for a total of 11,06,088   ration cards of Central Below Poverty Line (CBPL), State Below Poverty Line (SBPL) and Antyodaya Anna Yojana (AAY) families in all districts of the State. The total allocation of Moong Dal Chilka included 716 MT for district Ambala, 810 MT for district Bhiwani, 619 MT for district Fatehabad, 494 MT for district Fatehabad, 351 MT for district Gurugram, 786 MT for district Hisar, 296 MT for district Jhajjar, 663 MT for district Jind, 582 MT for district Kaithal, 669 MT for district Karnal and 504 MT for district Kurukshetra. Similarly, 490 MT of Moong Dal Chilka has been allocated for district Mahendragarh, 390 MT for district Mewat, 359 MT for district Palwal, 109 MT for district Panchkula, 479 MT each for district Panipat and district Rewari, 429 MT for district Rohtak, 652 MT for district Sirsa, 547 MT for district Sonepat and 636 MT for district Yamunanagar.
          He said that all the District Food and Supplies Controllers have been directed to take care that the suppliers would have to supply the Moong Dal Chilka under Dal Roti Scheme for the month of July-August, 2016 and September-October, 2016 in two lots with a 15 days gap on completion of first lot.