Friday, April 24, 2015

Shivalik and Mewat area teachers to get special allowance

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that in order to overcome the shortage of teachers in areas like Shivalik and Mewat, the state government is considering to give special allowance to teachers posted there so that they dont take their posting as burden and rather teach students with full dedication.
The Chief Minister was presiding over a meeting with various unions of government teachers regarding quality improvement in education held at Haryana Niwas here today. The Education Minister, Mr. Ram Bilas Sharma and Additional Chief Secretary, Education, Mr. Vijai Vardhan, Principal Secretary, Mr. T.C. Gupta and other senior officers were also present there.
He said that the state government is working in the direction of to involving teachers less to less in the non-teaching works. He said that there should be grading system for teachers too and good teachers should focus more on weak students. The Chief Minister gave assurance that he would sympathetically consider the demands put forth by teachersunions.
Speaking on the occasion, the Education Minister, Mr Ram Bilas Sharma said that the present state government has taken the initiative of preparing value based environment in government schools and for this, Yoga and Gita were being incorporated in school syllabus. He said that the administrative demands of the Department would be approved on priority basis.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Yog Guru Ram Dev plans to open 10,000 yog centres

Yog Guru Swami Ram Dev today said that he would make efforts to open as many as 10,000 Yog Training centres in the State within next two years with the assistance of State Government so as to impart yog training to the youth.
He was speaking at a felicitation function organized to honour him for becoming the brand ambassador of Haryana to promote Yoga and Ayurveda in the State at Moti Lal Nehru School of Sports, Rai in district Sonipat today.  
Swami Ram Dev described Haryana as ‘ Hari Ki Bhumi’ and said that it is the same land where lord Krishna has given his celestial message of Bhagwad Gita about 5000 years ago. Similarly, from the same land, the message of Yoga and Ayurveda would resound in the whole world today. Haryana would get a new recognition in the World for Yoga and Ayurveda, he added.
While lauding the announcement of Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal to open Vyayam Shalas and Yog Shalas in all about 6500 villages in the State, Swami Ram Dev said that he would make efforts to open as many as 10,000 Yog Training Centres in the State within next two years with the assistance of State Government so as to impart training to the youth.
He reminded that in the ancient times Nalanda and Takshashila were famous for imparting education to about 10,000 students. But we would bring out a new edition of Nalanda and Takshashila in the form of Patanjali Yogpeeth and Acharyakulam where more than one lakh student would get Vedic education. With this, the people from entire world would come to see this place, he added. Swami Ram Dev said that the Patanjali Yogpeeth is the largest Yog Centre in world and added that a Yogpeeth and Acharyakulam would be opened in Haryana which would be much bigger than Patanjali Yogpeeth.
Swami Ram Dev thanked the Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal for making him the Brand Ambassador of Haryana. He assured the Chief Minister that he would work selflessly by rising above any honour and reproach so as to maintain the glory of Rishi Munis (Saints) in the State, country and abroad.
He said that it was a matter of pride that the first Acharyakulam in Haridwar was inaugurated by Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi and first Acharyakulam in Haryana is being started by Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal today. He said that besides modern education in computers and science, Vedic education would also be imparted in Acharyakulam. Swami Ram Dev also thanked Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi for their efforts at political level to get due recognition to Yoga world over. It was the result of his relentless efforts that 177 countries in UNO has acknowledged Yoga and decided to observe June 21 as World Yog Day. He said that Mr Modi emerged as a nationalist leader who advocated for Vedic Education besides modern education.
          He said that medicine ‘Putrajivak’ is the name of a herbal medicine which is meant to treat the problem of infertility among the female and it has nothing to do with boy or girl gender. This medicine has been prescribed by the doctors of Indian Systems of Medicine, he added.

18,75,558 lakh mt wheat arrives in Haryana mandis

 In Haryana, the wheat arrival in mandis is picking up and so far over 18,75,558 lakh metric tonnes of wheat has arrived in mandis.
          While giving information on this, a spokesman of the Food and Supplies Department said that out of the total wheat arrival, purchase of 18,75,458 lakh metric tonnes of wheat by government procuring agencies and 100 metric tonnes of wheat was purchased by traders.
         Giving details of the wheat purchased by the Government agencies, he said that over 8.17 lakh metric tonnes of wheat had been purchased by Hafed, whereas Food and Supplies Department had purchased 5.65 lakh metric tonnes. Haryana Agro Industries Corporation over 1.74 lakh metric tonnes, Haryana Warehousing Corporation over 3.12 lakh metric tonnes and Confed 5,800 metric tonnes of wheat was purchased.
        While giving information on wheat arrival, he said that district Karnal was leading in wheat arrival where over 2.74 lakh metric tonnes of wheat had arrived in the mandis, followed by district Kaithal, where over 2.53 lakh metric tonnes of wheat had arrived in the mandis. Similarly, district Jind had recorded an arrival of over 1.74 lakh metric tonnes, district Kurukshetra over 1.66 lakh metric tonnes, district Sirsa over 1.39 lakh metric tonnes, district Sonipat over 1.30 lakh metric tonnes, district Panipat over 1.12 lakh metric tonnes, district Fatehabad 95,270 metric tonnes, district Ambala 88,891 metric tonnes, district Bhiwani 88,111 metric tonnes, district Hisar 82,396 metric tonnes, district Rohtak 62,825 metric tonnes, district Yamunanagar 50,744 metric tonnes, district Jhajjar 40,776 metric tonnes, district Gurgaon 25,779 metric tonnes, district Narnaul 20,833 metric tonnes, district Faridabad 19,071 metric tonnes, district Palwal 14,236 metric tonnes, district Rewari 13,961 metric tonnes, district Panchkula 11,649 metric tonnes and district Mewat 9,566 metric tonnes.

CCS HAU begins admission process

Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar has begun its admission process from today. The university has invited on-line applications for admission to different Under Graduate (UG) and Post Graduate (PG) courses. Also, it has announced the schedule of entrance examination for these courses.
          In 2015-16 academic session, the university will admit students to four and six-year B.Sc. (Hons.) agriculture, four and six-year B.Sc. (Hons.) home science and M.Sc. programmes in the disciplines of agriculture, agricultural engineering, basic sciences and home science.  Besides, the university will also admit students in Post Graduate diploma courses in human nutrition and dietetics, communication skills in English, English-Hindi translation and remote sensing and geophysical information system application in agriculture and environment.
          Stating this today, the Registrar, Dr. M. S. Dahiya said that the on-line application form and downloadable prospectus were available on university website and However, for six-year B.Sc. (Hons) agriculture and home science programmes, the candidates could also apply off-line instead of on-line.
          He said the entrance exam for four-year B.Sc. (Hons) agriculture and M.Sc. programmes in food science and technology, bioinformatics, molecular biology and biotechnology, plant physiology, microbiology, zoology, chemistry and biochemistry would be held on June 27. Similarly, for six-year B.Sc. (Hons) agriculture and different M.Sc. agriculture courses, the entrance exam would be conducted on June 13. In rest of the UG and PG courses, the candidates would be admitted on the basis of merit in the qualifying examination.
          He said that admission in B.Tech (agricultural engineering), MBA (general) and MBA (agribusiness) would be made by Haryana State Counseling Society (HSCS) on the basis of merit of AIEEE and CMAT respectively as per policy of Haryana government.

Regular recruitment in next six months: CM

The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, has said that in the next six months, regular recruitments would be done in the Police and other departments. He was speaking after laying the foundation stone of the first Acharyakulam being set up in the village of Dikadala near Samalkha, today.
            He assured the people that development in Haryana would pick up pace in the days to come. The education sector needs special attention and the state government is taking concrete steps in this direction. Since cultural values are equally important, Acharyakulam would help impart students education and cultural values together.
            The stone-laying ceremony of Acharyakulam, an institution based on traditional and modern education, was also attended by Patanjali Yogpeeth founder and Brand Ambassador of Haryana for Yoga and Ayurveda, Swami Ramdev, the Education Minister, Mr Ram Bilas Sharma, the Finance Minister, Capt. Abhimanyu, the Health Minister, Mr Anil Vij, MP Mr Ashwini Chopra, and Acharya Balkrishan.
            Referring to the losses suffered by the farmers due to the untimely rains, the Chief Minister reiterated that every grain would be procured by the state government. Directions have been issued to pay the farmers compensation for their damaged crops within one month of girdawari. “In this moment of sorrow of farmers, the whole state government is with and behind them”, he said.
          Speaking on the occasion, Mr Anil Vij said that education imparted through Acharyakulam would align children with Indian civilization and culture. The state government has taken the decision to set up Yogshalas in about 6,500 villages. Rules will be framed to ensure that the first period in government and private schools would be of Yoga. Herbal forest would come up in Morni Hills where as many as 25,000 saplings of different varieties would be planted, he added.
          The Education Minister said that Acharyakulam had raised hopes of revival of cultured education. The state government is finding ways to impart cultural education besides general education.
          Capt Abhimanyu said it was a matter of happiness that Yoga Guru Swami Ramdev had initiated the move to launch Acharaykulam from Haryana.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Haryana Govt nominates non-official members of DPRG committees

The Haryana Government has nominated non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committees of Ambala, Fatehabad, Gurgaon, Hisar, Jhajjar, Jind, Kaithal, Mahendragarh, Mewat, Panchkula, Panipat, Palwal, Rohak, Sirsa and Yamunanagar with immediate effect.
Naveen Sharma, Lala Mamchand, Naresh Aggarwal, Ashwani Aggarwal, Nita Khera, Lakhi Singh Rana, Ram Kumar Parashar, Lalit Chaudhary, Som Parkash Chopra, Avdhesh Kumar Pandey, Ram Rattan Garg, Chander Mohan Fauji, Pavitra Bajwa, Ramesh Singla, Jagmohan Kumar Lal, Ramvir Chauhan, Naresh Chauhan, Pawan Gupta, Balwant Singh Langarchhanni, Satish Mehta, Ramesh Pal, Arun Bhan, Ms Namrata Gaur, Sushil Aggarwal and Sanjay Sharma have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Ambala.
Bharat Bhushan Middha, Ramesh Kumar Mehta, Sardari Lal Sharma, Vinod Jagga, Ved Phoola, Baldev Singh Groha, Harmesh Sharma, Sunita Duggal, Swatantra Bala Chaudhary, Rajpal Beniwal, Parveen Kumar Zora, Satpal Jindal, Joginder Pal Lekha, Ved Parkash Jangra, Mohan Lal Gajuwala, Ramraj Mehta, Dr. Atam Parkash Mehta and Om Parkash have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Fatehabad.
Dr Sudha Yadav, Sudesh Yadav, Gargi Kakkar, Satya Parkash Kashyap, G. L. Sharma, Rashtra Dahiya, D. C. Yadav, Manish Yadav, Sanjay Bhasin, Bhupender Chauhan, Kulbhushan Bhardwaj, Anil Yadav, Tilak Raj Malhotra, Narendra Pahadi, Pradeep Valmiki, Manish Gadauli, Anil Gandas, Annu Yadav, Samay Singh Bhati, S. P. Zarawata, Ram Kumar Gupta, Mahendra Yadav, Dr. Chander Singh, Satbir Khatana, Vijender, Suraj Pal Ammu, Parminder Kataria, Virender Yadav, Kamal Yadav and Mahesh Chauhan have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Gurgaon.
Ravi Saini, Rajender Lamba, Jyoti Bainda, Sriniwas Goyal, Mandeep Malik, Karan Singh Ranolia, Dr Yogesh Bidani, Ashok Kannojia, Parveen Jain, Ajay Sindhu, Satya Pal Sharma, Sujit Kumar, Surender Punia, Master Hari Singh, Suresh Goyal, Seema Gaibipur, Mahabir Jangra, Prof. Chhatrapal, Naresh Nain, Ramphal Bura, Krishan Lal Rinwa, Rajesh Thukral, Mahabir Sharma, Kapur Singh Beniwal, Jaipal Baundaheri, Jage Ram, Subhash Khundia and Pawan Khariya have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Hisar.
Dinesh Shastri, Vinod Yadav, Satbir Guliya, Anand Sagar, Sunita Chauhan, Anil Matanhail, Kanta Devi, Dr Bablu alias Dharmender, Dariyav Singh Rajaura, Rajender Sharma, Ravi Bhan Rathi, Dr Kiran Kalkal, Vikram Kadiyan, Rajpal Sharma, Bijender Dalal, Mahesh Kumar, Kanwar Singh Malhan, Dinesh Goyal, Ashok Gupta, Krishan Yadav and Kamlesh Attri have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Jhajjar.
Om Parkash Pahal, Prof. Shakuntala Raj, Om Parkash Sharma, Sriniwas Verma, Haridas Saini, Jawahar Saini, Om Parkash Nain, Sajjan Garg, Pooja Sharma, Raju Mor, Sita Ram Bagri, Swami Raghavanand, Ramphal Sharma, Vandana Sharma, Sanjeev, Santosh Danoda, Surender Barwala, Liladhar Mittal, Pramod Kaushik, Amarpal Rana, Richh Pal Sharma, Zora Singh, Sandeep Sandhu, Mahavir Goyal, Jitender Chahal, Dharmender Singh and Suresh Kaushik have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Jind.
Rajpal Tanwar, Virender Chhaut, Satish Sharma, Randhir Golan, Ashok Kumar Gurjar, Subhash Hajwana, Mukhtyar Sakra, Banarsi Das, Dharam Pal Sharma, Rao Surender Singh, Sawai Ram, Suresh Ravish, Arun Saraf, Jaswant Pathania, Sanjay Bhardwaj, Rakesh Rana, Uday Gaura, Ishwar Naina, Kulwant Singh, Dhirender Singh, Harpal Singh Cheeka, Jai Parkash, Amrik Singh Nambardar, Jagir Singh, Rocky Mittal, Ravi Bhushan Garg, Shyam Sunder, Darshan, Dharam Pal Rana, Naresh Tanwar and Jasbir Singh have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Kaithal.
Kanwar Singh Yadav, Vijay Pal Sangwan, Rajender Yadav, Gobind Bhardwaj, Satyavart Shastri, Ajit Singh Yadav, Shiv Kumar Mehta, Rao Ram Singh Yadav, Manish Mittal, Prithvi Raj Yadav, Thakur Dalu Singh, Sawai Singh Rathod, Sudhir Diwan, Suresh Sharma, Babu Lal, Om Parkash Rawat, Sarla Yadav, Hukam Kaur, Rakesh Sharma, Karam Bir Bihali, Raj Kumar Kaninwal, Sumer Singh Yadav and Radha Ballabh have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Mahendragarh.
Ram Avtar Singla, Bhani Ram Mangla, Aurangzeb, Dr. Mahender Garg, Sanjay Singh, Iqbal Zaildar, Alam Mundal, Harkesh Singh, Raj Kumar Garg, Tipar Chand Garg, Gopal Patel, Naresh Partap Singh, Narender Patel, Zahid Hussain, Tek Chand Saini, Sunil Jindal, Kamal Master, Veer Pal, Yogesh Tanwar and Munish have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Mewat.
Vishal Seth, Kanwar Sen Singla, Varinder Garg, Shyam Lal Bansal, Rekha Sharma, B. B. Singal, Ajay Mittal, Deepak Sharma, Vijay Kalia, Virender Rana, Sanjeev Kaushal and Ajay Sharma have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Panchkula.
Gajender Saluja, Pramod Vij, Dr. Manohar Lal, Sunil Soni, Devender Dutta, Lokesh Nagru, Dr. Surender Tuteja, Dr. Rajbir Arya, Dharam Pal Jaglan, Satpal Matlauda, Shashi Kant Kaushik, Kuldeep Kaushik, Shiv Kumar Jain, Vinod Chhokar, Ajmer Malik, Mukesh Jaglan, Anil Bajaj, Rajpal Harijan, Surender Verma, Mange Ram Haldana, Ram Mehar Malik, Mona Sharma, Sanjay Bhatia, Ravinder Bhatia, Niti Sen Bhatia, Ramesh Malik, Raghu Nath Tanwar Kashyap, Satyawan Shera, Ram Mehar and Rajesh have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Panipat.
Girraj Singh Dagar, Chander Bhan Gupta, Ganga Lal Goyal, Jawahar Sorot, Sanjay Bhardwaj, Mukesh Singla, Jagmohan Goyal, Jai Singh Chauhan, L. D. Verma, Gaurav Gautam, Ch. Harsh Kumar, Ram Ratan, Daya Rani Durgesh Chhabra, Durgesh Chhabra, Mamta Chauhan, Mehar Chand Gahlot, Bhup Ram, Jagpal Mandot, Tayub Hussain, Balbir, Bijender Singh Chant, Rajesh Tewatia, Pt. Dharam Chand, Master Ramji Lal and Sanjay Gujjar have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Palwal.
Ramesh Bhatia, Jai Narayan Khundia, Raj Bala Chahal, Ajay Bansal, Pradeep Jain, Ramesh Balhara, Ramesh Sehgal, Surender Bansal, Somdev Sharma, Pratibha Suman, Manmohan Goyal, Ram Avtar Valmiki, Dharambir Hooda, Shamsher Kharkada, Rajbir Arya, Prakash Ahuja, Ram Narayan Saini, Charanjit Ehlabadi, Subhash Dang, Om Parkash Bagri, Kanwal Saini, Ms Kanta Alariya, Satish Hooda, Manish Sharma, Raj Rani Sharma and Satbir have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Rohak.
Amir Chand Mehta, Pradeep Ratusariya, Renu Sharma, Ratan Lal Bamnia, Shish Pal Kamboj, Gurdev Singh Rahi, Dev Kumar Sharma, Pawan Beniwal, Sunita Setia, Rajender Deshujodha, Jagdish Nehra, Satish Jagga, Balwan Jangra, Yatinder Singh, Bed Beniwal, Vijay Wadhwa and Rohtash Jangra have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Sirsa.
Sumat Jain, Jaswinder Amli, Mahipal Sandhay, Ved Goyal, Dataram, Mahender Khadri, Rameshwar Chauhan, Banshi Lal Saini, Ashok Mehendiratta, Madan Chauhan, Pradeep Aggarwal, Karnesh Sharma, Harsh Sharma, Pawan Bittu, Rishipal Dayohali, Brahmapal Sharma, Naseem Khan Daulatpur, Jagdish Babbar, Bharat Bhushan Juyal, Rakesh Tyagi, Rosy Malik Anand, Uma Sharma and Sangeeta Singal have been nominated as non-official members of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee, Yamunanagar.

Monday, April 13, 2015

Haryana Govt promotes nine assistants

The Haryana Government has promoted nine Assistants of Haryana Civil Secretariat as officiating Deputy Superintendents with effect from the date they assume the charge of new assignment.
        Those who have been promoted include Raj Kumari, General Services-III Branch; Hawa Singh Sheoran, B and R (Estt-II) Branch; Hari Krishan, Publicity Branch; Basu Dev, Irrigation (Works) Branch; Bijender Singh, Labour Branch; Ranbir Singh Chauhan, CM’s Cell; Sunita Kumari, Power Branch; Gajender Singh Yadav, CM’s Secretariat and Ved Parkash, Town and Country Planning Branch.