Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Haryana to modify pay structure of certain categories of Govt employees

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The Haryana Government has decided to modify the pay structure of certain categories of government employees.
          As per a notification issued by the Finance Department, Senior and Junior Brail, Music, Science, Maths, General Teacher and Brail-cum-typing instructor in Social Justice and Empowerment Department (Government Blind School, Panipat) will now get grade pay of Rs 4600 instead of Rs 3600 in pay band-2, pay scale of Rs 9300-34800 with effect from January 1, 2006 (notional) and with effect from April 1,2010 (actual). Craft Sighted Teacher in the similar department will get grade pay of Rs 4200 instead of Rs 3600 in pay band-2, Rs 9300-34800 with effect from January 1, 2006 (notional) and with effect from April 1,2010 (actual).
Joint Controller Food Accounts in Food and Supplies Department will get grade pay of Rs 8000 in pay band-3, pay scale of Rs 13500-17250. Deputy Director (as a personal measure to the present incumbent Mr. O.P. Pasricha) in Treasuries and Accounts Department will get grade pay of Rs.6000 in pay band-3.
          Senior Town Planner in Town and Country Planning Department will get grade pay of Rs.8700 in pay band-4, Rs.37400-67000. Assistant Town Planner would get grade pay of Rs.5400 in pay band-3, Rs.15600-39100 at entry level. After five years of regular satisfactory service as ATP, they would be eligible to get grade pay of Rs.6000 in the same pay band and after 11 years of regular satisfactory service, Rs.7600 grade pay in same pay band would be admissible to them. It would be limited to 25 per cent of the total cadre posts in the categories of ATP, DTP and STP. After 17 years of regular satisfactory service after entry as ATP and limited to 20 per cent of the total cadre posts in the categories of ATP,DTP and STP, the revised pay band would be PB-4 (Rs 37400-67000) and revised grade pay of Rs 8700.

Admission in undergraduate and post-graduate courses in HAU

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The CCS Haryana Agricultural University (HAU), Hisar has invited applications from residents of Haryana for admission to various undergraduate and post-graduate courses for the academic
session 2011-12.
While stating this today, Registrar of the University, Dr. S.S. Dahiya said that the university would make admissions to various courses which included B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture, B. Sc.(Hons.) Home Science,
M.Sc. in Food Science and Technology, Bio-Informatics and Bio-Technology and Molecular Biology and Master's programmes in various disciplines in Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering, Home Science and Basic Sciences during academic session 2011-12.
He said that admissions would also be made in post-graduate diploma courses in Biotechnology, Industrial Microbiology, Human Nutrition and Dietetics, School Counseling, Communication Skills in English and
English-Hindi Translation.  Also, from the new academic session admissions to two new courses namely B.Sc (Hons.) Agriculture six year degree programme and B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science six year programme
after matric would also be made.
Dr. Dahiya said that the entrance test would be conducted only for B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture, M.Sc. in Food Science and Technology, Bio-Informatics and Bio-Technology and Molecular Biology courses on June 11 next, whereas admission to other courses would be made on the basis of merit obtained in the qualifying exam. However, admission to B. Tech (Agricultural Engineering), MBA (General) and MBA
(Agribusiness) would be made on the basis of merit of AIEEE and MAT respectively.
He further said that prospectus along with admission form have been put on sale from today which could be obtained by post from the Assistant Registrar (Academic), CCS HAU, Hisar.He said that for convenience of the candidates the prospectuses have also been made available at all Krishi Vigyan Kendras (KVKs) of the university in the state and main post offices at all district headquarters of Haryana, Kaul and Bawal. It could also be downloaded from website www.hau.ernet.in, he added.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Air Force Recruitment Rally at Rohtak

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
An Air Force Recruitment Rally for the youth of district Jhajjar to fill up the post of IAF(P), GTI and autotac trades of Group-Y (non technical) will be organised at the ground of Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak on May 5.
          While stating this today, Wing Commander, V.P. Singh said that the written and physical efficiency test of the candidates would be organised on May 5 after scrutinising their testimonials. The candidates should have passed 12th class with 50 per cent marks from district Jhajjar and they should also have residence certificate of district Jhajjar.

Monday, April 18, 2011

25 donate blood at SRS camp

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The 7th annual blood donation camp was organized by Sri Ram Sharnam here at its ashram near PGI, here and as many as 25 persons donated blood units.  This camp was organized in commemoration of the birth anniversary of Swami Satyanand ji Maharaj, the founder of Sri Ram Sharnam.
     According to a spokesperson of the Sri Ram Sharnam, 25 units of blood was colleted by the team headed by Dr. Usha Rao of Blood Bank PGI Chandigarh.
    On the occasion, Dr. Nidhi B Harjai, Consultant Speech Therapist and Audiologist also organized a free hearing and speech check up camp which was attended by nearly 200 persons.  She also gave medical tips and prescribed medicines to the persons suffering from hearing impairment and speech distortions.

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
St. Teresa Convent School, Sector-25 Panchkula celebrated Word Heritage Day today. On this day all the students from class IV to VIII participated in different competitions like, drawing, painting and debate. 
The theme of all the competitions was preserving and protecting one’s heritage. All the students participated enthusiastically and made this a wonderful day by their efforts.

HAU to conduct Radio Jockey course from May 1

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Extension Education Directorate of Ch. Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar will organise three-month certificate course on "Radio Jockey" from May 1.
          While stating this today, Dr.J.S.Dhankhar, Director Extension Education said that the course has been started in view of increasing demand for technical man power due to extension of FM and community radio stations in the country. The course would help the participants in making their carrier in media.
          Ch.Charan Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar was also setting   up community radio stations at its Krishi Vigyan Kendras where the youth so trained would be accorded priority, he added.
          Dr.Dhankhar said that the classes for the Radio Jockey certificate course would be conducted in the evening so that regular studies of the students might not be disturbed. A total of 20 students would be admitted in this course. The minimum educational qualifications for the course had been fixed 10 plus two, he added.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Baisakhi ushers in a spirit of merriment to Delhi Public School Pinjore

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Baisakhi-a festival, basically related to harvesting in the country,fills the lives of the farmers with mirth and joy.The farmers happiness spreads and engulfs the whole community .Good crops are a sign of prosperity and well being of the national life. These feelings and thoughts were expressed in a talk delivered by Shweta Verma in the morning assembly today.The speaker apprised the students that Khalsa Panth was also formed by the Sikh Guru Gobind Singh on the day of Baisakhi.
13th April also reminds us ,the Indians ,of the gruesome Jalianwala Bagh massacre which provided a stronger platform to the freedom struggle and strengthened the will to break the shackles of slavery.

Principal Samson Masih asked the children to respect the freedom that we all enjoy for it has been achieved at a great cost the lives and sacrifices made by our freedom fighters.He also urged the students to become responsible human beings so that the country will feel proud of them.

Friday, April 8, 2011

Eight teams for Industrial Cup Cricket in Gurgaon

by Haryananews (Balbir)
Orient Craft Limited, Minda Industries Ltd., Suave Automotive Corporation, Lumax Industries, Yatra On line, Karan Logistics, Paltech Cooling Towers & Equipments Ltd. and Dawar International P. Ltd. will compete in the Industrial Cup Six-A-SideCricket Tournament on April 10.  It will be a five -over each side match and every team will consist of six players, according to Gurgaon District Cricket Association general secretary Naresh Sharma. 
The matches will start at 8.00 a.m. and prize distribution would be held at 4.00 p.m. The tournament will be conducted on league basis Tournament would be played on LEAGE basis and every team will play minimum three matches. Man of the Match award will be given for
every match. 

Ambala and Jind set up title clash

by sportswire4u.blogspot.com (Balbir)
Ambala and Jind set up title clash as they meet in the final of the Haryana Inter-District and Ranking Tennis Tournament being held at the Ambala Tennis Academy here today.
In the semi-final matches, Ambala blanked Sirsa by 2-0 while Jind also recorded an identical 2-0 triumph over Panchkula.
 Earlier, in preliminary round matches, Ambala beat Karnal by 2-0 and  in first round ambala beat Karnal with 2-0. both player of ambala jaswinder and sahil jindal win their match easily. in other match Jind beat sonipat with 2-0. Jind defeated  Sonipat with 2-0.

DPS Pinjore celebrates World Health Day

by Haryananewswire4u.blogspot.com (Balbir)

The Simply Health Plus is doing a conscientious Job in Delhi Public School Pinjore.Besides the regular medical check ups and providing other medical facilities, the students are sensitized on various health related issues ,their prevention and cure by the doctors from time to time during the session. Taking this task further.
 Dr.Gurmeet gave an educative and informative talk in the Assembly on World Health day. She told the children that World Health Day is observed on April 7 to mark the WHOs funding to draw world wide attention to importance of global health each year. 
The World Health Organization organizes International, regional and local events on this day to highlight a particular theme every year. She urged the students of the school to participate whole heartedly, as they had done last year ,and spread the message of Healthy Living.
This years Theme Anti-microbial resistance and its global spread focuses on the need for Government and stakeholders to implement the policies and practices needed to prevent and counter the emergence of highly resistant micro organisms. 

Anti-microbial resistance threatens the continued effectiveness of many medicines used today to treat the sick .On the other hand this resistance jeopardizes important advances being made against major infections. WHO has also launched a world wide campaign to safeguard these medicines for the future generation. The doctor asked the children to be a part of this campaign directly or indirectly by----- Stopping self medication, Referring to a well qualified physician in case of any ailment, Getting proper examination and diagnoses done and also making necessary use of the medicine. The doctor concluded her talk with the following quote;
The health of an eye seems to demand a horizon. We are never tired, so long as we can see far enough.
The coordinator Dr. Kiran Prabhakar, on behalf of the principal thanked the speaker and wished everyone a healthy life.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Haryana Ranking Tennis Tournament in Ambala

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The Ambala District Tennis Association is organising tThe Haryana Ranking and Haryana Inter District Tennis Tournament at ALT Academy in Ambala  from April 8  to 10.
Competitions will be orgaised  for men and women and under-18 in the Haryana Ranking Tournamen. More than 60 entries have already been received from all over Hrayana.Kamal Dhariwal has been appointed tournament director.

Haryana Junior and Sub-Junior Chess

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The  XVI Haryana State Junior and Sub-Junior Chess Championship will be held at Rohtak from April 15 to 17. The meet is being organised by the the District Chess Association Rohtak under the aegis of the Haryana Chess Association, according to association general secretary Pradeep Gupta.
 Competitions will be held for  U-7, U-9, U-11, U-13, U-15 and U-19. The state team for forthcoming Nationals will be selected during the state meet.
According to association treasurer Naresh Sharma more than 40 players from Gurgaon are likely to participate in this event.

Friday, April 1, 2011

SRITE celebrates Nritya Bela 2011 with fanfare