Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Health services at the door in Gramin Bharat.

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Dr. M. S. Malik, IPS (Rtd.) President Jat Sabha Chandigarh, Akhil  Bhartiya Shaheed Samman Sanghrash Samiti and former Director General of Police, Haryana said that a special campaign to provide on the spot consultancy, super-specialty/free medical check-up camp particularly for the have-nots, senior citizens, dependants of war heroes, ex-servicemen, women and children residing in rural areas/semi-urban buckets has  been launched.
                He further said the necessity to organize the free medical check-ups in rural areas has since been found on account of government apathy towards rural health and lack of awareness in this regard amongst rural masses.  Figures of infant mortality are alarming as 17 lakh 26 thousand children die per annum within 5 years of their birth.  Similarly, nine lakh  children also die within a period of one month of their birth on account of lack of proper medical care.
                In addition, 56.4% women particularly  of the rural areas are reportedly found suffering from one disease or other on account of  non-availability of proper medical care.  At the same time, figures of heart ailments, cardiologic ailments, cancer, T.B. patients are also on the increase beyond proportion.  A state like Haryana  has the figures of more than one lakh registered cancer patients and more than 1.5 lac heart patients and double the number can be counted of T.B. patients.   
There is a shortage of 12000 specialized doctors in the hospitals and dispensaries in the nation and the budget on health services has been reduced  from 60% to 40%.  It is quite surprising that 80% expenditure on maintenance of person health is going to private hospitals and clinics which indicates total lack of medical facilities for the common man in rural India.  Similarly, 14.5% people die daily on account of the road accidents and 50% of such death occur due to non-availability of proper care and medical aid.
                The joint venture by the Jat Sabha Chandigarh,  Akhil Bhartiya Shaheed Samman Sanghrash Samiti and Bhai Surinder Singh Malik Memorial Education Society, Nidani, Distt. Jind (Haryana) to provide first class free medical check-up services has been launched.  More than 2 dozen doctors and 4 dozen technical staff/volunteers have already offered their services to provide free professional and technical services during this Campaign.  Similarly, pharmaceutical companies like Delco Pharmaceuticals Delhi/Bahadurgarh, Crystal pharmaceuticals Ambala City and M/s  Dallas Formulation Private Limited, Baddi (H.P) have already offered their services  for providing free prescribed medicines during the free medical check-up Camp.
          The first phase of the programme has already been launched in rural area of Jind.  OPD registration of the patients for the first of its kind mega free medical camp  being held at Bhai Surendar Singh Malik Memorial Girls Senior Secondary School, Nidani (Jind) on  July 3, 2011 has already commenced from w. e. f.  June 25, with the help and aid of Civil Hospital Jind. 
More than 3000 patients are likely to undergo the examination in the Camp.  Dr. H.K. Bali, MD (DM) CARD, Director Department of Cardiology, Fortis Hospital, Mohali will inaugurate the camp and Prof.(Dr.) Virendar Singh, MD, DM, Head of Department of Heptalogy, PGIMER Chandigarh will preside over the camp. Dental check-up and lab testing will be carried out by SGT Medical College New Delhi under the guidance of Dr. Umesh Lamba, Medical Superintendent of the College,  children check up will be looked by Dr. (Mrs.) Pratibha Singhi, head of Pediatrics Unit, PGIMER Chandigarh with  her team.   
Similarly, Dr. Kamla Singh and her team of doctors will take care of female patients.  Eye patients will be taken care of by Dr. Baba Lal Giri Bharat of Mela Kamalmochan (Yamunanagar) and his team with close association of  Kishan Lal Jalan Govt. Eye Hospital Bhiwani and District Blindness Treatment Samiti, Bhiwani. General OPD will be looked after by Dr. Raminder Singh, Dr. Veer Singh Malik from Gohana and Dr. (Col.) N.K. Bhatia from Chandigarh.  25 nurses students from Birendar Singh College of Nurses Uchana (Jind) will assist the doctors and physicians in the Camp.   Similarly, technical laboratory will be established by Sh. B. L. Sharma Director, S.P. Clinical laboratory Chandigarh and  Dr. Naresh Sharma, Director, Laboratory & X-Ray Centre Kaithal. 
                Dr. Malik further said that all the doctors and technical staff attending the Camp shall also be  honoured by Mrs. Krishna Malik, Chairperson, Ch. Bharat Singh Memorial Education Society, Nidani and also that of Bhai Surendar Singh Malik Memorial Medical Science & Education Samiti, Nidani.  At the same time, all the doctors will also be honoured by Jat Sabha Chandigarh and Akhil Bhartiya Shaheed Samman Sanghrash Samiti and nurses students and technical staff shall also be awarded social service merit certificates.                  

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Haryana Govt promotes eight IAS officers

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The Haryana Government today promoted eight IAS officers to the higher administrative grade of Rs 67000-79000 and issued their posting orders with immediate effect. They included Rajni Sekhri Sibal, Sanjeev Kaushal, V.S. Kundu, P.K. Das, Shashi Bala Gulati, R.R. Jowel and Dheera Khandelwal. Alok Nigam being on Central deputation has been given proforma promotion. The Government also issued transfer and posting orders of 19 other IAS officers with immediate effect.
          Rajni Sekhari Sibal has been posted as Director General, Haryana Institute of Public Administration (HIPA), Gurgaon, relieving P.K. Gupta of the said charge.
          Sanjeev Kaushal has been posted as Chairman and Managing Director, Haryana Power Generation Corporation Ltd.
          V.S. Kundu goes as Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Industrial Training Department, relieving S.S. Prasad of the said charge. P.K.Das goes as Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Science and Technology Department vice Manik B. Sonawane. Shashi Bala Gulati has been posted as Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Printing and Stationery and Archeology and Museums Departments against a vacant post.
          R.R.Jowel has been posted as Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Environment relieving Vijay Vardhan of the said charge.
          Dheera Khandelwal has been posted as Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Urban Local Bodies relieving K.K. Jalan of the said charge.
          The other 19 officers whose transfer and posting orders have also been issued included M. Kithan, awaiting orders of posting, goes as Managing Director, Haryana Dairy Development Corporation Federation Limited against a vacant post.
          Manik B.Sonawane, Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Science and Technology goes as such to Social Justice and Empowerment and Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes  Departments vice Dhanpat Singh.
          Maha Singh, Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Tourism Department goes as such to Forests and Wild Life Department, relieving Krishna Mohan of the said charge.
          Hardeep Kumar, Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Animal Husbandry and Dairying Department goes as such to Food and Supplies Department, in addition to his present assignment during the leave period of Navraj Sandhu.
          Dhanpat Singh, Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Social Justice and Empowerment and Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes  Departments goes as such to Tourism Department vice Maha Singh.
          Tarun Bajaj, awaiting order of posting, has been posted as Commissioner, Rohtak Division, Rohtak against a vacant post.
          T.V.S.N.Prasad, Chief Administrator, Haryana Agriculture Marketing Board, Panchkula has been posted as Special Secretary, Revenue and Disaster Management-II Department, Director, Consolidation of Holdings, Director, Land Records, Haryana, Special Collector (H.Q.) and Special L.A.O., Haryana, in addition to his present assignment during the training period of Pankaj Yadav.
          Mahavir Singh, Director and Special Secretary, Employment Department has been posted as Special Secretary, Finance Department against a vacant post and Special Secretary and Director, Employment in addition to his present duties.
          Sant Kumar, Director, Industrial Training and Secretary, office of Lokayukta, Haryana has been posted as Transport Commissioner and Special Secretary, Transport Department vice Balbir Singh and also Secretary, office of Lokayukta, Haryana.
          Vineet Garg, awaiting order of posting, has been posted as Director General and Special Secretary, Higher Education Department against a vacant post and Director General, Technical Education, Director and Special Secretary, Environment Department during the leave period of Avtar Singh.
            Balbir Singh Malik, Transport Commissioner, Haryana and Special Secretary, Transport Department has been posted as Director and Special Secretary, Urban Local Bodies Department and Project Director, Swaran Jayanti Shehri Rozgar Yojna and State Urban Development Society, Haryana against a vacant post.
            Rakesh Gupta, awaiting order of posting, goes as Joint Secretary, Health Department and Mission Director, National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) and Commissioner, Food and Drugs Administration, Haryana against a vacant post.
          Pradeep Kasni, Joint Secretary, Home-II Department, Joint Commissioner, Gurudwara Elections, Haryana and Joint Secretary, Animal Husbandry Department has been posted as Director, Industrial Training, Haryana vice   Sant Kumar.
          Amit Kumar Agrawal, Deputy Commissioner, Hisar and Commissioner, M.C., Hisar goes as Deputy Commissioner, Jind, in addition to his present assignments during the training period of Abhe Singh Yadav.
          Phool Chand Meena, Deputy Commissioner, Gurgaon and Chief Administrator, Shree Mata Sheetla Devi Shrine Board, Gurgaon has been posted as Deputy Commissioner, Mewat at Nuh and Chief Executive Officer, Mewat Development Agency, Nuh, in addition to his present assignments during the training period of Balraj Singh.
          A.Sreenivas, Administrator, HUDA, Faridabad goes as Deputy Commissioner, Faridabad, in addition to his present assignment during the training period of Praveen Kumar.
            Mandip Singh Brar, State Project Director, Prathmic Shiksha Pariyojna Parishad and Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan goes as Director and Deputy Secretary, Primary Education, in addition to his present assignments vice Vinay Singh.
          Ashok Kumar Meena, Additional Deputy Commissioner-cum-Chief Executive Officer, District Rural Development Agency, Fatehabad goes as Deputy Commissioner, Fatehabad, in addition to his present assignment during the training period of Vijay Singh Dahiya. Vinay Singh, Director and Deputy Secretary, Primary Education, goes as Deputy Secretary, Home-II Department, Joint Commissioner, Gurudwara Elections, Haryana and Deputy Secretary, Animal Husbandry Department vice Pradeep Kasni.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Election of panches and sarpanches declared

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)

The Haryana State Election Commission has notified the names of those persons, who have been elected to the offices of Panches, Sarpanches, Members Panchayat Samitis and Zila Parishad during the Panchayat Bye-elections held in June, 2011. They shall hold the office for the un-expired period of the term for which the persons in whose places they have been elected, would have otherwise continued in their offices.
          In district Ambala, those elected to hold the post of Panch included Geeta Rani, Ward No.4, Gram Panchayat Niharsi, Harjeet Kaur, Ward No.5 (BC), Gram Panchayat Udaipur and Gurmeet Kaur, Ward No.4 (SC-W), Gram Panchayat, Bhura Majra, Gurdev Kaur, Ward No.2, Gram Panchayat, Chota Baroula, all in block Ambala-I. In Saha block, Ram Kumar and Mamta (SC) have been elected as Panch for Ward No.12 and 13 in Gram Panchayat, Pilkhani and Kharu Khera respectively. Similarly, in Barara block, Shanti Devi and Suman have been elected as Panchayat for Ward No.5 and 6 for Gram Panchayat, Budio and Mullana. In Shahzadpur block, those elected include Jaswinder Kaur, Angrejo Devi and Mange Ram (SC) for Ward No. 5, 6 and 5 for Gram Panchayat, Kakar Majra, Kakar Majra and Jangu Majra respectively.
          In district Bhiwani, those elected Panch included Ravinder, Ward No.8, Gram Panchayat, Juibichli in block Kairu. In Tosham block, Sona Devi (SC), Ward No.4, Gram Panchayat, Bajina. In Behal block, Munesh Devi and Sushila for Ward No.8 and 4 for Gram Panchayat, Patwan and Gokalpura. In Loharu block, Shakuntla for Ward No.6, Gram Panchayat, Dhani Dhola. In Badhra block, Rajkumar, Ward No.3 (SC), Gram Panchayat, Jewli, Manju Devi, Ward No.8, Gram Panchayat, Berla, Sanjay Kumar (BC), Ward No.2, Gram Panchayat, Kari Tokha, Deviram (BC), Ward No.3, Gram Panchayat, Rambass, Wajir Singh, Ward No.6, Gram Panchayat, Gopi. In case of Dadri-1, Dhanpati of Ward No.2, Gram Panchayat, Tikan Kalan. In Dadri-II block, those elected included Om Pati, Ganga Devi, Ran Singh, Krishna Devi, Kalawati and Sunita of Ward No.10, 6, 8, 6, 5 and 9 in Gram Panchayat, Atela Khurd, Norangabass Rajputan, Ghikhara, Narsingwas (W), Balkara and Rasiwas.
          Similarly, in case of district Fatehabad, block Jakhal, those elected Panch included Jalla, Ward No.8, Gram Panchayat, Jakhal (SC), Ranjeet Kaur, Ward No.1, Gram Panchayat, Amani, block Tohana (SC-W). In Bhuna block, Bhateri Devi, Ward No.5, Gram Panchayat, Dhani Sanchla. In Fatehabad block, Jinka Devi, Surender Kumar and Palo in Ward No.2, 8 and 3 in Gram Panchayat, M.P. Rohi-I (W), Barseen and Bighar (SC).
          In Gurgaon district, Charan Singh has been elected as Sarpanch for Gram Panchayat, Taj Nagar in block F. Nagar. Santra Devi has been elected as Panch, Ward No.5, Gram Panchayat, Rathiwas (BC) in block Pataudi.
          In Hisar district, Patel Kumar and Roshni Devi have been elected as Panch, Ward No.1 and 6 respectively for Gram Panchayat, Bhodia Bishnoian and Mothsara. In Agroha block, for Kirmara Gram Panchayat, Ramesh Kumar has been elected as Sarpanch. In Agroha block, Shish Pal has been elected as Panch, Gram Panchayat, Kanoh (SC). In Barwala block, Bobali and Dimpal have been elected as Panch for Gram Panchayat, Bobua (W) and Dhiktana. In block Hansi-I, for Gram Panchayat, Mamanpura, Bimla has been elected as Sarpanch. Those elected as Panch included Santosh, Narayani, Kuldeep Kumar and Baru Ram for Gram Panchayat, Sultanpur, Kaimri, Niyana and Ladwa. In case of Hisar-2 block, Rajpal has been elected as Sarpanch (SC) for Gram Panchayat, Jakhod Khera. Those elected Panch included Surender and Azad Singh (SC) for Gram Panchayat, Balsamand and Patan respectively. In Uklana block, Kanto (SC) has been elected as Panch for Gram Panchayat, Surewala.
          In district Jhajjar, block Salhawas, Satbir (BC) has been elected as Member, Panchayat Samiti. Those elected Panch included Dharmender, Gram Panchayat, Mubarakpur, Bhagwani (W), Gram Panchayat, Sarola, Ram Rati (SC), Gram Panchayat, Kanwha, Sandeep, Gram Panchayat, Bithla. In Matanhail block, Omli (W), Vedo (W), Chand Ram have been elected as Panch for Gram Panchayat, Birohar. Ashok Kumar has been elected as Panch, Gram Panchayat, Chadwana, Krishna, Vidya Devi and Pawan Devi for Gram Panchayat, Goria, Sunderheti and Khera Thru. In Beri block, Ramhet has been elected as Panch for Gram Panchayat, Chimni. In Bahadurgarh block, those elected Panch include Ramesh, Rajender, Satbir Singh, Savitri, Ashok Kumar, Nirmala Devi, Krishan and Indrawati for Gram Panchayats, Ballaur, Daboda Kalan, M.P. Majra, Rewari Khera, Shahpur Malik, Sarai Aurangabad (W) , Jakhoda and Noona Majra (W).
          In district Jind, block Narwana, Sonam (BC) has been elected as Member, Panchayat Samiti, whereas Rajbir and Jaipal have been elected as Sarpanch of Gram Panchayat, Dhabi Tek Singh, block Narwana and Sudkain Kalan, block Uchana. In block Jind, those elected Panch included Bani Singh and Sukhdev Singh for Gram Panchayat, Sangatpur and Pala Ram for Gram Panchayat, Radhana. In Julana block, Gram Panchayat, Kamach Khera, Om Prabha has been elected as Panch (BC). In block Pillukhera, Satish (BC) has been elected as Panch in Gram Panchayat, Bania Khera. In Uchana block, Bhateheri, Ramdiya, Jagpal (SC) have been elected as Panch for Gram Panchayats, Lodhar, Jheel and Kheri Masania. In Narwana block, Raj Kumar has been elected as Panch for Gram Panchayat, Danoda Khurd. In Narwana block, Gram Panchayat, Rewar, Krishna has been elected as Panch.
          In district Kaithal, block Guhla, Mehtab Singh has been elected as Panch for Gram Panchayat Peedal, In Rajound block, Subhash and Sanjeev have been elected as Panch for Gram Panchayats of Kasan and Songal. In Kalayat block those elected Panch are  Krishna (SCW),Anguri (SC) and Bohti (W)for Gram Panchayats of Dundwa,Dubbal and Balu Gadra.In Siwan block, Gurmukh has been elected as Panch for Gram Panchayat Gobindpura.In Kaithal block those elected as Panch are Bhardo Devi (SC), Bakhwinder Singh, Naresh Kumar and Rakesh Kumar for Gram Panchayats, Narar, Pobala, Magho Majri, Dillon Wall. Suresh Kumar has been elected as Member, Panchayat Samiti.
          In Karnal district, Jasmeri Devi has been elected as Sarpanch, Gram Panchayat, Chogawan (W) in block Indri. Those elected Panch in the district are Phoolo Devi, Ishwar Kaur (SC), block Gharaunda and Gram Panchayats, Dadlana and Dera Sanjay Nagar. In Nilokheri block, those elected Panch include Phoolpati Devi, Reshma Devi, Pargat Singh, Naresh Kumar, Ompati, Rajvinder Kaur and Mamchand for Gram Panchayats, Samanbahu (SC), Arjaheri (SCW), Borsham, Galibhkheri (BC), Haibatpur (SCW), Bairsal, Bir Badalwa (BC). In Nissing block, Shimla (W) and Daljeet Kaur have been elected as Panch for Gram Panchayat, Aougond and Peont. In Indri block, Sarbati Devi and Jasmeri Devi have been elected as Panch and Sarpanch respectively for Gram Panchayats, Chhaprian and Chogawan (W). In Karnal block, Vinod Kumar has been elected as Panch for Gram Panchayat, Mainmati.
          In Kurukshetra district, Shahabad block, those elected Panch included Niru (W), Preetam Singh, Jaswinder Singh and Suresho Devi (SC) for Gram Panchayats, Yara, Chammu Kalan, Chanarthal and Sulkhani. In Thanesar block, Balkar Singh, Rekha Devi and Shyamo Devi (SC) have been elected as Panch, Gram Panchayats, Barna, Chanderbhanpura and Durala respectively. In Ladwa block, for Gram Panchayat, Kheri Dabdalan (SC), Kuldeep Singh has been elected as Panch.
          In mahendragarh district, Savitri and Rekha have been elected as Sarpanch for Gram Panchayat, Jatwas, block Mahendragarh and Gram Panchayat, Gehli, block Narnaul. Those elected Panch included Om Parkash and Mainka, Gram Panchayats, Neerpur and Atali (SCW), block Ateli Nangal. Gopal and Mukesh have been elected as Panch, Gram Panchayat, Majra Khurd and Malra Sarai in block Mahendragarh. Birender Singh and Kela Devi have been elected as Panch for Gram Panchayat, Bewal (BC) and Chelawas (SC) in block Kanina. Chiriya has been elected as Panch for Gram Panchayat, Napla (SCW), block Narnaul. Kishturi has been elected as Panch, Gram Panchayat, Nangal Dargu, block Nangal Chaudhary.
          In district Palwal, those elected Panch included Jaipal, Inderjeet, Harisingh and Murti for Gram Panchayats, Agwanpur (SCW), Dungarpur, Hudithal (BC) and Pingor (SC). In district Panchkula, Poonam Devi has been elected as Panch, Gram Panchayat, Sahapur (SC), block Barwala. In district Panipat, those elected Panch include Randeep, Satyawan, Saroj, Hasim and Sharfi for Gram Panchayats, Sewah, Pathri, Seharmalpur, Behrampur and Garhi Bhalor. In district Rewari, those elected Panch include Rohtash, Sheela, Jaswanti, Sona and Krishna Devi for Gram Panchayats, Jalalpur, Kanhori, Kanhori, Tehna Depalpur (W) and Saharanwas (W). In district Rohtak, those elected Panch included Santosh Devi, Balwan, Bala, Ram Kumar, Ishwanti and Sushil for Gram Panchayats, Rithal Phougat (BC), Katwara (SC), Kiloi Dopana, Lahli, Bhaini Mato and Madina Gindhran respectively.
          In district Sirsa, Balvir Singh has been elected as Member, Zila Parishad (SC). Roshani Devi has been elected as Member, Panchayat Samiti (SCW). Those elected Panch included Jaspreet Kaur, Puja Rani, Parkash Kaur, Malkit Singh and Baljeet Kaur for Gram Panchayats, Alikan (SC), Musli (SCW), Allanoor urf Nanakpur (W), Patli Dabar and Shahpur Begu (SC) respectively.
          In district Sonepat, those elected Panch are Bijender, Geeta, Devender, Ompati, Rampayari, Virender, Kelo and Babita for Gram Panchayats, Mohana (BC), Gopalpur Rajanpana (W), Turakpur (BC), Khewra, Sewali, Bichpari, Shamri Buran (W) and Mundlana respectively. Similarly, in district Yamuna Nagar, the elected Panches are Dilshad, Ranjeet Kaur, Sublesh, Brijesh Rani and Ramesh Kumar for Gram Panchayats, Prabholi, block Bilaspur, Shahpur-302 (W), block Bilaspur, Lahoriwala (BC), block Chhachhrauli, Unheri (W), block Radaur, Jhanda (BC), block Sadhaura (BC). Karnailo Devi has been elected as Sarpanch, Gram Panchayat, Mansoorpur, block Mustafabad.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Virat Sawrup of Lord Krishna at Brahmsarovar

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
A huge statue depicting  Lord Krishna's 'Virat Sawrup' will be installed at Brahmsarovar complex  in holy town of Kurukshetra at a cost of Rs six crore to attract pilgrims.
  A decision to this effect was taken in the 78th meeting of the Kurukshetra Development Board held under the chairmanship of Haryana Governor  Jagannath Pahadia here today. Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda was also present in the meeting.
   A decision to double the annual plan budget of Kurukshetra Development Board from Rs 2.5 crore to Rs 5 crore  was also taken in the meeting.  The budget of Geeta Jyanti Utsav organized every year had also been increased from Rs 30 lakh to Rs one crore. Also, it was approved to prepare a documentary to highlight the significance of Kurukshetra and the places of pilgrimages spread over an area of 48 kos around holy town of Kurukshetra.
  It was also decided to give pension to the employees of the Board on the pattern of government employees. Similarly, the condition to collaborate with the development of Jyotisar pilgrimage had been removed in the lease deed signed with the Tirumala Tirupati Devsathanam Trust for the construction of Bhagwan Venketshwar Temple.
Finance Minister  Harmohinder Singh Chatha urged for paying special attention to the development of Pehowa in the meeting. To this he was assured by the Chief Minister, Mr Hooda  that special emphasis would be laid on its development. Mr Hooda also added that there would not be any dearth of funds for the development of the sacred town of Kurukshetra.
   Earlier, Mr Pahadia said that the efforts of the State Government had yielded encouraging results and Kurukshetra had emerged on the tourism map of the world. The places of pilgrimage developed and restored around Kurukshetra included Som Tirth Pandu-Pindara, Lokodwar Tirth Lodhar, Kapilmuni Tirth Kalayat, Rinmochan Tirth and Rasina. He appreciated the concern of Mr Hooda for developing Kurukshetra.
   It was informed  that out of Rs eight crore sanctioned to the Board for the restoration and development works, a sum of Rs two crore had already been released.
 Others present on the occasion included MLA Ashok Arora, the Chief Secretary, Mrs Urvashi Gulati, Vice Chancellor of Kurukshetra University, Retd. Lt General, Dr D. D. S. Sandhu, Secretary to  Governor and Member Secretary, Kurukshetra Development Board, Mr  Mahendra Kumar and Chairman Guljari Lal Nanda Foundation, Mr D. P. Upadhya.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Applications invited for Civil Judges in Haryana

by Haryananewswire  (Balbir)
The Haryana Public Service Commission has invited applications from eligible candidates for 80 posts of Civil Judge (Junior Division) in the Haryana Civil Service (Judicial branch).
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Commission said that out of the total posts, 20 posts were reserved for members belonging to Scheduled Castes of Haryana, seven each for Backward Classes and Ex-Servicemen of Haryana and six for Physically Handicapped persons of Haryana.
          The candidates could submit their applications to the Commission by July 20 and those living in remote areas by July 27. For more information regarding age, educational qualification and reservation, the candidates could log on to, he added.

Monday, June 20, 2011

PRO job very challenging: Shiv Raman Gaur

by Haryananewswire(Balbir)
The job of Public Relations Officers is very challenging and they should keep their knowledge and information up-to-date and perform their duties with dedication so as to maintain their creditability at any cost.           
          This was stated by Mr. Shiv Raman Gaur, Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Haryana and Director, Information, Public Relations and Cultural Affairs Department while addressing the officers after inaugurating a five-day training course for the newly appointed Assistant Information and Public Relations Officers (AIPROs) at Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.
          The training course has been organized jointly by the institute of Public Relations and Media Technology, Kurukshetra University and Information, Public Relations and Cultural Affairs Department, Haryana. During the course, newly appointed AIPROs would be acquainted with the nature and functions of the department.          
          He described Press as the Fourth Estate of democracy and said that it plays an important role in opinion building. The scope of print and electronic media had expanded to a great extent over the last ten years and the Public Relations Officers should set an ideal example by maintaining cordial relations with the media persons in such a scenario.          The Public Relations Officers should exercise restraint even in odd circumstances and provide latest information regarding the policies and the programmes of the State Government to the media, he added.         
          Speaking on the occasion, senior journalist Mr. Ajit Rai said that Public Relations Officers were greatest patriots as they not only propagate the schemes and programmes of the Government, but also benefit crores of people by providing vital information to them. The Information and Public Relations Department, Haryana is the leading department in the country which is serving the society by discharging its duty honestly and dedicatedly.         
          Welcoming Mr. Shiv Raman Gaur, Director, Institute of Public Relations and Media Technology, Dr. Rajbir said that the institute was focusing on training and research along with studies.

Friday, June 17, 2011

Army recruitment result for APS Hisar on June 21

by (Balbir)
The result of the written test for the recruitment in the Army conducted at Army Public School, Military Station, Hisar on May 29 will be declared June 21.
          While stating this today, a spokesman of the Army said that the written test was conducted for the candidates for the post of Soldier General Duty and Soldier Technical.

MDU MBA ectrance exams on June 18

by (Balbir)
Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak is all set to hold the MBA Entrance examination on June 18.
           While stating this today, MDU Controller of Examinations (CoE), Dr. B.S. Sindhu said that the entrance examination for admission to MBA 5-year course would be held from 11 a.m. to 12.15 p.m. and the MBA 2-year course from 2.30 p.m. to 3.45 p.m. on June 18.
           All the candidates had been issued admit cards and these were also available on the University website- In case of non-receipt of roll numbers, candidates might contact R-I Branch (01262-266454) of the University.
           He said that the University was making all necessary arrangements for smooth conduct of LL.B. Entrance Examination on June 21. Admit cards for the test had already been dispatched to the candidates.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

HIT Dept to constitue committees for admissions in ITIs

by (Balbir)
With a view to ensure maximum enrollment of students in Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) during academic session 2011-12, Haryana Industrial Training Department has decided to constitute committees in all ITIs in the state.
While stating this today, Haryana Education Minister, Mrs. Geeta Bhukkal, who also hold the portfolio of Industrial Training Department, said that these committees would be constituted before June 21, 2011 so that students could not face any difficulty during admission process.
The Minister said that Principals of ITIs would serve as Chairperson or Coordinator of the committee for admission in main ITIs at district level. Vice Principals would act as Member Secretary and two senior principals of other ITIs in the district would be Members of the committee. Any official in whose name serious complaint was registered during last year, would not be engaged in admission process.
For admission in Women ITIs, Principal or Headmistress of concerned ITI would be Chairperson of the committee. Senior Headmistress or Group Instructor would act as Member and office Deputy Superintendent or Assistant or Clerk would be Member Secretary of the committee. Similarly, for admission to advance module, Principal or Incharge Group Instructor of concerned ITI would be Chairperson, Vice Principal or Group Instructor as Member and office Superintendent or Deputy Superintendent or Assistant or senior most Clerk would serve as Member Secretary of the committee.
Mrs. Bhukkal said that as many as 1396 government ITIs were being upgraded under public private partnership to start new courses. The Institute Management Committee could allow admission to 20 per cent seats in these institutes at their own level. Out of total sanctioned seats in ITI Sahalawas, district Jhajjar, 10 per cent seats would have to be kept reserve for migrated families whose land was acquired for setting up of Thermal Power Plant at Jharli by Adani Power Corporation Private Limited.

Monday, June 13, 2011

Army to organise open recruitment rally

by (Balbir)

Army Recruiting Office, Ambala Cantonment will organise an open recruitment rally for enrolment as  Soldier General Duty, Soldier Clerk, Store Keeper, Soldier Technical, Soldier Nursing Assistant and Havildar Education at Tejli Sports Stadium, Yamunanagar from June 22 to July 3,2011.
          While stating this today, a spokesman of Army Recruiting Office said that recruiting rally for the post of Havildar Education for the youth of Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and UT Chandigarh would be organised on June 22. Soldiers General Duty would be recruited from June 23 to June 27. The youth of district Yamunanagar and Panchkula (except Sikh and Sikh Mazhbi and Ramdasia) could take part in the rally on June 23 and those of Ambala and Chandigarh (except Sikh and Sikh Mazhbi and Ramdasia) on June 24, whereas recruiting rally for the youth of district Kaithal (except Sikh and Sikh Mazhbi and Ramdasia) would be organised on June 25 and for those of Kurukshetra and Karnal (except Sikh and Sikh Mazhbi and Ramdasia) on June 26.
          The Sikh and Sikh Mazhbi and Ramdasia of district Ambala, Karnal, Kaithal, Kurukshetra, Yamunanagar, Panchkula and Chandigarh would be covered on June 27, he added.
          He said that the youth of all castes hailing from district Yamunanagar, Karnal and Kaithal would be recruited for the post of Soldier Clerk or Store Keeper on June 28 and those of Ambala, Kurukshetra, Chandigarh and Panchkula on June 29. The recruitment to the post of Soldier Technical and Soldier Nursing Assistant for the youth of Ambala, Karnal, Kaithal, Kurukshetra, Yamunanagar, Panchkula and Chandigarh would be held on June 30.
          The aspirants would have to undergo several stages of selection process conducted by different boards of officers headed by an officer of the rank of Colonel. After passing through document check, physical fitness test and physical measurement test, the candidates would have to undergo medical examination which would be conducted at the rally ground itself. A written test for those candidates who clear medical examination would be held on August 28 for Soldier General Duty, Soldier Clerk or Store Keeper and on October 30  for Soldier Technical and Soldier Nursing Assistant  at Army Public School, Ambala Cantt., he added.

Friday, June 3, 2011

10 HAU students awarded JR Fellowship

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Ten students of College of Agriculture, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar have been awarded Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) by Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR).
          While stating this today, Prof.  Sucheta Khokhar said that Dean  Ranveen Singh, Kamal Prakash Meena, Durgesh Kumar, Rohitash Kumar, Todar Mal, Arvind Gupta, Mukul Gupta, Jailal Gayakwar, Sandeep Yadav and Kiran Swami  had qualified  the JRF examination 2010-11 conducted by ICAR at all India level.
          She said that Ranveen Singh got 6th rank at All India level in general category, whereas Kamal Prakash Meena got 28th position in general category and 1st rank in S.C. category in the field of Agronomy.  Likewise, Mr. Durgesh got 16th rank in Horticulture, Mr. Arvind Gupta got 30th rank in Plant Biotechnology and Mr. Sandeep Kumar secured 43rd rank in Agricultural Economics.
          Prof. Khokhar congratulated these students and motivated them to continue this spirit to achieve further success in life.
          Notably, this is the second big success of students of College of Agriculture in recent past. Earlier, 58 passing graduates (42 of Hisar Campus and 16 of Kaul Campus) have got placement in Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC) as Agriculture Officers.

Thursday, June 2, 2011

AIFF invites 42 for WC Qualifiers camp

 by (Balbir)
The All India Football Federation has invited  42 players for the preparatory camp for India’s World Cup Qualifier against UAE. The camp will begin in Delhi from June 15.
 India are slated to play UAE (away-match) on July 23 and then in Delhi (home-match) on July 28.
 List of probables:
 Goalkeepers: Subrata Pal (Pune FC), Jagroop Singh (Indian Arrows), Sandip Nandy (Kingfisher East Bengal), Karanjit Singh (Salgaocar), Laxmikant Kattimani (Dempo SC).
 Defenders: Gourmangi Singh, Denzel Franco, Robert Lalthlamuana, Rowilson Rodrigues (all Churchill Brothers); Thokchom Naoba Singh, Gurwinder Singh (both Kingfisher East Bengal); Raju Eknath Gaikwad (Indian Arrows), Khangembam Singh (Salgaocar), Valleriano Rebello, Debabrata Roy, Sameer Naik, Mahesh Gawli (all Dempo SC); Mohanraj, Rakesh Masih (both McDowell Mohun Bagan).
 Midfielders: Mehtab Hossain, Syed Rahim Nabi, Harmanjot Khabra (all Kingfisher East Bengal); Steven Dias (Churchill Brothers); Jewel Raja Sheikh, Khan Gembam Jibon Singh, Shilton D’Silva, Lalrindika Ralte (all Indian Arrows); Gilbert Oliviera, Francis Fernandes, Anthony Barbosa, Rocus Lamare, Baldeep Singh (all Salgaocar SC); Peter Carvalho, Climax Lawrence, Clifford Miranda (all Dempo SC); Xavier Vijay Kumar (HAL).
 Forwards: Sunil Chhetri (Chirag United), Jeje Lalpekhlua (Indian Arrows), Joaquim Abranches (Dempo SC), CS Sabeeth, Anil Kumar (both Viva Kerala); Sushil Kumar Singh (Kingfisher East Bengal).
 In addition to the above, goalkeeper Arindam Bhattacharya and midfielder Anthony Pereira will also be a part of the camp as part of their ongoing rehabilitation process.
 The footballers who are a part of India’s Olympic campaign against Qatar will be joining the camp after June 23.

DAV Surajpur Class X students excel in Tricity

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)

As many as 13 students of DAV School, Surajpur,  obtained 10 points in the result of Central Board of Secondary Education  Class X  result which was declared on Thursday. It is highest numbers in Tricity. Our 30 students got 9 points in CGPA, and  21 students gets 8  points in CGPA
 DAV School  students gained top position in Tricity and among all DAV Schools. School gained 100 per cent result.
Students who got  10 points in CGPA are:  Yashika Wadhwa, Ramneet Kaur, Rashi Chinani, Richa Batish, Shreya Sood, Swati Sharma, Shubham Bora, Anmol Bansal, Subham Sharma, Kashish Arora, Sandeep Chaudhary, Shelly Dhupar and Tushar Jassal.
Principal R.P. Anand congratulated the students, staff and parents for the magnificent result. He said by the hard work of teachers and students our school got top position in Tricity.

MDU introducing new M Sc (Genomics) course

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
A new course M.Sc. (Genomics) has been started in the Geology Department of Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak from the academic session 2011-12.
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the University said that the nomenclature of M.Sc.(Medical Lab Technology) conducted by MDU had been changed as M.Sc.(Clinical Bio Chemistry) and that of M.Sc.(Fermentation and Microbial Technology) as M.Sc.(Microbial Bio Technology).
          He said that admission notice for all the courses conducted by the Geology Department of the University had already been issued. These courses would be conducted under choice based credit system from the next academic session. The courses available in the Geology Department of MDU included M.Sc.(Genetics) and M.Sc.(Forensic Science) in Genetics Department, M.Sc. in Bio Chemistry and Clinical Bio Chemistry in Bio Chemistry Department, M.Sc. in Environmental Science and Environmental Bio Technology in Environmental Sciences Department, M.Sc.(Food Technology) in Food Technology Department, M.Sc.(Zoology and Genomics) in Micro Biology Department, M.Sc.(Botany) in Botany Department, M.Sc. in Micro Biology and Microbial Bio Technology in Micro Biology Department and M.Sc. in Bio Technology, Medical Bio Technology, Agriculture Bio Technology and Bio Informatics in Centre for Bio Technology Department.
          Applications for admission to these courses could be submitted by June 14. The prospectus and admission brochures were available at University website
 NO LATE FEE FOR SUBMITTING APPLICATION FORMS: Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak has decided not to charge late fee for submitting application forms for admission to LL.B.-5 year and 3-year courses upto the extended date of June 6.

          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the University said that the decision not to charge late fee had been taken on the request of the students. It may be mentioned that the University administration has extended the date for submitting admission applications upto June 6 with late fee of Rs 1000.

OPEN ONE-DAY CAREER COUNSELLING: Institute of Hotel and Tourism Management (IHTM) and English and Foreign Language Department of Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak will organise Open Day Career Counseling on June 4.
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the University said that the students and guardians intending to seek information regarding postgraduate, undergraduate and diploma courses of Hotel and Tourism Management could contact from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 10+2 pass students seeking information regarding 5-year Integrated M.A.(Hons.) English Course from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
          The Professors of the concerned Department would be available for giving career guidance to the students.

MA/MSc (MATH) EXAMS: The practical examination of M.A./M.Sc.(Math course) of the Directorate of Distance Education of Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak will be conducted on June 8.
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the University said that the practical examination of MM 404-Programming in C and C++ paper of M.A./M.Sc.(Previous) and that of MM 503-Programming in C paper of M.A./M.Sc. Final(old) would be conducted at 9 a.m. on June 8.