Sunday, March 25, 2012

Chandigarh part of Haryana, claims Chief Minister Hooda

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today said that Chandigarh is part of Haryana and many big Congress leaders of the state have struggled for long for Chandigarh. Also, the people of the state like Chandigarh as the capital of Haryana.
             The Chief Minister was interacting with media persons after redressing the grievances of the people in Rohtak today. 
He said that along with agriculture the state has witnessed tremendous industrial development. He said that the state government is promoting its policy of  industrialization. Like the Maruti Suzuki Company, many other such big companies would set up their units in Haryana.
 With car buyers shifting their focus to diesel, India’s largest car maker Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) would invest Rs 1,700 crore to set up a new diesel engine plant at its Gurgaon complex that would become operational by mid 2013. It has also decided to pump in another Rs 900 crore at its upcoming Research and Development centre (R and D) at Rohtak. 
            Mr Hooda said that today, Haryana has become the first choice of many national and international companies for industrial investment. Many big industrial houses including Suzuki, Asian Paints, Maruti, Hero Honda, Footwear Design and Development Institute, Hitech Plast and Sabarkantha Dairy have shown interest in the State.
            In reply to a question he said that the Land Acquisition Policy of Haryana has become a role model for the entire country. Along with land compensation, attractive royalty given every year is also a big facility provided to the land owners. He said that the people view land acquisition in rural areas of Haryana as a means of  progress. Residents of many villages have expressed their gratitude, he added.  
A number of people including Sarpanches and villagers who were led by Mr Jaideep Singh Dhankhar, expressed their gratitude to Mr Hooda for approving the proposal of the Suzuki company to set up its manufacturing facility for two wheelers in Rohtak. They said that with the setting up of this plant, the economy of the area would get a big boost.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Medical camp for Army veterans in Bhiwani

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
 A medical camp for  veterans of Indian Army will be organized  at Bapora in district Bhiwani  on March 27 and 28,2012.
While stating this today, a spokes person of Indian Army said that the camp would bne organized under the  aegis of Hisar Military Station and about  3000 veterans of the region would be benefitted by this welfare measure. The theme of the medical camp is “Swasth Sareer Sukhmay Jewan”.  Screening facilities of anaemia, diabetes, surgical ailments, gynaecological problems, paediatrics, eye and skin disorders will be available at the camp in addition to the state of art Operation Theatre on wheels. 
The camp will also have facilities for health checkup of families of local serving soldiers as well as veterans and their dependants. A health exhibition showcasing awareness on health issues will form part of the event.  Civil populace will also benefit from this initiative as the civil administration will be incorporating their medical resources and staff for the camp. 
            On the sidelines of the camp, multifarious welfare initiatives to include Pension Adalats, information dissemination by Army Welfare Housing Organisation (AWHO) and Resettlement Directorate as also felicitation of Veer Naris of the region would also be undertaken.  A grand equipment display showcasing the might of the Indian Army will also be organised to motivate local youth to join the Army.

Anubhuti, a tribute to Swami Vivekanand

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
A blend of music, dance and drama was presented during ‘Gaiety 2012’, the  prize distribution and cultural programme of St. Vivekanand Millennium School, Pinjore on first day of annual function at Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Auditorium, HMT Township Pinjore.
 It was based upon the theme “Youth – A call for Arise Awake and Know Your Strength”, depicting the inherent energy and power of today’s youth. On the first day, Nalini  Mimani, HES, DEO, Panchkula was the chief guest whereas Anita Anand, DEEO, Panchkula was the guest of honour. 
The other distinguished dignitaries present were M.M.Rai Punj, chairman, Punj Education Society, New Delhi, Karan Singh, Ex-Dy.DEO,  Yuvraj, Manager, St.Vivekanand Senior Secondary School, Delhi. The guests were given a traditional welcome. Later, the Chief Guest appreciated the work displayed by the students in the exhibition. The Bagpiper Band of the school was played as a mark of salute to the guests.
The programme began with the customary lighting of the lamp and floral tribute to Swami Vivekanand by the chief guest.  Piyush Punj, School Principal extended a formal welcome. The programme commenced in accordance to our rich cultural tradition with the blessings of the Almighty through Ganesh Vandana. The students presented an exhilarating variety programme comprising of various dances, thought provoking short plays, group song etc. The performances of budding artists of primary were power-packed and thrilling.
‘Anubhuti‘ by K.G. kids was a tribute to Swami Vivekanand with a very humble prayer, ‘Teri panah mein hume rakhna’. ‘Aavesh’ depicted the anger of youth which brings pain to others and oneself but if conserved can be channelized and used for the growth of country. Senior students stressed on ‘Save Water’  whereas ‘Robotic Dance’ showed the advancement in technology. ‘Yoga’ emphasized on physical fitness for the youth to shoulder the responsibility in country’s progress. The spotlight show which brought tears to the eyes of everybody present was ‘Istritav’ wherein the children saluted mothers for their unconditional love and affection and thus pledged to reciprocate their love by doing good to them. It also epitomized the new avatar of liberated 21st century Indian women. Annual Report was read out by school Head Girl, Nidhi  and Head Boy, Hushan Kumar  highlighting the performances and achievements in different spheres of education during the session.
The chief guest lauded efforts of the school for the multifaceted grooming and holistic development of young minds under its care.The musical clinic in the form of Grand Finale refreshed the spectators when the whole school danced together. The function concluded with Vote of Thanks by A.R. Sharma, President, SMC to those who had come from far and near to make this programme a great success followed by National Anthem. 

Monday, March 19, 2012

HSCST announces Essay Writing resultds

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
 Haryana State Council for Science and Technology (HSCST) has announced the winners of State Science Essay Writing Competition for the year 2011-12 held recently at Panchkula.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of HSCST said that Mr Traun Kumar Dhamija, B. Pharmacy IIIrd Year student of Jan Nayak Ch. Devi Lal Vidyapeeth (JCDM) College of Pharmacy, Sirsa bagged first prize of Rs 9,000, Ms Garima Jain, B.Tech, IInd Semester student of Technological Institute of Textile and Sciences (T.I.T and S), Bhiwani and Ms Pratibha Sangwan,  B.Sc. IIIrd student of Janta Vidya Mandir Ganpat Rai Rasiwasia (J.V.M.G.R.R) College, Charkhi Dadri, Bhiwani got second and third prize of Rs 7,000 and Rs 5,000 respectively.
He said that Ms Yashpreet Kaur, B.Sc., IIIrd (Medical) Government National College, Sirsa, Ms Priya Rana, IInd Semester, T.I.T and S, Bhiwani, Ms Shilvee, B.Sc. (Non Medical) Ist Year of Seth Navrang Rai Lohia Jairam Girls College (S.N.R.L.J), Lohar Majra, Kurukshetra, Nisha Khatri Rani, B.Sc.IIIrd year of Vaish Arya Kanya Mahavidyalaya,Bhadurgarh (Jhajjar), Mr Sunil Aggrawal, B.Sc IIIrd of J.V.M.G.R.R College, Charkhi Dadri, Bhiwani, Ms Jyotsna Pathak, B.Sc. IIIrd (Non Medical). of Aggrawal College, Ballabhgarh (Faridabad), Mr Sumit Bansal, B.Sc IIIrd (Computer Science) of Aggrawal College, Ballabhgarh (Faridabad), Mr Nishant Bamba, B.Sc. IIIrd (Non Medical) of Mata Raj Kaur Institute of Engineering and Technology, Saharanwas (District Rewari), Ms Divya Gupta, B.Sc. IIIrd  (Non Medical) of Government College, Naraingarh (Ambala) and Ms Sonam Singh, B.Sc. IIIrd (Computer Science) of Saraswati Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Palwal, had been selected for the consolation prizes of Rs 3,000 each.

Haryana to fill up 473 posts of physically handicapped

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
 Haryana Staff Selection Commission will fill up 473 posts of physically handicapped by the end of this year as these have already been advertised.
This was informed in a meeting chaired by Haryana Chief Secretary, Mrs Urvashi Gulati here today regarding filling up of backlog of physically handicapped in the services of the Government, Public Sector Undertakings and Universities.
It was informed that out of these 473 posts, interview for 65 posts had already been conducted. The maximum number of these posts were of Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam where  228 Assistant Linemen and 25 Lower Division Clerk would be recruited, followed by 29 posts of Patwari in  Directorate of Land Records, 23 Junior Engineer of Irrigation, 18 Canal Patwari of office of Engineer–in-Chief, Irrigation, 17 staff MPHW (Male) of Health (Malaria), 13 staff nurses of Health Services and 10 inspectors of Transport Department. These posts would be filled up by year end.
Mrs Gulati said that   instructions were issued from time to time to all the departments to clear the backlog of vacancies for posts reserved for the physically challenged persons in consonance with section 33 of the Persons with Disability   (Equal Opportunities, protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act 1995. The State Government was serious to clear the backlog of posts for physically challenged for group A to D posts in all the departments. The departments were directed to mark out the backlog of such vacancies and send the requisition to Haryana Public Service Commission and Haryana Staff Selection Commission on priority basis.         The recruiting agencies were also directed to fill these posts by launching special campaigns and fairs and recommend candidates as early as possible. Under the Act, at least three per cent of posts in government departments were to be reserved for disabled persons.          
General Secretary, Rashtriya Drishtiheen Sangh, Haryana Shakha  and Advisor of Government Institute for Blinds, Panipat, Mr Jageram expressed gratitude to the State Government  for its initiatives for filling  up the backlog of posts for physically challenged and requested that these posts would be filled at the earliest.
The Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary,  Cooperation, Mr Krishna Mohan, Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Social Justice and Empowerment, Mr Manik Sonawane, Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Public Works (Building and Roads) Department, Mr S. C. Chaudhry, Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Excise and Taxation, Mr Ramendra Jhakhu, Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Home ,Mr Samir Mathur, Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary  Irrigation, Mr K. K. Jalan, Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, School Education, Mrs Surina Rajan, Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Renewable Energy, Mr Vijay Vardhan,    Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Technical Education, Mr Sanjeev Kaushal and several senior officers  were  present in the meeting.

Enrolment in TA in Ludhiana from March 26 to 28

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
 A recruitment rally for Territorial Army Soldiers (General Duty) & Soldiers (Tradesmen – Clerk, Washerman, House Keeper and Chef (cook))  will be held at 103 Infantry Battalion (TA) Sikh LI  at GT road, Milerganj, Ludhiana from March 26 to 28 for candidates from Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, J&K, UT Chandigarh and National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi.  
March 26 is for candidates from Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and NCT of Delhi while March 27 is for candidates from Punjab, J&K and UT Chandigarh.  Documentation and medical examination for screened candidates will be held on March 28.   Candidates should be in the age group of 18 to 42 years, matriculate with 45% marks except dists of Lahul, Spiti and Kinnaur of (HP) for which 8th standard is minimum for General Duty.  For clerk 10+2 exam pass Arts, Commerce, Science with English) with minimum 50% of marks in aggregate and minimum 40% marks in each subject and 10th class simple pass for Tradesmen, Washerman, house Keeper & Chef (cook).  Candidate’s weight (minimum) should be 50 kg, Chest (minimum) 77-82 Cms and Height (minimum) 160 Cms  and should be gainfully employed with a certificate to this effect from the employer. 
          Preference will be given to ITI qualified personnel, Drivers with experience of light and heavy vehicles driving licence, Computer qualified personnel sportsman and cooks with prior experience.  The candidates should possess education certificate with attested copies, job employment certificate from employer with appointment letter in original, details of salary and experience, native residence certificate signed by District Magistrate/ Sub divisional Magistrate/Tehsildar,  character certificate signed by Gram Pradhan/village sarpanch not be more than six months old, six passport size coloured photographs from same negative, Sportsmen to carry requisite certificates, diploma Certificate of cooking course and any other certificate such as Computer diploma, ITI diploma.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Applications invited in Aarohi schools in Haryana

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
 Haryana School Education Department has invited applications for admission in 36 Aarohi Schools located at ten districts of the state for academic session 2012-13.
While stating this here today, a spokesman from the department said that the application for admission were being invited for the Aarohi schools located in the districts of Panipat, Palwal, Mewat, Fatehabad,
Mehendergarh, Kaithal, Jind, Hisar, Bhiwani and Sirsa.
 He said that all middle and matric pass or appearing students would be eligible to appear for entrance test fixed on March 30 for class nine and eleven in the streams of arts, commerce and science.
Giving information about the examination centres, the spokesman said that the government senior secondary school of Bapoli would be the examination centre for Panipat district, the government senior secondary schools of Hasanpur, Hatthin, Hodal, Palwal would be examination centres for Palwal district, government senior secondary schools of Ferozepur, Jhirkha, Nagina, Nuh, Punhana and Taoru would be
examination centres for mewar district, government senior secondary schools of Bhattu Kalan, Bhuna, Fatehabad, Ratia and Tohana would be examination centres for fatehabad district, government senior
secondary school of Nangal Chaudhary for would be examination centre district Mahendergarh, government senior secondary schools of Kaithal, Kalayat, Rajaund would be examination centres for Kaithal district,
government senior secondary schools of Alewa, Narwana, Uchana would be examination centres for Jind district, government senior secondary schools of Agroha, Barwala, Hansi I, Hisar II, Narnaund and Uklana
would be examination centres for Hissar district, government senior secondary schools of Tosham and Siwani would be examination centres for  Bhiwani dstrict and Baragudha, government senior secondary schools of Dabwali, Ellanabad, Nathusari Chopta, Odhan and Rania would be examination centres for Sirsa district.

Monday, March 12, 2012

Equal prize money for boys and girls in chess meets

 by (Balbir)
In its Annual General Body meeting the Haryana Chess Association decided to give equal prize money to boys as well as girls. Earlier boys used to get more prize money in comparison to girls. A resolution in this connection was moved by Mr. Pawan Kaushik of Bhiwani which was approved unanimously in the AGM of the association which was held under the chairmanship of Mr. Naresh Garg – President of The Haryana Chess Association on Sunday 11-03-2012 in Gurgaon.
 After the meeting Mr. Naresh Sharma- General Secretary informed that following other decision were taken:
1. Haryana State (Junior) Chess Championship would be held at Sonepat in the Month of April-May 2012.
    The exact date will be informed very soon.
2. Haryana State Open Chess Championship-2012 would be held at Gurgaon from 27-29th April-2012.
3. State Rapid Tournament would be held at Bhiwani on 14th & 15th April.
4. Gurgaon International Open tournament in December-2012
 Among those present in the meeting were Naresh Garg-President, Mr. Naresh Sharma (Gurgaon)-General Secretary, Mr. Pradeep Gupta, Mr. Sanjay Goel (Bhiwani), Mr. Mahesh Tanwar (Bhiwani), Mr. Pawan Kaushik (Bhiwani), Mr. Umed Sharma (Rohtak), Mr. Dinesh Kumar (Jhajjar), Mr. Desh Rattan Gulati ( Hissar), Mr. Raj Pal Chauhan (Yamunanagar), Mr. Rajiv Jain (Sirsa), Mr. D.S.Suri ( Faridabad) and Mr. Anil Kumar Parnami (Karnal).

Counselling for selected conductors from April 2 to 4

by Haryananewire (Balbir)
Haryana Transport Department will hold first counselling of the candidates who have been declared as successful by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission, Panchkula for the post of Conductor from April 2 to 4 at Sir Chhotu Ram Stadium, Sonipat Road, Rohtak to allocate the depot for posting in various districts.
The candidates from Merit No. 1-700 have been  invited on April 2, and from Merit No. 701-1400 on April 3. Similarly , candidates from Merit No. 1401-1902 have been invited on April 4. Only first 1788 candidates in the merit list are invited in this round of counselling. The candidates having result withheld and in waiting list are not considered. Rest of the candidates, from merit No.1903 onwards, will be invited in the second round through a separate public notice and individual intimation.
          The complete merit list of the result declared by Haryana Staff Selection Commission, Panchkula is available at the website of the department  that is  All the candidates may take a note of their merit number from the website. It is mandatory for the candidates to fill up the counseling form complete in all respects, indicating their preferences for the depot sent through a registered post. The filled up form must reach the Application In-charge, office of  Director General, State Transport Haryana, Chandigarh before March 26. In case of failure to appear for counseling, the candidates would be given place of posting as per their rank in the merit list and the vacancies available.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Science Essay Writing Competition results

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The Haryana State Council for Science and Technology (HSCST) has announced the result of  the school students who participated in the State Science Essay Writing Competition for the year 2011-12.
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of HSCST said that in this competition, Oorvii Tevatia, class 11th, student of Amity International School, Gurgaon bagged first prize of Rs.6000, Swarnim Bhardwaj, class 10th , student of Salwan Public School, Gurgaon and Akansha, class 10th, student of Shri Baba Mast Nath Public School, Rohtak got second and third prize of Rs.5000 and Rs.4000 respectively.
          He said that Pressy Garg, class 10th, student of Satluj Public School, Panchkula, Ashish Kumar, class 12th, Government Senior Secondary School, Sonipat, Tamana, class 12th (non medical), Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Hansi, district Hisar, Simran, class 10th, DAV Girls Senior Secondary School, Yamunanagar, Aditya, class 10th, Model School, Rohtak, Ambika, class 12th, S.D.Senior Secondary School, Jagadhari, Neha Bawa, class 11th, New
Happy Public School, Yamunanagar, Nikhil Barwal, class 11th, Satluj Public School, Panchkula, Sanjay Singh, class 12th, Government Model Senior Secondary School, Panchkula and Manishtha, class 12th, Vaish Model Senior Secondary School, Bhiwani had been selected for the
consolation prizes of Rs.2000 each.