Monday, April 30, 2012

Summer time table of CCS HAU

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar has announced a summer time table  under which offices of the University would remain open from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. from May 1 to July 31.
          While stating this today, a spokesman of the university said that all the affiliated Kisan Vigyan Kendra and Regional Research Centres of the State would follow same time table from May 1 to July 31. He said that the campus hospital of the university would remain open from Monday to Saturday between 8a.m. and 12 noon and 4p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Haryana to fill 1035 posts of Assistant Professors in Govt colleges

by Haryananewswire *Balbir(
The Haryana Government has decided to fill 1035 posts of Assistant Professors in Government Colleges of the state.
          While stating this here today, Education Minister Mrs. Geeta Bhukkal said that requisition for 140 vacant posts of Assistant Professors had already been sent to Haryana Public Service Commission whereas requisition for remaining 895 posts would be sent shortly to the Commission. She said that out of these vacancies, maximum posts would be filled for science stream. Also, vacancies on different subjects had also been considered and finalized as per demand of people.
          Mrs. Bhukkal said that the Chief Minister Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda wants to develop Haryana as an educational hub of international standard. Thus, infrastructure was being upgraded in all schools and colleges in a big way. The state government was committed to provide avenues and opportunities for education at all levels so that the youth could contribute their mite in building a modern India, she added.
          The Minister said that six new language labs were being set up in government colleges during current financial year. As many as 25 language labs had already been set up in 25 Government College of excellence. Also more than 20 job-oriented courses were being run in different government college of the state. “We are of the view that the introduction of more job oriented courses in the colleges would increase the employability of the youth”, she added.  
          She said that out of about 140 posts which had been sent to Commission included 13 posts of Hindi subject, 18 each of English and Geography, 12 posts of History, nine of Economics, two of Sanskrit, seven of political science, 10 of Computer Science, 25 of Commerce, 15 of Mathematics, one each of Music (V), Punjabi, Physics, Botany and Sociology and three each of Psychology and Zoology.
          Mrs Bhukkal  said that out of remaining 895 vacancies, which  would be  sent to the Commission included 25 posts of botany, six each of bio-tech and defence studies, 134 of chemistry, 154 of commerce, 125 of computer science, seven of economics, two each of fine arts, geology, music (V), political science, public administration and Punjabi, 63 of geography, 13 each of home science and psychology, one of M.Bio, five each of mass communication and music (I), 16 of physical education, 120 of physics, 20 of Sanskrit, 10 each of sociology and tourism and 30 vacancies of zoology.

Sunday, April 29, 2012

IEC honours KK Khandelwal

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The Indian Education Congress 2012 has honoured Dr K.K. Khandelwal, Additional Principal Secretary to Haryana Chief Minister and Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Information, Public Relations and Cultural Affairs, Department of Haryana, with a certificate in category of Policymaker of the Year (State Government).
Dr K.K. Khandelwal was honoured for his outstanding contribution in school education and being instrumental in education reforms in Haryana.
He has been honoured during the on-going second National Convention on Business of Education in Faridabad.The Indian Education Congress 2012 was organised by Indian Franchise Association and Early Learning Association of India.
Dr Khandelwal, a senior IAS officer of Haryana cadre of 1985 batch, has the credit of launching semester system in Haryana schools which was the first in the country. He also contributed to promote satellite education system EDUSAT in the state. He also introduced the system of Teacher's Diary and the 'Siksha Lok', a monthly magazine was started by him. He has  sofar authored more than 18 books on various subjects like law, engineering, computer sciences education, management, and culture.

Friday, April 27, 2012

Haryana to fill up 503 post of Punjabi language teachers

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The Haryana Government will soon fill up 503 posts of Punjabi language teachers. This was stated by Haryana Education Minister Mrs. Geeta Bhukkal while talking to media persons at Panchkula near here today.
She said that teachers of Punjabi language would also be appointed in Mewat. Apart from this, government is also trying to promote Urdu language in the state.
         On being asked to comment about taking of private schools under government control, Mrs. Bhukkal said that there is no such move under consideration of the government. She said that the management of aided schools had approached for this, but for the  time being, talks were  going on with the managements of aided schools. Any decision to this effect would be taken only after consultation with the Chief Minister, Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda,she added.

HAU to organise training camps for farmers

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
With a view to providing latest information about agriculture and home science to farmers and rural women, Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar will  organise training camps in various districts of the State. These training camps would be organised through Krishi Vigyan Kendras of the University.
          While stating this today, a spokesman of the University said that this training programme would be held from May 2 to 23. He said that training regarding commercial vegetable production would be given from May 2 to 4 at Mandkola, training regarding safe grain storage would be given on May 3 and 4 at village Ganga Tehri, Karnal and regarding preparation of vermi compost, training  would be given at village Jhamba on May 10 and 11. He said that the people would be educated about the importance of farm record at village Nissing on May 16 and 17. Also, training would be provided to keep a check on insects in paddy nursery at village Sultanpur on May 23 and 24.
          He said that training regarding plant protection would be given at Kaithal from May 7 to 14, regarding fruit and vegetable preservation from May 8 to 10 at Kurukshetra and from May 9 to 11, training regarding textile manufacturing and seed production of Kharif crops would be given at Faridabad and Ambala respectively.
          He said that training regarding cutting and sewing would be given at Bawal from May 14 to 16, regarding seed production of Kharif crops at Sadalpur on May 15 and 16 and regarding embroidery and dyeing clothes at Rohtak from May 21 to 23.

Dr Samandar Singh awarded gold medal

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Dr Samandar Singh, Senior Scientist in Department of Agronomy at Ch. Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar has been honoured with a gold medal for his outstanding contribution towards Weed Science for the year 2010-11 by Indian Society of Weed Science (ISWS).
          While stating this today, a spokesman of the University said that he was presented this gold medal at biennial conference organised by ISWS at Trichur, Kerala, the other day.
          He said that Weed Science Society of America has also appreciated his contributions to the journals of the Society.

HAU starts admission process for various courses

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar has started the admission process for under-graduate and post-graduate courses for the academic session 2012-13.
          While stating this today, a spokesman of the University said that admissions would be done for four-year B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture, six-year B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture, four-year B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science, six-year B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science, M.Sc. Food Science and Technology, Bio-informatics and Molecular Biology and Bio-technology, post-graduate courses of Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering, Basic Science and Home Science for the new academic session. Also, admissions would be done for post-graduate diploma courses in Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Communication Skills in English and English-Hindi Translation, Graphic and Video Production and Remote Sensing and Geophysical Information System Application in Agriculture and Environment.
          He said that admissions in four-year B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture, M.Sc. Food Science and Technology, Bio-informatics and Molecular Biology and Bio-technology courses would be done on the basis of entrance examination and admissions in other courses would be done on the basis of merit. He said that according to policy of Haryana government, admissions in B.Tech. (Agricultural Engineering), MBA (general) and MBA Agri-business would be done on the basis of merit got in All India Engineering Entrance Exam (AIEEE) or Management Aptitude Test (MAT). He said that entrance examination for admissions in 4-year B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture, M.Sc. Food Science and Technology, Bio-informatics and Molecular Biology and Bio-technology would be organised on June 9 while entrance examination for 6-year B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture would be organised on June 24.
          He said that the last date for submission of application forms for four and six years B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science courses is June 14 and last date for the submission of application form with late fee of Rs 100 is June 21. He said that for the rest of the courses, the last date for submission of application forms is May 14 and with late fee of Rs 100 is May 21.
          He said that the application forms and prospectus could be obtained from room number 202 of Fletcher Bhawan of the University and post offices at all district headquarters including Kaul and Bawal. He said that the application forms could also be downloaded from University's website

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Do not purchase plots in unauthorised colonies: Govt

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
District Town Planner, Rohtak has appealed to the people not to buy plots in unauthorized colonies which are being earmarked by some colonizers as by playing into their hands they would lose their hard earned money.
He said that unauthorized colonies are being earmarked at Quila/mustli number 3824, 3825, 1326, 1327, 1328, 1329, 1330, 1331, 1332, 1333, 1201, 1205, 1213 and 1215 opposite DPS School at Jind chowk Rohtak and Quila/mustli number 39//21, 22, 23, 41//2, 9, 12, 20, 23, 24, 25, 42//11, 12, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 43//23, 24, 49//4, 5, 50//3, 4 and 5 of Makdauli Khurd village.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

PGIMS PMT entrance exam on June 24

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Pt. B.D. Sharma Post-graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS), Rohtak has invited applications for PMT entrance exam which would be organised on June 24 at university campus.
          While stating this today, a spokesman of the University said that the entrance exam would be  organised for MBBS, BDS and BAMS courses for Government, Government recognised, Dental and Ayurvedic Colleges. The forms would be available from April 28 at HDFC bank branches of Model Town,Rohtak, Fatehabad, Ambala Cantt., Narnaul and Rohini branch of Sector 9, New Delhi.
          He said that the last date of submitting the forms is May 18.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Hallmarkites sensitized people to be eco-friendly

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)

Hallmarkites showed their concern and awareness on the 'World Earth Day' through an awareness campaign. Various activities and contests were organized at the Hallmark Public School in Sector 15 here, like kindergarten classes had a green dress code and Green Cocktail Party,  whereas the senior wing made a  'Walk For The Planet 'in the Sec tors 7 and 15, holding the placards with the slogans   like Save Earth, Do not cut trees , Fracking-a social and political hot potato, Bee Death-alarming colony collapse, etc.         Accompanied by their teachers they emphasized the need of being in the proximity of the nature by following a herbal, natural and green diet, and participated in the Smart Art Graphics Contest too, in collaboration with NIIT, raising the question of collapsing of bee colonies etc.  
Hallmarkites put forward an urge to the leaders regarding the laying down of cycle lanes network in Panchkula , which would be beneficial to reduce the air pollution , save fuel, declining the rate of accidents and eventually making the city truly Paris of Haryana. 
Mr Chander Singhal, Director, Rolling Tigers, was also present there to support skating as an another measure to stop pollution and save fuel. Principal Kavita Wadhwa appreciated and applauded for everyone and conveyed that learning about and protecting this biodiversity is what Earth Day is all about. Director Jivtesh Garg  also supported for this environmental event.

10% reservation for women in Haryana Police

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Haryana Chief Minister  Bhupinder Singh Hooda today exhorted the police to ensure security and help all citizens, especially the women, children and senior citizens while respecting their democratic rights as it would not only minimize the challenges of the police, but would also enhance its image thus succeeding in winning the trust of the common man.
          The Chief Minister, who was speaking at the passing out parade of women recruit basic course at Bhondsi in district Gurgaon, announced to create 100 new posts of Deputy Superintendents of Police (DSP).
          The Chief Minister said that in many cases, the women were more sensitive than men and by adding to the contribution of the women in public dealing like police service, the system would become more efficient and responsive. The Haryana Government has reserved 10 per cent posts for women in police recruitment thus making a new achievement in the country and it has encouraged women empowerment. Under this policy, 2203 women have been recruited in police force.
          Mr Hooda also announced to give Rs two crore to Shri Ram Public School being run with the support of police in Bhondsi.
          He said that the Government intended to provide better residential facilities and that too in adequate number. A sum of Rs 50 crore has been separately sanctioned to provide residential accommodation to police personnel in Gurgaon and Faridabad. Under this plan, 570 houses would be constructed. In addition to it, adequate funds would be provided for same purpose in other districts. He said that a total of 7375 new police personnel have been recruited during last three years to maintain law and order and check crimes. Also, 664 personnel of India Reserve Battalion and 267 Sub Inspectors have been recruited.
          With a view to give boost to the morale of the police force, the rules for promotion have been revised. Earlier, a constable used to get promotion to the rank of Havildar after 16 years, but now he would get it after 12 years. Similarly, a Havildar would become Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) in 22 years as against 30 years earlier. Also, the duration of promotion from ASI to Sub Inspector has been reduced from 35 years to 30 years. The ranks of incharges of police stations have been raised from Sub Inspector to Inspector.
          He said that a financial assistance of Rs 10 lakh is given to the next of kin of those who while on duty sacrifice their lives in fighting anti-social elements. Those who get injured in such incidents, get financial assistance of Rs five lakh. While drawing the attention towards Cyber crime, which is increasing in this era of economic globalization and technological development, Mr Hooda said that it calls for training of police personnel with modern methods. Adequate funds have been provided during last seven years to modernize police force. As a result of it, the state police has implemented new technology and procured modern equipments.
          He said that under the new Sports Policy, the State Government has reserved three per cent posts for outstanding sports persons. Under this policy, 390 male sports persons and 54 women players have been recruited. Seven players of international level have been directly appointed as Inspectors. Sixteen sportsmen and 13 women players have been recruited as Sub Inspectors. Also, 16 players have been directly appointed as DSP.
          While referring to those who were passing out today, Mr Hooda said that in this police force, they would require courage, sense of sacrifice and dedication to duty. He said that they have to face many challenges and they would have to follow the high ideal of police that is “Suraksha, Sewa, Sehyog”.
          The Director General of Police, Haryana, Mr Ranjiv Dalal said that Haryana Police Housing Corporation has constructed 4500 new houses during last seven years to facilitate the police personnel. The Chief Minister has given Rs 300 crore to Haryana Police Housing Corporation.
          A total of 438 women recruits passed out today. Six outstanding women recruits were honoured on this occasion.
          Those present on the occasion included Minister of State for Home, Mr Gopal Kanda, Minister of State for Sports and Youth Affairs, Mr Sukhbir Kataria and senior officers of the State Government.

Friday, April 20, 2012

More financial powers for Gram Panchayats in Haryana

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
 With a view to provide more financial powers and rights to the Gram Panchayats, Haryana Government has increased the cash-in-hand amount of panchayats from Rs 10,000 to Rs 25,000.
            While stating this today, an official spokesman said that many decisions have been taken to make Panchayati Raj institutions more responsible for works undertaken by them. He said that Panchayat Samitis would be granted Rs 50 lakh annually for various development works. He said that to provide clean drinking water in the rural areas, the panchayats would be provided Rs 11,000 under one tube well plan, Rs 15,000 under two tube well plan and Rs 20,000 under three tube well plan for maintenance of tube wells every month. Also, the Gram Panchayats have been given right to take decisions regarding development works to be done by Panchayati Raj Engineering Wing costing Rs 10 lakh.
            He said that monthly honorarium of Chairmen and Members of Panchayat Samitis has been increased to Rs 6000 and Rs 1200 respectively. Similarly, monthly honorarium of Chairmen, Vice Chairmen and Members of Zila Parishads has been increased to Rs 7500, Rs 6000 and Rs 2500 respectively. He said that the monthly remuneration of Safai Karamcharis working in villages has been increased from Rs 3525 to Rs 4348. He said that Development and Panchayats Department would take care of the maintenance of statues of martyrs and freedom fighters installed in the rural areas.
            He said that Rajiv Gandhi Suchna Kendras would be set up in 101 villages of Sirsa district costing Rs 10 lakh each. He said that more than Rs 12 crore would be spent on construction of these Suchna Kendras. At block level, Suchna Kendras costing Rs 25 lakh each would be set up. These Kendras would be equipped with internet and computer facility.

LLRUVAS invites applications for entrance tests

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (LLRUVAS), Hisar has invited applications for Bachelors of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry (B.V.Scand A.H.) Degree, Masters of Veterinary Sciences (M.V.Sc) and Ph.D entrance tests for the academic session 2012-13.   
            While stating this today, a spokesman of the university said that written objective test of B.V.Sc and A.H degree of five-and-a-half years duration would be held on June 6, 2012 at various centres in university campus, Hisar as provided on admit cards to be sent by post. He said that candidates with minimum 50 per cent marks in 10 plus two would be eligible for admission.
He said that prospectus, admission form and admit cards could be downloaded from website and admission for M.V.Sc. and Ph.D. would be purely on academic merit basis. He said that photocopy  of prospectus would also be available in office of Deputy Director Animal Husbandry and Dairy at district Headquarters.
            He said that last date to receive applications for B.V.Sc. and A.H. Degree entrance test at Registrar’s office by post would be May 14, 2012. It could also be submitted by hand by May 21 with late fee  of Rs. 400. He said that applications for M.V.Sc. and Ph.D. degree in different disciplines would be received at Registrar’s office from June 1 to June 25 and up to June 30 with late fee of Rs. 400. 

Monday, April 16, 2012

Last chance to appear for interview for the post of constable

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The candidates who had applied for the post of constable in Haryana Police at Rewari Selection Centre in the year 2008 have been given the last chance to appear for the interview on April 24 and 25, 2012.
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Police Department said that such candidates  would have to appear for the interview in the office of Deputy Commissioner of Police, Traffic and Crime, Sector 51, Gurgaon on those two days at 9  a.m.
          He said that the candidates could also contact phone numbers 0124-2573659 and 2572659 for more details regarding the recruitment. 

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Free uniforns for class 1-V students in Govt Schools in Haryana

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Apart from free text-books, all students from Class 1 to Class VIII in government schools all over Haryana will be provided free uniforms from the new academic session. Presently, free uniforms are given only to the Scheduled Castes and BPL students.
        This was disclosed by Haryana Education Minister Geeta Bhukkal, while speaking to media persons at Jhajjar, today. She said that transport policy had been framed to ensure safe transportation of children to and from schools.
        She said that the Haryana Government was promoting education in a big way. New experiments are being made to strengthen the education system. In this direction, several amendments have been made in the recruitment rules of teachers. The recruitment process has already been set in motion with the constitution of Teachers Selection Board.
Mrs Bhukkal said that computer education was being promoted among children and new computers had been provided in 2,662 schools. The
process for recruitment of computer teachers has been initiated and several other significant steps have been taken to promote technical education.
         Mrs. Bhukkal said that provision had been made to provide tool-kits to students at the time of admission in Industrial Training Institutes. Tool-kit machines would also be provided to girl students.
Earlier, these were provided at the time of passing the institute.
         In reply to a question, she welcomed the decision of the Supreme Court of India on the Right to Education Act. She said that a meeting of State Education Ministers to discuss the norms under the RTE Act would soon be held in New Delhi under the chairmanship of the Union Human Resource Development Minister, Mr. Kapil Sibbal, where she would make suggestions on the provisions in the RTE Act.
         Haryana is a leading state in implementation of the RTE Act in the country. The Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda, wanted to make the state an education hub and steps were being taken in this direxction, she added.

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Haryana to induct six more Volvo buses

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Keeping in view the huge public demand and  success achieved by  multi-axle 49- seater Volvo buses and 41-seater buses introduced recently by Haryana Roadways, the State  Government has decided to induct  six more new multi-axle buses by the first week of May.
While stating this today, Director General, State Transport, Haryana Mr Arun Kumar, said that the new super luxury bus services launched by inducting nine Multi-axle 49- seater Volvo buses and seven 41-seater buses have achieved hundred per cent occupancy. 
He said that these buses have increased the level of comfort for travel to Delhi and Gurgaon. However, although there were no breakdowns, the Haryana Roadways promised to its passengers that in case of a breakdown, it would refund the full fare within 15 days to its passengers travelling in the Volvo Bus. Also, it would ensure that the passengers were taken to their destination by an available Haryana Roadways bus, he added.

Friday, April 13, 2012

28 Inspectors promoted as DSPs in Haryana

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The Haryana government has promoted 28 Inspectors of Police as Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP). The State Government has also issued transfer orders of 65 police officers including those who have been promoted with immediate effect.
           The government promoted following DSPs Mr Ravi Dutt to DSP, SVB, Haryana, Mr Nirmal Singh to DSP, City Kurukshetra, Mr Sultan Singh to DSP, Commando, Mr Gulab Singh to DSP, CID, Mr Wazir Singh to DSP, Loharu, Mr Mahabir Singh to DSP, SVB Haryana, Mr Rajiv Kumar to ACP, Sadar Gurgaon, Mr Satish Kumar to DSP, RTC Sunaria, Mr Virender Singh to DSP, Hathin, Mr Om Parkash to DSP, Tohana, Mr Rahul Dev to DSP, RTC Bhondsi, Mr Atma Ram to ACP, Traffic Faridabad and Mr Virender Singh to DSP, City Sonipat.
          While among other posted officers were Mr Shital Singh to ACP, Operations Branch, PHQ, Panchkula, Mr Dalbir Singh to DSP, RTC Ambala, Mr Ramesh Chand to DSP, GRP Hisar, Mr Yash Pal to DSP/Gohana, Mr Bijender Singh to DSP, 3rd IRB Sunaria, Mr Ajmer Singh to DSP, Siwani, Mr Mukesh Kumar to DSP, Headquarters Hisar, Mr Rajinder Kumar to DSP, Ganaur, Mr Hans Raj to DSP, Headquarters, GRP Ambala, Mr Vijender Singh to DSP, Naraingarh, Mr Raj Pal to DSP, Headquarters Mewat, Mr Data Ram to  DSP, SVB Haryana, Mr Veer Singh to DSP, Headquarters Kurukshetra, Mr Vinod Kumar to DSP, Headquarters Kaithal and Mr Rakam Singh to DSP, RTC Ambala.  
          While State government has also made postings or transfers of police officers including,12 officers who have been awaiting postings were Mr Jagtar Singh to DSP, CID, Mr Virender Singh to DSP, Hodel, Mr Satbir Singh to DSP, Ghula, Mr Param Singh to DSP, CID, Mr Nihal Singh to DSP, SVB, Mr Ram Phool to ACP, Traffic, Ambala, Mr Zile Singh to DSP, City Hisar, Mr Surjit Singh DSP, Commando, Mr Raghbir Singh to DSP, HPA, Madhuban, Mr Karta Ram to DSP, Headquarters Bhiwani, Mr Jai Pal to DSP, Headquarters Narnaul and Mr Shri Bhagwan as ACP, Majesar, Faridabad.  
          While among other transferred officers were Mr Sukhbir Singh from DSP, SVB to DSP, Headquarters Jhajjar, Mr Amrik Singh from DSP, Detective, Hisar to DSP, Jind, Mr Ravinder Singh from DSP, City Kurukshetra to ACP, Traffic Gurgaon, Mr AbheySingh from DSP, 2nd IRB Bhondsi to DSP, 3rd IRB Sunaria, Mr Narinder Singh from DSP, RTC Bhondsi to ACP, City Gurgaon, Mr Dharam Singh, DSP, 2nd IRB Bhondsi to DSP, 3rd Bn.HAP, Hisar, Mr Jaivir Singh from DSP, Rohtak to DSP, Headquarters, Palwal, Mr Rajbir Singh from DSP, Hathin to ACP, Headquarters Panchkula, Mr Virender Singh from DSP, SVB to DSP, Mohindergarh, Mr Dheeraj Setia from DSP, Hisar to ACP, Panchkula, Mr Gurdial Singh from DSP, Ghula to DSP, Indri, Mr Balbir Singh, DSP, Headquarters, Bhiwani to DSP, Shahbad and Mrs Iqbal Kaur from ACP, City to DSP, Complaint Authority, Haryana, Chandigarh.
          The government also transferred Mr Rajesh Kumar from DSP, SCB to ACP, Cyber Crime, Gurgaon, Mr Bhupinder Singh from DSP, headquarters, Kurukshetra to ACP, DLF Gurgaon, Mr Tahir Hussain from ACP, Crime Gurgaon to DSP, Samalkha, Mr Vijay Singh from DSP, Loharu to DSP, 3rd IRB Sunaria, Mr Phool Kumar from DSP, Headquarters Yamunanagar to DSP, SCB, Mr Joginder Singh from DSP, Headquarters Hisar to DSP, Headquarters Yamunanagar, Mr Ashok Kumar from DSP, Bilaspur to DSP, HPA, Madhuban, Mr Puran Chand from DSP, Detective Sirsa to DSP, Dabwali, Mr Parkash Chand from DSP, Siwani to DSP, Detective Sirsa, Mr Mukesh Kumar from DSP/Headquarters Kaithal to DSP, Bilaspur, Mr Vinod Kumar from DSP, Naraingarh to DSP, HPA, Madhuban and Mr Sham Lal from DSP, Samalkha to DSP, PTC Sunaria.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Hallmark celebrates Baisakhi & pays tribune to Baba Saheb

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Festivals, in general add colour and joy to our life. Hallmarkites celebrated Baisakhi and Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Jayanti with gusto and enthusiasm.
Baisakhi Mela for the tiny tots was scheduled to mark the festival. The tiny tots draped themselves for the Best Punjabi- Punjaban award ,whereas  the senior kids displayed their creativity in the 'Portfolio Opus Contest, in which the students made presentation on Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, his contribution towards the nation, and the regional importance of Baisakhi. The wheat kernels were also distributed amongst them to mark the occasion.
 The students were told about the significance of the agriculture in the Indian economy. Hallmarkites are sensitized to that level that the two students Arsh and Paras approached their teacher to show their concern about the destruction caused to the crops by the  recent hail-storm. 
According to the coordinator Ms. Deepika Bhardwaj, a two-minute silence was observed by the Hallmarkites to dedicate a community prayer for the same.
 The Director Mr. Jivtesh Garg and the Principal Ms. Kavita Wadhwa appreciated the talents shown by her goldies and conveyed the message that as a farmer toils to gain the best, the students should put their best efforts into every task they do and overcome with flying  colours.

Monday, April 9, 2012

Haryana annual school calendar released

by Haryananewssire (Balbir)
 The Haryana School Education Department has released the Annual School Calendar for the academic year 2012-13.
          While stating this here today, Education Minister Mrs. Geeta Bhukkal said that calendar of annual activities would help in  effective implementation of provisions of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act and  bring further improvement of the education system in schools.
          Mrs. Bhukkal said the calendar provides information about admissions, day schedules, holidays, co-curricular activities, sports activities, exhibitions and annual functions to students and teachers. She said that school would remain open at 8 a.m. and close at 2.30 p.m. during first semester which starts from April 1, 2012 and continue till September 30, 2012. Similarly, second semester would start from October 1 and continue upto March 31, 2013 and the timings of the schools would be 9.15 am to 3.45 pm.
          She said that all the schools had to follow a fixed timetable according to the calendar. During the summer semester from March 1 to December 14, 2012, the schools would organise 20-minute morning prayer  from 8 am to 8.20 am  which would be followed by  zero period and later by another eight periods of which first six would be of 40 minutes each and seventh and eighth period would be of 35 minutes each.
She said that during winter semester from December 15, 2012 to February 28, 2013, all schools would open at 9.15 a.m. and close at 3.45 p.m and same pattern of summer semester of Morning Prayer followed by zero period and eight periods would be followed.
          Mrs Bhukkal said that general admission for class first to eight would start from April 1 and continue till September 30, 2012. Special admission to these classes with the approval of School Management Committees without late fee would commence from October 1, 2012 and close on March 31, 2013. Similarly, general admissions to classes ninth, tenth and twelfth would takes place from April 1 to April 20, 2012. Special admissions without late fee to these classes with the permission of head of the institute would be held between April 21 and 30, 2012. Admissions would also be held between May 1 to 10, 2012 with the intervention of concerned Block Education Officer. 
          She said that as per calendar, general admissions to eleventh class would takes place within ten days after declaration of results by Board. Provisional admissions would start from April 1, 2012. Special admissions without late fee with the permission of head of institute and concerned Block Education Officer would takes place during next 10 days.
          The Education Minister said that there would be a total of 231 working days in schools in a year. The schools would observe total 74 holidays during the first semester and 59 in the second semester including 10 autumn break. 10 winter break  and 30 summer holidays. Summer vacation would be from June 1 to 30, 2012, and winter break from January 7 to 16, 2013.
          She said that apart from block and district level, a state-level cultural fest would also be organized.  State level general knowledge competitions would also be organized on October 1, 2012. Sports activities for the students of class sixth to twelfth in different age groups would also be organized. Besides, exhibition and annual functions at block or school level, district and state level functions would also be organized. She said that monthly meetings would be conducted from block level to headquarters level for evaluation and  further strengthening of  the education system.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

New timings for Super Luxury Volvo buses

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Haryana Roadways has issued a new time table for the Super Luxury Volvo bus service running between Chandigarh and Gurgaon via Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi with effect from April 3.
          While stating this here today, Mr Arun Kumar, Director General, Haryana Roadways said that the departure time for Gurgaon to Chandigarh via Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi would be 12:30 a.m., 4 a.m., 7 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 4 p.m., 9 p.m., 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. He said that departure time of Delhi to Chandigarh bus service would be 12.30 a.m., 1 a.m., 2 a.m., 5:45 a.m., 6:45 a.m., 7:45 a.m., 8:45 a.m., 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 4 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 7 p.m., 10:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.
          He said that there would be 16 bus services from Delhi to Chandigarh out of which nine would reach Gurgaon from Chandigarh via Indira Gandhi International Airport.