Tuesday, December 24, 2013

49 Police Inspectors promoted in Haryana

By Haryananewswire
The Haryana Government has promoted 49 Inspectors of Police to the post of Deputy Superintendent of Police with immediate effect.
            Those who are promoted included Shiv Kumar, Om Parkash, Satya Pal, Sultan Singh, Mohinder Singh, Dhanpat Singh, Prem Singh, Mohammad Jamal, Harinder Kumar, Anil Kumar, Rajesh Kumar, Uday Raj, Balwan Singh, Tirath Ram, Satya Pal, Yad Ram, Ram Bhaj, Krishan Kumar, Surinder Singh, Raj Pal, Rohtash Kanwar, Gorakh Pal, Ravinder Kumar, Satish Kumar, Bhagat Ram, Vijay Pal, Chander Pal, Joginder Singh, Dharambir Singh, Suresh Kumar, Gurmail Singh, Satbir Singh, Anil Kumar, Dalip Kumar, Madan Lal, Ajay Kumar, Daljit Singh, Pawan Kumar, Kuldeep Singh Munish Kumar, Om Parkash, Rajesh Kumar, Subhash Chand, Raj Kumar, Ramesh Kumar, Kishori Lal, Desh Raj, Rajbir Singh and Dheeraj Kumar.

Submission of online application for HTET

By Haryananewswire
The last date for submission of online application form for the Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test (HTET) 2013-14 to be organized by Haryana Board of School Education has been fixed as December 27, 2013. 
While giving this information today, a spokesman of the Board said that in case if a candidate filled up wrong information in the application form during the online process, such candidates could make desired correction in their online application form from December 31, 2013 to January 2, 2014.  
Meanwhile, Haryana Board of School Education has directed those candidates who have deposited their fee for Teachers Eligibility Test 2013-14 but has not mentioned their fee details in online application forms to mention their fee details in their forms.
While stating this today, spokesman of the Board said that candidate failing to do so would be treated as fee defaulters therefore, admit cards would not be issued to them.

Friday, December 20, 2013

Haryana CM hails inclusion of Jats in OBC

By Haryananewswire4u

 Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda has welcomed the decision of Union Cabinet for accepting the recommendations of group of Ministers to include Jats in the Central List of OBCs in the States of Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan (two districts), Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Uttarakhand and Bihar. 
          Mr. Hooda thanked the UPA Chairperson Mrs. Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh for including  Jats in the Central list of OBC. This decision would enable the Jat Community to avail the benefits of reservation available to the Other Backward Classes for employment/ admission in /to Central Government services and posts/ educational Institutions. 

Malaysian Human Rights Commission delegates meet Justice Bhalla

By Haryananewswire
   A two-member delegation of Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM) met the Member of Haryana Human Rights Commission (HHRC), Mr. Justice H.S. Bhalla here today.
          The Malaysian delegation included Ms. Hasmah Abdul Manaf and Mr. Ameer Izyanif Hamzah, Education and Promotion officers at SUHAKAM. The delegation was led by Joint Registrar, Law and Focal Point for Human Rights Defender, National Human Rights Commission of India, Mr. A.K. Parashar.
The delegation exchanged information about the working of HHRC and SUHAKAM. The Headquarters of SUHAKAM is located at Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. The members of the visiting delegation of Human Rights Commission of Malaysia has praised the functioning of Human Rights Commission in India especially the work of Haryana in a short span of time after its inception.
Mr. Hamzah said that in Malaysia, the Commission has no powers to direct police and issue compensation. Their focus is more on awareness. He said that the SUHAKAM is divided into three groups namely Education and Public Relations Group, Complaints and Enquiry Group and Research and Policy Development Group. All the three groups work in their respective area, he added.
After welcoming the delegation, Mr. Bhalla provided literature of the Commission to the delegates and apprised them about the working and research methods of HHRC. He said that the Commission has been working as a collective team. He said that the Commission is not restricted to Chandigarh and Panchkula only, rather it has been working throughout the state and it has organized several sensitization programmes for Revenue Officers and Police Officers at various places in the State. The topic of Human Rights has also been included in the curriculum. He said that HHRC has been offering internship facilities to students of various universities. Recently, a seminar was organized in Kurukshetra to sensitize the Revenue Officers of the State Government on human rights in which the Governor, Mr. Jagannath Pahadia called upon the officers to become more sensitive towards human rights and individuals.
Mr. Bhalla desired that someday HHRC would also visit SUHAKAM. He said that at present, we have been focusing on Revenue Officers and Police Officers in the state, but soon we will go to the Panchayat level. He said that the Commission would also conduct sensitization programmes for teachers and students.

India Pride Award for HAFED

By Haryananewswire
Haryana State Cooperative Supply and Marketing Federation Limited (HAFED) has bagged the prestigious India Pride Award for the best performing State Public Sector Undertaking in the Agriculture and Associate Category for the year 2013-14. This is the third consecutive year when HAFED has bagged India Pride Award under the same category.
Managing Director, HAFED Mr Ashok Kumar Yadav received this award from Union Minister of State for Planning and Parliamentary Affairs, Mr Rajeev Shukla at the function held late evening at New Delhi on December 19, 2013.
HAFED is the largest apex cooperative federation of the State with an annual turnover of Rs 7120 crore for the year 2012-13. It is the sole Nodal Agency for arrangement and distribution of fertilizers through Cooperative Network in Haryana and is successfully making timely arrangements of all kinds of fertilizers.
Speaking on the occasion Mr Yadav said that HAFED is extending full support and cooperation to the farmers of the state by providing them all the facilities required for their upliftment. He also informed that due to strenuous efforts of HAFED as well as cooperation of the farmers, HAFED Sugar Mill, Assandh is amongst the top three Sugar Mills in the Haryana State with-in a short period of its installation regarding recovery of sugar and other parameters.

Haryana adjudged best state in consumer market

By Haryananewswire

While Haryana has been adjudged as the best state in consumer market among big States,  Goa  has been  declared as such among small States in the country. The awards were given away by Union Rural Development Minister, Mr Jairam Ramesh, at the India Today State of States Conclave-2013 in New Delhi today.
Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda received the award for his State being the best in consumer market among big states.
            Participating in the discussion on the subject of ‘Promise of growth versus reality of populism’ along with the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Mr Kiran Reddy and Chief Minister of Goa, Mr Manohar Parrikar in the presence of Mr Jairam Ramesh, Mr Hooda said that Haryana Government’s emphasis is on inclusive growth, so that benefit of development reaches every part of the State and all sections of the society. Termed as economically unviable State at the time of its inception in 1966, Haryana has today developed to become one of the progressive States in the country, he said. In the four parameters of economic growth - per capita income, per capita investment, per capita plan expenditure and resources mobilization, Haryana is ahead of other States. In productivity of wheat and mustard, Haryana is at number one position and has been awarded ‘Krishi Karman Puruskar’ for two consecutive years.
Mr Hooda said that populism to him means fulfilling the aspirations of the people through economic development and for this proper balance must be maintained between populism, welfare programmes and economic prudence. Haryana Government is paying full attention to the development in various fields like education, agriculture, sports, industry, health. Scholarships are being given to about 20 lakh schools going children of poor families every year. Under Sports Policy, training alongwith scholarship is being provided to groom promising players.  Transparency is being maintained in ensuring that benefits of schemes must reach the beneficiaries and money is sent in their accounts, he said.
On devolution of power to Panchayats, Mr Hooda said that Panchayats in Haryana have been empowered and they can plan to spend money upto Rs 10 lakh themselves. Local bodies and Gram Sabhas are taking decisions on behalf of the people and in the interest of the people.  
Mr Jairam Ramesh said that every State has its own model of progress. Government schemes must be oriented towards bringing social transformation through development. India’s model is not unity in diversity, but unity through diversity, he said.  

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Interim relief to Group C and D employees

By Haryananewswire
 The Haryana  Government has decided to grant Interim Relief to all Group-'C' and Group 'D' employees of Haryana Government at the rate of Rs 2000 per month from January 1, 2014.  
            While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that  the interim Relief of  2000 per month will be admissible only to Group- 'C' and Group 'D' employees working on regular basis in various Department of the Government. It will be paid for the salary of the month of January, 2014 in the month of February, 2014.
            He said that this Interim Relief will be discontinued from the date of implementation of there commendations of seventh Central pay Commission. The amount of Interim Relief will be sui generic viz. it will neither be termed as "Pay" nor "Allowance" nor "Wage". Accordingly, this amount will not count for any service benefits i.e. Computation of House Rent Allowance, Hill Compensatory Allowance, Overtime Allowance, Cash Compensation, Encashment of leave, Pay Fixation, Dearness Allowance, Pension or Gratuity etc. The employee will cease to draw the Interim Relief on his or her appointment or promotion to any post of Group A or B categories.

Monday, December 16, 2013

Life Time Achievement Award for Dr Naresh

By Haryananewswire
 Haryana Governor   Jagannath Pahadia will confer Life Time Achievement Award upon Dr Naresh, a well known littérateur of Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi and English language for his outstanding contribution in the field of literature at a function to be organized by Haryana Sahitya Akademi at Haryana Raj Bhawan on December 17, 2013.
             While giving this information here today, a spokesman of theAkademi said that Education Minster Mrs. Geeta Bhukkal would preside over the function.
          Dr. Naresh, a former Professor of Modern Literature at Punjab University and Chairman of Chandigarh Sahitya Academy is worldwide known as poet and writer who wield his pen equally effortlessly in Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi and English languages. In his 50 year career as a writer, Dr. Naresh has authored 72 books including 16 in Urdu, 35 in Hindi, 20 in Punjabi and one in English. Apart from this, he has received 34 awards which include National Award on his book ‘Chintan aur Mulyankan’ and international award by the Music World of Birmingham for his contribution to the literature.
          Dr. Naresh has also been honoured by the Haryana Government with ‘Babu Bal Mukand Gupt Award’ and by the Punjab Government with ‘Shiromani Sahityakar Award’. Apart from these, he has received ‘Man of the year (2001) award’ from the American Biographical Institute, USA and International Educator of the year (2004) award’ from the I.B.C, Cambridge, U.K. He has recently been selected for ‘Fakhr-e-Haryana award’ of the Haryana Government.