Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Nursing a pious profession: Prof Solanki

 Haryana Governor Prof. Kaptan Singh Solanki said that nursing profession is a very pious profession and nurses play a very important role in providing  healthcare services  to the people.
       The Governor was speaking on the inauguration of International Conference on "The Future of Nursing in World’s Perspective” organised at Ratan Institute Group in Mohali today.
       Prof. Solanki said that nurses works day and night in OPD, General Ward and operation theatre to provide succor to suffering humanity.  It is a skilled and trained job. With the advancement of medical sciences, there have been many progressive changes in this profession also. The knowledge required in this profession has to be updated with latest knowledge of medical field.    The holding of such conferences is  very effective in making them aware about the latest achievements of their field, he added.

HARYANA TO SET UP SCRAP FACTORY: The Union Minister of Steel, Ch. Birender Singh, said today that a scrap factory would be established in Haryana. The Motor Vehicle Act (Amendment) Bill is pending in Parliament. After passage of this bill, more than 15-year-old vehicles would not be able to run on the road.
          Interacting with media persons in Fatehabad, he said the Union Steel Ministry would purchase 15-year-old vehicles by paying 15 per cent more than the market rate. Presently, India is importing one million tone of scrap.
WRITING PAR OF IAS, HCS OFFICERS: The Haryana Government has issued instructions for writing of Performance Appraisal Reports of IAS and HCS officers posted as Secretary or Deputy Secretary of Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC).
          While Chairman, HPSC will be reporting authority for writing of Performance Appraisal Reports of IAS and HCS officers posted as Secretary or Deputy Secretary in HPSC, Chief Secretary will be reviewing and accepting authority for the similar purpose.
TWO NEW ROADS: The Haryana government has decided to construct two new roads at a cost of over Rs 6.44 crore in Rewari and Nuh districts. While one road will be constructed from Russiawas to Manaka upto Rajasthan Border in Rewari, the construction work of other road will be undertaken from Rajaka to Uleta in Nuh.
          While stating this here today, Public Works (Building and Roads) Minister, Rao Narbir Singh said that Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has approved a proposal of the department to this effect.
          He said that road from Russiawas to Manaka upto Rajasthan Border in Rewari district, having a length of 3.77 km, would be constructed at a cost of about Rs 3.62 crore. The construction work of 2.4 km road from Rajaka to Uleta in Nuh would cost about Rs 2.83 crore.
COMPUTER TRAINING TO PATWARIS: Taking a prompt action to provide relief to people from stalled work due to  strike of computer operators, the District Administration, Hisar has imparted computer training to patwaris and registry clerks in four days, and resumed the registry work in four tehsils.

        While stating this today, Deputy Commissioner, Hisar, Mr. Ashok Kumar Meena said that the computer operators deputed in all tehsils and e-Disha kendras were on strike since April 16 which affected the work in these offices.  In order to provide relief to people, the patwaris and registry clerks have been provided training through NIC and work would resume from tomorrow in four tehsils namely Hisar, Hansi, Narnaund and Adampur.
        He said that work of registries would soon be resumed in other tehsils of the district.

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