Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Automated fuelling facility at HR Kalka Depot

Additional Chief Secretary, Transport Department, Haryana inaugurated the automated fuelling facility at Kalka Depot of Haryana Roadways  here today.
                Giving details, the spokesperson of the department said that the automated facility has been developed by Indian Oil Corporation for Haryana Roadways. This facility would help in monitoring and control of diesel issued to buses  and would also generate automated report according to the bus , driver and the  route. The fuelling data would be captured on real time basis, thereby the desired details  for  buswise, driver wise diesel issued could be centrally monitored from any office of Haryana Roadways or Transport department.
                The facility would also help in controlling the expenditure on diesel with detail about each and every drop of diesel.
                Director General, Haryana State Transport, Mr Vikas Gupta, Joint Transport Commissioner, Mr Samwarthak Singh, DGM, Indian Oil Corporation, Mr M.J.S. Kukreja along with the officials of the department were present on this occasion.
SBIS-2018 SCHEME: With a view to implement ‘Swachh Bharat Internship Scheme (SBIS)-2018' in all the educational institutions under Higher Education Department, Haryana  a nodal officer would be appointed and one committee would  be formed in these institutes.
          Giving details, a spokesperson of the department said this decision was taken during the meeting through video conference under the chairmanship of Secretary, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India.  The committee would guide the Student interns, would monitor the Scheme and evaluate the work done by the interns.
          He further informed that the Nodal Officer would be fully responsible and would ensure registering the students of the concerned institution in this scheme. The last date for students who wish to register is May 15.
HARYANA TO PURCHASE 280 ACRES OF LAND: Chandigarh May 9: Haryana Government has decided to purchase land measuring 280 acres, seven Kanal and three Marla situated in Karnal district adjacent to Karnal Aerodrome on voluntary basis for the renovation of Karnal Airport.
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of Civil Aviation Department said that all the interested owners of this land wishing to sell their land voluntarily have been asked to contact office of Deputy Commissioner, Karnal within one month. More details about the land could be obtained from the website
TWO IPS OFFICERS PROMOTED: The Haryana Government has promoted two IPS officers to the rank of Deputy Inspector General of Police (Super time scale) with immediate effect.
        While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that those promoted included Mr. Satender Kumar Gupta and Mr. B. Satheesh Balan.
HSCSMF PURCHASES 1.93 LAKH MT OF MUSTARD:  The Haryana State Cooperative Supply and Marketing Federation has so far purchased over 1.93 lakh metric tonnes of mustard during the current purchase season. As many as 99,501 farmers have so far been benefited with this purchase.
        While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Federation said that 42,558 metric tonnes of mustard has been purchased in district Bhiwani, 9,122.30 metric tonnes in Charkhi Dadri, 5,734.90 metric tonnes in Fatehabad, 11,635.47 metric tonnes in Gurugram, 1,418.56 metric tonnes in Nuh, 21,626.10 metric tonnes in Hisar, 1,169.10 metric tonnes in Jind, 19,142.20 metric tonnes in Jhajjar, 193.35 metric tonnes in Karnal, 24,930.34 metric tonnes in Mahendragarh, 23,227.60 metric tonnes in Rewari, 10,008.60 metric tonnes in Rohtak and 22,555.60 metric tonnes in Sirsa.

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