CM to launch welfare scheme for girls from Chaibasa

Raghubar Das

On the sidelines of inaugurating Seher Samridhi Utsav at Harmu Ground here on Sunday, chief minister Raghubar Das ┬ásaid he will launch the Mukhyamatri Yojana from Chaibasa district on Thursday. The day-long event, organised by Ranchi Municipal Corporation, was aimed at creating awareness about existing provisions of Antyodaya schemes of among its beneficiaries. “Mukhyamantri Sukanya Yojana is aimed at providing social security and economic stability to girls from the time they are born till their marriage.” State urban development minister CP Singh, who was also present at the event, said, “We have proved our committment towards the people through our work. ”

Source :- TimesOfIndia

Chaibasa and Koderma Medical College get 643 Crore

The state government has sanctioned Rs 642.76 crore for construction of buildings of approved medical college in Chaibasa and Karma in Koderma of West Singhbhum. This amount will be used to upgrade Sadar Hospital of both the districts and arrangements for threehundred beds will also be arranged. At the same time, in government schools, the egg will be given in two days instead of three days. The government has increased the rate of four rupees per egg to six rupees.Additional Chief Secretary Sukhdev Singh said after the meeting of the Cabinet held at the Biodiversity Park (Biodiversity) park in Lalkhantanga, that Rs. 328.41 crore for Kodarma Medical College Hospital and Rs. 314.35 crore for Chaibasa Medical College Hospital has been approved. The Center has spent Rs 250-250 crore for both medical colleges and 60 per cent of this will be spent by the Central Government. On this basis, the center has given Rs 150-150 crore for both medical colleges, the state government will give the remaining amount.

Source:- LiveHindustan

“Swadeshi Mela” to be held in Gandhi Maidan, Chaibasa from 28th Jan

The meeting of Swadeshi Jagran Manch Chaibasa was held under the chairmanship of District convener Ram Avtar Ram Ravi at Padmavati Jain Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandir Amla Tola. The meeting was discussed in the upcoming indigenous fair. This year the Swadeshi Fair will be organized from 28th January to 6th February 2019 in Gandhi Maidan, cultural evening will also be organized every day along with various types of competitions for children and for college students and women. The meeting included Manish Kumar Ram, Rameshwar Vishwakarma, Pratap Katiyar, Praful Prasad, Rajesh Khandelwal, Vanshi Yadav, Rakesh Pandey, Rahul Karavana, Anant Sanyam, Gaur Chandramukhi, Jitendra Mhedsia, Venkat Chakraborty, Pankaj Khirwal, Shyamal Das and Manish Tiwari.

Source :- Jagran

Cleanliness Drive

Cleanliness March

On Wednesday morning, at 8 am, cleanliness drive started from Sadar Bazar Chowk in whole province. Giving information about this, Ramesh Khirwal, convener of the Cleaniness Campaign of the province, said that we start the day with cleanliness. In this, our day starts from cleaning the house to cleaning our body. But when we get out, there is a lot of waste in other places including the road around the road. We have to be conscious of cleanliness by improving our habit. To make people aware about this, cleanliness campaign started in the city on behalf of All India Marwari Yuva Manch. This campaign will be run by the forum throughout the city. Apart from this, a two-day meeting was concluded while discussing other issues at the forum’s meeting. Ashok Vijayvargiya, Mandal Garg, Sunita Agarwal, Anil Murarka, Rajkumar Mundhra, Purushottam Sharma, Abhishek Agarwal, Balram Sultaniya, Shyam Soni, Nand Kishore Agarwal, Vinay Agarwal, Krishna Agrawal, Neha Patwari, Deepika Agrawal, Vikash Vijayvargiya, Sachin Motika , Ajay Chetani, Akash Agarwal, Trishnu Roy, Geeta Balmuchu, Manoj Sharma, Rupesh Agarwal, Vinay Dodarajka, Prashant Mohta, Om Kedia, Narayan Padia and Sunita Agrawal were present.

Road breaker in other routes including Court Road

Now the advocates do not break the feet after becoming the RCD (Road Division) breaker ahead of Chaibasa District Bar Association. An year old demand of advocates has been completed on Friday. Under this, breakers have been made in many places in the city for increasing accidents in the city. Jharkhand State Bar Council member Anil Kumar Mahto said that several times the district administration and road division was given in writing to make the breaker. Even on the same road many advocates have been injured in the collision of vehicles. Eventually the district administration listened the matter seriously and broke the breaker. On the occasion, District Bar Association’s joint secretary Sharan Kumar Pan, senior advocate Ankur Kumar Chaudhary, Raja Ram Gupta, Member of the Road Safety Committee, etc. were present. Apart from this, breaker has been installed in other places.

Source :- Jagran

Har-Har Mahadev Seva Sangh distributed blanket in Mochisai

If the needy get a blanket to cover the needle in the cold of the storm, then no one can work for greater virtue. This time it is getting more cold. Addressing the blanket distribution ceremony organized by Har Har Mahadev Seva Sangh in Mochisai, Chaibasa, on Friday, the patron Amarpreet and Kala said. He said that the blankets that are being given to you people must use those blankets. While it is often seen that the institutions distribute blankets but people do less use. So this blanket has been given to you only. The more you use them you will be left out of the cold. On the occasion, 100 blankets were distributed by the Har-Har Mahadev Seva Sangh. On the occasion, Lalit Sharma, the outgoing president of Chaibasa Chamber, said that this blanket is being given to the needy by the Har-Har Mahadev Seva Sangh. Similarly, other institutions should also come forward and provide blankets among the needy. On the occasion, Amit Jaiswal, Vice-President, Vice-President Sanjay Pandey, Jitendra Madeshia, Sanjay Choubey, Pratap Katiyar, Pankaj Khirwal, Jai Prakash Mundhra, Shiv Bajaj, Champar Ram, Chairman of Ravidas Society Lallu Ram Ravi, Gauri Ram were present on the occasion.

Source :- Jagran

Admission starts with CBSE pattern at Esteem Public School

Esteem Public School, Chaibasa

Admission has begun from nursery to class nine in CBSE, New Delhi-based Esteem Public School Chaibasa and Esteem Public School Chaliyama. School Managing Director Dr. Manoj Kumar Jha said that on the pattern of CBSE, the students of the school are given full facilities. It has bus and hostel facilities for children to travel. Jha told that 71 students will be given their exams under the CBSE board for the first time in the matriculation examination conducted in 2019. It’s a matter of pride for this esteem public school. The school has a computer room and a large library. In this, the children will study completely and take their education.

Source :- Jagran

13 donates blood on the first day of New Year

On the first date of the new year 2019, 79th monthly blood donation and awareness camp of rotary club Chaibasa was organized at Sadar Hospital Chaibasa Blood Bank. On the occasion, Rotary President Baljit Singh Khokhar said that on the first day of the new year on January 1, what could be done more than pure donation in the interest of humanity and the charity work. Today, very good, commendable and exemplary initiative has taken place on the beginning of New Year 2019. Rotary Secretary Anil Sharma lauded all the blood donors. In the camp, 13 people, including Rotary’s former president Suneet Khirwal, , Rotract Chairperson Harshraj Mishra, Arun Kumar, Trishanu Rai, Nisar Akhtar, Deepak Sharma and two female donors Julie Kalundia and Babita Pachari started the New Year . In order to make the camp successful, Gurkhindra Khokhar, Mahesh Khatri, Harilal Rathore, Sushil Mundhra, Narendra Thakkar, Ritesh Mundhra and Blood Bank personnel have been admirably collaborated.

Source :- Jagran