Park in front of Civil Surgeon House

Park in front of Civil Surgeon House

The city council has been entrusted to the grand park in front of Civil Surgeon House. The contractor who is building the park said that the park has been prepared inside the city council timeline. The estimated amount of this park was Rs. 95 lakhs. Due to the Code of Conduct for Lok Sabha elections, the park will be inaugurated in two months. Now two months later, the contractor will handover the park to the city council. After this, the City Council will set a time frame to visit the park. In the park, Mexican grass has been planted from Kolkata. Here, 58 street lights and 232 ground lights have been installed. Apart from this, swing for the children and exercise for the elderly etc. has also been arranged. Simultaneously, a cement chair has been set up to sit in the park so that people come and roam and sit in the chair and get rid of their fatigue. Guard room has also been constructed to protect the park, so that the park can be kept systematically. Electric room has also been set up for colorful lights. Various species of flowers of different species have been planted in the park. These plants will take some time to prepare, but when ready they will beat the area green. The artwork has been done in the boundary wall of the park, which has increased the beauty of the park. The speciality of this park is that the residence of the Civil Surgeon right behind the park, the Deputy Commissioner and the subdivision officer and the Sadar sub-divisional police officer residence near the park and this is in route to Gandhi Tola, Bara Nimdih and Karani Mandir, so people always cross and visit the park.

All see:- Parks in Chaibasa

Source :- Jagran

Sai Mahotsav in Chaibasa

The 12th Sai Mahotsav was held on Thursday in the Gandhi Maidan. In the morning at 9 p.m Sai Poojan was held, Maha Aarti in noon ,at 12.30 pm sai bhoj was distributed. Women and men of Chaibasa made different queue to worship and have bhoj in Gandhi Maidan, so that no devotee has to face any kind of problem in taking it. After this the huge palki sobha yatra was taken out. A large number of girls and women chanting Om Sai and walking barefoot on the journey and holding kalash on their heads. Yatra traveled through Gandhi Maidan and returned to the Gandhi Maidan, through various main square-intersections of the city. Men and women jawans were imposed on the way to avoid any problem on the way during the Palaki Yatra. Along with the devotees , Chau artists were also walking in the Palaki tour. Apart from this chau artists performed their traditional dance form sixth dance. After this time Bhajan evening was organized from 7.30 pm. In it, Ishrat Jahan from Mumbai, Shailaja ji from Delhi, Deva from Moradabad presented the song and a grand table-dance was organized by the stars of Tarun Chopra and Group Allahabad.

Source :- Jagran

Painting competition in Chaibasa

Indian People’s Theatre Association (IPTA) Chaibasa is organizing a painting competition on Martyrs’ Day of Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh from 2 p.m. on 23rd March at scout Hindi Girls High School. This competition will be organized in two groups. There will be color filling competition for Group 1, which will include students from class 3 to class 5 and drawing competition based on patriotism in Group 2, in which students from class 6 to class 8 will be there. The interested students will have to bring the painting material with them. The paper will be made available on behalf of the institution. The contribution amount for the competition has been kept at Rs. 20. Participants can enroll themselves at the venue itself. After the competition, the prize will be distributed on the said date and the presentation of patriotic songs will be done.

Source :- Jagran

47th Shree Shyam Phalgun Mahotsav

On the 47th Shree Shyam Phalgun festival, the grand procession of Shri Shyam Khatu Baba was taken from Shree Shyam Prachar Mandal on Saturday from the Karni temple. Earlier, there was a grand puja from Pandit Niranjan Sharma in Karni temple. After this maha aarthi was organized. Also, the worship of the mark was caught in the hands of all the devotees. Nishan yatra reached the Shree Shyam Mandir Prangan Amalatla via Post Office Chowk, Sadar Police Station, Jain Market Chowk, Rungta Chowk. During this time, women and children were shouting on the bare foot, “Khatu Naresh ki Jai Ho”. During this time all the devotees of devotion were walking with complete faith. On 17th March, a grand Bhajan evening will be held from 7.30 pm in the Shri Shyam Temple Pragan Amalatala. Before this, Ganesh Pujan will be lit 9 o’clock in the morning and at 6.30 jyaaras ki jyothi will lit. It will be praised by the famous hymn singers Neha Pandey, Veena Pandeya, Sonu Sharma and Kajol & Group of Madhya Pradesh and Jharkhand. Baba’s Akhand Jyoti will be held in the temple premises on 18th March with a dance drama from two o’clock in the afternoon and on March 19, the Rajasthani Holi Festival will be celebrated with Shri Khatu Naresh Shyam Baba in the temple premises. A large number of devotees including Shankar Lal Lodha, Purshottam Sharma, Shivcharan Agarwal, Harishankar Shyampuria, Shyamlal Goenka, Shyam Bihari Agarwal, Anil Murarka, Kishan Singhania, Sushil Rungta, Pradeep Agrawal, Shibu Agarwal and Sandeep Gopal were included mainly in the program.

Source :- Jagran

Oil tanker reflex in Chaibasa, villagers with police started collecting oil

The incident is about Chaibasa-Jainthgarh NH 75 near Jhingpani. Where the tanker filled with high speed diesel gets overturned and uncontrolled. Although the driver and the conductor have received minor injuries. After the accident, the oil tanker started getting leakage. On the reverse of the tanker filled with oil, the villagers took the risk of plucking their oil and risking their lives. Local children, old men, women bottles, buckets, gallons, tin cans etc. filled the oil and filled their homes.

Police also started looting oil.

When the PCR van deployed to protect the National Highway was informed about the accident, the police reached the oil tanker. At the same time, rather than refusing locals, the police jawans themselves were engaged in loading in the PCR van by filling tankers in oil gallons.


Kolhan University’s 4th convocation

 Kolhan University organised its fourth convocation in Chaibasa on Tuesday.  Droupadi Murmu, governor of Jharkhand who was the chief guest and delivered the convocation address. She emphasised on importance of research, innovation and technological advancement.

This apart vice-chancellor of Kolhan University, Shukla Mahanty; pro-vice-chancellor, Ranjit Singh; principals of colleges from across Kolhan region and students were present for the third convocation ceremony in the multipurpose hall of Tata College, Chaibasa. The vice-chancellor delivered her welcome speech highlighting the achievements of Kolhan University in the past years.

The day began with the academic procession led by Murmu along with vice-chancellor Mahanty..

” It is a historic moment. We have come a long way. Our university has achieved many milestones and now we aim to also introduce some innovative courses. From the academic session 2019-20, the Kolhan University will introduce diploma courses in yoga and value education. We expect that all our college campuses will be equipped with wi-fi network,” said Mahanty in her welcome speech.

The fourth convocation ceremony that gave out degrees to students of 2014-17 witnessed 38 students received gold medals for their academic performance across various streams. Students this year like last year were dressed in traditional attire. While boys adorned white kurta and churidar and girls were asked to come in white salwar suits. The pink Indian safa and a Santhali traditional stole the tribal as well as Indian touch to the university convocation. University officials and chancellor also wore pagdis.

Students to get Gold Medals :-

Toppers Name – Subject – College

PG – 2017

  1. Purnima Kumari Rajak – Anthropology – PG Department Ku
  2. Narottam Mahato – Bagla – Co-operative College
  3. Tapas Kumar Mahato – Bagla – Co-operative College
  4. Kartika Kumari – Botany – Department of PG
  5. Pushpa Kumari Mahato – Chemistry – PG Department Ku
  6. F Nujhat – Commerce – Kareem City College
  7. Sumit Gupta – Economics – Co-operative College
  8. Priya Kumari – English – Co-operative College
  9. Priyanka Majumdar – Geography – Workers College
  10. Monali Nayak – Geography – PG Department Ku
  11. Anju Kalindi – Hindi – JLN College Chakradharpur
  12. Jyoti Bharti – Hindi – JLN College Chakradharpur
  13. Shahin Parveen – History – Graduate College
  14. Dedicated Fulfillment – Ho – PG Department Ku
  15. Amrita – Homescience – PG Department Ku
  16. Sharmila Kumari – Kudamali – PG Department Ku
  17. Mamoni Piatadi – Mathematics – Graduate College
  18. Parvati Manjari Mohantha – Oriya – Tata College Chaibasa
  19. Priyanka Mahato – Physics – Co-Operative College
  20. Swati Kumari – Political Science Graduate College
  21. Nagma Parveen – Psychology – Graduate College
  22. Sanjita Kumari Gupta – Sanskrit – PG Department Ku
  23. Kalipada Mere – Santhali – PG Department Ku
  24. Vivek Kumar – Sociology – PG Department Ku
  25. Tarannum Begum – Urdu – Karim City College
  26. Tania Singh – Zoology – Co-operative College

Graduate 2017 Final

  1. Chanchala Bhakat – Hindi – LBSM College
  2. Devika Singh – Psychology – Kareem City College
  3. Swati Kumari – Account – ABM College
  4. Arifa Kakasha – Mathematics – Karim City College
  5. Neha Kumari – Information Technology – Mrs. K.M.P.M. College

Best Graduate: Neha Kumari – Information Technology – Mrs. KMPP Vocational College

BDS: Oishi Chatterjee – Awadh Dental College

Law 2016: Prabhat Kumar – LLB Co-operative Law College

Law 2017: Rashmi Line Chotoba – LLB Co-operative Law College

MBA – Jayshree Das – NSBIM

BEd: Geetajali Verma – B. Ed Institute of Education

BTech: Sushmita Kumari – BTech Chaibasa Engineering College

Source :- Avenue Mail , Jagran

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‘Wonder on Wheels’ will make science easier

Students of government schools in Jharkhand’s rural areas will find ease for learning science. The education department has taken initiative for this. Under which mobile laboratory has been arranged. On Saturday, two vehicles from Education Department was flagged off by MP Laxman Giluva, Deputy Commissioner Arwa Rajkamal and Deputy Development Commissioner Aditya Ranjan. Before leaving, everyone has visited this mobile laboratory.

Wonder on wheels

Through the Wonder On Wheels Laboratory Vehicle, the children of the city and village will be greatly helped in the study of science. Its use will develop in teaching of students. Government has provided 3 vehicles in the first phase under this scheme. In which two vehicles in West Singhbhum and one vehicle have been found in Deogarh. Many schoolgirls were also present on the spot. They also understood many riddles of science through experimental devices.


Passport office in Chaibasa

Indian Passport

People of West Singhbhum will not have to worry more to make passports anymore. Now, facilities for making passports can be found in the district headquarter Chaibasa. Preparing to open a passport office in the old Deputy Commissioner’s office premises of Chaibasa.
This is possible due to the efforts of District Deputy Commissioner Arwa Rajkamal and with the efforts of Deputy Development Commissioner Aditya Ranjan. Separate building is being arranged for this office. In this order, Divisional Officer Paritosh Thakur and Assistant Superintendent Post Office Pankaj Kumar inspected the jointly constructed office building on Wednesday and instructed them to complete the construction soon.

Apply for passport online here

Source :- Jagran

Tata-Kachiguda special train will run from March 4

Indian Railways

The Tata-Kachigura Special train will run from March 4 to June 25 It will be halted at 14 stations including Chaibasa, Danguwaposi, Bansapani, Jiruli, Kendujargarh, Sukinida Road, Niraj Marathapur, Bhubaneswar, Khurda Road, Brahmapur. The train will have an AC to Tier, two AC Three Tier, seven sleeper coaches and six general second class coaches. The Tata-Kachiguda Special (07439) train will open from Tatanagar every Tuesday at 10.50 pm and reach Kachiguda at 5 a.m. on Thursdays. In the opposite direction, the Kachiguda-Tata Special (07438) train will depart from Kachiguda every Tuesday at 1 a.m. and on the second day at 7:45 pm, it will reach Tatanagar.