The players of Tenshinkan Karate Do Federation of Jharkhand performed brilliantly at the 9th South Asia Hukucai Championships. This competition was held on 27th and 28th April at the Talkatora Indoor Stadium in New Delhi. In this, Aditi Gagrai from West Singhbhum district has illuminated the name of Chaibasa by winning Silver Medal in Kumite. With this victory, he ensured his place for the upcoming World Hukucai Karate Championship in Japan next August. Shihan Joe Poster Black Belt 10th Dawn World Chief Instructor Kenjut Karate International (Canada) Coach Sansai Mohan Kumar Kondak congratulated the winning player from Canada as the chief guest on the occasion and said that Aditi illuminated the name of the district and Jharkhand state. On the spot players Jai Prakash Birli, Rahul Kandir etc. were present.
On the auspicious occasion of World Earth Day on Monday, Tata College Students Union celebrated the World Earth Day at Tribal Child Welfare Hostel. The entire Tata College campus was planted in seasonal fruits and flowers. On the occasion, Tata College Students Union President Uday Murmu said that on earth day every person must plant a plant. In such a way, you can save nature and environment and also get seasonal fruits and flowers along with them. University representative Manjeet Hansda said that if one wants to keep the earth safe then it is necessary to set up a plant per person. Simultaneously, use water as much as you need. Seamal Tudu, Rajesh Hansda, Supai, Hemraj, Vishnu Jonko, Rajesh Topon, Vinod Marandi etc. were present on the spot.
The first issue of Nick Jagran, under the joint vote of Rotary Club and Chaibasa Engineering College under the first vote campaign, was conducted with a mini marathon cum voting trip from Chaibasa Post Office Chowk to Gitilipi Burdha. In this, about 150 students and students of Engineering College took part.
Rotary Club President Baljeet Singh flagged off the mini marathon. People are seen praising the students for running the race to make them aware of voting. After the marathon was completed, all the students and students were refreshed by Rotary Club in the Hotel Saffron Suites. Club officer Gurmukh Singh Khokhan said here before the refreshment voting. People should vote. Through this, they can contribute to strengthening democracy. People are being educated on behalf of Jagran. This is a commendable initiative. People repeated the resolution of pre-snacking
On the occasion college students Nishant Kumar, Dinabandhu Mandal, Mukesh Sanjay, Priyeshu, besides a large number of students were present. It should be known that Jagaran’s Votes pass will be concluded on 22nd April with the creation of human chain from seven to nine in the morning. This human chain will be made in the joint venture of Dainik Jagran and Western Singhbhum District Administration. It has appealed to all the citizens to join.
Dalmia Cement Company is keen to produce electricity from Solar Panel in Chaibasa and Chandil in Kolhan. For this, the company needs two thousand acres of land. In this regard, the company officials met the state’s industrial secretary Kamaraj Ravi Kumar and deputy regional director of Industrial Area Development Authority (JIADA) Ranjana Mishra. The officials gave information about their project. Officials of the JIADA showed the officials of Dalmia cement in Tonto and Khuntapani area of Chaibasa. Officials of the JIADA believe that they like 80 acres of land. Ranjana Mishra said that since solar panels can also take place over the water, so the officials of Dalmiya Cement were given information about Chandil Dam. Through the power grid produced from the solar panel, it will be used for use in the Dalmia Cement Factory located in Bokaro. After this the electricity which will survive will be given to the Jharkhand government.He told that Dalmia is the first company that has given the proposal to the state’s industry department and Jiyada to produce power from Solar Panel in Kolhan.
Railway Protection Force released the help line number 182 for the railway passengers on Sunday. During this, the RPF officials said that this would facilitate two to two and a half lakh passengers traveling daily and they would be able to travel safely. RPF officials said that if there are any difficulties while traveling in the train, the passengers can dial this number and get help. Will take immediate action. He told that on the train during the journey, any kind of trouble, the traveler tweeted the problem and gave information about the problem. After the information was asked to be examined by the Railway Board.
On Saturday, under the aegis of Hindu New Year Organizing Committee, school children took out Prabhat Pheri in the city and celebrated New Year. Students of Padmavati Jain Saraswati Shishya Vidya Mandir took out Prabhat Pheri with banner of Hindu New Year . Students of DPS Public School and Inter College were also present in Prabhat Pheri. Prabhat Pheri was led by Principal Dr. Dipendra Prasad Sav. On the way, various NGOs including Giants Group Chaibasa, Marwari Yuva Manch, Mahavir Mandal distributed biscuits, chocolates, sorbets and other food items among children.
During this time the children were welcomed with flowers. After the Sardar Ballabh Bhai Patel Idol in Chaibasa Chamber Park, children gave wreath to the statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Gandhi Maidan. After this, children sacrificed flowers on Shahid Bedi in Shahid Park. On the occasion, others including Jitendra Madeshia, Pratap Katiyar, Ram Avatar Ram Ravi, Pappu Pandey, Pitu Prasad, Rameshwar Vishwakarma, Harukushal Thakur, Gyan Rai, Kaushik Sarkar, Daulat Das, Dilip Sav, Vijay Ram Turi were present. At around four o’clock in the evening, Prabhat Pheri was taken out from the city on behalf of the Sangh. In Prabhat Pheri, the Sangh activists were giving good wishes to the people of the city by putting khaki pants, white shirts, black hat and greetings for the new year.
Following the direction of the state government, the Kolhan University is moving towards the Common Academic Calendar after seeing the problem of enrollment, examination and results from Choice Based Credit System (CBCS). It’s making the format. Under this, all the universities of the state will be examined for the scheduled dates and the results will be released together. The enrollment etc. will also be at the same time. Education Minister has given instructions to all the Vice Chancellors and Registrars in this regard. After the election, it is possible to have steps in this approach. Students are currently confined to examinations and results after the introduction of a Choice-based credit system in universities. This makes them very less classy. After the Common Academic Calendar is implemented, students will get more chance to do classes. Apart from this, students will not have to worry about participating in competitive examinations and for higher education. Current problem is :- If a common academic calendar does not apply, then the result of any university comes first, then someone’s later. Students have difficulty in enrolling in different courses.
The meeting of the Hindu New Year organising committee Chaibasa on Wednesday for the Hindu New Year was held. It was decided to install a new year’s best wishes in the establishments of the city and in the temples. Which was launched by placing New Year’s Best Banner at Baba Mandir. On April 6, by the Hindu New Year Organising Committee, and the schools in the city phabhat pheri will be organised. . Chocolate-water and sorbet will be distributed to children in prabhat pheri. Apart from this, flower rains will be done on students of prabhat pheri. Thereafter, wreaths and flowers will be offered on the idol of various monuments and great men of the city. In addition, during the New Year’s Eve, a grand aarti and cultural program of Bharat Mata will be organised at 6 pm in Padmavati Jain Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandir premises. In this, all the city dwellers are invited. The meeting was attended by Jitendra Mardiya, Pratap Katiyar, Ram Avtar Ram Ravi, Rameshwar Vishwakarma, Dilip Sau, Kaushik Sarkar, Pitu Prasad, Sameer Paul, Gyan Rai, Vijayram Turi and others.