Monday, May 31, 2010

Shiv Raman Gaur honours journalists

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National champ Praveen upset

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In one of the biggest upsets in Indian sport climbing history, eight-time national champion Praveen CM of Karnataka was pushed to third place in the Men’s Open Lead Climbing Competition for the Mussoorie Cup on Sunday. The event was organised by Indian Mountaineering Foundation in association with ITBP (Indo Tibetan Border Police).
The Mussoorie Cup is one of ten IMF Cup events, at the end of which the champion will be decided on aggregate points.
The Mussoorie Cup was won by Kharak Singh of ITBP, while Azil from Maharashtra was second. Sixty-one climbers from all over the country took part, with the Army, Navy and ITBP sending their teams.

63.98 lakh to excercise their franchise on June

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 31

As many as 63.98 lakh electorates will exercise their franchise on June 6 and 12, 2010 to elect 3,971 Sarpanches and 38,596 Panches in 13 districts of Haryana.
While stating this here today, State Election Commissioner, Haryana, Mr Dharam Vir said that 12,566 polling booths have been set up for the smooth conduct of gram panchayat elections in the State. Besides Sarpanches and Panches, 1,792 members of Panchayat Samitis and 244 members of Zila Parishads would also be elected during this election process.
He said that fool-proof arrangements of security, electricity and water had already been made at all polling booths. Additional security arrangements have also been made at sensitive and hyper sensitive polling stations. To ensure fair and peaceful conduct of panchayat elections in the State, arrangements of supervisors and police teams have been made in such a manner that they might patrol each polling booth every hour and could reach a polling booth within 10 to 15 minutes in case of any unexpected incident, he added.
Mr Dharam Vir appealed to all the electorates that they must cast their votes in the elections to elect village representatives, as panchayat elections are the base of the democracy. Polling for panchayat elections would start at 7:30 a.m. and continue upto 4 p.m. in whole of the State. He directed all the Deputy Commissioners and Superintendents of Police that close relatives of the candidates should not be put on election duty so as to ensure fair elections.

USA fellowship to Sandeep Rana of CCHAU

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by Haryananewswire
Chandigarh, May 31

Sandeep Rana, a student of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (CCSHAU), Hisar has received American fellowship to study in the USA. Under the fellowship, he will pursue post-graduate study at University of Arkansan, USA.
Rana, who is son of Dr. R.S. Rana, Associate Director Training at the CCS Haryana Agricultural University, is pursuing M.Sc. studies under the guidance of Dr. S.K. Sehravat, a scientist in the Department of Horticulture of the University.
According to Dr. V.P. Ahlawat, Head, Department of Horticulture, Mr. Rana would be getting tuition fee waiver and free health insurance apart from $15,000 per annum as assistantship. He said that at University of Arkansas, he would be working under the guidance of Dr. Jason K. Norshworthy of the Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences.
Dr. S.S. Pahuja, Dean, College of Agriculture congratulated Mr. Sandeep Rana for this distinction and wished him all success in life.

Inmates of Bal Sadan guests at Sukriti Workshop

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)

The concluding day of six-day Sukriti Workshop at DAV Senior Public School, Surajpur, Pinjore was marked with a remarkable difference as the children of Personality Development and Social Service Workshop were apprised of the unconditional love and concern, the inexplicable value of milk of human kindness for the deprived and needy during the workshop.
Inmates of Bal Sadan, Sector-12-A, Panchkula were invited to the school as guests, bestowed upon with hearty love, affection, gifts and whole lot of entertainment by the students and staff of personality development and social service camp. The motive being to bring smile on the faces of all children of Bal Sadan.
The students of our school presented colourful cultural programme in front of Bal Sadan guests and they also danced with the school students of the latest tunes of the songs like.. maujia hi mauja, nagada..nagada.. race hai sanso ki…. Inmates of the bal sadan also gave their performance on the stage by singing poems and patriotic songs.
The school students presented gifts like school bags, water bottles , fruits etc to the inmates of bal sadan.
Speaking on the occasion Principal R.P.Anand highlighted the fact that every soul has an access to the bounties of the God and the children are those angles of God, who can distribute the love and smile evenly and unbiased to the less fortunate. Earlier the workshop had been emphasizing on grooming the children personality, mentally and socialy. Social manners and etiquettes confidence enhancement excercises, music, singing, lecture of health and hygiene have been a part of this workshop during the last seven days.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

BD Sharma PGIMS to fill up 87 vacant posts

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 25

Pt.B.D.Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak has invited applications from the eligible Medical Graduate to fill up 87 vacant posts of Senior/Junior House Surgeon in various departments of the institution.
While stating this today, a spokesman of the Institute said that applicant should apply on prescribed proforma which is obtainable from the counter of the office of the Medical Superintendent, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak.
Applications complete in all respect should reach the office of the Medical Superintendent, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak by June 22, 2010, he added.
The spokesman said that all the candidates should report in the office of the Medical Superintendent, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak for interview at 10 a.m. on June 29 and in case holiday was declared on this date, interview would be held on the next working day. Second counseling would be held on July 5, 2010 for vacant seats, if any. No separate interview letters would be sent for the same.

Kalka SDM inaugurates Sukriti Workshop

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)

The seven-day 17th Sukriti Workshop began with an aplomb at D.A.V. Senior Public School, Surajpur. Aiming at the character and personality development of children, the workshop was inaugurated by S.D.M., Kalka , Sh. Yogesh Kumar amidst shloka uchhaaran, lightening of lamp and a melodious welcome song by the students.
Principal Sh. R.P. Anand in his welcome speech to Mr. Yogesh Kumar, SDM, Kalka, also apprised the students of the Salubrious effects of the workshop, saying that he as the head of the institution targeted not only at eh academic excellence but the entire grooming of the personality and character of his students.
Sh. Yogesh Kumar expressing his delight at such a unique effort by school, also urged the staff to raise issues like Female feticide , gender equality , HIV Positive in the workshop to sensitize the children of such problems prevailing in the society.
The workshops to be taken up during the camp would be yoga, civil defence, computers, art & craft, dance & music, literary skills, health and nutrition and karate.
Co-ordinator Dr. Mrs. Renu Sood motivated the students to make hay while the sun shines, make the most of such workshops that came their way as, they would help them exploring the new dimensions of life.
Similarly Mrs. Shashi Gupta Co-ordinator Curricular Activities expressed her views by saying that ‘Every child has an inborn talent and Sukriti Workshop serves as an excellent platform to explore and hone that talent, thus following religiously the newly introduced CCE system in education.

Monday, May 24, 2010

B Tech courses in Mewat Engg College

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 24
Mewat Engineering College (WAKF), Palla, tehsil Nuh, district Mewat has invited applications for admission to various B.Tech. Courses 2010-11.
While stating this today, a spokesman of the Board said that the courses offered by the College included Computer Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Electronic and Communication Engineering.
The prospectus containing application forms could be obtained from the college counter, office of Administrator, Haryana WAKF Board, Sohna Road, Gurgaon, Head Office of Haryana WAKF Board, Ambala Cantt. and library of Hazrat Boo Ali Shah Kalander Dargah, Panipat. The applications should be submitted by June 30, 2010, he added.
Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra has invited applications for admission to MBA 5-year Integrated Practice Oriented Programme, B.A.LLB. (Hons.) 5-year Integrated Course, Bachelor of Hotel Management and Catering Technology (BHM&CT) 4-year Course and Bachelor in International Hospitality Business Management (BIHBM) 4-year Course.
While stating this today, a spokesman of the University said that the prospectus containing application forms for these courses would be available for sale from May 25 and applications complete in all respect should be submitted in the office of Director/Chairperson of the concerned institute/department by June 16.

MDU admission notice to various courses

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 24

The Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak has issued admission notice for admission to various post-graduate courses, five-year integrated courses and diploma courses to be conducted at various educational departments of the University and P.G. Regional Centre, Mirpur, Rewari.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the University said that the courses which were available at P.G. Regional Centre, Mirpur, Rewari included M.A. in English and History, M.Com and M.Sc. in Mathematics. Applications for admission to the courses available at P.G. Regional Centre Mirpur should be submitted to the Director, P.G. Regional Centre, Mirpur, Rewari.
Referring to the courses being conducted in the MDU premises, he said that admission to some courses would be made by holding an entrance test and to some courses without entrance test. The courses for which entrance test would be held include M.A. in English, Economics, Geography, Journalism, Mass Communication and Psychology; M.Sc. in Bio-Chemistry, Genetics, Botany, Environmental Science, Environmental Biotechnology, Zoology, Medical Biotechnology, Bio-Informatics, Agricultural Biotechnology, Food Technology, Biotechnology, Medical Lab Technology, Forensic Science, Fermentation and Microbial Technology, Microbiology, LLM, M.P.Ed and B.P.Ed., Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Mathematics with Computer Science.
The courses to which admission would be made without holding entrance test included M.Com, Master in Retail Management, M.Lib and Information Science, M.Sc. in Statistics, M.A. in Hindi, Defence Studies, Fine Arts, Sanskrit, Music, Political Science, Public Administration, History, Education, Social Science, P.G. Diploma in Translation, P.G. Diploma in Remote Sensing and G.I.S., Certificate course in Urdu, 3-year Advance Diploma in Dance and Certificate course in Harmonium, 5-year Integrated Course in Mathematics (Hons.), Economics (Hons.) and Commerce and 6-year Integrated Course in Visual Arts (Painting).
The last date for submitting applications for the courses conducted by MDU Rohtak would be June 14.

GJUST invites applications for professional/job-oriented courses

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 24

Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar has invited applications for admission to 34 professional and job–oriented courses for the session 2010-11.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the University said that the courses for which applications had been invited included M.Tech. Courses–Computer Science and Engineering, Environmental Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Print and Graphic Communication, Nano Science and Technology, Optical Engineering, Food Engineering and Geo–Informatics. M.Pharma Courses–Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy. Master of Physiotherapy–Musculoskeletal Disorders, Sports, Neurological Disorders and Pediatric Physiotherapy and Bachelor of Physiotherapy. M.Sc. Courses–Applied Psychology, Biotechnology, Nano Science and Technology, Industrial Microbiology, Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Food Technology, Mass Communication, Mathematics, Physics and Advertising Management and Public Relations. P.G. Diploma Courses–Post-Graduate Diploma in Web Designing and Animation, Post-Graduate Diploma in Tourism PR, Post-Graduate Diploma in Defence Journalism and Post-Graduate Diploma in Pigment and Technology.
The spokesman said that the prospectus containing application forms would be available for sale from May 31. The applications complete in all respect should be submitted to the Chairperson of the Department concerned by June 29, he added.

JRF for Jogender Singh and Swati Shalini

Jogender Singh and Swati Shalini who bagged Junior Research Fellowship 2010 of the Department of Biotechnology, Union Ministry of Science & Technology.
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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Making a record breaking achievement, two students of the Department of Biotechnology and Molecular Biology (BMB) of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (CCSHAU), Hisar have bagged Junior Research Fellowship 2010 of the Department of Biotechnology, Union Ministry of Science and Technology.
According to Dr. Santosh Dhillon, Dean, College of Basic Sciences of the university, the two students of the Department of Biotechnology and Molecular Biology have, for the first time, got a place in the merit list of the DBT-JRF 2010 examination conducted at the National level. She said that Jogender Singh and Swati Shalini had scored second and 80th rank respectively in the said exam in category A merit list.
She said that both the students had also cleared CSIR-NET and GATE examinations recently scoring 6th and 18th (Jogender Singh) and 94th and 54th (Swati Shalini) ranks respectively.
Dr. Dhillon said that the Department of Biotechnology and Molecular Biology (BMB) which was established in 1997 at the university was known for its excellence in research and teaching. Most of the students passed out from this Department had been occupying responsible positions in the prestigious institutes and universities at the national and international levels, she added.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Names of elected members of MCs notified

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 23
The State Election Commission, Haryana has notified the names of the elected members for the Municipal elections held on May 20.
While stating this here today, the State Election Commissioner, Mr Dharam Vir said that Municipal Corporation Faridabad, 10 Municipal Councils, namely Palwal, Fatehabad, Tohana, Hansi, Jind, Narwana, Thanesar, Narnaul, Sirsa, Sonipat and 28 Municipal Committees, namely Naraingarh, Charkhi Dadri, Ratia, Sohna, Barwala, Jhajjar, Safidon, Cheeka, Gharaunda, Taraori, Assandh, Nissing, Shahabad, Ladwa, Pehowa, Mahendragarh, Nuh, Ferozpur Jhirka, Hodal, Punhana, Samalkha, Bawal, Meham, Kalanwali, Ellenabad, Rania, Gohana and Ganaur went to poll on May 20.
The candidates who have been declared elected for Faridabad Municipal Corporation include Jagan Dagar, Shashi Bala, Dharamveer Khatana, Rajender Bhamla, Mukesh Sharma, Om Wati, Maya Sharma, Sanyogita, Mahinder Singh, Mahesh mani, Kavita Azad, Ashok Arora, Puran Devi, Charu Gosain, Yogesh Kumar Dhingra, Mamta Bhardwaj, Satish Kumar, Itwari, Raj Bala, Pratibha Yadav, Om Parkash, Ajay Singh, Devender Singh, Sunder, Rohit Singla, Anil Kumar Sharma, Som Nath Malhotra, Kailashwanti Malhotra, Dropti Adlakha, Kuldeep, Anita Goswami, Rao Ram Kumar, Rajender Prashad, Dheerender Singh and Kamal Yadav.
1. Naraingarh District Ambala: Baikunth Nath, Anita Devi, Santosh, Amit Walia, Surjit Kumar, Lachhi Ram, Saroj Bala, Sharvan Kumar, Jatender Singh, Sanjeev Kumar, Om Parkash, Shaminder Kaur and Saroj Kumari.
2. Charkhi Dadri District Bhiwani: Kiran Bala, Virender, Ram Niwas, Ajit Singh, Jai Singh, Anand alias Anand Kumar, Bimla Devi, Madhu Devi, Chander Kalan, Parveen Saini, Sunder, Jyoti, Subhash, Manoj Kumar, Bakshi Saini, Khazani Devi, Babli, Shri Bhagwan and Naresh Kumar.
3. Ratia District Fatehabad: Jaspal Singh, Grujant Singh, Surender Kaur, Ram Tej, Banta, Jai Bhagwan, Parmod Kumar, Baldev Kaur, Ramesh Kumar, Bajrang Lal, Usha Rani, Isha, Kusham Rani, Chander Kala, Baldev Singh, Devinder Kumar and Bhal Singh.
4. Fatehabad District Fatehabad: Gopal Krishan, Chanchal Rani, Madan Lal, Jaswant Singh, Subhash, Ramesh Chander Gilhotra, Shakuntla Rani, Sushila Rani, Chander Kanta, Virender Kumar Narang, Raj Kumar, Suman , Vazir Singh Jakhar, Jyoti, Surender Kumar, Sunita, Lalit Kumar, Sunil Kumar Bansal, Darshan Lal, Balwant and Kulwant Singh.
5. Tohana District Fatehabad: Anu, Monika Rani, Raj Pal, Gurmeet Singh, Suresh Rani, Amit, Rajinder Kumar, Satya Rani, Manju, Ram Kumar, *Kamla, Ishar, Naval Singh, Rameshwar, Rajiv Kumar, Naib Singh, Kanchan Rani, Amita, Neeru, Balbir Sharma and Ramesh Chand.
6. Sohna District Gurgaon: Omparkash, Ram Parsad, Munesh Yadav, Anju, Ved Kala, Sangam, Manish Kumar, Balu Ram, Raman Lal, Anil, Harish Nanda , Brij Bhushan Goyal, Palak, Vijay Kumar and *Roshni.
7.Barwala District Hisar: Babita, Mani Ram, Asha Rani, Satya Narain, Gyan Singh, Rajesh Kumar, Gain Chand, Pal Singh, Kavita, Suman, Sunita, *Santosh Rani, Maya Devi, *Mani Ram, Ramesh, Raj Kumar, Ramesh Kumar, Rajender and Ram Kumar.
8. Hansi District Hisar: Navdeep, Hari Ram, Mahesh, Kuleep alias Suman Sharma, Rina alies Rita, Ami Lal, Rakesh, Dimple, Anil, Govind, Surender Sachdeva, Bimla Devi, Raj Rani, Billo Rani, Dalip Singh, Santosh, Ganga Devi, Manju, Ashish, Parveen Allawadhi
Saneh Lata, Rinku, Mukesh Kumar, Pinki Gaba and Krishan.
9.Jhajjar District Jhajjar: Anil, Jai Singh, Ishwar Singh, Shishupal, Pushpa Devi, Urmila Devi, Dinesh, Nahar Singh, Urmila Devi, Renu, Minakshi, Manju Devi, Virender, Savita Devi, Sant Ram, Kishor, Tek Chand, Babli and Bhoodev.
10.Safidon District Jind: Niranjan Lal, Hemlata, Manoj Kumar, Naresh Kumar, Ram Ratti, Rameshwar Dass, Rakesh Kumar, Roshan Lal, *Shalini, Pushpa Devi, Mahesh Kumar, Aruna Jain, Anil Kumar, Narender Pal and Vikash Kumar.
11.Jind District Jind: Gurbachan Singh, Santosh, Sunita Rani, Ramesh Chander, Harpal Singh, Bala Rani, Ramesh Kumar, Kuldeep Singh, Ishwar Singh, Gulshan Kumar Ahuja, Roop Ram, Rakesh Kumar, Harphool Singh, Harish Kumar, Vinod Kumar Ashri, Kamla Devi, Rekha, Vijender Kumar, Parveen Kumar , *Jasmer, Shyam Lal, Chander Pati, Patasho Devi, Sudesh Devi, Sudhir kaushik, *Mukesh, Zile Singh
Smt.Santosh, Anju, Mani Ram and Vidya Wati.
12.Narwana District Jind: Dharm Pal, Subhash Chand, Dharmbir, Phooli Devi, Rohtash, Gunita Rani, Kailash Kumar, Vinita, Bhagwan Dass, Raj Kumar, Balwan Singh, Bharat Bhushan, Mukesh Devi, Mukesh, Ram Pal, Karamvir, Sunita, Ganga Singh, Ram Partap, Randhir Singh and Ram Rati.
13.Cheeka District Kaithal: Tek Chand, Avtar Singh, Baljeet Singh, Uday Singh, Kiran Rani, Sukhwinder Kaur, Om Parkash, *Sushma, Malkeet Kaur, Santosh Devi, Sarabjit, Rimpal Rani, Gopal Chand, Jai Parkash, Asha Rani, Surjit Singh and Poonam Saini.
14.Sonepat District Sonepat: Jai Kanwar, Rekha, Ravinder Kumar, Santosh, Sushma, Seema, Vimal Kishore, Shakuntla, Manoj Kumar, Jaipal Singh, Asha Rani, Govind Lal, Veena Rani, Rajender Chandana, Santosh Arora, Indu, Manjeet Singh, Sadhana, Satnarain, Norang Saini, Sunaina Kohli, Parmod, Atul, Parveen Kumar , Munesh, Santhosh Kundu, Shri Niwas, Surender, Rakesh Kumar, Suresh Kumar and Poonam Malik.
15.Gohana District Sonepat: Anil Kumar, Raja, Geeta Goel, Sushama, Savitri, Rajesh, Inderjeet, Banka Bihari, Ved Parkash, Shashi Kumar, Rubey, Jyoti Sethi, Mahesh Kumar, Vinod Kumar, Hoshiara, Radhey Shyam, Jorawar Singh, Krishan Kumar, Meena Kumari, Om Pati and Rajbir.
16.Ganaur District Sonepat: Umed Singh, Satish Jain, Rameshwar Duss, Babita, Neelam, Birmati, Dhanwanti Saroj Bala, Geeta Devi, Dinesh Kumar, *Vidya Bhushan, *Usha, Hari Ram, Shekhar Chand Jain and Naresh Kumar.
17.Gharaunda District Karnal: Ram Singh, Azad Singh, Jai Bhagwan, Subhash Chand Gupta, Neelam, Kanwaljit, Gurcharan Singh, Sunita, Balwan, Sangita Rani, Kulwant Kaur, Shyama, Jasbir Kaur, Bimla, Raj Kumar, Saroj Bala and Kuldeep Singh.
18.Taraori District Karnal: Kamal Sharma, Parveen Rani, Rekha Rani, Indu Rani, Viriender Bansal, Prem Chand, Mukesh Rani, Mehar Singh, Gursharan Singh Garewal, Ram Singh, *Man Mohan Kaur, Hardayal Singh, Bhagwanti Devi, Bhagwan Dass and Om Parkash Malhotra.
19.Assandh District Karnal: Sunil Kumar, Laxmi, Raj Rani, Rajesh Kumar, Basanti Devi, Harbir Singh, *Babu Ram, Shamsher Singh, Bateri Devi, Malak Singh, Deepak Kumar, Balvinder Singh ,*Banarshi Dass, Jagdish Chand and Usha Rani.
20.Nissing District Karnal: Baljinder Kaur, Sunita, Pawan Kumar, Nagesh, Vimla Devi, Surinder, Mamta Rani, Naresh Kumar, Baldev Singh, Harpreet Singh, Krishan Saroop, Roshni Devi and Gulab Singh.
21.Ladwa District Kurukshetra: Bhagwanti, Darshan Lal, Karamjit Kaur, Raspinder Kaur, Kaushlaya Devi, Devender Man, Bhim, Harinder Singh, Vijay, Ratan Lal, Ramesh Chand, Pooja, Somi Devi, Anil Kumar and Vijesh Kumar.
22.Thanesar District Kurukshetra: Mohinder Pal, Indu Bajaj, Gaurav Sharma, Narender Sharma, Deepak Kumar, Priti Kohli, Sapna, Gopal, Kamlesh Rani Wadhwa, Mahinder Kumar, Govardhan Dass, Kamlesh Rani, Darbara Singh, Mohal Lal, Vishal Sharma, Satish Kumar, Neeru, Kiran, Uma Sudha, Surender Singh, Mukand Lal, Deepak Kumar, Raj Gaur, Om Parkash, Yashpal, Anil Kumar, Navneet Teka, Manju Rani, Vivek Mehta, Kamlesh and Anju.
23.Shahabad District Kurukshetra: Tarlochan Singh, Karam Singh, Ram Sharan, Rajni, Seema Singla, Gulshan Kumar, Sudarshan Kumar, Nisha, Balihar Singh, Sukhvinder Singh, Baldev Raj, Ranjit Kaur, Aarti, Harish Kumar Kwatra, Sangita, Mamta Kwatra and Vishnu Bhagwan.
24.Pehowa District Kurukshetra: Pooja Rani, Varsha Rani, Kanwar Amrit, Mahender Singh, Ravinder Kumar, Anil Kumar, Mahak Rani, Krishan Kumar, Rekha Kaushik, Anil Kumar, Narinder Kumar, *Taran Dass, Surender Kumar, Daljeet Singh, Sheela Devi, Anil Kumar and Gita Rani.
25.Mahendergarh District Mahendergarh at Narnaul: Bijender Singh, Munni Devi, Manju Devi, Krishana Devi, Ramesh, Suman Devi,Shailender Singh, Bhagat Singh alias Bhagtu, Narender Kumar, Banshi Lal, Rajender Parshad, Babita, Rajbala, Vijay Kumar and Surender Kumar alias Banti.
26.Narnaul District Mahendergarh at Narnaul: Dharambir, Geeta, Dhapli Devi, Manju, Mahabir Parsad, Anjna Aggarwal, Nirmla Devi, Anand Sawrup, Bhuri Devi, Bimla Devi, Partap, Narender, Satish Kumar, Sachin, Devkaran, *Rasmi, Laxmi Devi, Rajender, Banwari Lal, Rekha, Daya Nand, Kamla Devi and Kanwar Singh.
27.Ferozepur Jhirka District Mewat at Nuh: Usman Khan, Pushpa Devi, Birmati, *Manoj, Khurshid Ahmed, Raj Kumar, Ram Lal, Ramesh Chand, Parkash, Raj, Arjun Dev, Shashi and *Suman.
28.Nuh District Mewat at Nuh: Rasidan, Hari Chand, Babu Ram, Sanjay Kumar, Sunny, Ayub, *Salman, Kesh Nandan, Rati Devi, Urmila, Harsta, Mohan and Arti Devi.
29.Punhana District Mewat at Nuh: Mohd Imran, Sher Mohd, Anwari, Sahabuddin, Vikash, Mangtu, Kamruddin, Jubaida, Najbunisha, Santa, Tulsiram, Sushila and *Saddik.
30.Hodal, District Palwal: Rajan, Rambir, Hari Singh, Nand Kishore, Vijay Pal, Hemant Kumar Jain, Asha, Satish Kumar, Kamlesh, Jadish, Virender Singh, Sudha, Mamta, Rajender, Urmila, Nirmal and Brijvala Goyal.
31.Palwal, District Palwal: Pawan Bhadna, Satender, Mahender Singh, Maya Devi, Suresh, Pardeep Kumar, Sunil Dutt, Stender, Sushma Virmani, Sashi, Mindro, Sanjay Kumar, Subash Chand, Pawan Kumar, Renu Bala, Manoj Kumar, Subash, Parvesh Parashar, Randeep Singh, Kiran, Veena Devi, Ramesh Chand, Munish Bhardwaj, Natter Pal, Krishan Pal, Mahender Kumar, Prem Sagar, Seema devi, Rukmani, Hemlata and Asha Rani.
32.Samalkha District Panipat: Anil Kumar, Sudesh, Rajinder, Krishan Kumar, Kusum Lata, Suresh Kumar, Dayawanti, Ramesh, Jai Kumar alias Jai Kunwar, Sumitra Devi, Kulbhushan, Sunita, Renu Jain, Rani and Rajesh.
33.Bawal District Rewari: Shiv Narain, Dinesh, Virender Singh, Raj Bala, Hira Singh, Kamla, Chander Pal, Manju Devi, Gyanwati, Neelam, Jugal Kishore, Sumer Singh and Rati Ram.
34.Meham District Rohtak: Ishwar Singh, Ramphal, *Sawity, Somnath, Omparkash, Sunita, Narender, *Navin Kumar, Anju Bala, Jagbir Singh, Sunita Rani, Parkasho and Subash.
35.Rania District Sirsa: Bakshish Ram, Amarjeet Kaur, Gurdev Ram, Prem Kumar, Neelam Rani, Sudarshan Kumar, Harjinder Singh, Satnam Singh, Avtar Singh, Gurmeet Singh, Nisha, Ajmer Singh, Gurpal Kaur, Balwan and Malkeeto.
36.Sirsa District Sirsa: Rajinder Kumar, Mithu Ram, Ramesh Kumar, Ranjit Kaur, Krishna, Krishan Lal, Madhu Bala, Namita, Atma Ram, Angrej, Santosh, Raj Dulari, Brij Lal, Kamlesh Sachdeva, Rama, Neeru Rani, Gurdayal, Suresh Kumar, Rohit Kumar,
Sita Ram, Lila Dhar, Baljeet Kaur, Chandro Devi, Om Parkash, Rajender, Paramjeet Kaur, Jaini Bai, Rajesh Kumar, Pardeep, Rajender Kumar and Ram Niwas.

37.Kalanwali District Sirsa:
Jagsir Chand, Rani Devi, Raj Rani, Baldev Singh, Kalu Ram, Ved Parkash, Shalu, Madhu, Lakhvir Kaur, Rajeev Kumar, Rajesh Kumar, Jagsir Singh and Bhura Singh.
38.Ellenabad District Sirsa: Ramchander, Simran, Radheyshyam, Harbhajan Kaur, Sukhwinder Kaur, Nachhatar Singh, Arjun Dass, Dharmpal Gumbar, Manju, Kanta, Sushma Rani, Raghuvir Singh, Richhpal Singh, Jagdish Rai, Devidan, Naresh Kumar andAnil Kumar.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Six HAU students bag JRF awards

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 22
Six students of Veterinary College of CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar have bagged Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR).
According to Dr. A.K. Pruthi, Dean, College of Veterinary Sciences, six B.V.Sc. students namely Parveen, Amit Kumar, Amresh Kumar, Mahak Singh, Arvind Kumar Yadav and Naresh Lehkra of the college scoring 7, 27, 41, 49, 53 and 54 rank respectively in the national level competitive exam conducted by the ICAR have been selected for the JRF.
He said that under the fellowship they will pursue post graduate studies in the disciplines of Veterinary and Animal Sciences.He said that two other students namely Jitender Yadav and Vikram SIngh with 104 and 202 rank respectively had also qualified the exam for placement.
While congratulating them he saidthat these meritorious students have brought laurels to the faculty of Veterinary College as well as the university.

Friday, May 21, 2010

Haryana Sanskrit Academi invites applications

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 21

Haryana Sanskrit Akademi has invited entries/ applications from Haryana resident writers, scholars and literary institutions for giving them awards under various schemes.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Akademi said that Maharshi Balmiki Award, Maharshi Ved Vyas Award, Maharshi Bann Bhatt Award would be given to the litterateurs of Sanskrit language under 'Sahityakaron ka Abhinandan' scheme and Guru Virjanand Acharya Award, Vidya Martand Pt. Sita Ram Shastri Acharya Award and Pt. Udhishthir Mimansak Acharya Award would be given to the Principals of Gurukuls and Sanskrit Schools under 'Acharyaon ka Abhinandan' scheme. The Sanskrit Books published between April 1, 2009 and March 31, 2010 would also be given award under 'Sanskrit Pustak Puraskar Yojana'. Financial assistance would also be given to the unpublished manuscripts of Sanskrit or Hindi for their publication under Book Publication Grant scheme.
The entries/applications should reach the Akademi by July 31, 2010, he added.

Senior Secondary results on May 24

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 21

The result of Senior Secondary (Educational and Vocational) Examinations-March 2010 conducted by the Haryana School Education Board, Bhiwani will be declared on May 24.
While stating this today, a spokesman of the Board said that students could get their result at helpline-01664-254000, and and BSNL (SMS):- hr12Send to 56666 from 6 a.m. on May 24.
He said that the Heads of Senior Secondary (Educational) Schools could get gazette of their schools from the office of concerned District Education Officer (DEO) or from the institution recommended by DEO at 11 a.m. on May 24 and they would ensure that the gazettes were available in the schools by 3 p.m. on the same day so that students could see their results in the school.
The spokesman said that on the basis of this result, the students who are to take re-appear examination-September 2010 could send their application form to the Board either by hand or by post by June 14 without late fee and by June 21 with a late fee of Rs 100, by June 28 with a late fee of Rs 300 and by August 2 with a late fee of Rs 1,000. After these dates, no application forms would be accepted by the Board except Result Late (RL) cases. In RL cases, the students could send their application forms within 20 days of the declaration of their results, he added.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Applications invited for health workers basic course

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)

The Director Health Services, Haryana has invited applications on plain paper from Haryana resident male candidates for admission to one year Multipurpose Health Workers (Male) Basic Course for the session 2010.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Health Department said that the course would be conducted in State Health and Family Welfare Training Centre, Rohtak and Multipurpose Health Worker (Male) School General Hospital, Sonipat.
He said that minimum qualification for admission in the course was matriculation from Board of School Education, Haryana or its equivalent with at least 50 per cent marks, 45 per cent marks in case of Scheduled Castes/Backward Classes/Handicapped and for ex-Servicemen/children of disabled and discharged military personnel. General Science including Biology and Hindi up to Matric standard was compulsory. No extra weightage would be given for higher qualification.
Candidates seeking admission to the course should not be less than 16 years and more than 27 years of age as on June 16, 2010, he added.
The spokesman said that applications on plain paper in the prescribed proforma should reach the office of the Director Health Services, Haryana by June 16, 2010.
Veterinary College of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (CCSHAU), Hisar has invited applications from Haryana resident candidates for admission to two-year Veterinary and Livestock Development Diploma (VLD Diploma) Course 2010-11.
While stating this today, a spokesman of the College said that prospectus containing application forms could be obtained from the counter of the College from May 24 to June 30, 2010 and by June 17 by post. The applications complete in all respect should be submitted to the office of Dean of the College by June 23 and by June 30 with a late fee of Rs 100.
The spokesman said that the candidates seeking admission to this course should be at least matriculate or equivalent from a recognised Board/University with minimum 70 per cent marks. Ten per cent concession in the marks would be given to the Scheduled Castes students. The candidates should not be less than 16 years and more than 22 years of age (27 years is the maximum age limit for Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes) as on June 30, 2010.
Admissions to this course would be made on the basis of merit in the Entrance Test to be held on July 25, he added.

Cut of date for LTC for pensioners in Haryana

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The Haryana Government has clarified that in the current block of four years (2008-2011), the cut off date for reckoning the age of pensioners for the payment of travel allowance (one month's pension) to them would be December 31, 2009 for the pensioners of age group of 80 years and above and 70 to 80 years and for the pensioners of age group of below 70 years, it would be December 31, 2010.
Similarly, in the block year (2012-15), December 31, 2011 would be cut off date for eligibility for the pensioners in the age group of 90 years and above, December 31, 2012 for the pensioners in the age group of 80 years and above, December 31, 2013 for the pensioners in the age group of 70 to 80 years and December 31, 2014 for the pensioners in the age group of below 70 years.
A letter to this effect has been issued by the Chief Secretary, Mrs Urvashi Gulati.
It may be mentioned that the State Government had already implemented a new scheme of Leave Travel Concession (LTC) for its pensioners on the pattern of the State Government employees.
Under the scheme, one month's pension is admissible to the State Government pensioners in a block year of four years in lieu of LTC / HTC facility.
The pension to the pensioners of age group of 90 years and above shall be disbursed along with the regular pension for the month of January in the first year of the block of four years, the pension to the pensioners of age group of 80 years and below 90 years shall be disbursed along with the regular pension for the month of January in the second year of the block of four years, the pension to the pensioners of age group of 70 years and below 80 years shall be disbursed along with the regular pension for the month of January in the third year of the block of four years and pension to the pensioners of age group of below 70 years shall be disbursed along with the regular pension for the month of January in the fourth year of the block of four years.
During the current block of four years 2008-2011 (1.1.2008 to 31.12.2011), the pension to the pensioners of age group of 80 years and above shall be disbursed in the year ending on 31.12.2009. The pensioners above 70 years and below 80 years would be disbursed travel allowance along with the pension for the month of January 2010 and for the pensioners below 70 years, the travel allowance would be paid along with their pension for the month of January 2011.

Farewell party at Shree Ram Institute of Technical Education

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A farewell party was organised at Shree Ram Institute of Technical Education, Mouli, Barwala for the outgoing students of final semister by the students of second year. A colourful programme was presented at the occasion. Students of second year marked the theme "Kabhi alvida Na Kehna" to seniors.
The function started with shalok ucharan followed by lamp lightning by President Mr. Harish Mittal and vice-president Mrs. Asha Kiran. Colourful balloons having the message of best of luck were released.
The students experienced wonderful feeling when they were awarded with job placement letters of reputed companies. Senior students presented their hidden talent in the ramp walk and faced a series of questions to be answered by them.
Vishal Sharma bagged the title of Srite and title of Ms. Srite was bagged by Anjul Sharma. Junior students also presented hip hop dance, songs, quiz and antakshari. On the demend of the students Rajini was presented by guest Raj Pal Yadav. The farewell party was concluded by dance,dinner and fireworks.
Vice-President Mrs. Asha Kiran showered her blessings to the students.

Form a composite force: Dr MS Malik

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Un-thoughtful offer of Union Home Minister for peaceful talks with Maoists particularly after the second biggest crime against humanity within a period of almost one month and ten days, says former Haryana DGP
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Former Haryana Director General of Police Dr M S Malik has suggested formation of a special task force to deal with the terrorists humanity with an iron hand. Giving details about the formation of the STF, Dr Malik explained that Government of India should immediately constitute a Special Task Force consisting of 40 per cent ex-servicemen of different wings of Indian Army up to middle level ranks and 60 per cent of existing CRPF personnel.
He further suggested that the proposed composite force should be raised/constituted after through screening as some of the CRPF personnel including one officer of DIG rank were allegedly found to be involved in illegal and unethical acts of sale of fire arms and ammunition to the so called terrorists in the guise of Maoists/Naxals/Rebels.
Dr. Malik being an expert and having personal experience of fighting with insurgents during 1968-71 in Mizoram, Indo-China, Indo-Pak/Bangladesh borders said “at present there is an urgent need to adopt bullet for bullet operational strategy before initiating of peace talks with violent armed groups/rebels. In fact, peace talks and development plans should be initiated/introduced after attaining operational superiority in armed fight with the rebels. “
In addition, Dr. Malik being an ex-army officer and former D.G.P. Haryana further commented that the recent incidents of gruesome killings of security personnel proved the fact that there is total lack of command and control at the top level and absolutely no coordination between the Special Task Force, security forces and intelligence agencies at the ground level during the planning and execution of offences against militants operating in the region.
Dr. Malik further urged the top bureaucrats of Ministry of Home Affairs, GOI as well as Union Home Minister to exercise restrain while commenting upon the operational strategies of fighting with Maoists like use of air etc. Such like final details should always be left to the operational commanders in the interest of secrecy, safety, security and successful conduct of operations. At the same time, he also called upon Government of India as well as the concerned state governments to introduce village defense teams whereupon all the able bodied persons in the rural areas are to be equipped with requisite fire arms so as to give a befitting reply to the armed Rebels/Maoists/Naxals at the time of need.
Above all, the government in power as well as the responsible opposition parties are required to project a united front to counter the growing menace of potent terrorism to the security and safety of the great nation.
Dr. Malik further said that the prompt and un-thoughtful offer of Union Home Minister for peaceful talks with Maoists particularly after the second biggest crime against humanity within a period of almost one month and ten days at the same place is again a severe jolt to the already demoralized security forces operating in that region.
Moreover, more than 160 security personnel have since been killed by the Maoists in and around the same area since April 2008 to May 17, 2010. More than 3000 persons are being killed annually as sitting ducks in and around areas of West Bengal, North East States, J & K. Orissa, Chhatishgarh, Jharkhand, Uttrakhand, Bihar, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh etc. by the ultras, Maoists/Naxalitis over the past ten years.
Expressing deep shock, sorrow and heart-stricken condolences on the ghastly and brutal killings of 50 bus passengers inclusive of SPOs and security personnel in Dantewada, Dr. M. S. Malik, IPS(Rtd.) President Jat Sabha Chandigarh, Federation of Jat Institutions and Akhil Bhartiya Shaheed Samman Sanghrash Samiti and former Director General of Police Haryana has assailed the State governments as well as the Government of India for inapt and act- less handling of the situation.
He further commented that the incident of May 17 in Chingawaran on Sukma Road in Dantewada about 550 km south of Raipur is a total failure of the so-called operation—Green Hunt launched by the security forces.
Dr. Malik further said that the continuing ghastly attacks on security forces as well as on civilians is not only posing a big challenge to the internal security of the country but is also a open challenge to the authority/authorities of the government in power.
These attacks have also proved that CRPF which is commonly known as “Chalte Raho Pyare” is totally incapable of handling the present war like situation in Dantewada both administratively and operationally.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

MDU issues admission notice for MBA course

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 18

Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak has issued the admission notice for M.B.A. (Two Year Course), UG/PG Courses in Hotel & Tourism Management and M. Pharmacy course for the session 2010-2011.
MDU Director, Public Relations Sunit Mukherjee informed that all details of these course(s) will be available on the University . Application forms can be downloaded from the website. Meanwhile, the last date for submission of application forms in respect of MBA(2year) programme is June 10, UG/Diploma courses in Hotel & Tourism Management is June 14, PG Courses in Hotel & Tourism Management is June 23, and in respect of M. Pharmacy, it’s July 5.
Meanwhile, Maharshi Dayanand University has re-scheduled certain papers of UG/PG courses, earlier scheduled for May 20, owing to local bodies’ elections in Haryana on that date.
MDU Controller of Examinations (CoE) K. C. Dadhwal said that the details of papers re-scheduled are available on the website and The students may also contact the respective examination centres for information.

Haryana preparations for CW Queen's Baton Relay

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 18

A meeting under the chairmanship of Haryana Chief Secretary Urvashi Gulati will be held in her committee room on May 21, for reviewing the preparation made for the smooth passage of the Queen's Baton Relay of Commonwealth Games, Delhi – 2010 through the State.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Sports and Youth Affairs Department said that a team of Organising Committee Commonwealth Games 2010-Delhi would visit Haryana on May 29 and remain in the State till June 1. On May 29, the team would hold meeting at Hisar, on May 30 at Kaithal and Kurukshetra, on May 31 at Jind and Rohtak and on June 1 at Gurgaon. The team would review security plan prepared to ensure the safety and security of Queen's Baton Relay during its passage through State.
Commonwealth Games would be held in Delhi in October 2010 and the Queen's Baton Relay of these games would begin with the entry of baton from Pakistan at Wagah border on June 25, 2010.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Haryana Police releases physical aptitude test for recruitment of constables

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 17

The Haryana Police has released the programme of physical aptitude test for recruitment of constable (male) that will continue upto June 1, 2010.
While giving this information here today, a spokesman of Police Department said that the test for recruitment process had already been started from May 14. Under BC-B category, tests for roll numbers one to 400, roll numbers 401 to 800, from 801 to 1200 had already been conducted on May 14, 15 and 17 respectively. In the same category, test for roll number 1201 to 1600, from 1601 to 2000, from 2001 to 2400 and from 2401 to 2898 would be conducted on May 18, 19, 21 and 22 respectively.
He further said that SC candidates bearing roll numbers from one to 400 would appear for test on May 24, from 401 to 800 on May 26 and from 1201 to 1828 on May 27. He informed that on May 28 test would be conducted for BC-A category candidates having roll number from one to 400, on May 29 from roll numbers 401 to 800 and on May 31 from 801 to 1437 while physical aptitude test for ex-servicemen candidates would be conducted on June 1.
He clarified that only those candidates would be eligible to appear who have qualified the physical measurement examination conducted from May 3 to 11, 2010. The test would be applicable to those candidates who have applied in the month of September 2009 from district Palwal under BC-A, BC-B, SC and Ex-servicemen categories. The test would be conducted daily as per the schedule programme upto June 1, he added.

Ch Surender Club to organise mass marriage

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)

Ch. Surender Singh Memorial Club is organising a mass marriage programme of poor girls of different communities on the occasion of death anniversary of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on May 21 at 10.00 a.m. at Parade Ground Sector 5 in Panchkula, according to MLA from Tosham Kiran Choudhry.

Friday, May 14, 2010

Nishant, Ishita claim chess titles

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by Haryananewswire(Balbir)

Nishant Arora and Ishita Gupta won the boys and girls under-15 titles, respectively, in the District Panchkula Open Chess Championship organized by the Chess Association Panchkula at St Terrasa Convent School in Sector 25 here today.
Nishant Arora of Bhavan Vidyalaya, Sector 15 secured six points to claim the title. Close on his heel was silver medalist Rahul Chadha of DAV School, Sector 8 of Panchkula who obtained 5.5 points. Local girl Ishita Gupta obtained five points to emerge winner. Palak Arora of Bhavan Vidyalaya, Sector 15, got silver medal with four points.
Chandigarh players dominated the Under-11 boys category as they won all the first three points. Anubhav Tuknayat (6 points), Jashan Khurana (5 pts) and Rishab Jain (4.5 pts)
Mr. Amit Chopra, Mrs. Isha Chopra and Mr. Sanjeev Chopra jointly distributed the prizes and certificates to the winners. Also present on the occasion was Harish Kumar, Secretary of District Chess Association Panchkula).
Results (Boys) U-11: 1 Anubhav Tuknayat (6 points, Chandigarh), 2 Jashan Khurana (5 pts, Chandigarh), 3 Rishab Jain (4.5 pts, Chandigarh) 4 Aniket Malik (4 pts, Bhavan Vidyalaya Sec-15 Pkl), 5 Navneesh Singh (3.5 pts, Bhavan Vidyalaya-15 Pkl).
Girls: 1 Harshita Singla (5 pts, The Gurukul School-20 Pkl), 2 Aishani Sharma (4.5 pts, The British School-8 Pkl), 3 Manpreet Kumar (4 pts, The British School-8 Pkl), 4 Aastha Dhawan (3.5 pts, The Gurukul School-20, Pkl), 5 Suhavi Arora (3 pts, The British School-8 Pkl).
U-15 (Boys): 1 Nishant Arora (6 pts, Bhavan Vidyalaya-15 Pkl), 2 Rahul Chadha (5.5 pts, DAV-8 Pkl), 3 Avneesh (4.5 pts, Bhavan Vidyalaya-15 Pkl), 4 Mukul Sharma (4 pts, The Gurukul School-26 Pkl), 5 Nikhil Narang (3 pts St. Teresa Convent, Sector 25 Pkl)
Girls: 1 Ishita Gupta (5 pts, Pkl), 2 Palak Arora (4 pts, Bhavan Vidyalaya-15 Pkl), 3 Riya Tyagi (3.5 pts The Gurukul School-26 Pkl), 4 Prabjot Chauhan (3 pts, The Gurukul School-26 Pkl), 5 Himani Jain (2.5 pts, Bhavan Vidyalaya-15 Pkl).

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Jaskaran leading in Panchkula Chess

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by Haryananewswire(Balbir)

Jaskaran of Chandigarh was leading with four points in the Under-19 category of the Panchkula District Open Chess Championship U-7, 11, 15, 19 and Open being organized by the Chess Association of Panchkula at St. Teresa Convent School in Sector 25 here today.
Nikhilesh and Akshit Gupta, both of Bhawan Vidyalaya of Sector 15, Panchkula were occupying the second and third positions with 3.5 and 3 points, respectively.
At the end of fifth round, Vilakshan Mehta of The Gurukul School, Sector 20, Panchkula was the sole leader in boys under-7 with five points. One point behind him was his team mate Yaakshayam Vats.
PDCA Vice-president Sanjeev Chopra and Director Principal of School.Amit Chopra, were the chief guests at the inauguration ceremony.
Scores: U-7 (boys): 5 points Vilakshan Mehta (The Gurukul-20, Pkl), 4 Yakshayam Vats (The Gurukul- 20, Pkl), 3.5 Sartaj Kalsi (The School-8 Pkl), 3 Karan Sharma (The Gurukul-20, Pkl), 2.5 Chirag Jindal (The Gurukul-20, Pkl).
Girls: 1 Jahnavi (The British School-8, Pkl), 2 Partiksha (The Gurukul-20, Pkl).
U-19: 4 Jaskirat (Chandigarh), 3.5 Nikhilesh (Bhawan Vidyalaya-15, Pkl), 3 Akshit Gupta (Bhawan Vidyalaya-15, Pkl) and 2.5 Ankit Jain (Bhawan Vidyalaya-15 Pkl).

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Diversion of traffic on Ramgarh-Panchkula route

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 12

For next one month, the road traffic from Ramgarh to Panchkula would be diverted from Sector 25 Panchkula via Azaad colony, Sector 21 on NH 72, as the Ghaggar bridge on National Highway-73 near Majri Chowk is being repaired by National Highway Authority of India (NHAI).
Giving this information here today a NHAI spokesman told that the repair work would be done from May 14 to June 15, 2010. He told that during the repair process, the traffic from Panchkula (wishing to go to Ramgarh or Saha side) would be allowed to use the bridge. The step has been taken for smooth flow of traffic from the Ghaggar bridge site which is under repair, he added.

CCHAU appoints two directors and 3 deans

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By Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 12

Choudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University has cleared names for six posts of Head of Departments and five other officers of the University in its Board of Management (BoM) meeting held here today. The officers appointed include two Directors and three Deans of different colleges.
A meeting of BoM of the university was today held here under the chairmanship of the Vice-Chancellor, Dr. K. S. Khokhar. The BoM has approved the names of Dr JS Dhankar as Director, Extension Education and Dr Ram Kumar Yadav as the Director, Student Welfare while Dr A K Paruthi, Dr Santosh Dhillon and Dr Saroj Jit Singh have been appointed as Dean’s, college of Veterinary Sciences, college of Basic Sciences and college of Home Sciences respectively.
The BoM has also approved the names of Dr Ram Kumar Khatkar, Dr J.C. Kaushik, Dr PPS Baghel, Dr Indra Hooda, Dr Sneh Goyal and Dr Satyavir Singh. They will HoDs of Agricultural Economics, Agro Forestry, Nematology, Plant Pathology, Microbiology and Veterinary Parasitology respectively.
The Registrar of Univeristy, Dr RS Dalal made it clear that the process of appointment on these posts was started after according approval from State Election Commission. He informed that Dr RP Narwal and Dr AK Paruthi have been included in BoM as Technical Advisor for a period of one year.

HDIIDC to set up food development centre

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 12

Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) would set up Food Development Centre in Haryana in collaboration with the Manitoba Food Development Centre (mFDC), Province of Manitoba Canada.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in this regard was signed between HSIIDC and Manitoba Food Development Centre at New Delhi today in the presence of the Haryana Chief Minister Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda and Deputy Minister Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives, Province of Manitoba, Canada Dr. Barry Todd. Haryana Finance Minister Capt. Ajay Singh Yadav; Industries Minister Mr Mahender Pratap Singh; Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Haryana-cum-Chairman of HSIIDC Mr Chhatar Singh; Financial Commissioner & Principal Secretary to Industries Department Mr Y.S. Malik; and MLA, the Province of Manitoba Mr Bidhu Jha were also present on the occasion.
The MoU was signed by Mr Rajeev Arora, Managing Director, HSIIDC on behalf of the HSIIDC while Ms. Robin McRae was the signatory on behalf of the Province of Manitoba Canada.
Appreciating the effort, Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Hooda said that India and Canada had long standing bilateral relations. World today had become smaller and cooperation was the key to progress today. He expressed hope that the exercise of MoU would develop proper understanding and the basis for the full agreement to be signed in this regard. Mr Hooda asked the officers to expedite the process so that agreement is signed in six month’s time instead of one year. He hoped that Food Development Centre would benefit the farmers and entrepreneurs of Haryana.
Mr Rajeev Arora, Managing Director, HSIIDC said that the Food Development Centre would assist the entrepreneurs in transforming agriculture commodities into feasible business opportunities for agriculture producers & entrepreneurs in Haryana. The MoU envisaged conducting an exercise for identification of the most suitable location for setting up Food Development Centre in Haryana, besides defining ownership, funding and operating models for the projects, he added.
Explaining the features of MoU, he said that the purpose of MoU was to foster bilateral cooperation between HSIIDC and MFDC in development of Food Development Centre in Haryana. The parties would also undertake identification of the range of services to be provided at such centre. The ownership, funding and operating models for the project would be defined and output from the above issues would form the basis of a formal agreement to be signed between HSIIDC & MFDC. The validity of the MoU would be one year from the date of signing.
He said, "The mFDC is a special operating agency of Ministry of Agriculture Food & Rural Initiatives, Province of Manitoba to assist agro food industry in development and commercialisation of food and health product. The Food Development Centre would help steer a product through every stage of development from initial research through product testing and scale up to marketing. The product development services offered by mFDC include formulating and improving new / existing product, improve product shelf life, standardisation of existing formulations and processes for quality and cost control, identifying packaging alternatives, testing of shelf life, etc."
"The FDC has had many success stories of clients whose business started at FDC and grew to contribute significantly to the Manitoba economy. FDC helps different clients in different ways- with research, technical advice and taking their ideas to commercialisation. Since 2000, FDC has served 352 clients. The Pulse Innovation Project, Pulse Canada, Flax 2015, the Alberta Consortium, Manitoba Pulse Growers and Saskatchewan Pulse Growers are some of the groups who accept mFDC’s proposals for research projects to support the use of their agricultural commodities in food products", he added.
He said, "FDC regularly responds to these calls for proposals and secures additional funding to conduct research and development, thereby building on knowledge and experience which can be passed to future clients. FDC also houses a pilot plant, which has been approved by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), which allows the clients to market their products nationally & internationally. The mFDC is licensed to produce organic products through the Organic Producers Association of Manitoba and also for hemp products through Health Canada."
He said, "FDC staff has expertise in many processing technologies like membrane filtration, supercritical fluid extraction of speciality oilseeds, spray drying, freeze drying, modified atmosphere packaging etc. The mFDC also has strategic partnership with Great Plains Aseptic Processors (GPAP) for tetrapak aseptic processing & packaging technology, which provides diverse value added development options for processing & packaging liquid foods. GPAP produces soups, broths, sauces & beverages for many private label brands in Canada and produces 3.25 million tetrapak units in 2008-09. mDFC success stories include Praire Lane Saskatoon, Best Cooking Pulses (Yampeez), Greetalia, Manitoba Starch, Kudu Foods (King Pie), McGarve International (Belgian Short Bread)."
Mr Arora said, "HSIIDC has already developed two Food Parks at Rai & Saha. The Food Park at Rai (Sonepat) abuts NH-1 in the heart of the Sonepat industrial belt, about 35 kms from Delhi, Rai Food Park. It is a modern industrial park with State of art infrastructure facilities in place developed over an area of 116 acres. Among the various food processing units set up in the park is the manufacturing facility of Yakult Danaone, a Japanese-French multinational company, for probiotic products. To facilitate skill development in Food Processing Technology, 100 acres of land has also been allotted to the National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship & Management (NIFTEM). The construction of the building is at advance stage and the first session is likely to be commenced w.e.f. September 2010."
"The Food Park at Saha (Ambala) spread over 70 acres of land in District Ambala, has also emerged as an important destination for Food Processing Industry. Out of 197 plots that have been carved out, 135 plots stand allotted. Some of the major units in operation include M/s. Epicu Food Products Limited (Mango & Apple Drinks), M/s. Mahant Agro Private Limited (Mango Drinks), M/s. Good Foods (Honey Processing), etc. The Corporation has also allotted land to M/s. Pachranga International Limited (4 acres), M/s. KCL Limited (1 acre), M/s. Reliance Limited (8 acres) and M/s. Khandhari Beverages Limited (20 acres)", he added.

Mr Arora said that HSIIDC had recently allotted 5400 square meters of land to M/s Danone Foods Beverages India Private Limited for setting up their project of manufacture dairy products (Flavoured Yoghurts) at Food Park Rai with an investment of about Rs.15 crore and 5 acres of land to M/s. Speciality Foods India Limited for setting up their Research & Development Centre for Food & Beverages at IMT Manesar. M/s Danone Foods Beverages India Private Limited was a part of Groupe Danone of France, which is a major player in the global foods and beverages industry.
The project would catalyze foreign direct investment of Rs.9 crore. M/s Nestle R&D Centre India Private Limited was a wholly owned subsidiary of Nestle SA of Switzerland, which is world’s leading nutrition, health & wellness multinational company with an annual turn over of Swiss France 110 billion. The proposed R&D facilities to be created at IMT Manesar will facilitate development of competencies in Indian traditional raw materials like; turmeric, fenugreek, ginger, Indian mint, etc. The project would involve capital investment of about Rs.149 crore and was likely to be operationalized by the year 2012, he added.

Walk-in-interview to fill up posts

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 12

Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak will organise walk-in-interview to fill up the posts of Senior Residents in various Super Specialities of Pt. B.D. Sharma Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak.
While stating this today, a spokesman of the University said that the walk-in-interview would be held in the office of the Vice Chancellor of the University at 11:30 a.m. on May 25, 2010. Applications complete in all respect along with certificates / testimonials in support of educational qualifications should reach the Director, Pt. B.D. Sharma Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak by May 17.
Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak has decided to give a ‘Special Chance’ to the students of B.E. / B. Tech. (8th semester) to clear their odd semester re-appear papers of 1st, 3rd and 5th semester examinations. This special chance is a final chance for all such candidates who’re appearing in their B.E. / B. Tech. 8th semester examination during May/ June, 2010 or have already passed their 8th semester examination.
While stating this today, M.D.U. Controller of Examination (COE), Mr K.C. Dadhwal said that all such candidates as want to avail this special chance would have to pay special examination fee of Rs. 2700/-. The examination forms / list and fee of all such candidates must be forwarded through their respective colleges / institutes to R-III Branch of the University latest by May 31. No examination form would be entertained after the deadline.
The examinations of all such ‘special chance’ students would be held in the last fortnight of June, 2010. The date sheet would be notified later on, he added.
Department of Human Development and Family Studies, college of Home Science, Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (CCSHAU), Hisar is making admissions in Preschool Laboratory.
While stating this today, a spokesman of the University said that the Preschool Laboratory was being run by the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, college of Home Science under the guidance of well qualified scientists and teachers. The school had well equipped Laboratory with scientific play material, ample facilities for playing indoor as well as outdoor games and for rest.
He said that children must be between two to four years of age at the time of admission. Admission forms were available in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. Selections would be made on first serve first serve basis.

SETC tests from May 24 to 30

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 12
The State Eligibility Test in Computer Appreciation and Applications (SETC) will be held in the office of Haryana State Electronic Development Corporation (HARTRON), Chandigarh from May 24 to 30, 2010.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of HARTRON said that the test for the candidates bearing roll number 10050001 to 10050300 would be held on May 24, for candidates bearing roll number from 10050301 to 10050700 on May 25, for candidates bearing roll number from 10050701 to 10051100 on May 26, for candidates bearing roll number from 10051101 to 10051500 on May 27, for candidates bearing roll number from 10051501 to 10051900 on May 28, for candidates bearing roll number from 10051901 to 10052300 on May 29 and for candidates bearing roll number from 10052301 to 10052670 on May 30.
The candidates were advised to visit website of HARTRON for detailed schedule and time, he added.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

5162 qualify for second round of SPAT

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by Haryananewswire(Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 11

As many as 5,162 players have qualified for the second round of SPAT (Sports & Physical Aptitude Test) to be held from 15-17 May, 2010. The qualified players scored over 65% in the tests conducted by the department of sports. As many as 73,912 players had got registered for SPAT 2010 in the state between notified periods of 1-10 April 1 to 10.
A Government spokesman disclosed that 2,707 of qualifiers are in 8-14 years age-group, 2,455 are in 14-19 years. Among the qualifiers, 797 are girls and 4,365 are boys. All the candidates scoring upward of the qualifying mark of 75%+ in the second round would be entitled for scholarship as per the government's policy. 41,361 players had braved the heat of summer and reported for the SPAT at different venues. 6,196 candidates failed to submit the duly filled registration forms, resulting only 35,165 players were left for consideration.
Bhiwani, Rohtak and Sonepat districts contributed maximum number of qualifiers in first round with selection of 1,012, 814 and 615 players. In Mewat, Faridabad, Kaithal & Ambala district players fared badly as only 16, 20, 34, 45 players respectively could pass the SPAT first round. Government spokesman disclosed that Faridabad could have fared better but its 2,321 participants did not fill up age column, making it impossible for age-dependent marking system to progress any further.
Results of 6,196 who registered/reported after the due date of registration, that is April 10, 2010, or who have taken the test but their application forms were incompletely filled are under process and shall be made available on the website. The department wishes them good luck for SPAT, 2011 due in Oct-Nov, 2010 as in this financial year it is considering for second round only 5,162 of those who have filled their application forms duly, applied between April 1 to 10 cared to take the test and have scored 65% onwards.

Panchkyla Open Chess from May 13

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)

The Chess Association of Panchkula is organising Open Chess Championship at St Teresa Conven School, Sector 25 here on May 13 and 14. Competitions will be held for Under-17, Under-11, Under-15, Under-19 and Open, according to Principal Amit Chopra.
Players from Panchkula, all districts of Haryana and other states can participate in the two-day meet.
Details regarding entries and other information are available on mobiles 9217555328 or 9417513304.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

HARSAC invites application for summer training course

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 8

Haryana Space Applications Centre (HARSAC) has invited applications for six weeks Summer Training Course on “Remote Sensing and GIS” for post graduate students at Hisar.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Centre said that the complete application form duly forwarded by concerned Principal or Head of Department should reach Chief Scientist, HARSAC, CCS HAU Campus, Hisar on or before May 21, 2010.
He said that the applicant should have completed or pursuing Master degree in either of the subjects of Environmental Science, Earth Science, Bio-Sciences, Geography, Geology, Geophysics, Agricultural Sciences, Computer Sciences, Physical Sciences or equivalent. The course would be conducted form June 14, 2010 to July 23, 2010.
He said that the total number of seats was fifty and selection would be based purely on merit of the marks obtained in B.A., B.Sc. or B.Tech. Weightage of five percent extra marks would be given to a candidate who had completed M.A or M.Sc. degree in the relevant field. A minimum of 10 seats would be allotted to each discipline. The first list of the selected candidates would be displayed at HARSAC notice board and uploaded on the website on May 26, 2010. The second list would be displayed on June 1, 2010. The selected candidates would be required to deposit the admission fee within three days after the display of the list, failing which their selection would stand cancelled and the seat would be allotted to the next candidate in the waiting list.
He said that if the numbers of applications received were less than twenty, HARSAC might cancel the training program. HARSAC would not provide any accommodation and the candidates would have to make their own arrangements during the training period. The application form could be downloaded from HARSAC website (

Friday, May 7, 2010

19 IPS officers in Haryana transferred

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, May 7

The Haryana Government has issued posting and transfer orders of 19 IPS officers with immediate effect.
Swaranjit Singh, DGP, Administration has been posted as MD, Haryana Police Housing Corporation, Rakesh Malik, DGP, Human Rights and Litigation becomes DG, Prison, S.N.Vashisht, ADGP, Armed Police, Madhuban goes as ADGP, Crime in place of Mohinder Lal who goes as ADGP, Administration.
Laik Ram Dabas, on promotion as ADGP, has been posted as Director, SCRB, Madhuban, S.S.Deswal, on promotion as ADGP, becomes CP, Gurgaon in the rank of ADGP, Mohinder Singh Mann, on promotion as ADGP, becomes ADGP, Human Rights and Litigation and Baljit Singh Sandhu, on promotion as ADGP, becomes ADGP, Law and Order.
Dr.K.P.Singh, IGP, Training has been posted as IG, Prisons in place of Sudhir Mohan, who goes as IGP, Administration. Sheel Madhur, IGP, CPT and R Bhondsi has been posted as IG, SVB, Gurgaon in place of Manjit Singh Ahlawat, who goes as IG, IRB, Bhondsi, K.K.Sharma, IGP, Crime with additional charge of IG, South Range has been posted as IGP, Training with additional charge of IG, South Range, Rewari, Dr.R.C.Mishra, IGP, Administration goes as IGP, Modernisation and Shatrujit Singh, IG, Telecom will also hold additional charge of IG, Crime.
Alok Kumar Roy, DIG, Training has been posted as DIG, Crime in place of Mohinder Singh Malik who goes as DIG, Law and Order vice Balbir Singh, who becomes Joint CP, Faridabad. Sanjay Bhatia, SP, HPA, Madhuban becomes SP, Home Guards.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

HSBTE allow one more mercy chance to diploma students

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Chandigarh, May 5
The Haryana State Board of Technical Education (HSBTE) has decided to allow one more mercy chance to all diploma students of 2003 batch or earlier who could not complete their diploma course within double the duration of the course.
As per a letter issued by the Board, these students may avail the mercy chance during the Board Examination scheduled to be held in June/July, 2010. A fee of Rs 1,000 per paper for the mercy chance shall have to be deposited by the candidate in the Account No. – 0087000111223535 of HSBTE in any CBS Branch of Punjab National Bank. The candidates should submit PCA forms along with original fee receipt to their respective Principals preferably upto May 7, 2010.
The candidates shall be appearing in the new prevailing subject identities with current curriculum in the respective subject along with the regular candidates, as far as possible. Such candidates will appear in the examination in their respective institute(s).
All the Principals have been urged to submit the applications received in original along with details of such candidates by intimating the subjects/identities in which they are appearing, preferably, upto May 10, 2010 so that equivalency may be finalized and required secrecy material may be prepared well before time.