Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Haryana CM condoles Chandgi Ram's death

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 29
Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda has expressed deep sorrow and grief over the sad demise of renowned Indian wrestler Chandgi Ram.
In a condolence message issued here today, Mr Hooda said that the recipient of Arjuna and Padma Shri awards, Chandgi Ram was a great wrestler who always kept the flag of Indian wrestling flying high at international championships. He said that Chandi Ram would be long remembered for his contribution to wrestling.
The Chief Minister conveyed heartfelt sympathies to the members of the bereaved family and prayed that the departed soul might rest in peace.
Popularly known as Master Chandgi Ram, the noted wrestler was born on November 9, 1937 at village 'Sisai' in district Hisar. He served as Additional Director of Sports in Haryana and titles like 'Hind Kesari', 'Bharat Kesari', 'Bharat Bhim', 'Rustom-e-Hind' and 'Maha Bharat Kesari' were conferred upon him. He had also set up an akhara to train budding wrestlers.
The most impressive feat of his international career was the 1970 Asian Games in Bangkok. Competing in the 100-kg class, he defeated the World Champion Amvani Abuifazi of Iran to claim a Gold Medal for the country. Two years later he represented India in the 1972 Olympic Games at Munich in Germany.

Friday, June 25, 2010

Admission in 34 regular courses in GJUST

by Haryananewswire (Balbir) CHANDIGARH, JUNE 25
Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology (GJUST), Hisar has invited applications for admission to 34 regular courses.

While stating this today, Dr M.L. Ranga, Vice Chancellor of the University said that admissions would be granted for nine M.Tech., four M.Pharma, 13 M.Sc., four Master of Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Physiotherapy and four PG Diploma courses on the basis of merit obtained in the entrance test. Entrance tests for admission to these courses would be held in nine phases in morning and evening sessions from July 1 to 22, 2010.
He said that entrance test for admission to Bachelor of Physiotherapy and M.Sc. Biotechnology courses,only for members belonging to Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes of Haryana and for students interested in Self Finance scheme, would be held on July 1, for M.Sc. Industrial Microbiology, Mathematics, Physics courses on July 2, for M.Sc. Applied Psychology, Chemistry, Environmental Sciences and Master of Physiotherapy courses on July 3, for M.Sc. Nano science and Technology, Food Technology, Mass Communication, Development Communication, PG Diploma in Defence Journalism, Advertising Management and Public Relations, Web Advertising and Animation and Tourism PR courses on July 5, for M.Tech. Electronics and Communication Engineering and Optical Engineering on July 14, whereas entrance test for admission to M.Tech. Environmental Science and Engineering and Food Engineering would be held on July 15, for M.Tech. Computer Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Print and Graphics Communication and Nano Science and Technology on July 16, for M.Tech. Geo-Informatics on July 17 and for PG Diploma in Pigment and Paint Technology on July 22.
Admission to M.Pharma course would be granted on the basis of GPAT score, he added.
Dr Ranga said that prospectus containing application form could be obtained from the university or downloaded from university's website www.gjust.ac.in. Admission forms should be deposited with the Heads of Departments concerned by June 29, 2010.


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Hotel Management and Computer Engineering courses in Morni Govt Polytechnic for Women

by Haryananewswire (Balbir) CHANDIGARH, JUNE 25
Government Polytechnic for Women, Morni, district Panchkula has invited applications for admission to 3-year Hotel Management and Computer Engineering courses for the session 2010-11.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Polytechnic said that girl students who are bonafide residents of areas falling under the areas of Shivalik Development Board, Haryana were eligible for taking admission to these courses. In case no suitable candidates were available from Shivalik Development Board, seats would be filled up from girl students who were bonafide residents of Haryana State.
The admissions would be granted on the basis of merit DET-2010 examinations. In case no suitable candidates were available from DET-2010, merit in qualifying examination would be considered, he added.
The spokesman said that application forms could be obtained free of cost from the institute on any working day. Forms were also available at institute's website www.mornigpw.org. Duly filled in application forms along with all relevant documents should be submitted to the Principal of the institute by July 15, 2010.


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Entrance test for admission in RIMC in Pachkula on Dec 1 and 2

by Haryananewswire (Balbir) CHANDIGARH, JUNE 26
 The Entrance Test for admission to Rashtriya Indian Military College (RIMC), Dehradun for July 2011 session will be conducted at Government Girls College, Panchkula on December 1 and 2, 2010.

While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that only boys are eligible for admission to RIMC. Candidates appearing for the test should have been born not earlier than July 2, 1998 and not later than January 1, 2000 and they should either be studying in Class VII or have passed Class VII from any recognised school at the time of admission to RIMC.
He said that copies of prospectus with application forms and set of old question papers for the test could be obtained from the office of Secretary, Rajya Sainik Board, Sainik Bhawan, Panchkula and from the offices of the Secretaries, Zila Sainik Boards in Haryana through cash payment of Rs 250 personally or by post or from Commandant, RIMC, Dehradun by sending a demand draft of Rs 250 in favour of the Commandant, RIMC, Dehradun. Locally printed forms would not be accepted.
The spokesman said that application forms, in duplicate, accompanied by three passport size photographs duly signed by the candidates along with a demand draft of Rs 50 and Rs five in case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes, should reach the Defence-I Branch, Sainik Bhawan Panchkula by September 30, 2010.


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Monday, June 21, 2010

Haryana Government modifies in granting education allowance

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 21
The Haryana Government has modified the scheme for granting education allowance to its employees for their benefit.As per a circular issued by the Finance Department, now the Government employees will be allowed to get reimbursement of Rs. 3,000 for the purchase of textbooks, notebooks, two sets of uniforms, school shoes and transportation charges for a child in a year in addition to the actual fee paid subject to a maximum of Rs. 3,000 per annum.
It has also been decided to grant the education allowance for students studying in Polytechnic or any other diploma course in Polytechnic or Industrial Training Institute after Class 10 for two years.
HAU DECLARES ENTRANT TEST RESULTS
 The CCS Haryana Agricultural University,Hisar will declare the result of entrance test conducted for admission to various undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes for academic session 2010-11 on June 23.
While stating this today, Registrar of the University, Dr. R.S. Dalal said that the result would be available on the website of the university www.hau.ernet.in after mid night on June 22. He said the results would also be displayed at administrative block (Fletcher Bhawan) of the university.The university had conducted the entrance test for admissions to B.V.Sc. and A.H., B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture, M.Sc. Food Science and Technology, M.Sc. Biotechnology and M.Sc. Bioinformatics degree programmes on June 12 last.
The Registrar said that the result card would be sent to each candidate by post.
 HJ GHOSH ROY APPOINTED DEAN
The Vice Chancellor of Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak, Dr. R. P. Hooda has appointed Dr. H.J. Ghosh Roy, Professor, Institute of Management Studies and Research (IMSAR) as Dean, Faculty of Management Sciences.
While stating this today, a spokesman of the university said that Prof. Ghosh Roy’s tenure as Dean would be from June 18, 2010 to February 28, 2013 that is the date of his superannuation.
He said that the Vice Chancellor also appointed Dr. (Mrs.) Vimal, Reader, Department of Music as Head of Music Department and Prof.K.P.S. Mahalwar as Head of Law Department. Their appointments
have been made for a period of three year .


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Haryana to soon recruit computer lecturers

by Haryananewswire (Balbir) CHANDIGARH, JUNE 21
Haryana Government is in the process of filling up the posts of lecturers of job-oriented courses in the state and lecturers of computer education will be recruited soon in the colleges to prevent any hindrance in computer education.
This was stated by Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Education, Mr S. S. Prasad while interacting with the Mrs Suman Gulab, Principal and lecturers of Government National College, Sirsa at Sirsa today. He said that the Government College, Ellenabad would commence its academic session from this year. Initially, this college would be functional from Government Senior Secondary School, Ellenabad and the admission would commence from this academic session and the first merit list would be prepared on July 3.
     He said that the classes of English, Hindi, History, Economics, Maths, Political Science and Punjabi would be started in the initial period. All the lecturers for these subjects would be appointed soon for the college. Services of a coach would also be made available for promoting sports activities in the college. He also directed the college authorities to provide furniture in rooms of the college building. He also visited college lab. He directed to ensure all the facilities in the college in the new session. The prospectus of the college had been made available in the Government Senior Secondary School , Ellenabad.


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Saturday, June 19, 2010

Mahesh Kumar selected IBC senior vice president


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CHANDIGARH, JUNE 19
Haryana Engineer-in-Chief Public Works (Buildings & Roads) Department Mahesh Kumar has been selected as Senior Vice President of the Indian Buildings Congress at its three-day 16th annual convention in New Delhi today. It is for the first time that any Haryana PWD Engineer has been honoured for this assignment.
Mahesh Kumar was selected as Vice President of Indian Buildings Congress in 2009. Then also, he was the first Haryana PWD Engineer who was honoured with this assignment.
The Indian Buildings Congress is an eminent body of buildings & structural engineers and all professionals connected with built environment, like administrators, financiers, planners, developers, architects, engineers of all disciplines, horticulturists, builders, researchers, teachers and manufacturers of building materials.
A highly qualified engineer, Mahesh Kumar, 50, joined Haryana PWD as Sub Divisional Engineer in February, 1983 and served on various positions during his last 26 years of brilliant career. He is performing his duties as Engineer-in-Chief since June, 2007. He is technical and administrative head of Haryana PWD (B&R).
Mahesh Kumar had also been conferred Outstanding Concrete Engineer of Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana award on September 26, 2008 by Indian Concrete Institute. He is also author of many technical papers relating to buildings infrastructure especially relating to protection against Natural Hazards i.e. Seismic Forces. He has also been honoured by various prestigious bodies. Seven technical papers were written by Mahesh Kumar which have been published in various prestigious journals namely as Indian Roads Congress and Indian Buildings Congress etc. The technical papers relate to “Effect of Water Storage Tanks and Irrigation Water Carrying Structures on Roads”, “Failures in flexible pavements and its economical treatment”, “Geotechnology for infrastructure Development”, “High Rise Buildings – Innovations in Seismic Design”, “Water and its importance in construction”, “Challenges of Globalisation to PWD System”, “Building Infrastructure in Haryana : Solutions and Challenges etc.
Earlier, He had also worked as Vice President of Indian Roads Congress. He is also Convenor/Member of various Technical Committees of the Indian Roads Congress. He had been a key note speaker in many technical seminars organized by prestigious organizations.
Under his able chairmanship, following two codes for Indian Roads Congress have been finalized and are ready for publication: Recommended practice for construction of Earth embankment and subgrade for road works (IRC36-2010)and guidelines for Soil & Granular Material Stabilization using Cement, Lime & Fly Ash
He is also an expert in highway projects. He had handled BOT projects when he was posted as Chief General Manager in National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for almost two years from August, 2005 to May, 2007. While in NHAI, he successfully implemented/awarded the Public Private Partnership i.e. BOT projects costing over Rs.5000 crore. Important among them being Ambala-Chandigarh (NH-21/22), Amritsar-Jallandhar, Amritsar-Wagah border, Kurali-Kiratpur, Zirakpur-Pinjore-Kalka-Parwanoo (NH-22), Delhi-Rohtak (NH-10), Jaipur-Mahua-Bharatpur-Agra etc.
Mahesh Kumar has been instrumental in bringing the first BOT project of such kind in PWD(B&R) of Haryana State i.e. 4-lanning of Gurgaon-Faridabad & Widening and Strengthening of Ballabhgarh-Pali-Dhauj-Sohna.
In Haryana PWD (B&R), Rajiv Gandhi Bridges & Roads Infrastructure Development Programme costing Rs.3000 Crores is being successfully implemented under his able leadership. This programme was planned for grounding of projects of at least Rs.3000 crores by 31st March, 2010. The projects costing Rs.3112 crores have been brought on ground by 31st March, 2009 i.e. one year ahead of the schedule.
He has been very innovative in brings new ideas for improving the working and quality of the works of Haryana PWD (B&R). One such examples is Mobile Maintenance Highway Vans which have been developed within the department under his able leadership to repair the potholes and patchwork. Mobile Maintenance Highway Vans has numerous advantages over traditional system of patchwork being environmental friendly.

Friday, June 18, 2010

MDU declares results of MCA, M Sc (Computer Science)

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, June 18
Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak has declared the results of IT Distance Education Course-APGDCA, MCA, M.Sc. (Computer Science) semester examination (January 2010).
While stating this today, the MDU Controller of Examination (C.O.E.) Mr K.C. Dadwal said that the results had been made available on the website: http://www.mdurohtak.com andhttp://www.mducoeblogspot.com.
He said that students with ‘Re-appear’ who wish to take the supplementary examination in July 2010 may submit their examination form, along with prescribed fee, up to July 1. Further, the students of BA I/B.Com I, whose result was declared yesterday and who’ve got ‘Re-appear’ may submit their examination form for October’2010 supplementary examination up to July 1, 2010.

Applications invited for National Youth Awards

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by Haryananewswire(Balbir)
Chandigarh, June 18

The Haryana Sports and Youth Affairs Department has invited nominations for National Youth Awards 2009-10.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said that National Youth Awards were given at national level to 25 outstanding youths who have rendered notable service in social and cultural fields. National Youth Awards was also given to an outstanding voluntary organisation which had been involved in social service for the last three years.
Under individual category, a cash amount of Rs 20,000, a medal and a scroll was given to each selected youth and a sum of Rs one lakh, a trophy and a scroll was given to the selected outstanding voluntary organisation. National Youth Awards were given in the National Youth Festival organised on January 12 every year to mark birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, he added.
The spokesman said that all the District Sports and Youth Affairs Officers had been asked to send two proposals for National Youth Awards, one for individual category and one for voluntary organisation from their district. The nominations along with the recommendations of district level committee should reach the Directorate by July 30, 2010 so that these could be forwarded to the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India by September 10, 2010.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Nirman Sadan gets award for best building


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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
New Delhi, June 17

Haryana Government’s premier building, Nirman Sadan in Sector-33, Chandigarh has received Award for Excellence in Built Environment for 2009. It has been adjudged as the best building in India, in all respects by Indian Buildings Congress.
The award was received by Mr S.S.Dhillon, IAS, Principal Secretary to Government of Haryana and Mr Mahesh Kumar, Engineer-in-Chief, Haryana Public Works (Buildings & Roads) Department, at the 16th Annual Convention of Indian Buildings Congress held at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, today.
Principal Secretary, Mr S.S.Dhillon said that Indian Buildings Congress had invited applications for participating in the national level competition. As many as total 21 entries were received and Nirman Sadan of Chandigarh was selected for the trophy.
Mr Mahesh Kumar told that this building has been constructed on green building concept. It is also energy efficient and earthquake resistant. Rain water harvesting and solar water heating systems have also been provided.
Engineer-in-Chief said that Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda’s decision that all offices should be brought under one roof, was vigorously followed. The building was completed in shortest possible time.
He said that it is a state of the art, efficient, modern building at a site measuring 3.19 acres of land with a covered area of 10,436 square metres. Preparing the design of the building was a challenging and gigantic task due to multiple constraints and parameters mandatory as per the by laws of Chandigarh Administration.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

GJUST invites applications for admission to 34 regular courses

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by Haryanawirenews (Balbir)
Chandigarh, June 16
Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology (GJUST), Hisar has invited applications for admission to 34 regular courses.
While stating this today, Dr M.L. Ranga, Vice Chancellor of the University said that admissions would be granted for nine M.Tech., four M.Pharma, 13 M.Sc., four Master of Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Physiotherapy and four PG Diploma courses on the basis of merit obtained in the entrance test. Entrance tests for admission to these courses would be held in nine phases in morning and evening sessions from July 1 to 22, 2010.
He said that entrance test for admission to Bachelor of Physiotherapy and M.Sc. Biotechnology courses,only for members belonging to Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes of Haryana and for students interested in Self Finance scheme, would be held on July 1, for M.Sc. Industrial Microbiology, Mathematics, Physics courses on July 2, for M.Sc. Applied Psychology, Chemistry, Environmental Sciences and Master of Physiotherapy courses on July 3, for M.Sc. Nano science and Technology, Food Technology, Mass Communication, Development Communication, PG Diploma in Defence Journalism, Advertising Management and Public Relations, Web Advertising and Animation and Tourism PR courses on July 5, for M.Tech. Electronics and Communication Engineering and Optical Engineering on July 14, whereas entrance test for admission to M.Tech. Environmental Science and Engineering and Food Engineering would be held on July 15, for M.Tech. Computer Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Print and Graphics Communication and Nano Science and Technology on July 16, for M.Tech. Geo-Informatics on July 17 and for PG Diploma in Pigment and Paint Technology on July 22.
Admission to M.Pharma course would be granted on the basis of GPAT score, he added.
Dr Ranga said that prospectus containing application form could be obtained from the university or downloaded from university's website www.gjust.ac.in. Admission forms should be deposited with the Heads of Departments concerned by June 29, 2010.

Monday, June 14, 2010

BEL selects seven DCRST Varsity students

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by Haryananewswire4u.blogspot.com (Balbir)
Chandigarh, June 14
Seven Engineering students of Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram Science and Technology University, Murthal (Sonipat) have been selected by Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), a Government of India Enterprises, Ministry of Defence in an annual package of Rs 5.50 lakh.
While stating this today, Training and Placement Officer of the University, Dr Virender Singh Ahlawat said that the process of campus placement was completed by the Company today. As many as 30 students appeared in the written test, out of them 10 students got through the test and seven students were finally selected by the
Company.
The selected students are Mohit Yadav, Ajay, Vinod Kumar, Mamta Mamoria, Brijesh Lochan, Navin Kumar and Vikram Jangra.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

HSAA to celebrate Olympic Day in Ambala

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, June 10

The Haryana State Athletics Association and the District Rural Games Association Amabla will jopintly celebrate the Olympic Day June at village Hema Majra, near Brara, District Ambala from June 22 to 24 as per the guidelines of Indian Olympic Association under the patronage of Athletic Federation of India, according to HSAA secretary Hanuman Singh Bhadu.
Bhadu informed that in the State level Olympic Day celebrations the 5 km mass run for men, 3 km mass run for women and 3 km mass run for veteran’s (above 40 years) will be conducted. Other track and field events for men and women will be 100m, 400m, 800m, 1500m run, shot put, discus and lLong jump.
Besides these events, other popular games of the region i.e. circle kabaddi, tug of war, martial arts, cart races, camel race and cultural programmes for both the sections for men and women will also be conducted. Thousands of the people from the nearby villages are expected to witness this Mega Event.
Mandeep Singh, President, District Athletics Association, Ambala informed that the organisers will provide free board and lodging to all participants and officials during the celebrations. He added that handsome cash prizes will be given to the winners of three places in all events and certificates of Olympic Day will also be given to the participants.
It may be mentioned that the Olympic Day falls on June 23. Pierre de Coubertin is known as the father of Modern Olympics. He founded the International Olympic Committee on June 23, 189. Since than, the Olympic Day is celebrated every year. Mass Run is conducted as a core activity of the Olympic Day.

M L Tayal bereaved

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, June 10

Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has expressed shock and grief over the passing away of Mrs Beni Devi, mother of former Principal Secretary to Haryana Chief Minister, Mr M.L. Tayal.
Ninety-five years old Mrs Beni Devi breathed her last at Sirsa today. She is survived by four sons and two daughters.
In a condolence message issued here today, the Chief Minister conveyed his heartfelt condolences to the members of the bereaved family and prayed that the departed soul might rest in peace.

Haryana Government to train teachers

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, June 10

The Haryana Government has decided to train each teacher to enable them to handle skillfully the task assigned to them in the institution.
Education Minister Geeta Bhukkal said that to achieve this objective,the Education Department had formulated a systematic Human Resource Development Plan which has already been approved by the Government of India. Recently recruited 1983 Physical Training Instructors (PTIs) would be the first beneficiaries of this scheme.
Sufficient budget provision for 2010-11 had been made by Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan for giving induction training to all these newly recruited teachers, she added.
Elaborating the scheme, Director General of School Education Mohammed Shayin said that a joint training team had been formed by taking persons from Education Department, Sports Department and the Bharat Scouts and Guides, Haryana.
In all, 30 days training would be imparted in three phases. Tara Devi in Himachal Pradesh has been selected as training venue keeping in view its suitable terrain and climate which are conducive for physical training including trekking, hiking, drill, yoga, rock climbing, etc.
A ten days’ residential training camp had already been organised at Camping Grounds of Bharat Scouts and Guides at Tara Devi from May 9, 2010. The training programme would cover all these PTIs in 12 batches, he added.
The main emphasis in this phase of training would be on giving first hand knowledge of physical activities like trekking, hiking, drill, yoga and rock climbing to the trainees, said Mr Shayin, adding that it would help the newly inducted teachers to assess the quantum and quality of co-curricular and extracurricular activities to be introduced for children in schools which are essential part of the holistic personality development of the students. He said that next phase of the training would focus on preparing the students for sports competitions.
The PTIs would be equipped with the knowledge of the rules and systems of various games and competitions at district, state and national level. They would also be fully trained on how to identify the talent in young children and groom them how to excess facilities of special coaching provision of State Government Sports Department.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Re-poll ordered in 149 polling booths

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, June 8

State Election Commission, Haryana today ordered the repoll for the offices of Panches, Sarpanches, Members Panchayat Samitis and Zila Parishads in 149 booths of seven districts namely Bhiwani, Faridabad, Jhajjar, Kaithal, Mewat, Palwal and Sonipat in the state on June 10, 2010. The polling would start at 7:30 a.m. and would continue till 4:00 p.m.
While giving this information here late evening today, State Election Commissioner Mr Dharam Vir said that the Commission had also directed the concerned District Election Officers that the counting for elections to Panches and Sarpanches should be held immediately after the close of poll and for Members of Panchayat Samitis and Zila Parishad on June 14, 2010.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Applications invited for admission in media courses in Kurukshetra Varsity

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, June 8

The Institute of Mass Communication and Media Technology of the Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra has invited applications for admission to various media courses for the academic session 2010-11.
While giving this information today, a spokesman of the university said that these media courses included B.A. Mass Communication of three years duration, five years integrated course in Graphics, Animation and Gaming (B. Sc & M. Sc), five years integrated course in Multi-media (B.Sc & M.Sc), M.Sc Mass Communication, M. Sc Electronic Media, M. Sc Music, Media and Electronics and M.A. Mass Communication, each of two years duration and P.G. Diploma in Graphics and Animation of one year duration.
He said that the candidates should have passed 10+2 exam with 50 per cent marks for admission in B.A. Mass Communication, five years integrated course in Graphics, Animation and Gaming (B. Sc & M. Sc) and five years integrated course in Multi Media (B.Sc & M.Sc). The eligibility for admission to M.Sc Mass Communication, M.Sc Electronic Media, M. Sc Music, Media and Electronics and M.A Mass Communication and P.G Diploma in Graphics and Animation is Bachelor Degree with 50 per cent marks.
He said that the Information Book containing application form, instructions and guidelines for admission could be obtained from the Manager (P & P), Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra from June 10, 2010 by remitting a sum of Rs 550/- (Rs 175/- for SC/BC candidates of Haryana through Demand Draft in favor of Registrar, K.U. payable at Kurukshetra, if requested by registered post. Price at the counter is Rs 500/- (Rs 125/- for SC/BC candidates of Haryana), this includes application processing and Entrance Test fee. Application form, instructions and guidelines for admission to media courses could also be downloaded from the University website http://www.kukinfo.com and http://www.kuk.ac.in, such forms must be accompanied with Demand Draft amounting Rs 500/-(Rs. 125/- for SC/BC candidates of Haryana) in favor of Registrar, K.U payable at Kurukshetra, he added.
He said that last date for submission of application form is June 30, 2010 in the office of the Director, Institute of Mass Communication and Media Technology, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra-136119, Haryana. All courses are highly job oriented and also prepare students for self employment. The applicants could also contact institute admission helpline or enquiry no. 01744-238310 and e-mail: imcmtkuk@gmail.com, he added.

HSSC revises date of interview for clerks

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, June 8

Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has revised the interview schedule for the post of Clerks in various Departments, Boards and Corporations, concerning alphabets N,O and P fixed for June 12, 2010 due to holiday declared by the State Government on that day on account of Panchayat Elections.
While giving this information here today, a spokesman of HSSC said that now the candidates have been advised to attend the interview on July 20 instead of June 12, 2010. He said that the interview committee and place of interview would remain the same.

Haryana football coach, manager, 6 players suspended; HFA fined Rs 20,000

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by Haryananewswire(Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 8

The All India Football Federation Disciplinary Committee which met on June 6 at AIFF Football House, Dwarka, Noida has suspended Haryana coach Keshav Dutt and manager Hansraj for a period of 12 months from all the football activities. It is learnt that these Haryana officials submitted false documents regarding their players during the Sub-Junior National Football Championship organized by the Haryana Football Association in Gurgaon last year.
The committee ruled that these officials were primarily responsible for impersonating players namely Yogesh, Navdeep, Jaipal, Bachhan, Deeraj and Deepal Naval. These Haryana players have also been suspended for a period of 12 month.
The disciplinary committee has also fined the Haryana Football Association, headed by Deepender Hooda, Rs. 20,000 with a written warning that if any such infringement is repeated by any of its teams in the future, the said age group team will be debarred from playing in the said tournament for a period of one year
The AIFF Disciplinary Committee also proposed that all the five Vasco players (Remus Gomes, Jerose Oliveira, Koko Sakibo, Joy Ferrao and Johnson D’Souza) be suspended for three months with effect from the date of the order, with a fine of Rs. 5000 per player. The team manager, Gavin Ariauzo is also suspended for a period of three months and has been imposed a fine of Rs. 10,000. Suspension and fine are the result of the unsportsmanship behavior in the Vasco and HAL match in the Second Division I-League in Bangalore last month.
Since some of the above players may join other clubs, the committee has recommended that the fine imposed on them, if not paid well in time, be recovered before their transfer to any other team is cleared by the AIFF. In case they fail to pay the fine, the suspension may be continued till they pay the fine.

Monday, June 7, 2010

1800 selected under sports talent scheme


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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 7

Haryana Chief Parliamentary Secretary Sharda Rathore today said that as many as 1800 sportspersons had been selected by the State Government under first phase of sports talent hunt programme.
Ms Rathore, who was addressing the sportspersons after distributing medals in the concluding function of 3-day Seventh National Acrobatic Gymnastic Competition at Assandh, said that of the total sportspersons selected by the Government, 1300 were in the age group of 13 to 19 years and 500 in the age group of 9 to 13 years. These sportspersons would be given a monthly scholarship of Rs 2,000 and Rs 1,500 respectively.
As many as 200 sportspersons of 14 States of the country took part in this 3-day Seventh National Acrobatic Gymnastic Competitions.
Ms Rathore said that the State Government was all set to promote games on large scale in the State. The State Government had implemented new sports policy under which a number of incentives were being given to the budding sportspersons. Cash prizes of crores of rupees were given to the sportspersons winning medals in the international level sports meet and the native villages of the medal winners' sportspersons were being given the status of model village. The outstanding sportspersons were also given government jobs. So far nine such sportspersons had been appointed as Deputy Superintendent of Police, besides giving them three per cent reservation in the direct recruitment to the posts of class-III and IV. As many as 171 rural sports stadia had already been constructed to promote sports among the rural youths.
Thanks to the new sports policy implemented by the State Government, the sportspersons of Haryana had brought laurels to the State by winning medals at national and international sports events and they would also give a good account of themselves in the forthcoming Commonwealth Games, she added.

CCSHAU issues CET admit cards

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 7
Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (CCSHAU), Hisar, has issued admit cards to the candidates for common entrance test (CET) scheduled to be held on June 12 for admission to under-graduate and post-graduate courses.
Registrar Dr. R.S. Dalal said that all the candidates who have applied for admission in B.V.Sc. & A.H., B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture and M.Sc. in the disciplines of Food Science and Technology, Biotechnology and Bioinformatics had already been sent the admit cards by post under postal certificate (UPC).
He said that since the admit card was mandatory for gaining entry in the examination centre, the candidates who have not yet received the same, might collect the duplicate admit card in person between June 9 and June 11 from Assistant Registrar (PGS) during office hours from 7.00 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. after paying fee of Rs. 20.
They should also bring along one recent attested coloured photograph as pasted on admission form, he added.
MUD EXTENDS DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORMS
Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak has extended the last date for submission of application forms for admission to Post-graduate (P.G.) Courses (M.A./M.Sc./M.Com.)/ Diploma Courses up to June 21.
While stating this today, a spokesman of the University said that details of University P.G. Courses were available on University website www.mdurohtak.com. Earlier, the deadline for submission of application forms was June 14.
This extension in last date would also apply to the P.G. courses available at MDU P.G. Regional Centre, Mirpur (Rewari), he added.
PGIMS INVITES APPLICATIONS Pt. B.D. Sharma Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS), Rohtak has invited applications from eligible candidates for admission to post doctoral courses.
Stating this today, a spokesman of the Institute said that courses for which applications have been invited included one-year Indian Diploma in Critical Care Medicine (IDCC) of Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine) and one-year for MD/two-year for DCH Fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care of Pediatric Critical Care Council (Department of Pediatrics).
He said that the applications on plain paper complete in all respects should reach the office of Director, Pt. B.D. Sharma PGIMS, Rohtak by June 20. The selection would be made through interview the date of which would be communicated to the applicants on their contact numbers, he added.

Saturday, June 5, 2010

PPAI honour for CCS HAU Prof Ram Singh

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh June 5

Dr. Ram Singh, Professor of the Department of Entomology, Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (CCS HAU), Hisar has been selected as Fellow of the Plant Protection Association of India (PPAI).
Disclosing this today, a spokesman of the University said that recognising the contributions made by Professor Ram Singh to the field of entomology sciences, the PPAI conferred this honour on him during its Annual General Body Meeting held recently at Hyderabad.
He said that during his 27 years teachings at CCS HAU, Professor Singh authored and edited four books and published 150 research papers in national and international journals of repute.
He said that recently Professor Singh had also been selected to the Editorial Board of reputed journals, Agricultural Sciences (An American Journal), Journal of Insect Science and Annals of Biology. He had also served as fellow of Royal Entomological Society, London and had been the recipient of prestigious European Commission Fellowship, FAO Training Fellowship, Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) Awards and CCS HAU Gold Medal. Dr. Ram Singh is also serving on the panel of experts of International Research Journal like Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (Netherlands), Journal of Applied Entomology (Germany) and
International Journal of Pest Management (England).

Saplings planted at SRITE


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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 5

Shree Ram Institute of Technical Education, Mouli, Barwala celebrated the World Environment Day in the campus today. Mr Harish Mittal, President, Smt Asha Kiran vice-president and other faculty members and students planted saplings in the campus. The president emphasised the faculty and the students to take care of at least individual plant planted by them in future. Principal Mr V.K.Garg, being ex-scientist of environment of Haryana laid stress on the need of conservation of water, petroleum products and energy, use of solar energy etc.
The president addresed the students and staff that from we take oath that we all will celebrate our by planting at sleast one tree every year because it a small contribution towards the nature.

Friday, June 4, 2010

Nirman Sadan adjudged the best building


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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 4

The Indian Buildings Congress has adjudged Nirman Sadan of Haryana PW(B&R) Department the best for Award for Excellence in Built Environment for 2009. As many as 21 entries were received from all over the country.
The prestigious award will be presented during the inaugural function of 16th Annual Convention of Indian Buildings Congress on June 17 in Vigyan Bhawan at New Delhi. As may as 91 site meetings were chaired by Mahesh Kumar, Engineer-in-Chief and that resulted this building to be state of art building, completed in shortest possible time and at the most economical rates.
The background for construction of Nirman Sadan building was Haryana Government’s decision to bring under one roof, all the offices scattered at 10 places in Sector-19, 7 and 17 to achieve inter departmental co-ordination and improve efficiency of work. Both departments were entrusted the task of planning a state of the art, efficient, modern building at a site measuring 3.19 acres with covered area of 10,436 sq.m located on NH-21 in Sector 33-A Chandigarh.
The design of building was a challenging task due to multiple constraints and parameters mandatory as per by laws of Chandigarh Administration. Site parameters include 16% ground coverage, zoning setback, height restrictions, volumetric zoning, parking norms, F.A.R. as 0.65, strict facade control. This building comprises three blocks namely Block-A G+6 (houses offices of PW (B&R), canteen, video conference room), Block-B (G+1 contains library, conference, tender ,audio visual rooms, ladies common room, display area, ATM, reception) and Block-C (G+3 houses Architecture Department).
Salient features of the building are that Nirman Sadan has been constructed on green building concept. It is also energy efficient, earthquake resistant and barrier free building. Rain water harvesting and solar water heating systems have been provided. Big windows are placed in north for natural light, ventilation and visibility of open areas for better environment to cater for better mood, mind and health of employees. Central courtyards have been provided with landscape for better ambience, air circulation. Building facade is with structural glazing, heat reflecting glass, aluminum composite panels give a pleasant aesthetic outlook. The basement below all blocks is well ventilated with natural light.
Fans and fittings are energy efficient as per Haryana Renewable Energy Development Agency and BEE Guidelines thus saving about 25% in electricity consumption. Appliances used adhere to five star rating of Bureau of Energy Efficiency. Plantation on south west side to deflect heat in line with green concept. Glass lifts have been provided to enjoy view of landscape.
This building has been designed conforming to IS 1893-2002, IS 4326 and IS 13920-1993. Fire sensing/alarm systems have been provided. Automatic Sprinklers provided in basement operate when temperature rises to 65ยบ C. Carbon Dioxide flooding system has been provided for electrical panels. There is motorable area around the building for free movement of fire tenders. Surveillance system is through CCTV cameras and Biometric access control with sensor doors. No depressed slab of toilets is

MDU B Ed and D Bed exams postponed

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 4

Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak has postponed the B.Ed. and D.Ed. (Part-I) Annual examinations, earlier scheduled from June 10, owing to the Panchayat elections in the state.
MDU Controller of Examinations (CoE) K.C. Dadhwal said that the D.Ed. (Part-I) examination will now be held from June 17 to July 5. B.Ed. Annual examination will be held from June 18 to July 6. The examination will be held from 2.30 p.m. to 5.30. p.m. for both the courses.
Meanwhile, MDU will organize centralized admission counseling for admissions to Physical Education courses in the Dept. of Physical Education of the varsity as
well as its’ affiliated colleges for the session 2010-2011.
MDU Registrar Dr. S.P. Vats said that the University will issue a separate prospectus for the Physical Education courses shortly.
Meanwhile, the applicants who had applied on the basis of Hand Book of Information-I need not apply again, informed the Registrar.
HARYANA BOARD TO CONDUCT EXAMS FROM JUNE 17
D.Ed first year and second year fail and compartment examinations to be conducted by Haryana Board of School Education, Bhiwani are commencing from June 17, 2010.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Board said that the admit cards along with pre-printed mark lists for internal assessment and practical subjects would be available at all District Coordination Centres of the Board on June 8, 2010.
All the Principals of the institutions concerned were directed to collect the envelopes containing admit cards and mark lists for internal assessments and practical subjects of the students related to their institutes from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 8, 2010. They had also been directed to ensure that the duly filled in mark lists of internal assessment and practical subjects should be submitted to the District Coordination Centres by July 15, 2010 positively, he added.
The spokesman said that the Principals of the institutions would be personally responsible for not collecting envelopes and submitting filled in mark lists of internal assessment and practical subjects on the prescribed date. The admit cards of private students were being dispatched to the institutions concerned from where they could get their admit cards, he added.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

MDS seats in PGIMS increased by 30 persons

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 3

Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has said that Master of Dental Surgeon (MDS) seats in Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences (P.G.I.M.S.), Rohtak had been increased by 30 persons and Naturopathy and Yoga O.P.D. had also been started, besides introducing new courses of Mechanical and Dental Hygiene in its Dental College.
The Chief Minister, who was addressing the Second Anniversary function of the establishment of the University at Rohtak yester evening, said that the Administrative Block of Nursing College is ready. Four teams of Nurses had been given advanced training. Today, the University ranked No.8 among government institutes at national level and at No.4 in North India. He expressed hope that by promoting research work and coordinating with the reputed international institutes, the university would progress very fast and soon would become number one university of the country.
Mr Hooda said that the State Government had increased the Health Budget for providing better health services to the people, particularly to weaker sections of the society. Government had prepared schemes of Rupees 15 hundred crore, under which services like ambulances for villages, health cards for 40 lakh children up to the age of 18 under Indira Child Health Scheme, free medicines to patients, free operations and delivery services to poor people had been started. For enhancing medical education in the state, AIIMS at Badhsa in district Jhajjar was being expanded. A woman medical college at Khanpur kalan, a medical college in Mewat, Kalpana Chawla Medical College in Karnal and E.S.I. Medical College at Faridabad were being set up. In Gurgaon, 100 bedded E.S.I. hospital had started working, which is to be made 200 bedded hospital. For recruitment of the doctors, interviews were being taken every month.
Congratulating the Vice Chancellor, Professors, Doctors and other officials of the University, Mr Hooda said that they were working really hard. The University had got recognition from UGC in February 2010 and as a result, it would be getting financial assistance from Central Government.
The Vice Chancellor of the University Dr. S.S. Sangwan informed that every year 14 lakh patients come to P.G.I.M.S and the Institute was providing 173 medicines free of cost. The University had so far given recognition to 68 Nursing, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy institutes and colleges. This was a matter of pride for us that doctors from other countries have started coming here for training and patients are also coming from outside for treatment, he added.
Mr Sangwan said, "The credit for the present position of the P.G.I.M.S. Rohtak and the University of Health Sciences goes to farsightedness, support and cooperation of the Chief Minster Sh. Hooda and MP Sh. Deepender Hooda. Our three doctors have been selected for Commonwealth Fellowship. 18 Faculty members of the Institute have participated at international level conferences and seminars and 187 faculty members at national level."
On this occasion the Chief Minister released the first news bulletin of the University. MP Mr Shadi Lal Batra and MLAs Mr Bharat Bhushan and Mrs Shakuntla Khatak released the Telephone Directory of the University.
An exhibition of different wings of the P.G.I.M.S was also put up on the occasion. The Chief Minister took keen interest in it and appreciated it.
Pro-Vice chancellor S.M. Chugh thanked the guests for coming to the function. Dr. Naveen Malhotra conducted the stage, the political advisor of the CM. Prof. Virender Singh, Vice Chancellor of MDU, Mr R.P. Hooda, Rohtak Commissioner Rajiv Sharma, Registrar Mahender Pal and former Registrar T.K. Sharma were also present in the function.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Hotel Management diploma course admission

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by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chandigarh, June 1

Institute of Hotel Management Catering and Nutrition, Panipat has invited applications by July 12, 2010 for admission to three diploma courses.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Haryana Tourism said that applications had been invited for Diploma in Bakery and Confectionery, Diploma in Food and Beverages Service and Diploma in Food Production. The duration of all these diploma courses would be one year with six months of industrial training. The minimum qualification required were 10 plus two with English as compulsory subject. The number of seats available in the courses was 20 each in Diploma in Bakery and Confectionery and Diploma in Food Production and 50 in Diploma in Food and Beverages Service.
He said that the candidates with maximum age of 22 years as on June 1, 2010 could apply for the diploma. The age limit was relaxable by three years for the candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes families. Counseling for the selection of all eligible candidates would be conducted on July 19, 2010, he added.