Friday, December 30, 2011

Major Achievements of Ambala Police of 2011


  1. Desperate criminal Hanish Thakur nabbed: Notorious criminal and one of the key masterminds of the infamous ‘Nishant Singh Gang’ of Ambala Cantt. along-with his two accomplices was arrested from Ambala City on 7th January, 2011 by Ambala CIA staff. Five illicit weapons and five live rounds were recovered. This desperate criminal was wanted in many heinous cases of Ambala, Panchkula, Mohali, Patiala and Chandigarh. With the arrest of Hanish Thakur, all the members of this gang are now behind bars facing various criminal trials.

  1. Haryana’s Most Wanted Gangster Badri killed in encounter with Ambala STF: Haryana’s most wanted gangster Rajesh @ Badri, the gangster was shot dead in cross-firing on 1st February, 2011 close to the border of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh in Dholpur District of Rajasthan. Rajesh @ Badri carried an award of more than Rs. 5 Lakhs on his head. The police recovered a 9mm pistol, 15 bullets, one hand grenade, one motorcycle and four mobile phones from the scene of the encounter. In return, the police had to fire more than 50 rounds to keep the gangster engaged. This dreaded interstate gangster was wanted in more than 30 cases of gruesome murder, attempt to murder, dacoity, robbery, theft and bodily hurt in Panchkula, Ambala, Bhiwani, Jhajjar, Sonepat, Rohtak, Hisar districts of Haryana and also in other states of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan. He was declared a proclaimed offender by various courts of law. This dreaded gangster had committed the sensational dacoity in Sector 14, Panchkula situated PC Jewellers in 2009 in which his gang had robbed jewellery articles worth crores of rupees while dressed as policemen and had also fired upon the staff. His gang members had been arrested by the police and recovery of robbed articles was also effected however, this top gangster Rajesh @ Badri remained at large and was on the most wanted list. With the death of Rajesh @ Badri in this encounter, Haryana Police has achieved a big success in its efforts of making Haryana safe and secure.

  1. Kidnapped 8 year old boy rescued within four hours: Swift and meticulous action on part of Ambala Police resulted in the safe rescue of an eight year old boy, who was kidnapped on 10th February, 2011 from a little distance away from his house, when he was returning from his school. The boy’s grandfather received a ransom call from the kidnappers of Rs. 80 Lakhs in return for the boy. Within four hours of the incident, the Ambala Police not just rescued the victim alive but also caught one of the accused in the crime after a hot chase and cross-firing. Two other accused were later arrested by the police. Two illicit firearms, one bullet, two empty cartridges and the vehicle used in the incident were also recovered. All of them are now in judicial custody facing criminal trial.

  1. Conman Sohan Lal wanted in over 15 cases of cheating nabbed:  Ambala Police cracked 18 cases of cheating-cum-theft with the arrest of swindler Sohan Lal, a resident of Manimajra, Chandigarh. This crook used to dupe house wives and elderly people especially those from the lower strata of the society to extract their valuables and personal belongings by narrating them false stories. He was caught by the police on 11th August, 2011.

  1. Sensational blind murder of a woman and her two minor sons traced: Dead bodies of unidentified woman and her two sons with multiple injuries were found from an isolated area of Village Bara, PS Parao, Ambala on 26th August, 2011. On 1st September, 2011, Ambala Police cracked this sensational and daring blind murder with the arrest of accused Balwinder Singh, a resident of Patiala district and recovery of weapon used in the commission of this crime.

  1. Major Terrorist Bid Foiled by Police, 5 Kg explosives recovered from Railway Station, Ambala Cantt.: On 12th October, 2011, in a joint operation of the Haryana and Delhi Police in co-ordination with intelligence agencies, the Ambala Police located a suspected vehicle lying parked in the public parking of Railway Station, Ambala Cantt. The Bomb Disposal Squad of Haryana Police successfully recovered 5 Kg of explosive material, possibly RDX, two timers and five detonators that were concealed within the suspected vehicle thereby foiling a major terrorist bid.

  1. Hard core gang of dacoits and contract killers busted by Ambala STF: On 15th October, 2011, the Ambala Special Task Force (STF) nabbed five wanted members of an inter-district hard core gang of contract killers and dacoits in the area of PS Baldev Nagar while preparing to commit a dacoity. One 9mm Machine Carbine, two magazines, 5 country-made pistols and 9 bullets were recovered from their possession. It is believed that this gang was to use these firearms for committing various murders in the areas of district Jind.

  1. Ambala STF cracks the KU shoot-out case: On 21st October, 2011, the Ambala STF apprehended two persons while attempting to commit a robbery in the area of PS Ambala Sadar. These persons were the main accused in the sensational Kurukshetra University shoot-out case. One 9mm pistol, four bullets, vehicle with fake RC and fake DL were recovered from their possession.

  1. Member of terrorist outfit BTF and accomplice arrested: Ambala Police arrested Gurbaz Singh, a resident of Patiala, a member of the Punjab based terrorist outfit Bhindrawalan Tiger Force (BTF) along with his accomplice on 9th November, 2011 from the area of PS Naggal, Ambala while attempting to loot passers-by. Two country-made pistols, two bullets, two fake vehicle registration number plates and four stolen trucks were also recovered by the police.

  1. Parole Jumper on the run for 10 years nabbed: Parole Jumper Nirmal Singh, a resident of Distt. Sonepat, who was convicted for life imprisonment in a sensational case of year 1993 of distt. Sonepat of a cold-blooded murder of five members of a family and who had jumped parole in 2001 was nabbed by Ambala Police on 18th December, 2011 from Distt. Saharanpur, UP.
  2. Action against female foeticide: In 2011, a total of 9 cases have been registered under various sections of the PNDT Act, MTP Act and IPC against private doctors and their staff who were found indulging in the detestable practice of sex test determination and abortion of fetuses.
  3. Action against fake SIM card sales: In 2011, Ambala Police has registered 11 cases against persons found either in possession of SIM cards on fake documents or those retailers/distributors who did not properly verify antecedents of customers before activating new SIM connections.
  4. Blind Murders: 9 blind murders have been traced by Ambala Police in 2011. In these cases, 20 accused persons have been arrested and are now facing criminal trials in the courts.
  5. Recovery under LSL: Ambala Police has so far registered 375 cases (68 more than 2010) under Gambling Act, in which, 533 persons have been arrested and an amount of Rs. 8, 47,980/- has been recovered. A total of 52 cases under NDPS Act, 1985 have been registered in 2011. Contraband comprising of 4.77 kg opium, 4.48 kg charas, 28 quintal poppy husk, 681 gm smack and 480 gm ‘sulfa’ has been recovered. 67 persons were arrested in these cases. 394 cases were registered under Excise Act and 415 persons were booked under these cases.
  6. Action under Arms Act: A total of 38 cases were registered under the Arms Act, 1954. 1 9mm Machine Carbine, 25 country-made illicit firearms, 93 cartridges and 33 knives were recovered. 45 persons were arrested in all.
  7. Gangs: 20 criminal gangs of crimes against property were caught by
    Ambala Police in which, 70 habitual criminals were arrested and 72 cases were traced. Stolen case property worth Rs. 19, 36,245/- was recovered.
  8. Traffic Violations: Total 94,476 traffic violations have been challaned in 2011. In this, there 11,801 challans of over-speeding and 345 of drunken-driving. 
  9. Gang of robbers busted: The Ambala Police arrsted five members of a gang on 29.12.11, while they were preparing to commit a dacoity in the area of Police Station Parao, Police District Ambala. The police has recovered a knife, two iron rods and some tools/weapons which were used by them in their previous criminal acts. With the arrest of this gang, a case of dacoity with an Army personnel, which took place on 09.12.11 has been solved and a couple of other cases are also expected to be traced.

Haryana Government notifies public holidays in 2012

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 30
The Haryana Government has notified public holidays in its offices for the calendar year 2012.
         The birth and death anniversaries of the noted personalities and festivals which have been declared as public holidays include Republic Day (January 26), Guru Ravidas Birthday (February 7), Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti (February16), Mahashivaratri (February 20), Holi (March 8), Shaheedi Diwas of Sardar Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev (March 23), Mahavir Jayanti (April 5), Vaisakhi
(April 13), Lord Parshu Ram Jayanti (April 23), Maharana Partap Jayanti (May 24), Sant Kabir Jayanti (June 4), Janamashtmi (August 10), Independence Day (August 15), Id-ul-Fitr (August 20), Mahatma
Gandhi Birthday (October 2), Maharaja Aggarsain Jayanti (October 16), Dussehra (October 24), Maharshi Balmiki's Birthday (October 29), Haryana Day (November 1), Diwali (November 13), Vishwakarma Day (November 14), Guru Nanak's Birthday (November 28), Christmas Day (December 25) and Shaheed Udham Singh's Birthday (December 26).
         The festivals and occasions which fall on closed days have been excluded from the above list. These are Sir Chhotu Ram Jayanti (January 28), Basant Panchmi (January 28), Ram Navmi (April 1), Dr B. R. Ambedkar Jayanti (April 14), Teej (July 22), Haryana's Heroes and Martyrdom Day (September 23) and Id-ul-Juha (Bakrid) (October 27).
         The employees would also be allowed any two holidays to be chosen out of the Restricted Holidays, which are Id-e-Milad or Milad ul-Nabi (Birth of Prophet Mohammad) (February 5), Good Friday (April 6), Budh Purnima (May 6), Guru Arjan Dev's Martyrdom Day (May 25), Shaheed Udham Singh's Martyrdom Day (July 31), Raksha Bandhan (August 2), Karva Chauth (November 2), Govardhan Puja (November 14) and Guru Teg Bahadur's Martyrdom Day (November 24) and Muharram (November 25).
         As per a notification to this effect issued by  Chief Secretary Haryana  Urvashi Gulati, all Saturdays and Sundays will also be observed as public holidays in the Government offices.


Thursday, December 29, 2011

MDU B Ed, M Ed and D Ed exams on January 5

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 29
Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU) will hold the B.Ed., M.Ed. and D.Ed. examination from January 5, 2012.
          The MDU Controller of Examinations , Dr. B.S. Sindhu said that examination would be held from 2  to 5 p.m.  Examination date sheet, and admit cards of all eligible candidates have been uploaded on the University website www.mdurohtak.ac.in .  In case of any examination related problem, candidates might contact R-IV branch for M.Ed. R-I branch for D.Ed.  and NYSA for B.Ed. examination.

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Haryana Open School (Ist and 2nd semester) re-appear results

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 28
The result of  Secondary or  Senior Secondary re-appear(First and Second  semester) and CTP/STC( without semester) of Haryana Open School  would be declared on December 29,2011.
                   Disclosing this, Mr. Chander Parkash, Secretary, Board of School Education Haryana said that 4841 candidates appeared in open secondary  re-appear examination and 1046 were declared successful giving a pass percentage  of 21.60. He said that 12632 candidates appeared in CTP/STC examination and 4440 candidates got through it showing a pass percentage of 35.14.
                   He said that 3394 candidates appeared in Senior Secondary re-appear examination and 1062 were declared as pass giving a pass percentage of 31.29 per cent. He said 12110 candidates appeared in CTP/STC examination  and 5498 candidates were successful obtaining a pass percentage of 45.40.The performance report would be available on December 29 on BSNL mobile through SMS by typing HOSrollno>send to 56666,CTProllno>send to 56666 and  on Helpline number 01664-254000 from 8 a.m. on wards December 29. Candidates could also log   on from 8 a.m. onwards on December 29 for performance reports at Websites: http://bseh.gov.in , http://hbse.nic.in ,www.educationgateway.co.in , www.indiaresults.com ,www.schools9.com , www.examresults.net, www.amarujala.com for performance reports .
                   He said that the candidates who want to apply for re-appear in semester  and CTP or STC without semester examinations in March,2012 could send their examination forms upto January 18,2012 with an examination fee of Rs. 750. After this date a late fee of Rs. 100 would be payable upto January 25,2012 and the late fee of Rs. 300 would be charged upto February 1,2012 and a late fee of Rs. 1000 would be payable upto February 8,2012. In case of a holiday, the next working day would be considered as the last date. Candidates could deposit their examination forms at concerned District Co-ordination Centres or  Board Headquarters, Bhiwani byhand or could send by Registered or Speed Post. Forms would be not acceptable by courier, he added. 

Senior Secondary (Ist semester) performance report

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 28
The performance reports of  regular candidates of  senior  secondary first semester examination conducted by Board of School Education  Haryana in October will be declared on December 29,2011.  The  result of private or re-appear candidates of Senior Secondary will also be declared on the same day.
                  While disclosing this  today, the Secretary of the Board, Mr. Chander Parkash said  that 257788 candidates appeared in Senior Secondary first semester examination at 1646 centres.Only performance reports of these candidates would be declared and the whole result of these candidates  would be declared  after adding the results of second semester examination  scheduled to be conducted in March 2012.Those candidates who have got re-appear in their performance report could apply for March-2012 examinations with an examination fee of Rs. 375.
                   He said that the result of private or re-appear or additional subject  or improvement candidates of Senior Secondary   would also be declared on December 29. A total of 65200 candidates appeared in thise examination and 32963 candidates were declared as pass  giving the pass percentage of 50.55.He said that the performance  report or Hindi version of check list would be available to concerned schools or Heads of institutions in the offices of District Education Officers on December 29 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on December 30 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
                   He said that the performance report would be available on December 29 on BSNL mobile through SMS by typing HR12rollno>send to 56666 and  on Helpline number 01664-254000 from 8 a.m. on wards on December 29. The candidates could also log  on Websites: http://bseh.gov.in ,http://hbse.nic.in , www.educationgateway.co.in ,www.indiaresults.com , www.schools9.com ,www.examresults.net, www.amarujala.com  for performance reports from 8 a.m. onwards on December 29.
                   He said that the candidates who want to apply for re-appear or  compartment or fail or full subjects examinations in March,2012 could send their examination forms upto January 18,2012 with an examination fee of Rs. 640. After this date, a late fee of Rs. 100 would be payable upto January 25,2012 and the late fee of Rs. 300 would be charged upto February 1,2012 and a late fee of Rs. 1000 would be payable upto February 8,2012. In case of a holiday, the next working day would be considered as the last date. Forms would not be acceptable by courier, he added.

Monday, December 26, 2011

Krishna Punia honouring Haryana karate champion


Applications invited for SC Post Matric Scholarships

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 26
The Department of Technical Education, Haryana has invited applications from Haryana resident students belonging to Scheduled Castes (SC) for Post Matric Scholarship Scheme,which is a 100 per cent Centrally Sponsored Scheme and the Scheduled Caste Sub Plan (SCSP) Scheme of Haryana Government for the session 2011-12.
While stating this here today a spokesman of the Department said that the students studying in various technical institutions situated in Haryana and undertaking AICTE-approved courses such as Pre-Engineering Polytechnic Diploma, D. Pharmacy, B. Pharmacy, M. Pharmacy, BHMCT, DHMCT, B.E/B.Tech/M.E/M.Tech/Ph.D only in engineering subjects, MBA/MCA (running only in technical institutions through regular mode and  approved by Technical Education Department, Haryana) were eligible to apply for these schemes.
Giving details, he said that all SC Students having annual parental income less than Rs. two lakh from all sources could apply for the Post Matric Scholarship Scheme (100 per cent Centrally Sponsored Scheme) and all       SC students having annual        parental       income between Rs two lakh to Rs.2.40        lakh   and    admitted through Centralized counseling could apply for the Scheduled Caste Sub Plan (SCSP) Scheme of Haryana Government.
He further said that the eligible SC students could obtain free application forms from the concerned Institutes or District Welfare Officer. The filled-in application forms with all the required documents were to be submitted with the concerned institutions positively  by January 15, 2012. Applications received after the due date would not be entertained. All other conditions issued by the Government from time to time and available on Department website: www.techeduhry.nic.in would be applicable, he clarified.He said that all the Heads of the Technical Institutions were requested to submit the consolidated lists in the prescribed proformas  which was available on the Department’s website www.techeduhry.nic.in alongwith complete application forms and documents on or beforeJanuary 15, 2012 as per the instructions already conveyed and available on the Department’s website. He added that claims received after January 15, 2012 would not be entertained.

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Sanya and Rehmat first in flower arrangement


 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
PANCHKULA, DEC 25
Jingle Bells-The school fete which was being organized by Hallmark Public School, sector-15 concluded today. The school was decorated with buntings and  flowers. Hallmark’s fiesta was truly an avalanche of entertainment. The snow clad hills, Santa giving rides to children on his sledge, decorated Christmas trees and Snowmen made the school look very picturesque. The non-stop entertainment with the giggly and bumpy  joy rides, Columbus, nearly thirty fun filled game stalls and Tatoo making catered all, from little ones to the elderly . The event was a   roaring success and a great learning experience for the young students of hallmark. K K Gupta, chairman of the school gave away the trophies to the winners. Around 500 students from different schools of tricity participated in the competitions.
Results: Flower Arrangement: 8 to 11 yrs.: 1 Sanya Chadha , 2 Divya , 3 Aman Pathak. 11 to 15 yrs.: 1 Rehmat Kaur ,  2 Avik Seth , 3 Palak.
Face Painting Contest: 8 to 11 yrs.: 1 Yukti & Prakshi , 2 Parul & Kashish , 3 Preeti & Rahul. 11 to 15 yrs.:  1 Nisha & Lalit, 2 Prachi & Lovish , 3 Ananaya & Tanya.
Paint Without Using Brush: 3 to 5 yrs.: 1 Lucky, 2 Samridhi , 3 Ananya. 5 to 8 yrs.: 1 Sneha Goel , 2 Pooja Verma, 3 Prabhav. 8 to 12 yrs.: 1 Vanshika , 2 Hardik , 3 Neha.
Masqurerade mask Designing: 8 to 11 yrs. 1 Divyanshu , 2 Sanya , 3 Sankalp. 11 to 15 yrs.: 1 Prachi , 2 Meha , 3 Sukriti Garg.
Tux Paint Contest: 5 to 8 yrs.:  1  Dayita , 2 Deevanshi , 3 Harshwardhan. 8 to 11 yrs.: 1 Asmi Vashist , 2 Paras Garg, 3 Vivek.
Solo Instrumental Music: 6 to 10 yrs.: 1  Daksh Bhatia , 2 Rishit, 3 Kashish. 10 to 15 yrs.:  1  Hardith Singh , 2 Vaibhav , 3 Sahejvir.
Solo Dance Contest: 4 to 6yrs.:  1 Kashish Sharma , 2 Asmi Kapoor , 2 Shruti. 6 to 10 yrs.:  1 Sanya ,  2 Gaurja , 3 Deepanshu. 10 to 15yrs.: 1 Tarush , 2 Asmi , 3 Dev Karan.

 

Haryana emerging as a sports state in India

The victorious Haryana team in the Junior National Hockey Championship in Pune.
by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 25
Besides becoming an education hub, Haryana has also emerged  as a sports state in the country and the state government has provided Rs 995 crore during the year 2011-12 for the promotion of sports, arts and culture.
          This was stated by Mr Gopal Kanda, State Minister for Local Bodies and Home while speaking in the annual function of Maharaja Agarsain Senior Secondary School, Sirsa. Education Minister Mrs Geeta Bhukkal was also present in the function as a chief guest.
He said that Sports Development Fund has also been created in the state to provide financial assistance to the sportspersons  for preparing themselves for sports competitions, besides  providing them insurance cover.
         Mr Kanda announced to give a sum of Rs one lakh from his discretionary fund  to the school and also announced to give a sum of Rs 1.51 lakh to the children taking part in the cultural and other activities.
          He said that the youth of Haryana  were pursuing games as a profession  and they were beginning to see their future in games. The state government had appointed outstanding sportspersons to the post of Deputy Superintendent of Police, inspector, sub inspector and constables in police department. They had  been given appointments in other departments also.
          Referring the sports facilities provided in district Sirsa, Mr Kanda said that  besides setting up academies for men's hockey and kabaddi, wings of various  sports had also been set up. The astroturf hockey ground developed in Sirsa  would go a long way in promotion of hockey games in the state.He also extended his felicitation to the people and children on the occasion of Christmas.
However, the achievement of the Haryana junior hockey team in the recently held Nationals in Pune has gone unnoticed. Haryana won the Junior Nationals. No one in the Government or the Haryana Olympic Association has complimented the players for winning the Nationals.

Saturday, December 24, 2011

500 students participate in inter-school competitions




by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 24
 As many as 500 students from all the reputed schools of the tricity participated with in various inter school competitions namely mask designing contest, flowers arrangement contest, face painting contest, paint without brush contest, TUX paint contest (NIIT) windows movie making contest (NIIT) with zest and zeal.
'Jingle Bells' the two days annual fete started here in Hallmark Public School, Sector-15, Panchkula. The students from Bhawan Vidayala, Saupin's, Gurukul, Vivek High School, Stepping Stones School, New India Smart School, Manav Mangal School, etc. participated enthusiastically.
The parents were all enthralled to see the arrangements, d├ęcor. A 17 feet tall snowman made every eyeball turn. The results for the above mentioned competitions and the prize distribution ceremony will be held tomorrow at 1:00p m: School chairman KK Gupta will grace the concludinng ceremony and he will give away the prizes to the winners.

Harco Bank enhances credit limit of rural artisans

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 24

The Haryana State Cooperative Apex  Bank Ltd. (HARCO BANK) has enhanced the Maximum Credit Limit (MCL) of Rural Artisans and Petty Shopkeepers members of Primary Agricultural Credit Societies (PACS) from Rs 25,000 to Rs 35,000.
        While giving this information here today, Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Cooperation Department Mr. Krishana Mohan said that the Central Cooperative Banks in Haryana have disbursed Short and Medium term loans amounting to Rs. 3509.38 crores to the farmers for various purposes from January to November 2011. He said that the percentage of recoveries at Apex bank level during the year 2010-11 was 99.94 per cent as compared to 99.93 per cent during the year 2009-10. The Bank earned profits of Rs 5.01 crore during the year 2010-11 after wiping out losses of Rs 17.94 crore during the year 2009-10.
        He said that  the State Interest Subvention Scheme-2010 for timely repayment of members of PACS has been implemented and farmers who repaid their crop loans availed from March 1, 2010 to February 28, 2011 on or before dates, a rebate in interest amounting to Rs 8.58 crore to as many as 3,53,605 loanee members has been provided. Apart from this the State Government has also decided to waive off loans upto Rs I0, 000 alongwith interest of Rural Artisans, Petty Shop-keepers and Landless Labourers members of PACS who were overdue as on June 30, 2009.
        Mr. Krishana Mohan said that with an aim to safeguard the interest of farmers, the State Government has implemented the Haryana Relief of Agricultural Indebtedness Act, 1989. As per provisions of this Act, Cooperative Banks could not recover interest more than the principal amount irrespective of periodicity of overdue loan.  Personal Accident Insurance Scheme was also implemented for Kisan Credit Card (KCC) holders for the first time and implemented by Furture Generalli India Insurance Company Ltd. Under the scheme as many as 8,34,181 farmers were covered and 146 claims were paid amounting to Rs 4838696.00.
        Mr. Krishana Mohan further said that Revolving Cash Credit. Scheme for releasing surplus land mortgaged by farmers in excess of one and half times over and above the loan amount based on present valuation of land has been implemented by all the District Central Cooperative Banks (DCCBs). Under this scheme, 2058 farmers aggregating to 6373 acres of land have been released so far.
        He said that the Haryana State Cooperative Agriculture and Rural Development Bank (HSCARDB) have advanced Rs 26027.58 lacs to as many as 9171 beneficiaries from Jaunary1, 2011 to November 30, 2011. He said that while loans for the purpose of Non Farm Sector, Rural Housing and Purchase of land are being advanced at the rate of 14 per cent per annum with effect from November 5, 2011,the all other loans were being advanced at the rate of 13 per cent per annum. A 5 per cent rebate was allowed on all slabs to regular paymasters, he added.
He said that the State Government has further announced a scheme of interest subvention at the rate of 5 per cent to the welfare of farmers by covering those who were regular in their repayments of loans. The Bank has provided interest subvention to 16,681 beneficiaries so far amounting to Rs 1008.99 lacs from January 1, 2011 to September 30, 2011.
Throwing light on strenuous efforts made by the Cooperative Movement in transforming the rural economy of Haryana he said that the movement has provided a number of services including financial assistance for boosting their professional activities. To ensure the benefit of various schemes to percolate to all sections of people. large number of new cooperative societies have been registered. Presently more than 35000 cooperative societies of various types with a membership of more than 57 lacs are working for the welfare of people of Haryana.

MDU to conduct coaching programme for Haryana Civil Series examinations

by Haryananewswire4u (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 24 
The University Centre for Competitive Examination (UCCE) of Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU),Rohtak will conduct coaching programme for Haryana Civil Services Examination (Preliminary)’ 2012 from January17, 2012.
                   The University spokesperson informed that interested candidates may apply on prescribed form for enrolment in the coaching programme up to January13. Enrolled candidates from SC/ST and B.C. categories will be provided free coaching. For Details, candidates may contact the UCCE office in UIET Building of the University, added the spokesperson.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Haryana to issue new electronic smart card to farmers

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 23
The Haryana Government has decided to introduce a new scheme of issuing electronic smart card to  the  farmers in the state.
          While stating this  here today, an official spokesman said that the card would be made available to each farmer by the market committee concerned. These cards would  have all details, such as the name of farmer, name of his village, age, description of his land and crops grown by the farmer. The card would also have details  of the sale of the agriculture produce of the farmers and payments made to him  for his produce.
          With the issuance of this card, the farmers would not need to keep separate record of his  yields and  income, he added.
          He said that the farmers  would have to show this card  to the official of market committee at the gate of the mandi and the official concerned would insert it into a machine installed there and thereafter a slip containing  the weight of the vehicle, variety and entry would be provided  to the farmer.
This would ensure automatic entry of the farmers in the computer. Thereafter the crop of the farmers would be sold in the market and the farmer would get  the price of the sold crop entered in the computer  at the gate  of the mandi while returning home. The  market committee would keep the record of four-five years of each farmer.  This system would also ensure the record of the total arrivals  of  the farm produce in all the 106 mandis of the state.
          Initially,  the scheme was being  launched from grain market Rohtak and it would be  introduced  in all the mandis of the state  later. The scheme would prove a boon for the farmers of the state, he added.
 

MDU counselling for M Ed course on December 29

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 23
Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak is all set to hold the UGC J.R.F./NET examination on December 24.
          MDU Controller of Examinations (CoE) Dr. B.S. Sindhu informed that the University has established 22 examination centres at Rohtak for this purpose.  About 10,000 candidates will appear in the examination.  About 2500 staff members will be on duty for this examination.  MDU CoE Dr. Sindhu said that varsity is committed for fair and smooth conduct of this prestigious examination.
  Meanwhile, MDU  will conduct the fourth admission counselling for the vacant seats of M.Ed. (Regular course) on December 29.
          MDU Dean, faculty of Education Prof. Indira Dhull said that the admission counselling will be held from 10 a.m. in the Senior Teachers’ Common Room of Indira Gandhi Vidya Bhawan. 
 

Rohak Kisan Bazaar to prove a milestone for farmers

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 23
The Kisan Bazaar set up at Rohtak would prove to be a milestone for improving the financial position of the farmers of the area. The farmers will be able to directly sell their produce to the people and earn more profits without the involvement of middlemen in this bazaar equipped with all the latest facilities.
            Haryana Chief Minister  Bhupinder Singh Hooda has directed for setting up this Bazaar while redressing the grievances of the farmers at Rohtak with a view to raise their income.  The Marketing Board had constructed Kisan Bazaar in the new Anaj mandi at a cost of Rs 1. 40 crore and 48 shops had been set up in it. The same had been allotted to the farmers.  The farmers would now be able to sell their produce directly to the customers. A food court had also been set up in it. Seven shops and two dhabas had also been made for the food court for the farmers visiting from far fledged areas. This Bazaar would be a model Bazaar for the other places.
            He said that  the facility of video conferencing had started in six mandis of the state and Rohtak mandi was one of them. The other mandis in which this facility had been started were Panchkula, Karnal, Hisar, Sirsa and Gurgaon. The farmers could directly contact the senior officers  to redress their grievances and also to enquire about the  rates of the crops in other mandis. Earlier the farmers, officers of Market Committee , Marketing Board or Adatis  had to come to Panchkula  or other place for sharing the information regarding mandis  in the meetings. Now, the contact with them could  be made through this video conferencing.  The facility had been started at six centres at a cost of Rs 35 lakh and  meetings could be held through it.

Haryana Board to declare results on Dec 24

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 23
 Haryana Board of School Education, Bhiwani will declare the performance report of the first semester examination conducted during September for all the regular students of senior secondary on December 24, 2011.The result of all the private and reappear candidates would also be declared on the same day.
While giving this information today, a spokesman of the Board said that the results would be made available on websites www.indiaresults.com,www.hbse.nic.inwww.educationgateway.co.inwww.schools9.com,www.bseh.gov.in and www.examresults.net on December 24 from 8am onwards. For obtaining results through SMS the candidates would have to type HR10rollno> send to 56666. The results could also be obtained on phone number 01664-254000.
He said that the head of the concerned institutions could get the copies of result on December 24 from 11am to 3 pm and on December 25 from 9am to 4pm. They could obtain the results either from the office of District Education Officers or through the appointed officials of the Board.
He said that the private reappear candidates could apply till January 13, 2012 without any late fee for the examination to be held during March, 2012. They could also apply by January 20 with late fee of Rs. 100, by January 27 with late fee of Rs. 300 and by February 3  by paying a late fee of Rs. 1000.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

HSSP Parishad enchances honorarum of volunteers

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 22
The Haryana School Shiksha Pariyojna Parishad has decided to enhance the honorarium of volunteers working at Child Care Centres of Model Cluster Schools, set up under the National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary Level (NPEGEL) from Rs 625 to Rs 1,400 per month. The blocks housing these schools are spread over ten districts of Haryana. 
       This decision was taken at the 33rd meeting of the Executive Committee of the Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan held under the chairpersonship of the Haryana Chief Secretary, Mrs Urvashi Gulati, here today.  
     NPEGEL is a focussed intervention of the Government of India aimed at reaching the “Hardest to Reach” girls, especially those not in school. There is provision to run two child care centres in each Model Cluster School (MCS) with the provision of play way material, and honorarium to the volunteers of Rs 6,000 per MCS.
          The volunteers, who are at least Class X pass, take care of the young siblings attending schools along with their elder sisters. It helps in completion of the girls' elementary education.  
            In her directions to the Additional Deputy Commissioners who are responsible for implementation of the Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan in districts, Mrs Gulati said that as Haryana had made significant strides in enrolling children in schools, it was high time focus was laid on improving their learning levels also.
          "We would not achieve the objective of Right to Education Act merely by enrolling children in schools. Each and every component of the programme should be followed religiously. Learning levels should be benchmarked by conducting regular surveys, imparting training and bridge courses, remedial coaching, perfect monitoring and strong evaluation of the impact of the steps taken in this direction", Mrs Gulati added. 
            Besides improving the learning levels, she said that schools should also enable the children to inculcate life skill education. Doing their own chores like washing utensils after the mid-day meal served in the school would be one such exercise. This way the children learn to be more self-dependent.  
          The Chief Secretary also emphasized the need for developing in children civic sense and positive perception towards society which, once developed in the formative years, would go a long way in developing their overall personality in the later years.  Cleanliness and sanitation should also be inculcated in their habits. 
    Mrs Gulati issued directions that water conservation and water harvesting methodologies should be explored for schools in the low lying areas. ADCs were directed to identify schools in their districts where water harvesting could be done and they were advised to take technical assistance.
          Earlier in his presentation, the Project Director of the Parishad, Mr Vineet Garg, highlighted the activities undertaken under the Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan. “Shiksha Ka Haq Abhiyan” was launched at the national level on November 11, 2011 at Nuh in Mewat.
          Special programmes were developed for enrolment of out-of- school children in Mewat.  Partnership with NGOs working in Mewat, as well as with NCPCR, was started for “Shiksha Samwad”, “Jazba -E- Taleem” and “Jashan -E- Taleem” programme in Mewat. Dastak at one lakh doors by a group of 20 members consisting of teachers, SMC, SHG, SMS and  NGO members was done for the enrolment of children in schools.
          While highlighting the progress of the civil works in 2011-12, he said that 2,384 rooms had been added up to November 30, 2011 and another 2,000 would be constructed by March, 2012.

Appointed teachers asked to join within 15 days

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 22
The Haryana Government has directed all such teachers as were issued appointment letters on March 5 and 6, 2011 and on April 16,2011 but they have not yet joined their duties, to join their duties within 15 days otherwise their offer of appointment will be deemed cancelled.
          While stating this here today a spokesman of the Elementary Education Department said that such teachers would not be given another chance and candidates from the waiting list would be appointed in their place.
          The teachers who have failed to join their duty included Mukesh Kumar ID No.92237, Kailash Godara ID No. 92266, Satyavir Singh ID No. 92318, Seema Rani ID No.92335, Randhir Singh ID No.92250, Satender Singh Kharab ID No.90348, Pawan Kumar ID No.90397, Virender Singh ID No.90432, Gorav ID No.90501, Ajit Kumar ID No.90560, Ravita Dahiya ID No.90632, Naveen Kumar ID No.90794, Parveen Kumar ID No.90825, Anil Kumar ID No.90886, Ashok Kumar ID No.90894, Sandeep ID No.90942, Yogender Kumar ID No.90966, Sarita ID No.91000, Inderpreet Kaur ID No.91015, Ritu Dhiman ID No.91037, Anu Bala Sharma ID No.91082, Rani Yadav ID No.91088, Sumer Singh ID No.91107, Anu Bodwal ID No.91144, Anita ID No.91161, Seema Rani ID No.91162, Amit Yadav ID No.91170, Rakesh Kumar ID No.91210, Suman ID No.91231, Amit Kumar, Mehar Chand ID No.91310, Kulwant ID No.91362, Pankaj Sharma ID No.91369, Virender ID No.91310, Deepak Mital ID No.91395, Ravi Kumar ID No.91399, Vipin Goyal ID No.91405, Sudhir Kumar ID No.91495, Nidhi Sunila ID No.91605, Krishan Kumar ID No.91655, Krishan Kumar ID No.91658, Parveen Kumar ID No.91660, Pardeep Kumar ID No.91735, Birender Singh ID No.91752, Preetam Dhiman ID No.91754, Sanjay Kumar ID No.91759, Surajmal ID No.91767, Naveen Kumar ID No.91775, Manish Yadav ID No.91784, Puja Rani ID No.91803, Suresh Kumar ID No.91816, Vijay Pal ID No.91847, Sunil Kumar ID No.91896, Devender ID No.91907, Rajender Kumar ID No.91922, Vijay Singh ID No.91953, Dinesh Kumar ID No.91957, Dharamvir ID No.91966, Surender Kumar ID No.91986, Anil ID No.91996, Sangeeta ID No.92006, Naresh Kumar ID No.92011, Vikram Singh ID No.92023, Surender Kumar ID No.92027 and Preetam Yadav ID No.92050.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Christmas celebrations usher in joy and merriment


by Haryananewswire(Balbir)
PINJORE, DEC 21
Christmas celebrations ushered in a feeling of good will, joy, happiness and merriment in the school. A favorite festival of the winter season is a time for beloved traditions that are honored year after year. Therefore the preparations seize every one’s fancy much before –the Christmas Day on December 25. The Christmas tree, an evergreen ,beautifully decorated tree with tinsel and lights adorned the reception of the school. Lovely cut –outs of the bells signifying the arrival of Santa Clause, are put up in almost all corners of the school. ‘Merry Christmas’, these greetings are in the air and everyone is rejoicing with a hope for future happiness and prosperity.
A short but impressive cultural programme presented by the joyful and spirited children added to the enjoyment. Col. Tejinder Singh was the chief guest for the ceremony. A captivating ‘Nativity Scene’ prepared by Ms Rachel was presented by the young students from classes 3-5 who did full justice to it with their appreciable acting and oratory skills. The carols exuded warmth and festivity to the atmosphere.
Tiny –tots of classes Pre-Nur and Prep expressed their delight by swaying and swinging to the tune of Jingle Bells. Students of class I and II exchanged gifts and celebrated the birth of Christ with well prepared dances.
The senior students also caught up in rejoicing and made everyone in the audience tap their feet and join in merry making by presenting a well synchronized dance.
After this Santa was greeted with cheerful shouts as he went around distributing sweets to the children. But this was not the end of the celebrations as a lot of enjoyment was still in store for all the students in the ‘Class party’ which was organized after the cultural programme.
Christmas cards and greetings were exchanged as the happy faces went home to spread joy and happiness by being compassionate, tolerant and affectionate – imbibing the true spirit of Christmas.
Principal Samson Masih congratulated everyone and wished ‘Merry Christmas and a Happy New year to one and all. ‘Christmas is a state of mind when you cherish good will. The real spirit of Christmas is to have mercy and be good human beings, he added.



Saturday, December 17, 2011

Casual leave of Punjab SSA teachers increased

Punjabnewswire4u (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH DEC 17 In order to give reprieve to 13,500 teachers working under the Sarv Sikhya Abhyaan (SSA) and Rashtriya Maadhmik Sikhya Abhyaan (RMSA) across the state, the Punjab government today decided to increase the
number of their annual casual leaves from 10 to 15.
A decision to this effect was taken in a meeting of the Punjab Chief Minister Mr Parkash Singh Badal with a delegation of the Sarv Sikhya Abhyaan/ Rashtriya Maadhmik Sikhya Abhyaan Teacher Union, held at Chief Minister's residence here today.
The delegation led by President Mr Didar Singh and General Secretary Mr Ram Bhajan apprised the Chief
Minister about the problems faced by the teachers due to scant casual leaves. Subsequently Mr Badal decided that the number of casual leaves of these teachers would be enhanced from 10 at present to 15.
On another demand of the Union regarding the regularization of services of these teachers, the Chief Minister told the delegation that the process of regularization is to be undertaken by the Union Government. However he assured the delegation that on its part the Punjab government would pursue the case of these teachers with the Union government for which a Detailed Project Report (DPR) would be sent to the centre government so that budgetary allocation could be made for it.
Regarding the demand of delegation of giving the SSA teachers an option for posting at the nearest station, the Chief Minister said that it would be given due consideration during the annual general transfers of the education department to be held in coming year.
Prominent amongst those present in the meeting included Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister Mr DS Guru, Special Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister Mr Kahan Singh Pannu, Secretary Education Mr Hussan Lal and Director General SSA, Punjab Mr B Purshartha.

Monday, December 12, 2011

MDU reschedules winter vacations

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 12
Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU) has re-scheduled the  winter vacations 2011 for the University Teaching Departments, Indira Gandhi Post-graduate Regional Centre, Meerpur (Rewari) and affiliated Under-graduate or Post-graduate (Arts/Science/Commerce) colleges.
While stating this today, MDU Registrar Dr. S.P. Vats said that the winter vacations would now be observed from December 26, 2011 to January 8, 2012 instead of earlier notified date(s) from December 17, 2011 to January 1, 2012. The revised schedule of remaining term of the academic session 2011-2012 would be notified later.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Kurukshetra to get the status of a Holy City

by Haryananewswire
CHANDIGARH, DEC 11
Kurukshetra will get the status of a Holy City, keeping in view its religious and historical significance.
This was stated by Mr Mahender Kumar, Secretary to Governor, Haryana .
He said that the blueprints for this purpose had already been prepared by the Kurukshetra Development Board and the project would soon be implemented.
He said that a sum of Rs six crore had been released to renovate all the places of pilgrimage within a radius of 48 ‘Kose’ of Kurukshetra.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Indian Army to recruit religious leaders

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 10
The Indian Army has invited applications for the recruitment of religious leaders like Pandits, Maullvis, Padris and Buddhist Monks by December 24, 2011.

While stating this today, the Director, Recruitment of Army Recruitment Office, Ambala Cantt., Colonel S. K. Pasad said that the recruitment would be carried out for the youth of Haryana,except the districts of Mewat, Palwal, Gurgaon and Faridabad, Himachal Pradesh and UT, Chandigarh for the RRT-68469 Batch. The total number of vacancies in the country was 74 out of which 54 were for Pandits, seven for Maullvis, four Padris and five others and two Buddhist Monks. Candidates should be in the age group of 27 to 34 years to apply for the posts.
He said that candidates should be graduates in any discipline from a recognised university, along with qualifications like Bhushan in Hindi for the position of Pandit, Those, who have done BA with Sanskrit or Hindi as the main subject, but have not done Bhushan in Hindi were also eligible. For the position of Padri, the candidate should have done graduation from a recognised university, in addition to ordained priesthood by ecclesiastical authority and being on the approved list of the local Bishop.
For the position of Buddhist Monk, the candidate must be an ordained Buddhist Monk or Buddhist Priest by the appropriate authority. The head Priest should have Geshe (Ph.D) of Khampa or Lopon or Rajban, with proper certificate from monastery. For Granthi the candidates should have done BA with Punjabi as the main subject of have added qualification of Punjabi language. Similarly, for the post of Maullvi the candidate should have done BA with Urdu as the main subject of have added qualification of Urdu language.
Application could be sent to Headquarters of Recruitment Zone, Ambala Cantt.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

HSSC to fill up 3678 vacant posts in various depts

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 7
 Haryana Staff Selection Commission has invited applications to fill up 3678 vacant posts in different departments and the last date to apply for these posts is January 7, 2012.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Commission said that the vacant posts which would be filled up included 1002 posts of Patwaris in the department of Land Records, 120 posts of Sub Inspectors (General Line) and 66 posts of Sub Inspectors (Audit) in the Registrar Cooperative Societies, 99 posts of Field inspectors(Store), two posts of Technical Officer (Storage), 37 posts of Accountant (C Grade), six posts of Managers (Rice Mills), two posts of Programmer or AGM Programming, six posts of Marketing Officer and one post of Draftsman in Haryana State Cooperative Supply and Marketing Federation Limited (HAFED) and 16 posts of Analyst in Haryana Power Generation Corporation.
He said that 30 posts of Assistants and 30 posts of Stenographer Grade -II in HSIIDC and 145 posts of Tracer, 23 posts of Accounts Clerk and 37 posts of Sub Divisional Clerks in Irrigation Department, two posts of Stage Performer, one post of Assistant, one post of Photographer, one post each of Fitter and Motor Mechanic in the Information and Public Relations Department, 14 posts of Junior Engineer (Civil), 7 posts of Tracer, 5 posts of Assistant Draftsman in Town and Country Planning, 1 post of Senior Braille Teacher, 3 posts of Junior Braille Teacher, 1 post of Braille Teacher-cum-Typing Instructor, 2 posts of Music Teacher, 1 post of Math Teacher, 16 posts of Investigator, 2 posts of Braille Clerk in Social Justice and Empowerment Department were to be filled up.
He said that other such posts included 20 posts of Store Keeper in Industrial Training Institute Department Haryana, 1 post of Assistant Project Officer in Renewable Energy Department, 16 posts of Statistical Assistant in Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes, 24 posts of Clerk in Rajya Sainik Board Haryana, 40 posts of Diesel Pump Clerk, 4 posts of Ticket Verifier, 2 posts of Assistant Cashier, 1 post of Station Supervisor, 1 post of Chief Inspector, 10 posts of Inspector, 15 posts of Sub-Inspector, 1 post of Store Keeper , 1 post of Assistant Store Keeper in Transport Department Haryana, 6 posts of Manager Grade-I, 6 posts of Godown Keeper, 7 posts of Technical Assistant, 1 post of Manager Grade-III, 1 post of Assistant in Haryana State Warehousing Corporation, 1 post of Store-Keeper in Civil Aviation, 1 post of Seed Certification Officer in Haryana State Seed Certification Agency, 3 posts of Divisional/Revenue Accountant, 3 posts of Shift Attendant in Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam, 72 posts of Junior Engineer (Electrical), 12 posts of Junior Engineer (Civil), 145 posts of Upper Divisional Clerk (Field Cadre / Head Office), 437 posts of Lower Divisional Clerk (Field Cadre or Head Office), two posts of Assistant Store keeper , 4 posts of Store Munshi in Uttar and Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Limited, 8 posts of Statistical Assistant in Employment Department, two posts of Assistant Archivist in Haryana State Archives, one post of Dietician in Employees State Insurance, Health Care, Haryana, 388 posts of Staff Nurse (Including 40 posts for ESI Health Care), 1 post of Junior Statistical Nosologist, nine posts of Statistical Assistant in Health Services, 560 posts of Multipurpose Health Worker (Male), 83 posts of Assistant Draftsman (Civil) in Health Services (Malaria), 109 posts of Junior Engineer (Civil) in Engineer-In-Chief PWD(B&R) Haryana.
He said that the details about the eligibility, application forms and also other related information were available and could be downloaded from the website of the Commission www.hssc.gov.in.

Applications invited for National Awards to teachers

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 7
The Central Government has invited nominations to confer National Awards to the teachers for the year 2011. An official spokesman said here today that in Haryana all District Education Officers and District Elementary Education Officers have been directed to recommend the cases for the National Award by December 15.
He said that the names of the teachers for these awards would be first recommended by the Block Education Officers to the District Level Committee comprised of District Education Officer, Principal, District Institute of Education and Training (DIET), Principal of Senior Secondary School and Principal of Navodaya School of the district.
The Committee would recommend the names to the State Level Committee which would finally recommend the names of teachers for these awards to Government of India. The State Level Committee was comprised of Director Secondary Education, Additional or Joint Director Administration, Director State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) and nominee of the Government of India. He said that the categories of teachers eligible for nominations would be primary teachers who were teaching upto class 8th and secondary teachers who were teaching classes 9th to 12th.
The eligibility for these awards included classroom teachers with atleast 15 years of regular teaching experience and headmasters and Principals with 20 years of regular teaching experience. For teachers promoting integrated inclusive education, the regular teaching experience would be reduced from 15 years to 10 years and in case of Headmasters and Principals it would be reduced from 20 years to 15 years.
He said that the main consideration for awards would be academic efficiency including results, teacher’s products and teaching innovations and personal achievements which were good annual confidential reports, personal conduct, team spirit and academic growth like acquisition of higher qualifications.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Counselling for admission to vacant B Ed seats

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 6 
Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU),Rohtak will conduct fifth and final outline counseling for admission to the vacant seats of B.Ed in regular course for session 2011-2012 in Departments of Education of varsities of Haryana and affiliated Colleges of Education from December 9 to 15.
MDU Dean, Colleges Development Council Prof. Dalip Singh said that those interested in admission might get themselves registered online from December 9 to 15 and fill up their options. He said that those candidates who got themselves registered and who did not get admission in earlier counseling might fill up their choices afresh. Details of admission procedure, vacant seats details were available on the University’s website- www.mdurohtak.ac.in , www.hbed2011.net, and www.hbed2011.org.

Friday, December 2, 2011

Haryana State Teachers Eligibility Test results declared

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, DEC 2
The result of Haryana State Teachers Eligibility Test-2011 conducted by Board of School Education,Haryana has been declared today.
          While stating this, a spokesman of the board said that the result could be seen at Board's website hbse.nic.in and other websites including  bseh.gov.in,educationgateway.co.inindiaresults.comschools9.com and examresults.net after 5 p.m. on December 2. Besides, information about the result could also be obtained by dialing helpline number 01664-254000 between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on December 3.
          He said that as many as 1,66,393 candidates appeared in category I that is teachers for Class I to V, out of which 33052 had been declared as successful. The pass percentage in this category had been 19.86.Similarly, 1,57,624 candidates appeared in category II that is  teachers for VI to VIII class, out of which 24766 candidates went through the examination. Pass percentage in this category was 15.71. Out of a total 88626 candidates in category III (lecturer category),  13299 candidates  got through the examination and the pass percentage in this category was 15.01, he added.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Haryana Govt approves filling up of 285 posts of MOs

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, NOV 22
The Haryana Government has accorded its approval for filling up 285 posts of medical officers in Civil Hospitals in the state.
          While stating this here today, Health Minister Rao Narender Singh said that in order to meet the shortage of doctors in civil hospitals, 285 posts of medical officers were shifted there from Primary Health Centres (PHCs) and Community Health Centres (CHCs). Now these posts were being again shifted to PHCs and CHCs. As the Government had accorded approval, thus, recruitment would soon be made on these posts, he added.
          Rao Narender said that there would be no shortage of doctors in rural and urban areas with the creation of these new posts in PHCs and CHCs. One each male and female doctor could be appointed at every centre. He said that under the dynamic leadership of Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda, state government is committed to provide best medical facilities to the people. Efforts were also being made to give better opportunities to those who had opted medical education as career. New medical colleges were being opened in this direction. Apart from this, MBBS seats in PGIMS, Rohtak had also been increased so as to facilitate the youth of the state.

Sainik School Kunjpura invites applications

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, NOV 22
Sainik School, Kunjpura has invited applications on prescribed form for admission to class VI and IX for the session 2012-13.
          While stating this today, an official spokesman said that the admissions would be made purely on the basis of merit obtained in the All India Sainik Schools Entrance Examination to be held at three centres at  Kunjpura in district Karnal, Rohtak and Delhi on January 8, 2012.
          The boys born between July 2, 2001 and July 1, 2002 (both days inclusive)  were eligible for admission to class VI and those born between July 2, 1998 and July 1, 1999 (both days inclusive) were eligible for admission to class IX at Sainik School Kunjpura for admission to class IX, the boys should have studied in class VIIIth in a recognized school. However, no candidate would be allowed to take the examination second time for admission to these classes, he added.
          He said that about 80 seats in class VI and 13 seats in class IX were available for admission to Sainik School, Kunjpura. As many as, 25 per cent, 15 per cent and 7.5 per cent of the total seats were reserved for the wards of defence personnel (including ex-servicemen), Scheduled Castes(SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) respectively, subject to their being found medically fit by the competent authority.
          He said that prospectus-cum-application forms for admission at Sainik School, Kunjpura might be obtained from the Principal, Sainik School Kunjpura on all working days upto December 3, 2011 by paying Rs.400 in cash for general candidate and Rs.250 for SC and ST candidates. The prospectus might also be obtained by post by sending a demand draft of Rs.440 (Rs.290 for SC or ST candidates in favour of Principal, Sainik School Kunjpura.The applications could be submitted to the Principal, Sainik School, Kunjpura by December 10, 2011, he added.

Friday, November 18, 2011

HBSE invites applications for scholarships

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, NOV 18
Haryana Board of School Education, Bhiwani has invited applications from the eligible students for providing scholarship under Central Sector Scheme of Scholarship for College and University Students-2011.
          While stating this today, a spokesman of the Board said that the scholarship would be provided to those 1591 outstanding students who have scored 80 percentile or above in the senior secondary examination, March 2011. The students must belong to the non creamy layer and must not be recipients of any other scholarship to be eligible for the scholarship under the scheme.
          He said that students would be given a scholarship of Rs 10,000 annually during their three year degree course and when they begin their post graduation course, they would get a scholarship of Rs 20,000 annually for two years. Students who are pursuing professional courses, would be given a scholarship of Rs 20,000 annually during their fourth and fifth years of the course. The 1591 scholarships would be distributed among the students of Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes, physically handicapped and general category as per the reservation policy of Haryana government. 50 per cent of the total scholarships had been reserved for girl students.
          Application forms complete in all respect should be submitted to the Board by November 30,2011,he added.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

21 candidates in fray in Adampur Assembly constituency

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, NOV 16
A total of 21 candidates have remained in fray in Adampur assembly constituency after withdrawing candidature by two candidates today.
          While stating this here today,a spokesman of the election department said that today was the last date for withdrawing the candidature. Election symbols had been allotted to all the 21 candidates.
          Giving details of the election symbols, he said that sign of hand had been allotted to Kulveer Singh of Indian National Congress, spectacles to Ram Singh of Indian National Lok Dal, tractor to Renuka Bishnoi of Haryana Janhit Congress, television to Kanta of Indian Bahujan Sandesh Party(Kanshi Ram), sewing machine to Pala Ram of Bharatiya Santmat Party, scissors to Mukesh of Samast Bharatiya Party, electric pole to Lal Chand of Republican Backward Congress and kite to Sajjan Kumar of Rashtriya Bahujan Hitay Party. Election symbols allotted to independent candidates included tent to Ajay Kumar, ceiling fan to Atam Parkash, ring to Anand Kumar, table to Kuldeep son of Parduman, cake to Kuldeep son of Madan Lal, glass tumbler to Narayan Singh, balloon to Bhajan Lal, letter box to Raj Kumar, basket to Rajiv, almirah to Ramphal, batsman to Satbir, battery torch to Sandeep and bat to Sushil.
          The list of the valid candidates for Ratia assembly bye election is as under:-
Name of Candidates
S/Shri
Name of Party
1- Ram Singh
Independent
2-Ram Kumar
CPI(M)
3- Bhaga Ram
Independent.
4-Bharat Kumar Urf Bharat Singh
Independent.
5-Lachhman Dass
Independent.
6-Balbir Singh
Independent.
7-Mahavir Prasad
BJP
8-Sarfi W/o
INLD
9-Jarnail Singh
INC
10-Balwant Singh
Bhartiya Sant Mat Party
11-Surinder Kumar
Independent
12-Karnail Singh
Independent
13-Devi Lal
Rashtariya Bahujan Hitai Party.
14-Kuldeep Singh
Independent
15-Darshan Singh
Independent
16-Jai Parkash
Independent