Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Pay hike for contractual IIT instructors

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has approved substantial hike  in the monthly remuneration of instructors engaged on contractual basis in Industrial Training Institutes in the state.
While disclosing this here today, Industrial Training Minister Mrs. Geeta Bhukkal said that an increase of 12 per cent had been made in the monthly remuneration of Instructors. Now they would be entitled to get Rs.14,000 per month as against  Rs.12,500 per month earlier.
The revised remuneration of Rs 14,000 would be applicable to those Instructors who would enter into a new contract agreement as per policy of the government. She thanked the Chief Minister for increasing the remuneration of Instructors.
Mrs. Bhukkal said that such Instructors would also be entitled for 12 casual leaves in a calendar year with a restriction of not more than one leave in a month. Apart from this, the facility of maternity leave to the married female instructors was already being provided, she added.

Campus placement drive in SRMIET and SDD Global

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, FEB 28A Campus Placement Drive was conducted by the Director,T&P,Mr.Simranjit Singh Bains, for the students of SRMIET and SDD GLOBAL group of institutions. More than 80 students participated & finally 29 students were selected from MBA and BTech Departments. The salary packages being offered ranged from 1.2L to 1.9L per annum. Offer letters were distributed after Chairman’s interaction. 
There was a Pre-Placement talk and a presentation by HR Manager who talked about the profile of their company and Job Profile. The organization intends to bridge the gap between available skill set and the industry requirements. At one hand this provides ample opportunities to the freshers and fulfills the manpower requirements of the industry at the other. 
The event was organized by Mr.Simranjit Singh Bains(Director T&P) SRMIET and SDD Global group of institutions. Er.Roshan Lal Jindal, Chairman of SRMIET and SDD Global thanked the placement teams for a candid deliberation of the subject. He also appreciated the efforts of the placements by the Team under Director T&P,for coordinating such an activity
Among the companies recruiting from SRMIET and SDD Global are Mitsubishi, Renault and HDFC. The recruiters have expressed their satisfaction with the knowledge and soft skill competencies of SRMIET and SDD Global's students.

Exemption from submission of Migration Certificate or NOC

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The Haryana Government has decided to accord exemption from submission of Migration Certificate or No Objection Certificate for purpose of admission to university or an institution to the students qualifying diploma from Haryana State Board of Technical Education, Panchkula.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of Technical Education Department said that this provision has been implemented with immediate effect.
He said that in case the authentication of the admitted candidates was required, the university or  institution might send the list of admitted candidates to Haryana State Board of Technical Education.

Thursday, February 23, 2012

SRITE organises impressive annual Nritya Bela

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)


The jam-packed campus of Shree Ram Institute of Technical Education sparked with extra energy, where the annual show of Shree Ram Institute of Technical Education, Mouli, Barwala, Panchkula – “Nritya Bela" was held with gala performances of  900 college students who reflected rich cultural heritage of India through their energetic dance performances.
Eminent educationists and notable personalities from varied fields were present to grace the occasion. Shri Deepender Singh Hooda, Member of Parliament from Rohtak was the chief guest of the day and Sh. Ranjeev Dalal, Director General of Police, Haryana, Mrs. Ashima Brar, Deputy Commissioner,
Panchkula, Sh. Manish Chaudhary, Supdt. Of Police, Panchkula,  Mr. Naresh Kaushal, Editor, Dainik Tribune, Mr. Kewal Sahni, Unit Head Dainik Bhaskar, Mr . Ram Kishan Gujjar, MLA, Naraingarh, Sh. D.K. Bansal, MLA Panchkula, were among other distinguished dignitaries who graced the occasion.
The grand opening of the cultural bonanza was a traditional warm welcome of
the dignitaries followed by lamp lighting on 'Shloka Uccharan' and Gayatri Mantras.
Vice President of Shree Ram Institute of Technical Education Mrs. Asha Kiran Mittal addressed the gathering where the audience had an opportunity
to watch the video show “Life at Shree Ram Institute of Technical Education
” – depicting working of college.
It was a treat for the eyes of the parents present at the show who witnessed live cultural performances of their ward performing on the stage one after another which was an amalgam of India’s rich culture.
The show started with the prayer by the staff members of college with candles in their hands, after the prayer the students started show with popular song  “Namoh Namoh” where beautiful girls and boys attired in traditional costumes captivated the audience with their graceful and poise
dance moves.
‘Salsa’ – couple dance. ‘Kala Jadu’ students in their dance performance showed how beautiful moments can be enjoyed by everyone in any situation. The catchy number ‘Jodha Akbar’ a performance showing mughal virasat ki jhalak was also performed.
“Hip-Hop” a form of western street dance being imitated by every body now-a-days was a favorite of all and the rip-roaring performance had the hall rocking throughout. “Walha-Walha” a quwalli by girls and boys appreciated by the audience and tribute to Michael Jackson was staged in so realistic manner which was followed by “Arabian-A Belly Dance”.
Other dance performances were the Rajasthani folk and remix of dance number captivated the audience with their electrifying performances. “Ma Tujhe Salaam” A patriotic tribute to Mother India was presented beautifully by budding artists on roller skates.
Popular tunes of Pop star Shakira. ‘Vande Matram’ truly depicted the love and devotion for the country that students expressed deeply with their bodies painted tri-colour and holding national flags of India.
The complete cord of the show was the ‘Bhangra’ that indeed took the audience to the interiors of Punjab village with Giddha and Bhangra Dhol beats that made the audience tap their feet to the Punjabi tunes.
The show ended with grand finale where the chief guest, guests, president and Vice President, Principal, Staff and Students together merged their dance movements with one another holding national flag and candles in their hands.
Mr  Deepinder Singh Hooda said, “It was indeed a unique cultural show watching Shree Ram Institute of Technical Education students performing meticulously one after another.” He highly appreciated the hard work, dedication and perfection seen during the programme under the direction of Co-coordinator Raman deep Sharma and choreographers Gaurav Sharma and Rahul Sharma."

Induction rally for Boys Sports Company on Feb 29

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Induction rally to induct boys in Boys Sports Company (BSC) will be held from 29 Feb 2012 at Rajputana Rifles Regimental Centre Delhi Cantt for Rajput, Jat, Ahir, Muslim and Gujjar candidates of Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and National Capital Region (NCR) Delhi.  
The Rally is open for students of 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th classes in the age group of 12-16 years who will be selected for Basketball, Volleyball and Athletics enabling them to compete at national and international level.  These Children will be provided free education up to 10th class, uniform and hostel facilities. 
  According to their sports achievements they will be recruited in Armed Forces. Their date of birth should not be before  July 1, 1996 and after June 30,  2000.   The candidates should not have tattoos on any part of their body.  
          The candidates should report in the regimental centre at 0600 hrs on Feb 29 alongwith necessary original documents and their photo copies.  The necessary documents are birth certificate, caste certificate, xharacter certificate from school and Educational Certificate, Character Certificate and unmarried certificate from gram Pradhan (Sarpanch) domicile certificate from Tehsildar or distt  deputy distt commissioner, ten recent colour photographs.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Govt sanctions 83 posts for Kalpana Medical College

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The Haryana Government has sanctioned 83 posts of various disciplines for the Kalpana Chawla Medical College, Karnal for its smooth functioning.
            While stating this here today, Haryana Health and Medical Education Minister, Rao Narender Singh said that the sanctioned posts for the college included one post of Medical Superintendent, five posts of Professors of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics and Gynaecology (OBG), 14 posts of Associate Professors of Eye, ENT, Ortho, Pediatric, Radiology and Pathology, 12 posts of Assistant Professors of Medicine, Surgery, OBG, Eye, ENT, Ortho, Pediatrics, Radiology, Pathology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Pulmonary Medicine, 27 posts of Senior Resident of Medicine, Surgery, OBG, Eye, ENT, Ortho, Pediatrics, Radiology, Pathology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Pulmonary Medicine, 21 posts of Junior Resident and one post each of Junior Engineer(Electrical), Junior Engineer(Civil) and Junior Engineer(Mechanical).
            He said that appointments for 49 posts of clinical discipline would soon be made through direct recruitment.

Monday, February 13, 2012

A talent hunt in Govt Higher Secondary schools in Haryana

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Haryana School Shiksha Pariyojna Parishad has a plan to organize a talent search programme in the areas of music, clay modelling and drama to cover children studying in Government Secondary Schools across the State.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Parishad said that these activities would be conducted through nationally or internationally renowned performing artists  in the areas of music, clay modeling, drama, voluntary organizations, Non Government Organisations and Societies for Performing Art at the school level as well as district  level in the State.
He said that the programme aimed at  exposing  children to selected art forms like  music, theatre, dance, sculpture and clay modelling, generating interest among students for visual and performing arts,
help them realize their cognitive abilities, identifying talented children and build a talent pool and carry them to a next level and using the feedback and learning to develop further programmes.
         The spokesman said that all round development is one of the important aims of education. It is essential along with enhancement of academic knowledge and other aspects of personality through music, dance and  sculpture, which are a part of our culture. These need to find specific place for understanding and mastering the same in our school education system. It is, therefore, essential that exposure to the best tradition in Music and dance be given to our students who are at present getting exposed only to versions available through TV shows. Although academic content in education is given to students by teachers yet it is the need of the hour that steps should be taken to educate them on live performances in vocal and instrumental music.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Panipat Traffic Police checking traffic violaters

Panipat Traffic Police collecting fine on the spot from those who violated traffic rules on the National Highway near Panipat.

Friday, February 3, 2012

Haryana Veterinary Surgeon (HVS Class – II) results

CHANDIGARH: On the basis of interviews, the Haryana Public Service Commission have finalized the results of Veterinary Surgeon (HVS Class – II) in Animal Husbandry & Dairying Department, Haryana.
The result of the selected candidates has been shown in order of merit.
478 439 550 436 606 745 322
65 774 646 328 891 675 705
336 469 772 435 113 537 215
1009 538 471 360 378 43 111
281 460 1020 860 438 651 588
910 208 175 824 1026 951 183
266 773 141 420 384 409 189
837 348 517 753 827 791 277
682 421 605 1016 909 740 671
778 573 95 815 576 559 788
127 532 698 574 571 1034 203
484 68 437 534 311 453 375
373 607 941 892 582 746 411
1013 151 761 730 226 326 787
872 344 581 749 288 356 63
546 950 558 577 884 1007 938
830 692 793 846 301 64 659
759 898 1033 882
Schedule Caste of Haryana
37 to 51 Vacant due to on availability of candidates
Backward Class of Haryana
658 60 494 952 413 637 589
972 636 492 146 829 977 821
696 232 632 432 184 751
690 570 971 856 699 103 674
883 1005
10 & 13 Vacant due to non availability of candidates
94 309 479 415 842
6 to 8 Vacant due to non availability of candidates.
1. While preparing the result due care has been taken. However, any
inadvertent error cannot be ruled out. The Commission reserves its
right to rectify any error at a later stage.
Dated: - 03.02.2012 Haryana Public Service Commission
1001 855 925 408 231 464 39
841 752 510 358 499 009 766
98 820 390 362 108 895 593
82 947 123 349 482 757 528
54 684 445 1010 962 476 523

HSIIDC to allot 539 industrial plots at IMT Faridabad

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd.(HSIIDC) has decided to allot 539  industrial plots  of various sizes at IMT Faridabad.
          A spokesman of HSIIDC said  here today that out of the total plots, 36  plots would be allotted under prestigious project category and the remaining 503 plots under general project category. Therefore, the HSIIDC has invited applications from the entrepreneurs for the allotment of these plots.
          He said that entrepreneurs planning to set up industrial projects having fixed capital investment of Rs 30 crore  and above could apply under prestigious project category. The entrepreneurs should apply on prescribed application form  alongwith a copy of the project report and supporting documents. Allotment of plots would be made keeping in view  the technical feasibility and economic viability of the project and background of the applicant, his qualification or experience, marketing detail, working results of existing operations or group concerns, resource position, financial details, entrepreneurship and performance during the interview.
          He said that  under general  project category, 50 per cent  of the plots would be reserved for the existing working or operational industrial units situated within the municipal limits of Faridabad, operating for a period of five years or more subject to submission of copies of their electricity bills and sale tax returns  from the year of claiming the eligibility and other documents as specified in the application form.  Such existing units  as are operating from non conforming areas would be accorded first priority and would be required  to furnish an  undertaking  to close down their existing operations from the non conforming areas within a period of two or three years of allotment, while the second priority would be accorded to the existing industrial units in operation for a period of five years or more which  need developed industrial space  for their expansion and requirement.
          He said that the application form could be obtained from corporation's offices or downloaded from the website www.hsiidc.org. Applications complete in all respects with supporting documents  accompanied by earnest money and processing fee  should reach  the office of HSIIDC  by March 15,2012.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Admission to B Ed (distance education) in MDU

by Haryanaewswire (Balbir)
Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak has invited applications for admission to B.Ed.(distance education) two-year course.
          While stating this here today a spokesman of the university said that fulltime regular school teachers serving in recognised (primary /secondary / senior secondary levels) with a minimum two years continuous teaching experience and minimum 50 per cent marks in graduate or postgraduate (45 per cent marks for Scheduled Castes and totally blind candidates) were eligible  for admission to this course.

HAC invites applications for allotment of type IV houses

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The House Allotment Committee Haryana  has invited applications  from  the employees of Haryana Government working on regular basis at Chandigarh or Panchkula for the allotment of type IV houses in sector 39B Chandigarh.
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Committee said that  the employees getting basic pay plus grade pay between Rs 21000 and Rs 37400 as on July 1,2011 were eligible for allotment of these houses.
          He said that the employees who have already been allotted government houses of appropriate category at Chandigarh by the UT administration were not eligible for the allotment of  houses at Panchkula and Chandigarh. The employees of Boards or Corporations and of other autonomous bodies and the  employees who are on deputation with other government or Boards or Corporations  were also not eligible for the allotment of these houses.
          The employees would not be allowed change of house from sector 39B Chandigarh to Panchkula on any ground. Even the mutual change would not be allowed from sector 39B Chandigarh to Panchkula being separate criteria, he added.
          The spokesman said that  the applications for the allotment of these houses should be forwarded  to the House Allotment Committee Haryana by February 15,2012. The applicants  who have applied earlier for allotment of type IV houses in sector 39B Chandigarh  should apply afresh, as their earlier applications had been consigned to record.