Thursday, May 31, 2012

Haryana SMO Vishesh Kumar on WHO panel

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
A Senior Medical Officer (SMO) and Consultant Pediatrician of Haryana Health Department,Dr Vishesh Kumar has been selected by the World  Health Organization (WHO) South East  Asia Region to provide technical assistance and leadership in Africa for Global Polio Eradication.
          Dr Vishesh Kumar is serving as Sub Regional Team Leader of WHO in Delhi  and he has been on deputation with WHO for last nine years. Before joining WHO on deputation, he was SMO in General Hospital, Gurgaon.
Polio has been declared as a public health emergency by WHO. At present cases of Polio have been found in three countries of the world namely Afghanistan, Nigeria and Pakistan. Dr. Vishesh Kumar would be placed in Nigeria where there is persistent transmission of wild polio virus.
India has become polio free since January 13, 2011. Dr. Vishesh Kumar has a rich experience of working in hotspot of polio cases in India as well as sub Saharan Africa. Last year he has helped Republic of Uganda to achieve polio eradication.
Dr Vishesh has also done distinguished work to curb female foeticide. Health Department Haryana has nominated him as a special invitee to state supervisory board of PNDT in the State. Dr. Vishesh Kumar is also an associate member of Board of trustees of Smt. Santra Devi Health and Educational Trust (SDHE), Mohanpur. This trust is working for the cause of children and mothers of most rural and down trodden areas of south Haryana.  Dr. Balraj Singh Yadav, a renowned Pediatrician of Gurgaon and Dr Vishesh are working as national coordinators for Infant Young Child Feeding (IYCF) practices to combat the issue of malnutrition. Both of them have been instrumental in framing the National Guidelines for IYCF. These guidelines have been accepted by the Government of India.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Canada university scholarship for HAU student Jyoti

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
A student of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar  namely, Jyoti Sihag has been awarded scholarship by University of Manitoba, Canada. Under this scholarship she would pursue Ph.D in Human Nutrition from the University of Manitoba.
          While stating this today, a spokesman of the university said that with this scholarship a new chapter has been added to Jyoti’s meritorious career. She had completed her B.Sc and M.Sc from Home Science College. He said that with her hard work and devotion she had won four gold medals in B.Sc and had also won the prestigious A.L. Fletcher gold medal in M.Sc (Food and Nutrition). A research conducted by her during M.Sc was another feather in her cap. She has discovered a medicine for diabetes which is effective in development of tissues.
          He said that Jyoti has been a brilliant all-rounder student who excelled not only in the field of education but has won gold medals in sports, dance and music too.

HAU issues admit cards for entrance test

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar has issued admit cards to the candidates for entrance test, which is scheduled to be held on June 9 for admission to under- graduate and post-graduate courses during academic year 2012-13.
                   While stating this today, a spokesman of the university said that all the candidates who have applied for admission to B.Sc.(Hons.) Agriculture 4-year degree programme and M.Sc. in the disciplines of Food Science and Technology, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology and Bioinformatics had been sent admit cards by post.
                    He said that since the admit cards were mandatory for entering the examination centre, the candidates who did not receive the same by June 5, would collect duplicate admit cards in person between June 6 and 8 from Academic Branch, Fletcher Bhawan for under-graduate and Deputy Registrar (PGS) for post-graduate courses during office hours after paying fee amounting to Rs.20.

Secondary Semester Examination results on May 31

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The result of the Secondary Semester Examination, March-2012 conducted by   Board of School Education, Bhiwani will be declared on May 31.
 While disclosing this the Secretary of the Board, Mr. D.K.Behra said that 65.38 per cent candidates are successful in the examination  and girls outshone boys by showing four per cent more pass percentage than the boys. The pass percentage of private candidates is 48.42.  
                      More than  3.44 lakh candidates  had appeared in this examination and over 2.25 lakh  were declared pass. He said that 1,87,494 boys appeared in this examination and 1,19,276 boys were declared pass giving a pass percentage of 63.62 whereas 1,56,937 girls appeared in this examination and 1,05,927 were declared pass giving a percentage of 67.50. 
He said that the Board had made elaborate arrangements to provide results to the candidates.  He said that on May 31, the result could be seen on BSNL mobile by SMS and typing HR 10 send to 56666.  For Helpline facility phone No. 01664-254000 could be dialed.  The result could also be downloaded from the websites -,,,,, from 9 a.m. onwards on May 31.
He said that those candidates who, on the basis of this result, want to appear in September-2012 examinations for re-appear or additional subject or improvement could send their examination forms of Rs. 640  without late fee upto June 20. 
 He said that after this date a late fee of Rs. 100  would be payable upto June 27.  Further a late fee of Rs. 300  would be payable upto July 4 and after this date a late fee of Rs. 1000  would be payable upto July 31.  
He said that examination forms would be available at District Level Co-ordination Centres of the Board, Board Headquarters at Bhiwani and the registered book sellers throughout the State.  However, he said that no forms would be accepted through courier services in the Board’s office.

Monday, May 28, 2012

An occasion to rejoice

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
A 100 per cent quality result of science (Medical/Non-medical) & commerce stream brought smile to everyones face. While topper of the science stream (Medical) Orvashi Sharma has secured 90.4% overall, scoring 93 in English, 95 in Biology, 93 in Physics and 94 in Chemistry followed by Abdul Waheed(87.40%), Akhil Prathap(80.00 %), Nisha Chaudhary (79.50%), Ameet Singh Ladhi(78.00%), Udham Singh(78.00%), Amekato Zhimomi(75.20%)
The Commerce stream saw two candidates, Ankit Kumar Agarwal and Sahil Sood sharing the first position securing 86.2% followed by Sumit Agrawal(82.00%), Gurwant Singh (74.00%).
Students who have secured 90% and above in different subjects:
Science Stream: 12
Commerce Stream: 8

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Mothers from India at Shemrock Bliss in pinjore

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
 Mother’s day was celebrated at Shemrock Bliss preparatory school, rathpur Colony in Pinjore today. To acknowledge a mother’s contribution in shaping up a child’s personality and future  shemrock smiles arranged a fun morning for the mothers. A host of games and activities were planned for the mothers like “ Mothers from India” in which the mothers were requested to come in traditional dresses of any one of the states of India. “innovative Sandwich Queen” where the mothers had to present a healthy, wholesome and quick sandwich for their little ones. “Best make up artist” where the mothers had to get a friend along as model and made to do their make up in the school.
Apart from these contests  and other fun games like soap game, ant game, mirror game etc were also organized for the mothers. Mothers Amita, Kavita, Smriti, Rosy Bhushan, Shivranjini and Saroj were awarded first & second prize. Director Teenu Jolly gave away the prizes to the winner mothers. 
She thanked all the mothers for participating so zealously and congratulated them as this would go a long way in encouraging their children for more active participation as well as stronger bonding with the school. She also said that in no way should a mother’s contribution in a child’s life a growth be undermined and the mothers must also realize their own place value in the society and live with pride and self esteem. The mothers enjoyed the celebration thoroughly and were all praise for the well organized fun morning.

Friday, May 25, 2012

MDU and HAU issue admission notice

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak  has notified the admission schedule for admission to various courses in the University Teaching Departments (UTD), Indira Gandhi P.G. Regional Centre, Meerpur  in district Rewari, and University Institute of Law and Management Studies, Gurgaon for the session 2012-2013.
            While stating this today, a spokesman of the university said that the University’s administration has a plan to set up an Admission Help Desks to guide and assist   the students regarding filling up of the online application forms. He said that details of all courses, number of seats and  eligibility conditions would be available on the University’s  website The information brochure would be available for sale on cash payment at Publications Cell of the University, Indira Gandhi P.G. Regional Centre, Rewari, and University Institute of Law and Management Studies, Gurgaon from May 28.  Online application forms are to be submitted to the varsity as per schedule.  A computer generated copy of the application form is to be submitted with the concerned department or the office as well.
 Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar has decided to organise a free health checkup camp at its campus hospital on May 26.
          While stating this today, Dr R. S. Dalal, Senior Medical Officer of the hospital said that this camp would be organised for the staff members of the university.  He said that the health camp would he held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.A team of doctors of Metro Heart Institute, Faridabad including heart specialists, medical experts and paramedical staff would conduct health check up of the staff members of the university. He said that in addition to the consultation of the expert physicians, there would also be arrangement for various tests like ECG, Echo, blood sugar and facility to check weight and blood pressure.
The College of Veterinary Sciences, Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and  Animal Sciences, Hisar is inviting applications for admission to three Diploma Courses  that  is  Veterinary and Livestock Development Diploma (VLDD); Diploma in Veterinary Laboratory Technology (DVLT) and Diploma in Dairy Technology (DIDT).
While stating this today, a spokesman of the University said that applications should be submitted on the prescribed form. The admission form and prospectus for these diploma courses  can be downloaded from the website of the
 The printed form and prospectus are also available on payment basis from the office of Dean, College of Veterinary Sciences. The printed and web based forms will be from May 31,2012. Properly filled up admission forms can be submitted to the office of Dean, without late fee, upto June 16,2012 and with a late fee of Rs.300 upto June 23,2012 by 2 p.m.  The academic qualification required for these diplomas is 10 plus two. For VLDD students of all streams can apply. For DVLT students of medical stream (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) and for DIDT students of non-medical stream (Physics, Chemistry and  Maths) can apply. Diploma Entrance Test (DET-2012) will be conducted at various centres of Hisar . For for VLDD the test would be conducted on  July 22,2012 at 10  a.m., for DVLT on August 5,2012 at 10  a.m. and for DIDT on August 5, 2012 at 3 p.m.

Friday, May 18, 2012

Haryana Police to recruit 11,088 police personnels

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
 Haryana Police will soon recruit 11,088 police personnel including 10,000 male constables, 250 female constables, 600 for Indian Reserve Battalions and 238 Sub Inspectors.
       This was disclosed by Director General of Police Mr. R.S. Dalal while talking to media persons shortly after launching of the website of State Police Complaint Authority by Chief Secretary, Mr P.K.Chaudhary here today.
Mr. Dalal said that major steps have been taken to make the police personnel efficient in handling of cyber crimes. Latest technology has been adopted by the police during last five years.
Also, the police has introduced cyber crime detection technology. Apart from establishing computer labs, advance computer training has been provided to 5000 police personnel. Haryana is the first state in the country where online B-1 test has been made compulsory for promotions. “We wish to provide laptops to the level of inquiry officers and hopefully we can achieve a good progress in next one year in this direction”, he added.
       He said that recently the Chief Minister Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda had announced new 100 posts of Deputy Superintendents of Police. This step would further enhance efficiency of the police.
       On being asked to comment on the serious misconduct cases, Mr. Dalal said that it is the duty of the police to safeguard the general public. Modernization of police force is a major step in this direction. He said that death in police custody is   rare   in Haryana Police.
       In reply to a question, Mr. Dalal said that matter of high security number plates related to Transport Department. This step would benefit the police in a big way. It would help in minimizing the theft cases of vehicles and misuse of vehicles by anti-social elements.
       Earlier, on this occasion, Chairman State Police Complaint Authority, Mr. H.S. Rana said that such authorities are functional in seven states in the country. Haryana is the first state where website of police complaint authority had been launched. Complaints about serious
misconduct cases like death in police custody could be sent through email in the website of the authority.
       On this occasion, Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Dr. K.K. Khandelwal, Home Secretary Mr. Samir Mathur and other senior officers of police department were also present.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Haryana to recruit 9870 JBT teachers through STRB

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Haryana Education Minister Geeta Bhukkal today said that 9,870 JBT teachers will be recruited through State Teachers Recruitment Board (STRB).
          While stating this here today, the Education Minister said that a proposal in this regard was being sent to the Board. As many as 8401 JBT teachers had already been recruited to meet the shortage of teachers during year 2011 and 544 posts of teachers of Urdu language had already been advertised.
She said that the Government had earmarked a sum of over Rs.4889 crore for elementary education during the current financial year. The State Government was committed to develop Haryana as an education hub and several steps were being taken by the Government, he added.
          The Minister said that under Sarv Shiksha Abhiyaan, the award money of those panchayats who have ensured admission of all girls in the age group between six and 14 years into schools had been increased from Rs. 50,000 to Rs. one lakh. During the tenure of present government, 544 branches of  primary schools had been upgraded to  primary schools and 267 primary schools to middle schools. As per the provisions of RTE Act, teacher student ratio from class I to V had been fixed at 1:30 and from VI to VIII classes  at 1:35. Similarly, the ratio of teacher student from IX to XII classes had been made 1:40 as per the provisions of Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyaan.
          Giving details about money spent for maintenance of primary schools, Mrs. Bhukkal said that over Rs.2200crore had been incurred so far since the present government assumed office in year 2005. She said that Rs. nine crore had been earmarked for providing free text books and work books to students studying from class I to VIII during current financial year.
          Mrs. Bhukkal said that the Government had exempted the condition of submitting birth certificate for admission in government schools. With a view to increase enrollment in primary schools, 2620 anganwadi centres had been shifted to primary schools upto March 31, 2012. As many as 21,763 students had been given bicycles  and the beneficiaries included the students belonging to Scheduled Castes and the girls of other categories who had taken  admission in class VI in various schools upto March 31, 2012 to facilitate them.

No STET for Haryana teachers

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Haryana Chief Minister  Bhupinder Singh Hooda has accorded approval in principle that the teachers of the state now do not have to appear for State Teachers Eligibility Test (STET) for their promotions.
            While disclosing this here today, Haryana Education Minister Mrs. Geeta Bhukkal said that this decision had been taken keeping in view the interest of the teachers and to benefit them.

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Proposal to recruit 895 assistant professors sent to HPSC

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Haryana Higher Education Department has sent a proposal for the recruitment of 895 Assistant Professors to the Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC). The process to recruit 140 lecturers for college cadre has been started in the State.
            While stating this today, Haryana Education, Social Justice and Empowerment Minister, Mrs Geeta Bhukkal said that Haryana Government is celebrating 2012 as The Youth Year. Under this policy new private, self-financed and government colleges are being opened so as to provide quality higher education to them. She said that Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda wants to make Haryana a hub of education and many reputed education institutions are coming up in Rajiv Gandhi Education City. Teachers Training Institute is being opened at village Silani, district Jhajjar.
            She said that the numbers of students taking admissions in the schools are continuously increasing while the numbers of drop-outs are decreasing. She said that the campaign for providing the education to the girl child has also been yielding positive results. She said that the youth forms 65 per cent population of the country and for this India is being called as ‘Youngisatan’. Taking this fact into consideration, more emphasis is being laid on to improve their skills. The government is also taking steps to promote technical education amongst the youth.
            She said that those found guilty for irregularities in non-government voluntary organizations in Rohtak and Gurgaon would be severely punished. She said that the Government has constituted a committee for investigating these organizations.

Saturday, May 12, 2012

DPS Pinjore celebrates Mother's Day

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)

 DPS Pinjore celebrated Mothers Day today with great enthusiasm. The special invitees of the day, proud mothers were given a hearty welcome. The venue for the celebration was decorated tastefully. After a formal welcome by Dr. Kiran Prabhakar, Coordinator, The Principal Mr. Samson Masih greeted the mothers and wished a Happy Mothers Day adding that Mothers ought to be revered and respected for their unfathomable, invaluable love and affection that they bestow not only on their children but the entire family. Dr. Mrs. Bimla Arora, Member Management DPS Pinjore and Mrs. Diana Masih, Counselor of the school also graced the occasion. The children expressed their gratitude in the form of melodious songs: Tujhe Sab hai Pata Meri Maa, Tu Kitani Acchi Hai .
A host of activities organized for the mothers commenced with mothers singing melodious numbers like Mere ghar aai ek nanhi pari&, bachche man ke sachche&,Gudia si pari Meri ladli&,yeh Kagaz ki Kashti&, etc. getting loud applause for their confident participation and providing melody to the programme with these touching songs. This singing competition was followed by the invaluable mothering tips presented by the mothers for who can give these tips better than the mothers. Dr. (Mrs.) Bimla Arora added to these Mothering tips to enlighten the august gathering about how to be an ideal mother as she is an expert in this field .
A Hasya Kavita Path that followed this programme was enjoyed thoroughly by the guests, who appreciated the efforts of young, budding poets wholeheartedly. The mothers then took part in a painting and writing (write any funny experience of motherhood) competitions revealing their hidden talent and winning prizes for these.
Alongside these competitions the elimination and Musical statues- two games were organized to make the mother s enjoy, every moment of this special day of theirs.
The dance competition that followed was the highlight of the celebrations as the nimble footed dancers mesmerised with their performances-making everyone think- How much talent is hidden in every second person in this beautiful world of ours.
After the dance competition the beautiful, charming and elegantly dressed damsels came onto the ramp and stole the show. Some beauty tips were given by f DHead Lounge, a beauty parlor in Amravati Enclave who also sponsored the Mothers Day gifts
Winners of all the competitions sing smart, speak smart, walk smart, write smart, paint smart, dance smart were given away gift hampers by Dr.(Mrs.) Bimla Arora who congratulated all participants appreciating their participation.
The finale of the celebration saw all the mothers on the stage dancing to their hearts delight as the MCs Ms. Sonia Khanna and Ms. Surabhi Sehgal played the foot tapping music for them. Dr. Kiran Prabhakar thanked the entire guest for making their own day all the more special by attending the function and honouring the school with their benign presence. The important message of the day was well taken by the mothers, Be Happy, and spread happiness and make the entire society and the world a better place to live in .

Friday, May 11, 2012

Sahil and Rohan record first-round victories

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Sahil Aggarwal and Rohan Arora were among those who won their first round match in the under-19 category of the Gurgaon District Chess Championship which was jointly inaugurated by City Magistrate Vivek Kalia and INLD leader Anil Rao were today.
Anil Rao in his address praised the efforts of Distt. Chess Association in promotion of chess. . He donated Rs. 11,000 to the association and assured full cooperation in future events.
A vote of thanks was proposed by  Naresh Sharma.
The following players won their first round matches:
U-11: Kritik Satija, Lokesh Hans, Stuti Bhanot, Tanishka Kotia, Aditya Mittal, Chirag Tayal,  Paranjay Sahni, Nakul Hans, Amaan Ahmed, Parth Arora, Prakhar Jain, Anirudh Mittal, Arnav Haldia, Prateek have won their first Round.
U-13: Jayant Chauhan, Harmeet thukran, Vaishnavi Thakur, Kriti lamba, Abhishek Manchanda, Akshita, Naman Saini, Parikshit Singh, Parth Sharma, Pranay Gulati, Rahul Arvind, Rohit Yadav have won their first round.
U-15: Chetan chauhan, Vaibhavi thakur, Divyam Kamrah, Aditya mathur, Pranav Bhasin, Akshit Saini, Akul Chauhan, Anant Kumar, Anshuman Bhasin, Saurabh Saini.
U-17: Raj Kishore, Vaibhav, S.Vishal, Sagar Malik, Shashank Gandhi, Ayush Sapra, Tejashwar, Udit rathi, Gautam Adlakha, Hitesh Sharma
U-19: Sahil Aggarwal, Rohan Arora, Rohit Sehrawat, Ankit Goyal, Anish Gupta, Jatin Bhardwaj, Rahul Arora, Sidharth Kumar

Mother's Day celebrated in St Teresa Convent


by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Mothers Day was celebrated in St. Teresa Convent School with great vigour and enthusiasm. Principal Sir delivered speech to the students where he told them the importance of mothers in our lives. He shared his own life experiences with the students.
Students from Montessori section made shopping bags for their mothers on their own with the help of the teachers. Teachers from Montessori section sang songs. The preparations for mother’s day had started days before. Students also made colourful cards for their mothers to appreciate the efforts and sacrifices.
Drawing competition and essay writing competition was also held in the senior wing. Students performed a short skit on Mothers which was really enjoyed by all.
Resuolts: Writing Competition:
1  Manan Raheja (Class 7th)
2  Ritika Rana (Class 6th)
3    Pankaj Chaudhary (Class 6th)
Drawing Competition: 
1  Sunny (Classy 5th)
2  Abhishek Jindal (Class 7th)
3  Devyanshi (Class 3rd)

Hallmarkites pay heartiest tribute to all the proud mothers

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Local Hallmark Public School Sector 15  celebrated Mother's Day with zest and zeal. The utmost junior wing students welcomed their mothers with a greeting card made by their efforts and affection. Beautiful and interesting games as: passing the parcel was played  where the mothers sang  the lullaby which she used to sing for her child, mom's favourite quotes were narrated by her, shared their past experiences when she was young, Mum- Best sculptor of Lord was another interesting game was played in which the mothers gave wings to  their imagination and created sculptors out of the plasticine.Students also  expressed their gratitude and conveyed to their dearest moms that God could not be present everywhere so he created mom . 
Mom is the best creation of this world as she creates so many lives so she deserves the best in life.   A chart was displayed on which the mothers expressed their wish, the senior wing made a splendid greeting card using clay which depicted the story of their true love and saluted to her sacrifices made by their moms. Principal  Kavita Wadhwa extolled all and conveyed the message that mother is that school where we learn without being taught, to that cave that ends with a warmness, carried hardships, but still hold happiness, to our mother. The Director  Jivtesh Grag also eulogised wholeheartedly and briefed that the world will not spine without mothers.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Deepinder Hooda for creating more jobs, increase MSP

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
 Congress MP Mr Deepender Singh Hooda today stressed for creating job opportunities for the youth, increasing Minimum Support Price (MSP) of the crops and sought inclusion of Haryana in Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) and separate airport for the state.
            Mr Hooda was speaking in the Parliament today while participating in the budget debate.
            Mr Hooda said that Haryana state alone has contributed 900 crore more tax revenue than the collective tax revenue of Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Chandigarh and Jammu and Kashmir, yet the state does not have its airport. He said that Haryana was the only state in the country, which did not have its airport. He said that Haryana contributed highest per capita cess in the country, but the PMGSY funds had been withheld for the last three years. He demanded the release of the funds to the state. He said that revenue contribution for the states should be increased from 30 per cent to 50 per cent.
            While raising the issue of creating more jobs for the youth in the country, Mr Hooda said that the country's average age in 2020 will be 30 years and more job avenues should be created in the country. He said that our economic policies are Gross Development Product (GDP) growth oriented, but it should have goal of controlling inflation and job creation.
            Mr Hooda said that the MSP of the crops should be made dynamic and latest figures should be used for calculating it. He said that the MSP was declared earlier and the rates of DAP got increased after that, but that has not been taken into consideration. He also stressed for more fertilizer production in the country. In year 2000, China and India's production of fertilizer was same earlier, but it was now producing five times more fertilizer and we are depending on the imports, he further added.
            While praising the economic policies of the government, Mr Hooda said that the conditions at the international level were worse as the crude oil rates zoomed, there was a euro zone crisis, but the country has achieved good growth rate and it is expected to achieve growth rate of 7.5 per cent. He said that the public debt to GDP ratio has decreased from 75 per cent to 66 per cent which is a good indicator.

Applications invited from retired teachers

by Haryananewswire4u (Balbir)
Haryana School Shiksha Pariyojna Parishad has invited applications from the retired teachers who could devotedly contribute  for excellent implementation of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan and Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan.
            While stating this today, a spokesman of the Parishad said that for the implementation of various components of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan and Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan applications had been invited from those dedicated and determined retired teachers who could contribute to provide qualitative education. 
            He said that the interested applicants could send their applications in the prescribed format to  Mrs. Kalpana Rashmi, Advisor, Haryana School Shiksha Pariyojna Parishad, 3rd  floor, Shiksha Sadan, Sector 5, Panchkula, Haryana – 134109.

Four Murthul students to attend workshop in Virginia

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
James Medicine University, Virginia, America  has invited   four students of Bio-technology Department of Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology, Murthal to attend a workshop.
            While stating this today, a spokesman of the University said that about Rs one crore have been spent on the modernization of the laboratories of Bio-Technology Department so as to provide international level facilities to the researchers here. Mainly, the laboratories of Bio-informatics, genetic technology, plant bio-technology, micro-biology, molecular biology and enzyme bio-technology had been modernized.
          He said that the laboratories of the Department were competent enough to carry out any international level experiment. Now, the researchers of the university could conduct research work with foreign universities on various subjects. He said that an agreement had been signed with Finland for research and analysis. In the year 2011, ten students of Malaysia participated in the ten-week workshop held in the university. During the workshop, the student representatives from Malaysia carried out research on various subjects.
            He said that in the year 2012 American Society for Micro-biology sent Prof. Louise Temple for two weeks workshop in the university. As many as 34 researchers from Bio-technology Department and various other universities of the state participated in this workshop. The expenditure of this workshop was borne jointly by the university and American Society.
            He said that 15 Ph.D. students, 40 M.Tech. and 200 B.Tech. students were engaged in the research work  on various subjects. He said that in this year, a representative of five students from Malaysia would participate in the workshop to be organized by the university. This would enable the researchers of the university share their research experiences with the foreign researches.

Monday, May 7, 2012

Art of calligraphy at Hallmark

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
As rightly said by Mahatma Gandhi, “Good handwriting is half of the education”. The simple clean strokes, the rhythm in a line, the proportion of words, the dynamics in the letters as they flow organically down on an unused page, the harmony one feels between hand, words and text in the writing process is all describes the beauty of calligraphy. Hallmarkites proved themselves as every tiny tot from junior wing to the senior wing participated in the Calligraphy contest held in the Hallmark Public School Sec-15 Pkl. The students carved every word beautifully and legibly. Every sheet looked identical and splendid in its own way. The Principal Ms. Kavita Wadhwa extolled all and conveyed the message that the aim of the Calligraphy is to obtain a steadily better result. She enforced that every individual should write that beautiful. Director Mr. Jivtesh Garg also eulogised and appreciated the efforts done by the students and briefed that the handwriting reflects ones character so we should be stupendous while writing.

Holders of 'C' certificates exempted from written examinations

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The NCC candidates with ‘C’ certificate appearing for Soldier General Duty Sikh posts will be exempted from written examination in Open Army Recruitment Rally to be held at Dronacharya Stadium, Kurukshetra from May 30 to June 09, 2012. The NCC candidates with ‘C’ certificate appearing for soldier clerk and store keeper technical posts will get 15 bonus marks.
While stating this today, a spokesman of Army Recruitment Office, Ambala said that the youth of district Ambala, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Karnal, Yamuna Nagar, Panchkula and UT Chandigarh could take part in this open recruitment rally.
          He said that on May 30, recruitment to the post of Central Category Rally (Havildar Education) would be carried out and the youth of all Himachal Pradesh, UT Chandigarh and of all Haryana except district of Mewat, Gurgaon, Faridabad and Palwal could take part in the recruitment on this day. The candidates with call letter issued by ARO Ambala would be accepted for Havildar Education, he added.
He said that recruitment for the post of soldier general duty would also be carried out on this day and Sikh and Sikh (Mazhbi and Ramdasia) candidates of districts Ambala, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Karnal, Yamuna Nagar and UT Chandigarh could take part in this recruitment. He said that recruitment to the post of soldier general duty could also be made on May 31 and the youth of Kurukshetra district of Haryana except Sikh and Sikh (Mazhbi and Ramdasia) and Gorkha candidates could take part in this recruitment.
          He said that recruitment for the post of soldier general duty would be organised on June 1 and the youth of districts Ambala, Panchkula and UT Chandigarh only could take part in this recruitment and the youth of districts Kaithal, Karnal and Yamuna Nagar would be recruited to these posts on June 2, 3 and 4 respectively.
          He said that the recruitment for the post of soldier general duty for Gorkha candidates would be organised on June 4 and the youth of districts Ambala, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Karnal, Yamuna Nagar, Panchkula and UT Chandigarh could take part in this recruitment. On June 5, candidates from Kurushetra and Karnal belonging to all castes for the post of soldier clerk or store keeper technical would be recruited and the youth of districts Ambala and Yamuna Nagar would be recruited to these posts on June 6 whereas youth of districts Kaithal, Panchkula and UT Chandigarh would be recruited for the same post on June 7.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Investiture Ceremony at Hallmark

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
With the ushered words of Rabindra Nath Tagore the Hallmarkites  stepped  into another year of activities, responsibilities and challenges, the Investiture Ceremony of the humanities forum for the current academic session 2012-13 was held where the head boy, the head girl, the house captains, the house  vice captains of all the four houses (Iris,Lily,Tulip and Daffodil) and all the prefectorial board of pupils  took pledge to essay their roles to perfection. 
The oath of office was carried with its essence by one and all. They were honoured with sashes and badges and assigned the duties. Samiksha, the Head Girl of the school addressed the gathering and said," The youth is a key element for sustainable development of a country ."
The co-ordinator Deepika Bhardwaj told the students to take pledge to fulfill their duties with true spirit and dedication. Principal Kavita Wadhwa congratulated and told them to remember that with great power comes the great responsibility. Director Jivtesh Garg also showered his blessings for the appointees and congratulated them by conveying the message that not only to taking the pledge but execution of their duties are also vital and also conveyed that such ceremonies imbibes the leadership qualities amd makes the leader for tomorrow.
An oath of office was administrated by the Principal as a showdown to the whole ceremony which carried the essence, Concerned prefects, head boys, head girls “Responsible children follow through without giving up.” duties

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

DPS honours its support staff on May Day

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
 Labour Day was celebrated with full aplomb to appreciate the tireless, hard working workers of this institution. Paying a befitting tribute and thanking them for making the life of others comfortable day- after-day by accomplishing the jobs assigned to them, the school students presented a skit. Depicting how the absence of a maid could spoil the morning and cause the whole routine to topsy-turvy unnerving the family members totally: The absence of a peon in an institution is almost unthinkable as it means a lot of mismanagement and chaos because they are the ones who run errands the whole daylong to keep things going.
The Management announced a substantial hike in the salaries of the support staff in appreciation of their services. The teachers and students also did their bit by making a contribution which was distributed among the workers.
The support staff was also made to feel important by inviting them on the stage to showcase their talent. Most of them, feeling shy, initially opened up and the appreciative audience had a treat for their eyes when the lady workers gave a dance performance on the popular Punjabi Number Too Ni Boldi&.
The Principal Mr Samson Masih addressing the students highlighted the need ,importance and significance of the role of these workers in our life. He also emphasized upon the value of Dignity of labor which helps a person to become more humane and responsible towards his fellow beings. Empathy is a great virtue to practice, he added.
The programme was conducted by Ms Meenakshi Mohan Who made sure that every member of the support staff was honored by the Principal.
The parents of the students were invited to cooperate by instilling good habits in their children like showing respect towards the maids and the servants, drivers, Factory workers, etc.
The tiny tots from pre-Nur to class II also celebrated the day in a special way by coloring the cut-outs of the Helpers who make our life go smoothly with their dedicated services Thank You cards made by the students were also given to these workers who were extremely touched. They thanked every one for this generosity and kind gesture .The senior students expressed their views on this significant day in prose and verse later.
The message of the Labour Day celebrations reached every one to be compassionate, respectful and generous towards these fellow workers ,always because they do make a lot of difference in our lives.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Teachers appointment on regular basis, says CM

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
 Haryana Chief Minister Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda today ordered that the appointment of teachers would be made on regular basis and not on contractual basis in the state.
        While stating this here today, the Education Minister Mrs. Geeta Bhukkal said that the Chief Minister had given approval for the amendment in the Haryana Education Rules in this regard. The Amendment in rules would soon be notified.
                Mrs. Bhukkal said that the Chief Minister had also approved to delete the clause in the notification of Haryana Education Rules under which women teachers were barred from joining duty if they were more than 12 weeks pregnant. Now onwards, there would be no such bar for pregnant women for joining the services as teachers.
                  She said that about 15,000 teachers would soon be appointment by the government to provide qualitative education to the students of the state. Now they all would be appointed on regular basis.
                  As per the notification earlier issued in this regard, “the posts in the Department of Secondary Education shall be filled on contract basis initially for one year which may be extendable on year-to-year basis. Provided that for the extension or renewal of contract period on year-to-year basis, the concerned District Education Officer shall issue a certificate that the contract appointee had performed satisfactory service. The contractual appointee shall be paid fixed contractual emoluments and no other allied benefits such as senior or selection or assured career progression scales etc shall be given.”
         According to earlier provisions, the selected woman candidate had to submit a certificate of her fitness from a Civil Surgeon. In case she was pregnant beyond 12 weeks she used to stand temporarily unfit till the confinement period was over. However, as per latest decision of the government, the pregnant woman could also join as teacher like other candidates.

HDDCF to soon launch ice creams

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Haryana Dairy Development Cooperative Federation will soon launch ice creams of different flavours in the market under VITA brand.
           While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that Federation was successfully supplying quality ghee, curd, milk and cheese to the consumers under Vita brand. He said that Federation was playing an important role not only in making cattle breeders and rural women self dependent, but also in delivering quality products to consumers at reasonable rates.
He said that during the year   2011-12, Federation purchased 5.33 crore kg of milk costing Rs 111 crore in Sirsa district.
           He said that as many as 26259 farmers were associated with Vita plant at Sirsa for the supply of milk.  Besides this, 1350 persons were associated for collection of milk  and 675 societies were working for the Federation for this purpose, out of which 520 were registered. Contributing towards women empowerment, Federation had constituted 80 women committees. This had not only brought self confidence in them but had also made them financially independent. One committee had atleast 41 members who work in a time bound manner, he added.
           He said that at Vita plant at Sirsa, 1.46 lakh kgs of milk was collected daily and consumers were provided milk products like curd, ghee, butter, buttermilk and different sweets prepared on purity
scales. He said that bonus was also given to the societies exhibiting good performance. Vita was also providing facility of artificial fertilization for the cattle at 17 societies. He said that there are seven chilling centres of Vita at different areas of district Sirsa and at present, 350 workers are working at Vita institute, out of which 71 were on regular basis.
           He said that Haryana Dairy Development Cooperative Federation has established its units at Jind, Rohtak, Ballabhgarh and Ambala apart from Sirsa.

HSIIDC to organise business meet in New Delhi

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)

Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd. (HSIIDC) will organise business meet at New Delhi on May 28 for discussing the term loan proposals with the entrepreneurs.
         While stating this here today, a spokesman of HSIIDC said that the entrepreneurs could discuss their term loan proposals with a team of senior officers of HSIIDC in this meet.

         He said that term loans upto Rs 25 crore  were being advanced by HSIIDC for setting up new units or expansion of existing industrial projects, hotels, commercial complexes, industrial infrastructure, working capital and corporate loan requirements.
           He said that for more information, the people could visit the Corporation's website or contact  on 0172-2565633.