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Meeting for National Compact Pulse Polio Campaign

Jashpurnagar January 17, 2019 / National Intensive Pulse Polio Campaign was organized on 3rd February 2019 under the chairmanship of Shri Nilesh Kumar Mahadev Kshirsagar under the chairmanship of Collector Nirvesh Task Force Committee held in the meeting room of the Collectorate office.
Chief Medical and Health Officer told that India has become free of polio. But neighboring countries in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria still have poles. Along with the movement of people, polio viruses can also come to India. The pulse polio campaign is being run to prevent this. For the successful operation of the campaign, 1161 booths, 4550 team members and 217 observers have been appointed to provide lactic medicines to 115473 children targeted for 0 to 5 years in the district. 13 Transist team (bus stap), 8 fair market, 19 mobile teams have been formed.
On February 3, 2019, all children will be administered medicines on pole booths. Collector Shri Kshirsagar has given instructions that only children on the booth should be given medicine. During the home visits on 4th and 5th February 2019, children and newly born children discharged will be treated.
 During the District Task Force meeting, Collector Shri Kshirsagar was given the direction that for the successful operators of Pulse Palio, he has been given extensive publicity through inter-departmental coordination. To organize a rally through the education department school children and inform the children from the eradication and date of the policy after the prayer and after the prayer, the women and child development department through Anganwadi workers should campaign in their respective areas and thus Anganwadi center and the school where polio booth is built, from 3 am on Sunday, 8 am Keep open until 5pm. In addition to getting special attention in the Badaar area, achieve the resultant achievement.

Health Department appeals to keeping alert for bird flu rescue

He told that the symptoms of bird flu in humans such as fever and throat scab, cough, headache, pain in pain, colds and nose bleeding. Complications of bird flu, such as eye problems, difficulty breathing, swelling of pneumonia, brain and heart. Transmission of avian influenza is transmitted through humans through migratory migratory birds. At the same time, they have high risk of bird flu in poultry farm workers, birds and egg sellers, and those who are in contact with them.
The Integrated Disease Surveillance Program of Health Department, Jashpur has appealed to the people to immediately inform the animal medical officer about the sudden death of the pet and non-pet birds in the affected area and do not touch the dead birds in the group. Perform their dead bodies properly. Wash your hands and nose before washing food and wearing a mask. On the death of the birds, in case of any cold, cough and fever, the patients should be treated with close treatment, and the Integrated Disease Surveillance Department should inform the District Jashpur.

Collective medicine will be consumed for the prevention of filariaria disease

Jashpur 16 Jan

Elephant (Phailaria) is a serious and very annoying disease, which is going to run the Phileara eradication program at the national level for liberation. In the same sequence, mass medicines will be consumed on 8,9 and 10 February from the state level for eradication of national filariasis and emancipation. On February 8, all the children registered in Anganwadi along with all the appropriate beneficiaries of the community will be consumed by Anganwadi workers.

Similarly, all children registered in schools will be claimed in the school by the nominated authors. In the said day, for the purpose of consuming medicines for beneficiaries in the said day, medicines will be consumed by giving house rent by the Matanin Anganwadi workers on 9th and 10th February for the next two days.
Normally a person is not serious about taking medicines in a healthy condition.

As a result, the success of the program appears to be adversely affected. For this, the group has been asked to chant in the village before the date of drug conservation date 8 February. At the same time, the drug distribution center has also been given the capability to provide the presence of beneficiaries of the beneficiaries and to all the beneficiaries for drug intake before drug distributor.

Collector's meeting of the deadline

Jashpur 16 Jan

Collector Shri Nilesh Kumar Mahadev Kshirsagar held a meeting of the time limit from 11 am in the meeting room of the District Office on Tuesday. In the meeting, he inquired about the progress of the work done by all the departments. And instructed to speed up the work. Apart from this he also asked the absent officer and staff to give notice to the time-limit meeting. In addition, District Panchayat CEO Mr. Kuldeep Sharma present in the meeting also gave different instructions to the officials.

In the meeting, Shri Kshirsagar gave all SDM the mandate to pay special attention to the land allotment. On caste certificates, he told all the SDMs that all nodal officers should provide training in this regard. And for all the people who have not been able to caste caste certificates, they should make caste certificates by putting them in one month. They purchased the paddy but said that the concerned RI and food inspectors will be presently presenting the report of the purchase of rice. He said that if any farmer is selling more paddy, then he will take physical attention while taking special attention.

When Mr. Kshirsagar urged for immediate disposal of cases pending in all pending cases of penitentiary in Jan Darshan, the number of penal cases was immediate. On this occasion, Forest Officer Mr. Krishna Jadhav, Additional Collector Mr. I.L. Thakur, Deputy Collector Mr. R.S. Tiwari, all SDM, CEO, departmental officers and other officers and employees were present.


Priority list for 3 posts in child protection unit

Jashpurnagar January 14, 2018 / In the District Child Protection Unit under Integrated Child Protection Scheme in Jashpur Nagar, Jan 14, 2018, a post of 3 approved vacant postal protection officer, one post of storekeeper co-accountant and a list of outreach worker, preference list after claim objection has been issued.
         The District Program Officer of the Women and Child Development Department said that the candidate's list of priority list has been published after the claim objection. On the basis of the list, the candidates have been called in the District Child Protection Unit on January 18, at 11 am for verification of certificates and written examination, group discussion, skill test. He told that the list can also be seen on the information panel of the website of the district's district headquarters and the district's child protection unit of the office.


Jashpur 11 Jan

Under the Chief Minister's Child Plan, the efforts of the talented students of Naxal-affected districts, along with excellent and quality education as well as in the entrance examinations related to the national level engineering, medical and commerce subjects, will be conducted in the year 2019-20 in the Kanya Residential School Jashpur. Applications have been invited for 125 seats for admission in class 9th till 2 February.

The seat reserved for the admission in the 9th class (year 2019-20) in the attempt residential school Jashpur. The effort is a total of 125 seats in the Boys and Girls Residential School, Jashpur. Out of which 75 seats are for boys and 50 seats for girls. Under this, 50 percent reservation for Scheduled Tribes students, 20 percent for Scheduled Castes students, 20 percent for Other Backward Classes students and 10 percent reservation for general category students has been done. Efforts have been set for selection in residential schools. Students will be selected on merit basis basis.

It is compulsory to pass the minimum examination of 60% marks in B grade with the resident of the affected district and the examination of class VIII from Naxalite district school. Student should be a permanent caste certificate holder belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes declared by Chhattisgarh State. Direct entry of children directly to the affected families of Naxal violence will be given directly, but in this regard, it is necessary to attach the certificate of the District Superintendent of Police.

Assistant Commissioner Shri Vahane said that the entrance examination will be held on February 10 in the district headquarters Jashpur. For which interested applicants can submit application to Development Officer, Education Officer by February 2. For more information regarding this, the applicant can contact the office of Assistant Commissioner of Tribal Development Jashpur and all the development block education officer in office hours.

Organic Farmer Fair organized on January 16

Jashpur 11 Jan

Organic farming fair will be organized by the Agriculture Department under Biological Farming Mission, on January 16, at Krishi Vigyan Kendra, DumroBhar, Pathalgaon from 10 am to 4 pm. Deputy Director of Agriculture Department informed that information will be provided by agricultural scientists on organic farming / advanced agricultural techniques etc. to the farmers in organic farmers' fair. He has requested all the farmers to get information about biological farming in the presence of maximum number of organic farmers' fair.

4 lakhs sanctioned for affected families after death of snakebite

Jashpur 11 Jan

On October 8, 2018, the death of Shri Karam Sahi father father Anhingu Ram, resident of village Kairabel tehsil of Kansabel tehsil, has been sanctioned a grant of Rs 4 lakh to Anunu Ram, father of the deceased's deceased deceased.

Ineligible list for three posts in Child Protection Home (Child)

Jashpur 11 Jan

Under the Integrated Child Protection Scheme of the Women and Child Development Department, Jashpur, a proposal of 3 approved vacant post of probation officer, one post of the House Frm, the post of paramedical staff for the post of ineligible list of applications, claim objection 16 Have been invited till January. The District Program Officer of the Women and Child Development Department said that the candidates can also view the non-ineligible list on the information panel of the District Child Protection Unit of the website and office of the district. In this context, whatever application you want to file a claim objection, the District Child Protection Unit can submit claim objection to the post of Bhagalpur road behind the Ranjita stadium in the prescribed time frame.

Meeting on candidates' election expenditure, scrutiny report and abstract accounting concluded

In the presence of Collector and District Election Officer, Shri Sunil Kumar Jain and Expenditure Observer Shri Ram Singh Shekhawat, Mahasamund, 07 January 2019, meeting of election officials was organized on the topic related to expenditure of all candidates of Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 in the meeting of the District Office today. was. In the meeting, District Election Officer and Expenditure Observer informed that according to the directions of the Election Commission of India, the limits for the expenditure incurred in the elections were decided by the candidates. Within 30 days of the counting of declaration, the candidates have to submit the Commission information of their election expenditure inevitably. For this, from January 7 to January 10, the Expenditure Observer and Assistant Expenditure Observer appointed by the District Expenditure Observer and Expenditure Audit team in the District Treasury office are being scrutinized by checking their problems. Master Tea Nurse Shri Himanshu Bhawan gave detailed information about this in the matter through Power Presentation and resolved the doubts of Election Agent. On this occasion, Additional Collector Mr. Alok Pandey, Treasury Officer Mr. D.P. Election agents of various political parties including Verma, Accounting Officer were present.

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