Shri Ramsevak Paikra Home Minister and district In-charge, on Friday presided over the district-level rehabilitation samiti meet at the Raigarh Collectorate. A plan was approved at the meeting to re-locate the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) plant displaced persons. The proposal will be forwarded to the state government by the samiti. Mr. Roshanlal Agrawal, MLA, Raigarh, Mr. Laljit Singh Ratia, MLA, Dharamjaigarh, Mr. Mahendra Chowtha, Mayor, people's representatives, janpad and gram panchayat officials and affected villagers were present. Mr.
The Minister for Manpower Planning Prem Prakash Pandey said that the central government's efforts to felicitate the natural talent of youths with due certification would promote skill upgradation and creation of employment in the country. Pandey was expressing his views in the national workshop on Skill Development organised at Vigyan Bharan in New Delhi on Friday In this workshop discussions were held increasing capabilities for entrepreneurship and employment with career consultation and vocational training.
The state government would simplify the driving licence procedure and for this camps will be organised in different areas and driving licence will be prepared using mobile units. The Transport Minister Rajesh Munat convened review meeting of officers from Transport department at new state secretariat here on Thursday and gave instructions in this regard. He said that for this detailed work plan should be prepared and should be started by coming month. Munat also directed the officers to organised five camps in capital city in the month of September.
To promote tourism in Chhattisgarh, the tourist from the country and abroad would be given information about the socioeconomic traditions and local delicacies of Chhattisgarh. In addition to this due assistance of persons from private field and travel associates would be taken in order to provide better facilities to the tourists as per Central's tourism policy. One day Sensitization workshop for promotion of 'Incredible India Bed and Breakfast / Home Stay Establishment Scheme' was organised by Chhattisgarh Tourism Board at Hotel Grand Hyatt here on Friday.
Astroturf Hockey Stadium, constructed by State Government's Sports and Youth Welfare Department in Raipur at the cost of Rs 12.50 crores, has been given recognition as an International Stadium by International Hockey Federation (IHF). In the inaugural programme of this magnificent stadium organized on the birth anniversary of Major Dhyanchand (National Sports Day), Chief Guest Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha Speaker Gaurishankar Agrawal handed over the certificate of recognition to Sports and Youth Welfare Department Secretary Dinesh Shrivastava.
In the inaugural programme of state's second international Astroturf hockey stadium in capital city Raipur of Chhattisgarh, Chief Guest of the occasion and Vidhan Sabha Speaker Gaurishankar Agrawal felicitated veteran international hockey player Ashok Dhyanchand, son of Major Dhyanchand the Magician of Hockey. Chhattisgarh's senior international hockey player and resident of Raigarh district Vincent Lakda was also honoured.
Deploying modern information technology in public interest, State Government have connected all 27 districts of Chhattisgarh with video conferencing network. This network will be utilized for hearing and timely redress of public grievances. State Government have fixed district-wise days in Mantralaya (Mahanadi Bhavan) for hearing and timely redress of public grievances through video conferencing. This system will enable the officials of Mantralaya to have direct interaction with the applicants.
Expressing his delight on the dedication of State's second International-level Hockey stadium at Raipur. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh extended his heartiest congratulations and best wishes to all the players, sports loving people in the State and sports fraternity. Chief Minister who is presently in United States of America for treatment of his wife Veena Singh. in his message said after dedication of two international standard hockey stadiums in Chhattisgarh at Rajnandgaon and Raipur, the State will scale new heights in the world Hockey.
On the occasion of birth anniversary of Magician of Hockey Major Dhyanchand (National Sports Day), hockey players and sports lovers of Chhattisgarh have got the present of International Astroturf Hockey Stadium. Vidhan Sabha Speaker Gaurishankar Agrawal inaugurated the stadium. In the inaugural ceremony, players of Indian hockey team played a stupendous inaugural match, in which India Team 'A' won the match by 4-1. On the occasion, several nationally and internationally reputed hockey players were also present.
On the second day 'Eco Bal Mela', children visited Chhattisgarh Science Center and gathered knowledge regarding various science inventions at the center. The three day event will conclude on Friday and Housing and Environment Minister Rajesh Munat will be the chief guest at the occasion. During the visit at the center, children participating from Dantewada, Jagdalpur, Jaspur, Koriya, Ambikapur, Raigarh, Saraipali and Basena were briefed about various inventions by center Director Dr. PK Bhatt.