Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today morning inaugurated 'Jaldaan Utsav' in Mandir Hasaud near capital city Raipur. He switched on the motor pump and released water from empty ballast quarry to canals for villages, which are going through water crisis.
In a programme organized at Chief Minister's residence office today, seven MoUs were signed with seven major companies on food processing, electronics, coal and engineering sectors today, in esteemed presence of Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh, at his residence office. As per these MoUs, an investment of INR 236 crore across electronics, food processing, engineering and coal value addition sectors would be done that would generate employment opportunities of over 2000 local youth in state.
School Education Minister Mr. Kedar Kashyap today chaired the meeting of all the government school principals of state at conference hall of Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education in Pension Bada. He gave strict instructions to principals for making strenuous efforts to ensure better results in respective schools. Meanwhile, Mr. Kashyap expressed dissatisfaction over schools with weak performance and directed principals concerned to improve their results. In the meeting, School Education Department Secretary and Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education Chairman Mr.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today boarded helicopter at the Police Lines Ground and left for Lok Suraj Mission. Dr. Raman Singh while speaking to newsmen earlier said that Lok Suraj campaign will help the State Administration understand the ground realities and change policies as per the needs of the masses. He will know whether the policies and programmes are being implemented in the rural areas as per the needs and aspirations of t he masses or not. Farmers have ample time during the summer months and is an ideal time to understand their needs and viewpoint. Dr.
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Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today chaired a Cabinet meeting in which many crucial decisions were taken. Socio- Economic and Caste Census 2011 details were approved by the Cabinet. The beneficiaries in the entire State will be selected for the State and Central-sponsored schemes on the basis of these guidelines.
A major decision taken was that if a State Government employee dies while in service the daughter-in-law also will be considered for the job on Compassionate grounds.
The violators of Helmet rule will be penalized Rs 200 instead of earlier Rs 500.
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has directed Health Department Officials to ensure that common people have easy access to regular supply of general medicines for affordable medical treatment of various diseases. Doctors of all the government hospitals should compulsorily prescribe generic medicines to the patients. Chief Minister said that sufficient stock of generic medicine should be made available in Jan Aushadhi Kendra in state. Chief Minister was presiding over the review meeting of Health Department at Mantralaya (Mahanadi Bhavan).
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today chaired review meeting of Family Health Welfare and Medical Education Department at Mantralaya (Mahanadi Bhavan). In the meeting, Chief Minister gave instructions to officials concerned to take precautionary measures in all the cities and villages of state including capital city to prevent spread of seasonal diseases. He said that people should be advised to take all the measures to save themselves from heat stroke.
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh planted saplings in school premise at inaugural function of state-level Shala Pravesh Utsav in Government Higher Secondary School Saragaon. He said that plants give oxygen and help in controlling pollution. Plants and are necessary for life. Dr Singh said that green trees should be planted in school premise so as to develop healthy atmosphere.
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh felicitated two talented children- Devendra Verma and Kumudhini Dheevar at the Shala Pravesh Utsav programme organized in Government Higher Secondary School Saragaon. In the 12th board exam organized by Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education in year 2015-16, student Devendra Verma of this school held first rank and scored 92.8 per cent marks; he scored 100% marks in chemistry subject. Likewise, Kumudini Dheevar got first rank in school with 89.3% marks in 10th board exam. Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh honored both the students with memento.