Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Sunil Kumar Kujur convened a meeting of nationally recognised political parties on Thursday to have deliberations ahead of Lok Sabha election. Representatives of BJP, Congress, Communist Party of India and Communist Party of India (Marxist) participated in the meeting. CEO Kujur informed the political parties about the scheduled special camp on March 9 when Booth Level Officers across state would display electoral rolls, deleted names and also have form VI for new enrollment into voter's list.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh called an emergency meeting at Mantralaya (Mahanadi Bhavan) in Naya Raipur today and deliberated upon the relief measures to be taken for farmers and villagers in the wake of problems caused by the unseasonable rains in state. Chief Minister issued necessary instructions to the officials concerned for proper storage of paddy stock in procurement centers and warehouses of cooperative societies. Dr. Singh expressed grave concern over the loss of Rabi crops incurred by farmers due to the natural calamity.
Shaastrarth-2014 International Conference By Rungta College :-
National Workshop on Film Making "Women issues and Media" by KTUJM :-
In this occasion of International women's day the Department of Electronic Media decides to organize a National Workshop on Film Making with special reference to "Women issues and Media", During the workshop the department also conducts Film Festival and film competition concurrently. In the workshop the mass media student under go through various aspects of film making and appreciation.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that in today's world, mass marriage ceremony is a far better alternative to the expensive and luxurious weddings. Mass marriage ceremonies save poor families from unnecessary financial burden. Keeping all its advantages in view, Chhattisgarh Government has initiated Mukhyamantri Kanyadaan Yojana to support poor families in getting their daughters married. This scheme is being successfully operated since last nine years.
At the conference hall of Raj Bhavan, Governor Shekhar Dutt had a look on the literary materials, reports, bulletins and photographs based on the lives of various tribal groups of Madhya Pradesh, published by Tribal Caste Research and Development Institute Bhopal and Vanya Publications. Governor Dutt appreciated the publications on Kamaar tribe, Bastar Dussehra, Pandwani, Gaud, Baiga etc compiled before the formation of Chhattisgarh in undivided Madhya Pradesh. He insisted on re-compiling and publishing of such materials as per the present scenario.
After assuming Chief Secretary charge, Vivek Dhand conveyed his maiden meeting with district commissioners and district collectors giving instruction to conduct survey of the crops loss following unseasoned rains in the State at war footing way. it may mentioned that State witnessed unseasoned rains along with hail storm past three days, which has resulted into heavy damage of standing Rabi crops.
The Chhattisgarh Cabinet gave a touching farewell to Sunil Kumar, IAS Chief Secretary, who retired on Friday after completing an illustrious career. The cabinet also gave a rousing welcome to newly-appointed Chief Secretary Vivek Dhand, who took his charge on Friday as the new Chief Secretary of Chhattisgarh. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh termed the illustrious career of Sunil Kumar as Chief Secretary as highly significant and memorable.
As a result of persistent efforts to provide electricity supply to all the villages and houses of state, nearly 19 lakh houses have been illuminated with electricity connection over a period of last one decade. Including the aforementioned households, the number of LT connection-holder families has increased from 20 lakh to 39 lakh. Moreover, in the same period of time, the number of electricity consumers of BPL category has also increased by 8.5 lakh i.e. Chief Minister Dr.