Under the chairmanship of Technical Education and Manpower Planning Minister Ramvichaar Netam, officials of State Government and Fun-first Company, Mumbai signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) at Mantralaya (Mahanadi Bhavan) today. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of State Skill Development Mission and Director, Technical Education Department Santosh Mishra signed the MoU on behalf of state Government, and from Fun-first Company, CEO Amit Gupta signed the MoU. Fun-first Company of Mumbai has made a flat channel display TV Training Programme for the first time.
"Dedicated efforts with humanitarian approach are required for industrial health and safety in state" said Labour Minister Chandrashekhar Sahu while addressing a day-long state-level workshop on 'Silicosis and Industrial Safety' organized today at New Circuit House under the joint aegis of Labour Department and Directorate of Industrial Health and Safety. In his address to the workshop, Labour Minister also mentioned about Mukhyamantri Helmet Suraksha Yojana, saying that these small yet important safety measures should be taken seriously in order to ensure security of industrial labourers.
Chhattisgarh has witnessed steep decline in the infant mortality rate (IMR) and Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR), as a result of better implementation of Health and Family Welfare Programmes and Aanganbadi services by State Government. As per the Sample Registration System (SRS) Bulletin of year 2012 issued by Census Commissioner, Union Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi, Chhattisgarh is among the top three states of the country to have recorded significant decrease in infant mortality rate (per 1000 live births).
For Maintaining the unity and integrity of the country besides fighting against terrorism and other national security threats, Director General of Police (DGP) Ram Niwas administered oath to the police department officials and employees on the Anti Terrorism Day at the Police Head Quarters (PHQ).
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has said that the public health security programme of Chhattisgarh will too become a role model for the country alike State's food security programme. Chhattisgarh Government is making continuous efforts in a planned way for health security and the Government will provide this security to each citizen of the state, said the Chief Minister while addressing a programme that was organized b Indian Medical Association (IMA) in the state capital. State School Education Minister Brijmohan Agrawal presided over programme.
In what could be termed as major initiative by the State Government, Chief Secretary Sunil Kumar has directed formation of the State to survey the presence of child and bonded labours as also help their rehabilitation. He directed for special initiatives of proper rehabilitation of these rescued child and bonded laboures.
The Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE) would distribute Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination 2013 mark sheets on may 22. The mark sheet can be collected from the CGBSE offices at Raipur and Bilaspur on the aforesaid sate, said officials of the CGBSE on Monday. Principals or their representatives can visit the CGBSE offices on the above-mentioned date and obtain the mark sheets of their respective students.
Welfare oriented programmes of Chhattisgarh Government led by Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh have brought positive change to a great extent in people of all sections of the society. This has been observed by the Sant Asang Saheb, the Chief Saint of Mustafabad, Uttar Pradesh based Kabirdham, during tour of the State.
Art and craft is one of the best mediums to get linked with the nature besides under standing it deeply. In each of the artifact prepared by an artist innovation can be seen and innovation and reformation is the natural process, said Culture Minister Brijmohan Agrawal while addressing the valedictory function of a twenty-day workshop 'Aakar 2013' organised by the State Culture Department at Mahant Ghasidas Museum.
Complying with the announcement of Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh and the decision taken by the cabinet members, Panchayat and Rural Development Department has officially issued the orders for revising the pay-scale of Teachers (Panchayat) i.e. the Shikshakarmis of state who have completed eight years of service.