The Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE) has recorded only 1.28 percent growth in its class 10th results which were declared on Thursday. A total of 432363 students were enrolled for the examination, conducted by the CGBSE between March 1 and 30, 2013, of which 424744 students cleared the examination. School Examination Minister Brijmohan Agrawal on Thursday announced that the students failed to clear the examination can go for the Open School Examination which is being introduced for the first time in the State.
School Education Minister Brijmohan Agrawal said that schools should become the center to making good citizen rather than a center for issuing merely certificates. He, while speaking at the ceremony organised at Salem English Medium School for issuing the advance grants and reimbursement to private schools, also distributed Rs 5 crore among 301 private school in eight education districts.
In a view to stop water logging in Saddu and Daldal-Seoni during the approaching monsoon season, Mayor Dr. Kiran Mayee Nayak convened a meeting of higher officials of Public Works Department and Chhattisgarh Housing Board on Tuesday. The Mayor has expressed her concern over the graving issue causing hindrance to the residence of above mentioned areas.
State Agriculture Produce Commissioner Ajay Singh on Tuesday directed the agriculture and allied departments tc make special work plan for promoting milk production in the ponds and reservoirs as per the guidelines of the Government of India through Agriculture Technology Management Agency (ATMA). Singh while presiding over a State level inter-department working committee meeting gave this directive and he also reviewed the tasks accomplished under Extension Reforms (ATMA) in the financial year 2012-13.
State Tourism and Culture Minister Brijmohan Agrawal paying obeisance to a Jin saint during the ongoing three-day 'Kaivalya Mahotsav'. Agrawal participated in the three-day long programme and seeked blessings from the Jain Saints.
Governor Shekhar Dutt has expressed grief over the deaths that occurred following the road accident in Patiyakona village in Jashpur District. he prayed for the peace of the departed soul and consoled the family members of the deceased people. Chief Minister also has condoled the accident incident and prayed for the peace of the departed soul.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh, on Monday, released a special issue on Mahatma Gandhi's visit to Chhattisgarh titled 'Chhattisgarh Mein Devta Bankar Aaye Gandhi' published by a magazine 'Agasadiya'. Dr. Singh, on this occasion, expressed happiness on the publication and congratulated the entire editorial team. Sant Pawan Diwan, Magazine Editor Dr. Pardeshi Ram Verma, President of Lokmaya Sanskriti Sanstha Mahesh Verma and Secretary Rajendra Sahu were present on this occasion.
The auspicious day of Akshay Tritya was celebrated with full fervor and enthusiasm all over the State capital as people thronged at the temples to offer their prayers besides giving alms to downtrodden followed with marriage of 'Putla Putli' (Dolls) organised in play form by children following the age long tradition. A mass marriage was organised at Salem English Medium School, Motibag by the State Women and Child Development Department, in which 51 couples from Raipur, Tilda, Dharsiwa tied knots and began their new life.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has expressed his best wishes to the people of the State for auspicious occasion of Akshay Tritiya. Dr. Singh focused in his message that this festival is associated with the life of farmers going by the agriculture dominated old Indian culture.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh on the occasion of Akshay Tritiya released the Hindi translated version of a book titled 'Bharat Kya Hai' here at his residence on Sunday. It is worth mentioning that the book comprises of a collection of thoughts of world renowned scholars on India on India that have been synchronized by Salil Gyawali of Meghalaya.