Positive attitude, creative thinking, hardwork, harmony and brotherhood of the people in the State proves the significance of the very conception -Sable Badhiya Chhattisgarhiya," said Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh adding he belives that the passion for striving ahead will take the State to new heights of achievement. The 67th Independence Day came as a boon for people of the State particularly the farmers, government employees, panchayat employees, Kotwars, etc as the Chief Minister announced many sops for them on the backdrop of forthcoming Assembly elections.
Photo Exhibition based on the various schemes operated by state government that has been organized by Public Relations Department at town hall in Raipur, is drawing the attention of people towards the rural development journey that has been captured through lenses and showcased there. Especially the ladies of Raipur city, who had a passing look on the photos displayed at the exhibition, seemed quite impressed by the progress of rural women of state.
Various announcements by Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh in public interest at the state-level Independence Day celebrations programme organized in capital city, have been more than welcomed by the every section of society. Senior leaders of Chhattisgarh State Employee Association namely Virendra Namdeo, Pooran Singh Patel, Rajesh Kohli, AK Chelak, BR Rawat, PK Pandey, Usha Jha, Vinita Soni, and Urmila Shukla and other office-bearers of the association have thanked Chief Minister and welcomed his decision of increasing retirement age to 62 years. Leaders of the association said that Dr.
Chairman of Chhattisgarh Grade-III Government Employees Association, State General Secretary Chandrashekhar Tiwari and Patron Narendra Singh Chandrakar have thanked Chief Minister for his announcements in larger interest of employees on the occasion of Independence Day yesterday. Leaders of Employees Associations said that in last nine and a half year, Chhattisgarh Government has taken various important decisions for welfare of lakhs of state employees.
The three-day patriotic programme christened 'Tare Zameen Par' got off to a glittering start at Indoor Stadium here on Tuesday. The programme includes painting, rangoli and group Dance. State Culture and School Education Minister Brijmohan Agrawal, addressing the inaugural programme of the event, exhorted school students to keep the unity and integrity of the nation intact and for this they should prepare themselves to take the challenge ahead of them.
First Rural Multinational Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Call Centre of Chhattisgarh has been inaugurated at District Headquarters Kanker. This call centre has become a source of employment for educated youths of rural areas in Kanker district. Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh inaugurated this call centre on August 7, and said that this is the first rural call centre of state that will provide more employment opportunities to the educated youngsters belonging to the rural areas of the district. It is noteworthy that a BPO call centre has also been established at capital city Raipur.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will inaugurate State Data Centre Building of State Government's Information Technology and Bio-technology Department in Civil Lines, Raipur on August 14. Secretary of Information Technology and Bio-technology Department Aman Kumar Singh informed today that State Data Centre has been constructed under National E-Governance Scheme for collection of Chhattisgarh's entire integrated data. State Government provided additional amount of Rs. 7 crore for construction of this data centre.
Dr. B R Ambedkar Industrialist Traders and Entrepreneurs (BRITE) Association organised a daylog workshop here at Hotel Babylon Internation on Sunday. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh graced the occasion as chief guest and Commerce and Industry Minister Rajesh Munat presided over the programme.