National Eligibility Test (NET) examination of the University Grants Commission (UGC) to be held to determine eligibility for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF)
Chandigarh, December 25 –The National Eligibility Test (NET) examination of the University Grants Commission (UGC) to be held to determine eligibility for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and lectureship will be conducted in two phases at Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra on December 29, 2013 from 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
While stating this today, a spokesman of the University said that Kurukshetra University is one of the selected centres for conducting NET
Examination in the State. As many as 36 examination centres have been set up in the campus of the University for 11,325 candidates appearing in 45 subjects. He said that these examination centres have been set up in the University, Dayanand Women College, Kurukshetra, nearby Engineering Institutes and nearby colleges affiliated to Kurukshetra University. All the necessary arrangements regarding the examination have been made, he added.
He said that the candidates could also check their examination centre, roll number and sitting plan on the website of the university www.kuk.ac.in. The pattern of OMR sheet of paper 1, 2 and 3 and general instructions for candidates are also available on the website. He said that roll numbers of those candidates have also been uploaded on the website who have not submitted hard copy of their application form in the university. Such candidates would have to bring two copies of their admit card and submit one copy to the examination supervisor otherwise the candidate would not be allowed to sit in the examination, he added.
The Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam and Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam have directed their sub divisional officers and executive engineers in operation wings to remain present in their respective offices from 9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon daily
Chandigarh, Dec.25- The Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam and Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam have directed their sub divisional officers and executive engineers in operation wings to remain present in their respective offices from 9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon daily on working days to ensure prompt redressel of consumer complaints, particularly relating to billing and commercial issues.
The Managing Director, Anurag Agarwal said here today that the management has observed that the complaints of consumers relating to billing have increased now a days. In view to redress the complaints of consumers the Discoms have issued such directives to the officers in field. The officers have been asked to pay more attention towards the complaints of billing and commercial issues and satisfy each complainant consumer by hearing him patiently.
He said that the consumers from all over Haryana can lodge their complaints at Call Centres through toll free telephone number 18001801615 round the clock every day. The complaints relating to billing received at Call Centre will be put in the computerized grievance redressal system (CGRS) of the Discoms. where complaints are redressed in time bound manner. The consumers may register their complaints on CGRS on line by gtoing to the websites of Discoms i.e. www.uhbvn.com or www.dhbvn.com
Mr Agarwal said that in case the consumers are not satisfied they may lodge their complaints directly in the office of the managing director
through telephone number 0172-3019173 for UHBVN and 01662-221527 for the DHBVN.
He said that in case of wrong meter reading strict departmental action will be taken against the meter reader.
YEAR ENDER VIGILANCE - 2013
CHANDIGARH, Dec 25- The registration of 107 investigations by the Haryana State Vigilance Bureau has brought the conduct of two IAS, one IPS, six HCS officers and some other senior officers under its scrutiny during the said period. The complaints against them are of corruption, misappropriation of Government funds and owning disproportionate assets.
Other such officers included one Superintending Engineer, eight Xens, three Tehsildar, five Sub Divisional Officers and 78 other officials of different departments.
As many as 132 investigations finalised by the Bureau sofar during this year. On the basis of these inquires It has recommended the registration of 24 criminal cases against 26 Gazetted Officers, 22 non-gazetted officers and 28 other officials. Departmental action has been recommended in 57 enquiries against delinquent officials so far during the current year.
As many as 31 cases have been decided by various Courts in which 35 officers or officials and six other individuals have been convicted under various sections of Prevention of Corruption Act in the cases filed by State Vigilance Bureau.He said that during the same period, 157 criminal cases have been registered against various officials. Also, the State Vigilance Bureau conducted 133 raids in which 23 Gazetted Officers, 160 non Gazetted officers and 10 other persons were caught red-handed while accepting illegal gratification. Criminal cases have been registered against them under section 7/13 of Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 at different Police Stations of this Bureau.
During the same period, 79 assessments were carried out by special technical wing of the Bureau throughout the State. On the basis of these checking, it has recommended action against 103 officers and officials of various departments along with a recovery of Rs. 2,42,63,856, which has acted as a major deterrent against misutilisation of government funds. During the special checking by Roadways Wing, a total of 994 buses were checked and 1115 passengers were found travelling without tickets. A penalty of Rs. 2,88,167 was realized from them. Also, 1064 vehicles including private buses and Maxi Cabs have been challaned for violating Government rules and regulations and 201 vehicles have also been impounded for not having valid documents.
Hooda today visited the members of the bereaved family of martyr Subedar Kanwar Pal Singh Raghav, at village Bhondsi near Gurgaon, to console them as Kanwar Pal Singh Raghav
Chandigarh, December 25- Haryana Chief Minister Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda today visited the members of the bereaved family of martyr Subedar Kanwar Pal Singh Raghav, at village Bhondsi near Gurgaon, to console them as Kanwar Pal Singh Raghav was killed in a terrorist attack on December 19. The martyr, who was a member of Army Medical Corps 8 Raj Rifles, was on United Nations Peace Keeping Mission in South Sudan.
The mortal remains of martyr Subedar Kanwar Pal Singh Raghav were flown to India and were consigned to flames on Monday last in his native village.
While expressing his condolences, Mr Hooda assured his father Kanhiya Singh Raghav not to worry as the government is with them in this hour of distress and grief. He announced that the Government Senior Secondary School of village Bhondsi would be named after the martyr Subedar Kanwar Pal Singh Raghav. He said that his family will be given all benefits under the policy of the state government for martyrs. He also assured that Anjali, daughter of the martyr would be provided job according to her qualifications. At present, Anjali is doing B.Sc. final year in Meerut.
Mr Hooda blessed Kunal, son of the martyr and asked him to work hard to fulfill the dreams of his late father. He consoled Martyr’s father Kanhiya Singh Raghav, mother Mrs.Moorti Devi and wife Mrs Asnee Lata.
Haryana Transport Minister Aftab Ahmed, MLA Rao Dharampal, Congress spokesman Jitender Bhardwaj, Commissioner of Police Alok Mittal, Deputy Commissioner Shekhar Vidyarthi and a number of dignitaries were also present on the occasion.
Vice president of India M. Hamid Ansari will deliver Ch. Ranbir Singh Centenary Memorial Lecture at Tagore Auditorium of Maharshi Dayanand University,Rohtak on December 26.
Chandigarh Dec. 25. Vice president of India M. Hamid Ansari will deliver Ch. Ranbir Singh Centenary Memorial Lecture at Tagore Auditorium of Maharshi Dayanand University,Rohtak on December 26. He will also release three volumes of the book entitled as ‘Rajya Sabha Mein Chaudhary Ranbir Singh’.
While stating this today, Vice Chancellor of Maharshi Dayanand University(MDU) Mr H.S. Chahal said that Governor and Chancellor, MDU, Mr Jagannath Pahadia and Chief Minister Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda will be Guest of Honour.
104 youth of Haryana have sofar been provided employment opportunities in various trades with the help of Haryana Overseas Placement Bureau.
Chandigarh, December 25 – As many as 104 youth of Haryana have sofar been provided employment opportunities in various trades with the help of Haryana Overseas Placement Bureau. Also,103 applicants have been sent abroad to get education.
While giving this information today, a spokesman of HaryanaEmployment Department said that apart from this, 10,335 people have been given corrective guidance .
He said that budget of Employment Department for the year 2013-14 was increased to over Rs. 77.34 crore as against Rs. 16.6 crore in the year 2004-2005.
He said that Haryana government had increased the unemployment allowances for the youth in the state. The male applicants having 10 plus two or higher qualifications without science are given an unemployment allowance at a rate of Rs. 500 per month. Similarly, male applicants who have passed 10 plus two or have higher qualification with science subject are given unemployment allowance at a rate of Rs. 750 per month, female applicants having similar qualifications are given Rs. 900 per month. Male applicants who are graduate and have higher qualifications without science get Rs. 750 per month, male applicants who are graduate and possess higher qualification with science are getting Rs. 1000 per month and female applicants with similar qualification are paid monthly allowance of Rs. 1500.
He said that the Employment Department has set up private placement cells at Yamunanagar, Rohtak, Hissar, Gurgaon, Ambala, Panipat, Sonipat, Bahadurgarh, and Faridabad. . Similarly, 21 career guidance centres have been set up in the state for providing counseling to the applicants to enable them to choose their profession according of their interest and qualification, he added.