In view of the admissions and counselling of BAMS, BHMS and D-Pharma, the Vice-Chancellor of Shri Krishna Ayush University, Kurukshetra, Dr. Baldev Kumar has cancelled the holidays of all teaching and non-teaching staff of the university and colleges till October 31

Chandigarh, Oct 11 – In view of the admissions and counselling of BAMS, BHMS and D-Pharma, the Vice-Chancellor of Shri Krishna Ayush University, Kurukshetra, Dr. Baldev Kumar has cancelled the holidays of all teaching and non-teaching staff of the university and colleges till October 31 so that the candidates and their parents may not face any inconvenience during admission process.

While stating this today, Registrar, Dr. Krishan Jatian said that there orders would remain effective till October 31 or completion of admission process. During this period, no principal, officer or employee would be allowed casual leave or station leave.

He said that online registration facility for admissions to BAMS and BHMS has been started on website www.skau.in and webportal hrybamsadmissions.in up to October 15. The merit list would be prepared by October 17 and counselling for first and second phase would be held on October 19 and 20. Apart from this, candidates can apply for admission to regular course of D-Pharma in Shri Krishna Ayurvedic College and Hospital up to October 23. The counselling and interview would be held on October 30. The prospectus for D-Pharma could be obtained by personally visiting the University campus or through post.

He said that admission process has been started in 13 colleges under Shri Krishna Ayush University. For this, National Eligibility Entrance Test qualified candidates can apply. These colleges included Shri Krishna Government Ayurvedic College, Kurukshetra, National College of Ayurveds Barwala, Gangaputra Ayurvedic College Jind, Chaudhary Devi Lal College of Ayurveda Rohtak, MLR Ayurvedic College Charkhi Dadri, Chaudhary Devi Lal College of Ayurveda Jagadhari, Ayujyoti Ayurvedic College Sirsa, LBSM Ayurveda College Yamunanagar, MSM Institute of Ayurveda BPS Khanpur Kalan, J.R.K Homeopathic College Rohtak, Baba Mast Nath Ayurvedic College Asthal Bohar, Faculty of Indian Medical System, Chandu Budhera Gurugram and Dhanwantri Ayurvedic College and Hospital, Chandigarh.

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With a view to doubling the farmers’ income, it is the priority of the Government of India that farmers get better prices of their produce.

Chandigarh, October 11- With a view to doubling the farmers’ income, it is the priority of the Government of India that farmers get better prices of their produce. For this Government has taken historic decisions such as providing 1.5 times more price of the cultivation cost borne by the farmers and providing e-NAM (National Agriculture Market) platform to ensure better prices of their produce.


This was stated by the Chairman of the Committee on Doubling the Farmers Income and CEO of the National Rainfed Area Authority (NRAA), Dr. Ashok Dalwai in World Union of Wholesale Markets Conference in Gurugram today.

He said that two years ago, e-NAM was implemented in the country for farmers to enable them in selling their produce at competitive prices in any of the connected Mandis. This proved to be a success as business of more than Rs 50,000 crore has so far been done through this e-NAM platform. He said that more than 1.19 crore farmers, 1.18 lakh traders, more than 66,000 commission agents and 383 Farmer Producer Organisations of 20 states were connected with e-NAM platform. As many as 585 mandis and 90 commodities have been registered on e-NAM platform, he added.

Appreciating the efforts of Haryana Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Minister, Mr. O.P. Dhankar, Dr. Dalwai said that 54 mandis of Haryana have been linked with e-NAM. With the setting up of e-NAM, single point levy market fee, e-trading and unified license have come into trend, which is valid in all mandis.

CEO, National Center for Cold Chain Development formed by Union Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare, Dr. Pawanexh Kohli said that in order to promote cold storage units in the country, arrangements are being made to simplify rules and grant subsidy. It is the need of hour to have good cold storage to stop wastage of fruits, vegetables and food grains, and to ensure that these products reached to the world market. Apart from this, packaging, labelling and transportation system were also being improved, he added.

Dr. Pawanexh said that by utilising the e-NAM platform, the farmers of Haryana have been able to sell items such as American cotton, bajra, rice, wheat, potato and jaggery at highest prices prevailing in the market.

On this occasion, Vice-Chancellor, Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Science, Hisar, Dr. Gurdial Singh presented mementos to officers of Government of India.

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Setting up of Rail Coach Refurbishing and Rehabilitation Factory in Barhi district Sonepat would provide employment to 10,000 youth of the State.

Chandigarh, October 11: Haryana Health Minister, Mr Anil Vij said that setting up of Rail Coach Refurbishing and Rehabilitation Factory in Barhi district Sonepat would provide employment to 10,000 youth of the State. This factory would be developed over an area of 163 acres.

Mr Vij said that Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi has laid the foundation stone for this RailCoach Refurbishing and Rehabilitation Factory and the construction work would soon be started. He said that the present Government completes all the projects launched by it unlike opposition, which only announces the projects. He said that only announcements do not provide any employment to the youth instead the completion of projects provides employment.

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Information Technology (IT) has an important role in envisaging the concept of inter-market, inter-state market and Inland market which helps in online inspection, inventory and monitoring system.

Chandigarh, October 11- Information Technology (IT) has an important role in envisaging the concept of inter-market, inter-state market and Inland market which helps in online inspection, inventory and monitoring system.

These views were expressed by the Director, World Union of Wholesale Markets (WUWM), Dr J.S Yadav, while speaking in a session with topic- ‘Market Reforms: Experience and Future Challenges’ in World Union of Wholesale Markets Conference in Gurugram today. He said that integrated world market system and strategies could not be made a reality without the efficient use of information technology.

Chief Executive Officer, CONNACA, Mexico, Mr Ramiro Cavazos said that his country has 65 small and big supply markets which cater to the need of whole of Mexico. He said that Mexico imports fruits like grapes, Kiwi and apple and export products of cheese and meat. It also supplies 65 per cent agro fisheries.

Chief Executive Officer, CAR ScpA, Italy, Mr F.M Pallottini said that economic relations are necessary in agriculture markets and no market can progress without these relations.

Expressing his views, Chief Executive Officer, MERCABARNA, Spain Mr. J. Tejedo said that wholesale market would have to adopt digitalisation and Information Technology. He said that during last few years, companies such as Microsoft, Apple and Amazon had captured the market by adopting online system and digitalisation, and became world leaders. He said that in the coming times, artificial intelligence would have to be adopted so that all errors could be resolved automatically. He said that the operators of markets would have to remain prepared for future challenges.

On this occasion, Chief Executive Officer, Johannesburg Market, South Africa, Mr. A. Kanana also shared his experiences.

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Haryana Health Department has decided to organize Walkhathon- A Breast Cancer Awareness Walk on October 12, 2018 at Panchkula.

Chandigarh, October 11: Haryana Health Department has decided to organize Walkhathon- A Breast Cancer Awareness Walk on October 12, 2018 at Panchkula.

While giving details an official spokesman said that Walkhathon would start at 8:30 am from Govt. Girls College, Sector 14, Panchkula and would end at Town Park, Sector 5, Panchkula.

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In Haryana, paddy straw burning cases have reduced considerably during the current paddy harvesting season.

Chandigarh, Oct 11– In Haryana, paddy straw burning cases have reduced considerably during the current paddy harvesting season. Till October 10, 2018, crop had been harvested on 4.01 lakh hectares and there had been arrival of 20 lakh tonnes of paddy in the various mandis of the State. As per satellite data furnished by HARSAC, there had been burning of paddy stubble only at 459 places involving an area of 735 hectares. This was less than one per cent of the total area where harvesting had taken place.

While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that these positive results were the outcome of the massive information and education campaign undertaken by the various Government agencies. The Deputy Commissioners and the Sub Divisional Magistrates were directly involved in the village to village campaign. The State Government had already spent Rs. 98 crore during the current year on provision of subsidy to the farmers for purchase of agriculture implements. As many as 857 Custom Hiring Centres had been established and 2,867 farmers had also been subsidized for purchase of agriculture implements.

The spokesman said that the farmers of Haryana fully understood the adverse impact of paddy straw burning on the environment and had behaved in a responsible manner. It may be noted that paddy is sown on 13 lakh hectares in Haryana, the maximum area being in the districts of Karnal, Kaithal, Jind, Kurukshetra and Fatehabad.

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Haryana Government announced two per cent increase in Dearness Relief (DR) for State Government pensioners and family pensioners on revised pension (7th Pay Commission)

Chandigarh, October 11: Haryana Government announced two per cent increase in Dearness Relief (DR) for State Government pensioners and family pensioners on revised pension (7th Pay Commission) with effect from July 1, 2018, thus raising the DR on the pattern of Central Government employees from existing seven per cent to nine per cent.

Haryana Finance Minister, Capt. Abhimanyu today said that this enhancement would have an additional financial burden of about Rs 92.64 crore on the state exchequer for 8 months from July 2018 to February 2019 in the financial year 2018-19.

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Haryana Government has placed the services of Sudhanshu Gautam, HCS, Joint Director (Admn.) and Deputy Secretary, Information, Public Relations and Languages Department, Haryana and Additional Managing Director, Haryana Tourism Corporation at the disposal of Chandigarh Administration

Chandigarh, October 11 : Haryana Government has placed the services of Sudhanshu Gautam, HCS, Joint Director (Admn.) and Deputy Secretary, Information, Public Relations and Languages Department, Haryana and Additional Managing Director, Haryana Tourism Corporation at the disposal of Chandigarh Administration with immediate effect.

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J.C. Bose (erstwhile YMCA) University of Science and Technology, YMCA Faridabad has announced the schedule for Students’ Elections to form the University Executive Students’ Council for the Academic Year 2018-19

Chandigarh, Oct 11– J.C. Bose (erstwhile YMCA) University of Science and Technology, YMCA Faridabad has announced the schedule for Students’ Elections to form the University Executive Students’ Council for the Academic Year 2018-19 and appointed Dean Student Welfare, Dr. Naresh Chauhan as University Election Officer to ensure smooth conduct of election. The election would be held on October 17, 2018.

The University today adopted the recommendations of the committee headed by Prof. Tankeshwar Kumar, Vice Chancellor of GJUST, Hisar to conduct students’ elections in its Executive Council meeting. It may be noted that the Students’ Elections in the Universities and Colleges of Haryana are being conducted after a gap of 22 years. The University is making all arrangements for the conduct of peaceful, transparent and fair elections.

Congratulating the students on the first election of Students’ Council in the University, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Dinesh Kumar said the students’ election provides an opportunity for students to engage in a structured partnership with University administration for the development and academic growth of the University. It is an opportunity for students to discuss, debate, argue and dialogue over ideas which develops their leadership skills. He urged the students to actively participate in the election process and to follow the code of conduct and guidelines in letter and spirit. He also appealed them to contribute in maintaining a peaceful and academic environment in the campus during the elections.

The University Executive Students’ Council will consist of four office bearers and five members. The posts of Council include one President, one Vice President, one Secretary and one Joint Secretary. The University has reserved the post of Joint Secretary for Girl Candidate to be elected by the way of draw of lottery. The five members of the Students’ Council will be elected from different faculties which include two members from Faculty of Engineering and Technology, one each from Faculty of Humanities and Sciences, Faculty of Management and Faculty of Informatics and Computing. One member of the Students’ Council as SC representative will be nominated by the DSW.

The University has also notified and issued schedule of election. As per the schedule, nominations are invited from eligible students for Class Representatives on October 12, 2018 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for which students can obtain nomination form from the office of their respective Chairpersons and submit it in the same office. The scrutiny of nomination forms would also be done on the same day. The University would display the list of nominated candidates on October 12 at 5 p.m. The objections in respect to the nominations can be filed on October 13, 2018 up to 10 a.m. The nominated candidates would be permitted for withdrawal of candidature up to 12:00 noon on the same day and the final list of candidates would be displayed at 4 p.m. The election of Class Representatives will be conducted in their respective departments on October 17 between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. The counting of votes will be held on the same day and result would be declared at 1 p.m.

After the election of Class Representatives, election of office bearers and members of Executive Committee of the Students’ Council will be held on October 17, 2018 in the Multimedia Centre of the University for which elected Class Representatives can file their nominations for various posts between 2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. After scrutinising nomination forms, the candidates will be given time to withdraw their candidature, if any, and thereafter, list of final candidates will be displayed on the same day at 3:30 pm. The voting will be held between 3:30 pm and 5:30 pm on October 17, 2018. Immediately after completion of polling, the counting will be initiated and result will be declared by 5:45 pm.

While giving further information, Dean Student Welfare, Dr. Naresh Chauhan said that the students, who are willing to contest the election, have to comply with the code of conduct, eligibility criteria and other guidelines and procedures given in the recommendation of the Tankeshwar Committee, which is also available on the University website www.ymcaust.ac.in.

He said that the University has taken a preventive measure to ensure discipline and smooth conduct of election process. The University has imposed complete ban on the entry of outsiders and unauthorized vehicles in the premises. The University has asked the district police administration to deploy sufficient police personnel in the University till the completion of entire election process. Directions have also been issued to ensure the proper functioning of CCTV cameras installed in the University and recording of cameras will also be preserved, he added.

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Vice-Chancellor of Shri Krishna Ayush University, Kurukshetra, Dr. Baldev Kumar has cancelled all kinds of leave of all teaching and non-teaching staff of the university and colleges till October 31

Chandigarh, Oct 11 – In view of the admissions and counselling of BAMS, BHMS and D-Pharma, the Vice-Chancellor of Shri Krishna Ayush University, Kurukshetra, Dr. Baldev Kumar has cancelled all kinds of leave of all teaching and non-teaching staff of the university and colleges till October 31 so that the candidates and their parents may not face any inconvenience during admission process.

While stating this today, Registrar, Dr. Krishan Jatian said that there orders would remain effective till October 31 or completion of admission process. During this period, no principal, officer or employee would be allowed casual leave or station leave.

He said that online registration facility for admissions to BAMS and BHMS has been started on website www.skau.in and webportal hrybamsadmissions.in up to October 15. The merit list would be prepared by October 17 and counselling for first and second phase would be held on October 19 and 20. Apart from this, candidates can apply for admission to regular course of D-Pharma in Shri Krishna Ayurvedic College and Hospital up to October 23. The counselling and interview would be held on October 30. The prospectus for D-Pharma could be obtained by personally visiting the University campus or through post.

He said that admission process has been started in 13 colleges under Shri Krishna Ayush University. For this, National Eligibility Entrance Test qualified candidates can apply. These colleges included Shri Krishna Government Ayurvedic College, Kurukshetra, National College of Ayurveds Barwala, Gangaputra Ayurvedic College Jind, Chaudhary Devi Lal College of Ayurveda Rohtak, MLR Ayurvedic College Charkhi Dadri, Chaudhary Devi Lal College of Ayurveda Jagadhari, Ayujyoti Ayurvedic College Sirsa, LBSM Ayurveda College Yamunanagar, MSM Institute of Ayurveda BPS Khanpur Kalan, J.R.K Homeopathic College Rohtak, Baba Mast Nath Ayurvedic College Asthal Bohar, Faculty of Indian Medical System, Chandu Budhera Gurugram and Dhanwantri Ayurvedic College and Hospital, Chandigarh.