Transfer or posting orders of 19 IAS and one HCS officers

Chandigarh, December 6 - Haryana Government has issued transfer or posting orders of 19 IAS and one HCS officers, with immediate effect.

Varinder Singh Kundu, Additional Chief Secretary (ACS), Science and Technology Department has been posted ACS, Printing and Stationary Department.

Pranab Kishore Das, ACS, Power Department has been posted ACS, School Education Department and Mines and Geology Department.

Dheera Khandelwal, ACS, School Education, Art and Cultural Affairs, Archives, Archaeology, and Museums Departments has been posted as ACS, Art and Cultural Affairs, Archives, Archaeology, and Museums Departments. Apart from this, she will also be ACS, Environment and Climate Change Department relieving Devender Singh of the said charge.

Devender Singh, ACS, Civil Aviation, Environment and Climate Change and Industries and Commerce Departments has been posted ACS, Civil Aviation, and Industries and Commerce Departments. Apart from this, he will also be ACS, Skill Development and Industrial Training Department.

Trilok Chand Gupta, ACS, Skill Development and Industrial Training and Employment Departments, Works related to implementation of CM announcements and ACS, Administrative Reforms Department and Member Secretary, Haryana Governance Reforms Authority has been posted ACS, Power Department vice Pranab Kishore Das. He will also be ACS, Employment Department, Works related to implementation of C.M. announcements and ACS, Administrative Reforms and Member Secretary, Haryana Governance Reforms Authority.

Amit Jha, ACS, Medical Education and Research Department and Advisor, Haryana Saraswati Heritage Board has been given additional charge of ACS, Science and Technology Department.

Rajeev Arora, ACS, Public Health and Engineering Department, Chief Resident Commissioner, Haryana Bhawan, New Delhi and ACS, Health and Family Welfare has been posted Chief Resident Commissioner, Haryana Bhawan, New Delhi and ACS, Health and Family Welfare Department.

Anand Mohan Sharan, Principal Secretary (PS), Urban Local Bodies Department has been given additional charge of PS, Public Health and Engineering Department relieving Rajeev Arora of the said charge.

Vineet Garg, Managing Director, Haryana Power Generation Corporation Ltd. and Commissioner, Hisar Division, Hisar (Designate) has been posted Managing Director, Haryana Power Generation Corporation Ltd. and Commissioner, Karnal Division, Karnal relieving Pankaj Yadav of the said charge.

D. Suresh, Commissioner, Gurugram Division, Gurugram has been posted Chief Administrator, Haryana Shaheri Vikas Pradhikaran vice J. Ganesan.

Pankaj Yadav, Commissioner, Karnal Division, Karnal and Director General and Secretary, Archives Department has been posted Commissioner, Rohtak Division, Rohtak relieving Anurag Agarwal of the said charge. He will also be Commissioner, Hisar Division, Hisar relieving Vineet Garg of the said charge.

Nitin Kumar Yadav, Secretary, Personnel, Training, Vigilance and Parliamentary Affairs Department and Director Training (Ex-officio) has been given additional charge of Inquiry Officer Vigilance.

Mohammed Shayin, Managing Director, Haryana Dairy Development Cooperative Federation Ltd., Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Faridabad and Chief Executive Officer, Smart City Faridabad has been posted Commissioner, Gurugram Division, Gurugram, vice D. Suresh.

Jagdeep Singh, Registrar, Cooperative Societies has been posted Special Secretary, Finance Department relieving Bhupinder Singh of the said charge.

J. Ganesan, Chief Administrator, Haryana Shaheri Vikas Pradhikaran has been posted Chief Administrator, Haryana State Agricultural Marketing Board relieving Hardeep Singh of the said charge.

Atul Kumar, Deputy Commissioner, Faridabad has been given additional charge of Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Faridabad relieving Mohammed Shayin of the said charge.

Rajiv Rattan, Special Secretary, Home-II Department and Commissioner, Gurudwara Elections and Additional Excise and Taxation Commissioner (Designate) has been posted Special Secretary, Home-II Department and Commissioner, Gurudwara Elections. He will also be Director and Special Secretary, Science and Technology Department relieving Ashok Kumar Meena of the said charge.

Anish Yadav, CEO, Zila Parishad, Kurukshetra and ADC-cum-CEO, DRDA, Kurukshetra and Secretary, RTA, Kurukshetra has been given additional charge of Additional Excise and Taxation Commissioner, against a vacant post.

Yashendra Singh, Special Secretary, Chief Minister’s Secretariat and Additional Director (Admn.) and Special Secretary, Information, Public Relations and Languages Department has been given additional charge of Registrar, Cooperative Societies.

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Haryana Police has arrested the mastermind behind the loot of Rs 20 lakh from a person in district Sirsa on November 26.
Chandigarh, Dec 6 – Haryana Police has arrested the mastermind behind the loot of Rs 20 lakh from a person in district Sirsa on November 26. Police has also recovered Rs 5.04 lakh looted amount from him.

While stating this here today, a spokesman of Police Department said that the accused was identified as Sunil, a resident of Rangri Khera. Based on a tip-off, accused was arrested by a team of Crime Investigation Agency, Sirsa from Dabwali area.

Two accused have already been arrested in this connection and Rs 4.20 lakh have been recovered from them.

The loot was committed by motorcycle borne youth on November 26, when Avinash, Accountant of a firm owned by Anupam Singla had went towards Sirsa town from State Bank of India’s street alongwith Rs20 lakh.

Police would seek remand of mastermind Sunil by producing him in the Court so that remaining looted amount could also be recovered.

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Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE)

Chandigarh, December 6-Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE) is giving one final chance to those 200 candidates who were unable to get their fingerprints matched at examination centre for Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test December (HTET)-2017, to appear for the completion of process at Board headquarters, Bhiwani on December 15 and 16, 2018 .

While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Board said that all such candidates who appeared in HTET (December)-2017 but their fingerprints verification process was not complete was called through SMS, registered letter and phone to appear for the verification purpose at centres set up in all the districts on February 23, 2018, he added.

The board had also given the opportunity of aadhar based biometric identification of such candidates at board headquarters on February 24 and 25, 2018 from March 10 to 15, April 15 and 16, from May 25 to 28 and from October 17-21, 2018. The list of such 200 candidates is available on the official website of the Board http://www.bseh.org.in/.

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Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal has extended greetings to the people of the state on the occasion of Armed Forces Flag Day

Chandigarh, December 6- Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal has extended greetings to the people of the state on the occasion of Armed Forces Flag Day and also urged them to generously donate towards the Flag as the same amount is used for the welfare of brave soldiers of the country.

The Chief Minister said that December 7 is celebrated as Armed Forces Flag Day across the country. This day is observed to recall and show respect to the supreme sacrifices made by the soldiers for the sake of the country. “It is an important occasion to express our gratitude to the martyrs and show solidarity with Armed Forces,” he added.

He said, “We cannot pay back the kind of sacrifices and services rendered by our soldiers, but giving them respect and providing them with better facilities, we can do our duty.” He said that the money collected by distributing flags on Armed Forces Flag Day is used for the rehabilitation of families of soldiers martyred in wars, serving soldiers and ex-servicemen and welfare of their dependents.

The Chief Minister also appealed to the people of the state to generously donate to the Flag.

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Haryana Higher Education Department would organise a three-day workshop on ‘Online Budgeting, Tendering and Financial Control’ at Divisional Training Centre HIPA, Hisar from December 17 to 19, 2018.

Chandigarh, Dec 6 – Haryana Higher Education Department would organise a three-day workshop on ‘Online Budgeting, Tendering and Financial Control’ at Divisional Training Centre HIPA, Hisar from December 17 to 19, 2018.

While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said that in view of the difficulties being faced by officers and officials in online budgeting, tendering and financial control, the workshop is being organised for all government colleges in the districts Fatehabad, Sirsa, Bhiwani, Jind, Meham and Hansi.

In this connection, the Principals of all government colleges of the said districts have been directed to send the nominations of interested officers and officials to HIPA Gurugram under intimation to the office of Director General, Higher Education by email.

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ARRIVAL OF PADDY

Chandigarh, December 6 : In Haryana, more than 71.27 lakh metric tonnes (MTs) of Paddy has arrived so far in mandis.

While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department said that out of the total arrival, government procuring agencies have procured over 58.04 lakh metric tonnes whereas over 13.22 lakh metric tonnes of paddy is purchased by millers and dealers.

He said that more than 32.25 lakh MT of paddy have been purchased by the Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department, over 17.75 lakh MT by Hafed, over 7.85 lakh MT by the Haryana Warehousing Corporation and 17,744 MT by the Food Corporation of India.

Giving details of arrival in mandis of different districts, the spokesman said that out of the total arrival, the maximum quantity of paddy has arrived in Karnal which is over 15.21 lakh MT followed by Kurukshetra over 11.63 lakh MT. Similarly, over 8.24 lakh MT paddy has arrived in mandis of Kaithal, over 7.91 lakh MT in Fatehabad, over 7.74 lakh MT in Ambala, over 6.33 lakh MT in Yamunanagar, over 4.64 lakh MT in Jind, over 2.94 lakh MT in Sirsa, over 2.13 lakh MT each in Panipat, over 1.44 lakh MT in Panchkula, over 1.44 lakh MT in Hisar, over 48,093 MT in Faridabad, over 43,420 MT in Sonipat, 32,766 MT in Jhajjar, 11,957 MT in Rohtak, 10,180 MT in Palwal and over 9,824 MT in Mewat.