Odisha govt keen to bring tribal districts on par with developed districts

Odisha’s chief minister Naveen Patnaik said on Wednesday that the State government is keen to bring tribal districts on par with other developed districts in Odisha.

Addressing a gathering at Bhangabari in Bhawanipatna, Patnaik said the government is sincerely working for the development of the back ward regions and deprived class in the State. “We have launched a series of developmental programmes and schemes for these regions and appealed the Centre for special funding for tribal pockets,” he said.

Pattnaik laid foundation stone for the Government Medical College at Bhangabari in Bhawanipatna besides several other projects in Kalahandi district. He expressed his pleasure on Vedanta foundation extending financial support for setting up the infrastructure for the Medical College. The work is expected to be completed by 2018.

The chief minister also inaugurated augmentation of water supply from Hati River to Bhawanipatna which would benefit a population of 80,000, 33 KV Grid Substation near Kusa Dangri of Bhawanipatna, additional work shop of government-run IIT at Bhawanipatna, three mini stadiums at Kesinga, Dasigaon of Junagarh block and Utkella of Kesinga block.

He also inaugurated two hostels at Parmanandpur and Kusurla aimed at providing vocational training to the girls and laid foundation stone for 300-seat boys’ and girls’ hostel building of Bhawanipatna (Autonomous) College, new town hall of Bhawanipatna along with 26 lift irrigation projects in Narla, Madanpur Rampur and Karlamunda blocks.

Pattnaik also flagged off mobile health unit and innovative auto-rickshaw ambulances.

The chief minister was accompanied by finance minister Pradip Kumar Amat, urban development minister Puspendra Singh Deo, Loksabha MP Arka Kesari Deo and all MLAs of the district.

Earlier today a massive congregation of Self Help Groups (SHGs) of the district was held at Bhangabari before the arrival of the chief minister.

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Women dismantle roof for mother’s funeral in Kalahandi

four-doughter-carrying-mother-funeralThe Kalahandi district, which was in the news recently when a tribal man carried his wife’s dead body for kilometres for want of transport, has hit the headlines again for the wrong reason.

With nobody coming forward to lend a helping hand, four daughters were forced to carry the body of their mother on their head to cremation ground in the Dokripada village of the district’s Golamunda block on Saturday. According reports from the district, Kanak Satpathy, a 75-year-old woman, died after prolonged illness on Friday night.

Following the death, four of her daughters pleaded with their neighbours to help them in performing their mother’s last rites, but to no avail.

After waiting for hours, when the daughters saw no help forthcoming, they placed the body of their mother on a woven cot and started marching towards the cremation ground.

With no wood for the funeral pyre, they dismantled the roof of their house for the wood required for the cremation.

Of the four daughters, two are widows and two have been deserted by their husbands. As they did not have any source of living, they begged for food in order to survive.

Railway conduct mock drill at lapanga

railway mock drillIn a bid to check preparedness of railway staff in case of train accidents, a mock drill exercise was conducted by Sambalpur Railway Division at Lapanga Railway Stationon Friday.

Various rescue, fire fighting and passenger techniques were demonstrated in the drill to prevent loss of life during railway accidents. The drill was carried out with participation of Police, ODRAF, NDRF, local hospitals and NGOs.

Besides, the fire personnel also demonstrated the various modes of rescue operations during fire accidents.

 

Army Open Bharti / Rally Registration for Soldier Posts

An Indian Army Recruitment Rally under the aegis of Headquarters Recruiting Zone, Kolkata will be conducted by Army Recruiting Office, Sambalpur from 17.10.2016 to 23.10.2016 at VSS Stadium, Sambalpur to enroll eligible candidates into the Indian Army from districts of Odisha ie, Angul, Balangir, Bargarh, Deogarh, Dhenkanal, Jharsugura, Keonjhar, Sambalpur, Subarnapur & Sundargarh. Candidates can apply online using below given link from 02.09.2016 to 01.10.2016. Other Detail like age, qualification, dates, etc. is given below.
State Name: Odisha
Districts Covered: Angul, Balangir, Bargarh, Deogarh, Dhenkanal, Jharsugura, Keonjhar, Sambalpur, Subarnapur & Sundargarh
Cat. being Screened: Soldier {General Duty, Clerk/ Storekeeper, Technical, Nursing Assistant, Tech Dresser (RVC), Tech (Avn & Amn Examiner), Tradesman}
Open Rally Dates: 17.10.2016 to 23.10.2016
Online Registration Dates: 02.09.2016 to 01.10.2016
Open Rally Place: VSS Stadium, Sambalpur

Qualification:

For Soldier General Duty: SSLC/ Matric (10th) with 45% marks in aggregate and 33% in each subject. No percentage required for higher qualification i.e. Intermediate (12th) and above.
For Soldier Technical: Intermediate (12th) pass with Physics, Chemistry, Maths and English with 45% marks in aggregate OR 10th Class pass with min 50% marks in aggregate and 3 years Diploma in Engineering.

For Soldier Clerk/ Store Keeper Technical: Intermediate (12th) pass in any stream. Should have secured 40% marks in each subject and 50% in aggregate in Class XII. Should have studied English and Maths/ Accounts/ Book Keeping in Class XII or Class X. Should have secured min 40% marks in each of these subject, whether in Class XII or Class X. If a candidate is a graduate with Maths/ Accounts/ Book Keeping and English (even elective) as one of the subjects, the stipulation of scoring 40% marks in Maths/ English in Class XII or Class X and scoring 50% marks in aggregate in Class XII is waived off.

For Soldier (Nursing Assistant & Tech Dresser): Intermediate (12th) pass with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English with 50% marks in aggregate and 40% in each subject. In case the candidate has a B.Sc. Degree with (Botany/ Zoology/ Bio-Science) and English, the stipulation of percentage in Class-XII is waived off.
For Soldier Tech (Avn & Amn Examiner): Intermediate (12th) pass with Physics, Chemistry, Maths and English with min 50% marks in aggregate and min 40% in each subject OR Three years Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical/ Electrical/ Automobiles/ Computer Sc. and Electronic & Instrumentation).
For Soldier Tradesmen: SSLC/ Matric (10th) (Except Syce, Mess Keeper and House Keeper — who may be 8th pass).
Age Limit:
For Soldier General Duty: Born not earlier than 01.10.1995 and not later than 01.04.1999.
For Other Posts: Born not earlier than 01.10.1993 and not later than 01.04 achat viagra non generique.1999.

 

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