Jagdalpur. Members of 'All Bastar Unemployed Youth Forum' handed over a memorandum to the Divisional Commissioner Durgesh Chandra Mishra and demanded concession in application fees of a recruitment examination for the post of Assistant Development Extension Officer, going to be conducted by Chhattisgarh Professional Examination Board soon.
The members of the forum told that the examination fee for the above examination for applicants belonging to the General and OBC is Rs. 700 and for those belonging to the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe, it is Rs. 500. The requested that there should be concession. A letter to this effect has also been sent to the President of Chhattisgarh Professional Examination Board. On this occasion Sushil Mourya, Ajai Bisai, Neeraj Dewangan, Rakesh Pomal, Anurag, Rajman, Narendra, Mahesh, Raju Sulo, Pravin Ramkrishna, Sudesh Pallav, Bhagwat Raju, Vijay Kumar Kishan, Minesh and other workers of the above forum were present.
Durgukondal. A special investigation drive has been started lately by the education department so as to control the rampant indiscipline prevalent among the teachers. Subsequently, the Primary as well as Middle Schools in the area are being continuously monitored by the Block Education Officer (BEO), members of a flying squad and Cluster Coordinators. This move has upset the teachers to a large extent. Recently, BEO A R Kaur inspected various schools situated in the development block from 10 am. As a matter of fact, Assistant Teacher Panchayat Pradeep Kumar Tand iya and Nirbhay Kovachi of Primary School Pedavari were found absent.
Similarly, the Principal of Middle School Pedavari was found absent till 10:30. In primary School Amaguhan, the Principal B R Bhasker, Dilip Kumar Thakur Assistant Teacher Panchayat were found absent till 10:40, however the School Head Boy Shivlal, student of class V was seen taking the Morning Prayer. On the other hand the inspection of Cluster Coordinatior Tarhul in Primary School Mokha revealed the absence of Principal Lakhi Ram Taram, Assistant Teacher Panchayat Anil Kumar Suryavanshi till 10:50 am. BEO A R Kaur told that two Inspection Teams have been formed which will be continuously monitoring the schools. Disciplinary actions against the careless teachers will be taken that will include informing the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) District Panchayat, Assistant Commissioner, CEO Janpad Panchayat through 'e-haziri'. The careless teachers will be themselves responsible for their condition, he maintained.
Rajnandgaon. Six students of Chhattisgarh Institute of Technology (CIT) successfully made it to the prestigious KPIT Cumins ltd. after a campus interview was held in the college campus. Among 9 students who were selected in the process, 6 were from CIT itself.
As per the information, Rajendra Congo HR KPIT Cumins Ltd visited CIT to take the campus interviews. Congo was given warm welcome by the Institute Manager, Principal, Professors and Training and Placement Officers. Students from many other institutes including BIT, CIMT, SITM arrived at the CIT campus for the interview.
The first round was technical round in which 62 students were short listed who then moved to the group discussion. Total 18 were called for the final interview. The list of successful candidates were declared after a few minutes which includes Aparajita Ram, daughter of Narad Ram Dongargarh, Vineet Sachdeva, son of Dashrath Sachdeva from Durg, P Sagar Naidu, son of P B Naidu from Rajnandgaon, Akanksha Gaur, daughter of Devilal Gaur from Rajnandgaon and many others.
Rajendra Congo further said that the joining letter will be soon sent to the selected candidates. On this occassion, the management of CIT conveyed their hearty congratulations to all the candidates and said that everybody will be successful on continuously appearing in the campus selection process.
Bilaspur. Group-D exam results (Disabled Category) of South East Central Railway (SECR) have been declared. 154 candidates have been selected through the exam. Railway Recruitment Board conducted exams under six phases for vacant positions of Group D back in May and June. The selected candidates have been called with the original certificates on September 17, 18, 20 & 21 for document verification process. The medical check up will be done on the same dates.
Bhilai. A student from Steel City Manisha Swarnkar has been selected for Master of Design at IIT Mumbai. Finishing schools at Senior secondary school sector -7 and Engineering in Electronics & Communication from BIT, Manisha Swarnkar will now shape her career at IIT Mumbai. Manisha is the first student from Bhilai to be selected in IIT for her special abilities in Animation Designing. She is the daughter of Shyamta Prasad who works as a Master Operator at Wire Rod Mill, BSP.
Raipur. District Congress Committee on Wednesday, submitted a memo to the School Education Secretary against the private schools for collecting excessive fees from students. A notice will soon be issued to the schools to return the extra fees, assured the Secretary.
Under the guidance of City Congress President Indarchand Dhadiwal, the board of members met School Education Secretary K.R. Pisda lately. The Board expressed resentment over department's carelessness about the actions that Congress has been demanding under RTE law for last three months.
They now demand that the schools should return the extra fees to the students within a week otherwise the City Congress Committee will be bound to threaten actions against the Education Secretary.