Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, exhorted the youth who have made outstanding achievement in different fields to come forward and contribute in  building a new Haryana. 

Chandigarh, Dec 16— Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, exhorted the youth who have made outstanding achievement in different fields to come forward and contribute in  building a new Haryana. 

          Mr Manohar Lal was speaking at a session on ‘Mere Sapno Ka Haryana’ organizedduring the second day of three-day Chintan Shivir being organized at Timber Trail, Parwanoo in Himachal Pradesh today. 

          He said that it is a matter of pride that Sandhya Chauhan, the daughter of Haryana is a pilot in  India Navy. On the State Government’s invitation, she is participating in a programme second time. The youth should take inspiration from such young achievers so that they could also give their vital contribution in building a new Haryana, he added.

          The Chief Minister recalled that Pt. Madan Mohan Malviya had got constructed Banaras Hindu University through  his talent and with the assistance of people. He said that Haryana could take assistance of actor and stand-up comedian, Mr Sunil Grover  in its Film Policy. Besides, assistance would also be sought from young Technocrat,  Mr Neeraj Aggarwal in the field  of Information Technology (IT)

          Earlier, Lieutenant Commander, Sandhya Chauhan, young Technocrat from Safidon, district Jind, Mr Neeraj Aggarwal and actor and stand-up comedian, Mr Sunil Grover also shared their views on ‘Mere Sapna Ka Haryana’.
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Haryana Government to organise two round-table conferences on Farmer’s Micro Economy at Chandigarh and Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar.

Chandigarh, Dec 16–With a view to pacing up agriculture reforms and  to realise the vision of the Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi, to double the income of farmers by 2022, the Haryana Government has decided to organise two round-table conferences on Farmer’s Micro Economy at Chandigarh and Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar.

           This was informed by the Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister, Mr OP Dhankar, while addressing a seminar on the topic of Agriculture Reforms organised during the second day of the Chintin Shivir at Parwanoo in Himachal Pradesh, today.

            Haryana has 91.75 lakh acres of agriculture land which accounted for food grain production of 338.78 lakh MT in 2015-16. Total income from agriculture and allied sectors aggregated Rs 65,158,90 crore. There are about 16.10 lakh families engaged in the agriculture sector, and every family has an average of 5.69 acres of farm land holding.

            Mr Dhankar said the government had fixed a target to ensure farmers income of between Rs 60,000 and Rs 1 lakh per acre. To achieve this target, we would encourage diversification of crops, increase productivity, cattle-rearing, direct marketing of produce, agri service, value additional packaging, branding and integrated farming.

     Compensation on account of crop losses due to natural calamities has been increased from Rs 6,000 to Rs 12,000 per acre. The minimum compensation rate has been increased from Rs 250 to Rs 500.

            Mr Dhankar also highlighted various schemes and programmes  implemented by the government for the welfare of the farming community.

            The Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Mr Nayab Singh Saini,  and Principal Secretary, Agriculture and Farmer’s Welfare Department, Dr Abhilaksh Liki, also spoke on this occasion.

            Others who participated in the session included the Chief Secretary, Mr D S Dhesi, Deputy Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Mr Mandip Brar, Additional Chief Secretary, Public Health Engineering, Mr P.K Mahapatra, Additional Chief Secretary, Mr Sunil Gulati, Principal Secretary, Mrs Sumita Mishra, Chairman, Haryana Kisan Ayog Dr Ramesh Yadav, VC of CCSHAU, Prof RP Singh, Mr RRM Singh from NDRI, agri specialist Mr ML Jat, DC Karnal, Mr Aditya Dahiya, Director Agriculture, Mr DK Behra and other farm experts.

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Haryana Urban Local Bodies Minister, Mrs Kavita Jain said that a policy for traffic management should be framed in the state so that traffic and parking needs could be addressed in this era of rapid urbanization.

Chandigarh, Dec 16 – Haryana Urban Local Bodies Minister, Mrs Kavita Jain said that a policy for traffic management should be framed in the state so that traffic and parking needs could be addressed in this era of rapid urbanization.

 

            Mrs Jain was speaking at a session on Urban Rejuvenation at the second day of Chintin Shivir being organized at Timber Trail Heights, Parwanoo in Himachal Pradesh today.

 

Emphasising on the need of basic amenities in rural areas, the Minister said that we should also provide maximum facilities in villages at par with urban areas so as to ensure better livelihood as well as to avoid transportation  or shifting of people from rural areas. The state government is heading towards transformation in all spheres of development including the urbanization.

 

 She also emphasised the need for capacity building, planned development and strengthening of  infrastructure in urban areas and added that state government is working in this direction.

 

Speaking on this occasion, Minister of State for Cooperation, Mr Manish Kumar Grover highlighted the importance of urban rejuvenation and suggested that we would have to move towards the tehsils and sub divisions for urban expansion.  Haryana Urban Development Authority and Housing Board must develop residential colonies and development markets in these areas as these are now connected with the cities. He also suggested the department should also properly handle its property in the various parts in the state as it would ensure income for municipalities.

 

Principal Secretary, urban Local Bodies, Mr Anand Mohan Sharan highlighted the different aspects of urban rejuvenation including its concept, need, tools, principles, livability, process and the way forward. Describing growth of urban areas is a continues process, he said that every city need urban rejuvenation at a different time interval. He informed that the department had come up with a new concept to strengthen the IT infrastructure for Gurugram and Faridabad towns. We also coming up with GIS mapping system. The same is being started in a few towns and would be replicated the same in coming two years in all, he added.

 

It was suggested in the session that satellite towns would be developed along highways and dairies would be shifted from the urban areas. It was also suggested that a separate cell should be constituted for monitoring of entire system of Smart cities project in the state.  The government should introduce rental housing system and Private developers should be encouraged for this purpose. LED should be installed in the entire state and CCTV should be installed on smart road projects.

 

            Those who participated and gave suggestion in the session included Additional Chief Secretary, Home Mr S.S. Prasad, Additional Chief Secretary, PWD, Mr Alok Nigam, Additional Chief Secretary, Transport, Mr R.R. Jowel, Principal Secretary IT Mr Devender Singh, Principal Secretary, Welfare of Sainik and Ardh-Sainik Sainik Department, Mr Vivek Joshi, Principal Secretary, Town and Country Planning Mr Arun Kumar Gupta, Principal Secretary, Mr Mahavir Singh, Mr A.K Dhul, IPS, Dr Anil Kumar Hooda, IFS.

 

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Chandigarh, December 16- Ms. Rakshita Singh, Ph.D. scholar, Department of Molecular Biology, Biotechnology and Bioinformatics, Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (CCSHAU), has been bestowed with ‘Travel Award’ for working in the Washington University, Pullman, USA, under the United States Agency for International Development(USAID), USA, Department of Biotechnology (DBT)- Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC) and Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) India sponsored project titled “Development of heat tolerant high yielding and climate resilient wheat cultivars utlising genomics, molecular and physiological information and resources”. 
          While giving this information here today, an official spokesman said that Ms. Singh had been selected out of nine best applicants from different universities of India. With this award, she would work for a period of six months along with three other students selected from Punjab Agriculture University, Ludhiana, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar and Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut. 
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Chandigarh, Dec 16--If any case of impersonation is detected in Haryana Teachers Eligibility Examination (HTET), December 2017, the candidate will be barred from appearing in any future examination conducted by the board. Not only this, recommendation will be made to the state government to bar the candidate from appearing in any examination related to government job.

 

 

 

         Stating this here today, Dr Jagbir Singh, Chairman, Haryana School Education Board, Bhiwani, said the Board had adopted zero tolerance policy to maintain credibility of the HTET Decemeber-2017. He urged the superintendents, examiners, officers and officials of all centers to discharge their examination duty with honesty and integrity.

 

 

 

         The examination of HTET, Level-3 (P.G.T) would be held on December 23 from 3 pm to 5.30 pm, entry time is between 12.50 pm and 2 pm; Level-2 (T.G.T) on December 24 from 10 am to 12.30 pm, entry time between 7.50 am and 9 am; and Level-1 (P.R.T) on December 24 from 3 pm to 5.30 pm, entry time between 12.50 pm and 2 pm. The candidates are required to report within the entry time, after which they would not be allowed to enter the centre.

 

 

 

          Dr Singh said the helpline numbers for this examination are 01664-254309 and 01664-254646 and whatsapp number 8816840349.

 

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Chandigarh, Dec 16- The Cooperative sugar mills in Haryana have crushed 82.37 lakh quintal of sugarcane and produced over 6.96 lakh quintals of sugar so far during the ongoing crushing season.

 

While stating this here today, a spokesman of Sugarfed said that cooperative sugar mill Shahabad has so far crushed a maximum of 14.17 lakh quintals of sugarcane and has produced over 1.26 lakh quintals of sugar, followed by cooperative sugar mill Rohtak which has crushed 12.82 lakh quintals of sugarcane, producing over 1.04 lakh quintals of sugar.

 

      He said cooperative sugar mill Kaithal has crushed 8.74 lakh quintals of sugarcane and has produced 73,835 quintals of sugar, Cooperative Sugar Mill Meham crushed 8.67 lakh quintals of sugarcane and produced 70,950 quintals of sugar while Cooperative Sugar Mill Karnal crushed 7.94 lakh quintals of sugarcane and produced 70,490 quintals of sugar.

 

          Similarly, Jind sugar mill has crushed 6.36 lakh quintals of sugarcane, producing 53,275 quintals of sugar, Gohana sugar mill has crushed 6.36 lakh quintals and produced 47,690 quintal of sugar, Panipat sugar mill crushed 6.01 lakh quintals of sugarcane and produced 50,750 quintals of sugar, Sonipat sugar mill has crushed 5.67 lakh quintals of sugarcane, producing 48,400 quintals of sugar and Palwal sugar mill crushed 5.63 lakh quintals of sugarcane and thus produced 47,455 quintals of sugar.

 

          Apart from this, Assandh sugar mill has crushed 7.93 lakh quintals of sugarcane, producing 62,450 quintals of sugar. So far, the average recovery of sugar from cooperative sugar mills has been 9.07 per cent.

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Haryana Teachers Eligibility Examination (HTET)

Chandigarh, Dec 16--If any case of impersonation is detected in Haryana Teachers Eligibility Examination (HTET), December 2017, the candidate will be barred from appearing in any future examination conducted by the board. Not only this, recommendation will be made to the state government to bar the candidate from appearing in any examination related to government job.

Stating this here today, Dr Jagbir Singh, Chairman, Haryana School Education Board, Bhiwani, said the Board had adopted zero tolerance policy to maintain credibility of the HTET Decemeber-2017. He urged the superintendents, examiners, officers and officials of all centers to discharge their examination duty with honesty and integrity.

The examination of HTET, Level-3 (P.G.T) would be held on December 23 from 3 pm to 5.30 pm, entry time is between 12.50 pm and 2 pm; Level-2 (T.G.T) on December 24 from 10 am to 12.30 pm, entry time between 7.50 am and 9 am; and Level-1 (P.R.T) on December 24 from 3 pm to 5.30 pm, entry time between 12.50 pm and 2 pm. The candidates are required to report within the entry time, after which they would not be allowed to enter the centre.

Dr Singh said the helpline numbers for this examination are 01664-254309 and 01664-254646 and whatsapp number 8816840349.

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 The Cooperative sugar mills in Haryana have crushed 82.37 lakh quintal of sugarcane and produced over 6.96 lakh quintals of sugar so far during the ongoing crushing season.

Chandigarh, Dec 16- The Cooperative sugar mills in Haryana have crushed 82.37 lakh quintal of sugarcane and produced over 6.96 lakh quintals of sugar so far during the ongoing crushing season.

While stating this here today, a spokesman of Sugarfed said that cooperative sugar mill Shahabad has so far crushed a maximum of 14.17 lakh quintals of sugarcane and has produced over 1.26 lakh quintals of sugar, followed by cooperative sugar mill Rohtak which has crushed 12.82 lakh quintals of sugarcane, producing over 1.04 lakh quintals of sugar.

      He said cooperative sugar mill Kaithal has crushed 8.74 lakh quintals of sugarcane and has produced 73,835 quintals of sugar, Cooperative Sugar Mill Meham crushed 8.67 lakh quintals of sugarcane and produced 70,950 quintals of sugar while Cooperative Sugar Mill Karnal crushed 7.94 lakh quintals of sugarcane and produced 70,490 quintals of sugar.

          Similarly, Jind sugar mill has crushed 6.36 lakh quintals of sugarcane, producing 53,275 quintals of sugar, Gohana sugar mill has crushed 6.36 lakh quintals and produced 47,690 quintal of sugar, Panipat sugar mill crushed 6.01 lakh quintals of sugarcane and produced 50,750 quintals of sugar, Sonipat sugar mill has crushed 5.67 lakh quintals of sugarcane, producing 48,400 quintals of sugar and Palwal sugar mill crushed 5.63 lakh quintals of sugarcane and thus produced 47,455 quintals of sugar.

          Apart from this, Assandh sugar mill has crushed 7.93 lakh quintals of sugarcane, producing 62,450 quintals of sugar. So far, the average recovery of sugar from cooperative sugar mills has been 9.07 per cent.

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71.79 lakh metric tonnes (MTs) of Paddy has been arrived so far in mandis, as  against the arrival of over 69.56 lakh MT during the same period of last year. 

Chandigarh, Dec 16- In Haryana, more than 71.79 lakh metric tonnes (MTs) of Paddy has been arrived so far in mandis, as  against the arrival of over 69.56 lakh MT during the same period of last year.

           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 59.17 lakh metric tonnes whereas over 12.61 lakh metric tonnes of paddy is purchased by millers and dealers.

          He said that more than 27.57 lakh MT of paddy have been purchased by the Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department, over 19.22 lakh MT by Hafed, over 6.49 lakh MT by the Haryana Warehousing Corporation, over 5.68 lakh MT by the Haryana Agro-industries Corporation and 19,667 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 14.68 lakh MT followed by Kurukshetra over 12.12 lakh MT. Similarly, over 9.44 lakh MT paddy has arrived in mandis of Kaithal, over 8.22 lakh MT in Fatehabad, over 7.91 lakh MT in Ambala, over 6.04 lakh MT in Yamunanagar, over 4.75 lakh MT in Jind, over 2.63 lakh MT in Sirsa, over 1.51 lakh MT in Hisar, over 1.30 lakh MT each in Panipat and Panchkula, 79,470 MT in Palwal, 63,681 MT in Rohtak, 37,626 MT in Jhajjar and 2,459 MT in Gurugram.
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 Haryana Government has directed all the Administrative Secretaries and the Head of Departments to supply required information of their respective departments

Chandigarh, December 16—Haryana Government has directed all the Administrative Secretaries and the Head of Departments to supply required information of their respective departments so that appropriate decision can be taken regarding relaxation in adopting Haryana Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2016 to the employees who are promoted prematurely before January 1, 2016.

          A letter to this effect has been issued by the Finance department today which states;

          “How many employees are there in the departments, who have been promoted prematurely before January1, 2016 and they have completed experience after the date of notification dated October 28, 2016. What are the pay scales of feeder and promotional post as the 7th CPC”.

“If they opt the revised pay structure from the date of completion of experience i.e. after the date of notification dated October 28, 2016, what will be the financial implication in such type of cases? ”