In Haryana, the complaints related to human rights violations can also be registered online through Common Service Centres (CSCs).

Chandigarh, July 22 – In Haryana, the complaints related to human rights violations can also be registered online through Common Service Centres (CSCs). This facility can be availed on payment of Rs. 30 at rural and urban Kiosks of CSCs.

While giving this information here today, an official spokesman said that a letter in this regard has been issued by the National Human Rights Commission to the State Government. The collaboration between the NHRC and CSCs, particularly, is a great step to facilitate the common people in rural and urban areas for redressal of their grievances related to human right violations.

He said that recently new modalities have been initiated by the Commission to register complaints of the public, which is part of its efforts to increase accessibility across the country. Complaints related to the violation of human rights can be received by the Commission through six modes - through online free net portal www.hrcnet.nic.in, letters through post and through speed post, Madad toll free number -14433, individuals who visit the Madad Centre in the NHRC office and write their complaints, Cell number 9810298900 for Human Right Defenders to lodge complaints to the NHRC focal point and through CSCs.
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Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, has congratulated Team ISRO for the historic launch of #Chandrayaan 2 from Sriharikota, placing India in the league of top scientifically advanced nations in the world.

Chandigarh, July 22 — Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, has congratulated Team ISRO for the historic launch of #Chandrayaan 2 from Sriharikota, placing India in the league of top scientifically advanced nations in the world.

In a statement issued here today, the Chief Minister said, “It is a proud moment for all Indians. Congratulations to ISRO scientists, engineers and technicians for giving our space programme a big push, setting a new benchmark in space technology, and getting India a seat on the high bench presently occupied by three top nations. I congratulate Team ISRO and wish them success in all future ventures.”

The Chief Minister thanked the Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi, for encouraging the scientists to do the commendable job. #Chandrayaan2 mission is expected to lead to new discoveries and enrich our knowledge systems, he added.

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All the cooperative societies in the state have been directed to make their records online and after the updation of record online, there will be transparency in the working of the cooperatives and the Department. Apart from this, the data of all the societies is likely to be uploaded by August 15, 2019 and after this fixed date, the membership of any society will be done online only.

Chandigarh, July 22 – Haryana Minister of State for Cooperation, Mr. Manish Kumar Grover said that all the cooperative societies in the state have been directed to make their records online and after the updation of record online, there will be transparency in the working of the cooperatives and the Department. Apart from this, the data of all the societies is likely to be uploaded by August 15, 2019 and after this fixed date, the membership of any society will be done online only.

Mr. Grover said that about 10,500 registered cooperative societies are currently working and these included mainly primary agriculture co-operative societies, labour and construction societies, group housing societies, house building societies and transport societies. He said that the Department has already started registering the cooperative societies online and now, no cooperative society is being registered manually in the Department and all the cooperatives have been directed to upload record and information related to their respective society on webportal http://rcsharyana.gov.in/ for which username and password have been allotted to all cooperative societies.

He said that on priority basis, data of all Group Housing Societies and House Building Societies of the state is being uploaded, which are around 1200 in number, of which data of about 400 Group Housing Societies and House Building Societies has been uploaded on the portal. He said that the details mainly included the name of the co-operative society, registration number with date, number of members of the society, detailed information about the society’s election and office bearers, when land was allotted to the society, the date of possession and intervention certificate, the date of last audit of the society, the approval of building plans of society, the name of member to whom plot or flat is allotted in the society and who is living, and the details of the liabilities of the society.

The Minister said that after uploading of the information, there will be transparency in the working of the co-operatives. He said that any member, who wants to take plots or flats in these societies, can take the basic information of the society through online portal of the Department.

He also urged the office bearers of all the societies to cooperate in uploading the online data of the societies successful.
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The Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in Haryana will now be able to sign Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in Dual System of Training (DST)

Chandigarh July 22 - The Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in Haryana will now be able to sign Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in Dual System of Training (DST) through which maximum number of youth trainees could get ample employment and self-employment opportunities by getting practical skill training in the industrial establishments.

While stating this here today, a spokesman of Skill Development and Industrial Training Department said that apart from this, under the Craftsmen Training Scheme of the Central Government, the students of ITIs could be provided experimental training in the concerned industries in 72 different trades being run by the Department through signing MOU.

He said that with a view to make the skill training employable and to enhance the participation of industrial establishments, the Central Government has given relaxation in several stringent conditions for signing maximum number of MOUs in the Dual System of Training. These included the condition of Rs 100 crore turnovers of industries and requirement of minimum 200 employees, availability of DST in few courses and non eligibility of ITIs for this system having grading of less than two. As a result of the relaxation given by the Central Government, about 27 Government Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) have signed MOUs in DST with 42 industrial establishments for 70 trade units. This, he said, has resulted in increased employment opportunities. Also, some industries have made a provision to give scholarship to the trainees during the training period, he added.

The spokesman said that under the Union Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Director General, Training had in the year 2016, started DST for few popular trades with some stringent conditions. He said that the aim of this system is to make the students of ITIs more skilled through the participation of industries as well as industrial training institutes. During the course under this system, while a few portion of experimental training of students would be completed in institutions, the remaining portion would be got completed in the industrial establishments. For this, Memorandum of Agreement is signed between Government Industrial Training Institutes and Industries. In the DST, the students could be given 3-6 months experimental training in ITI course of one year and 6-12 months training in two years ITI course in the concerned industrial institution.

He said that under the Haryana Craftsmen Training Scheme, the youth are being given skilled based training in engineering and non-engineering courses of one and two year’s duration through 167 Government Industrial Training Institutes and 242 Private Industrial Training Institutes. He said that youth who are above 18 years of age and willing to get admission in the ITIs of the State could participate in the admission process by filling the online form against the trades/seats released in the DST, he further added.