Haryana Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Lal today inaugurated the Knowledge and Research Center at GEPIL-Haryana, Faridabad.

Chandigarh, January 15 - Haryana Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Lal today inaugurated the Knowledge and Research Center at GEPIL-Haryana, Faridabad.

Giving information, an official spokesperson said that this integrated general hazardous waste management treatment, storage, and disposal facility is located in the Stone Crusher Zone in Pali, District Faridabad.

He informed that the objective of this project is to provide scientific and effective solutions for protection of environment through hazardous waste. The facility includes safe landfill cells, common hazardous waste incineration plants, alternative fuel processing facilities, storage sheds, laboratories, etc.

He informed that the land for this project has been allotted by Haryana Environment Department. The project is spread over 31-acre of land at an estimated cost of Rs 25 crore. He informed that the new Knowledge and Research Center has been built at an estimated cost of Rs 2.5 crore. The project has been approved by the state government and the Haryana State Pollution Control Board.
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The initiative taken by Haryana Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Lal to promote Haryanvi culture and Haryanvi films in Bollywood has started getting positive results.

Chandigarh, January 15- The initiative taken by Haryana Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Lal to promote Haryanvi culture and Haryanvi films in Bollywood has started getting positive results.

Renowned faces of Haryanvi films, Mr. Yashpal Sharma, Bollywood actress, Ms. Mita Vasisht and Director of Haryanvi Film Pagdi, Mr. Rajeev Bhatia who are the members of Script Committee of the Haryana Film Policy, said this while addressing the media person in a press conference after evaluating the screening of 22 Haryanvi and Non-Haryanvi films at Panchkula today.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Yashpal Sharma said that for the development of Haryanvi and non-Haryanvi Cinema and to create a film friendly environment in the State, for the first time, the State Government had implemented the Haryana Film Policy. He said that the Policy aims at development of film industry in Haryana and making available suitable environment for the development of cinema and exploring abundant possibilities existing in the State and tapping them properly for film making.

He said that it is a commendable step that under this policy, the other language films, shooting of which is being done in Haryana is given the same economic incentive as the Haryanvi films.

Mr. Yashpal Sharma also praised Director Information, Public Relations and Languages Department, Haryana Mr. PC Meena, for sitting with them during the screening of the movies. He said that his presence reflects the seriousness of the State Government towards promoting the Film Policy.

While, responding to a question, Mr. Yashpal Sharma said that he has shown his movie, 'Dada Lakhmi Chand’, which has been shot in Jamal, Gusaiana and Bakarianwali villages of Sirsa district. He said that the some scenes from this movie were also shot in the ancestral village of Pandit Lakhmi Chand.

He shared that the film is in two parts, whose shooting work is almost complete and it is expected that the film will be released by July. He informed that this film related to Haryanvi culture will be liked by the audience and this film depicting the culture of Haryana will definitely make a different identity.

During the screening and evaluation, the script committee members also praised the movie of Vijeta Dahiya Dararein. Apart from this, other movies namely 'Hey Ram', 'Bano Tera Husband', 'Badla', Booo Main Dargi, 'Karmakshetra', Chhoriyan Chhoron Se Kam Nahi Hoti and other movies were also screened.

On this occasion, Director Information, Public Relations and Languages Department, Haryana, Mr. PC Meena, Member of Governing Council, formed under Haryana Film Policy, Mr. Harish Kataria, Joint Director, Information, Public Relations and Languages Department, Mr Ved Prakash, producers, directors and actors of these featured films were also present on the occasion.

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The Chief Minister of Haryana, Mr. Manohar Lal will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of several development projects in Hisar on January 16.

Chandigarh, January 15 - The Chief Minister of Haryana, Mr. Manohar Lal will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of several development projects in Hisar on January 16. He will brainstorm with experts and intellectuals in the pre-budget consultation program of agriculture and auxiliary sectors. Haryana's Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister, Mr. Jai Prakash Dalal will also be present on the occasion.

Giving information on this, a government spokesperson said that the Chief Minister will reach Haryana Agricultural University in Hisar at 10 am on January 16. He will inaugurate the International Hostel, Deendayal Upadhyaya Centre of Excellence for Organic Farming and participate in the pre-budget consultancy program with experts in agriculture and allied sectors.

He informed that after this, the Chief Minister will inaugurate the expansion of the third phase of the newly constructed Teaching Block-8 and Girls Hostel-4 at Guru Jambheshwar University at 1.30 pm. The Chief Minister will also lay the foundation stone for boys international hostel at Guru Jambheshwar University and 10 E-Type houses to be built in the GJU campus.
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Haryana Health Minister Mr. Anil Vij said that an appropriate action plan will be prepared for setting up Panchkarma centers in major cities of all districts of the state.

Chandigarh, January 15: Haryana Health Minister Mr. Anil Vij said that an appropriate action plan will be prepared for setting up Panchkarma centers in major cities of all districts of the state. For this, the department have been instructed to make the action plan soon.

The Director-General of the Department Mr. Atul Dwivedi met Mr. Vij today for the first time after taking charge. The minister said that the AYUSH medicine centers should be at par with the modern medicinal system for the welfare of people.

Mr. Vij said that the AYUSH Department will have to pay special attention to the construction work and extension of its activities of Krishna Ayush University, Kurukshetra, so that it can be mainstreamed in a timely manner.

He said that the department would build Ayurvedic health centers and dispensaries in all the hospitals of the state so that people can avail appropriate benefits. This will also promote health tourism in Haryana.

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Haryana Urban Local Bodies Minister Mr. Anil Vij said that employees hired through outsourcing in municipalities, municipal councils and municipal corporations will be given honorarium through Real-Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) in their bank accounts so that corruption can be curbed.


Chandigarh, January 15 - Haryana Urban Local Bodies Minister Mr. Anil Vij said that employees hired through outsourcing in municipalities, municipal councils and municipal corporations will be given honorarium through Real-Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) in their bank accounts so that corruption can be curbed.

Mr. Vij said that the attendance of such employees will be based on the Aadhaar card so that the actual number of employees can also be ascertained. He said that CLU facility in the state will be made available on the online portal and minimum two agencies will examine the construction works being carried out by the department. If its report is found to be wrong, punitive action will be taken against the officials concerned and the contractors.

The Urban Bodies Minister said that orders have been given to apply biometric attendance of all employees working in municipalities, municipal councils, and municipal corporations. He also directed to set up a Movement Register for the employees so that the employees can leave the office during working hours. He said that he will soon review all these works by visiting various municipalities, municipal council and municipal corporation offices.

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Haryana Government will organize Saras Mela in Jagadhri from February 9 to 20, 2020.

Chandigarh, January 15– Haryana Government will organize Saras Mela in Jagadhri from February 9 to 20, 2020.

Giving more information in this regard, an official spokesman said that the fair which is being organized in collaboration with the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India, aims to display the daily use products and products based on art and culture, prepared by rural area people using traditional methods.

He informed that under the National Livelihoods Mission by the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India, self-help groups have been formed in rural areas. Through these groups, self-employment opportunities are provided to the needy families in the rural areas, and livelihood opportunities are also provided to the hand craftsmen and artisans to encourage their traditional art.

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Chief Minister’s Good Governance

Chandigarh, January 15 – While taking stern action for showing lackadaisical attitude in the delivery of citizen-centric services at Antyodaya Saral Kendras, Project Director, Chief Minister’s Good Governance Associates, Dr. Rakesh Gupta has sought an explanation from Tehsildar, Aasand, Ramesh Kumar.

Dr. Gupta was presiding over meeting with Nodal Officers of Antyodaya Saral Project, here today.

During the meeting, Dr. Rakesh Gupta shared that the Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal is closely monitoring the Antyodaya Saral project and he has issued strict directions to every nodal officer to timely deliver the services being given under Antyodaya Saral Project and also ensure timely disposal of public grievances, so that people would get maximum benefits of government schemes and policies.

He further directed that the grievances and complaints received on Antyodaya Portal should be at the earliest; else departmental action can be taken against the officials who are negligent in their work. Therefore all departments should improve the functioning at both headquarters and district level. He said that the Chief Minister will hold a review meeting over the same after every three months.

Taking cognizance of a complaint related to the creation of SC certificate reported on Antyodaya Saral portal, Dr. Gupta directed to inquire about the matter and fix the responsibility of the officer and employee concerned. In the meeting, it was also directed to issue show cause notice to the Nodal Officer of Sports and Youth Affairs Department for his absenteeism.

Dr. Rakesh Gupta directed Transport, Women, and Child Development, Haryana Shahari Vikas Pradhikaran, Agriculture Department to improve their functioning immediately. He directed the departments to take prompt action on tickets coming on the E-ticketing system of the Antyodaya portal.

Dr. Gupta was appraised that till date more than 78 lakh applications have been received for more than 525 schemes and services of various departments on the Antyodaya Saral portal. On average, more than 5 lakh applications are being received in a month. Apart from this, more than 1 lakh 20 thousand calls have been received on the helpline number of the Antyodaya Saral portal.

Dr. Gupta said that today we are rapidly moving towards paperless work so that the role of middlemen could be completely eliminated to provide corruption-free services to people and therefore all the nodal officers should ensure that the State people are getting benefits of all schemes and services and dereliction in duty should be not be exercised. He said that every complaint received in the portal should be resolved within the stipulated time period.

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Haryana's J.C. Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad became the first among State Government Universities to promote digitalization and has launched the Digital Interactive Boards in the classrooms

Chandigarh, January 15: Haryana's J.C. Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad became the first among State Government Universities to promote digitalization and has launched the Digital Interactive Boards in the classrooms today to make the teaching process more interactive.

Giving information regarding this, an official spokesperson said that the Vice-Chancellor, J.C. Bose University of Science and Technology, Prof. Dinesh Kumar launched 13 digital classrooms equipped with the Digital Interactive Boards in various departments today. He said that a training session was also organized to use the digital interactive boards accurately.

He said that these Digital Interactive Boards have been provided to the institutions participating in the Third phase of Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP-III) by the National Project Implementation Unit (NPIU) of the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). The Digital India Cell of the University has taken the initiative to develop a digital classroom through NPIU.