Monsoon fiesta continues throughout the region:
For whole of Friday, the monsoon raining continued in showering, making the whole week one of most pleasing monsoon experience. The continued raining has significantly increased water level in Hatnur dam, leading to opening of around 20 outlets of dam to maintain water level ratio. The district witnessed maximum raining of 83mm in Jamner taluka while lowest of 9mm in Chalisgaon and Yaval taluka.
calls for IT Awards nomination:
The State Government has called for nomination to Maharashtra IT Award to be conferred on 20th August in Mumbai. Last date of filling nominations for award is 05th August. Please click here to visit Department website for more details.
Hind express to halt at Jalgaon:
The 2129/ 2130 Pune Howrah led Azad Hind Express will halt on Malkapur and Jalgaon Station soon.
Monsoon raining continues throughout Khandesh region:
The Monsoon showered its raining throughout whole of Khandesh region throughout Thursday generating a positive sign of growth. The showery raining continued throughout the district with maximum raining of 46mm in MuktaiNagar while lowest of 2mm in Pachora Taluka. The nearby Dhule and Nandurbar Districts witnessed downpour with authorities reporting almost 75% raining in both districts. The raining has lead farmers to buy fertilisers and other necessary farming stuff and has engaged everyone. The Monsoon statistics until now shows 34.5% Monsoon raining in Jalgaon District.
The Hatnur dam built on Tapi River marked significant increase in water level. All other dam in region also marked increase of around 5% water level due to continued raining.
NMU Inter-College divisional Competitions:
The NMU Jalgaon region's Inter-College Cross country Competitions are beginning from 02nd and 03rd August 2004. The competition involves active involvement of all colleges from Jalgaon region with various competitions until 03rd December 2004.
Please contact your respective college for more details in this regards.
With full monsoon showering for three days, the Tuesday went on dry giving sufficient time to farmers to manage their farms. The raining till Monday has increased water level in Hatnur Dam, Dapora Dam supplying drinking water to Jalgaon. The increase in water level has relieved Jalgaonities of regular drinking water supply for upcoming month. Jalgaon's major water supply resource Girana dam in Nandgaon is still having a lower level which is a cause of concern.
Monsoon extravaganza continues throughout region:
The Monsoon raining continued throughout the day on whole of Monday with showery raining in almost all parts of Jalgaon District. The Chalisgaon taluka witnessed lowest raining while Bodwad had maximum raining in last two days. The showery effect helped crop to get adequate rainwater. The continued raining has minimised temperature by almost 10 degrees causing cold waves in night. The city recorded maximum of 26.8 degree as compared to 34.6 degrees on 25-7.
The Tapi River basin in Amalner taluka recorded increase of water level by around 3 feet reliving people of region for continued water supply.
approves Kang Project in Jamner:
A new hope for people of Jalgaon Taluka, the State Government has given approval to Kang Project in Jamner. The Project estimated at Rs 869.62 Lacs will benefit whole of Jalgaon Taluka supply. The Dam will have width of 1425 meters and 23.26 meters and basin of 248 meters.
The Project to be inaugurated soon, once completed will benefit drinking water supply to region reliving harsh summer problems.
Khandesh gets the best of Monsoon:
The Weekend marked phenomenon monsoon arrival with raining throughout the day in whole of Khandesh region. The medium and sometimes heavy raining begun on Saturday night and is continuing throughout the day. The rainwater has also helped farmers to save their crop ploughed for the second time.
The nearby Dhule and Nandurbar District also witnessed good raining saving and giving a boost to farming community.
Ajanta calling you:
The monsoon raining has turned world renown Ajanta Caves into lush green zone and its marvellous fountain has restarted. The pleasant temperature along with greenery is one of major attraction to tourist arriving in the region. This time (August and September) is one of the best times to visit caves and surrounding region.
for nomination to 'Outstanding Women and Children Development Social Workers':
The Maharashtra State Women and Children Development department has called for nomination to Awarding of outstanding social workers in the field on State Level, Divisional Level, and District Level for the year 2002-03 and 2003-04 on or before 16th August 2004.
The Prize offers Rs. 1,00,001/- on State Level, Rs. 25,001/- on Divisional Level, and Rs. 10,001/- on District Level along with Certificate of honour, Memento, and recognition. Please contact District Women and Children Development officer for more details and nomination eligibility.
Whole of Jalgaon region witnessed medium to heavy raining in almost all parts of the district. The raining has significantly lowered temperature scale and has set a relief sign especially for farming community.
However, the MSEB failed to maintain Electricity and region witnessed power outages for hours throughout the day.
NMU Electronics Department
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon Electronics Department and Science and Technology department are jointly hosting workshop on 'Optical Integrated Circuits and Systems' on 29th and 30th July 2004. The workshop will have presence and lectures of dignitaries in the field followed by Poster Presentation, Calibration Practical, Working Model competitions. Please contact Electronics Department for more details and registration thereof.
Less nourished children:
With thousands of less nourished children reported throughout the State, the Jalgaon District also has hundreds. According to media reports, the Pachora Taluka has 101 less nourished children facing various diseases and problems. The District Civil Hospital has reported 10 patients as cases of less nourishment fighting with various chronic diseases.
Poverty along with social conducts and non-education remains a major cause of less nourishment and deaths in remote villages in the district.
ABVP calls for strike on 05th August:
The Student's Union, ABVP has called for statewide protest against Businesses turning Education System in the State on 05th August 2004. The Association is conducting a 'Save Education System' campaign from 25th July until 05th August to protest ongoing fiasco in Medical, Engineering, B. Ed. and other professional courses in the State.
It has further urged student community to come ahead and join hands to protest such commercialisation in Education sector in the State.
Manoj Chaudhari scores first rank in Hindi:
Jawahar Navoday School Sakegaon student Manoj Chagan Chaudhari has secured first rank throughout India in Hindi Subject by scoring 98 out of 100 marks in CBSE Class XII exam.
School team wins Subrato Mukhree Football competition:
The Shanbhag School has won District level Subrato Mukhrjee Football competition in both 14 years and 17 years age group. The Team defeated Anglo Urdu School and BZ High School Bhusawal team in 14 years and 17 years age group respectively.
Khandesh's 11 Taluka benefits with extension of Crop Insurance scheme:
With extension of Crop Insurance scheme, Khandesh's 11 Taluka that includes Bhadgaon, Bhusawal, Chalisgaon, MuktaiNagar, Pachora, and Bodwad from Jalgaon have benefited.
Considering grim Monsoon scenario the scheme from NABARD offers extension of deadline for loans repayment from farmers helping them to manage their dues and investments in standing crop.
General meeting issues:
The JCMC General meeting has with majority passed an resolution put in by Standing committee for waive Development tax and freeing Electricity charges in House Tax bills. It has also given extension to vendor for completing Waghur Dam Project begun long ago.
Amongst other issues, the meeting unanimously rejected Administrator's proposal for hiking Shop Transfer charges levied in Municipal Corporation owned shops. The Shop Transfer fees is JCMC's one of major income earning source since last few years.
Dy Police Superintendent urges for Bogus Doctor's information:
The Deputy Police Superintendent Jalgaon has urged Jalgaonkari to inform about bogus doctors if any found in the nearby area. The appeal came at the time when many of fake persons are practicing as Doctors and cheating people. The State Government has imposed ban on practicing to those having Electropathy and Electro-Homeopathy degrees.
Monsoon raining spreads joy:
The Monsoon raining finally showed its wonderful presence with raining throughout the Friday and in late night as well in almost all parts of the region. The raining saved second time sowed crops in the region has arrived as a ray of hope in farming dominant Jalgaon District. The statistics shows good raining in MuktaiNagar, Dharangaon, Bhusaval, and Bodwad while lowest in Raver, Chopda, Chalisgaon, and Jalgaon taluka. The nearby Dhule and Nandurbar Districts also witnessed good raining.
The slowed and comparatively less raining is causing drinking water supply plight in whole of District. Four of twelve dam in Jalgaon District have zero water storage and others have just 10% or less (Exclude Hatnur - 26%) storage. The Drinking water supply issue may arouse troubles for the Jalgaonkari this year as well if same raining situation continues.
IT sleuths surveys Jalgaon Tea Business houses:
The Income Tax Department Jalgaon officials surveyed many of Jalgaon Tea Wholesalers beginning Wednesday afternoon. The Survey conducted as routine activity by department officials spread panic amongst business community in slowed market.
hearing from Monday:
The Court is beginning regular hearing of Jamner Violence that took place on 19th July 2002 from Monday. The Violence killed four and spread communal violence in the region.
Jalgaon District Council (ZP) President Post for 'Open Category':
The State Government announced its ZP President Post Reservation Policy last evening. According to revised reservation norms, the Jalgaon and Dhule ZP President will now be from Open Category.
enforces Section 37(1) and 37(3) in Jalgaon:
The Jalgaon District Magistrate has implied Section 37(1) and Section 37(3) of Bombay Police Act 1951 in order to maintain Law and Order Situation in the District with effect from 14th July until 28th July 2004.
No Electricity, No water, No Business annoys Jalgaonkari:
With no monsoon raining worries whirling around, the MSEB on last Saturday restarted its Power cut schedule of 3 hours every alternative day excluding Sunday. Both drinking water supply and no power is upsetting daily business routine and causing low business turnout popularly known as 'Mandi' in market.
With zeroing water levels in rivers and nearby dam, the district administration's water supply has collapsed and many interior parts are getting water supply after four to five days. The worst hit in Jalgaon District is 'Asoda' village where people get supply after a week or so that too for a shorter span only. The Monsoon delay has caused crop damages and has made farmers to cultivate again due to no rain.
The city's always orating political community is mum over the issue fearing rage of common person over the issue. Jalgaon faces the same scene every year, but no administration and political leaders learns from this rather try to cash the issue by spreading turmoil on each other. Funniest part to know is these big B's worship God for giving good monsoon instead of tightening their belts to resolve the issue and help people make a good of their Jalgaon experience.
Draught like situation worries farmers and business community:
With zero raining in last week, Jalgaon District's over 60% population holding farming community and trade business are in worry. The draught situation apart from cultivation damages has also raised drinking water supply issue with almost all rivers in the region having touched zero level of water.
The Jalgaon District having around 37 Lacs plus population is witnessing this draught situation after a year of good monsoon raining last year. If no monsoon rainfall incurs this fortnight, the district's economy will face a shock with majority of money cycle rotated through farming.
No matter whatever the national level political issues be, Jalgaon's politics always evolves through 'Drinking Water' issue in last many years, drilling Jalgaonkari pocket every year and causing deep fury on administration not taking future perspectives in view.
Three keys of victorious life: Knowledge, Confidence, and mildness (KCM):
The Quote 'To Err is human, and to recuperate is heavenly' softly tenders human life evolution. Every human being grows up learning things from his family, friends, and work environment. We earn, we live our lives and perform acts humanly. At one stage in life, our brain clicks a question 'What is our goal in life and what we are doing?'
To get answer to these questions, the 'KCM' equation holds significant place. The Knowledge leads us to learn clear aspects of things, enlightens our brain, and gives us ability to judge and differentiate between right and wrong.
If we have 'Confidence' in whatever we do, we are sure to win. Life is a progress laid on confidence layer. Building up confidence in our friends and family and at workplace makes things fantastic. No one can alone win the World; you need to lay your success foundation on bricks on confidence in your environment. Confidence also means 'faith' and every one of us need a faith reservoir to boost us in our downtime. Not necessarily, our faith resource may be our friend, our life guide, and/ or any person giving a lift to us to when we require most.
'Leniency' aids to our accomplishment by changing the way people look at us and believe in us. Mild tone, respectful conduct, and no anger are divinely.
District's three cricketers selected in Maharashtra Tennis Ball Cricket Team:
The State Team Selectors have selected Jalgaon's Muktadir Deshmukh (Salva, Tal: Erandol), Mahendra Sarsar, and Sachin Jagtap (Dharangaon) for upcoming Tennis Ball Cricket Competition to be held at Chennai from 12th until 15th July 2004.
While Jalgaon's Deepak Dhumal and Hasin Tadvi also playing in State Junior Team for National Junior Tennis Ball Cricket competition at Chennai.
Level Table Tennis Competition in Jalgaon from 14th until 18th July:
Jalgaon city is hosting annual State Level Table Tennis Competition in Jalgaon from 14th July until 18th July 2004 at District Sports Association hall. The competition conducted in 12, 14, 17, Open, and seniors category will have ten teams of boys and girls.
The Jalgaon Taluka Table Tennis Association has earlier received Hajratbal Trophy for best hosting from State Authorities.
Time to 'Get a Personal Loan':
With arrival of private MNC Banks, the personal finance sector is uplifting and the middle class community is feeling a wave of revolution. You need a personal loan, finance, or house loan, just make a call, now you have many options to select from the best provider.
Yes, the finance divisions set by giant private MNC banks are spreading and cashing the large-scale middle segment community by offering personal loans, consumer loans, and housing loans right here in Jalgaon. Looking deep in such spread is strong depository record of Jalgaon District and high usage of cell phones and capability to expedite. With its strong agricultural record of accomplishment, the Jalgaon District is one of most promising field for banking and consumer finance.
Facing this stiff competition from private bankers, the nationalised banks including SBI and many others also have simplified their loan allocation norms and 'Loan Mela' is now becoming one of common event held from time to time.
District Council (ZP) presents its 14 Crores 86 lacs Annual Budget:
The General meeting of ZP gave approval to year 2004-05 budget of Rs. 14,86,63,000 Rs. Securing Rs. 1,95,39,000 as in hand balance. The Budget highlights include allocation of 26 lacs for education section, Rs 2 Crores 20 lacs for public works, Rs 30 lacs for irrigation projects, Rs 21 Lacs for public health and hygiene, Rs 15 lacs for Agriculture. It also offers hefty sum of Rs 2 Crores 17 lacs for Social development, Special reserve of Rs 1 Crore 87 lacs for rural area backward class community and many others.
Mehrun Lake jogging track inauguration today:
The JCMC is today inaugurating its newly formed Jogging track on Mehrun lake Chowpaty. The Chowpaty encircling lake is one of famous picnic spot of Jalgaonkari and morning jog and exercise.
Along with this, it is also renovating Shivaji Garden popularly known, as 'Mehrun Garden' and it is owned Chetan Das Hospital in Sindhi colony to facilitate common person.
The authorities opened four gates of Hatnur dam to maintain water level in the dam up to 210meteres. The dam built up with 41 gates starts its water storage from 20th august every year and is built on Tapi River.
Government Polytechnic admissions from Thursday, 08th July:
State owned GP is beginning First Year Diploma admissions from 08th July until 17th July 2004. The GP Jalgaon has 300 seats intake capacity for five different courses. First Merit list will be displayed on 20th July while final on 23rd July. Admission first round is from 26th until 31st July and second round on 11th August and final on 31st August 2004. Please contact GPJ for more details.
The Art of Living healthy life: Fruits Day:
With increasing tension, workloads every one of us feels suppressed in terms of balancing our digestive systems. Our changing food habits, more use of fast food and improperly balanced eating timing is causing deep troubles and increasing diseases day after day. Such body troubles caused are less felt in younger age as we run with our workflow but as we grow older, things become harder and harder on health grounds.
To overcome such issues, we could develop a new food culture. It includes initiating a 'Fruits Day' in a month. The theme behind fruits day is promoting eating more and more fruits. Instead of using regular food, that day diet will include fruits as our eating habit. It will add to our nutritional factors and definitely help us in keeping illness far away from us.
So let's observe 'Fruits Day' once every month and move one step ahead in living healthier life.
raining delights weekend:
After a long gap, the monsoon raining finally appeared in Jalgaon city area and various other parts of district with heavy showering in Sunday afternoon reducing temperature to below 38 levels. The nearby Dhule and Nandurbar Districts also witnessed monsoon enjoyment.
The Sky thunder caused death of one and injuries to two in Dharangaon taluka. The same raining pattern is expected to continue throughout this week as well.
Raining in some of taluka relieves farming community, State experiments Artificial raining:
After a long delay of around 10 days, the monsoon raining marked its presence in some of taluka in Jalgaon District giving new ray of hope and life to standing crop in the region. The whole of Chalisgaon, Pachora, and Bhadgaon taluka witnessed heavy raining while Erandol, Amalner, Bhusaval, Raver, Jamner taluka witnessed medium raining.
For the first time in Jalgaon's history, the State Authorities conducted Artificial-raining experiment in Jamner taluka's Dhalgaon and Shahpur using Silver Iodide showering with the help of piper shine plane in afternoon time. The first ever experiment went successful and will soon be in seven more taluka of Jalgaon District.
Crusade for college Admission:
Remember those days when colleges used to search for students for various courses, the scene has totally reversed in Junior colleges and specialised courses with State Government tightening its belts. With SSC results out, the rush for admission to class 11th was uncontrollable making "House full" in most of colleges. Most of Colleges used Merit system to control the rush on First Cum First serve basis and merit closed around 60+. Considering the traffic, many of them took hefty donations for admission to Junior College for their non-grant seats.
The same scene remained in specialised PG courses available on Non-Grant/ Management quota seats. In FE Engineering admission, many colleges took hefty sum of above 50k depending on desired course vacancy status. In MBA, colleges charged around 30k+ for admission to their Quota. This new 'Donate generously' system has given birth to a new business on commissioning and meditation between colleges and parents and the education seems turning to a business rather a future shaping tool.
Even after taking such sum, colleges are not concentrating harder to educate thy students so as they could excel their mark sheets. Students still have to take assistance of private institution favoured by their faculty members to complete and learn their syllabi in detail.
The advantage of having a University is city seems lesser rather turning more of political. Having University in hometown could have lead to good growth of student community in the city and improved quality of education. Initiating more and more courses from time to time is a real good concept provided you have enough faculty team to handle and shine in that course. Of more than 350 courses offered by NMU, many courses like Bio-Technology, Information Technology still lack proper resources, infrastructure and laboratory setup.
No doubt, we are creating thousands of students every year, but those students still require a professional touch and practical field knowledge. Moreover constant Orientation to faculty members is needed to keep them updated with latest technology and happenings rather teaching the traditional ways. Every college must have at least one classroom for faculty members training having at least a seminar/ workshop in a month to improve and demonstrate thy skill set.
With lower monsoon, the whole of Jalgaon city once again has come to a hung situation with city having water storage just for 15 days. If the monsoon downturn continues, the citizens of city will again have to exercise a lot to get two buckets of drinking water. Currently whole of Jalgaon gets supply from Girana dam located in Nashik District and around 7 to 8 MLD from MIDC.
If the same scenario continues, JCMC will reschedule drinking water supply to once in three days or once in two days. This will not only profit private water suppliers but also cause severe fury among one of highest local taxes and living cost paying Jalgaonkari.
On another front as per the Hon'ble Court order, the JCMC administration is pledging its owned 17-story building and owned complexes to Bank as collateral security for its Loan taken against Housing projects. The JCMC will take final decision in this regards in upcoming standing committee meeting.