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Second State Level Handicapped Person's Literary Conference:
The Vidarbha Handicapped Literary Association in association with National Association of Blinds Jalgaon District Branch is hosting Second State level Handicapped People's literary Conference in Chalisgaon from 09th November until 11th November.
The event attracts various programmes like 'Granth Dindi', Swar Gandha, Literary Meet etc in presence of various National and State renown authors and literary. The Meet will honour Best Story writings, Books with Handicapped Friend Honour. Please contact association authorities for participation details and more information thereof.
five students selected for National Camp:
MM Senior College Pachora's five students are participating in the National Youth Camp conducted by NSS at Delhi. Pramod Patil, Anil Patil, Dnyaneshwar Patil, Prabhulal Pardeshi, and Yashwant Patil are participating in this camp.
Power cuts paralyse
Jalgaon city's Muktai Nagar, Shivaji Nagar and many internal areas witnessed one of worst power cuts scenario in recent times. The electricity outage begun on Saturday midnight was not restored until Sunday evening. Region's furious mob made a protest march to State Electricity Distribution company office to demonstrate worst state of power outages. The Jilha Peth Police considering the severity of situation reached the office and controlled the situation. The company restored the power situation around 9.30pm in night caused mainly due to breakage of supply wires and conductors at two places.
The agony of Jalgaon District having Thermal Power Generation centre is unbearable specially seeing this frequent power cuts and load shedding.
Dhan Trayodashi Greetings from Team Ejalgaon.com
Diwali: An overview of Tradition:
Traditions are golden heritages of our India. Khandesh region's rural area still celebrates Diwali festivity with their traditional process. The festivity preparations begin with cleaning homes, repairing and painting if required. The Rangoli drawing remains one of key attraction of whole festivity with brides in home getting ready and drawing beautiful Rangoli in front of every home. The Diwali begins with 'Karashtami' i.e. Ashtami by worshipping Bhaldevi followed by distributing Sweets in form of 'Khir'. The festive joy continues with 'Baras' of Cows and calf added with worshipping and giving their 'Bajra Bhakar'. The women fast this day and the fasting ends in evening by taking 'Bajra Bhakri' sown by their own hands and eating food that has no touch with iron vessels.
The festivity cheer continues with preparation of Faral items like those that Ghugrya, Anarse, Shev, Shankarpale, Chivda, Sanjori made of Rava - Maida along with spicy Papdya made of pulse in form of spicy Laddu. The married women await invite from their parents as Dasra festivity arrives.
The real cherish begins with Dhan Trayodashi arrival. Every home starts using 'Utane' for 'Abhyang Snan'. The Trayodashi day marks worshipping Goddess Laxmi for blessings and continuing the charm. The Chaturdashi marks killing of evil and hence everyone takes bath before sunset and the one delaying is assumed to moving towards hell.
The Shop owners and traders worships their books of accounts, houses are decorated with Diyas and girls worship all senior male members in family. The festivity ends up with Bhaubeej when sisters adore their brothers and pray for their long lives. Married women go back to their In-Laws house after Ekadashi taking warmth memory of their parents.
The traditions are expunging out but the rural India still works hard to keep them up and pass on their generations.
faces acute LPG Shortage:
Its high season time and "Diwali Faral" preparation is going on in every home. The district is witnessing critical shortage of Home use Liquid petroleum Gas (LPG). The gas once availed easily now has compulsory waiting of 21 days for next refill.
This shortage in high festive time is hurting civilians. The District Supply authorities in order to control this issue launched their massive drive to trace illegal use of this subsidised LPG in commercial applications. The Authorities seized over 200 being illegally used LPG cylinders from Restaurants and Hotels in the district. However, the shortage continues in the region and people have to wait for hours at dealer's offices to get refill of their cylinders.
Sumant Dixit selected in State
Team for National Level Cricket Competition:
Suman Dixit, a student of Class XI from Jalgaon has been selected in Maharashtra State Team for upcoming Under-15 Years Poly Umrigar Trophy National Level Cricket Competition. The competition begins from 06th November. Sumant is among 13 Players selected from around State for this competition.
Thank you everyone: Jalgaon Shop enters Second Year:
Jalgaon Shop, a dream appreciated a year before has entered in its second year of succession. Team Ejalgaon.com wish to thank you all for your continued support, encouragements and patronage bestowed on us. The year marked introduction of various products and services in Jalgaon Shop. Our motto and theme line of offering the best, quick customer service has received many appreciations from all around.
Our unique products like SMS Subscription Services and Computer Kundli have received wide applause from all around the globe. Mahalaxmi Sweets, Flowers, and Chocolates were most busy-keeping order items for our customer service personnel. Globally usable creative stuff like the one Indian Handicrafts is also picking up in volume and Jalgaon shop has spread shine all around.
Established on 23rd October 2004, is now one of premier destination for selling stuff online. We celebrated our Birthday by fulfilling our social commitments by tying up with Jalgaon Children Observation Home for selling their boys and girls made Festival Greeting Cards. All proceeds of this Cards sold will go to welfare of this children.
Thank you once again for esteeming and we look forward to benefaction in coming period as well.
Test for Table Tennis Competition:
Jalgaon Taluka Table Tennis Association in co-operation with Late Chaube Memorable Trust and District Sports Association is organising a District level Competition and selection test for Table Tennis Competition on 30th October. Matches will be played from 3rd November until 7th November at Ahmednagar. For more details and participation, applicants can contact Ekalavya Sports Centre.
"Kharip" Crop rates
"Kharip" Season Crop like Jwari, Bajari etc rates has been declared. There are 29 buying centres in Jalgaon district for purchasing these crops until 31st January 2006.
State Government declared 2005-2006 year's Kharip season high quality (FAQ) crops rates declared as Jwari and Bajari has Rs.525 per quintal rate, Maka Rs.540, Rice Rs.600 and general rice Rs.570.
DM enforces Section 37(1) and 37(3) in Jalgaon:
In order to maintain Law and Order Situation in the District, the Jalgaon District Magistrate has enforced Section 37(1) and 37(3) of Bombay Policy Act, 1951 with immediate effect on grounds of Ramjan Eid on 04th November.
Arde selected in State Level Inter-school Cricket Selection Committee:
Deepak Changdev Arde, a Sports Teacher in L.N. High school has been selected in State Inter-school team Selection Committee for Under-14 age group by Sports and Youth Services Directorate. The competition will be held at Latur and he becomes the first person from District to be appointed in Selection Committee.
Diwali Gift for Jalgaonities: Authorities all set for Octroi Tax enforcement:
In one of most significant steps towards Octroi Implementation, the Aurangabad bench of Mumbai High Court has withdrawn the One Month Stay period earlier given to Corporation for appealing against the Order. The Order came amidst Corporation Authorities filling no willingness to go against the Order in Supreme Court.
The Corporation with suggestions and necessary Government resolutions from State Urban Affairs Ministry is all set now for re-implementing the Octroi Tax with an early GR expected soon.
The Octroi Tax imposition faced critic from business community and the business associations appealed against the order twice and succeeded in staying the taxing. The tax if imposed again will turn to be a Corporation's Diwali Gift for Business community in city. The Business Association however are positive of non-implementation of Octroi Tax that could severely hurt their business.
Patil selected for Archery Competition:
Nitin Madhav Patil, a native of Vitner has qualified for State Level Archery competition by winning Divisional Inter-school Archery Competition in Under-14 age group with 3rd Rank.
Harun Patel gets Valmiki Award:
Daryasagar Social Trust has declared State Level Maharshi Valmiki Best Teacher Award to Harun Patel. Harun, a native of Jalgaon is a teacher in Bambhori High-School.
Revised proposal for National Horticulture Drive for Jalgaon:
The Jalgaon district has received reviewed proposal for National Horticulture Development program for year 2005-06. The reviewed proposal has hefty additional proposal of Rs. 2.32 Crores totalling to Rs. 4.32 Crores. The drive aims at providing basic resources for cultivation of fruits and vegetables, improving standards of fruits, benefiting farmers by sales at market rates. The revised proposal sent via District Magistrate to State Government has provisions for private sector vegetables growing, seeds growing, farmers training, practical training, Green houses etc.
Since the District has Banana as major crop, the proposal suggests for ripening chambers, refrigerator mobile van, earthworm culture unit, "Apni Mandi" proposal.
State Level Kabbadi Competition
inauguration in Dhule today:
Maharashtra State Kabbaddi Association's 32nd Junior State Level Kabbadi Competition and Selection Test are beginning today at Garud Ground, Dhule.
The competition has matches from 27th until 30th October 2005. 46 Boys and Girls teams will participate in this competition. The Dhule city is hosting this competition for first time after 1968. The stadium has arrangement of 25,000 spectators.
gets Rs. 7 Crores for Road repairing:
The State Government in its efforts to provide better road connectivity has issued a grant of Rs. 7.11 Crores to Jalgaon District Council (ZP). The grant includes District headquarter roads, rural roads with approximate road length of 6898kms. The road repairs include 1403kms Paving, 575kms unfit for vehicle roads, 2829kms medium roads and 2092 working roads.
The Year 2005-06 has proposal of 55 village connectivity costing around 16.48 Crores with paving of 133Kms road and 192 other construction activities.
The State Cotton Procurement process is about to begin and the State Cotton buying Authority CCI is in final stages of preparing for the same. The CCI President in his Jalgaon visit on Wednesday took a review of whole process.
The CCI Procurement conducted through Agricultural Produces Committees involves greater amount of time and process. The CCI has announced that it will not buy Wet or mixed cotton and has urged for Special Police Protection at procurement centres. In all there are around 250 cotton procurement Centre in jalgaon, Dhule, Nandurbar and Nashik Districts and all centres will begin procurement from Dhan Trayodashi Muhurat. The CCI has taken over issue of Tokens from Agricultural produces committees for Payment of cotton crop following large number of complaints last year.
The Authorities have noted considerable increase in Crop production this year even with low amount of cultivation as compared to last year. The CCI is in process of urging State Authorities for Single Instalment Payment of all procurement.
Jalgaon DIC celebrates
its 17th Anniversary:
The Jalgaon District Industrial Centre celebrated its 17th Anniversary on Wednesday, 26th October. The Centre has trained around 3500 educated youth in various areas by conducting various seminars and guidance camps. The Centre wide its Entrepreneur Development Program trained 93 candidates of which 49 candidates started their own small scale industries. The Centre wide its Self-Employment programme trained 276 candidates of which 120 started their own work.
Tania Arathun wins Running competition:
Tania Aivar Arathun, student of Kotecha College, Bhusawal has won Fastest Running Player Award in 100-meters category match in Inter-college Sports Competition. She also won Long Jump and 100-metre Relay Competition
announce Diwali Special Trains:
The Railways has announced Special Trains to grab the increasing traffic in Diwali festivity season. It includes two special Trains back and forth from Kolhapur to Nagpur, Pune to Allahabad.
The 18-coaches 0149/ 0150 Kolhapur to Nagpur train starts on 29th October and 5th November. The 0147/0148 Pune - Allahabad train starts on 2nd November. Please refer Railways timetable for detailed information thereof.
New Age Marketing Mantra: Jalgaon Gold now available in Co-operative Societies:
Creativity has no end and it pleases every one. Jalgaon's pioneer Gold Firm Rajmal Lakhichand Jewellers have come up with Gold Coin availed at all branches of Co-operative Societies. The RL and Tapi Co-operative Society tie up now avails its Gold at all major branches. The Gold availed against Order on advance amount will facilitate Gold buyers by large saving their time and huge mob ordering normally seen at Jewellery shops. The scheme floated for temporary period will lead to a new era of marketing solutions in Jewellery business.
Jalgaon is one of famous Gold buying destination for many customers due to its wide variety of items and good quantity stock availability.
Call for registration of Hospitals:
All Hospitals and Maternity homes conducting their routine medical practice need to register themselves with respective administration. Hospital, maternity home registration formalities and details area available with respective Municipal Corporation, Municipal Councils, and with District Council (ZP) Health office for Panchayat level registration.
Festival Special buses for long distance:
The State Transport Corporation has announced additional buses for long route journey for this festive season. All Buses have advanced Reservation facility. The new additional buses include Jalgaon-Akola, Jalgaon-Pune, and Pachora-Paithan. For more details and advanced reservation, please refer nearest ST Office.
Maratha College Team wins Inter-College Handball Competition:
Nutan Maratha College Boys Team and Moolji Jaitha College Girls Team have won Inter-College Handball Competition. Overall, seven teams participated in competition including two female teams.
Selection Test for District Level
District Athletics Association conducted selection test for District Level Athletics Competition on 7th November including 14, 16, 18 and 19 age group students. Match will be played at Aurangabad between 13-15 November.
Club Lifetime Achievement Award:
Smt. Lata Patankar, Dr. Sharad Gopal Kelkar, Ratanlal C. Bafna, Dr.P. D. Jagtap and Dr. Ramesh Baliram Chaudhari will receive Rotary Club's Lifetime Achievement Award from Rotary Club of Jalgaon East on 26th October. The Award honours excellent services in the respective field awarded every year.
Shortage in Girana Pumping:
Jalgaon city's various areas are facing water supply shortage due to very low amount of storage in Dapora Pumping Station. The Authorities have urged District Administration for immediate release of Girana Dam water for overcoming the shortage.
Women Conference Ends:
The 'Swarnim Shree-2005' Two-days State Level Marwadi Small- Scale Entrepreneurs Conference has ended with various cultural programmes and events. The Jalgaon unit has won first prize, Bhusawal won second Prize and Nagpur won third prize.
(ZP) General meeting Report:
The Districts Council General Meeting held on Monday discussed various aspects of Health, Education and Building Work and Hanumantkheda's Majare Dam being most discussed.
The ZP Administration published its year 2004-2005 Annual Administration Report covering details of works as approved by Standing Committees, Village Panchayats.
The Education Committee has approved starting up of a new school in Edgaon Bardi (Phule Nagar) Paldhi (Taluka Dharangaon).
Bhoi Community Youth Introduction Meet:
The Bhoi Community Development Forum is hosting a Bhoi Community and Similar Castes State Level Youth Introduction meet on 13th November 2005 at Bhoiraj Bhavan, Pimprala Yard. For participation and more information, please contact Mr. Shivade, 140, Shahu Nagar, Jalgaon.
Lohar participates in National Level Conference:
Dr.P.S. Lohar, Head of Bio-Technology Department in Arts, Science and Commerce College from Chopda recently participated in National Level Conference held at Secundrabad (Andhra Pradesh). He presented a Paper on "Epidemiology Studies of Malerial Parasites in Jalgaon and Dhulia Districts of Maharashtra".
Easing City Traffic: A Meet on Traffic issues in Jalgaon:
The Jalgaon City Traffic Controls Consulting committee met on Sunday. The meeting discussed various letters and complaints received on traffic issues in Jalgaon. It also suggested on providing Parking Space at Sane Guruji Hospital vacant place to control the increasing vehicle rush in city. The City Traffic controls consulting committee includes District Police, Government Organisations running public services and social clubs.
Sports Authorities conducted Skating Competition from tomorrow:
The District Sports Authority is conducting Inter-School Skating Competition from 25th October on Vidya New English School Ground.
There are Rink One, Rink two, Road One, and Road Two categories in this competition. Matches for 11-14 age groups are on 25th October while 17-19 age group matches will be on 26th October. Please contact Office authorities for more details thereof.
Erandol's Snehal Sonawane appointed as Police Sub Inspector:
Snehal Subhash Sonawane, a native from Erandol has been appointed as Police Sub Inspector. She got various Medals in Athletics Competition for State Level and District Level. In 1999-2000, she has Silver Medal in State Level Sports Competition. As NMU's representative, she has won two medals in Ashmedh Competition. Snehal completed her Primary Education in Jalgaon and Higher Education in Panchagani.
Jagtap appointed as Research Guide:
Prof.Dr.P.D. Jagtap, a Nutan Maratha College History Department's Reader and NMU's faculty Dean has been appointed as Research Guide by Yashwantrao Open University, Nasik. He had edited 'Mulyadhishith Education' and 'Khandesh History' books and has deep interest in Ajanta Caves.
Vaibhav Bhosale succeeds in Cyber Olympiads:
Vaibhav Pradip Bhosale, a student of Rustomji High school has received 103rd Rank from throughout India in State Level Cyber Olympiads Examination.
Jalgaon District Central Co-operative bank earns Rs. 50 Crores:
The District's apex bank facing huge debt burden and losses has recovered exceptionally. The Bank has reported profit of Rs. 50 Crores in this financial year until now. The Authorities announced these figures on eve of its 89th General Meeting on 13th November 2005.
The Bank had total deposits of Rs. 1138.75 Crores in last financial year, which increased to 1213.94 Crores this financial year. The Bank is supplying farmer's loans on its own and has not taken any aid from other banks in last two years. With this profit, bank's Reserved Loss has now touched to 197.53 Crores as compared to that of Rs. 240.57 Crores.
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation
The City Corporation continued its city cleanliness drive for the fifth continued day. The Corporation staff picked away over 70 tonnes of garbage, lightened 65 non-functioning lights. More than 600 corporation employees and staff took participation in the weeklong programme conducted by Corporation.
The Cleanliness drive seen as amongst one of mega events has turned city much cleaner and feel good. However, the cleanliness maintained by both routine staff and citizens along pathway is a habit that whole Jalgaonities need to learn.
hosted "Bhayyasaheb Y. S. Mahajan Lecture Series" in Salva, MuktaiNagar:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon is hosting lectures of various dignitaries under Bhayyasaheb Y. S. Mahajan Lecture Series. BARC Scientist Dr. Sharad kale will deliver a lecture on "Nature and Human" at Salve (Dharangaon) College and Khadse College MuktaiNagar on Monday.
District Children Observation Home Greeting Cards available online:
Team Ejalgaon.com in association with District Children Observation Home and District Collectorate has availed Observation Home Boys and Girls made Greeting Cards online. All funds generated by selling these Greetings Cards online will go to welfare of Children in the Observation Home.
Amongst key features of these Online Greeting Cards is Multi-Colour Offset Printing on 120gms Photo Paper, White Envelope, and Free Doorstep delivery. The Cards also attract bulk discounts of 5% to 15% depending on quantity ordered.
So what are waiting for? Click here to visit Jalgaon Shop and send Diwali and Season's Greeting Cards to your loved ones and help in the Children Observation Home Boys and girls welfare.
Marawadi Women Conference
All India Marwadi Women Association begins its 3-days Regional Marawadi Small-Scale Entrepreneurs Conference and Second Regional Session today in Jalgaon. The meet also inaugurate Association's 'Swarnim Shree-2005' book. Conference includes various cultural programmes. There are over 90 different stalls of various items in this three days event.
Vaishnavi Kale wins State
Level Dandiya Queen Competition:
Vaishnavi Rajesh Kale a native of Pachora city has won State Level Dandiya Queen Competition conducted by Manakeshwar Navaratra Mandal, Zodage (Malegaon). AhmedNagar Team won Final Round and Pachora Team won Consolation Prize.
Soil Water Level Survey Department Report:
The Jalgaon District Soil Water Level Surveying Department in its report submitted to District Administration has reported possible shortage of water in 544 villages and places in jalgaon District. The Report submitted in three phases covers low monsoon aspects in nine taluka in district.
The survey estimates water shortage in 52 villages in first phase from October until December 2005, around 137 villages will face shortage in second phase during January until March 2006 and finally 325 villages will face the acute shortage during April 2006 to June 2006. The Jamner taluka will be most affected with its 116 villages which others below it are Amalner, Chopda, Raver, Erandol, Jalgaon, Bhusawal, Chalisgaon, and Bodwad. The District Administration will now prepare an action and finances plan to tackle with this grim.
selected in Army Camp:
18th Maharashtra Battalion's Junior under Officer Kanchan Zambare, a student of M.J.College has been selected for Army Camp in Delhi. The Camp begins on 23rd October and ends on 4th November. She is amongst 20 NCC cop from Amaravati Division.
Balmohan School's Success:
Pimprala based G.N Chandsarakar Balmohan School's four students have won State Level Award in Drawing Competition conducted by Kalanjali Arts festivity.
The wining students are Ashwini Ashok Bari, Madhuri Suvarnsingh Patil, Chandrasingh Ravindra Patil and Ashwini Dilipsingh Paradeshi. In all 132 students participated in this competition.
Diwali is one of most popular festival for all of us. We celebrate Diwali to welcome Lord Rama. To welcome Diwali, various decorative items, greeting cards, lanterns and different Diyas are purchased in market. With arrival of Diwali festivity, Housewives are busy in work like cleaning house etc. All over the process of making 'Faral' and 'Sweets' is being started. Families go for shopping and then buy crackers to celebrate Diwali.
All Village Panchayats having ended their tenure and those having bye-elections are undergoing election process on 23rd October. The Poll counting is on 25th October at respective Taluka Head Quarters. It includes Yawal taluka's Adawad, Bhalshiv, Borwal and Pimpri added with Amalner's Bahadarwadi, and Khokarpat.
Bye-elections includes Jalgaon Taluka's Mhasawad, Dharangaon taluka's Aher , Yawal taluka's Nimgaon, Chincholi, Chalisagaon taluka's Chitegaon, etc and Amalner taluka's Bohari, Chopda taluka's Vadgaon, Raver's Gaate, Thorgavhan, Janori, Ajanda, Dodhe, Singat, Dasnur, Puri Galwade, Sulwadi, Taskheda, Koloda and Bodwad's Ghankhede, Varkhede.
Association cheers up Octroi decision:
The Districts Business Association in its recent meeting has cheered up the Aurangabad bench decision on not allowing implementation of Octroi Tax in Jalgaon. The meeting also decided to wait and watch for Corporation's strategy and further action over the issue and move accordingly.
The Association Authorities have made up mind to jointly fight against the case till Supreme Court in case if Corporation moves Supreme Court.
Variation unease life:
The Jalgaon region is witnessing a weather change since last week. In last week alone the mercury scale has fluctuated up and down many a times sending uncomforting signals in routine life. There is considerable chill in early morning while afternoon is heating and again late nights with frost. The variation has yielded many common diseases like cough, cold, and fever in some cases.
Another considerable factor in Jalgaon life style is structural designs of Corporation owned markets. Many of corporation markets do not have proper air circulation systems resulting in continuous health related hazards. The frequent power cuts and load shedding makes this life more miserable and gives hard time to work in shops in such conditions.
Team wins Inter-Division Volleyball Competition:
Jalgaon Team has won Inter-Division Volleyball Competition hosted by North Maharashtra University in Dharangaon College. Jalgaon Team won the competition by defeating Dhule Team with 3-2 in final match.
Dr. Desai selected for Best Teacher Award:
North Maharashtra University Languages Department Head Dr. Bapurao Desai has been selected for Best Teacher Award by Nashik based Youth Empowerment Social organisation. The Award ceremony is in second week of November at Kalidas Kala Temple, Nashik. Dr. Desai recently received Award for his book "Lok Sahitya - Sanskriti Darshan" by Pune based Maharashtra Literary Promotion Organisation.
Jalgaon's Lottery winner Pannalal Sonawane receives the Prize Money:
Pannnalal Aananda Sonawane a native of Kanchan Nagar area in Jalgaon has won Rs.7 Crore 37 lacs in Playwin Online Lottery. He received Cheque of Rs.5 Crores 12 lacs after deduction of Income Tax.
The sudden become Millionaire now aim at doing social activities that includes renewing of Hanuman Temple and Shani Temple. He wishes to change lifestyle of his birth place Khedikdholi in Erandol Taluka. He missed his late parents on this golden historic moment in life. His small family has a daughter and son with his wife.
Community's 28th Varsi Festivity begins today:
Thousands of Sindhi community fellows are arriving today in city to attend beginning of 28th Varsi festivity. This festival includes various programmes beginning with Panchamurt Bath at 5am, Havana at 8am and many more at Sindhi Community's Seva Mandal Temple.
Patil and Sachin Patil selected for State Level Shooting Competition:
Gajanann Ashok Patil and Sachin Dattatrya Patil both have been selected for State Level Shooting Championship. Gajanan will participate in 0.22 Rifle while Sachin will play in 0.22 pistol and Air pistol category.
Good Evening Jalgaon:
City's Business Life begins from 10am with all shops, businesses and Government offices starting their work schedule. The life as and if compared to metros and Semis, is bit relaxing with first one hour spent in Banking and Payment collection. The Jalgaon region's business follows a different approach for traders. The Selling traders visit their resellers (mainly Semi-Wholesalers, retailers), take a Tea Break and get their due bills Payment collected. Since Jalgaon is a major trading hub for grains, Tea, Commission agents, these people have frequent Outstation Payment sending requirements. Many co-operative banks, credit societies cashed this utilisation and started offering Demand Drafts, At Par cheques at Commission rates lower than that of Nationalised Banks. Many of these societies started using National Level Online/ Any-branch banking private banker's accounts, offered their at-par cheques for Demand drafts. The new disgusting trend of "At Par cheque/ DD bouncing" started from Jalgaon. Banker having offered cheques from their accounts with little/ insufficient funds started bouncing and the trend has touched its peak with many reputed/ known companies rejecting such kind of at par cheques following no assurance of payments. At times, when Bankers are publicising of no need of going branches nationwide, Jalgaon business fellows spends over hours for depositing cash, cheques, and performing routine business transactions.
The market movement tracking comes next to payments Collection 'Vasuli' and banking work. Many of city's volume traders are routine securities investor and the commodities exchange fever has griped them as well. After spending chunk of time, they now relax a bit and comes Lunchtime from 1pm to 3pm. almost all wholesalers keep their shops closed from 1pm to 3pm for lunch. During lunchtime they update themselves with latest news happenings, stock info etc.
The Post-lunch time is dozing and dull until teatime at 4pm. The banking process finally updated and overlooked with stock markets makes beginning of actual trading and selling activity in bulk. Many resellers visit these wholesalers to check for various new commodities available with them. The Trade session continues until 8pm in night and retail markets until 9pm. The day end activity includes book keeping process and preparing for outstation visits checking. Many wholesalers have routine outstation trips fixed at weekdays. They visit and collect dues along with new orders and return back to home in evening/ night.
The Technology and modernisation in business is yet to touch the grass roots in the region. The Mobile Phone has become a common play item with every trader, most of whom are in learning process of using SMS Messaging for cost effective measures. The Ganeshji Maharaj Account still influences these traders and every shop has 'Shri Ganeshji Maharaj A/c' with virtual donations of Rs. 100/- or so credited every year.
City's Dana Bazar, Navi Peth zone is key work area added by Service Industry players' dominance in VV Market (Golani Complex), Medical Wholesalers (Both Old and New BJ Markets), and Retailers (Central Fule Market and Fule Market) along with private markets.
City's 2 youth moves abroad:
Yogesh Dilip Zawar, an Engineering Student from Pune and native of Jalgaon has moved to Germany for studying M.S. (Chemical Engineering) at University Of Dortmund.
Dnyanesh Mohan Patil a native of Dongar Kathora (Taluka: Yaval) has moved to Russia for Medical Education at State Paediatrics Medical Education Trust, St. Petersburg.
announce Diwali Special Trains:
With Diwali festivity around, the Railways have announced Special Trains to grab the increasing traffic. It includes special trains back and forth from Mumbai to Howrah, Dadar to Varanasi, and Dadar to Lucknow, and Lokmanya Tilak Terminus to Gorakhpur from 21st October until 7th November 2005.
These Trains halt at Bhusaval and Jalgaon Stations. Please refer Railways website for more details thereof.
High Court rejects Octroi Implementation:
The Aurangabad bench of Mumbai High Court has rejected Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation's Octroi Tax enforcement. The Two-Judge bench found non-compliance of Bombay Regional Corporations Act Section 149(3) and hence ordered cancellation of State Resolution and Corporation resolutions to enforce the Octroi Tax collection. The District Business Community filed this plea against Octroi Tax in July.
The Order has spread joy amongst business community while the Corporation Authorities are moving upwards to Supreme Court to appeal against the verdict. The Order has allowed One Month time for Corporation to appeal ahead and during this period the Octroi Tax Collection process remains non-applicable as verdict in earlier judgements.
in Bhadgaon Taluka:
The whole Bhadgaon Taluka witnessed stormy sudden raining on Tuesday afternoon. The sudden raining has damaged standing crops and the losses estimated are worth Lacs.
Maratha College and M.J. College teams win Handball Competition:
Nutan Maratha College Boys Team and M.J. College Girls Team have won Handball Competition hosted by Dhanaji Nana College Faizpur. The Nahata College Bhusawal Team and Shendurni College secured Second rank in the competition.
Jalgaon Evening News: Another milestone approach:
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Business Guidance Camp from Mitcon:
Mitcon Jalgaon Centre is organising a Dairy Business Guidance Camp for Unemployed youths and farming community. A daylong seminar scheduled on 28th October covers various types of Cow and Buffalo information, dairy business in-depth and market opportunities in the field of Dairy business. Please contact MITCON authorities for more details thereof and participation.
Inter School Cricket Competition:
District Cricket Association is hosting Inter-School Challenge Trophy Cricket Competition for Schoolchildren below 16 years age. The competition begins from 7th November and will have participation of 32 school teams. Last date of filling participating request is 22nd October and all matches will be played at Police Parade Ground and MJ College Ground.
High school students win State Award in Drawing Competition:
Hrutuja Deshmukh a student from R.R. High school Jalgaon has won Third rank in State Level Drawing Competition hosted by Maharashtra Foundation Ambejogai in B group category. Varsha Vijay Chaudhari, another student from same school secured Second rank in Handwriting Competition. Swapnil Rajendra Chaudhari, Ritesh Zope, Khushabu Ratnaparakhe, Shital Mungad, Milind Kotwal, Pawan Mawale won Excellence Award in Painting Competition.
Seminar for Educated-Unemployed
The District Industrial Centre (DIC) office is organising a seminar from 20th October until 30th October at various places in city. The Seminar aims at spreading business/ industries/ job opportunities information to students in 18-35 age groups. Candidates with minimum 8th standard Education and residing in Jalgaon District since last 3 years are eligible for this seminar. For more details and participation information, please contact DIC Authorities.
announces Best Teacher Awards for year 2004, 2005:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation has announced its Best Teachers Awards for year 2004 and 2005. In all 22 teachers, 11 per year will get this honour in ceremony on 19th October at Gandhe Hall. The Corporation honours teachers educating in its run schools at various places in City.
North Maharashtra University appoints Information Officer:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon has announced appointment of Information Officer and Assistant Information Officers for information relating to various services, courses offered by it. The Officers appointed as per Central Government's Right to Information Act will help student community, teachers in getting exact and detailed information about various services and courses offered by it.
Patidar Community Youth Introduction Meet:
The Leva Youth Association is hosting a Leva Community Youth Introduction meet on 27th November 2005 in Jalgaon. Last date of filling forms is 05th November. Please contact association office for more details thereof.
Community Varsi Festivity from 20th October:
The Jalgaon Kanvar Nagar Panchayat and Saint Kanvarram Trust are hosting 28th Varsi festivity of Baba Hardasram and 48th Varsi fest of Saint Kanvarram from 20th October until 23rd October 2005. The festivity conducted every year attracts whole India's Sindhi Community and has expected presence of thousands of community fellows.
The eve includes various pious chanting added with literary conference and other amusement meets. The whole Sindhi Colony region takes a Mela form during this four days activity.
School and Samant school teams win District Level Baseball Competition:
Rashtriya School Chalisagaon Boys Team has won District Sports Authorities hosted Baseball competition by defeating Mahatma Gandhi School Bhadli team with 2-0. The Samant School Girls team defeated Rashtriya School Girls team.
Patil gets 'Bhashabhushan Honour':
Shivaji Patil, a Secondary School Teacher at Chincholi village has received Dr. Harivanshrai Bacchan Memorial Hindi Language Promotion honour awarded by Sindhudurg Hindi Promotion council.
Monsoon 2005 review:
The Jalgaon District has witnessed overall 72% raining in Monsoon 2005. The last time arrived raining saved the standing Kharip Crops in the region but could not help on long-term solution to water issues. Around 25,000 well in district are yet to fill with water sending hard signals of water problem in summer 2006. There are over 65,000 well in district used purely for agricultural purposes and these wells cater to water supply of around 60% agricultural land in the district.
Of 81 small sized Lakes in the Jalgaon District, 22 Lakes are still dry contrary to Girana and Hatnur dam with 100% full water. The District Authorities attempt to divert additional water from Girana and Hatnur dam has yielded fruits and Bori, Bhokarbari, and Mahswa dam are now flowing with 50% water storage. The Bahula, Agnavati, and Hivra dam are still dry sending mixed monsoon signs.
witnesses raining, atmosphere chills:
The whole Jalgaon District witnessed sudden raining for over one hour on Saturday Morning freezing the whole region with cold wave. The sudden raining has eased heat and has turned down mercury scale significantly. The farming community may suffer from the sudden raining with its ready crops to face damages. However, this raining will benefit the Rubby standing crop.
Corporation invites proposals
for Local Bus Service:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation has initiated its Tendering process to start Jalgaon city Level Bus Service. The Proposals invited on BOT (Build, Operate, and Transfer basis) gives priority to Co-operative and/ or Private Bus operators over a period of 10 years. It proposes 20 Mini Buses for Jalgaon City traffic smoothening currently dominated by Auto Rickshaws and Two Wheelers.
The State Public Transport Company MSRTC earlier denied to continue its City bus Service running in heavy losses. The ST used to run Buses on nine high Traffic areas like North Maharashtra University, Hari Vitthal Nagar, Mahabal, Supreme Colony, Ayodhya Nagar, and Jalgaon Milk Federation.
The Corporation authorities and local Ministers have urged State Authorities to send Special Aid to city to resolve heavy debt situation and No earnings on Octroi Tax collection. The Administration has tightened its belts to pressurise fast collection of outstanding House Tax amount. The City Private Party Octroi Tax Collection is still under Aurangabad High Court Scanner and the Corporation is eagerly awaiting the Verdict for the same. The Corporation Standing Committee is meeting on 19th October to discuss various proposals.
Kshama Subodh receives 'Natya Bhushan' Award:
IMR College faculty Member Prof. Kshama Subodh has received 'Natya Bhushan' Honour in International Amateur Drama Competition held in Orissa. The Institute's team presented '1947 to AK-47' Play highlighting Indian youths violent turned life style ending with Peace and Non-Violence accord. Institute's another team participated in the cultural dance competition and presented Maharashtra's classical 'Vaghya Murali, Lavani, Gondhal, Jogava' dances. The competition marked presence of teams from Iran, China, Russia, and Bangladesh.
Jaycees Zone Conference from today:
The Jalgaon Junior Chamber Jalgaon is hosting two-day Jaycees Zonal Conference beginning today. The Jaycees Zone XIII comprising of thousands of members hosts its annual conference to perform its routine activities of electing president and other nominees. The conference also highlights honoring seven personalities with Business Achievement Award along with special honor of 3 Jalgaon District achievers. The conference has expected presence of around 600 Jaycees members in both days.
Pratap School team wins Sports Competition:
Maharana Pratap School's student Priyanka Patil and Priti Patil have won 200-meters and 400-meter Corporation Level running competition. School's students Ashok Sharma won 600-meters running competition while Rashmi Tadavi secured Second rank in 100-meters running with Mayur receiving Second & Prashant Patil getting Third rank.
student shine in GATE Exam:
Mukesh Mahendrakumar Bardia, a native of Shelwar (Taluka: Bodwad) has shown remarkable performance in GATE-2004 exam by achieving 99% score. He is a student of Government Polytechnic College Allahabad.
students selected in National Level Competition:
Rahul Sharma, a student from Raisoni English Medium School will participate in Under-17 category Globe Throwing Competition. School's Manish Singh is also participating in under-14 competition to be held at Kurushetra (Hariyana).
Corporation tightens its belt for finances:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation drown in debts has tightened its belt to come out of increasing finances pressure. Amongst tight measures taken are speedy recovery of House Tax and other municipal taxes added with increased pressure on Governmental organisation to pay their dues.
The newly appointed Commissioner has assigned Rs. 8 Crores target of House Tax collection for upcoming two months. The Corporation has Rs. 15 Crores dues outstanding with civilians out of which around Rs. 1 Crore due is with Government/ Semi-Government organisations.
The Corporation has also announced Special Cleanliness Awareness drive from 18th October until 28th October 2005.
D. V. Jadhav receives "Dr. Bacchan" Award:
Nutan Maratha School Hindi Teacher D. V. Jadhav has received Sindhudurg National Language Promotion Council's Dr. Harivansharai Bacchan Memorial State Level Award. Goa State CM recently conferred him this Award for his outstanding services in Hindi Language promotion.
KBC Hero returns empty handed:
Bodwad's Naresh Ahuja has returned from Star Plus famous serial 'Kaun Banega Crorepati' after his shooting. He did not find any chance to seat on Hot Seat. KBC took him by flight from Aurangabad to Mumbai and allocated him stay at Five Star hotel. The day he appeared in KBC had one carry over contestant that took away first 20 minutes and then in very first question a Lady grabbed chance to go on Hot Seat. Her questioning took over rest of the episode sending Naresh back to pavilion with empty-handed memories of KBC and Big B Amitabh Bacchan. His father accompanied him in the show. His KBC shooting broadcasted is yet to come public.
Hard work is pathway to glory and success in life. We come out of our education in a play along mood and when we come out to work, we find it utterly difficult to adjust with the work environment and pressure. Our today's young breed is living and getting educated in times when every activity has media exposure and exploitation. The journey begins with Education where Colleges are supposed to play much crucial role. Students coming out of Graduation and Post-Graduation degrees are not fine-tuned in the environment with all new items surrounding them.
Thirst for improvement and upgradation added with hard work could only help resolving these kinds of issues. Fresher coming out sees limelight and expects more returns on less work, that sometimes ruin their career prospects. Behind every success is a set of efforts added with hard work and waiting period to grab the best of life. Let us not forget the importance of being trained rather than jumping from one point to another.
Days are not far away when the 'Specialisation Trend' arrives. There will be numerous normal service providers but Specialist will always have uplift with his/ her views and experience. Alike Medical field, many fields are under scanner with scope and choice for Experts widening everyday. Speciality is a habit that could only be kept running with Practice to perfection theme.
three shine in State Shooting Competition:
Jalgaon District Rifle Association athletes have shown remarkable performance in 42nd State Air Weapon Shooting Championship. Shailesh Prakash Deore won senior category Open Site Air Rifle Competition with 337 score while Millind Prakash Deore won the Junior category competition by scoring 345 points in the same competition. Kiran Suresh Patil, another vibrant player from Jalgaon scored third rank in this competition scoring 300 points. Jalgaon's 7 athletes participated in this competition.
Markets to remain closed today:
The Jalgaon District's weekly markets held today will remain closed for Goddess Durga idol submerging. District's Nandra Bk, Mahsawad, Vadoda (MuktaiNagar), Bhalod, Hingone, Jamner, Varkhedi, Dhanroa, and Dharangaon have weekly markets on Thursday. The District Magistrate issued this order to maintain Law and Order Situation in the District.
Dasra festivity greetings:
Team Ejalgaon.com wishes warm greetings to all its subscribers and visitors on the auspicious eve of Dasra festivity today. There are three Ravana effigy-burning programmes today in the city. It includes Panchmukhi Hanuman Mandal's programme at Mehrun lake Chowpaty, Suraksha Nagar region's 25-feet high Ravana, and Navi Peth Mitra Mandal's Ravana ablaze in evening.
from the roots: Remand Home juveniles design Greeting cards:
Inspiration added with creativity is key mantra to success and invention. The Jalgaon District remand home teenagers have proved this mantra with one innovative attempt to prove their creativity. This school going students have prepared Paintings and drawings and the same would now be availed as Diwali Greeting Cards with efforts of Remand Home's Public Participation committee and district administration.
The District Magistrate (Chairman of Committee), newly joined Corporation Commissioner, and ZP CEO along with Committee Charge inaugurated these cards on Tuesday afternoon. All these cards will soon be available in our Ejalgaon.com Online Shop and all leading stores in the region.
"Greetings added with Blessings of thousands of remand home students" is theme line of these greetings availed in both Marathi and English with Natural scenery and icons.
touches all time high of Rs. 596, Gold touches 7100 mark:
The Northern Maharashtra Banana has touched all time high rates of Rs. 596 per quintal following heavy demands from Northern India region. The same quality of banana had Rs. 260 per quintal rates in last year season.
The demand widened following continuous festivity of Karva Chauth on 21st October followed by Ramjan Eid, and Diwali coming up. The Raver banana farmers are shipping around 600 trucks per day crop by Railway wagons.
Jalgaon Student gets
Gold Medal in National School Chess Competition:
Central School, NMU Jalgaon student Dhruva Kaushik Shah has won Gold Medal in Under-14 National School Chess Competition held at Chandigarh. Central Schools' another student Hrushabh Rajesh Shah won bronze in same competition. In all 72 candidates from 18 states participated in the match.
Dr. Pravin Gedam joins Jalgaon Corporation:
Dr. Pravin Nilkanth Gedam is Jalgaon city Municipal Corporation's seventh Commissioner who joined on 10th October 2005. Dr. Pravin is a Government Medical College Nagpur passed MBBS Doctor by Profession and he qualified Indian Administrative Services Exam in year 2002. His late father was Police Inspector in Nagpur. He is the first IAS ranked Officer directly appointed as Jalgaon Corporation Commissioner.
Electricity Board announces Diwali Special Load Shedding:
With Navratri festivity all around, the State Electricity Board is witnessing acute power shortage throughout the State. The Company has announced special Load Shedding Plans to control the shortage. The measures include daily 4 hours power cuts in urban areas and 8 hours power cuts in rural areas with effect from 10th October 2005.
The Load Shedding timing implied in two phases of 2 hours each is from 05am to 07am, 18pm to 20pm, 08am to 10am and 20pm to 22pm reminding all of us of dark night streets as shot in Movies.
wishes to Jalgaonities flying abroad:
Paldhi (Taluka: Dharangaon) native Minesh Shrikant Zavar is flying to Philippines for his posting in Software project taken by one of Indian Software companies. He completed his M. Sc. (IT) from NMU Jalgaon.
Jalgaon's Mangesh Vasantrao Deshmukh has been recently appointed as IT Consultant for Tata Infotech's project in Florida USA. He is Ex-student of ZP Boys School Shirsad Sakli (Taluka: Yaval). His father is a Banking officer in JDCC Bank Head Office.
Deepak Thakur in NCC National Camp:
Dharangaon Arts, Science, and Commerce College student Deepak Thakur has been selected for NCC's National camp to be held in Nagaland's Chikabuma city during November end. The camp aims at promoting National integrity by spreading uniformity and taking meets of all of its NCC Unit candidates.
Pravin Gedam appointed as Jalgaon Corporation's new Commissioner:
The Year 2002 batch IAS Officer Pravin Gedam is taking Charge of Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Commissioner Post today from In-Charge Commissioner cum District Magistrate. Before this, he completed his Ratnagiri District's Regional Officer Role.
to think different - Jalgaon's Shilpa Patil qualifies in Sub-Inspector Exam:
Devpimpri (Taluka: Jamner) native Shilpa Gopichand Patil has cleared Police Sub-Inspector Examination recently conducted. Shilpa is an Arts Graduate from MJ College, has also completed M.S.W. Course from Dhanaji Nana Chaudhari Social Works College, had actively worked as NCC Senior Under-Officer, and had recently taken admission to Post-Graduation in Arts.
The Panchmukhi Hanuman Exercise Promoting Mandal is hosting its annual Ravana effigy ablaze activity on Wednesday 06:30pm at Chaupati in Mehrun Lake region. The activity being celebrated every year with financial aid from Corporation marks victory of pious thoughts over evil marks. The Mandal and Corporation has urged all civilians to participate in the joyous eve and commemorate the victory.
and Bhadgaon Taluka in dark:
The Pachora city's 132KVA Sub-station witnessed a major fault resulting in no electricity in whole Chalisgaon, Pachora, and Bhadgaon Taluka rural areas. The fault incurred on Sunday afternoon and repaired in late evening.
Considering the heavy shortage of demand-supply curve, the State Electricity Distribution Company has announced daily 4 hours power cuts instead of earlier 2 hours in urban areas with effect from today.
Jalgaon's two gets Outstanding Engineers Awards:
The Institute of Engineers Nashik Local Centre has announced Outstanding Engineers Awards on the eve of Engineers day. The Award includes Jalgaon's P. R. Bhamre (Chief Engineer, Jalgaon Irrigation Project Circle) winning Engineer's Achievement Award and N. P. Tajane (Lecturer, Godavari Engineering College Jalgaon) winning Lady Engineer's Award. The Award ceremony is on 27th October 2005.
season from 17th November:
The Marriage season and Muhurat halted on 15th July will restart from 17th November 2005 and continues until 06th July 2006. There are in all 65 Muhurat in this season with auspicious 'Tulsi Marriage' fest on 12th November. December 2005 has the most number of Muhurat with other months equating with 5/ 6 days.
Thirty Lac Quintals possible cotton crop in Khandesh region:
The Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) has estimated a whopping 30-lac quintal cotton crop in Khandesh region that includes Jalgaon, Dhule, Nashik, and Nandurbar. The CCI offers Cotton payments as announced by State Government ranging from Rs. 1700 until 2000/-.
Of all four districts, Jalgaon is largest producer of cotton crop with estimates of 17-lac quintal cotton crop this year.
Half Yearly Exam
time tenses school students:
With Diwali festivity about to arrive, student community is facing hard times with announcement of half-yearly exam schedules. The ZP Class I to VII exams are from 15th October until 23rd October while other schools are conducting these exams from 10th October until 23rd October. The Private and ZP Schools Class V to X exams are from 10th October until 23rd October and vacation from 24th October until 10th November 2005. The Corporation schools are conducting Half-Yearly exams from 19th October until 26th October and have announced Diwali Vacation from 27th October until 12th November. The Diwali Vacation begins from 27th October and continues until 12th November.
Jalgaon's Sanjay Chaudhari & B. M. Salunkhe qualifies for National Swimming Competition:
Jalgaon District Senior Water sports Association athlete Sanjay Chaudhari and B. M. Salunkhe have qualified in 35-40 years age group National Swimming competition to be held on 22nd October at Rajkot. Sanjay qualified for this competition by winning 100mtrs and 50mtrs backstroke competitions with first and second ranks respectively. Salunkhe won 100mtrs Medley Relay competition.
Railways announce Diwali
With Diwali festivity all around, the Railways have announced Special Trains to control the increasing traffic. It includes special trains back and forth from Mumbai to Howrah from 09th October 2005. The 2859A, 2860A Mumbai CST - Howrah weekly train starts from 09th October and runs until 27th November 2005 with halts at Bhusawal for both side trains. Please refer Railways website for more details thereof.
Various competitions from Social Forestry Department:
The State Social Forestry department is conducting various competitions to promote importance of forestry in college youths. The competitions include Essay Competition, Drawing Competition, Elocution Competition, and Drawing Competition for Schoolchildren. All competitions attract certificates and good prizes.
Please contact department authorities for more details thereof.
without Border" International Poster Competition:
The Lions Club is hosting a nationwide poster competition on Peace without Border on 09th October for 11 to 13 years age group. The competition attracts Local as well as International Awards. The First Prize for International Winner is 2500 US Dollars along with Certificate and Paid trip to United Nations New York Summit along with two family members. The competition also has consolation price of US Dollars 500 for 23 other entries. On Local Level, the first Prize is Rs. 1001 followed by Rs. 501 as Second Prize Money and Rs. 301 third prize added with Rs. 51/- consolation price for 10 top rated drawings.
'Garba Ramva Aao' - Navratri cheers spreads all around:
The Navratri festivity is in peak time with youth celebrating and enjoying the Dandiya and Garba in large groups. Many social organisations have hosted Dandiya Competitions in city's areas like G. S. Ground, Navi Peth, B. J. Nagar etc. Youth in friend circle attend the eve with Dandiya dressing matching their profile.
The Supreme Court's recent order has controlled the time span of this activity and has largely guarded the volume/ solution pollution incurred by this kind of activity.
Dr. Ramprakash to attend fourth World Congress of Cellular and Micro Biology:
Jalgaon's Dr. Bendale College Faculty Member Dr. Ramprakash has left Jalgaon to attend fourth International World Congress of Cellular and Micro Biology being hosted in France. He is Deputy In-Charge for one symposium and Chairman for one Conference in this meet.
Raver's Chandrashekhar Chaudhari
in National Weight Lifting Competition:
Chandrashekhar Chaudhari, an athlete from Raver is participating from State Team in National Weight Lifting Sub-Junior Category Competition at Chattisgarh. He qualified for this competition by winning in State Sub-Junior Competitions at Sangli.
Maharashtra University October 2005 Exams:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon has announced Examination schedule for October 2005 exams. The Exams begins from 17th October at around 21 Centres in Jalgaon, Dhule, and Nandurbar Districts with three flying squads one each for every district.
Starting with exam for all Graduate courses i.e. B. Sc., B. Com, B. A., B. Ed., B. P. Ed., exams end with PG courses. There is a week gap for Diwali Vacation in the first week of November. The SY B. Sc. Exams begin on 08th November, TY B. Com exams begin from 09th November, SY B. A. Exams begin from 12th November, MBA, MSC, MCA, MA, Engineering exams begin from 22nd November. Exams are in two time sessions i.e. morning session 10am to 1pm and afternoon session has 2pm to 5pm exams. Practical exams are from 03rd October until 11th October.
Please refer respective College, University Notice board for detailed timetable thereof.
Corporation Standing Committee Chairman Election:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Standing committee election process conducted on Tuesday witnessed a strange change with one of ruling NCP candidates remaining biased in the Chairman election. Her bias mode resulted in BJP candidate winning the Chairman Post with just one vote difference.
The election process begun at 11AM with tight Police security. The Polling process was conducted in Public Consensus manner. The unexpected result caused sudden rage in candidate supporters loosing the race resulting in stone pelting and slur to each other. The whole drama continued until evening. Upcoming few days could turn to be crucial for Corporation rulers with minor chances of dissolving by ruling NCP on loosing confidence in its members.
buying from Dhan Trayodashi:
The State Government is starting its year 2005-06 Cotton procurement drive from Dhan Trayodashi at around 250 centres in the State. Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) through NAFED enacts as media of procuring State's cotton.
Jalgaon District is one of largest cotton producers in the State with its majority farmers enjoying good cotton crop due to fertile soil.
Jalgaon District's five
Villages to get 'Maha Jal' water scheme:
District's Parambi (Tal: MuktaiNagar), Amalgaon (Tal: Amalner), Adgaon, Odhere, Sevanagar (Chalisgaon) will receive State's 'Maha Jal' water scheme. The District Council (ZP) approved the scheme having expenditure budget of around Rs. 80 Lacs. The ZP also approved installation of drinking water tanks in 127 ZP Schools under the Prime Minister Gramoday Scheme. The scheme has Rs. 27,000 contribution from ZP aid while rest 3,000 from Public contribution totalling to Rs. 30,000 per tank estimated cost. The ZP has also urged Panchayats to promote the Hygiene facilities by offering Rs. 18,000 aid for building up toilets in every village.
Jalgaon's athletes shine in Divisional Swimming Competition:
Jalgaon's students have shown outstanding results in Inter-division School Swimming competition recently held at Nashik. The competition had participation of teams from Thane, Dhule, Nandurbar, Jalgaon, and Nashik Districts. Jalgaon's Payal Arvind Maheshwari won second rank in 200 meters and third rank in 100meters while Amruta Uday Sonawane won second rank in 400 meters in Under-17 girls category title.
In boy's competitions, Jaydeep Pralhad Sonawane won third rank in 200mtrs with Pushkar Madhukar Patil winning third rank in 400mtrs along with Vishal Bapu Pendharkar winning Third rank in 100mtrs and 200mtrs competitions.
With this win, both Payal and Amruta qualify for the State Level Competition to be held at Parbhani.
Banana touches Rs. 525 mark:
Following very good internal demand, the Raver Banana rates touched all time high of Rs. 525/- per quintal. The rates considered as highest rates in last 25 years is mainly due to good festive season of Navratri and Ramajan added with low supply from other banana producing zones following deluge.
another lucky guy to participate in KBC-2:
Bodwad's trader Naresh Govardhan Ahuja is Jalgaon's another lucky guy participating in 'Kaun Banega Crorepati 2' the mega show. His shooting and Hot-Seat Quizzing is scheduled on 10th October at Mumbai. He has received KBC's Air Ticket from Aurangabad to Mumbai along with stay at Five Star Hotel along with his father.
He is District's second youth to get selected in KBC. Before him Jalgaon's Manish Navlakhe participated in the KBC-1 and won good prize. His Hot Seat Shooting broadcast date is not yet finalised.
Debating Competition ends in Chalisgaon:
The Chalisgaon College hosted State Level Elocution and Debating Competition ended with good number of colleges participating in the programme. The Chalisgaon College won the first prize in the Elocution competition followed by Maniyar College with Second rank. In all 56 candidates participated in the Debating competition while 36 participated in the Elocution.
Ahmednagar's Ganesh Shinde won the first prize in Individual category followed by Nashik's Niharika Deo winning second prize and Amalner's Asha Patil securing third rank.
Salutation to Nation's father and non-violence Noble Mahatma Gandhi on eve of birth Anniversary
Planning and Development Council meeting:
The DPDC conducted its meet after a span of 2 years to consider various development issues of district. The meeting chaired by district parent minister with presence of all MLA from District, and District Council heads discussed various implementation issues of district.
Amongst topmost issues includes aiding Government Engineering College facing acute funds shortage for its building and other regulatory expenses. The College has also received a show-cause notice from AICTE on eliminating affiliation on grounds of Low/ no infrastructure resources. Two year before, the College reduced its intake seats for not providing adequate resources to its students as per the AICTE norms.
The body also considered non-receipt of non-teaching grants since last 4 years, closure of various Animal care hospitals, rural electrification process hung up since last 3 years, approval of over 8,000 farmer's pumps, 96 rural water supply schemes, 77 road development plans pending due to funds shortage.
The Meet approved last year development activities and had a draft proposal on district's 2005-06 development plans worth Rs. 55 Crores 14 Lakhs 56,000 rupees. The District has yet to receive this fund. The meet also published "Jalgaon District brief Statistics" booklet. It also honoured Parola Council with cash prize worth Rs. 3 Lakhs for outstanding performance in year 2004-05 Saint Gadgebaba Village cleanliness drive.
The district had Rs. 52.77 Crores provision of which it received just Rs. 40.79 Crores and expedited Rs. 33.55 Crores until March 2005 end. The Meet concluded with urge to District Parent minister to provide adequate funds for various development activities.
standing Committee Chairman Election:
The Jalgaon city Municipal Corporation standing committee Chairman Election is on Tuesday, 04th October. With both ruling party alliance and opposition in equal numbers, the election has turned out to be one of critical ever in case candidates get equal votes and no alliance members make a out of turn deal.
Both NCP & BJP alliance have eight each members in standing committee and two NCP candidates while three BJP candidates have filed their nominations in the election. The Corporation Commissioner along with State's policy on this issue would stand equally crucial in finalising the election in such a case.
State orders DM to take additional Charge of Corporation:
The State Authorities have ordered Additional Charge of Corporation commissioner to District Magistrate with effect from today. The order came amidst Corporation's existing Commissioner retiring on 30th September.
The Corporation Authorities and all staff gave a farewell party to outgoing Chief and gave a warm welcome to new DM cum Commissioner. The city expects new Commissioner well known in region for his water crisis resolving, to resolve city's drinking water supply issue. The new DM is taking a meet of all officers to review development activities going on in corporation.
gets Rs. 52 Lakhs for Banana farming promotion:
The Central Government wide its national drive to boost production of various fruits in Country has announced a special grant of Rs. 52 Lakhs to promote banana production in Jalgaon district. Out of this 52 Lakhs, Yaval & Raver will jointly get Rs. 42 Lakhs grant. The aid distributed in form of Rs. 30,000 per year to beneficiary farmers for 3 years, has target of 350 hectares area under banana cultivation.