'Ala re Ala - Paaus Ala':
The Monsoon's best experience is here. All 3 districts of Khandesh witnessed rain pouring on Wednesday evening for more than 2-3 hours. The raining has spread joy amongst farmers and they have speed up cultivating crops. The raining also has significantly increased Girana dam's water storage by whopping 6% reducing worries of drinking water problems in the region. The Yaval Taluka remained most benefited taluka in Wednesday raining with 65mm raining recorded.
The nearby Dhule and Nandurbar districts also witnessed good raining in last 2-3 days pleasing whole of Khandesh region this time. The raining also disrupted Railway Traffic due to heavy raining in Gujarat belt.
- Another twist to Octroi Issue:
The Aurangabad High Court bench hearing a petition filed by Dhule residents to cancel the Octroi Tax announced its verdict of cancelling Corporation's Octroi collection as it's improper to levy Octroi without making proper modifications in Corporation Acts enacted by State Government.
The same Order if implied to Jalgaon would drop in the Octroi for another 3-4 months as the cash-crunch State Government would take that much time to enact new laws. The bench will hear another petition filed by Jalgaon Businessman on 01st July 2005 that challenges the implementation grounds of Octroi Tax.
Chaitanya to be honoured in Pune:
Chaitanya Narendra Mahajan, a Class X student from R. R. High School will be honoured on 03rd July in a function at Pune hosted by C-DAC. He is amongst top 14 Urban Maharashtra Talent Search Exam passing students. He secured 13th rank throughout the State by scoring 190 out of 250 marks.
Monsoon bliss Khandesh with Showering:
The whole of Khandesh region witnessed monsoon showering throughout Tuesday. The showering raining eased farmer's tension and chilled environment further. The Bhusaval Taluka remained most benefited until now followed by Yaval, Bodwad, Dharangaon, Chalisgaon, Raver, Amalner, Parola, and Chopda. The showery raining continued throughout the night in Dharangaon and Jalgaon city.
starts M. Tech Course:
Khandesh region's Education hub North Maharashtra University Jalgaon has started M. Tech Course in VLSI Technology with initial intake capacity of 20 seats. The UGC sponsored M. Tech Course has minimum eligibility of B. E. or B. Tech with 60% marks and a valid GATE score and last date of admission is 11th July 2005. Please refer NMU website for more information thereof.
Masters, School Teachers and students to get Health Education:
The Maharashtra Government under its programme 'SALSEP' is conducting Health awareness education in schools. The programme covers broader aspects of health education that includes Sex Education, information about viral diseases etc. The activity will be conducted from 11th July until 13th July in each and every school of District in association with District Council (ZP). The expert panel will first educate School Heads and those will further teach their teachers and staff members to promote the health aspects amongst student community.
District Farmers worries: Kharip Crop plantation time table disrupted:
With the auspicious Mruga Nakshatra going empty, the farmers in district are annoyed and in panic of selecting crop suiting to this low monsoon raining. Normally the district witnesses raining by 7th June every year and this year there has been very low or no raining throughout the district. Around 7 Lakhs hectare area in district is ready with Kharip plantation.
According to Agricultural ministry, the farmers can cultivate cotton and Jwar until 7th July and if there is no raining in coming 7 days, then it may severely trouble the economy here. The annoyance factor may also result in lower crop plantation and thus low yield.
tribal community attacks on Chopda Police jeep: 3 Policeman injured:
A group of Policeman went to seize goods kept by a tribal thief were attacked by resident tribal community in Dhawada of Sendhwa in MP. The Chopda Police team went along with that offender faced attacked by the community causing injuries to an API and 2 constables. The Police in reply air fired with their pistols caused injuries to 2 of them.
Essay writing competition:
The Jalgaon Taluka Primary Teachers Association is hosting a District Level Essay writing Competition for Class 5th to 7th Students on topics like 'Majha Avadta Neta', and 'Majhi Aai', 'Majhi Shala'. The writing attracts First Prize of Rs. 201/-, Second Prize of Rs. 151/-, and third prize of 101/- along with 5 consolation prizes for students. For Essay submission and more details contact: District Primary Teachers Building, Near Natraj Theatre Jalgaon.
Village Cleanliness Drive:
A State Level Committee comprising of various panel members is arriving today in Jalgaon District to visit Vadgaon Bk (Chopda) to assess its cleanliness drive mechanism. The Panel comprises of Nagpur Corporation Commissioner and team of state authorities. This panel will also be visiting Bornar (Bhadgaon) to see its system followed for cleanliness drive. Both Vadgaon and Bornar secured first rank in State Village Cleanliness drive on Divisional Level.
Broadband Internet connectivity: A new arena of communication arrives in Jalgaon:
Jalgaon has another reason to rejoice on technology front with starting of Broadband connectivity 'Dataone' by BSNL. The BSNL officials formally launched the connectivity in the city by giving connections to 3 of its wait listed customers. The Connectivity offering speed ranging from 256kbps until 1mbps uses ADSL Communication. The Jalgaon BSNL office has initial technical feasibility of allocating 40 connections and has decided to give first preference to its 'Business Plan' opted users. It will offer Home Plans opted users in second phase probably in coming 3 months.
The Broadband setup installed by Chinese Telecom major Huwaye uses ADSL modem to connect internet over WAN network on same existing telephone line with help of data and voice splitting instrument. Being initial setup, it has yet not that expected speed as BSNL's tariff plans promised for.
The arrival of Broadband connectivity will boost use of latest communication facilities like Telephony, Video Conferencing, Electronic Commerce, and E-Banking. It also may invite various plights like Hacking, abuse of media, spamming etc.
The SIFY I-way, VSNL are also planning to offer Broadband internet connectivity in Jalgaon and the region soon hope to get variety of choices to select from the best quality service provider.
Admission Season: Time
Getting admission in schools/ colleges has been a cumbersome experience for everyone. With all exams result out finally, the admission season is once again in full flow with youth reaching colleges for more and more information and further process.
Amongst most flowing and demanding admissions is Class XI where Merit Listing has become a commonly adopted system and the Merit percentile closes not less than 60% or so. Career after Class 12th has been toughest selection for youth. Engineering, Medical, and now technical or business education are in full demand. Local News Media is full of attractive Advertisements from Educational Institutions. Government colleges and Institutions are also not behind in the race and are equally attracting the skills.
Considering the increasing awareness of education, many the Colleges have also designed their websites and offer facilities like Online Application, Resources information etc. Many colleges have setup special admission cell to take care of heavy admission rush.
The N. Mukto group has won 24 out of 30 seats of 5 educational boards each with 6 seats. The Second round of poll counting ended yesterday with announcement of all 30 seats result. The senate seats poll counting is scheduled on tomorrow i.e. 27th June, 11am onwards.
Hip-Hip Hurray: Jalgaon District's 49 students in SSC Merit List:
The whole of Jalgaon District has a reason to rejoice with 49 of our SSC students in Nashik Division Merit list of 103 students. Jalgaon's L. N. High School student Sanket Sudhir Joshi and St. Joseph Convent school student Sonali Laxminarayan Patil both securing 91.86% and achieving Second rank in Nashik Division and First rank in Jalgaon District. R. R. School student Arpita Bhaskar Panpatil secured 90.40% and stood First in whole of Nashik Division in Backward Class category students.
The Jalgaon District students scored 59.85% result in this exam and also dominated the Merit list. Many of our students topped in various subjects making it one of best results in last 5 years. St. Joseph School student Sonali Patil achieved 83 marks in English subject, LN High School Student Girish Chaudhari achieved 99 marks in Sanskrit Subject and Sanket Joshi secured 144 marks in Social Science, New English School Fattepur student Bhushan Firke scored 93 marks in Hindi-Sanskrit subject and these 4 secured First ranks in their respective subjects in Nashik
In all 54520 students from 623 Secondary Schools appeared for SSC Exam 2005, and of these 30731 students have passed out. The Girls outshined boys by scoring passing percentile of 62.91% while boys had 57.62% passing. Dhule's Shraddha Shinde secured first rank in the Division by securing 92.40% marks. Out of 623 Schools, 82 schools have result below or equally to 30% while 7 schools have 100% result. These schools are Ujjwal English Medium School Jalgaon, St. Teresa Convent School Jalgaon, Sadguru Public School Chopdai (Amalner), Biyani English Medium School (Bhusawal), R. S. Adarsh Vidyalaya Bhusawal, Rajeev English School Parola, and Maharashtra Vidya Mandir Waghoda (Raver).
In Talukawise performance, Bhusawal Taluka is in top of list with 75.24% passing, Raver at second place with 72.52% followed by Jamner with 68.96%. The Jalgaon taluka is on last rank with 42.50% while Jalgaon city has 67.60% passing all aggregating to 59.85%.
Many of scholar students have shown their interest in Engineering, Medical, and Civil and Administrative Services. With SSC results out, the Class XI Admission process begins from today with colleges offering attractive resources and facilities to catch the most of students.
raining spreads joy:
The much awaited monsoon pouring finally showed its presence in Jalgaon city on Friday evening. The city witnessed raining for more than 1 hour around 5pm. The rainfall eased humidity and further reduced temperature.
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation General
Meeting on 29th June:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation has announced its General Meeting#3 on Wednesday, 29th June 2005 at 11am in 17-story Administrative Building. Amongst topics on agenda are starting up Class VIII Urdu Medium in Corporation owned School, converting reservation of Hospital to Shopping complex at old Sane Guruji Hospital Building place, fixing policy for sales of Corporation built houses on Mehrun Highway, building up Swami Vivekananda Shopping Complex at old Khwajamiya vacated space, offering free space to Hindi High School for its educational activities.
S.S.C. 2005 result today:
The much awaited SSC Exam 2005 results are being announced today. The Maharashtra State Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board will announce this result on 3pm on its website and the same will be available in college in afternoon.
The last date of filling recheck applications and filling October 2005 exam forms is 4th July 2005.
599 schools gets Rs. 3 Crores grant:
In order to promote quality of education and ease of availability of various instruments, the State Government has sent Rs. 3 Crores grant in all to 599 Schools in Jalgaon. Every school will receive Rs. 50,000 as Aid for this promotion in primary education.
Trophy 2005 in Jalgaon on 03rd July:
The Maheshwari Community Jalgaon is hosting a District Level Maheshwari Trophy 2005 competition to promote community skills on 03rd July at JDCC Bank Hall. The competition has various events that include Cultural events, skills exposure etc. Please contact Community heads for participation and more information on or before 27th June 2005.
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation announced Alternate day water supply:
The Jalgaon Corporation has announced every alternate day drinking water supply for whole of Jalgaon city. The Order comes in immediate effect with the Corporation receiving Girana dam's another release. District's another water reservoir, Hatnur dam has turned 0 with all of its available stock being utilised.
The Corporation authorities look forward to good monsoon ahead and hope to continue the same pattern in coming period.
starting of 'Data One' Broadband Internet Service:
The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd has announced starting of its Data One Broadband internet connectivity in Jalgaon city. The company will offer around 200 connections in first phase in Residential and business categories in various speed beginning from 256kbps until 2mbps.
The Broadband arena will bring in a whole new revolution in Information technology field and is expected to give huge monthly incomes to the company.
'Vigyan Mail' Train to promote
to Science & Technology:
The Central Government Science and Technology department has started a special Train 'Vigyan Mail' to promote Science and technology throughout the Country. The Train travels throughout the Nation and exhibits capabilities and inventions of science.
This train has arrived at Bhusaval Railway Station and will be available for display from 24th June until 26th June 2005 at Platform No 8. This exhibition is free of charge for all and Railways has urged everyone to visit this unique exhibition.
in Education Admission:
The Jalgaon District has 437 seats in 9 various colleges for the Diploma in Education course. The Admission process for this course begins on 27th June 2005 and last date of forms acceptance is 5th July 2005.
'Khandesh Jungles safer' shows Animals populace count:
The Forestry authorities recently announced statistics about animals in Khandesh forestry has shown signs of relief. The Year 2005 counting if compared to 2001 counting, shows positive growth in animal's count. The region has 4 lions (all in Jalgaon division) as compared to earlier 3, 24 leopards in Yaval Forestry as compared to earlier 22, and 566 peacocks as to that of 300 in last count, 256 fox as compared to earlier 183, and various others.
With Monsoon showering yet to turn pouring, the district remote places continue to witness drinking water shortage. The District administration has reported 94 villages on Tanker water supply and many further the pathway of shortage. Around 10 dam in Northern Maharashtra region are in Zero Stock sending alarming signals of shortage if good monsoon raining doesn't arrives.
The Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education has announced results of various Diploma Courses for exam conducted in April-May 2005. Those finishing ITI can directly get admission to Second Year of Diploma. The Board has also revised the Fees structure for the exam and has announced free education to all backward class community students.
Maharashtra University Board elections tomorrow:
The NMU authorities are holding elections for 12 Senate seats, 30 Education Council seats on Thursday, 23rd June. There are 8 polling centres in Jalgaon, 5 in Dhule, 4 in Nandurbar districts. There are 6 each seat for 5 different Education Councils.
Chalisgaon: The City of Hard working youth:
The name 'Chalisgaon' itself applauds its community power of 40 villages in all. The hard working youth of this city is centred in between Jalgaon, Dhule, and Aurangabad District is outshining the district. The city in recent years has turned to be a manpower hub especially in terms of Computer Hardware Engineers. Thousands of its sons are working throughout India on various roles of Computer and Electronics Hardware Engineers.
The city has performed exceptionally well in various academic results as well that include HSC, MHT-CET, MTS exams. 5 of its students were in State HSC Merit list of Arts faculty of which Sharayu Pawar, a girl from Rashtriya College secured First rank in whole of Nashik Division. Not just the Chalisgaon city, but its remote village girl students are performing exceptionally well.
The Chalisgaon city's major income resources include Agricultural Income and routine trade. The Drinking water supply, Electricity still remains their most annoying topics. The youth begins his morning with Railway "Up Down" in between his job point and home town and ends his night doing some 2-3 side works to earn his bread.
tanker rams on near Paldhi: Traffic disrupted:
A BPCL Gas tanker moving on Highway turned on near Paldhi causing traffic disruption on the high traffic National Highway on Monday morning. The Company authorities took around 1 hour to stop the Gas leakage and clear almost 3-4kms traffic queue on both sides of highway.
Raining continues to spread joy:
The Monsoon rainfall continues to spread joy amongst District's majority farming and common community. The region witnessed showery raining on Sunday evening for an hour followed by cool air breeze relaxing from humidity.
The Jalgaon region has majority of population depending on farming and as an effect most of them are now a days busy in readying their farms for cultivating crops. Once heavy raining arrives, they cultivate various grains and commodities and wait for good monsoon ahead.
District's 5 cricketers
selected for National Competition:
Jalgaon District's 5 cricketers namely Shaikh Shakil, Nilesh Rane (both from Bhusawal), Naresh Lokhande (MuktaiNagar), Tausif Khan, Juber Girase (both from Pachora) have been selected for Under 19 Years Age Group 14th Sub-Junior National Tennis Ball Cricket Competition to be played in Pune from 24th until 27th June 2005.
Welcome Monsoon 2005:
The Monsoon 2005 has finally arrived in the whole Northern Maharashtra region with welcome showering blessed on Saturday late night. The Monsoon arrived with cloudy and high speed winds all around. 11 people were injured in roof collapsing due to this high velocity winds in Sangvi of Parola taluka and Shidwadi and Daskebardi of Chalisgaon Taluka.
The Yaval Taluka remains one of most benefited in terms of rainfall until now with 39mm raining traced by Chalisgaon with 38mm, Bhusawal with 33.2mm, Dharangaon with 30mm. MuktaiNagar and Bodwad are two taluka that haven't had any raining until now.
Nupura Chandorkar gets Fourth Prize on National Level in Classical dance:
Jalgaon's dance talent Nupura Chandorkar has won fourth prize in recently held National Talent Search 2005 competition organised by All India Cultural Association at Pune. She was amongst 850 participants in this competition having Katthak, Bharat Nattyam, Odyssey, Ekal Dance, Classical Dance, Couple dance, Multi-language drama, and group dance competitions.
Nalini Jadhav to lead State Softball Team:
Nalini Jadhav, an athlete from Jalgaon will lead Maharashtra State Girl's Softball Team for National Junior Softball Competition to be played in Delhi from 21st until 26th June 2005.
The Girl's Team also includes Madhura Kurubhatti, another athlete from Jalgaon as team member while Meghshyam Shinde as Trainer. The Boys team include Jalgaon's Millind Alande as Trainer for the competition.
Standing Committee Meeting: Clears 15 topics on Agenda
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Standing committee meeting passed 15 various topics on agenda that includes various drinking water supply management related topics and importantly the JDCC Bank Rs. 59 Crores Loan Repayment. The Committee unanimously passed resolution to open up an Escrow account and send a resettlement proposal to the Bank for reorganising the Monthly Instalments.
Raining Pleases Atmosphere:
After delay of a whole week, the Jalgaon region witnessed first medium showers on Friday evening. The raining pleased the climate and eased humidity being witnessed since last week. The Monsoon showering is expected to arrive in the region within 2-3 days. Jalgaon, Amalner, and Chalisgaon were 3 most rain benefited taluka.
Result on 24th June:
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education will announce SSC Results 2005 on 24th June 2005. Thousands of students are awaiting the result eager that could form that pathway to future.
Electricity UP and Down continues in District:
The whole of Jalgaon District continued to witness frequent Electricity cuts throughout the day. The DeepNagar Thermal Power Station to Malkapur route Current Transformer bursting caused no electricity in 5 districts that includes Jalgaon. The 132KVA C.T. caused no Electricity for more than 3 hours from 9pm onwards in Jalgaon city, Jalgaon Taluka, Bhusaval, Erandol, Dharangaon, and Parola.
community fury on Octroi Tax Implementation:
The confederation of Business Associations meeting has generated fury over ways of Private Party Octroi Tax Implementation. The Association quotes that the private party collection begun on 11th June charges all incoming goods on Market rates and does not consider the margin factor.
DIC announces availability of Prime-Minister Rojgar Yojna funds:
The DIC office Jalgaon has announced starting of Prime Minister Rojgar Yojna (PMRY) application acceptance for year 2005-06. The scheme offers employment opportunities for Educated Unemployed Youth of age group 18 to 35 (45 years for Reserved/ Ladies) with funds up to Rs. 2 Lakhs. Those applying should have minimum 8th Pass qualification and should be resident of Jalgaon District for at least last 3 years and his/ her family income should not be more than Rs. 40,000.
athletes in Indian Flying Dish Team:
Jalgaon's 3 athletes participated in Indian Flying Dish Team's winning performance recently played in Kathmandu (Nepal). Siddartha Patil, Shankar Sonawane, and Anurag Jain were 3 athletes playing for Indian Team that defeated Nepal team in final and won the Invitational Flying Dish Competition by 16-6 and 16-4.
and Colleges go on Strike on 01st July:
All Schools and Colleges in Maharashtra State are going on a day token strike to protest hefty pressured paper based performance appraisal process 'SAC' implementation decision by State Government. The Maharashtra State Educational Societies Association announced this decision in its meeting held in Jalgaon. The Association further stressed that if State Government is ready to pay 50% of School Accreditation Council Expenses, then only schools and colleges will opt in for SAC Appraisal.
The Meeting had attendance of Jalgaon, Dhule, and Nandurbar District Schools and College heads.
kills father to save Mother's life:
Amongst one of most deteriorating social life style today, a daughter killed her drunken 45 Years old Father to save her mother's life. The incidence took place in Betawad Bk of Jamner Taluka where Bharti Pardeshi, a 16 years old daughter countered her father's head with sharp pointed device when he was forcing her mother to give money for wine.
The wine drinking has become common life style of man doing laborious jobs and those working in State Electricity departments. These people, when not supplied with money to fulfil their toxic habits, slurs family focussing on community's one of worst fact sheet.
Jalgaon students shine in CET Results:
Jalgaon's Engineering, Medical aspirant students have shown remarkable performance in CET Results announced on Tuesday. MJ College's 55, Nutan Maratha College's 9, Bendale College's 7 students are with Merit Performance. MJ College student Bhushan Pradeep Jain has secured First rank throughout the Jalgaon District and sixth rank throughout the State by securing 188 marks in CET and Chalisgaon's Girish Velish securing Second and Mohini Patil with third rank.
The Jalgaon District had an average of 14mm raining since 01st June in form of pre-monsoon showering. The Bhusawal and Yaval taluka remained most benefited in raining until now while Muktai Nagar, Bodwad taluka having low percentile. The District has an average of 690.28mm raining every year and it crossed this mark last year.
announces Election Schedule:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon has announced schedule for Election of 10 seats from Registered Graduates. The Authorities will publish final Listing on 12th July and last date of filling nominations is 16th July followed by scrutiny.
The Polling is on 07th August from 9am until 5pm followed by counting on 09th August 2005.
Rain pouring throughout Jalgaon District:
The whole of Jalgaon District witnessed one of the best pre-monsoon raining on Monday night. The raining begun on around 9pm with sky bursting, high wind flow and continued throughout the night. The sudden heavy raining damaged Electricity transformers in many parts of district turning them into dark. There was no electricity throughout the night in many parts while many parts had frequents in and out of electricity. The 132kva MIDC sub-station's one of Transformer busted in afternoon causing no electricity for over 6-8 hours in Jalgaon city and other residential parts. Troubles continued with Golani Market Transformer busting around 10pm cutting electricity of other major portion of city. The dilemma continued throughout night with MSEB staffs busy in keeping things up. The No electricity factor caused No water supply in many parts spreading panic all around.
A 22 Years old youth from Waghali (Chalisgaon Taluka) died due to sky bursting while many grass shade built houses in Bamnod faced damages due to this raining. The rainfall continued to damage standing banana crop in the region. The Yaval taluka has reported loss of around 10 Crores agricultural worth in this last week raining. The nearby Dhule and Nandurbar also witnessed this pre-monsoon rainfall. The Dhule Taluka has reported 15-20 houses being damaged and crop loss.
CET Result today:
The Directorate of Medical Education & Research is announcing CET 2005 Result today. The Exam conducted on 12th May had 4881 aspirants from Jalgaon region.
Time to turn
North Maharashtra's 10 dams turn Zero Water stock
Earns Rs. 5 Crores 73 Lakhs in just 2 months
Pre-Monsoon water shortage in Jalgaon city:
With Monsoon yet to arrive in region, the whole of city is witnessing drinking water crisis following no stock of water in Girana's Dapora Water Pumping Station. The Corporation has also taken stiff measures by reduce supply frequency from Alternative Day to Every Two Days alternate causing chaos in community.
The District Administration on its front has urged for another release of Girana Dam water to control this crisis. It has also approved emergency control measures in 18 villages facing severe shortage.
Maharaj in Jalgaon today:
PP Shri Saint Sakharam Maharaj (Amalner) is arriving for his 3 days visit to Jalgaon today. His 3-days tour includes various pious activities including 'Hari Kirtanam', Prasadam and many others at Jalgaon city's oldest Lord Rama temple.
School time begins:
All Primary schools begin Academic year 2005-06 sessions.
War for Water:
Amongst one of most un-easing stories, region's two villages from Bodwad Taluka fought with each other on drinking water supply issue. Whole story begun when Rajur, a Bodwad Taluka village refused to give water supply to Varkhed Bk. 'Both these villages have independent water resources and even then Varkhed Village's demand to get connection from our village is non-justifying' quoted Rajur Panchayat sources. On other front the Varkhed Bk. Took protest March to Tahsil office demanding immediate water supply from the Rajur village.
The District administration in co-ordination with Block Development Officers, Village Water supply authorities made a mediator attempt and finally heard both parties and reinstated the Varkhed Village water supply. The Administrator also assured of fare review of the whole issue by calling both parties independently.
This story marks another historic failure and coordination of local and District administration to maintain basic infrastructure resources available to all. Both Villages are from Bodwad Taluka and even then denial and non-coordination makes harassing impact on changing psychology of region on such hypersensitive issue like Electricity, Water supply and other resources.
raining shatters farms:
The Friday run pre-monsoon raining shattered region's standing crop estimated loss at Rs. 5 Crores. The Banana Farmers Association 'Maha-banana' has urged District Authorities to take Report of the same repay farmers with crop insurance scheme. The region witnessed unseasoned raining on 9th and 10th June followed by windy cyclonic breezes damaging standing crop. Raver being major banana producer remained main affected region with its farmers facing stiff losses on this account. Raver's East and West region including Tapi river Bank farms were largely afflicted.
State FDA Authorities
ban 'Matka Kulfi' in school premise:
Following frequent complaints of unhygienic processing of milk, cream, and other raw material in popular 'Kulfi', the State Food & Drug Administration has now banned selling of Matka Kulfi and such allied product in 100 meters region of every school and college premises under Maharashtra Food & Drug Administration Act 1954 and Food Adulteration Prevention Act 1962 with immediate effect.
The Jalgaon city has 63 Corporation owned primary schools, 752 Secondary Schools and a total of 2456 schools as per District Council Statistics.
Region witnesses Cloudy Raining:
The whole of Jalgaon District witnessed pre monsoon raining arrival on Friday evening. The Yaval, Pachora, Chalisgaon, and Bhadgaon Taluka witnessed mid to heavy showery raining while other taluka had showering effect. The sudden raining resulted in damages to standing banana crop and slashed huts and temporary residing structures in many parts.
LB Rajput gets Bronze Medal:
Jalgaon's Veteran Table Tennis Coach L. B. Rajput has won Bronze Medal for 4th consecutive time in recently held 12th Veteran Table Tennis Competition for above 65 Years age group at Andheri.
Party begins Octroi Collection in Jalgaon:
The much talked and awaited Private Party Octroi Collection system has finally begun from 11th June Midnight 00:01AM with Corporation Authorities handling over their charge to Private Vendor. The Corporation began Octroi Collection from 01st April 2005 following order from State Government on stopping of Octroi Compensation fund being given since last 2 years. The Octroi Collection system was then stopped twice following uncertain decisions from State and Corporation authorities following protest from Business Community.
M/s Sunil Mantri has taken Jalgaon's Octroi Collection Tender for 39 Crores a year and has employed huge staff of over 200 employees with check points all around city. The Vendor will pay Rs. 78 Lakhs a week to Corporation as targeted revenues collection.
Maharashtra University Convocation ceremony in December-January:
The 14th convocation ceremony of North Maharashtra University will be held in December2005/January2005.The students passed in March, April, May 2005 exams or the previous exams ,can give application for convocation ceremony, to get degree or post-graduate degree.
announces result of various exams:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon has announced result of various Examinations held in Mar/ April 2005. Those include SY, TY B. Com., M. Sc. Polymers, Industrial Chemistry, Pesticides & Agro, Physics, Zoology, Geography, and MA Sanskrit, Social Science. All results are available on NMU Web site. Please click here to see results.
House robbing in Gayatri Nagar: In Gayatri Nagr, Jalgaon a house looted, estimated theft worth at Rs. 81,000,which includes gold & silver jewels,wrist watch,2 mobile sets & cash.
in Jalgaon region:
The whole of Jalgaon region witnessed showery raining on Thursday evening around 4.00pm.
Earthquake in south Maharashtra :
On 8 June , Satara & Koyana Nagar experiences earthquake. In the morning, at 3:02 AM ,4.2 Richter Scale earthquake is there.
Foundation announces Scholarships for the merit students:
Dhirubhai Ambani Foundation plans scholarship for H.S.C. students.150 students will get benefit in which 34 students are physically handicapped.
H.S.C. results 2005:
In the H.S.C. exam taken in March 2005,Sharvil Patil, the student of Model English School & Junior College ,Kolhapur, and Swati Tarvade, student of Mahatma Gandhi Junior College are first in state.They get 97.67% marks.Total result of state in H.S.C. exam is 61.93%. Raman Rathi,the student of M.J.College got first rank in district and second rank in board,by getting 94.17% marks.
Out of 31,993 students appearing from Jalgaon district,17,833 students are passed,resulting 55.74% persent results of which 10 are in merit.The 10 merits includes 7 students of M.J.College ,1 from Nutan Maratha College , 1 from K. Narkhede School,Bhusawal and 1 from Sardar G.G. High School,Raver.
Total 40 students in JAlgaon are in merit in which 4 students are in vocational merit, 8 students in Science faculty, 22 in Arts faculty ,4 in Commerce in and 2 in M.C.V.C. branch.
H.S.C. result will be declared today:
The result of H.S.C. examination , taken in March 2005, will be declared today. In this year 10 Lakh 34 Thousands 330 students gave the examination. In which there are 4 Lakh 9 Thousands 228 are girls and 6 Lakh 25 Thousands 102 are boys.Please refer websites to see the result
Private Party to begin Octroi Collection from 11th June:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation awarded Private Party is beginning Octroi Collection from Saturday, 11th June. The Party earlier submitted Rs. 5.52 Crores Bank Guarantee to Corporation as collateral security to the tender taken.
The Corporation authorities have prepared around 63,000 House Tax bills for year 2005-06. The House Tax Income is Corporation's one of major revenue resources.
A new Political
Equation in Region: Assembly Seats review Programme:
The State Election Commission has begun review of all Maharashtra State Assembly Seats under Delimitation Act and will announce new Assembly seats structure by 31st December 2005. The Jalgaon District currently has 12 assembly seats of which 1 seat is likely to be reduced and another seat to undergo for Reserved Category.
The initial statistics shows that Parola Assembly seat may be dissolved and Bhusaval will get Reserved Category listing. Until now Chalisgaon Seat has Reservation. The EC Policy requires 3.36 Lakh voters on minimum for an Assembly Seat while 6 times to that of Assembly Seat population is required for Parliamentary Elections. Considering current statistics Parola seat may be dissolved in Bhadgaon or in Amalner while Yaval's some portion in Chopda to make it eligible seat, Jalgaon city's Mehrun area and Ayodhya Nagar area until now in Bhusaval may come back to Jalgaon city. The whole process will begin in September and end up announcing in December.
announces Results of various exams:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon has announced Results of 15 various Examinations held in April 2005. It includes F.Y. B. Com., B. Ed. (General), B. Ed. (Physical), B. P. Ed., M. P. Ed., B. P. E., MPM, B. Tech, B. Chem., MA (Defence, Psychology, Politics, urdu, Geography, Philosophy).
All Results are currently available on NMU Website and will be availed in respective college soon.
Time of relocation:
The May and June months are time of Transfers with all Central and State Government employees being relocated to other parts. Top list includes Jalgaon DM getting Transfer to Mumbai and Hingoli DM posting in Jalgaon. Mr. Vijay Singhal, an Agra native and M. Tech. Civil from IIT Delhi and 1997 batch IAS officer will join Jalgaon on Monday. The State Police Department also made many transfers that include many top posts.
The Income Tax office Jalgaon also have seen many new faces with 4 officers being transferred from Jalgaon to Nashik and Nashik officers posted in Jalgaon.
District authorities seize Forged
Fertilisers worth Rs. 18 Lakhs:
Amongst one of topmost seizures in the recent times, the Jalgaon District Authorities seized bogus fertilisers worth Rs. 18 Lakhs in Pimpalgaon Bk village of Bhadgaon Taluka. The District Authorities continue their mega anti-bogus fertilisers' campaign since last fortnight and seized fertilisers worth Lakhs.
The increasing bogus effect has spread signs of worry amongst farmers as its high monsoon time for them to cultivate crop.
Jalgaon District Magistrate gets Transfer: Hingoli's Singhal to arrive:
The Jalgaon District Magistrate Mr. Prakash Sabde has received Transfer Order for Mumbai. He will be replaced by Hingoli's Vijay Singhal.
Mr. Sabde joined Jalgaon on 11th June 2003 and during his 2 years tenure he stressed more on District's Revenue increase in various areas. He will now join Maharashtra State Aids Control Society as Project Officer.
2005' health Exhibition begins today:
Jalgaon's Saptalok Group is hosting health awareness cum information Exhibition in Jalgaon today. The exhibition highlights various cures available for chronic illness, awareness on various health related issues like Heart Attack, Dental Cure etc.
The 3 days event beginning today includes expert guidance of various Doctors of respective field is at Leva Boarding Hall from 09am until 10pm in night.
Time to rejoice: Chalisgaon Belganga Sugar Factory to restart:
The Chalisgaon city's pride and one of large sized employer Belganga Co-operative Sugar Factory about to restart its production. The factory closed since last 1.5 years has more than 200 employees.
The Board of Directors of factory took an emergency Meeting of all employees, farmers, and directors to review the situation and assured to restart work soon.
The All India Swami Samartha Services Centre is beginning its 'Rath Yatra' on 03rd June. The Swami Samartha promoter and guide, his Excellency PP Annasaheb More is arriving today in Jalgaon. A Satsang festivity is being hosted in FCI Godown campus today evening and is expected to have attendance of thousands of fellows.
LPG Cylinder bursting kills 2 in Bhusawal:
A Hotel nearby Railway Station in Bhusawal city witnessed sudden bursting of LPG Gas cylinder killing two chefs on the spot and severely damaging the nearby area. Both died were Hotel's senior most staff serving since last 20 years. The incidence took place on Wednesday afternoon 3.30pm.
Jalgaonities makes a protest march against 'No Water':
The Khote Nagar residents in Jalgaon made a protest march on not receiving drinking water supply from Corporation in last 10 days. The residents stopped traffic on the National highway for hours. The Police have arrested 3 in this connection and later released them. Some of areas in Jalgaon after witnessing hectic power cuts and load shedding are now a days suffering from drinking water shortage making their lives difficult to live.
Jalgaon District's 5 water reserving dams namely Bahula, Hivra, and Agnavati from Pachora Taluka and Manyad from Chalisgaon followed by Bori in Parola Taluka have turned zero sending an alarming signal to region. Around 72 villages in district are on tanker water supply and District Administration has acquired 155 private well to tackle the situation.
District Seed Traders on Strike:
The whole of Jalgaon District Seeds traders are going on a day token strike to protest against District Magistrate ordered raid on Dharangaon Trader. The District authorities are conducting massive investigation campaigns against forged seeds packets being sold throughout the region. Terming the raid as flimsy, the traders quote this as attempt of harassment.
The indefinite strike will hamper the farming community busy in cultivating crops for upcoming monsoon season. The Jalgaon District Fertilisers, Pesticides and Seeds dealers associations have supported this strike.