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Nationwide Strike evokes mixed response:
The All India level strike called on Thursday evoked mixed response in the district. All Government institutions including Nationalised Banks, Income Tax and other Central Government establishments remained closed. The Banking suffered losses worth Crores with SBI - The Clearing Agent, employees participating in the strike.
Ring Road Sub-divisional unit ready: Inauguration tomorrow:
The State owned Electricity Distribution Company's new sub-division at Ring road is ready and will be inaugurated on 01st October. The Sub-division will supply electricity to central City, Jilha Peth, Ring Road, Shiv Colony, Ganesh Colony, Pratap Nagar, Shahu Nagar, Pimprala Road, and Akashwani area.
The unit developed has 5000kva approved electricity supply capacity and will soon get extension based on requirements.
Village Cleanliness Drive from 02nd October:
The State Authorities are beginning Village Cleanliness Drive from 02nd October 2005 in Jalgaon District on eve of Gandhi Jayanti. There are over 1100 village Panchayat participating in the State's one of mega social event to promote cleanliness and hygiene facilities in the State. The Drive considers various parameters of cleanliness in a village that includes waste management, toilets, use of non-conventional energy resources, spreading family planning awareness, hygiene and health education, proper planning for drinking water supply.
The State Government panel evaluates the cleanliness parameters followed by the Village administrators during 01st November until 30th November and announce their awards thereafter.
Twist in Corporation Politics:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation politics witnessed a new turn when one of BJP candidate was elected in Accepted Candidates Election. The candidate elected received two votes from NCP members generating a huge mess in NCP leadership. The NCP leadership took resignations of all of its members to trace the confidence issue. The whole issue is going to cause a U-Turn in City's politics in coming days.
The Corporation Standing committee is meeting today to finalise various topics on agenda and Committee Chairman election is on 04th October.
strike of Government employees today:
All Railways, Airport, Nationalised Banks, Insurance, District Council employees, Teachers Association, Post Employees, Telecom Employees, Petroleum sector employees are going on a day token strike to protest Government's policies and get right to Strike, removal of bonus cap, establishment of sixth pay commission, cancelling privatisation of PSU, and cancel amendments of Workers Act.
The most hitting sector is Banking with two days continue holiday from today i.e. 29th September as strike and 30th September as Half-yearly closing added with Saturday as half day followed by Sunday.
The EC authorities are conducting a bye-election of ward 4C on 23rd October 2005. The nomination filling process begins today and ends on 06th October followed by scrutiny on 07th October and last date of withdrawing nominations is 13th October.
District's four teachers to be honoured by Navneet:
The Navneet Publications group is honouring 133 Outstanding Teachers from National and State Level that includes four from Jalgaon District. It includes Amalner Taluka's National Award winner Gambhir Arjun Chaudhari (Vavde), Prabhakar Deoram Mahajan (Vikhran, Erandol), State Award winner Raghunath Suklal Mali (Chogaon - Lasur, Chopda), and Bachpai Chaturbhuj Eknath (Dharangaon).
The Award Ceremony is on 01st October in Pune to honour these scholars performing outstanding activities in the field of education.
to get new Commissioner:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation's existing Commissioner Mr. G. H. Ghate is retiring this 30th September. He joined Corporation Commissioner Role before 8 months and conducted various major activities in Corporation. "Corporation's weak financial status, various committees inquiring in to earlier Council's financials added with Octroi Tax Court matters caused hard times on development decision front" added commissioner on his press meeting on grounds of retirement.
He joined Jalgaon on 28th January 2005 after his Akola Corporation's Commissioner Role. The newly formed Jalgaon Corporation was under terrible financial status and managing Development and finances was one of toughest balance factor.
Corporation's major earning 'Octroi Tax' tumbled down to Court matter with city's business community opposing the tax enforcement. No State aid added with Court hearings remained harsh experience for him. The Corporation authorities even find it harder to pay salaries to their employees, routine administration expenses, and water supply issues. The State Government is yet to announce new Commissioner Appointment for Jalgaon city.
Meanwhile the Corporation Standing committee has selected NCP Candidate as acting Chairman of standing committee on grounds of existing Chairman resigning on his personal grounds. The Corporation General Meeting on 29th September will elect new Chairman for standing committee.
Jalgaon Weather Report revealed:
Understanding and studying Jalgaon region is no more a tedious task. After a whole years study and readings, team Ejalgaon.com brings you region's annual weather graphs. The Graphs cover up monthly weather variation, seasonal study, and annual study with High Low indication. All readings taken here are every 5 days with temperature in Degree centigrade.
This report purely formed as a means of study of weather variation in the Jalgaon region will help tourist, new comers and city's enthusiast learners to understand the variations in the temperature and weather accordingly. It could further link up important food and habitat relationship and could yield up significant contribution in forming diet plans based on weather variations. Please click here for Jalgaon Weather Report. Please send your valuable views, comments, and suggestions to improve and present it in more efficient manner.
& HSC October 2005 exams begin today:
The SSC and HSC Class October 2005 examinations are beginning today. There are 8516 students for HSC and 10,836 students for SSC totalling to 19,352 students. The Authorities have appointed two squads for controlling checks on various exam centres. There are 17 Exam centres for SSC and 14 centres for HSC Exam.
The State forestry authorities are in final phase of various developmental works worth Rs. 1.76 Crores in Yaval forestry region's Manudevi, Unapdev, and Pal tourist places. All these developmental works are in final phase and the region is all set to get good boost in these areas. The hot water breeze - Unapdev located at a distance of 5kms from Adavad (Chopda) has hot water mini lake, Ganpati Temple, Mahadev Temple, Vitthal-Rukhmai Temple, and natural beauty. The division commenced various developmental works from year 1998 until 2001 estimated at Rs. 46 Lakhs having MTDC Hall, pathway for forestry trackers, garden maintenance, Wild Forestry library, mini Railway, various kids playing devices in garden and bridge work under construction.
The Pal (Raver) has rest house, Pagoda, Information Centre, Bridge repair works, Garden, kids playing amusement devices, Toilets, Electrification and boundary walls for protection estimated at Rs. 74.31 Lakhs. The Manudevi Temple area has Information Centre, Observation Tower, Both sides Plantation on roads, constructing cement dams estimated at Rs. 27 Lakhs.
The Jalgaon Forestry division was bifurcated as two separate divisions namely Jalgaon Forestry division and Yaval Forestry divisions came into existence in 1966. The Yaval Forestry division has Yaval, Raver, and Chopda Taluka as development area with 706.75 sq. Kms area. Of this area, 225.59 sq. Kms area is with Forestry development officials and 175.58 sq Kms area is with Wild life development authorities. The division has 6 ranges, 17 rounds, 68 points with 234 wild animals as per the recent survey.
Standing Committee Chairman election today:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Chairman election process begins today at 11am. One candidate each from NCP and BJP has filed their nomination for the post. The Corporation is meeting on 28th September to elect one member. The NCP has 36 members while BJP alliance has 33 members in the Corporation.
The Standing committee will meet on 29th September to discuss 9 topics on the agenda that includes fixing District Scholar Athlete Award Money, Best Teacher Award Money, establishing new water supply pipeline and constructing Nala on Old Mehrun road. It also includes supplying 200hp Motor to Girana Pumping Station, Cement Concrete road formation in Ward 7 and 23 along with considering proposal of Indore based Aviation Company for setting up Aerodrome and maintenance thereof.
for nomination to State Social reforms Award:
The Maharashtra State Government Social Justice Department is calling for St. Ravidas Award for outstanding social reformers in State. Nomination candidates should be above 50 years of age (40 for women). Nomination forms should be in duplicate submitted to District Social Welfare Officer Jalgaon.
Leva Patidar Community Youth Introduction Meet:
The Leva Community Youth Association is hosting a Leva Community Youth Introduction meet on 27th November 2005. Last date of filling forms is 05th November. The Meet is expected to have presence of around 3000 Youth from community and is in Modern Girls High School campus. Please contact organisation heads on 0257-2223357, 0257-2229333 for more details thereof.
Pratik Patil to represent Maharashtra
Team in National Chess Competition:
Jalgaon's Pratik Patil is representing Maharashtra Team in Under-11 National Chess competition being played at Nagpur from 24th until 30th September 2005. He qualified for this by winning qualifying rounds held at Parbhani.
Monsoon raining continues in full pace:
The whole Khandesh region continues to witness best of monsoon. The region witnessed showers throughout the day on Thursday resulting in significant increase in Girana dam storage. The Authorities opened up seven gates of this dam and released 47,000 cusecs of water in the Girana River. The District Authorities have sent alert to people living on the banks of river. The continued raining is delaying many trains arriving from Mumbai.
enforces Section 37(1) and 37(3) in Jalgaon:
The Jalgaon District Magistrate has enforced Section 37(1) and 37(3) of Bombay Police Act, 1951 to maintain Law and Order Situation in the District. The enforcement considered as routine practice for SSC Exam 2005 is in force from 27th September until 10th October 2005 along with IPC 1976 Section 144(1) and 144(2) to control the exams.
Jalgaon District planning and Development committee (DPDC) meets today:
The District planning and development committee is meeting today to review various development activities in the district. The District Parental care Minister will chair the meeting being taken after 2 years span. The District Authorities received Rs. 1 Crore aid from State last evening.
Electoral roll review:
The EC ordered Electoral list review in Jalgaon District has resulted in deletion of 32,958 names found incorrect. The Authorities published this review list on 08th September. The list marks addition of around 3000 voters in district with total eligible voters amounting to 2,521,471 as compared to 2,518,585 in last election.
Girana dam's gates opened:
The Girana dam authorities have opened up its few gates to control increasing water pressure in the dam. The opening of dam gates has resulted in flooding in the Girana River. The whole region is witnessing good raining since last fortnight and has crossed 65% raining mark.
Level Language Congress Council in Amalner:
The Pratap College is hosting two-days National Level Language Congress in Amalner city on 23rd and 24th September 2005. The congress emphasises and stresses on spreading Hindi and Marathi and Global Language and would cover wide discussions on this topic. The congress has around 70 participants for Paper Presentation in respective areas and will have presence of around 300+. Please contact College authorities for more details and information thereof.
Competitions in Jalgaon on 22nd and 23rd September:
The District Sports Council, Jalgaon Corporation, and Jalgaon District Yoga Association are jointly hosting District level Yoga competition in Jalgaon on 22nd and 23rd September in St. Joseph School campus. The competition includes under-14 School category, Under-17 Boys and Girls, and Under-19 College youth categories. Please contact 98236-08888 for more details of the competition.
The Jalgaon success Labels:
Success is a step that requires immense efforts and hard working everywhere. The Jalgaon region's business entrepreneurship is one of such classic example. Going down the last 20 years, the business in this region has witnessed evolution in all aspects.
The Sindhi, Marwadi, and Gujrathi community are in the race with all kinds of businesses and industries being run. All these community entrepreneurs started their works with scratch and in fact, many were serving with others. Their hard working efforts mixed with Luck, right attitude to choose the best of business, and social circle made this perfect. The Social Circle understanding further elaborated evolves keeping good contacts with city's lead politicians, community heads, Government offices, and ruling the deal race with power.
This attempt to be socialised generated few interesting words Dada, Bhau, Appa, and Aba. If we review media campaigns of last year, the word 'Dada' conducts maximum weightage with person labelled considered as topmost in his respective field. The word 'Bhau' is a slit of trying to get work done from someone superior to you in role. The word 'Appa' is another fascination labelled to person with most of contacts in circles resulting in fastest processing of his works. The word 'Aba' especially signify person being Head of Institution that would be useful anytime.
Every city expects youths to cherish and benefit from its geography and process ahead. However, these interesting marks are quick runners to lead.
dam inauguration on Thursday:
'Lamanjan Dam', Jalgaon region's first dam built on Co-operative movement will be inaugurated on 22nd September, Thursday. The Jalgaon Merchants Bank and Lathi Co-operative Credit Society have jointly taken initiative to build this dam costing in Crores. The dam is expected to benefit around one Lakh farmers in the Jalgaon Taluka region with around 2,500 acres of fertile land getting this water. The dam project begun in April 2003 and it took around 2 years to complete the construction activity.
Prof. Manish Joshi to present Paper in Armenia:
Prof. Manish Joshi, a Computer faculty member from NMU Jalgaon is attending Computer Science and Information Technology 2005 conference held in Armenia's capital city Yerevan. He will present a paper on 'Natural Language Processing' in this conference. He is amongst only two Indian scholars selected for this paper presentation.
Samner (Pachora) - The land of warriors:
Samner has a proud story to tell. Over hundred number of its son are fighting for the motherland employed in various army organisations in country. Many of its sons are in Army, Navy, Air Force, BSF, SRP, CRPF, and PSI serving the Nation and doing their holy duty. The village also has Pachora Taluka's alone NCC troop.
Many of its youth are in Police service posted in Thane rural, Dombivali, four of its PSIs are in Maharashtra posting, two are on good post in Delhi, and many more in army at various locations posting.
festivity begins in region:
With Ganesha moving away for next year, the Bhulabai festivity is here. Region's girls welcomed Bhulabai with popular chant 'Pahili ga Bhulabai Bhadrapadcha Mahina Aala Amha Mulinna Anand Jhala ' sung all around. The festivity will continue for a month with deity's songs sung all around.
Centre announces Plastic moulding training course:
The District Industrial Centre DIC is initiating a Plastic Moulding Training Course for unemployed educated youth in district. The course contains Fibre and plastic moulding training, injection moulding, blow moulding, reprocessing, PVC welding, details of fibres, information on chemicals, instruments used, fibre channel gates, manufacturing plain fibre sheets, rubber moulding, POP moulding, fibre dye design and job finalisation, building fibre coolers and artistic designs for daily life use, Jeep and tractors top patching etc.
The last date of admission to this one-month course is 20th September. Please contact DIC office for more details on admission thereof.
The DNCVP hosted E-buzz quiz competition ended on Sunday with IMR College team winning the competition in PG Category while DNCVP team winning in UG category. In all 86 teams participated in the event. The IMR Team won both first and second prizes followed by IMCD Bhusawal team winning third rank in PG category. In UG category, the DNCVP teams won first and second rank while Khadse College MuktaiNagar team won third rank.
Octroi Case hearing in upcoming week:
The Aurangabad bench of Mumbai High Court will hear the Octroi case petition in coming week. The bench earlier heard 2-3 hearings in this case with business community, Corporation and State Authorities filling plea from their side.
The Lord of happiness and prosperity "Ganesha" is moving away today spreading his blessings all around. The Ganesha Chaturthi this year witnessed cheer and devotee crowd in whole week. The Ganesha also brought up the much expected Monsoon raining with arrival.
The District authorities have made adequate arrangements for Anant Chaturdashi today. City's Mehrun Lake, Nimkhedi have various security arrangements. The festivity of Chaturdashi begins 12pm from Corporation's building area and pass through Tower Chowk, Dadhichi Chowk, Rath Chowk, RL Chowk, Subhash Chowk, Athawade Bazar, Sindhi Colony, Shirsoli, and finally to Mehrun. There are 10 lifeguards for escaping from emergency and the water level is 15 feet.
SSC & HSC September-October 2005 Exam:
The District authorities have made up all arrangements for smooth conducting the SSC and HSC Exam 2005 beginning from 27th September. There are 8516 students appearing in HSC Exam while 10836 students for SSC Exam. There are 17 centres for SSC while 14 centre for HSC Exam. Out of 17 centres for HSC, four centres are marked as 'Sensitive' centres for HSC while 3 out of 14 for HSC are sensitive centres.
The Rotary Club Jalgaon Midtown is hosting Sub-Junior Under-14 age group Inter-School Jalgaon city and Taluka Level Kho-Kho competition on 21st and 22nd September 2005. Please contact respective authorities for more details thereof.
Meditation - Pathway to Glory:
(Inspired by Acharya Mahapragya's Meditation Theory)
To be ambitious is first right step towards success in life and to follow the divinely meditation path is catalyst to ambition fulfilling. Meditation heals our body elements and generates energy to shine our inner soul. The meditation rightly followed and routinely adopted yields stability and growth to our soul. Meditation is 'Antibody' of human soul and antibodies once adopted alike human body system protects us from all kinds of viral infections, germs, and attacks.
If somebody is doing meditation since years and even could not get inner boost in his/ her soul, means that the meditation pathway adopted is going wrong somewhere. Meditation followed in exact specified manner is the best practice. Aum, Rhim, Arham, and Namah are four significant keywords in meditation. Each of these words has significance in terms of our soul and shall be spoken on four energy points of our soul. The fore point of nose is our Life Point. Centre point of both eyes conjoint is our vision centre and just above this is our Energy centre. Our skull middle is our knowledge centre.
The meditation process shall begin with Aum pronounced on our Life point followed by Rhim spoken on our vision point, Arham meditated on energy point, and Namah meditated on our knowledge centre. Each of these words should be meditated for 5 seconds at their respective points at least 10 times a day with full mind concentrated on the activity. This meditation practice taken in daily routine keeps us away from all kind of ill fates, reduces tension, and gives all different enjoyment. This experiment implied by those facing mental issues with at least 1000 times repeating gives miraculous improvement.
So get set ready, be ambitious and embark your ambitions with the powerful divine meditation pathway.
City Municipal Corporation Standing Committee Election today:
The Corporation Standing committee is undergoing Election process today to fill in eight vacant posts. There are in all 12 candidates in fray that include six NCP candidates, five BJP candidates, and a Shivsena candidate.
Jalgaon District witnesses the best of Monsoon raining:
The whole Jalgaon district excluding Chalisgaon, Bhadgaon, and Pachora witnessed the best of monsoon raining on Wednesday evening. The raining resulted in increase/ overflow of Tapi and Purna rivers. The authorities opened up Hatnur dam's 36 gates by 2 meters to control the water pressure.
A youth went for submerging Ganesha idol in Tapi River drown in the river following heavy flowing water pressure due to opening of dam gates.
approves Girana and Bori river joining:
Amongst one of major decisions that could benefit people of Dhule and Parola taluka, the state authorities approved joining of Girana and Bori River. The State Secretarial committee meeting approved the decision in presence of Jalgaon and Dhule District Magistrate.
Both District authorities formed a plan of Rs. 1.30 Crores expenditure on joining these rivers. Joining both rivers resolves drinking water issues of Parola Taluka and Dhule Taluka and would save over Rs. 3 Crores taken in form of draught relief measures every year.
Constituency formation review to change political equations:
Following the guidelines of Delimitation of Constituencies Act, the EC authorities are busy in giving a final form to Jalgaon District's constituencies. The Raver and Parola constituency will be no more while Jalgaon city will have two different constituencies, the Bhusawal and Chopda could go to reserved category candidates.
The merging or Raver and Parola taluka would reduce total constituencies to 11 that could possibly lead to new power equations in the district. The Jalgaon Corporation boundary would become one constituency while the second one would consist of Jalgaon Taluka and rural area of Dharangaon Taluka.
Yaval constituency would have Yaval Revenue zone, Yaval city, Bhalod region, Faijpur Council, Raver Tahsil, Khiroda, and Khanapur revenue zone.
Chopda: Whole Chopda Taluka, Kingaon, Sakli (Yaval), revenue zone
Erandol: Whole Erandol Taluka, Chorwad, Parola revenue zone, Tamaswadi zone, Parola Council, and Amadgaon (Bhadgaon)
Amalner: Whole Amalner Taluka, Bahadarpur (Parola), Shelave revenue zone
Chalisgaon: Whole Chalisgaon Taluka
Pachora: Whole Pachora taluka excluding Kurhad revenue zone, Kolgaon (Bhadgaon), Bhadgaon and Gondgaon revenue zones
Jamner: Whole Jamner Taluka, Kurhad (Pachora) revenue zone
MuktaiNagar: whole MuktaiNagar and Bodwad Taluka, Savda (Raver), Khirdi revenue zone, Savda Council
The EC Authorities will finalise the complete State constituency restructure in meeting to at Delhi on 14th October.
Corporation authorities draw revenue plans:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation drown in loans of Crores of rupees has come up with new ideas of revenue generations. The plan includes speeding up the House Tax collection process, increasing advertisement revenue, giving vacant shops on rental basis etc. The Corporation's major finance resource i.e. Octroi Tax Collection has halted following Court hearing pending at Aurangabad High Court.
Amidst tight measures includes tightening house tax collection, auctioning shops of those who have not taken up their shops in earlier auctions. The Corporation has huge tax burden of over 100 Crores with Intrest burden increasing hefty way. The State Appointed authorities are trying the best of revenue generation for corporation. However, the Loan repayment added with low revenue factor has paralysed development activities as expected in Corporations.
Bhadgaon, Bodwad, Shendurni soon to have 'Municipal Council':
The State Government as an initiative to convert large scale Panchayats to Municipal Council has announced Jalgaon District's Bhadgaon, Bodwad, and Shendurni Panchayat as Municipal Council. These three Councils are amongst total 100 Panchayat converted to Municipal Council. The State Government is soon issuing an Ordinance to effect this order. These three Panchayat undergone Elections a fortnight before and are currently in process of election of Panchayat Head and Deputy.
Monsoon bonanza: Rainfall Report:
Many of taluka in district continue to witness good raining since last week. The raining has reduced tanker supply count and has significantly added to dam water level in many dams. Jalgaon's 12 taluka have crossed 50% raining mark as per 12th September statistics from meteorological department that includes Jalgaon (57.54%), Jamner (74.19%), Erandol (65.26%), Bhusawal (64.59%), Bodwad (54.95%), Yaval (68.84%), Raver (53.2%), MuktaiNagar (57.36%), Parola (70.62%), Pachora (63%), and Bhadgaon with 73.87% raining records.
The Hatnur dam is flowing with 84% water storage, Girana dam has 96%, Manyad has 20%, Bori has 20%, Bhokarbari has 13.94%, Suki has 67.90%, Abhora has 59.57%, Agnavati has 29.88%, Hivra has 23.89%, and Mangrul dam has 74.68% water storage. Jalgaon District now has 37 villages on tanker water supply of which nine are from Chalisgaon, 16 from Parola, 2 from Jamner, 3 from Jalgaon, 2 from Parola, and 5 from Amalner.
Co-operative societies in Jalgaon District:
The Co-operative Movement is backbone of financial world in district. The district has over 700 co-operative societies running on fixed deposits, consumer loans, and allied services. The Jalgaon city alone has over 100 societies actively engaged in offering consumer services. The Bhusawal city is runner up in the field with 88 co-operative societies running and 15 under process.
All these societies run on fixed deposits at an interest rate of 1% - 2% greater than that of co-operative banks and nationalised banks along with gifts like silver coins, gold rings etc. These societies also offer consumer loans at a higher intrest rates along with processing fees equal to around 2-3% of loan amount. Another lucrative area of income was that of offering Demand drafts at lower commission rates. These societies open up a Bank account with any of Any-branch banking banks like HDFC, UTI, and ICICI, take their At-par chequebooks, and keep a balance level. On receipt of money from customers for DD, they deposit this money in their account and thus earn the commission. What is most interesting here is these societies work 8am to 8pm, offers many of routine services on phone and word of mouth as most of the society Chairman are directly or indirectly related to each other.
The State Government Co-operative affairs department has recently banned initiating of new societies considering increasing number of financial irregularities observed. The district observed many of large-scale societies falling down due to such financial mismanaging and has tough challenging time as Government and RBI are tightening their belts to cover all loopholes in Consumer banking. The Co-operative Banks are first targets for Nationalised Banks with Government planning to take over these ill-financial status banks.
Gramsevak Post final listing today:
The District Authorities are in final phase of forming merit listing of over 4777 candidates appearing for the written exam for 105 vacant posts in district. In all over 10,000 candidates applied for the post while just 4,777 appeared for the written examination. The District Authorities conducted exam on 43 centres on Sunday. The authorities will interview short-listed candidates today and then appointed for the post.
Maharashtra Level Basket Ball Competition:
The Pioneers Sports Association is hosting a North Maharashtra Level Basket Ball Competition on 24th and 25th September 2005. Last date of participation is 22nd September. The competition attracts first prize of Rs. 4001 cash money, second prize of Rs. 2501, and third prize of Rs. 1501. The competition also honours 'Best Shooter' and Best Series Performer awards. Please contact 0257-2221293, 9423487788 for participation details thereof.
Proposal for increasing capacity of Girana and Hatnur dam:
The District administration is formulating a draft proposal to increase water storage capacity of region's two major reservoirs Girana and Hatnur dam. The proposal covers increase of 2500MLT water capacity for both dam.
The Girana dam alone supplies to whole Chalisgaon, Bhadgaon, Parola, Erandol, Dharangaon, and Amalner taluka's 235 villages and 57029 hectares of cultivation area along with Jalgaon City and five other municipal councils for drinking water supply. If the proposal gets real picture, region's water troubles will ease a lot especially in terms of farming and drinking water supply.
Both these dams have overflowed many a times during recent years and cashing this excess is really a commendable effort from district administration.
announces Best Colleges Awards:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon has announced MJ College Jalgaon, SSVPS Science College Dhule, GTP College Nandurbar, Pratap College Amalner, Jaihind College Dhule, Sane Guruji Mandal College Shahada as Best Colleges for Academic Year 2004-05. The NMU as a part of its quality improvement drive announces Best Colleges, Best Teachers, and best Employees Award every year on eve of its Anniversary on 15th August.
University VC will present all these awards on 24th September considering NMU Election Code of conduct and Maharashtra deluge situation.
Chalisgaon, Bhadgaon, and Pachora Taluka witness Monsoon downpour:
Jalgaon District's Chalisgaon, Bhadgaon, and Pachora Taluka witnessed pouring on Friday evening. Pachora taluka remained topper amongst all with 90mm raining followed by 26mm in Bhadgaon and 6mm in Chalisgaon. The raining begun at around 5.30pm continued for an hour.
Council (ZP) Meeting Report:
The District Council (ZP) meeting concluded on Friday with decision of filling 97 qualified teachers post in coming one and half month time frame. The meeting also considered 10 topics on agenda added with 5 topics accepted on time.
The other topics include sending proposal to State Government to help deluge affected farmers and various other water supply regulation issues.
Marwadi Women's Association Regional
Conference in Jalgaon:
The All India Marwadi Women Association Jalgaon unit is hosting its regional conference along with Entrepreneurship promotion camp from 22nd October until 24th October 2004. The event will have participation of over 600 women from all around the region spread throughout the state.
Monsoon Raining continues in District:
The delayed monsoon continues to shower throughout the district. The Amalner, Chopda, Parola, Bhusawal, and Jalgaon Taluka witnessed light to showery raining on Thursday. The raining has saved region's standing crop and has equally reduced the humid environment in the region.
Level Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights in NMU:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon is conducting a National Level Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights on 27th and 28th September 2005. The seminar will have presence and lectures of delegate authorities including Indian Scientists, Researchers, Teachers, Students, and Lawyers. The lecture series in Seminar includes URDIP Director Dr. Heerwani, NRDC Delhi Co-Director Dr. Govind Sharma, IIT Mumbai's Prof Swaminathan, Retired High Court Justice Mr. Malte, Patenting Officer Dr. Hafiz, Mumbai University's Dr. Singh, and Sangli's Dr. Sheila Subbaraman.
Please contact University Electronics department (Tel: 0257-2258416, 2254948) for more details and participation thereof.
'Kshamapana' - The Ultimate Forgiveness:
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On this auspicious occasion of 'Forgiveness Day', we the entire Team Ejalgaon.com beg your forgiveness for any of our direct/ indirect act hurting your feelings. We hope you will forgive and forget all of these acts in last 12 months, 365 days and we look forward for prosperous mutual relationships.
Agriculture Training Schools in Jalgaon:
The Agricultural Ministry has taken up an initiative to boost up cotton farming in the region. Under this initiative, it has set up 59 agro farming training schools in district. This schools train new technology adoptions in farming with focus on practical aspects of farming trained once a week. There are 59 cotton-farming training schools, 9 grains training schools, 4 oil seeds training schools, 3 vegetables training schools, and 2 sugarcane development training schools totalling to 77 schools throughout the district.
'The initiative will help in longer terms of nurturing core area of farming in the district' quotes Jalgaon Divisional Agricultural office of state ministry.
Roll publishing today:
The District Authorities will publish final electoral roll today. This electoral roll will be availed for public view at District Collectorate office for a week's period. This reviewed listing is after a special review of current listing having many complaints of miss spells and missing names.
Pratik Patil secures Second Rank in Chess Competition:
Jalgaon's Pratik Patil has secured second rank in Under-11 age criteria State Chess Competition recently held at Parbhani. He secured 7.5 points and missed first rank just by 0.5 point to Nashik's Vidit Gujrathi. Both these players now qualify for National Chess competition.
"Vignaharta Ganpati Bappa' arrives today:
The Almighty taking away all woes and spreading joy and prosperity all around is arriving today. Markets are tight pack with Ganesha Mandal members busy in selecting Ganesha Idols in various designs and look. Hundreds of artists have set up their temporary shops in Tower Chowk, Akashwani Chowk, and MIDC Crossing areas. The District Police has SRPF 2 battalions, DYSP, A Trainee DYSP, 20 PSI, 211 Railway Police, and 1100 Home Guards as a special security measure until 18th September 2005.
Municipal Council and ZP By-elections:
The Maharashtra State Election Commission has announced Elections of ZP Seat of Adavad, Dhanora (both from Chopda taluka) along with ward No: 23 of Bhusawal Municipal Council on 23rd October 2005. All these seats were vacated due to caste certificates submitted by winning candidates standing invalid.
Five arrested flee from
MuktaiNagar Police Custody:
Five criminals under custody of MuktaiNagar Police flee away from the custody by breaking the bars on 04th September midnight. Civilians doing patrolling in night captured one out of these five criminals. The Police have seized whole District boundary and has announced prize money for informers.
Raining in Jalgaon:
The whole Jalgaon city witnessed Monsoon raining on Monday Evening for half an hour. The raining has reduced the humidity and heat in the weather and has pleased community
Teachers Day 2005 Greetings
district witness Monsoon raining:
The whole of Jalgaon District including Jalgaon city witnessed Monsoon raining on Sunday afternoon for an hour. The raining has reduced the humidity and heat in the weather and has pleased community.
District's five villages selected for Science Awareness Year:
The Government of India Science and Technology Department is celebrating year 2004-05 as Technology Awareness Year. The State Unit of this project took initiatives of promoting this by means of School level interactions. Jalgaon District has five villages selected for promoting this task that includes Bahadarpur (Parola), Khardi (Chopda), Lasur, Chahardi, and Shirsoli (Jalgaon).
Ganpati Bappa Morya:
The lord of prosperity and growth is arriving with blessings and cheerful environment all around. The Ganesha festivity begins this coming week. All major Ganesha festivity Mandals are busy in getting sufficient funds and arranging for material to set up the best of decoration and other stuff.
The District Authorities have urged State Electricity Board not to make any power cuts in festivity days during 10pm in Night. Various Police Stations have made tight security arrangements for the coming festivity by interacting with Mandals and social organisations.
raining spreads joy:
Jalgaon District's Amalner, Jamner, Dharangaon, Parola, and Bhadgaon taluka witnessed downpour on Saturday late evening. The raining continued for over an hour has finally saved standing Kharip crop. The Jalgaon city also witnessed showering for around 15mins around 9pm on Saturday.
The Kajgaon and Chalisgaon belt witnessing cloudy raining on 02nd September has estimated around Rs. 2 Crores in form of damages to banana farms, electricity lines, shelters damaged.
District Best Teachers Awards
The Jalgaon District Council Education Department has nominated 15 teachers for 'Best District Teacher' Award for this year. All five will receive this award on 05th September on eve of Teachers Day 2005.
The nomination list includes Ravindra Keshav Kadam (Savkheda, Amalner), Mrs. Manjula Shyamrao Patil (Girls School, Kajgaon - Bhadgaon), Vijay Dayaram Patil (Varadsim - Bhusawal), Nitin Dnyandev Bhangale (Primary School - Shirsale - Bodwad), Laxman Dhaklu Chavan (Tamboli - Chalisgaon), Khanderao Ramdas Baviskar (Lasur - Chopda), Dodhu Amrut Patil (Borkheda - Dharangaon), Sayyed Liyakat Ali Niyaj Ali (Erandol), Sudhakar Krishna Sonawane (Bholane - Jalgaon), Shaligram Maruti Ghule (Pimpalgaon - Jamner), Ramdhan Kisan Koli (Kothli - MuktaiNagar), Gulabrao Daulat Patil (Shindad - Pachora), Smt Pakeeja Abdul Patel (Rajvad - Parola), Dilip Shravan Patil (Raver), Jagganath Rajaram Koli (Kingaon, Yaval), and Subhash D. Jadhav (ZP, Jalgaon).
The Corporation has also announced 22 Best Teachers Award from Jalgaon city. The Corporation has named School No. 41 and School No. 5 as 'Best Jalgaon Corporation Schools' for the year. All these nominees will also receive awards on Teachers day 2005.
Maratha College to start 'Modi Lipi' Training Course:
Learning and understanding ancient time's documents requires thorough knowledge of Modi Lipi, the ancient time language. The Nutan Maratha College History department is starting a special 11 days course on understanding this language. The Course begins 10th October and will be until 21st October.
Please contact Nutan Maratha College History department for more details and admission thereof.
Monsoon bestows Chalisgaon and Bhadgaon region:
The Chalisgaon and Bhadgaon region witnessed heavy raining on Friday late night. The raining arrived after 15 days of span has spread joy amongst the farming community in both Taluka. Rest of the District remained dry throughout the week.
soon to get new Commissioner:
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation will soon have a new face with current Commissioner Mr. Gajanan Ghate scheduled to retire on 30th September. Along with Commissioner, eight other members including standing committee Chairman are also retiring on 01st October turning Corporation environment into election mode. The Corporation mayor is conducting a General Meeting on 16th September to elect new Members for standing committee.
The Corporation's 11th General Meeting is on 05th September having three topics on Agenda. It includes finalising tender to build up Crematorium in Pimprala, giving donations to Panchmukhi Hanuman Mandal, Savitribai Fule Trust, Sushilabai Multi-purpose Trust, and to pass Standing committee resolutions number 94 and 106.
Pachora Council attacked:
A group of 30 people from Baherpura region attacked the Pachora Municipal Council Deputy Engineer and clashed the officer on duty. The mob attacked the office and damaged office cabin, computer system, telephone, and furniture. The Police have arrested three in this connection and has not yet understood the reason behind the attack.
Meanwhile, the attack has evoked strong reaction of Council and Corporation employees protesting and demanding security. Most of council employees remained at their work with black protest strip labelled on their shirts.
Panchayat Elections 2005:
The Village Panchayat Elections poll counting ended on 30th August late night. In second phase of this process, the Panchayat Head Election is from 12th September until 19th September. The District Administration has formulated a draft plan for elections of Panchayat head and Deputy. The Elections 2005 result is seen as turnaround in Village Politics where many young faces have replaced renowned political figure. However, the clear dominance picture will be termed only after Panchayat head elections.
The Poll counting witnessed violence in Virvade of Chopda taluka where two groups clashed with each other injuring nine. In another incidence, the Malkheda Village of Shendurni in Jamner witnessed stone pelting injuring six that includes three women. The Jalod (Amalner) also witnessed clashes between two rival groups where Police has charged 10 and has arrested five in this connection.
Bhusawal - Ajanta road development:
The Public works department auctioned Bhusawal - Ajanta route old and road disrupting trees to facilitate ease of reaching Ajanta directly from Bhusawal. The project being implemented with financial aid from Japanese Government would ease the tourism inflow towards Ajanta by offering good road connectivity from Bhusawal as well as from Jalgaon. The Auction includes 370 trees auctioned at Rs. 1.70 Lakhs that will be broken down to widen the road and ease the road connectivity.
Workshop in M.J. College:
A workshop on 'Resume Writing and Preparing Interview' has been taken by M. J. College .