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Mega Police Recruitment drive begins in Jalgaon:
The District Police conducted mega recruitment drive for filling 155 vacant Police Constable post has begun. The process begun with checking documents and will be followed by physical fitness test today. In all around 7,500 candidates have appeared for this lucrative understood post and the process would be finished in 5 phases.
Khandesh city Idol competition:
The Jalgaon City's local news channel "Aap Tak" is hosting a singing competition to promote local creative talents. The competition is for candidates from 18-35 years age group and entry forms are available at all major stores in District. Please refer channel authorities for detailed information thereof.
resolute its black day in history:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation General Body met yesterday unanimously passed resolution to convert Jalgaon city Municipal Corporation into A Class Municipal Council. It's for first time in history of Jalgaon that such retro-effect has been unanimously resolved marking "Black Day" in development of Jalgaon. Amongst second most important and non-understandable aspect remained Resolution to hold Administration responsible in case the Housing Case alleged contractor defamation suite has to be paid with and the Ex-Commissioner be termed personally liable for this defamation and the amount be collected from him. The agony continued with various projects and resolutions being passed unanimously.
The body approved Nimkhedi Shivar extended limits policy that excluded reserved locations in city limits; Allocation of shops at Rs. 10 per Square Meter per month along with taxes extra at to be built Swami Vivekananda Complex at Khwajamiya removed slum location.
Amongst other major decisions included resolution for handling over of MIDC area roads, gutters, street lights maintenance work to MIDC as Corporation is unable to maintain the infrastructure resources in this industrial belt. There has been a continuous demand of MIDC area being moved out of Corporation limits as it is collecting taxes but not providing any facilities. The story continued with body passing resolution to suspend Corporation's Legal Department Head alleging him of not availing housing case filling information to Mayor and other publicly elected heads.
Nashik Division Teacher's Constituency
election schedule announced:
The Divisional Election Authority has announced schedule for Nashik Divisional Teacher's Constituency. The Nomination forms are available with District Collectorate (Assistant Returning Officer) and last date of filling nominations is 07th June followed by scrutiny on 08th June and withdrawing nominations until 10th June. The Election polling if required would be on 24th June from 08am until 04pm. The division comprises of Nashik, AhmedNagar, Jalgaon, Dhule, and Nandurbar districts and the tussle is expected to be mainly amongst major party candidates.
12th Finance Commission aid worth
Rs. 12 Crores received:
The Jalgaon District has received 12 Crores fund under 12th Finance Commission. The funds received are Rs. 3 Crores for District Council, 3 Crores for Panchayat Committee Level, and rest 6 Crores at Village Panchayat Level. The ZP is preparing a list of villages to avail this grant. The ZP is planning to avail 50% of demanded amounts to village Panchayats which could avail some level of development works.
First cloudy raining losses estimated at Rs. 12 Crores:
The Jalgaon district having witnessing cloudy raining on 28th May has worst hit Raver, Yaval taluka. The Primary estimated figures suggest that the Raver taluka has witness losses worth Rs. 12 Crores while Yaval has faced losses of Rs. 15 Lakhs. The other two MuktaiNagar and Bodwad estimating work is in progress.
The district had 5.60mm raining in Jalgaon; Jamner had 2.0mm, Bhusawal with 0.60mm, Bodwad with 52.60mm rainfall and Raver had 1mm rainfall.
HSC Revaluation and October applications
deadline until 15th June:
The State Secondary and Higher Secondary Board conducted March-2006 exam result is being announced on 05th June and the score revaluation applications can be submitted until 15th June. Those failing in exam can also apply for October-2006 exam by 15th June and the last date with penalty is 26th June 2006. Please contact your respective College for more information.
City Municipal Corporation General Body meeting today:
The Corporation General body is meeting today to discuss various topics on the agenda. Amongst major topics includes resolution to answer Notice sent by Housing Development Contractor on breach of contract causing losses worth Rs. 20 Crores to Contractor. Amongst other topmost issues include ruling party proposed Resolution to convert Jalgaon Corporation to A Class Municipal Council, Building up of Swami Vivekananda Complex, Road repair works in MIDC area, formation of committee for various granted projects and discussions on proposal for extension of city limits till Nimkhedi Shivar excluding reservation.
The Corporation standing committee met yesterday and approved various water supply related repairs and new projects that includes laying of pipe lines in various areas, valve placement, to cover up well with iron bars, to avail well in Fule Complex, setting up temporary stone dam near Dapora pumping station, to construct infiltration well in Girana pumping station etc. and extended cleanliness contract.
Fire in Khandesh Mill complex:
The State Bank of India Agricultural Development Branch along with top shops in the market caught fire yesterday morning around 4am resulting in losses worth Rs. 16.50 Lakhs. The dreading conditioned Complex having various wings caught fire in fifth building (wing) having two chambers of Bank and two shops. The fire brigade authorities controlled this fire within 2 hours.
Bhusawal's "Kala Hanuman" ranked third in National drama competition:
Bhusawal based Shree Kala Hanuman cultural forum team has won third rank in Sanskar Bharti Drama Organisation Agra conducted National Level Drama competition. The team performed "Saitan", Marathi play written by Deven Kapadnis and directed by Ramakant Bhalerao.
Forum's Kumudini Fegade was honoured for her outstanding services in promoting Cultural and drama activities throughout the region.
raining continues to shade life:
The whole Jalgaon District continues to witness showery to medium and heavy raining at many places throughout the district. The Raver taluka remained worst hit zone with its 20 major banana producing villages facing sky bursting and cloudy raining with heavy wind flow resulting in severe damages to standing banana crop. Raining caused electricity disturbances throughout the district. The Nashirabad to Jalgaon route 132KVA supply conductor broke down in heavy wind flow thereby throwing whole Jalgaon city along with taluka in dark for more than 9 hours. The electricity supply disrupted by 6.30pm was regulated by late night around 12pm and it continued the "Hide-and-seek" game throughout the night.
The pre-monsoon raining arrival has spread signals of good monsoon raining amongst farming community.
NMU to fill Teacher posts for Post Graduate Courses:
Khandesh's educational hub North Maharashtra University Senate has approved recruiting of teachers for its newly announced Post Graduate Courses beginning from July 2007. The new courses include Economics, Social Science, History, Journalism, and Organic Chemistry.
NMU's current Vice Chancellor is retiring this 15th August and as a measure the Senate has begun its process of selecting new Vice Chancellor. The Selection Committee formed for this purpose has suggested name of Yashwantrao Chavan Open Univeristy and Bharti University Ex-Vice Chancellor Prof. Uttamrao Bhoite by Management Council. The Body has sent its PG Courses request to State Government for approval and further processing.
Jalgaon's mega Police Recruitment
drive begins on 30th May:
Jalgaon District Police is conducting its mega recruitment drive for 108 male, 47 female Police Constables beginning on 30th May. The drive begins on morning 7am at Police Parade Ground and the Authorities have urged all applying candidates to reach well in time along with all necessary documents. There are 19 tables arranged for easing the load in process and the drive is expected to have presence of over 10,000 candidates for just 155 posts. Until now around 10,000 applications have been sold and the process is expected to be completed in 5 phases.
For any of complaints, secret information relating to this recruitment drive, please contact: District Superintendent of Police - 9422525100, ADSP - 9422776624, PRO - 9822177333 and authorities have urged candidates not to get caught in any of mischief relating to assurances of availing job by some bribery.
Divisional Boxing competition at
Jalgaon's Manoj Suryawanshi has defeated Washi's Prakash Chaudhari while in Girls Venisa Desilva has won the match in ongoing Nashik divisional boxing competition at Bhusawal.
District Skating team wins 9 medals in National Skating competition:
Jalgaon District's Skating team participating in All India Skating competition has won 2 Gold, 5 Silver, and 2 bronze medals in competition hosted at Pune. District team defeated various heavy weight teams in Rink 1, Rink 2 and Rink 3 competition.
Jalgaon's Raksha Sharma leading team in Open category has won one Gold Medal each in Rink 1 and Rink 2 type competition while Deveshree Patil won Silver in the same competition. In Boys competition, team captain Amol Pandharkar won 1 Bronze and two Silver medals in Open category while Dhananjay Mahajan, Neeraj Sharma, Kadambari Mahajan, Priya Salunkhe, Hrushi Patil, Shubham Deshmukh also demonstrated excellent sportsmanship.
Raining throughout the District:
The whole Jalgaon District witnessed showery to medium raining in evening time. Jalgaon city had showery raining while Bhusawal had rain pouring and Bhadgaon, Chopda having showery rain.
The District Administration has estimated Rs. 85 Lakhs losses due to this raining in Raver and Yaval taluka.
NMU announces Change in Degree Names
for 5 courses:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon has announced Change of Degree names in its Senate meeting. The changes effective from academic year 2006-07 have BBS, B. E-Commerce, M.C.M., S.S., and M.P.M. The Meeting also decided to introduce History, Economics, Social Science, and Journalism Post Graduate Courses under School of Social Science Department. It also finalized on introducing L.L.M. and M. P. Ed. Courses on Non-Grant basis.
B.B.S. Course would now be labeled as B.B.M., B. E-Commerce is now B.B.M. (E-Commerce), M.C.M. is now M.B.M. (Computer Management), M.M.S. is now M.B.M. (Management Studies), and M.P.M. would be termed as M.B.M. (Personnel management). The University is planning to introduce M. Phil. from August-2007.
District's 31 village Panchayat election on 28th May:
Jalgaon District's 25 villages Panchayats along with 6 Panchayat having Bye-elections are undergoing voting process on 28th May. The Vote counting process is scheduled on 30th May. The Panchayats include Villages from Raver, Chopda, and Yaval Taluka.
supply tower collapses in Yaval: Yaval and Chopda taluka in dark:
The Yaval taluka witnessing cloudy raining yesterday evening witnessed falling of electricity supply tower resulting in around 163 villages of Yaval and Chopda taluka in dark.
Chikhli Bk (Yaval Taluka) based 132KVA electricity distribution tower No. 24 has fallen down causing this trouble. The Electricity company authorities have estimated at least 2 more days' time for rebuilding of the tower and regulate the electricity supply.
BSNL announces clearing of Waiting
List for Broadband Internet:
The BSNL Jalgaon has announced availing of 250 more Broadband connections for its wait listed users willing to go Broadband. The Company has recently installed Huawei China's 500 lines Broadband exchange and is planning to move existing 250 lines exchange to Chalisgaon and Bhusawal cities. The new exchange will enable BSNL to avail connection to around 200 out of 500 wait listed customers in Jalgaon city. The BSNL officials have also announced availability of Broadband connectivity at Ramanand Nagar, Nivrutti Nagar along with North Maharashtra University exchange shortly.
District yet to be marked "Bird Flu Free":
Jalgaon District witnessing Bird Flu and mass culling chickens is yet to be labeled Bird Flu free with State Animal Husbandry authority team yet to stamp on it. State Animal Husbandry Authority team from Pune recently visited the bird flu affected zone and reviewed District Administration's various efforts taken to curb this dangerous disease. The team will present its Report to State Government.
The Central Animal Husbandry Team comprising of Deputy Directorate and four Experts is shortly visiting Jalgaon to review the all works done and will finally announce Jalgaon free from Bird Flu.
Saturday Club inaugurated in Jalgaon:
In order increase understanding and avail best of business opportunities in Khandesh as well as whole State, the Saturday Club is being inaugurated in Jalgaon on Saturday, 27th May. The Inauguration cum installation ceremony has special honor of 10 personalities from Jalgaon District.
The Club aims at organizing Lecture Series for Industrialists and Professionals, hold Workshops, Help in getting Self-Employments and to hold visits at various industrial establishments.
in Bhusawal, Raver, and Yaval:
The Bhusawal, Raver, Yaval, Anturli, DeepNagar, and Varangaon witnessed heavy raining yesterday evening sending whole region into dark for whole night. The sudden raining caused discrepancies in telephone and electricity services. The Bhusawal city had raining for more than an hour easing the temperature all around.
The farming community is happy with timely arrival of pre-monsoon raining is and are in full pace preparations for the upcoming Kharip season plantation.
Flood Control Mechanism finalized
for Jalgaon District:
With Monsoon raining to arrive shortly, the Tapi Irrigation Development Corporation has finalized its mechanism to control flood situation in Jalgaon, Dhule, Nandurbar and Malegaon. This mechanism will come in to effect from 01st June 2006 and has 30 branch engineers along with one Messenger, Graphologists, and two observers.
The mechanism enacts and provides possible flood situations to people living on banks of rivers and dam and alerts administration for possible preparations.
Corporation General Meeting Agenda
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation General Body is meeting on 30th May to discuss various topics on agenda that includes proposal to honor Jalgaon Outstanding Citizens with 'Jalgaon City Ratna' and 'Jalgaon City Bhushan' working in various fields. The Award would comprise of Memento and Certificate and would be awarded on auspicious eve of "Gudi Padwa". Beginning with year 2005-06, the ruling NCP has suggested a committee of 9 Jalgaonities doing outstanding activities in their respective fields.
The drinking water supply situation has worsened in the city with Corporation having almost zero stock in its Girana pumping station and Dapora supply Station. The Mira-Bhainder Corporation Committee is visiting Jalgaon today to inspect Jalgaon City's cleanliness under Saint Gadge Baba Cleanliness Drive.
Raining in Bhusawal region:
The Bhusawal region based Raver, Yaval, Faijpur, Savda and MuktaiNagar areas witnessing raining yesterday evening easing and lowering down the temperature. The 15-20 minutes long raining would benefit the farming community.
Prof. Patil receives Annapurna Award:
The Society for Advancement of Electrochemical Science and Technology has honored North Maharashtra University's School of Physical Sciences Director Prof. P. P. Patil with Smt. Annapurna Award. Prof. Patil's Paper on "Corrosion Protection of Low Carbon Steel by Poly Electro-synthesised From Tartet Solution" has been selected as one of Best Researches in "Corrosion and its prevention" category.
Corporation's disgusting going:
Rulers proposes rollback to State:
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation's ruling NCP and allied members have proposed putting up a topic on agenda for rolling back Jalgaon into "A Class Municipal Council" to that of current Corporation status. The topic would be discussed in General Body meeting on 30th May and if unanimously resolved, would be sent to State for further actions. The Meeting has 10 topics on agenda and this topic remains hottest on the list.
This is for the first time in Jalgaon Corporation history that such retrospective effect resolution is being proposed and if passed and Okayed by State, could change Jalgaon local administration all the way and throw out the whole administration system to political annuities.
Corporation Women and Children Welfare committee Election:
The Corporation Women and Children welfare committee election process has ended with only 9 candidates filling their nomination requests thereby being selected unopposed. The General body meeting made this official announcement of selection of 6 NCP and Alliance members while 3 BJP and Shivsena Alliance members. The Corporation regulations provide at least 75% women member provision thereby leading to at least 7 female candidates. Out of 9 selected candidates, 8 are female candidates and the days ahead would demonstrate their strength in handling this political scenario. The Committee head Election is yet to complete.
Corporation General Body is meeting on 30th May to elect one standing committee candidate along with discussions on various topics.
Jalgaon's 4 athletes selected for
Karate Competition at Nepal:
Jalgaon's 4 athletes have been selected for Panthon High School Karate and Kick Boxing competition at Kathmandu Nepal from 25th May. The team lead by Manoj Dilip Chaudhari has Mustakin Nasiroddin Siddiqui (Jalgaon), Girish Arun Patil (Bhusawal), and Parag Tryambak Gajare (Amalner)
woes: Girana Pumping water ends:
Jalgaon city's major water supply resource Girana pumping stored water has ended and as a result the whole city is getting Low Pressure and delayed drinking water supply. The interior areas like Shirsoli Naka to Walmik Nagar and Icchadevi Temple to Pimprala, Dadawadi areas are witnessing acute drinking water shortage. The District Administration has made another release of Girana dam water on 19th May and it would a few days to reach at pumping station. The Corporation administration has urged civilians to save water and co-operate in this shortage scenario. The public has responded to this shortage as another Administrative failure opening up the huge difference mark between papers presented works and actual works being done by Government agencies.
The Girana dam water storage level has touched 15% while Jalgaon's 7 dam have already touched 0 marks.
Weather change eases May heat effect:
The changing cloudy weather has eased Jalgaonities intense summer effect and as a result the mercury has fallen to 39 degrees reducing heat all around. The May beginning remained hardest times for Jalgaonities with heat at maximum added with frequent power cuts. The mercury crossed 40 Degrees mark and touched 42 degrees in April and topped at 44.8 degrees in May first week. The whole second week continued to be in 40-43 degrees range followed by raining on 18th May throughout the district.
National Crop Insurance Scheme proposal acceptance until 31st July:
The Central Authorities have extended the National Crop Insurance Scheme until 31st July and urged farmers to take maximum benefit of this scheme. The scheme avails insurance cover to standing crops and produced crops against all natural and human calamities. The scheme also calculates revenue division's whole outputs and pays compensation in case the earning falls below standard limits.
The scheme benefited 1.05 Crores insurance to Amalner, Chopda and Yaval taluka in year 2004-05 and Rs. 51.95 Lakhs in year 2005-06 excluding cotton crop. The enrolment process is simple and it just requires farmers to open up a bank account with loan paying banker and depositing this insurance premium amount in it. Please contact District Agricultural Authorities for details information in this regards.
Pratik Patil defeats rated Chess
Jalgaon's promising young chess star Pratik Patil has defeated renowned Chess Trainer Ravi Dandekar in ongoing Open FIDE rating International Chess Competition being played at Sangli.
activities continue to rock Jalgaon District:
The Jalgaon District continues to witness shocking hidden roles in Students Islamic Movement India (SIMI). The Jalgaon Police yesterday searched a Narayan Wadi Chalisgaon based Advocate in this connection. Police has seized CD, Audio tapes, mobile phones after instructions from Aurangabad Police getting connected links with recent arms seizure. Police team of 40 Commandos also made intense search in Patnadevi forestry located near to Chalisgaon city. The Police Authorities are yet to brief media on seizures and actual disclosures at raided places.
Corporation Roads Development proposal
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation's ambitious City Roads development plan has turned to standstill following the MSRDC agency administration finding it harder on profitability and recovery aspects. MSRDC administration has raised questions on ability of Jalgaon Corporation for repayment of this huge project cost seeing Corporation's current financial woes and huge debt burden.
Earlier MSRDC proposed 3 options to Corporation for repayment that included introduction of CESS on Petrol and Diesel sales in city and paying this revenue to them, assigning Corporation owned Shopping complexes income to them, and finally introducing Toll tax in city for revenue generation.
The Corporation administration is initiating best attempts to start up this project and will shortly meet CM in this regards.
Dhanora region witnesses losses
worth Rs. 80 Lakhs:
The 2 days continued raining and cloudy atmosphere has caused losses worth Rs. 80 Lakhs in Dhanora region in Chopda Taluka. The Chopda revenue division authorities have begun their prima-facie estimation of losses. The losses are estimated in 58 hectares banana producing area due to snowing. The farmers have urged State to compensate this natural calamity that paralysed their bread earning resource.
Jalgaon Bird Flu Poultry farm compensation
The District administration is beginning compensation payment to poultry farm owners today. The administration has received third and fourth phase culling compensation worth Rs. 30.78 Lakhs for 40 farms. The administration has culled around 6 Lakh chickens in four phases of Bird Flu removal drive.
Administration announces Special
Policy for lonesome and needy Children:
The District Administration has formed a Special Children Welfare Committee as per the provisions of Children Justice (Children Care and protection) Act 2002. The Act section 32(1) avails special care and protection to needy and alone children that includes beggars and less-privileged and needy children. The committee is planning to encourage Non-government Organisations to avail maximum benefits of this scheme. Please contact District Women and Children Welfare Officer for detailed information thereof.
Reason to rejoice: Second Instalment
of State Cotton buying Share Capital from today:
The State Authorities have begun distribution of second instalment of Share capital deducted from Cotton procurement repayment of farmers. The Authorities are distributing 32.28 Crores for Jalgaon and Dhule Division in second instalment. The sum includes Rs. 21.86 Crores for Jalgaon and rest 4.42 Crores for Dhule division. The Government agencies deducted this share capital amount during procurement from 1975 until 2004 from 338,372 farmers in Jalgaon and Dhule Division.
The Authorities will shortly distribute Rs. 5.6 Crores pay orders of share capital deduction done by Co-operative Ginning Societies for cotton procurement from farmers.
District's 22 Small Savings
group to participate in Divisional Exhibition:
Jalgaon District's 22 small saving groups are participating in Sales exhibition event under Golden Jubilee Village Self-Employment scheme in Nashik Division and Rajmata Jijau Self-Dependence Award ceremony.
The District Rural Development Authority (DRDA) is heading this team on 22nd May at Nashik and the event will have presence of Top-Level Ministers for prize distribution ceremony. Earlier Rajura (MuktaiNagar) based Savitribai Fule Women Savings group has been nominated for Jalgaon District Level "Rajmata Jijau Self-Dependence" Award followed by Lasgaon (Pachora) based Samta Women savings Groups as Second ranker and Bhadgaon Peth based Swayam Siddha Women Savings Group as third along with Bamnod (Yaval) based Ekta Women Savings group winning Consolation prize. All these groups will also participate in the event.
State Legislative Council Election:
Chopda's Arunbhai Gujarathi nominated by NCP:
The Nationalist Congress Party has announced candidature for upcoming Legislative Council Election from Legislative Constituencies. Chopda's Arunbhai Gujarathi also heading NCP is its candidate for Council election. Arunbhai will file in nomination form on 22nd May. The nomination scrutiny process is on 23rd May followed by last date of withdrawing nominations on 25th and if required, election would be conducted on 01st June followed by results on the same evening.
District Police begins recruitment
of 155 Police Constable Posts:
The Jalgaon District Police wide its Press Advertisements has announced recruitment process for filling 155 Police Constable Posts with 3050-75-3950-80-4590 Pay Scale. The 155 posts include 108 Male and 47 female candidate requirement. The Application forms are available with All Police Stations in District, Police Headquarters, City Traffic Police Office, and at Reception of District Superintendent of Police office and last date of filling applications is 30th May. Please contact respective authorities for detailed information on reserved posts, qualifying eligibility and other terms.
Special Sports Deputy Directorate
Office set up for Nashik Division:
The State Government has decided to initiate special Independent Sports and Youth Services Deputy Directorate offices that include Nashik division comprising of Jalgaon, Dhule, Nandurbar, and Nashik District beginning from 01st May. The Nashik District Sports Authority are currently enacting as Deputy Directorate for this office. Initiating of this office will now mean 7 teams in the division namely Nashik, Dhule, and Jalgaon Corporation teams, and Nashik, Dhule, Nandurbar, and Jalgaon District teams. The new office has Deputy Directorate, Office Superintendent; class 3 Junior Assistant, Chief Accountant each with 2 senior and junior clerks and 2 office staff. Thane District earlier added in this division has been removed from this division enabling Northern Maharashtra region to have more of sporting opportunities.
Pulse Polio Vaccination drive
tomorrow: Targets 4.65 Lakh Children in district:
The District Health Authorities are implementing the nationwide conducted Pulse Polio Vaccination in District tomorrow. The drive is expected to vaccinate 4.65 Lakh children with two drops of Polio vaccine for children under 5 years. The first phase of this drive was implemented on 09th April.
The Authorities have estimated 330,253 children in rural areas while 85,312 children in urban areas and 50,289 children Jalgaon Corporation area and have appointed 6,281 staff at 2,216 booths to handle the whole activity. The Rural areas will have 1,808 booths while 275 booths are set in urban areas and 113 at Corporation level along with 180 mobile booths.
State aids 65 Lakhs to tackle
The State Government has provided with Rs. 65 Lakhs fund of 4 Crores demanded to tackle drinking water supply crisis in Jalgaon. The District Administration report estimated 650 villages witnessing shortages this summer and until now 110 villages have turned to tanker supply and 150 private wells occupied to ease the crisis. The State Authorities have instructed administration to use this fund for Tanker Supply and well acquisition.
North Maharashtra University
Reports: Various development works to be completed by August:
Ashwamedh Sports Competition host North Maharashtra University is in full pace preparations for smooth conducting of this Mega State Level sporting activity. The University has assigned top priority for finishing up sports grounds work along with making the University pathway brighter by introducing lights on both sides of road.
Amongst other development works include completing pending work of Pratap Philosophy Centre at Amalner, Physical Training Courses Building, NMU's prestigious Entry Gate, Road works from Entry gate to Main Building etc.
District's 4,243 teachers to
go on Taluka Level Training from 22nd May:
The District Council Authorities under the "Education for All" drive is beginning special training Programme for First and fifth reorganized Syllabus from 22nd May. In all 4,243 teachers are undergoing this 12 days training through Deputy Education Office.
Bird Flu effect: State plans
special compensation for Poultry owners:
After the Bird flu epic getting over, the Poultry farms in district are at their weakest state of work. Considering this grim situation the State is planning to offer a special compensation package based on culling count in these poultries. The District Administration has called all Poultry owners to submit their fact sheet about current status of work and losses faced with all paper proofs to their Taluka Animal Husbandry Authority and Panchayat authority within 7 days. Please contact Taluka Animal Husbandry Authority or District Animal Husbandry Authority for detailed information in this regards.
MHT-CET 2006: 5,036 students
to appear from 16 Centre in Jalgaon:
The Directorate of Technical Education Maharashtra State conducted joint Entrance exam for Pharmacy, Engineering, and Medical is being conducted on 21st May throughout the State. In all 5,036 students are appearing from 16 Centres in Jalgaon city.
NMU announces Results of various
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon has announced results of various Post Graduate courses in Science stream that includes Zoology, Statistics, Ecology, Mathematics, BFA, BTE, and M. P. Ed. Examinations. The results are available on NMU website.
Corporation floats Tender for
Octroi and Escort Fees collection:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation has announced Tender for Private Party Octroi and Escort Fees Collection with minimum quote of Rs. 52.94 Crores annually (Rs. 14,50,411 per day). The tender is for a period of 1 year from 11th June 2006 until 10th June 2007 and remains open from 20th May until 31st May 2006.
The Tender terms also requires Rs. 26,470,000/- Bank Deposit and Security Deposit of Rs. 84,704,000/- in form of Bank Guarantee.
Corporation soon to have new
The State Government's recent announcement of converting Jalgaon Corporation into D category Corporation would avail many new Officer Posts to Corporation. According to State's Corporation hierarchy structure, the D category Corporations should have 2 posts of Deputy Commissioner, 4 posts of Joint Commissioner, 2 posts in Town Planning department, 4 posts of Deputy City Engineers.
The Corporation currently has 3 vacant posts of Joint Commissioner, a post of Deputy Commissioner, and a post of Deputy City Engineer along with one post of Chief Accounts Officer. The State Government is yet to announce on this front.
Mehrun Lake to have Ambarjhara
The Mehrun Lake has dried this year following intense summer heat and low water levels. The Corporation as a special measure to avoid this drying in next summer has planned to draw a special canal from Ambarjhara Lake and divert its water here. The Mehrun Lake every year stores Monsoon rain water and has dried for third time since it started.
The Plan includes drawing 3 Kms distance linking canal from Ambarjhara Lake to Mehrun Lake and also has plans of increasing Mehrun Lake's depth and spread. This spread will add significant water level increase in Mehrun and Tambapura region.
Jalgaon's Journalist Bhalchandra
Nemade nominated for Darpan Awards:
The Maharashtra State Journalist Welfare Fund committee honoured Annual Acharya Bal-Shastri Jambhekar Memorial awards nominees has been announced. The list includes Jalgaon's freelance Journalist Bhalchandra Nemade being nominated in 14th Annual Award on State Level. The Award comprises of Rs. 2,500 Cash Prize, Memorial Trophy, Literary, and Shawl.
District Team wins 9 medals
in State Skating Competition:
The Jalgaon District players have secured 4 Gold, 3 Silver, and 2 Bronze medals in Nehru Youth Centre Aurangabad and District Skating Association jointly conducted State Level Skating competition.
In Girls under 4 year category Skating Rink 2 type competition Kadambari Mahajan won Gold while Deepali Yeole won Gold in 12-14 years age group and Raksha Sharma winning in Open Category. In Boys competition Shubham Deshmukh won in 12-14 years age group. Jalgaon's Vaishnavi Mahajan, Neha Patil, and Devshree Patil won Silver Medals while Priya Salunkhe and Amol Pandharkar won bronze medals.
District Committee avails financial
aid to family of 8 farmers doing suicide:
Jalgaon District's special committee formed to help families of farmer doing suicide has sanctioned 8 proposal of financial aids to families of farmers while it rejected 3 and 2 kept pending.
The committee received a total of 13 proposals for consideration of special financial aid of which 8 were sanctioned for farmers from Bambrud (Pachora), Waghod (Yaval), Gavkheda (Erandol), Nimkhedi (Dharangaon), Dharangaon, Wadghe Old (Bhadgaon), Adgaon (Parola), and Sakri (Bhusawal).
Call for Sports Association
The Jalgaon District Sports Authority has urged all Schools, College to register Sports associations functional with them. State Government's year 2001 Sports Policy promotes establishing of sports associations at every village, taluka and District levels. The District Sports authority could avail Rs. 2500.00 special aid to promote such activities.
Mission "Best of Kharip
The Kharip crop plantation season is arriving and preparations are in full pace to get best of yields this season. The Agricultural department of District Council (ZP) has estimated 86,450 quintal seeds along with 232,060 metric tones chemical fertilizers requirement for this season.
The District currently has 614 quintals of seeds available at this moment and had 212,998 metric tones chemical fertilizers requirement in last year. District's apex bank JDCC Bank has targeted Rs. 312 Crores Crop Loans this year as compared to last year's 260 Crores.
Jhipru Anna festivity from tomorrow:
Nashirabad Village's deity Jhipru Anna festivity is from 18th May until 21st May. The three days includes various religious activities and would have participation from various followers from Maharashtra, Gujarat, and MadhyaPradesh. Anna's commemoration day is on 21st May and would have special fest on the day.
Jalgaon District's one of promising young authors Ashok Kautil Koli's written "PADA", a Marathi Literary Kadambari is being published on Sunday, 21st May. The book focuses on banana producers issues and has been written in "Tavadi" language.
District Administration applies
Section 144 in Exam area:
The District Administration has enforced Section 144 of IPC 1973 to maintain Law and Order Situation in the Exam section. The Medical, Engineering, and Pharmacy joint CET exam is on 21st May at 16 centres throughout the District. The enforcement further restricts movement and entry into 200 meters periphery of exam centres on 21st May from 09am until 05pm and has banned use of Mobile Phones and photocopy centres in the area.
Corporation to float joint tender
for Octroi and Escorts Collection:
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation is administration is planning to float joint tender for Octroi and Escort fees collection. The current private party contract is ending on 10th June 2006. Corporation is currently earning Rs. 1,111,111 per day from Octroi Contract and Rs. 1.50 Lakhs per day from Escort collection through private party. Currently both vendors are different for this process and Administration is planning best of legal formalities to avoid any of legal issues.
Corporation call Tenders for
City Development Plan:
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation has called for private agencies to prepare City Development Plan (CDP) under Urban Infrastructure Development scheme for small and Medium Towns (UIDSSMT). The agencies filling this tender should have experience in similar kind of work for any city in India and have interest of city developing plan under the above scheme for Jalgaon. The detailed terms of reference is available at an office of City Engineer during office hours. Last date of filling tender is 23rd May 2006.
Jalgaon District Team moved
for State Level Skating Competition:
The Jalgaon District's team has been moved to Aurangabad for State Level Skating Competition. Dhananjay Mahajan and Vaishanvi Mahajan has been selected for the Captionship Players are under
Dhananjay Mahajan, Niraj Sharma, Jay Patil, Dipali Yeole, Neha Patil, Priya Salunkhe, Shubham Dev, Hrishikesh Patil, Shubham Deshmukh, Raksha Manoj Sharma, Deveshri Patil, Amol Pandharkar. Team Coach- Sanjay Patil.
Harvest Crop management meeting
by District Council Agricultural Department:
The District Council Agricultural Department is arranging meeting for the harvest crop management for year 2006-2007 today at District Council President Hall on afternoon 1pm. Meeting have discussion on seeds, water supply management as well as districts sowing purposes etc.
Results of 11th Arts, Sci, Com
of M.J. College.
On 15th May, 2006 M.J. College will declare results of 11th Arts, Sci & Com at morning 9.00 am in M.J. College campus.
3 Gold, 1 Silver & 2 Bronze
Medals in District.
In Captain S.J. egical memorial maharashtra state shooting championship, Mumbai. Team of Jalgaon District raifal shooting association has won 3 Gold, 1 Silver & 2 Bronze Medals.
North Maharashtra Mini Marathon Competition on 15th May at Bhusawal:
On the eve of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Birth Festivity, North Maharashtra Mini Marathon Competition will be played on 15th May 2006 at Bhusawal. Competition will be beginning from 8am for the distance of 8km. For more details and participation, please contact Ganesh Gaikwad- 9850147772, Sanjay Sonar-9823544509.
R.R. School success:
Jalgaon's R.R. School six students namely Amol Bapu Badgujar, Shubham Narayan Kumavat, Paresh Prakash Badgujar, Rahul Rajendra Gosavi, Samir Shrikant Chaudhari, Nikhil Dilip Attarde has won the State Level Scout Award
KCE's Nandkumar Bendale and
M.J. College's Anil Rao selected for International Research Conference:
Khandesh College Education Society's Treasurer Nandkumar Bendale and Mooljii Jaitha College's Principal Anil Rao has been selected for the International Research Conference. Conference will have period of 3 days from 21st May to 24th May at Sandiago (America). They will present research paper on 'Hotspot Identification and Prioritization using Geo-Informatics' in Digital Government Research Conference.
Jalgaon's Usha Mehta wins Excellent
Regional Co-ordinator Award:
Jalgaon's Usha Mehta has won the Excellent Regional Co-ordinator Award in Multiple Convention at Udaipur.
District wins six medals in Shooting Championship Competition:
The Jalgaon District Rifle Association has won the three Golden Medals, two Bronze Medals and Silver Medal in 10th State Level Shooting Championship Competition at Mumbai. Competition has participation of twenty-eight students. IMR College's Shailesh Prakash Devare won two while Bhushan Ravindra Mahajan won one Golden Medal. Milind Prakash Devare won Silver Medal while Kunal Subhash Shinde and Nikhil Ravindra Mahajan won Bronze Medal.
Bullet Proof Jackets for Central
With the consideration of R.P.F. Modernizationn, Railway Board is announcing the availability of Bullet Proof Jackets for the Central Railway Police within two or three days. Central Railway have sanctioned hundred bullet proof jackets having distribution as Mumbai Division: Thirty, Bhusawal Division: Twenty, Nagpur Division: Twenty and Solapur Division: Thirty.
District's Secondary Hermitage(Aashram) Schools declared:
Under Nashik Public Revenue Department District's Secondary Hermitage Schools are declared for the liberated community. They are as listed below
Jalgaon: Lonje, Pimparkheda, Tanda (Chalisgaon), Galan, Varsade, Tanda (Pachora), Bholanetanda (Parola), Charthana (Muktainagar), Bhandave Digar (Bhusawal), Gadkhamb and Ranaiche (Amalner), Tanda (Bhadgaon)
Dhule: Nagav Hill, Vidyavadi, Varshi and Dondaicha Sondali (Shindkheda), Sakri, Moradadtanda.
DRDA receives 40 nominations for Rajmata Jijau Award:
The District Rural Development Authority has received 40 nominations from all Taluka for Rajmata Jijau Self-dependent Below-poverty Line active women groups under Golden Jubilee Village Self-Employment Scheme. The District Selection committee will announce the award today and the Awards distribution ceremony is on 22nd May at Nashik.
The Award comprises of first prize of Rs. 10,000, Second Prize of Rs. 7,000, and third prize of Rs. 5,000 on District Level while first prize of Rs. 25,000, Second prize of Rs. 15,000 and third prize of Rs. 10,000 on regional level.
ZP Agricultural Department to
conduct Kharip planning meeting on 15th May:
The Jalgaon District Council (ZP) is conducting a meeting on Kharip 2006-07 plantations planning on 15th May at ZP's Shahu Maharaj Hall. The Meeting would have presence of ZP CEO, Deputy CEO, Agricultural Committee head, Agriculture Development Officer and would have discussions on Kharip Plantation, seeds, and fertiliser's availability etc.
The meeting will also have significant announcements relating to targeted crop, crop loans, water planning by irrigation department authorities.
Bad luck for Jalgaon: State
transfers Jalgaon Corporation Commissioner to Latur:
Jalgaon continues to witness unluckiness over administrative front. The State Government wide it's Order has transferred Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Commissioner Dr. Pravin Gedam as CEO of Latur District Council (ZP). The Corporation has received this Fax signed by State Government's General Administration Department Joint Secretary urging Commissioner to join new location as his Leave ends. He is currently on his marriage leave for 1 month. The decision was rejoiced by exploding crackers by Ruling Party members while Opposition has condemned this decision.
Dr. Gedam joined Jalgaon Corporation on 09th October 2005 and was 04th Commissioner of Jalgaon Corporation and had various works during his tenure. Corporation's first commissioner D. P. Metke joined on 04th July 2003 and was transferred on 08th August 2004 followed by Sanjay Kakde as Second Commissioner joining on 09th August 2004 until 27th January 2005. He was followed by G. H. Ghate joining Corporation on 27th January and retiring on 31st September.
Golden Jubilee celebrating Libraries
to get Special Funds today:
The State Government is honouring 77 Public Libraries today having completed 100 years of its running. The special package includes Rs. 5 Lakh Cash fund for every library. The libraries list includes Public Library Bhusawal, Pj Sane Guruji Library and Free Reading Amalner, VV Library Jalgaon, Shri Naryan Martanda Library Yawal, City Library Erandol, City Reading Hall Chopda from Jalgaon District.
Panel visits Bird Flu affected villages:
After 4 rounds of massive culling operation, a panel of State Authorities has recently visited all bird flu affected places. The Panel comprises of State Animal Husbandry Authority, Animal diseases controlling authorities had visited selected poultry farms to understand the post scenario.
District Administration has culled 612,000 chickens in 4 rounds and has compensated Rs. 1.58 Crores for this.
Sakharam Maharaj festive begins
Amalner's Saint Shree Sakharam Maharaj's traditional festivity has begun with huge public participation. The tradition Rath festive begun at Wadi Chowk has Shri Lalji deity effigy that has huge devotion in the whole region.
JDCC Bank to issue Crop loans
to loss making Co-operatives also:
The Jalgaon District's apex co-operative Bank JDCC Bank has decided to avail Kharip Crop loans to members of various multi-purpose services co-operative societies running in losses. The decision taken would help these institutions to reduce losses and would benefit around 100,000 farmer members.
There are 872 crop loan providing societies in district of which 395 are loss making and the step would help ease losses.
Urban Co-operative Banks on
strike on 12th May:
Following Central Government's new directive on implementing Income Taxes on Urban Co-operative Bank, the association has announced a day token strike on 12th May. All member banks of Jalgaon District Urban Co-operative Banks Association are participating in this token strike and the association is preparing for stronger protest if the clause is not withdrawn at earliest.
State Government categorises
Jalgaon Corporation in "D" category:
The Maharashtra State Government has categorised Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation into "D" Category Corporation from existing "C" Category Corporation. The categorisation system is based on Corporation's revenue collections and Corporations are formed in cities where population is greater than or equal to 300,000. The State Government wide its order dated 04th May has converted Jalgaon to "D" Category Corporation could affect its Plans in terms of funding and transfers of officers from one place to another.
Workshop on Water and Land Conservation Project:
The Jalgaon District Administration is conducting a day workshop under Mahatma Jyotiba Fule Water and Land Conservation drive for year 2006-07. Last year Salva (Dharangaon) and Sabgavhan (Amalner) did excellent work in this project and therefore administration is planning to nominate these villages for Divisional Awards.
District's MLA, Divisional Officers, Tahsildars, Social Forestry Department office bearers, District Council (ZP) and Panchayat members, Council Presidents have been invited to this conference. Last year district authorities had various such works amounting to 24 Crores that included water harvesting of 7,000 well, removing wastes from lakes, repair works.
Election process for 21 Village
The District Authorities have begun nomination filling process for election of 21 backward community located Village Panchayat. Last date of filling nominations is 12th May while last date of withdrawing nominations is 17th May followed by polling on 27th May and counting on 30th May.
Panchayat undergoing elections are Satrasen, Morchida, Umarti, Borajanti, Krushnapuri, Baijapur, Melane, Devhari, Karjane, Mohrad from Chopda taluka and Jinsi, Kusumbe bk, Kusumbe Khurd, Lohare, Morhamandali, Nimdya, Padale Khurd, Pal and Sahastralinga from Raver taluka along with Parsadae and Malod from Yaval taluka.
Corporation General Meeting
approves all 7 topics on agenda:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation General Body Meeting on Monday has approved all 7 topics on agenda that included initiating of fresh tendering process for Octroi and Escort Fees Collection, implementation of various Central Government Urban Development schemes, formulating City Development Plan (CDP) etc.
The 3 hours long meeting also had discussion on waiving of Octroi until 2008 for newly established Raymond Fedora Unit, discounted rates octroi for newsprints raw material and finalising new rates for taxation for next tender. The body also approved waste management and recycling tax levying in city. The new tax rates are Rs. 10 per month per slum unit, Rs. 20 per month per house in normal colonies, Rs. 30 per month per bungalow in high class localities, and Rs. 40 per month per shop in commercial shops and complexes. The Corporation General Body also approved naming Ring Road Chowk to Late Ex-MP Bhaisaheb Y. S. Mahajan.
L. N. High School receives District
The Maharashtra State School Education Department in association with AIDS Control Society and UNICEF have awarded L. N. High School Jalgaon on District Level under "School Youth Life Skills Education Programme" at Pune.
The award honoured for excellent works on Health and immune in Youth age, Sex Education, HIV Spread, AIDS prevention etc. comprises of Rs. 2,000 Cash Prize and Certification.
DIC conducted Kids Photography Training camp:
The Jalgaon DIC Centre is conducting a Video Shooting and Photography along with Kids Photography. The Training includes Indoor and outdoor Video Shooting, picture mixing, handling video cameras, technology and usage, shooting process for B& W and Colour, Professional, household, Modelling, Natural, Digital photography training. It also includes details of various types of camera in photography, types of roll, lighting arrangements etc along with detailed scope of working on this field. The 21 days training camp has limited seats. Please contact DIC authorities for more details and participation thereof.
Corporation General Meeting today:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation General body is meeting today to discuss 8 various topics on agenda. Amongst topmost issues include appointing Private party for Octroi and Escort fees collection from 11th June for a year, introducing waste recycling management tax for handling and collecting waste and recycling, introducing plastic nylon covering on septic tanks, immunisation from mosquitoes, approving Development DC Rules for Jalgaon.
Summer continues to devastate routine life:
The whole region continues to witness burning summer times with mercury rising season's highest marks. Bhusawal city yesterday touched it's all times seasonal high of 46.5 degrees while Jalgaon had 44 degrees on scale. The increasing heat with no humidity relief makes harder to go out in afternoon times and the wave continues till late nights.
Standing committee approves Water
supply repairs work:
The Jalgaon Corporation Standing committee has approved various water supply repairs related works and has also allowed Current Account Opening for Bharat Petroleum Octroi collection. The committee also approved Rs. 51,000 Special Aid to Jalgaon's Vivek Alvani for his Germany tour. Amongst other tenders/ works approved include phase wire drawing on 122 poles in Master Colony, Concreting on Pimprala Shivar, Automatic Power Factor control panel on Girana Pumping and Dapora pumping stations. The committee also approved installation of power saving equipments on various water supply projects.
Summer Special Carom Training
from 15th May:
The Jalgaon District Carom Association is hosting 15 days carom training camp from 15th May until 30th in two age groups of 14 and 18 years. The camp would also include various rules and regulations understanding and participation of International and National Level players. Please contact 9422277860, 2226147 for more details and participation thereof.
8 Lakh Hectares plantation targeted for Kharip:
The District Agricultural Authorities have estimated 803,400 hectares plantation in upcoming Kharip season. The major crop this year is again estimated to be the Cotton Crop followed by corn and sesame. Last year district had 35% of total crop in Cotton amount to 342,567 hectares area while the Jwari and other traditional items are expected on lower front.
Jalgaon ZP committee to visit
The Jalgaon District Committee comprising of various members is visiting Raigad District today for evaluation under Saint Gadgebaba Village Cleanliness Drive for year 2005-06. The committee comprises of Women and Children Welfare committee, ZP CEO,
Worst days in Jalgaon's life:
Summer intensifies at its maximum:
The whole Jalgaon is witnessing one of most harassing experience with the summer touching its highest in last two days causing heat waves all around. Situation has worsened so deep that the region has heating breeze continued throughout the nights as well. Electricity continues to add to panic with at least 4-5 hours daily power cuts. Maharashtra's one of known Hill Stations in Jalgaon District, Pal has touched 42 Degrees and is expected to move further with the heat wave continued.
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation
calls for "Expression of Interest for Developing Jalgaon Airport":
After years of political dwelling and legal formalities, the Corporation has finally come up with an offer for Expression of Interest for Development of Jalgaon Airport on BOOT basis. The Jalgaon Airport located at a distance of 7kms from city on State Highway No. 27 on Ajanta Road is just at a distance of 43kms from World famous heritage Ajanta Caves.
The 41 hectares area (1865x180 meters) port has an air strip of 1459 x 46 meters (strengthened air strip: 1450 x 30 meters) and has a terminal building admeasuring 302 Square meters. The Corporation has called for Proposal on or before 15th June 2006 with views and drafts on fine tuning airport for landing of ATR type aircrafts and hanger, night landing, parking, training center facilities. The Proposal also expects detailed aspects of commercial recovery and profitability of the investment.
Please refer Corporation Authorities for detailed information thereof.
Bambhori Engineering College gets
Bio-Technology, Intake hike:
The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has approved Shrama Sadhana Bombay Trust promoted College of Engineering and Technology Bambhori Intake increase along with Bio-Technology as Engineering Degree and PG courses in two faculties.
The College now has additional capacity of 30 seats each in Computers, Electronics and Tele-Communications, and Mechanical Engineering and has also approved Post Graduation Courses in Civil and Mechanical engineering with intake limit of 18 seats from year 2006-07.
Summer camps in full shine throughout the region:
The arrival of summer demands more of activities and fun for children community and the summer camps performs the perfect task. Continuing the trend, many of the organizations have initiated summer camps this year as well that includes a variety of training ranging from basics and advanced sports and has table tennis, lawn tennis, handball, basket ball, athletics, Kabbadi, skating, swimming, Music, educational games. Initiating of large scale Sports complexes like Eklavya Sports complex by M. J. College have further boosted such activities.
State Government announces hikes
in Taxes for Transporting vehicles:
The State Government with effect from 01st May has announced increase in taxes of all transporting vehicles. The new hike in effect based on payload has 1200 Rs. Hike for 750kgs, 1950 Rs. for 1500 kg and so on. Please refer RTO authorities for more details thereof.
Senior Scientist Dr. Raghunath
Chaudhari in Jalgaon today:
National Chemical Laboratory's (NCL) Deputy Director Dr. Raghunath Chaudhari has arrived in Jalgaon for his Speech today at JDCC Bank Hall on "New Trends in Science and technology". In his brief meeting with press yesterday evening, he stressed on more of research activities by Universities to improve and enhance quality of research work being conducted in India.
Dr. Raghunath Chaudhari is native of Asoda in Jalgaon and has been serving in NCL since 30 years and he has expressed more of Jalgaonities to participate and join the research race as India is booming and will demand more of Research scholars in coming period.
Water situation worsen with 78
villages on tanker supply:
The intensifying summer is deeply troubling Jalgaonities on water front. District's 78 villages are on tanker water supply while 164 well have been acquired for easing the supply. The list includes Jalgaon with 3 villages (3 well acquired), Jamner: 6 (46), Erandol 2(8), Chalisgaon 15(12), Amalner 19(23), Parola 22(3), Bhusaval 2, MuktaiNagar 2(17), Bodwad 3(3), and Pachora 4(13). The Administration has also initiated temporary water supply that includes 15 projects at Yaval, 1 at Bhusaval, 3 at Bodwad, 3 at MuktaiNagar, 3 at Raver, 5 at Amalner, 3 at Parola, 12 at Jamner and 2 at Chalisgaon Taluka totalling to 48 projects.
Corporation standing committee
to meet tomorrow on Water reforms:
The Corporation standing committee is meeting on Saturday, 06th May to discuss various proposed amendments in water purifying plants owned by Corporation. The topics include finalizing Mehrun Unit's Laxmi Nagar and Master Colony phase wire drawing on 122 poles, concreting of ward no 10 in Unit# 12, setting up of automatic power factor control panel board at Girana Pumping and Dapora Pumping stations.
Jalgaon ST Depot tops in State
Road Transport Corporation performance list:
The Jalgaon District State Transport Depot has earned a hefty sum of Rs. 2.20 Crores as compared to earlier year topping throughout the State and leaving Bhandara, Sangli, Pune, Nagpur and Akola Depots on second and third ranks.
The Jalgaon Division ST Buses ferried 6,468,000 Kms in whole year (a net increase of 3.55 Lakh Kms) and earned Rs. 11.49 Crores, a net increase of 21,986,000 Rs. in income.
Jalgaon Merchant Bank Founder President Harnarayan Rathi passes away:
Jalgaon Merchant's Co-operative Bank founder President Harnarayan Ramkisan Rathi (Age 81) died yesterday night. His funeral procession will begin at 4pm from his house. He has been serving community and various co-operative Organisations since years.
ZP Interviews 550 candidates for Shikshan Sevak Post:
The District Council (ZP) has interviewing thousands of candidates in its third round of filling vacancy of reserved Shikshan Sevak posts. The interviewed list includes 464 out of 1,787 candidates from Marathi Medium and 87 from Urdu Medium.
District Collector takes Corporation
The Jalgaon District Collector has taken over temporary charge of Corporation Commissioner Post following Commission on a month long leave. The second time in-charge of Corporation, District Collector has shown signs of speedy progress on getting Waghur Dam water and boosting initiatives on starting Jalgaon Airport at earliest.
Chicken Gunia Distress: District
Administration announces Dry Day on 06th and 13th May:
The increasing report of Chicken Gunia viral fever attacks in district has spread panic amongst Jalgaonities. As a result the District Administration has announced Special Cleanliness Days on 06th and 13th May. The Authorities have urged to vacate all the water storing vessels on these days and keep them dry for at least 24 hours. This viral attack in spite of various attempts from Corporation and ZP authorities is spreading widely causing one of most harassing times for Jalgaonities.
Agricultural department conducted Training Camp for Sellers:
The District Council's (ZP) Agricultural department in its preparation for improvements in Kharip Crop quality drive has announced conducting of a special training camp for seeds and fertilizer sellers on 04th May. The camp would cover detailed aspects of Laws relating to seeds, fertilizers, pests etc.
Sindhi Community hosted "Balidan"
Mega Show on 07th May:
The Saint Godhadiwala Hardasram Foundation is organizing "Balidan", a mega show on 07th May from 07pm until 10pm. The show covers ancient Sindhu Culture, Sindhi Language and Social faces and is one of unique attempts to promote young generation towards wide spread of language.
Aurangabad bench issues notice
to Corporation in Housing Case:
The Aurangabad bench of Mumbai High Court has issued notices to Corporation, CBI, Central Housing Ministry, Ex-Minister and MLA on transferring this case to CBI. The next hearing of this case is now on 13th June. The Corporation earlier filed FIR on 27th January followed by District court rejecting the bail plea of Ex-Councilors on arrest. Corporation one of independent candidate filed this plea in Aurangabad bench demanding CBI interface for speedy processing of this case.
Bhusawal touches season's high
of 46 Degrees: Jalgaon at 42.3:
The burning summer sensation is alive with Bhusawal city touching its seasonal high of 46 degrees on Tuesday and Jalgaon touching 42.3 degrees. As a result the whole region is now captured by heat waves and afternoon times have become curfew kind of situation. The Health Authorities have urged citizens take caution with heat and avoid moving especially in afternoon times.
Corporation General Meeting on
The Corporation General body is meeting on Monday for discussion on Octroi and Escort Fees Collection approval process along with Waste recycling management project and other topics on agenda.
Fire in Kautik Nagar (MIDC), 14
The Kautik Nagar in MIDC area witnessed sudden fire on Tuesday morning around 5.30am causing severe damages to 14 houses and 2 people getting injured. The fire broke out due to short circuit in a closed house and has estimated losses worth Rs. 4 Lakhs in primary estimates.
Cotton Seeds buying begins in Jalgaon:
With the Kharip plantation season about to begin, the farming community in Jalgaon has begun its major cotton seed buying. This buying has been reported at Chopda, and Erandol Taluka rural areas and mostly buying B. T. Cotton seeds.
District Hobby group formed:
A group of hobbyist have come together and formed a Jalgaon hobby group to promote various indigenous hobbies and creative ideas at one platform. The group would meet every month's last Sunday at 5pm and is shortly going to organize a exhibition to promote its member collected postal tickets, coins, currency notes, paintings, historic items etc.
Summer alert: Water level drops
drown in District:
The Ground Water Level survey done in March this year has MuktaiNagar, Raver, Yaval, and Jalgaon taluka by 2 meters at least. The MuktaiNagar is at lowest with 2.27 meters, Yaval with 2.4 meters, Jalgaon with 2.3 meters, and Raver with 2.1 meters. The Bhusaval, Jamner, Parola, and Chalisgaon Taluka have reported 1-2 meters level down while Bodwad, Erandol, Dharangaon, Chopda, Amalner, Pachora, and Bhadgaon taluka have reported less than 1 meter decrease in level.
Chicken Gunia woes Health Department:
City witnesses toughest times on health front:
The whole Jalgaon District is witnessing increasing viral infection of Chicken Gunia since last few weeks. This is for the first time that such a large number of cases of viral fever have been reported specially in slum and medium areas. The District Civil Hospital has reported entry of around 50 patients a day reporting this kind of disease and the same scene is being reported with Corporation hospitals. The private hospitals are also full of patients all around most of them reporting this fever.
Both District Authorities (ZP) and Corporation Authorities have announced various measures to control the spread but things seem less implemented on the practical aspects. The Authorities have also stressed for best possible individual care to avoid this kind of viral infections.
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District Boys Team announced for
State Kho-Kho Competition:
The Jalgaon District Boys team has been announced for upcoming Amateur Kho-Kho Association hosted State Level Boys-Girls Qualifying Kho-Kho Competition from 02nd until 05th May at Solapur.
The team includes Anil Kulkarni (Captain), Rahul Marathe, Amil Sattar Shaikh, Dhansingh Pawar, Harshal Kate, Pritesh Lad, A. Rahman A. Rashid Khan, Chetan Mantri, Rohit Patankar, Piyush Gujrathi, Yash Bedekar, Vishal Bhoi, Trainer: Rahul Pol, Manager: Tushar Bhoge
Pratik Patil shines in International Chess competition:
Jalgaon's young chap Pratik Patil has shown excellent performance in ongoing International Open FIDE rating Chess competition. He received Rs. 2500/- Cash Prize along with Trophy and Certification for his excellent performance.
He was defeated back in 10th and 11th round before he collected 5.5 points by playing with 11 rated players. With this Pratik becomes the only Khandeshi Player to achieve award in FIDE rated chess competition.
Chalisgaon city turns violent:
Situation under control:
Two swords and powered weapons taking youth throbbing in Chalisgaon city have spread panic since last two days. The fear caused immediate closure of whole market in yesterday afternoon around 1pm. The Police reached the markets and urged traders to reopen and work smoothly, the day continued same ways with many rumors talked throughout the day. The Taluka Police have reported that
In another incidence, the Samata Nagar in Jalgaon city witnessed violence between two groups on personally rivalry causing injuries to 3 and Police booking 8 in connection. In third incidence, Sujada (Jalgaon) two individuals personal enmity made one attack on another causing severe bleeding and injuries.
Jalgaon's army man Chavan passes
Shirasgaon (Taluka: Chalisgaon) army man Shivraj Shankarrao Chavan (Age 25) working in CRPF 11 Battalion at Panisagar in Tripura was gun down on 29th April when he was returning back to his residing place from duty. The army battalion was deployed at Medical Relief Camp. Chavan was serving in Army since last 6 years.
His body is being brought today in Jalgaon and the final cremating will be done with State honor at his native place.