Girana dam touches 50% mark: State Ministry calls meeting today:
Jalgaon District's major water reservoir Girana dam has turned 50% sending signs of worry for the region. The Districts Authorities are conducting first ever pilot Water Management project in Nashik Division's Jalgaon district having total of 293 villages in dark zone. To start with the project, 32 villages from Yaval taluka including Yawal, Wadri, Satod, Kolvad, Dongatkotha, Chitod, Sangavi Bk, Hingona, Humbardi, Vadhoda, Korpavali, Nimgaon, Tembhi, Rajora, Atrawal, Bamnod, Bhalod, Bhalshiv, Borawal Bk, Borkheda, Chikhali Bk., Mhiswadi, Parsale, Pimpri, Pilod, Sangavi, Takerkheda, Anjale, Ruikheda and Ambapani have been selected. Successful implementation of this project will significantly improve water level in this belt and resolve water problem as well.
and Pune college team wins AIMS Programming Competition:
Smt. Sitabi Mangilal Agrawal Institute conducted State Level AIMS Programming and Information Technology Paper Presentation Competition at Chalisagaon.
Jalgaon's Nutan Maratha College team has won the AIMS Programming Competition in under graduate group while Pune's Modern Engineering College team has won the same competition from postgraduate group.
Best paper presentation award winning students are Ketan Mukhija and Sanad Kapoor -National University Hyderabad, Sanket Jawade -Modern Engineering College Pune, Ninad Pagedar- Pune, Shirish Barpande- Chalisagaon.
Marathon Competition result:
Jalgaon District Athletics association conducted District Level Marathon Competition in various age groups and had 275 students participation. Result is as under
Boys Open Group: Sanjay Janvar Jaware, Daniel Suresh Pawar, Gopal Pandurang Lavane
Girls Open Group: Shweta Kailas Sonwane, Swapnali Kailas Sonwane, Manisha Sharad Vispute.
Boys Under 14-age group: Vikas Gayas Khan, Vikas Rajaram Zodage, Navejkhan Gulamgoj Khan
Girls Under 14-age group: Suvarna Dyneshwar Patil, Sarika Bhikan Koli, Madhuri Jagganath Gurav
Boys Under 12-age group: Vishal Beldar, Yogesh Savkare, Suresh Suikar
Girls Under 12-age group: Arati Ingale Bhusawal, Khushabu Gurav, Shivani Deshmukh
Business associations gear up for removing Octroi in State:
The Maharashtra State Business association have come together to remove the Octroi tax enforcement throughout the State. The associations formed Octroi Removal committee has decide to make state wide agitations to remove octroi in the State until 30th March. The committee in its press briefing has expressed rage over State Government's views of continuing Octroi tax for another 2 years even after VAT tax introduction fouling its commitments to businesses in the state. The committee is launching District level protest march beginning from 11th February until 18th February at Aurangabad, Dhule, Jalgaon, and Nanded Districts. Businesses in these districts will remain closed from 10am until 12pm in this period. The businesses will function with black protest strips marked on every member's work from 11th until 13th. The association members will send telegrams to State CM and FM on 13th, visit octroi collection booths and pay petty octroi taxes even for small commodities thereby expressing harassment on the issue. The protest continues with March at respective District Collectorate on 17th March followed by giant protests at Corporation Levels.
Around 20 Lakh businessmen will get together on 20th March at Azad Grounds, Mumbai to demonstrate the rage. Even then if State continues the same policy, the committee will form more rigid and strong measures to fight against this 'O' evil.
standing committee Meeting review:
The Jalgaon Corporation Standing committee met on Monday discussed various topics on agenda and finalised various issues. Amongst topmost issues discussed were levying of Hardship premium for authorising Illegal Constructions, call for tenders for electricity saving equipments, donations to 6 private Organisations, paying dues etc.
The committee has formed a committee of its 3 members to understand detailed aspects of electricity saving equipments in function at Ujjain and Pune Corporations. The committee members unanimously rejected proposal for allowing grants to 6 NGO for social works considering its weaker financials. It formed another committee of 2 of its members to study in detail on various aspects of levying hardship premium and get suitable approval from State Government. The Corporation Administration has called for General Meeting on 04th February with 11 topics on agenda.
The State Urban Development Ministry will draw a reservation mode selection for Jalgaon and Dhule Corporation Mayor Posts. The Jalgaon Corporation Mayor post validity ends on 30th June this year.
Corporation awards clean
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation has awarded 8 wards, 2 each from every zone for best cleanliness in their respective areas under the Pt. Nehru Clean City Drive. The list includes Zone 1's Ward 14 as first prize winner, Ward 15 as Second runner up, Zone 2 winners include Ward 18 and 23 as first and second winners, Zone 3 includes ward 9 and 7, and zone 4 having ward 11 and 2 as winners.
DTE announces MBA Entrance Examination schedule:
The Maharashtra State Directorate of Technical Education has announced admission schedule for Year 2006-07 Entrance Examination for Masters of Business Administration/ MMS Course.
The Entrance Exam is scheduled on 26th February at 2pm and Information brochure is available at all Post Offices. The Application forms are available online on DTE website. Last date of filling online form is 10th February. Students on filling online form needs to confirm documentation at DTE authorised ARC along with printout of the Online Submitted Application form for further processing.
Candidates are required to produce the receipt of the payment of fees, attested true copies of the required supporting documents and two passport size photographs at the time of confirmation at ARC. Please visit DTE website for detailed Examination schedule thereof.
S. E. T. Examination conducted in Jalgaon:
The Pune University's State Eligibility Test (SET) considered as qualifying education for Lectureship in State was held on Sunday with 80% of applied candidates appearing for exams. The Exam was taken at two centres in Jalgaon with a total presence of 1059 candidates out of 1,294 applied for the exam. Result of this examination will be declared with in two months.
Nashik team win Jasdanwala Cricket
Nashik team has won the Jasadanwala Trophy Cricket Competition versus Nandurbar team. Nashik team's Niraj Dani took 4 wickets, Ketan Kasture took 3 wickets while Sujit Nath took 1 wicket. Nashik Team scored 580 runs on 7 wicktes.
rate down to 1.3 per 10,000 in Jalgaon District:
The Jalgaon District Health Officer in its survey conducted recently has come to notice that the Leprosy rate in Jalgaon District has reduced from 46.8 persons per 10,000 people in 1982 to 1.3 persons per 10,000 populations in December 2005.
The District Council (ZP) observes Leprosy Removal day on the eve of Nation's father Mahatma Gandhi Anniversary. There are 231 spreading diseases category patients while 245 non-spreading diseases patients in Jalgaon District as of today. The Authorities have arranged for Leprosy Information week from 30th January until 05th February and is conducting mega campaigns in various Schools, Colleges, and social programmes for public awareness of this disease.
Cleanliness Drive Award Ceremony today:
The Jalgaon Corporation under State sponsored St. Gadge Baba Village Cleanliness drive will honour Corporation's 8 wards for keeping at best. The Corporation has divided whole city into 4 zones and will award 2 wards from each zone. The First round Prize ceremony is on today evening.
Sane Guruji Story
reading series ends with 7 resolutions:
The two days Sane Guruji Story reading series has ended in Jalgaon with various resolutions and 7 topics on agenda. Amongst top most and most hottest was to urge for renaming North Maharashtra University to Sane Guruji's Name, to provide harmony and supporting environment to Marathi Community people residing in adjoining Karnataka State, appeal for reducing violent scenes in Audio Visual Media, celebrate year 2006 as Golden Jubilee and Geeta Reading Year, Introduction of Sane Guruji's life and devotions in Value Education Syllabus of various schools and colleges, and to translate Sane Guruji's literary into Hindi Language to promote throughout the Nation.
NMU Convocation Ceremony ends with cheer:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon's 14th Convocation Ceremony has ended with Rajasthan Governor and Jalgaon daughter Pratibhatai Patil urging students to gear up for challenges ahead and Universities to make joint decisions to improve quality of education in the Country. The University offered Doctor of Literature Degree to Jalgaon's industrialist Bhavarlal Jain for his outstanding entrepreneurship and overall developments.
The scholars receiving degrees were cheered up with the theme "New dreams, new schemes, new hopes, latest technology be always with you and best of future endeavours are here to encourage you to form Modern India". The University begun its first convocation ceremony with a mere 1,000 students has touched 11,411 degrees mark in just 14th convocation and has Jalgaon, Dhule, and Nandurbar Districts as its work area for education.
Exhibition at Yash Plaza:
Hobbies make us passionate and attain the best of life. Jamner's businessman Hasmukh Nandlal Kothari has a crazy smile for his philately collection. He has World's 215 countries Postal stamps on 400 various topics. His versatile collection includes India's 30 Institution tickets, British time tickets, and various stamps from 1947 Independence until 2002. The exhibition is open for all until 31st January from 10am until 06pm on Pimprala Road's Yash Plaza complex.
Dhule team saves defeat after follow-on in Jasdanwala
The Jalgaon team on second day of Match versus Dhule at Nashik has scored 456/8 in 61 over. Jalgaon team captain Sandeep Dahad scored marvellous double knock of 213 runs while Dhule's captain More took 4 wickets while Desale, Vaje, Nar each taking 1 wicket. The Dhule team in reply was bowled out on 176 runs in 33 overs with Rajeev Mehra scoring 72 not-out and Kunal Nar scoring 32 runs. Jalgaon's Kiran Chaudhari took 4 wickets, Jitendra Patil bowled 3 while Mehul Ingale, Mangesh Patil each taking 1 wicket.
The Jalgaon team called Dhule on Follow-on. The Dhule team in reply scored 293/5 in 44 over saving its defeat. Team's opener batsman Sushant Vaje is playing with 86 runs while Subhash Panikar scored 50, Kunal Nar scored 36, Rajeev Mehra scoring 25, and Amit Ranmale supporting with 28 runs. Jalgaon's Mangesh Patil took 3 wickets while Aditya Bagade and Jitendra Patil each taking 1 wicket. The team is trying hard to make a win this match on third day.
In another match the Nashik team has scored 338/3 against the Nandurbar team with its players Sandeep Pawar and Nitin Dhatrak each scoring 136 runs.
Republic Day celebrated with various Cultural programmes:
The whole Jalgaon District celebrated Country's 56th Republic day with a host of activities on the eve. Amongst various activities includes flag hoisting, Parade Ceremony by School students, performances from various school students like Nandinibai School, L.N. High school, Lunkad School.
The Parent Minister also honoured various societies and citizens doing outstanding services to society in the district.
Meeting evokes "feedback on district's proposed Canal Project from Khandesh
The Tapi Irrigation Project Circle and State Electricity Distribution Company authorities along with District Administration met yesterday to discuss various issues of interest. The meeting stressed continuous feedback of the Circle sent Rs. 66 Crores Water Canal Project considering the upcoming summer situation. It also demanded Electricity Connection proposal for 295 village farmers living in dark zone areas in the district.
standing committee meeting on Monday 30th January:
The Municipal Corporation Standing committee is meeting on 30th January to discuss its various issues. Amongst topmost issues include decision of stand on hardship premium for authorising unauthorized construction in the city. The Corporation has received a circular from State Authorities to regularise the unauthorised constructions by levying a hardship premium charge on the construction made. Amongst another decisions include announcement for Street Light tender and allocation of grants to 6 trusts for social activities.
Amol Buchade wins State Level Mayor Kesari Wrestling Competition:
The Dhule Corporation hosted Mayor Kesari Wresting competition has ended with Mumbai's Amol Buchade winning the competition finals defeating Solapur's Aslam Qazi at mini stadium Dhule. He received prize of Rs. 81,000 while Aslam Qazi received Rs. 51,000 and Bid's Jagir Pathan received third prize of Rs. 31,000.
soon to get two FM Radio Operators:
The FM Radio rush II has just begun. Many of private operators running in metros have shown their keen interest in setting up FM Radio Stations in Urban and good revenue western zone in India. The Government has received 116 bids received for 68 frequencies, of which 62 in prima facie have qualified. The government would earn revenue of Rs 871.5 million as one time entry fee (OTEF) from today's this bidding.
The Radio City has sought FM Radio bid for Ahmednagar, Akola, Nanded, Jalgaon, Sangli, and Solapur. The BAG Infotainment Pvt. Ltd, a subsidiary of BAG Films has sought FM radio rights for Ahmednagar, Jalgaon, and Dhule.
With yesterday's bids a total of 227 frequencies have been allotted in A, B, C, and D categories cities. The scenario further demonstrates a healthy competitive FM radio market in the Jalgaon region with these operators trying to win public confidence.
14th Convocation Ceremony today: 11,411 Degrees, 43 Ph. D., 50 Gold Medals to
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon's 14th Convocation Ceremony function is being hosted today. The University will honour 11,411 Degrees along with 43 Ph. D. and 50 Gold medals and Doctor of Literature Degree to Bhanwarlal Jain for his outstanding services in the field of Agriculture, Social Services, and Excellent Industrial Entrepreneurship. The university earlier offered this prestigious D. Lit Degree to Prof. Bhalchandra Nemade and Asha Bhosale in its first Convocation Ceremony. The event will have Rajasthan Governor and Jalgaon's native daughter Pratibhatai Patil as Chief Guest for the ceremony.
Gandhi Rural Housing Scheme in Jalgaon: Scheme to allocate 4,000 houses:
The State Government sponsored Rajeev Gandhi Rural Housing scheme formed on grounds of Centre's Prime Minister Gramoday Scheme and Indira residency Scheme is being effected in Jalgaon District. The scheme will allocate around 4,000 houses to unsheltered and needy persons.
The scheme allocates houses to those living below poverty line and having annual family income below 20,000 while those above poverty line but financially weaker and unsheltered shall have annual family income in range of 20,000 to 50,000 Rupees. It allocates 500sqfts and 750sqfts houses with 100% sponsorship along with 20 years repayment term for housing loans if taken. It will offer minimum of 10 houses in every village with suitable approval by Village Panchayat and final knock from District Parent Minister.
The District Housing Development Committee to be chaired by Parent Minister will take care of this scheme and will have ZP President as Vice President of the committee, ZP CEO as Secretary of this committee. District's MLA, Social Welfare Officers, Sub-divisional officers, district rural welfare project directors etc. will be amongst members of this committee. The Jalgaon ZIP recently received this order from State Ministry.
Vasantrao Mahajan selected for Mahatma Fule Agricultural University Conference Member:
Chinawal, Taluka: Raver's leading farmer and tech-savvy Vasantrao Laxman Mahajan has been selected as Extended Education Council Committee member in Mahatma Fule Agricultural University Rahuri for the period of two years.
Agriculture Expo begins today in Jalgaon:
The Pune based private party organised Agricultural Exhibition is beginning today in FCI Godown Jalgaon. The exhibition is named as 'Agro Festivity 2006' will have participation of around 150 National and International Companies in the field of Agricultural research and development. The exhibition includes detailed information of various new schemes, latest farming equipments and accessories, water harvesting schemes, fertilisers, bio fertilisers etc. along with lectures of experts in the field. It also has a Village Development Officer and Gramsevak meeting to focus on agro development.
Khadse in BJP National Body:
Jalgaon District's senior BJP figure Eknathrao Khadse has been nominated as Member in National Body of BJP Party. His wide spread political career begun with him being continuously elected as MLA since 1990.
to auction 77 properties:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation is soon auctioning 77 various properties in Jalgaon city to cover its taxes dues with respective owners. It includes 25 outstanding dues from MIDC area and rest 52 in residential areas. Earlier the authorities have disconnected water supply connections of 181 residents and have issued notices to 195 residents of Shahu Nagar and Tambapur for immediate payment of dues failing which it would disconnect water supply.
Inter-College Commerce Quiz Competition on 2nd February in Chalisagaon:
Chalisagaon Education Society' B.P. Arts, S.M.A Science and .K.C Commerce College in association with K.R. Kotkar College are hosting Inter-College Commerce Quiz Competition on 2nd February 2006 at Chalisagaon. Competition will have prize of Rs.1501 with Certificate while second prize will be of Rs.1101 and third prize will be of Rs.701 along with certificate. For more details and participation please contact college administration thereof.
Kesari Wrestling Competition:
Mumbai's Narsing Yadav has won the wrestling competition in 74kg weight group versus Solapur's Kailas Mohite while Dhule's Rohidas Mahajan received third rank and Thane's Sanjay Yadav won fourth rank. The competition witnessed tough fight between Mumbai's Amol Buchade and Solapur's Asalam Qazi for the Mayor Kesari Wrestling Award on Garud Ground Dhule.
Sane Guruji Story lecture Series from tomorrow:
Baheti College Jalgaon is arranging 2 days All India 40th Sane Guruji Story Lecture Series from tomorrow. Eve will have presence of 450 branches representatives, students, teachers and almost 1500 school representatives as well as Souvenir publication and award ceremony.
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Shop owners unite to fight against non-parity:
The Rationing shop owners throughout the Maharashtra State meet yesterday in Jalgaon to discuss various issues of mutual interest and stood united to fight against any of non-justifying and prejudiced decisions of Government.
The Shop owners have been in panic over the Supreme Court's recent decision to give priority to Women's societies in issuing licenses for Rationing and Kerosene Selling shops. The meet further decided to agitate on State level on 06th February, to make protest march on respective Tahsil offices and finally conducting a March of over one Lakh Rationing shop owners to State Assembly. There are over 50,000 rationing shop owners and 55,000 kerosene sellers in the State providing employment opportunities to Lakhs of citizens in the State. The meeting had presence of shop owners from Akola, Beed, Jalna, Kolhapur, Satara, Pune, and Jalgaon.
9 to receive State Best Teachers Awards:
The State School Education and Sports Divisional year 2005-06 awards have been announced with Jalgaon, Dhule, and Nandurbar each having 3 Best Teachers nomination. Jalgaon District's 3 teachers include ZP Marathi Boys School Assistant Teacher Sambhaji Raghunath Patil (Beli, Taluka: Jalgaon), R. T. K. School Erandol teacher Suresh Bhalchandra Bornarkar, and Valthan (Near Patnadevi, Chalisgaon) Ashram School Teacher Jadhav.
rural area teachers to get 15% hike in Payment:
The State Government in its decision has announced giving a special hike of 15% in payments to Teachers educating in the backward areas. The District Council authorities received this notification recently. There are over 8,500 teachers in District of which the Chopda, Yaval, Raver taluka are in backward and low-developed zones and teachers from this area will be benefited with this decision.
Mohan Chauhan in Umpire Panel of Body Building Championship:
The District Body Building Association President Mohan Chauhan has been selected in Umpire Panel for 53rd Senior 'Bharat Shree 2006' National Level Body Building Championship at Mumbai. Competition will be played between 26th until 29th January 2006.
Tushar Sapkale selected for National Level
Weight Lifting Competition:
Tushar Ramdas Sapkale, a native of Maskawad and student of V.K. School, has been selected for National Level Weight Lifting Competition at Agartala. He won first rank in State Level Weight Lifting Competition at Chandrapur by lifting 62 kg weight in Snatch type from 62kg group and 82.5 kg weight in Clean and Jerk group.
drops down to 7 Degrees chilling all around:
The whole Khandesh region is witnessing sudden comeback of cold wave with mercury falling down to 7 Degree Centigrade last day. The region in last week witnessed heating effect and the morning time temperature rose to 14 degrees while the daytime touched 35 mark. The nearby Dhule, Malegaon, and Nashik districts are also at the same 6-9 degrees mercury scale chilling down whole Khandesh.
The sudden unexpected arrival of cold is causing common diseases like Cold, cough and fever especially in children in every home.
Quintal Jwari and Corn sold this season:
The Jalgaon District farmers have sold 1.5 Lakh quintals of various grains and products this season. The statistics availed by 21 State Procurement centers in district have shown that a total of 148,472 quintals of Jwari and Corn has been sold until 24th January, it includes 79,871.7 quintals of Jwari and 68,601 quintals of Corn. The following figures shows Center wise statistics of Jwari and Corn quintals procurement in Jalgaon.
Jalgaon - 1,099.5 and 1,125, Mahsawad - 505.5, 1,326, Yaval - 6,824 and 4,967, Bhusawal - 5,596 and 2,163, Varangaon - 8,510 and 3,966, Erandol - 1,828.7 and 1,892.2, Dharangaon - 415 and 3,132.8, Raver - 17,968.5 and 3,034.5, Savda - 12,802 and 18, Pachora - 4,081.5 and 76, Bhadgaon - 3,829 and 4,231.5, Chalisgaon - 3,890.5 and 203, Parola - 2,536 and 7,824, Parola - 79.50 and 7,1544.5, Amalner - 858 and 7,424, Jamner - 612 and 4,989, Shendurni - 0 and 4,019, Bodwad - 2,714 and 7,281.5, MuktaiNagar - 4,325 and 2,842, Kurha - 1,254 and 942, Haripura - Nil, Bhalod - 113 and 0.
Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution
Company's New Year bonanza: 5.5hrs Power cuts in urban areas:
The Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution company witnessing over 30% loss in supply and distribution chain followed by low power production has announced additional and increased power cuts for both urban and rural areas in the state. Under the new plans, the urban areas will have power cuts for 5.5hrs a day while rural areas will have 12hrs of power cuts with effect from 25th January. The urban power cuts are in circular basis with options of 07am to 09.45am and 17.30pm to 20.15pm, 8.30am to 11.15am and 9.45am to 12.30pm, and 11.15am to 14pm and 18.30pm to 20.45pm based on Input feeder zone. The rural areas will now have 00am to 06am and 12pm to 18pm, 06am to 12pm and 18pm to 24pm, 06am to 10am and 14pm to 22pm, 10am to 18pm and 22pm to 02am power cuts.
Meghshyam Chaudhari selected for Parade on Republic Day:
Meghshyam Narayan Chaudhari, a native of Jamner and a student of New English School, has been selected for Republic Day Parade at Delhi. For this achievement he had attended CACT 's three, GSP's, PRD's one and RD camp in five months.
Children Drawing Competition Result:
The Sakal Publications group conducted State-wide Drawing competition results are announced for both State and Divisional Levels. The Jalgaon divisional Level are as under:
Group A: Prashanti Zawar Paldhi, Snehal Sunil Patil Pachora, Ashiwini Gajendrasingh Girase Dondaicha
Group B: Tejas Yashwant Gurav Khanbara, Dipak Vasant Patil Nardana, Bhushan Ashok Pawar Pachora,
Group C: Prakash Genu Pawara Shirpur, Dhiraj Yashwant Sapkale Jamner, Monali Prakash Chitte Chopda
Group D: Shankar Ashok Umare Jalgaon, Shital Chotulal Patil Nandurbar, Vishnu Goma Pawara Taloda
Scientific Working Model Exhibition from 26th January:
Avishkar Scientific Research Centre is hosting Scientific Working Model Exhibition beginning from 26th January until 30th January 2006 at Ramnarayan Agrawal Hall, V.V. Library. Exhibition includes discussion and solution of various scientific problems faced by students as well as aimed to increase scientific view.
Jalgaon Cricket team makes
The Jalgaon team has made just 122 runs in District Cricket Association conducted North Maharashtra Division Cricket Competition. The Nashik team begun its batting and has scored 249 runs on loss of 5 wickets at the end of first day. Nashik team Captain Burkul and Sachin Sureshnath took 4 wickets each while Amit Patil took 2 wickets. Nashik team's Abhishekh made 70 runs and Ashish Tibariwala made 33.
Colleges thrilled with Annual Get-together Events:
Many a colleges in Jalgaon region are conducting their annual Get-together and various events as a part of their routine activities. The events list includes Institute of Management and Research Centre conducting 'Synergy 2006' - A Management Week having Management related and other events. The S. S. Maniyar Law College and Dhanaji Nana Chaudhari Colleges have their Annual Get-togethers having enthusiastic students presence cheered by activities.
Ramesh Jain wins Corporation Bye-election:
The National Congress Party Candidate Rameshkumar Bhikamchand Jain has won the Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Ward 2C Bye-election by defeated his rival BJP candidate by 1,474 votes. He won 3,537 votes while the BJP candidate had 2,063 votes while the Independent candidate had just 231 votes.
Standing Committee approves Octroi Enforcement:
The Corporation Standing committee has given a go ahead to Administration's Octroi enforcement drive in the Jalgaon city. The committee unanimously passed this resolution and has also decided to fast track the Private Party Octroi collection process with proper consideration of all legal aspects.
The committee also approved setting up 13 different octroi collection points in the city and had assigned rights to Octroi squad to check stores and shops for octroi evaders.
The Directorate of Small Scale Industries Jalgaon region has announced awards for outstanding Industrial entrepreneurship awards for year 2005. Jalgaon's Vaneera Hi-tech and Lakshmi Agro Chemicals (Nandre, Pachora) have won this award for the year. The award distribution ceremony is on the eve of republic day 2006.
Jalgaon District team declared for State Level Skating Competition:
The Jalgaon District team has been declared for State Level Skating Competition and moved to Aurangabad. Jay Lodha will captain the under 10-age group team while Vishal More is leading the team in open group category and Chinmai Kolhe is charge for Girls team captain with Komal Sonwane as captain for open group category.
Competition begins today at Dhule:
The Dhule Municipal Corporation and District National Practice Association three Days State Level 'Mayor Kesari Wrestling Competition 2006' begin today at Dhule on Garud Ground's Mini Stadium. Winner will awesome prize of Rs. 81,000. Competition will be divided in 2 sessions including 7 groups having weight category of 50kg, 55kg, 60kg, 66 kg, 74 kg, 5 kg and Mayor Kesari.
G. D. C. and A.
Examination Application forms available:
Application forms are available for G. D. C. and A Examination at District Deputy Register. The State Co-operative Department is conducting this Examination at Jalgaon Centre from 27th until 29th May. Last date of filling application form is 8th February. For more details and information please contact District Deputy Register thereof.
in Ward 2C Corporation Bye-elections:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Ward 2C Bye-elections have received a mere 45.08% voting percentage on Sunday. The counting has begun today morning and results are yet awaited. Out of 12,952 voters, 5,831 voters caste their votes of which 3,076 were male and rest 2,755 were female voters. The City Police has booked 5 in connection with offences during the voting time.
Constituency Electoral Roll listing till 27th January:
The State Election Commission has announced review of Electoral roll for Nashik Divisional Teacher's Constituency Electoral roll based on 01st November 2005 age. The last date of filling for enrolment in roll in constituency is 27th January. Please contact concerned Tahsil office, Sub-divisional Office, District Collectorate office with duly filled Form No. 19.
Corporation Ward 2C Bye-Elections begins:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Ward 2C Bye-election has begun today in Jalgaon. There are 11 Polling booths for 12,952 voters having 3 candidates in fray one each from NCP, BJP, and Independent parties. The ward comprises areas that include Shivaji Nagar Gaothan, Bhure Mamledar Plot, Jain Nagar, Lakud Peth area to Pande Dairy area.
Poll counting begins tomorrow morning 9am at District Collectorate office Small Savings building and would be over by next 10-15minutes.
"Jalgaon District lowest in Passport demand"
Quotes Regional Passport Officer:
The Jalgaon region's regional Passport officer has stated that Jalgaon district has just 3% Passport issuance demand which is one of the lowest in this region. The Authorities have received 3,130 applications in this financial year out of which 2,519 have been approved and rest sent for document requirements.
Milk Union crosses 2 Lakh Litres mark:
Attaining the best of its productivity, Jalgaon District Co-operative Milk Union has crossed 2 Lakh litres procurement mark in this year. Earlier it has accomplished these figures in 1984 during its own management. The Federation is now under NDDB Management and the board has recently appointed a new fulltime Managing Director to cheer these development activities further.
The Federation Gold Milk, Ghee, Shrikhand, Paneer and other allied milk products have gained considerably market share in dairy industry and has an average Milk supply of over 40,000 litres a day in Jalgaon city while over 20,000 litres a day in Bhusawal city.
Council (ZP) meeting approved various Water supply repair projects:
The Jalgaon District Council (ZP) General Body meeting has approved various public water supply repair plans along with supplementary funds for four dams in District. The meeting had 25 topics on agenda and 5 additional topics as accepted by the meeting body. Amongst key highlighted approvals include Rs. 2,377,992 public water supply scheme repairs and maintenance works for Mamurabad's six villages, another Rs. 2,360,193 funds for maintenance of Tondapur (Jamner) 16 villages water supply projects.
The meeting also approved funds of Rs. 3,356,620 for Kolhapur-styled dam at Hanumantkhede (Erandol), Rs. 3,388,850 fund for Anjanvihere (Dharangaon) dam, Rs. 4,811,673 funds for Chahardi (Chopda), and Rs. 4,520,919 approved Budget for Galan (Pachora) lake, Rs. 3,021,594 fund for Kolhapur-styled dam at Kharchane (Jamner). It also approved Dongaon Khurd (Dharangaon) School for Class I to IV.
National Level Conference on "Inter-Disciplinary
Applications of Electronics" at Chopda:
The Chopda Arts, Science, and Commerce College is a two days hosting National Level Conference on "Inter Disciplinary Applications of Electronics" beginning on 28th January. The conference has received 102 Paper Presentation requests until now from all around the Country and is expected to have more. The conference will have various dignitaries from the Electronics field.
Jalgaon District Team announced
for State Skating competition:
The Jalgaon District team for State level Skating competition has been announced. The competition includes categories like Inline Skating, Under-10 year category boys and girls, open category, Squad Skate, Indian Skate, and Inline Skate.
National Level Environmental Science Conference on 5th February in Chalisagaon:
Arts, Commerce and Science College Chalisagaon is hosting two days National Level Conference on 'Recent Trends In Environmental Science' on 5th February. Conference will have presence of experts from Environmental Science field and have discussion on Environmental Science, Effect of Environmental science on Human Life, Job Opportunities and Research etc along with Paper Presentation.
Maharashtra University team wins Table Tennis Competition:
North Maharashtra University Girls Table Tennis Team has won Competition versus Bhavnagar University team with score of 3-0 and qualified for all India Inter-University Table Tennis Competition. Before this, the NMU team was selected in 1994-95 for this All India Competition.
and Swapnali Sonwane wins District Level Marathon Competition:
Chpoda's Sitaram Amarsingh Barela has won District Level Marathon Competition from Boys Group while Jamner's Keshav Birbilsingh Nikam won second rank and Bodwad's Sanjay Dhyanrao Jaware received third rank. From Girls group Swapnali Kailas Sonwane has won first rank while Sarika Bhikan Bhoi and Suvarna Dhyaneshwar Patil won second and third rank namely. Shrikrishna Educational and Cultural Mandal and Jalgaon Athletics Association hosted this competition.
Budgetary plan to be made public:
The Jalgaon city Municipal Corporation is planning to public its Budgetary plan for year 2006-07 to aware citizens of Corporation financial situation. The Administration is coming up with a supplemented copy for Public View. The Budgetary planning meeting of various department heads and commissioner lasted for over 12 hours on Friday. The Corporation has received a letter from State Government to make special provisions to repay its heavy loans taken from earlier administration. The Corporation owes Rs. 8.70 Crores to various contracts for their works since 1992 and has a special provision for this repayment.
The Administration has also decided to come up with property valuation based on Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite image of Jalgaon city that would cost around 4-5 Lakhs (around Rs. 5 per property).
all set for Corporation bye-election: Election tomorrow:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation administration has all set stage for its ward 2C bye-election scheduled tomorrow. The Administration as a caution measure has urged all eligible voters of this ward to visit polling booth with valid identification card issues by Government agency. It includes 17 different options namely Passport, Driving License, PAN Card by I. T. Department, Central/ State/ Local Government issued all valid card, Bank/ Post Office Passbook, Rationing Card, Caste Certificate, Student Identity card, Property registration documents, Arms license, Transport authorities issued Driving documents, Retirement records, Retired employee widows, Railways Identity Card, Handicapped certificate, Freedom Fighter certificate, any other document that could prove authenticity of card holder.
The Administration has set up 11 centres for 12,256 voters for this election and 81 members staff to co-ordinate this activity. The Administration is using 15 Multi-Card Electronic Machine in this polling. The counting is on 23rd January from 09am onwards.
Council (ZP) General Body meeting today:
The Jalgaon District Council (ZP) General body is meeting today to discuss various topics on agenda. Amongst top debated issues include promotion of over 200 primary teachers, transfers etc. The Meeting begins on 1pm at Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj Hall of ZP and will be chaired by ZP CEO.
North Maharashtra University students Success:
North Maharashtra University team has won various competitions at Inter-University Sports Competition. North Maharashtra University Boys Kabbadi Team has won the kabbadi competition versus Aurangabad with 42-39 score at Kolhapur while NMU Girls Table Tennis Team has won Table Tennis Competition at Ahmedabad and University Handball Team won versus Osmaniya University Team by 21-20 at Hydrabad.
Pramod Kadam and Ketan Mahale wins State Level Debate Competition:
Pramod Parin Kadam and Ketan Hanumant Mahale, student of Arts, Science and Commerce College Chopda, have won the State Level Debate Competition with Shield, Certificate at Pimpalner (Tal-Sakri).
Commissioner Clears Election goes ahead to Belganga Sugar Factory:
The Regional Sugars Directorate has allowed conducting Elections in financially ill Belganga Sugar factory Chalisgaon. The order further clarified states that member farmers depositing the funds once transferred to District Collector, should go ahead with election process.
The factory work area Chalisgaon Taluka had around 3850 hectares of sugarcane plantation this year of which 2400 hectares is new area while the rest 1675 hectares is continued one. The factory work area includes Chalisgaon, Bhadgaon, Pachora, Nandgaon, Dhule district's part, and Kannad taluka.
bye-elections: Campaigning ends today evening:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation ward 2C bye-elections campaigning is ending today with election scheduled on 22nd January. All 3 candidates from NCP, BJP, and Independent candidates have applied their maximum force to win confidence in around 12,000 voters in this region.
The voting process will have Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) and the votes counting process would take hardly 5 minutes to announce the results.
Law College's Jagdish Kuwar Team and Mukesh Pawar Team wins Debate Competition:
Jalgaon's Maniyar Law College students Jagdish Kunwar and Mukesh Pawar Team has won the Inter-College Debate Competition along with first and Second rank in Individual category respectively while Erandol team received Second Runner Up Prize. Jamner's Sumit Kothari received third prize. Competition was arranged by Dr. B.T Rathi Trust Erandol.
Jalgaon's Shubham Umbarkar receives First Rank in Mathematics Examination:
Shubham Vinayak Umbarkar, a student of New English School has received First rank from District in Mathematics Examination with 91 marks out of 100 while Kajal Anil Raka got Third rank with 82 marks. Examination was conducted by State Mathematics Teaching Association.
Reading Competition on Sunday 22nd January:
V.V. Library is hosting Play Reading Competition in Marathi Language for Ladies on 22nd January 2006 at V.V. Library on 3pm. Participants have time of 3 minute for play reading. Winning participant will be awarded with Trophy. Please contact V.V. Library administration for more details and participation thereof.
Test of District Skating Team for State Level Skating Competition tomorrow:
The District Skating Team Selection test for State Level Skating Competition is on tomorrow at Vidya English School on 5.30pm. Competition will be played on 22nd January at Aurangabad. Competition includes two types namely Rink One and Rink Two having groups like Indian Skate, Imported Skate and Inline Skate.
- Deoli (Amalner) wins first prize in Saint Gadge Baba Village Cleanliness drive:
Amalner Taluka's Deogaon - Deoli village has bagged first prize in Saint Gadge Baba village cleanliness drive. The Lonseem village won second prize while Dhar village won third prize in the State government sponsored cleanliness motivation drive.
The Deogaon - Deoli Village shown outstanding projects and activities on roof Water harvesting, waste water management, promoting use of bio gas, build up personal and group Toiletries, earthworm fertilising projects etc.
Department heads to meet today for Budgetary Planning:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation various department heads are meeting today to finalise the year 2006-07 budget plan. The Corporation Finance department has formed Rs. 1,485,400,500 estimated Budget plan for the upcoming year. The meeting to be chaired by Corporation Commissioner will finalise various sections and Income and Expenditure issues and then the final budget will be sent for Standing Committee Approval followed by General Meeting.
Districts 1152 Village Panchayats receives grant of Rs.3 Crores 33 Lakhs:
Jalgaon district's 1152 Village Panchayats have received Rs.3 Crores 33 Lakhs for improvement and development works as per 12th Finance Commission recommendations. This granted amount will be used for the work of Water Supply Management, Road Repairing, and Panchayat Office Repairing etc. The Chalisgaon taluka has received the maximum amount. The Talukawise Granted amount is as under:
Amalner: Rs. 2,220,517, Bhusawal: 204,842, Bhadgaon: 1,822,338, Bodwad: 1,017,279, Chopda: 2,713,763, Chalisagaon: 3,398,501, Erandol: 1,493,840, Dharangaon: 1,537,644, Jalgaon: 2,389,302, Jamner: 3,223,631, MuktaiNagar: 1,964,038, Pachora: 2,577,462, Parola: 1,749,204, Raver: 2,996,453 and Yaval- 2,403,196.
Pulse Industries to get Railway Goods Wagon from Jalgaon:
Central Railways Bhusawal Division has announced availability of Railway Goods Wagon for Pulse Industries for Delhi. The Railways is currently offering this goods wagon service for Kolkata. The Division is soon finishing up Wagon loading Platform construction work to ease the loading process from Jalgaon station itself.
Goodbye chill: Summer heat begins:
The whole region is witnessing weather changeover with the mercury moving up by every day. The region in last few weeks witnessing chilling waves reducing mercury to below 10 Degrees scale. Since last two days there has been a significant amount of heat in weather and as a result now every home is using fans to feel easy of heating effect.
Time to rejoice:
Maha-Banana to export banana in February:
Jalgaon's Maha-Banana is sending a container of banana to Dubai in first week of February. The society enacting as a catalyst in promoting Banana crop from the region is following all export directives and quality measures to assure best quality and efficient delivery. The society has exported 4 containers until now and this fifth one comes from Chinawal based Farmer's fruits vegetables sales and processing society.
A special air tight packaging of 13kgs Banana is being prepared with estimated 20 tonnes export in this container. All possible anti-contaminants are being used to assure best quality banana. The society has received 50 Rs. Per quintal additional rates in this export order and is expecting many more of such orders.
The Jalgaon District has 49,000 hectares banana irrigable land with average production of 65 metric tonnes per hectare totalling to 3,185,000 metric tonnes production every year. Of this huge banana production, Jalgaon district consumes just 130,000 (4.08%) metric tonnes while rest of the Maharashtra state buys 455,000 tonnes and rest of Country procures 2,600,000 metric tonnes every year.
Maharashtra University Convocation Ceremony on 28th January:
The North Maharashtra Univeristy Jalgaon is hosting its Annual Convocation ceremony on 28th January 2006. There are 11,410 Graduates that will take their Degrees, 50 Scholars will receive their Ph. D. Degrees, and 43 will receive Gold Medals for Outstanding performance in their curriculum. Of total 11,410 candidates, 3,403 will receive Degrees in person and rest by Post. Arts and Drawing stream has 2,468 candidates, psychology and social science: 1,190, Science: 2,386, Law - 233, Doctors - 251, Engineering - 2,022, Ayurveda - 59, Commerce - 1,739, Education Courses - 1,062 students will receive their degrees.
Bhusawal Team wins Hockey Competition:
Bhusawal team has won All India Hockey Competition versus Amravati Taj India team with score 2-1 conducted by Amravati Municipal Corporation and District Hockey Association. Bhusawal team's Anwar made winning goal by means of penalty corner at 37th minute of the match.
Boys in North Maharashtra University Team:
Sachin Eccharam Patil, a Student of Nutan Maratha College has been selected in North Maharashtra University team for All India Swimming Championship at Tiruanantpuram (Keral) while Advt. Babanbhau Baheti College student Ratansingh Vijaysingh Gurakha has got place in North Maharashtra University Team for Inter University Body Building Championship at Amritsar.
Manvar selected for All India National Level Power Lifting Competition:
Ordnance Factory Bhusawal's employee Mahendra L. Manvar has won the First Rank in Power Lifting Competition by lifting 342.50 kg weight under 76.5kg group at Ambernath and with this he has been selected for the All India National Level Power Lifting Competition at Aavadi (Chennai).
Level Body Building Championship:
Shri Sai Bajrang Gymkhana and District Haushi Body Building Association are conducting District Level Body Building Championship on 25th January 2006 at Gandhe Hall. Competition has been grouped in five weight categories as 52kg group, 53 to 57 kg group, 58 to 61 kg group, 62 to 65 kg and over 65 kg group. Best Body Builder will get 'Peoples Bank Shree Award' with cash prize of Rs. 2001, Shield and Certificate as well as first 3 winning competitors will get prize of Rs.501, Rs.401, Rs.301 with Trophy and Certificate.
Mandali: Marathi Articles Series 'Yatra Tatra' launched:
Team Ejalgaon.com is pleased to announce starting of exclusive Marathi Articles series 'Yatra Tatra' beginning this week. The article series highlights and wishes to enlighten Marathi minds with cheer and nativity. The weekly article series shall cover views and latest write ups of prominent personalities in the field of Marathi Literary.
The Yatra Tatra series has come up as co-ordinated efforts between Team Ejalgaon.com and Shri Bipinchandra Neve, prominent personality in Jalgaon. His hobbies and Gen includes Logical thinking and Astrology reading and he runs a Computer Training Institute in Jalgaon since 1990s.
"Water Troubles free Jalgaon" - District Administration sends 5 Crores
Proposal for Bahula dam works:
The Jalgaon District Administration has geared up its water and irrigation related projects considering the summer 2006 arrival. The administration as its efforts to smooth line the drinking water supply and avoid possible water shortage has come up with a Rs. 5 Crores estimate for various works on Pachora taluka's major water resource Bahula dam. The Tapi irrigation projects circle has sent this 5 Crores proposal to State Government for final approval.
The Bahula dam work was initiated in 1977-78 and it took full speed in 1994-95 and was completed in 1998 at estimated cost of Rs. 44 Crores. The dam turned 100% for first time in 2002 has 138 meters width and 670 meters height and is using 566 hectares area by shifting whole Bildi village located there. Twelve villages from Pachora taluka and 5 from Jlagaon taluka are benefited with this dam.
to take 'Bhagwati Diksha':
Jalgaon's another daughter 'Mona Rameshchandra Chhajer' is taking Bhagwati Diksha on 04th February at Raipur. Inspired by his Excellency 1008 PP Acharya Shri Vijayrajji Maharaj of Vardhaman Sthanakwasi Jain community, she will turn Jain monk. The Jalgaon Jain community has kept a 'Kumkum and honour' ceremony for this blessed daughter.
Bank Administrator term ends: Movements for re-election to begin soon:
The Jalgaon District Central Co-operative Bank's State Co-operative Department administration term for 2 years has ended and as a result movements have begun for getting new elected body on this bank. The State Government has sent letter to RBI for further actions. The State Co-operative department took over bank charge on 10th April 2003 and had 2 years term until 10th April 2005. The term has ended 8 months ago but the department has ordered 'Administration Rule until next order' status for the Bank.
The Local Administration authorities earlier sent a resolution for a new 5 years Administrator term for improving Bank's financials, but the State authorities are still waiting for RBI guidelines of the same.
Region's brand new invention 'Co-operative Farming':
Co-operative is born invention of Maharashtra and Jalgaonities are amongst most effective researchers and users of this movement. The farming sector majority Jalgaon district is witnessing sharp decrease in water levels since last few monsoons. Farming remains directly affected sector with region's major crop 'Banana' requiring sufficient water to grow up. A group of leading farmers instead of going on roads in protest, found an innovative solution that introduced a new concept 'Co-operative Farming' for the whole nation.
A new co-operative Society named 'Suki Co-operative Water usage society' was established at Chinawal in Raver Taluka. The society has over 2,500 farmers as its members from Chinawal, Waghoda, Kumbharkheda, Vivre, Savkheda, Utkheda, Vadgaon villages. This society pays Rs. 15 Lakhs in advance to get Suki reserved water from Suki dam located in this region. This water is then taken for recharging 8 wells thereby increasing ground water levels in the region. This water is then used for crop cultivation and agricultural production. This society has produced over 50 Crores banana in last 4 years and it is just a beginning of a revolutionary 'Co-operative Farming' concept.
Express to halt at Jalgaon Station from 01st February:
The 1093/ 1094 Mahanagari Express will halt at Jalgaon Railway Station with effect from 01st February 2006. This will help Jalgaonities to get an additional option for Mumbai (Jalgaon time: 06:40am). The Jalgaon city leaders along with regular commuters are also demanding for halt to Gitanjali Express and Goa Express trains.
Sugar factory store catches fire: Losses worth Rs. 2 Crores estimated
The Chopda Co-operative Sugar factory Sugar store got sudden fire on Sunday morning around 8am. The fire brigade authorities controlled the fire with water showering that caused damages to around 15,000 ready sugar gunny bags worth Rs. 2 Crores.
The factory witnessing fabulous sugarcane crops receipt this year had 66,740 ready sugar gunny bags (each one with 100kg sugar) packed for despatch lying in Godown# 1. Of this stock, around 1000 bags were damaged due to fire and around 14,000 bags sugar turned wet resulting in total loss of 15,000 quintal sugar. The exact figures of damages are yet to be finalised and the concerned authorities are finding fire causes.
State Government approves 3 Ashram Schools
The State Government has approved Jalgaon District's 3 residential scheduled tribes Ashram Schools. It includes Karma Yogini Pragati Mandal (Pimpri, Taluka: Chopda), Gurukul Secondary Ashram School (Pal, Taluka: Raver), and Saint Janardan Swami Multi-Purpose Educational Trust. These schools are functional since year 2002 and would receive Government grants hereafter.
Khandesh Package to get 387 Crores:
The State Government authorities have announced 387 Crores Khandesh Development fund for Khandesh region. The Jalgaon District's Tapi Irrigation Projects Circle has sent proposal of 155 Crores for various irrigation and water supply related projects in Jalgaon district.
Giant Tree Gecko found in Yaval forestry:
The Bombay Natural history society team visiting Satpuda hills range in Yaval region has found species of giant tree gecko, one of widely dispersing animal category. The Satpuda hills forestry earlier known for tigers will now be popularly known for this specie of reptile animal community.
Regional Passport Officer in
Jalgaon on 21st January:
The Thane based Central Government Passport Office's In-Charge officer is arriving in Jalgaon for a two days visit beginning 21st January. He will address a conference at Police Headquarter on various difficulties and issues relating to getting a Passport. New Passport application forms will also be availed at the time of this meet.
Jalgaon's Nikita Chiplunkar wins
Bronze in State Level competition:
Nikita Prabhakar Chiplunkar, a Jalgaon District Athletics Association athlete has won bronze medal in Under-17 years 100 meters running competition by completing it in 12.3 Seconds in final round. The competition was played at Nagpur on 06th and 07th January and was hosted by Maharashtra labours Welfare Mandal.
Nutan Maratha College's 6 in NMU
The North Maharashtra University team to participate in All India Inter-University Rifle and Pistol shooting competition has 6 students selected from Nutan Maratha College. The competition beginning from 18th January at Gwalior has Pankaj Bhanudas Mahajan, Millind Madhukar Patil, and Kiran Suresh Patil in Air Rifle matche while Hemant Ramesh Mahadik, Lalit Machindranath Bhadane, and Pankaj Kisan Varghat in Air Pistol matches.
Pachora's Narendra Patil selected as Team Manager for National Level Inter-School Chess Competition:
Narendra Patil, a teacher of G.S. High School Pachora and Chess Arbiter has been selected for the post of Team Manager and Trainer for training camp in National Level Inter-School Chess Competition Under-14 to 17 age group categories. Competition will be on 22nd January until 25th January 2006 at Vishakhapattanam while 2 days training camp will be begin from 18th January at Shiv Chatrapati Sports Complex Pune.P CLASS="newstyle">Jalgaon
District gets First Rank in Family Planning:
The State Family Welfare and planning department has announced Jalgaon as first rank execution District in Family Welfare and planning work throughout the state. As compared to last year, Jalgaon had 9% addition in Family planning.
Gud ghya God God bola":
Team Ejalgaon.com wishes warm Greetings to everyone out there on the auspicious eve of Makar Sankranti festivity today. May the year ahead be filled with thrills, prosperity and peace all around you.
Khandesh Package funds demand proposal
for 155 Crores sent:
The Tapi Irrigation Projects Circle has demanded 155 Crores funds from State Government under Khandesh Package announced by State Ministry. The funds demanded are to complete long time pending irrigation and water supply related projects in the district.
The State authorities earlier announced 387 Crores Khandesh development fund package for the districts of Jalgaon, Dhule, Nandurbar, Buldhana districts. The revised proposal sent has 77 Crores earlier approved along with additional demand of 78 Crores. The District parent minister has called a meeting on 27th January at Mumbai to discuss further initiatives in this regards.
Waghur dam work in full pace:
The Jalgaon and Jamner Taluka's vitally important Waghur dam is now getting full pace work with over 500 labours working daily. The work has now touched water controlling gates and is expected to get over by April end. The Tapi Irrigation Projects Circle has sent a proposal of 25.3 Crores to Central Government under A.I.B.P. Scheme. The Circle until now has received 95.6 Crores fund for this project from Central Government since 1996-97 under A. I. B. P. Scheme.
The Waghur dam project is located at a distance of 21kms from Jalgaon city in Mauje Raipur village (Jalgaon Taluka) and has 12 x 8 meters 20 gates for water control.
Octroi Enforcement: State publishes Jalgaon Octroi order in GR:
The Maharashtra State Government has approved Jalgaon Corporation's request for enforcement of Octroi tax in the Jalgaon city. The Government authorities have published said order in the G.R. on 11th January. With this the Corporation once receiving this order, could enforce the tax with effect from 10th February midnight or 11th February midnight taking into consideration the effective GR date.
The Corporation Administration once receiving the G.R. would come up with a Standing order to standing committee. The committee would then further approve method of Octroi collection - either by own or through private party collection system. It will also decide number of octroi collection points in the city. The administration on receipt of standing committee approval would send the concerned resolution to State authorities. The Administration has quoted that Octroi rates fixed earlier will remain in force until 31st March and will be reviewed in its next year's annual budget from 01st April 2006.
The Business associations at other hand have toughened their stand and are in mood of going back to upper Courts to fight against this enforcement. The association heads expressed negation over State's prejudiced roll and non-availing of funds to corporation.
festivity" in Jalgaon on Sunday, 15th January at Mehrun Chowpaty:
The Jalgaon Retail Kirana and Dealer's Urban Co-operative Credit Society is conducting a Kite festivity in Jalgaon on the auspicious eve of Makar Sankranti. The kite festivity is one of key traditional culture in Gujrati community and is widely celebrated in each and every house in Gujarat. The first ever of its kind Kite festivity is on Sunday, 15th January at Mehrun Chowpaty attracts first prize of Rs. 5001, Second prize of Rs. 3001, Third prize of Rs. 2001, fourth prize of Rs. 1001 and 10 other consolation prizes.
Please contact 2228926, 2264380, and 9890153356 for participation and more information of the programme.
Thank you City Administration for proactive approach:
Team Ejalgaon.com feels cheered to thank Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Commissioner and their entire team for encouraging our efforts and offering us with latest city maps. The City Commissioner personally visited Ejalgaon.com on auspicious eve of Diwali and has posted his valuable feedbacks in our Guest Book.
The Corporation has availed latest city maps that include detailed statistics and map views of various areas and colonies along with city limit indications. There are two maps availed for public view, of which one is '1: 10,000' scaled map while another is '1: 32,000' size scaled map having detailed city road, areas and boundary views. We are soon uploading those maps on site.
The Commissioner in his meeting with Team founder has assured continuous feedback and support to offer all possible help from City administration in availing transparent and clear details on administration. The Corporation Commissioner Dr. Pravin Gedam also suggested availing hierarchy of District Administration, District Council (ZP) Administration, Panchayat details, Corporation details along with MLA and MP details from the region. Introducing Government offices Tenders at a lateral stage along with Grievances Redressal forum for Corporation concern departments were amongst few future steps he wish Ejalgaon.com should incorporate into.
The Commissioner liked the site concept and praised the team for keeping up and presenting all Jalgaon related aspects in much cleaner way. He is fond of Ejalgaon News presentation and visits site most often.
District's four players selected for Indian Tennis
Ball Cricket Camp:
Jalgaon District's four players namely Ritesh Jagtap Parola, Mohammad Ezaz Bhusawal, Kishor Chikate Amalner, and Amir Shah Khadaka (Tal: Bhusawal) have been selected for two days Indian Tennis Ball Cricket Camp. The camp starts on 16th January and will have all candidates qualifying from National Tennis Ball Cricket Federation competition matches played at Alawar (Rajasthan) during 29th December until 31st December. These four shown remarkable performance in Maharashtra Team and the authorities will make final selection announcement after judging performance in this camp to play in India - Nepal Trophy Cricket Competition from 18th January at Nepal.
Jalgaon District Team declared
for Nashik Divisional Cricket Competition:
The Jalgaon District Team has been declared for Northern region Jasdanwala Trophy Cricket Competition beginning from 22nd to 27th January 2006. Team is as under:
Sandip Dahad (Captain), Mangesh Patil, Yogesh Sawant, Sushant Jadhav, Abhishekh Patil, Hitesh Patil, Mehul Ingale, Kiran Jadhav, Ganesh Lohar, Aditya Bagade, Javad Shaikh, Tanvir Ahamad, Anant Wagh, Ninad Chaudahri, Prashant Borse, Kiran Chaudhari.
ABVP to conduct
District Level Student Meet:
The All India Student's Council Jalgaon unit is conducting a District wide girl students meet 'Tejaswini' on 15th January at Police Multipurpose hall. The event will have various lectures on topics like 'Campus Culture', 'Foetus Killings', 'Women and Social Security' by faculty members from around the region.
on Girana water in Rubby Crop cultivation:
The Jalgaon District farmers have demanded Girana dam's canal water for around 16,000 hectares area under Rubby cultivation. The canal water used for recharging various well and small water stores has additional support of 18,000 hectares for this Rubby crop totalling to 34,000 hectares for this year's Rubby.
The Girana dam has touched 100% marked 6 times since its initiating 3 decades ago. The dam touched 100% marks and overflowed continuously in last two years. The Authorities have reserved 34% water for drinking supply and the irrigation department is now availing water for Rubby. The district this year had just 50% cultivation as compared to previous year of which mainly Girana backwater and Hatnur region remains in majority with Corn, Jwar, Sunflower, grains remaining key cultivation items. The Dharangaon taluka remains top on the available cultivation capacity followed by Bhadgaon and Chalisgaon remaining last in row.
from Ajanta Ellora Friends Association:
The Ajanta Ellora Friends Association Jalgaon is celebrating Ajanta caves festivity on Sunday, 15th January. The programme begins 9am in morning with Caves viewing with detailed guidance and information on caves painting, architecture and history. The event continues with Ajanta related literary reading followed with lecture on "Role of Ajanta caves in Indian Tourism" at 2pm on T-Point.
The event will have participation of renowned personality having expertise and in-depth information on Ajanta that includes Dr. P. D. Jagtap, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar University Aurangabad Tourism department head Prof. Sarang Deshmukh, Ajanta Unit officer of ASI Dr. Prakash Deshmukh, Prof. G. N. Tambe, Haneef Pathan, Prof. Suresh Pande etc.
Maharashtra Team declared for National Level Tug-of-War Competition:
Maharashtra team has been declared for National Level Tug-of-War Competition at Tirapure College Ground Nagpur. Team is as under
Riyaz Inamdar Pune, Sunil Gayake Nagar, Sainath Kolhe Solapur, Viditsingh Nagar, Sandip Vaval Sangali, Arvind Vaval Bhusawal, Vinit Pohare Vardha, Kedar Gosavi Nashik, Piyush Ambekar Bhusawal, Coach- Shashikant Karnik, Team Manager-Namdev Shirgankar
Madhuri Dhole (Captain) Bhusawal, Rohini Patil, Yogita Patil, Vaishali Ingale, Puja Barase, Kavita Sonwane, Lalita Ghuse, Priyanka Gurav, Bhavana Yadav, Rina Chikhalakar, Coach- S.A. Mandvade, Team manager- P.R. Sakhare
B Team wins Jasadanwala Cricket Test Match:
Jalgaon Team-B has won the Jasadanwala Cricket Test Match versus Jalgaon A Team. Team's Mangesh Mehul, Mushtaq Kiran took one wicket each while Aditya Bagade got two wickets. Team-A's Sandip Dahad scored 90 runs.
Dr. B.T. Rathi Inter-College Debate
Competition on 18th January:
Dr. B.T. Rathi Trust Erandol is hosting an Inter-College Debating Competition on Wednesday 18th January at R.T. Kabre School Erandol. Competition attracts First prize worth Rs.1500 while second prize will be of Rs. 1000 and third prize as Rs. 750 with Trophy. For more details and information please contact B.T. Rathi Trust thereof.
Government clears Octroi Enforcement in Jalgaon:
The Maharashtra State CM has given green signal for Jalgaon Corporation Octroi enforcement request and is expected to come out with a Government resolution for the same today. The Corporation administration has expressed happiness over the move and has marked enforcement of taxation within 30 days of receipt of State GR.
The Business associations have expressed strong protest over the State prejudiced decision and have indicated negation over the enforcement. The heads of association fighting on behalf of District Business confederation are waiting for Government GR to decide further aggression planning to move Higher Courts.
The Jalgaon Corporation Octroi story has faced sad setbacks amidst Administration and Businesses fighting in Courts over not allowing enforcement. The businesses at one hand are expressing slow down of business and inflation in commodity prices while the administration has its own financial woes that could not be patched without this taxation.
College hosted "Impact 2006" ends with enthusiasm:
The M. J. College Diamond jubilee eve hosted Software Competition "Impact 2006" ended yesterday with the College winning Trophy for best and foremost active participation in the event. In Under-Graduate Category Suhas Fegade and Sudhir Kumavat (Government Engineer College, Jalgaon) won first prize and Deepak Jain (I.M.R.) won First prize in PG category. Ajaykumar Garg and Bharat Patil (Pune) and Shweta Suralkar and Vaishnavi Kadu (Engineering College, Akola) won Second and Third prize in UG category respectively. In PG category Azmal Meera Singh (NMU, Jalgaon) and Arga Shah (Vadala) won second and third prizes respectively.
The competition had first prize of Rs. 5,000, second prize of Rs. 3,000 and third prize of Rs. 2,000 along with certification in both UG and PG categories and had 65 participating teams from all around the State.
Sugar factory gets recovery notice:
The Jalgaon District Central Co-operative Bank has sent second notice of taking possession of property of Belganga Co-operative Sugar Factory, Bhoras (Chalisgaon). The Bank has over 32 Crores dues with this Sugar factory facing hard times on various fronts. The Sugarcane rich belt owner Belganga's all bank accounts and transactions are seized with High Court and the Court has demanded Rs. 10 Crores Bank Guarantee for allowing its operations.
The District apex Bank authorities have expressed their concern of keeping business up even though they posses the property of factory. The factory administration has approached NABARD for its 'Sanjivani Package' for financial-ill factories. The administration is yet to receive any reply from NABARD over eligibility of factory in its package and amount it could offer for the same. The factory is under Co-operative Registrar Administration and having elected Board could help it come alive in such a strong sugarcane belt.
Election Observers arrive in Jalgaon:
The State Election Commission appointed two Observers are arriving today in Jalgaon for its Ward 2C Bye-elections. The Observers are on two days tour to overlook progress and arrangements for the fair election.
Softball Sports Competition Practise Camp from tomorrow:
Jalgaon District Softball Association is conducting pre-guidance camp from 12th January until 16th January at Eklavya Sports Complex Ground for National Level Inter-School Softball Competition. Competition will begin on 18th January to 21st January at Ludhiyana (Punjab).
Pawar selected for Parade at Delhi:
Shekhar Gulabrao Pawar, a student of D.S Patil Arts, Commerce and Science College Erandol and NSS cadet student has been selected for Republic Day Parade on at Delhi. Recently he was selected for Group Dance and Group Singing Competition for Youth Festival.
Ball Cricket Competition at Savda from 12th January:
The Sangharsh Cricket Association is hosting a Tennis Ball Cricket Competition beginning from 12th January 2006 at Savda. The Competition attracts first prize of Rs. 11,000 along with Trophy, Second Prize of Rs. 5,551 and Rs. 3,331 from Sham Akole. Last date of participation entries is 10th January. For more details and information please contact Sangharsh Cricket Association thereof.
Exam Practical schedule:
10th Standard practicle exam is beginning from 22nd February until 3rd march and 12th standard practicle examination is from 8th February to 18th February while Theory examination of 10th will be on 7th March until 23rd March and 12th theory examination will be start from 21st February to 16th March.
2005: Private Cotton buying above 22 Lakh quintals:
The private parties continue to enjoy majority of cotton buying this year. The CCI centres on other side have no one to talk of and have just 2600 quintals procurement until now. The private parties on other side have crossed above 22 Lakh quintals and the buying still continues. The State Authorities are soon stopping all buying centres in district.
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation
Standing Committee Meeting review:
The Corporation Standing Committee meeting yesterday discussed various issues of city's progress and sanctioned various projects and tenders processing. Amongst major included hiring Bulldozer for Girana Pumping sand bridge, widening Dalfad area internal link roads, cancelled contractor delayed tenders, and suspending irregular employees.
Armyman receives Gold Medal:
Dhananjay Madhavrao Jagtap, an Assam rifle's soldier has received Gold Medal for his outstanding services in Lebanon Peace Keeping Force mission. He joined army in 2002 with Assam Rifles and was in Lebanon for 6 months from June 2005 to December 2005.
to conduct "Expo Transformation" - Educational Exhibition:
The MJ College is celebrating its Diamond Jubilee year and has announced conducting an Educational Exhibition "Expo Transformation" with around 350 projects being availed for public view at various departments. The exhibition is open for all from 12th January until 15th January from 10am till 5pm.
Flowers Exhibition by Garden Club on 15th January:
The Jalgaon Garden Club is conducting a Flowers Exhibition on Sunday, 15th January 2006 at Leva Boarding Hall. Exhibition will have various competitions for Flowers Arrangement, Mixed Flowers Arrangement, Dry Arrangement, Salad Decoration, Bonsai, Cactus, Indoor plants, and types of roses, various seasonal flowers, Nursery plants etc and various stalls of Nursery, Seeds and sowing seeds. Exhibition is open for all from 12pm until 9pm. For more details and information please contact Jalgaon Garden Club thereof.
Bhusawal Division wins Home
Guard Sports Competition:
Home Guard sports Competition ends with the practicle and path parade. Home guard workers demonstrated disaster management plans, helping ideas with the help of practicle sessions as well as how solve work earthquake, fire brigade related issues immediately and most effectively etc.
Bhusawal division has won the Home Guard Competition while Jalgaon team won second runner up prize.
Ramchandra Malusare and Sampada Sant selected
for Senior National Level Softball Competition:
Nutan Maratha's Ramchandra Malusare and Lunkad Girls School's Sampada Sant have been selected in Maharashtra State Team for Senior National Level Softball Competition at Jagganathapuri from 10th to 15th January 2006.
Chemist Association calls for Strike:
The Maharashtra Chemist Association has called for a two-day token strike on 11th and 12th January 2006. The strike announced is in protest of various 40 norms laid by State FDA Department. The Association has set up an emergency facility room for any emergency medicine requirements arising during strike period at its Chemist Hall in Vivekananda Nagar area. The District Association body is meeting today to finalise its stand over the issue.
Depot strike disrupts Fuel supply in Jalgaon:
The Jalgaon Petrol Pump owners are facing hard times with most of them getting no Fuel since last few days. Out of 17 petrol pumps in Jalgaon city, over 50% HP pumps have labelled "Out of Stock" resulting in huge inconvenience to many of Jalgaonities. The Manmad depot strike reasons are yet to be detailed. The Jalgaon region uses estimated 30,000 litres of Petrol a day through around 100 petrol pumps in whole District and city areas.
Corporation Standing Committee Meeting
The Jalgaon city Municipal Corporation Standing committee is meeting today to discuss various issues on the agenda. Amongst topmost issues include building sand bridge at Girana pumping, taking suitable action on irregular employees, widening Gaothan areas, finalising call for Golden Jubilee Urban Employment scheme, carpeting of Mehrun shivar road etc.
Authorities distributes signs to candidates:
With all candidates clear in the bye-election, the election authorities have distributed signs for further campaigning by candidates. The NCP candidate Ramesh Jain has Clock sign; BJP candidate Sakat Bablukhan Masumkhan has received Lotus sign while the independent candidate Pragya Sunil Jadhav has received Aeroplane sign.
District Team declared for Body Building Championship:
District team has been declared for State Level 'Senior Maharashtra Shree' Body Building Championship Competition. Team is as under:
Chandrakant Sapkale, Ratansingh Gorarkh, Kalim Shaikh, Yogesh Jaware, Pradip Nannavare, Krushna Gawai, Shaikh Ahemad, Javed Shaikh, Adrin Almeda, Gorakh Bari, Vishal Patil, Sagar Bendale, Ajay Hasankar, Nitin Chaudhari.
Team Manager: Raju More and Team Coach: Shaikh Rajjak
Team wins Divisional Tanpure Cricket Competition:
Dhule team has won the Tanpure Divisional Cricket Competition with 8 points versus Jalgaon team hosted by Maharashtra Cricket Association. Dhule's Pratik Desai scored 125 runs while Jalgaon's Prashant Borse, Ninad Chaudhari and Jitendra Patil took 3 wickets each.
Guard Sports Competition Results:
Jalgaon's Dhananjay Patil has won Best Turnout Award while Amalner's Sandip Patil has won the Best Green Award in Home Guard Sports Competition at Police Parade Ground. Raver's Kantilal Tayade won second rank in Best Turnout competition and Amalner's Shivdas Bhoi achieved third rank. Ravindra Thakur and Baliram Fullzade received second rank and third rank namely in Best Drill Competition. Pachora Team won Kabbadi Competition while Jalgaon team won Kho-Kho competition. This eve includes Path Parade and Practicle Session today.
Bhusawal Zonal Railway
Training Institute receives ISO 9001-2000 Certification
The Bhusawal Zonal Railway Training Institute has received ISO 9001-2000 certification. The Centre has become one of few Railway Training centres having ISO certification. The Centre was established in 1962 in name of Zonal Training School and it serves as first time training institution helping students to acquire Railway Process knowledge.
and Registration department announces revised rates for rural areas:
The Maharashtra State Franking and Registration department has also announced increased rates for rural areas in the State. The reviewed plan has 4 divisions for Jalgaon District of which fourth division has most valuation villages. Please refer detailed price valuation table by clicking here for more information thereof.
State Registration and Franking department announces 5% to 25% increase in Property valuation:
The Maharashtra State Registration and Franking Department has announced increased rates in State's all cities. The increase rated from 5% to 25% has valued Open spaces, buildings, offices, shopping complexes, shops in ground floor, upper floors, residential buildings and open space category.
The Jalgaon city's Dana Bazar area, Fule Market, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Railway Station road, Ring Road, Old Nagpur road (City Survey No 202) has maximum valuation in this new official scale with Rs. 12,700 per Sq. meters for open space, Rs. 14,800 per sq. mtr. for residential buildings and Rs. 41,500 for ground floor area. The Jalgaon city has Rs. 4,500 to 14,800 per sq. meters rate for residential area while Rs. 8,500 to 41,500 for commercial usage area. The revised rates will add to departments' revenue in terms of new property registration and will also reduce the actual buying cost and registration cost difference based on market valuations.
Please refer to detailed Jalgaon Property Valuation chart by clicking here.
3 Candidates in fray:
With last date of withdrawing nominations in Jalgaon city Municipal Corporation Ward 2C Bye-elections, there are now 3 candidates in the race. Total 5 candidates withdrew their nominations on the last date of withdrawal. The 3 candidates include National Congress Party (NCP) Candidate Ramesh Jain, Bhartiya Janta Party candidate Bablu Khan, and Pragya Jadhav as Independent candidate.
The ward election is scheduled on 22nd January 2006.
students selected in University Kabbadi Team:
The Adv. Baheti College 3 students have been selected in North Maharashtra University team for upcoming Inter-University Kabbadi competition at Kolhapur. The 3 includes Sanjay Kavade, Ajay Kavade, and Arvind Dhande from the college.
Excise Department urges
for Service Tax returns filing:
The Central Excise Department has urged all professionals falling under Service Tax category to file their Service Tax returns in due time frame to avoid prosecution. Those professionals, companies having service revenue below Rs. 4 Lakhs in year 2004-05 have been exempted from Service Tax. Please refer to Department authorities for detailed information thereof.
Komal Mahajan wins Gold Medal in State Level Inter School Taykvando Competition:
Komal Mahajan, a student of R.R. High School Jalgaon has won Gold Medal in State Level Inter-School Taykvando Competition by defeating Pune Division's Jui Anil Zodage at Nagpur. Other winning students are Ankita Patil- Silver Medal, Utkarsh Mahajan- Bronze Medal.
Pune division won first prize while Kolhapur division won second prize and Mumbai division received third prize in this competition.
38 Muhurat for Gruh-Pravesh in this year:
The Year 2006 has come up with wishes and prosperity all around. The year has a total of 38 Muhurat for the dream come true "Gruh-Pravesh". The inaugural dates are as under:
January: 6, 20, 23, 25
February: 10, 18, 23, 25
March: 1, 6, 9, 11, 17, 20, 23, 24
May: 3, 4, 10, 11, 20, 24
June: 7, 12, 16, 17
August: 2, 4, 9, 10, 14
December: 13, 14, 16, 25, 29
District Planning and
Development Committee Meeting review:
The Jalgaon District Planning and Development Committee Meeting conducted at District Collectorate office evoked furious response from all MLA from District on account of less funds availed to district from Khandesh Development Fund. District's water supply and irrigation related projects facing funds shortage followed by 'Mahakay' water harvesting scheme turning uncertain remained key discussion issues.
The 3.5 Hours meeting chaired by District Parent Minister concluded with orders to Collector and ZP CEO for immediate touring of villages facing acute water shortage and make suitable action plans thereof. The committee also ordered recounting of earnings per head for Kharip crops seeing drought-like situation in less raining areas.
The next meeting is on 27th January at Jalgaon and will have Tapi Irrigation funds and Electrical Load Shedding issues on top added with detailed discussions on Government Engineering College running in fears of closure on non-compliance of norms for space, set-up, and resources.
Exam from 21st February, SSC from 07th March:
The Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Education has announced exam schedule for HSC and SSC final board exams. The HSC exam begins from 21st March while SSC exam begins from 07th March.
The HSC written test is from 21st February until 16th March while Practical exam is from 08th February until 18th February. The SSC written exam is from 07th March until 23rd March while Practical from 22nd February until 03rd March. The Professional Courses practical exam will be from 25th March until 31st March.
Post Office inaugurated
The North Maharashtra University now has its own Post office (Pin: 425002). The Office was inaugurated on 05th January and will have all tickets, KVP Certificates, NSS, R.D., Rural Postal Insurance Scheme, Postal Life Insurance, Speed Post Service (Within India and Outside India), Registered Post Service, and Parcel Service.
for nominations to "Dalit Mitra Award":
The Maharashtra State Social Justice Department has called for year 2006-07 Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Dalit Mitra Award nominations. The male candidates nominating for this award shall be above 50 years of age and female candidates above 45 years age. For more details and nominations forms please contact District Social Welfare officers.
Jalgaon Police Boys wins 18 Medals in National Level Karate Competition:
Jalgaon Police Boys has won 18 Medals in National Level Karate Competition hosted by Indian Marshal Arts Association at Bhusawal. Competition had participation of almost 500 students from Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat, Tamilnadu, Goa, Andhra Pradesh state. Winning students are as under
Gold Medal: Aditya Malviya, Vaibhav Patil, Shruti Patil, Santosh Tayade, Rahul Pathak, Jitendra Thakare, Rupali Beldar, Madhuri Sonwane, Gayatri Bari, Harshada Patvardhan, Naina Patil
Silver Medal: Bajrang Sapkale, Dinesh Sapkale, Ninod Sapkale, Tejas patil, Ashwini Sheravate
Bronze Medal: Avinash Sheravate
Level Tennis Ball Cricket Competition at Aawhane on 15th January:
Aawhane's Speed Group is arranging District Level Tennis Ball Cricket Competition beginning from 15th January 2006 at Jai Balaji Ground. Last date of participation is 14th January. Winning Team will get Rs. 11,000 and certificate; second prize will be of Rs. 5,000 and Certificate while third prize will have Shield and Certificate. For more details and information please contact Shani Krupa Centre Aawhane thereof.
Language Arts Association Award Ceremony on 4th February:
Marathi Language Arts Association is conducting two days 3rd State Level Marathi Language Arts Conference on 4th February until 5th February 2006. Conference will have Award Ceremony to honour Prof. S.N. Patil for his Marathi Literary Work.
Planning and Development Commission meeting today:
The Jalgaon District Planning and Development Committee is meeting today. The meeting today will be chaired by District Parent minister and will have possible water shortage issue on topmost points in agenda followed by discussion on various works delayed. The Administration will present Rs. 52 Crores Year 2005-06 Budgetary planning as approved by the committee. The Administration has utilised just 33% of this fund as of December 2005 and the rest is yet to be use.
Gandharva Music festivity begins today:
Khandesh region's specialised and unique 3 days project Bal Gandharva Music festivity is beginning today in Jalgaon at JDCC Bank hall everyday from 8pm. This year event will have Pt. Dayashankar Sanai Play in inaugural ceremony followed by Rajshree Pathak Song and Sandeep Ghosh Tabla performance on first day. The second day event includes Pt. Bhavanishankar Pakhwaj play, Pt. Ashwini Bhide Deshpande's Classical Music, Pt. Arjun Mishra's Katthak Play.
The event ends with Pt. Purbayan Chattarjee's Satar Play, Pt. Rajan Mishra and Pt's Sajan Mishra's Classical Singing added with Suyog Kundalkar on 'Samvadini' and Dilshad Khan on Sarangi. Please contact authorities for entry passes and more details on the event.
Moose Memorial Exhibition in Chalisgaon:
The Chalisgaon city has world renowned artist Kaki Moose's 16th Memorial arts exhibition hosted at Moose gallery. The exhibition has various drawings and paintings from renowned artist in Khandesh region. The Moose memorial trust has expressed desire to set up "Tree Burt Art Gallery" in Chalisgaon in his memorial and is taking necessary steps to do so.
approved 1250 Centres for Continued Education in Jalgaon:
The Central Government has approved Rs. 7 Crores fund for setting up 1159 Sub-centres and 100 Main Centres for Continued Education in Jalgaon District. The Administration has received Rs. 3.50 Crores as first instalment of this.
The District Literacy Committee (ZP) has approved Rs. 45,000 grant per month to the main centres while Rs. 25,000 grant to Sub-Centres per month under this scheme.
and MITCON to conduct FPI Training:
The DIC Jalgaon and MITCON are jointly conducting training course on opportunities in Food Processing Industry in Jalgaon District. The 30 days training programme beginning this month will have various food products made from Fruits, vegetables processing, Milk, Meat, Eggs processing, Addictive drinks, juices, Soyabeen oil, milk and milk products, Avla, Banana, and Potato etc. The training includes introduction, technology, market awareness, project development and lectures of existing dignitaries in the field.
The training has maximum intake of 30 seats and last date of participation is 10th January 2006. For more details and participation please contact DIC office Jalgaon.
District Athletics Association conducts Inter School Sports Competition:
The District Athletics Association is conducting a two days Inter-School Sports Competition beginning today until 7th January. Event will have various Competition of School categories on 5-6 January while those of open category will be on 7th January. Around 372 students from 34 schools and 354 competitors for open category are participating in this event.
Winners will get Trophy along with Certificate along with Participation Certificate and 15 Best Player will receive Athletics Kit.
Trainer's Maharashtra Table Tennis Team wins National Level Competition:
The Maharashtra-A Cadet Girls Team has won the Gold Medal in Cadet and Sub-Junior category Competition while Silver and Bronze Medal in personal category in matches played at Pondicherry from 27th December to 2nd January. Sub-Junior Girls Team has won two Silver Medals and Sub-Junior Doubles Girls team has won Bronze Medal. Jalgaon's Vivek Alwani enacted as Coach for this team.
Level Karate Competition result:
Jalgaon Team has won the Inter-School District Level Karate Competition while Amalner Team has won six Gold Medal and three Silver Medal and Bhusawal Team achieved third rank in matches arranged by District Sports Authority and District Sports Karate Association at Rotary Hall.
Waste recycling plant to get activated soon:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation sponsored Waste recycling plant is all set to start its processing. The plant with estimated expenditure of 80 Lakhs will reprocess 70kgs waste an hour. The city with 560 registered hospitals and nursing homes generates waste of 500kgs a day while 200kgs of plastic waste.
The plant operates at 850 Degree Celsius and then boiler boils it at over 1000 degrees Celsius. The poisonous gases generated by this process will be softened by water showering.
Guruji' film selected in Pune International Film Festival:
The Film story written on life and social contribution of Sane Guruji has been selected for participation in Pune International Film Festival to be held from 12th January until 19th January 2006. The festival has 7 Marathi films of which this film remains first in list. The film was recently launched in Amalner - Sane Guruji's work place and evoked good response.
Aditya Malaviya wins Silver Medal in National Level Karate Competition:
Adiyta Ajaykumar Malaviya, a student of S.G Deokar School has won the Silver Medal in National Level Karate Competition in 31-35 kg weight category at Bhusawal conducted by Indian Marshal Art Academy. Around 500 students participated from Maharashtra, Karantaka, MP, Tamilnadu, Goa, Gujarat state.
Guidance Camp for Co-operative Society Workers:
The State Co-operative Society Federation's Nashik Divisional 'Sahakar Samrudhi' is conducting a 2 days guidance training session for co-operative society workers at Nashik on 7th. The session will have members of Nashik division's Jalgaon, Dhule, Nandurbar, and Nashik District's all District Banks, Co-operative Bank's Collection and Marketing Officers and will have discussion on various rules, laws information and other related information. For more details, information and participation please contact Co-operative Guidance Centre Nashik thereof.
Plan by Police Force to control House Robbery, theft:
The District Police Force has declared a new action plan to control the house robbery, theft. The action plan includes appointing a private security guard in respective area along with one armed Police Constable. The appointed Guard shall be paid by taking contribution from respective area's residents. This will improve the work efficiency and will help Police force to tackle the manpower shortage and promptness in duties. The MIDC Police has taken up this measure on trial basis and the plan will be implemented very soon throughout the region.
Octroi Enforcement now in CM's court:
The Urban Affairs ministry has passed on Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation submitted Octroi Enforcement approval to Chief Minister after hearing both Administration and Business Association representatives. Corporation Commissioner along with Advocate, Octroi Superintendent attended the hearing while six businessmen from Jalgaon along with their Advocate attended the investigation. The Urban Development Ministry Secretary after hearing both parties has passed on the file to State Chief Minister along with views and opinions.
District Authorities meets on Water shortage issue:
The District Administration authorities have met on last day to discuss possible water shortage in the region and planning for the same. The District Collectorate chaired Meeting had presence of ZP CEO, Executive Magistrate, Deputy Collector, Soil Water Survey Department Authorities, Water supply authorities, Tahsildar, and Block Development Officer.
The District Administration has included 15 Taluka's 603 villages in possible water shortage places list and has come up with Rs. 5.31 Crores works to tackle the situation. The Action plan includes increasing levels of 56 well, acquiring 328 private well, tanker water supply to 108 villages, fast track implementation of 7 water supply projects, procurement of 146 new supply pipes, completing 40 water supply pipelines etc. The Administration has also urged Electricity Distribution Company not to include establishment locations of common water supply projects to smoothen the supply.
Railways Bhusawal Division earns 322 Crores:
The Central Railways Bhusawal Division has earned Rs. 322.64 Crores in this financial year until now. This marks 33% growth as compared to earlier year in terms of passenger fare, Goods Transporting, and Parcels.
The Bhusawal Division is spread from Bhusawal until Igatpuri on Bombay Line while from Bhusawal to Khandwa on Delhi Line and Bhusawal to Badnera on Akola route. The Railway Board had assigned target of Rs. 321.44 Crores and the division crossed the target achieving its best. The Division earned Rs. 6.22 Crores from food Grains transporting, 1.31 Crores from Cement Transportation, and 3.76 Crores from DOCC.
The Division employees more than 15,000 employees of various cadre and has one of biggest yards. Please visit Division website for more information thereof by clicking here.
State Level Conference on "Decreasing
Male - Female ratio":
The Dr. G. D. Bendale Women's College is conducting a State Level Conference on "Decreasing Male - Female Ratio" on 07th and 08th January 2006. The conference will have participation of various dignitaries from the State.
Maniyar Law College wins State Level Vidhyavardhini Debating Competition:
Jalgaon's S.S. Maniyar Law College team has won the State Level Vidhyavardhini Debating Competition at Dhule. Total 24 students from different colleges participated in competition on "Liberalisation of Arts Profession - Negative Impacts on India". Dhule's Sachin Bagul won first prize in Individual category while Sumit Kothari won second prize and Law College's Jagadish Kuwar and Dr. Ambedkar College's Punam Kakuste won joint third prize.
Selection Test for Body Building
Maharashtra State Body Builder's Association is organising a State Level 'Maharashtra Shree' Body Building Competition on 7th January at AhmedNagar. Those residing in Maharashtra State since last 15 years can apply for selection test on tomorrow evening at Shree Sai Bajrang Gymkhana.
Merit List Declared:
North Maharashtra University has declared B.Ed merit list of April-2005 examination. K.C.E Society's four students are in merit list namely Rajendra Raghunath Rajput, Sunil Dasharath Chaudhari, Gajanan Narayan Chauhan and Lata Chunilal Pardeshi.
2005: 16 Lakh quintal cotton procured:
For the first time in last 20 years, the State Cotton buying is ending 1 month in advance. The Agricultural authorities have estimated 16 Lakh quintals cotton crop procurement from private parties and another 8 Lakh quintal in store with farmers. The Jalgaon division comprises of Jalgaon, Dhule, and Nandurbar districts. The private parties buying begun on 20th October 2005 followed by State buying at 21 different centres in Jalgaon division.
Emergency Meeting on
Jalgaon District water crisis today:
The District Administration has called for an emergency meeting of all revenue officers in District today to discuss possible water shortage in district in upcoming time. Region's main water reservoir Girana dam has now just 60% water stored as compared to earlier 100% during monsoon times. The Hatnur dam has 85%, Manyad has 21%, Bori has 27%, Bhokarbari has 32%, Suki has 77%, Abhoda has 48%, Agnavati has 37%, Hivra has 42%, and Mangrul has 84% while Bahula and Tondapur are dry. The District Planning and Development Commission (DPDC) is meeting on 06th January.
Authorities to decide on Jalgaon Octroi issue today:
The Maharashtra State Urban Development affairs ministry will today hear Jalgaon businesses launched complaint against enforcement of Octroi tax in Jalgaon. The Corporation Authorities earlier sent proposal for approval of enforcement of Octroi in Jalgaon clearing all legal aspects.
The State authorities have called both Corporation Authorities and Business Association heads for final hearing on the matter.
Ronak Mehta receives International FIDE Rating in Chess Competition:
Ronak Mehta, a native of Jalgaon and student of Rustomji High School, has received International ranking in FIDE Rating for Chess Competition at Sangali. He scored 5 points versus nine rated players and defeated Sangali's Padasalagikar, Bangalore's M. Satwik and Parbhani's Vinod Adane.
District team gears up for State Level Taykvando Competition:
The Jalgaon District team has moved to Nagpur for 2 days Inter-School State Level Taykvando Competition. Competition begins on 03rd January in Under-14, 17 and 19years age group at Dr. Hedagewar hall. Around 400 players will participate from 7 division and district.
Jalgaon Team is as under:
Komal Narendra Mahajan, Siddhant Ishwar patil, Priti Ramesh Ghodeswar, Ankita Prakashsingh Patil, Vishal Yuvraj Beldar, Manvi Kuhar, Girish Bhaidas Patil, Nilesh Pradip Sonwane
Jamir Shaikh receives
Best Player Award:
Jamir Mushtaq Shaikh has received Best Player of the Year Award from District Police Force. The award comprises of a Silver Medal, Cash Prize worth Rs. 1111, football kit and certificate. He won First Prize in 100 meters running competition with record of 11 seconds and was selected in State Level competition for 7 times.
He becomes one of few distinguished players to be selected for third consecutive time for this award. Earlier he received Best player award in year 2003 and 2004. Jamir have 25 medals in various competitons.
in Mehnubare (Chalisgaon):
The Mehunbare village of Chalisgaon taluka is witnessing severe waterborne diseases with over 100 affected by diarrhoea disease. The village's water supply line and supplying valve having leakage resulted in contamination of supply drinking water affecting majority of people. The administration has stopped village's water supply is and is doing war-level repairing works to water supply line. 24 patients are still in hospitals undergoing the treatments.
Most people are affected by diarrhoea at some time in their lives. It is often accompanied by stomach pains, feeling sick and vomiting. It is usually due to consumption of drinking water contaminated with bacteria, undercooked meat and eggs or inadequate kitchen hygiene - in other words, an infection.
NMU UDCT to host National
Level Conference in Chemical Technology:
The Univeristy Department of Chemical Technology, North Maharashtra University Jalgaon is conducting a National Level Conference on Recent trends in Chemical Technology on 06th and 07th January 2006. The conference has received 65 Paper Presentation requests until now and will have various dignitaries on Inauguration and Prize Distribution ceremony.
Happy New Year 2006:
Team Ejalgaon.com wishes all its visitors, subscribers, and everyone with delightful Happy New Year 2006. May this year ahead fulfil your dreams with Quote “Dream Bigger, Think Bolder, Plan Better, Act Faster, React Smarter, Forgive Quicker, Win Regular, and be humble”.
Shrikhande qualified for State Ball Badminton competition:
Jalgaon District's experienced Ball Badminton competition player Arun Shrikhande has qualified for State Level Ball Badminton competition to be played at Amravati. He won the qualifying match at Ulhasnagar and has been playing in Jalgaon team since last 4 years.
Sudhakar Chaudhari to receive ‘National
Pune’s Centre for Educational Development and Research has selected Shakuntalabai Mahajan Sugar Centre School Manager Sudhakar Chaudhari for year 2005 Educational Awards. His outstanding Contribution to society includes establishing ‘Sugar Schools’ for educating children of Sugar labour workers facing disruptions in education due to migrating nature of work. His award included Excellency in planning, management and services to students.
District Science Exhibition in Bhusawal:
The ZP Authorities are conducting District level Science Exhibition in Bhusawal on 02nd and 03rd January 2006. The exhibition is expected to have presence of students from various schools.