SSC and HSC Exam some papers rescheduled:
The State Education Department has announced rescheduling of some papers of both SSC and HSC Exams following these days having ZP Election related works. SSC and HSC papers earlier scheduled for 8, 9, 10 and 12 March would now be on 24, 26, 28 and 29 March for SSC and on 14, 15, 16 and 17 for HSC. HSC IT Online Exam earlier scheduled from 14th until 16th March would be from 20th until 22nd March. The Exam paper timings would remain same.
Deepnagar Thermal Power Station records highest throughput:
Bhusawal Thermal Power Station (BTPS) located Deepnagar has set landmark records of electricity production in a day. This has led to State Electricity Distribution in avoiding hectic load shedding in many parts of State due to technical glitches in other working units.
The unit has two electricity generating machines each of 210MW capacity and 62.5MW capacity third unit that work 24x7 to generate best of output. The unit#2 is in full functionality since last 41 days and third 62.5MW unit is oldest of all and therefore is being used at 58MW capacity.
Preparations in run:
The District Administration is making adequate arrangements for upcoming District Council (ZP) and Village Panchayat Elections. It has planned to deploy around 17,241 employees for smooth conduct of this election and has already begun their training for election. Administration conducted a review meeting yesterday having all 15 Taluka Election Officers along with Police. There would be in all 2,431 polling booths in 224 zones. It has also arranged for 302 buses, 308 jeeps at these 224 zones for transporting of required resources to booths.
Budget 2007-08 disappoints Khandesh region:
Khandesh region Railways amenities and facilities agonies remains as it is with Budget having no Special provision or facilities announced. Railways one of best earning Bhusawal Division has not received even a single new train and Bhusawal - Surat double line work remains ignored.
Khandesh Express from Bhusawal Division, another Passenger Train for Mumbai, extension of Navjeevan Express until Bikaner, making bi-weekly Trains like Secunderabad - Bikaner Express daily, special coaches for daily commuters remains as it. Division also failed to get any of newly announced Garib Rath Trains. The Bhusawal Division earning 25-30% of freight through banana transporting has not received special discounting for banana.
to go on strike on 15th March against VAT:
VAT chaos continues again with State Government's dwelling policies as March end arrives and new financial year is about to begin. The Federation of Associations of Maharashtra (FAM) has announced statewide strike on 15th March protesting State's VAT imposition on flour, rice, Rava, Maida from 01st April and hiking of VAT rate on essential items like Tea from existing 4% to 12.5% without any grounds of lower collection factors. Association has further warned of indefinite strike from 01st April if State does not approve the demand. Jalgaon Business Associations Confederation has supported this strike and its all member Association traders would go on strike on 15th March.
General Body approves 200 Crores Budget:
Jalgaon Corporation General Body has finally approved its Budget 2007-08 having Rs. 200 Crores 95 Lakhs and 53,000 provisions of works and expenditure. The Opposition strongly protested Administration not providing any provisions for repayments of its huge debt burden and expediting huge amount in Airport Development and proposed to transfer back Airport to State Authorities. Administration rejected the Proposal following no majority on this issue.
NMU Convocation Ceremony on Saturday:
Khandesh's educational hub North Maharashtra University has organized its 15th Convocation ceremony on Saturday, 03rd March. It would avail 12,375 Degrees along with 63 Gold Medals and 49 Ph. D. degrees. The Convocation would have presence of 1,528 students and rest would get degree through Post. It has further appointed 21 committees to smooth conduct entire event.
Degrees include Arts - 2,419, Social Science - 1,294, Science Stream - 2,956, Law - 324, Medical and Pharmaceuticals - 278, Engineering and Technology - 2,074, Ayurveda - 41, Commerce and Management - 1,947, Education Courses - 1,042.
NMU has received Rs. 3.33 Crores grant from State Government, is planning to setup full-fledged Boys hostel and Sports amenities. It also plans to appoint and fulfill 67 vacant posts in various administrative and education roles.
Inter-School Table Tennis Competition:
Shridhar Tripathi and Neha wins:
Jalgaon Taluka Table Tennis Association conducted Challenge Trophy Inter-School Table Tennis competition ended yesterday with Mohit Gadgil, Dania David, Sanket Bhole, Roshni Ahirrao, Himanshu Sharma, Neha Atrawalkar, National Player Shridhar Tripathi wining their respective category matches in Under 10, Under 12, Under-14 and Under-16 competitions.
Corporation General Body Meeting today to finalise Budget:
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation General Body is meeting today to finalise Rs. 200.95 Crores Budget 2007-08 as amended by standing committee. The Administration is in plans to setup self-tax assessment system, open plots taxes collection special cell along with various means to speed up various pending Taxation related cases in Civil Courts.
V. Raman Memorial Conference at NMU:
North Maharashtra University Jalgaon is organizing a Paper Presentation Contest at NMU Senate Hall to encourage more of Research activities. Competition is on Wednesday, 28th February and would have Chemical, Mathematics, Life Science, Computers, Ecology, Information Technology related Paper Presentations. Please contact Authorities for registering in Paper Presentation on same day.
Nandurbar and Nashik teams
win by an Inning:
MCA organized under-17 State level Cricket Competition yesterday had Nandurbar and Nashik teams winning by an inning in their respective group matches. Nandurbar team defeated Deodhar-11 Pune by an Inning and 60 runs while Nashik defeated Nanded by an Inning and 50 runs with bonus Point at Bhusawal. In another match at Pune, Pune defeated Jalgaon based on first innings lead. Jalgaon team scored 145 runs.
Abacus Competition: Around 700
SIP Academy conducted Khandesh and Marathwada regional Competition SIP Prodigy 2007 yesterday evoked wonderful response with around 700 students. Sakshi Rane from Jalgaon won Level-1 and Amalner's Bhavesh Jain won in above-8 Years category. In Level-2 Muskan Agrawal (Aurangabad), won under-8 and Krishna Bachant (Aurangabad) won Above-8 Years category. Amod Vispute (Dhule) won Level-3 and Harshad Patwari (Dhule) won Level-4 along with Amol Pachpande in newly joined group and Akshara Kabra in AMAL category. Jalgaon's Chess Hero Pratik Patil inaugurated competition.
Chennai team wins
National Moot Court Competition at Jalgaon:
Chennai Law University team has won Dr. G. D. Bendale Memorial Second National Moot Court Competition organized by Maniyar Law College Jalgaon. Government Law College Mumbai team won second Prize while Aniket Ujjwal Nikam and Sheena Sharma won Individual category awards. Pune's ILS Law College won Best Memorial Trophy.
Rich-Poor versus Inverter and without-Inverter persons:
Water, Electricity and house remain most necessities of every human being. Societies and communities later made this thinking more liberal availing basics of living sacred life. The liberalising economies and open to all markets took one-step further and drawn a line of richness and scarcity based on earnings. Humanity factor left apart and differentiating lines continues further with rich earning more and more and low earners continue to pale down with increasing debt and expenditure burden. Electricity has now drawn another layer on this distinguishing factor by means of hectic load shedding.
Electricity resources and suppliers woes intensified gravity of light availability and this led to many opting for Electricity generating and reserving units like UPS/ Invertors and Power Generators. This factor made two divisions in communities those having these units and those not occupying any of such units. First prime questions and discussions in communities now is "Don't you have Inverter or Generator?" when someone visits another person in power outage/ dark.
Race for best of money has and rich resources availability added with media hypocrisy has drawn this factor to status symbol thereby severely affecting community strengths. Who has given rights to State Electricity Company to draw another differences line in communities based on this poorly managed resource? UP and Bihar are our idols in this aspect. Uttar Pradesh is in phase#2 of such issues wherein its big brother Bihar is in Phase#3. There are many areas in UP and Bihar having high lighting and its nearby areas in darkness just because they do not have any electricity generating/ preserving resources.
Our dozing Governments needs to desperately think and visualise over this aspect, come up with strong consensus irrespective of dirty Party Politics, and overcome such social evils.
ZP Elections: Nominations count touches 2,147 on last day:
Yesterday being last day of filling nomination forms for ZP Elections led to huge rush on all form filling centres. Authorities received a total of 2,147 applications in four days that include 767 for 68 ZP Blocks and 1,380 for Panchayat Committee blocks. Administration received 192 applications for ZP Blocks and 313 Applications for Panchayats. Administration would scrutinise these applications on Monday, 26th February.
This includes 98 candidatures in Jalgaon Taluka with 36 for ZP blocks and 62 for Panchayat Committee blocks. Political parties remain most busy entities collecting Lakhs of funds from aspirant candidates in Party Funds. Parties are conducting meeting of top bearers to finalise candidatures and its policy for elections.
IMR organised IT FESTA 2007
Institute of Management and Research Jalgaon organised IT FESTA 2007 has ended yesterday amidst enthusiastic student community response and participation of 25 teams. NMU Department of Computer Science MCA Students Kalpesh Deo, Nilesh Kakurde and Vijay Salunkhe won first Prize in Software category followed by IMR student Shriram Patil and Tejas Kataria winning Second and Suhas Sonawane, Sandeep Rane and Nilesh Athavale winning third prize. NMU students Vijay Salunkhe and Vivek Pawar won first prize in Paper Presentation along with Wardha Dental College student Dr. Neeraj Agrawal winning Dr. Deshpande Best Innovative Paper and Presentation Award for IT in Dentistry.
Indian Ordnance employees National Convention
Indian Ordnance Employees Association is organising its 14th National Convention at Ordnance Factory Varangaon from 26th until 28th February. The organisers have setup mega tent on Dr. Ambedkar Stadium with lighting and other suitable arrangements and expect around 2,000 representatives participation in this event.
MCA under-17 Cricket Competition: Nandurbar and Nashik
MCA organised under-17 State level Cricket competition continued yesterday with Nandurbar scoring 282 runs in its first inning followed by Deodhar team scoring 115 runs all out in response at day end. In Second match, Nanded played versus Nashik team at Bhusawal wherein Nanded team bowled out for 76 runs in its firs tinning. In response Nashik, team has scored 207/8 at day end.
ZP History: Local Board to District Council - 37 years of Journey:
Jalgaon District had Local Board for a span of 37 years from 1925 to 1962 and had 10 Presidents chairing this Board. This Board President was empowered with rights to appoint Employees and CEO for region by British Rulers. Current Jalgaon Panchayat Committee Head Office was that time Local Board President Office and was used for administrating entire District. Jalgaon District Council (ZP) came into existence on 01st May 1962 and all Local Board employees were absorbed in this Council.
ZP Elections: Last date of filling nominations
Jalgaon District Council and Village Panchayat Election nomination forms filling process is ending today. On fourth day (yesterday) in all Administration received 192 applications for ZP Blocks and 313 nominations for Village Panchayats. Tahsil offices in entire district witnessed huge rush following candidates and their supporters arriving for form filling.
HSC and SSC Exams 2 Papers
likely to reschedule following ZP Elections:
Mumbai High Court Aurangabad bench yesterday ordered no changes in ZP Elections scheduled and has asked concerned Authorities to meet and finalise likely changes in HSC and SSC Exam Papers to avoid any of such issues. The State Education Ministry is likely to announce changes to 10th March and 12th March papers following these days being crucial by ZP Elections aspect. ZP Election Polling is on 11th and counting is on 12th March.
and Marathwada regional Abacus competition in Jalgaon on Sunday:
SIP Academy Regional Centre is organizing a Khandesh and Marathwada regional Abacus Competition in Jalgaon on Sunday. This Competition would have participation of around 700 schoolchildren having undergone and learning Abacus Brain gym courses. Competition highlights solving 100 mathematical problems in just 5 minutes.
Transport Jalgaon Division Reports 13.86 Lakhs revenue deficit:
Jalgaon unit of Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (ST) has reported a net reduction of 13.86 Lakhs in its earnings as compared to last year. Jalgaon Division having earned First Rank in State in earnings 2005-06 year has now turned on rank#30 in 2006-07. Jalgaon Division's average occupancy factor has reduced by 54.07%.
Trophy Table Tennis Competition:
Jalgaon Taluka Table Tennis Association is organizing first Challenge Trophy Table Tennis Competition from today. In all 60 players are participating in this competition.
Rustomji and M. J.
teams win Eklavya Cricket Trophy:
Rustomji English Medium School has won under-16 and M. J. College team has won under-19 Eklavya Inter-School Cricket Champion Trophy Competition. Rustomji defeated Raisoni English Medium School while M. J. College defeated Shine College team.
Intense summer heat ahead: Bhusawal touches 36 degrees:
Bhusawal city yesterday touched new levels of 36 Degrees temperature giving a feel of intense summer heat. The morning time having air breezes turns heating after 11AM and keeps intensifying by afternoon. Bhusawal city recorded 36.5 Degrees temperature last year as well on 10th February.
Jamner to get Waghur
dam water with its 11 Crores Project:
Jamner Municipal Council and Maharashtra Jeevan Tribunal have prepared a Project Plan worth Rs. 11 Crores to avail Waghur dam water to Jamner city. This report has been sent to State Government for approval. Council also discussed various underground sewage lines development works worth Rs. 9 Crores UIDSSFT scheme of Central and State Government. The proposed water supply lines of Waghur dam would have Water tank, water purification machinery, new underground water supply lines, 140 HP Pump at dam location along with per person 70 liters water supply target.
works delays because of Cement shortage:
Tapi Irrigation Development Corporation having speeded up various pending Irrigation projects in Jalgaon, Dhule and Nandurbar Districts has slowed its works following stiffer shortage of cement supplies. This has led to woes amongst farming communities. The shortage as reported has been mainly due to non-payment of Company dues by supplying parties in between.
The State Government availed a Special Fund of Rs. 387 Crores in April 2006 under Khandesh Development Package to Tapi Irrigation Development Corporation to finish off all pending Irrigation works. Corporation initiated its works in full swing from October 2006 and is now in requirement of 22,000 tones of cement with balance funds of 200 Crores in hand. This delay could severely affect Jalgaon city much awaited and expedited Waghur dam project.
gets CDP Report:
Bangalore based company having taken preparation of City Development Plan has submitted its Report to Corporation. The CDP is a compulsory documentation required to get Central Government grants of 80%, State Government grants of 10% and rest 10% by Corporation under UIDSSMT Plan for Medium Urban Cities.
The Plan is in two parts covering background, Analysis of status of Jalgaon City and City Plan, Survey of financial status, land usage, urban environment, lower and slum areas in urban areas.
The second part suggests various plans and ideas to implement along with likely Corporation policies for land usage, taxes, education services, fire brigade services, basic infrastructural resources, parking, road lights, water supplies, waste management and various aspects.
Elections: 58 Nomination Applications:
District Council Nomination form-filling process has taken swing amidst fears of dropping/ rescheduling of elections by Court following PIL filed on basis of ongoing HSC and SSC Exams. Administration has received 20 applications for various blocks and 38 for Panchayats totaling to 58 applications yesterday. Saturday, 24th February is last date of filling nominations and therefore there would large number of applications today and tomorrow. This has totaled to 65 Applications as of now.
Every Nominating candidate has to file 4 Affidavits that include his/ her criminal background related information and Assets and earnings, not having more than 2 children, valid caste certificate.
Moot Court Competition at Maniyar Law College:
KCE Society's S. S. Maniyar Law College Jalgaon is conducting two-day National Level Moot Court Competition beginning Saturday, 24th February. The inaugural and Prize Distribution events would have presence of Aurangabad bench of Mumbai High Court Judges. The Competition has received 13 entries from various States as of now.
at KCE College of Engineering and Information Technology:
KCE COIET is organizing Technical Paper Presentation Contest Excellent-2007 in Jalgaon today. This Competition has received 25 entries from around State in IT, Computer Engineering, Electronics and Tele-communications engineering.
to begin Pay and Park scheme from Monday:
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation is implementing Pay and Park Scheme at 13 Locations in Jalgaon City from Monday, 26th February. The proposed Pay and Park Charges are Rs. 2.50 for Four-wheelers, Re. 1 for Two-Wheelers and free for bicycles for 8-hours parking. Locations planned for this scheme are Opposite Nehru Chowk, Near Padmalaya Rest House, Near Fire Brigade office, Athawade Bazaar to Mutton Market Road, Near Post Office, at vacant plot opposite Bhaskar Market. Other locations are Housing Society area, Near J. T. Chamber west to Civil Court, East to B. J. Market, East to Bal-Gandharva Open Theatre, West to S. T. Workshop and Opposite Central Fule Market. This scheme has received stronger protest from citizens following no-regulations implementation and pure taxes levy psychology of implementation by Corporation.
Ball-Badminton team announced:
District Ball Badminton Association has announced Jalgaon team for upcoming State level competition at Bhandara from 23rd February until 25th February. Manoj Patil would represent Boys team and Neelam Jadhav would lead girl's team.
District Body Building
team announced for State-level competition:
District Association has announced Jalgaon Body Building team for State Body Building competition at Sangamner from 24th February. Team includes Chandrakant Sapkale, Jitendra Wagh, Yogesh Javare, Sagar Sapkale, Bhagwan Sonawane, Ravi Johre, Dattatrya Thakare, Sandeep Sharma, Ajay Daliya, Amol Bhavsar, Firoj Shaikh and Abdul Quadir.
Corporation General Body Meeting review:
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation General Body met yesterday to discuss and approve various in run projects and planned ones. Amongst topmost decisions, include Rs. 5 Crores Loan funds on Interest from Industries in Jalgaon to develop Jalgaon Airport. The body had long discussion on Airport issue with Opposition showing stronger protest to this development as it is purely State responsibility not that of Corporation and demanded returning back of Airport development works to State, as Corporation is not in financial status to do so.
The Body also approved availing Corporation School# 3, School# 38 location to Jain Charities to start first to fourth English Medium School. It also approved Rs. 21 Lakhs grant to Gujarati Community Mandal for renovating Jalgaon city Crematorium in coming year. It also approved availing Corporation owned N. Agrawal Hospital location to Lions Club for jointly running Hospital.
General Body Corporators marked stronger protest against Administration on water supplies in city and this led to suspending City water supplies Engineer.
Hatnur dam records 12% more water storage
compared to last year:
Jalgaon region's second largest dam Hatnur dam has 12% more water storage compared to last year's storage. This dam now has 72% water storage as compared to last year's 60.78% water storage on 21st February 2006. Region's well also have considerable water levels following good monsoon raining.
MERI Nashik recently surveyed blocks in Hatnur dam. The Authorities are releasing daily 400 cusecs of water from this dam.
IT FESTA 2007
at IMR Jalgaon:
KCE Society run Institute of Management and Research Jalgaon is organizing two days National level seventh IT FESTA 2007 from 23rd February. The event would have lecture on Current Trends in Mobile Computing along with Software exhibition, IT Quiz and Paper Presentation.
Industries demand inclusion of Jalgaon in SEZ:
Maharashtra's over 75% area is under Special Economic Zone while Jalgaon and entire Khandesh has been dropped from this. Industries and local community organizations have now initiated their demands of including Jalgaon District in Special Economic Zones (SEZ) to boost overall growth of the region.
Jalgaon region's industry is ailing amidst lower local administration resources, heavy work force cost, lower availability of electricity resources and above all heavy Government taxation to pin production cost.
Corporation standing committee
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation standing committee is meeting today to finalise various projects in run. It includes Rs. 2 Crores 4 Lakhs 14,198 Rupees High Tension Electricity Supply lines to Waghur dam from MIDC Sub-Station. Amongst other discussions, include awarding AMC for 25 Chowk Traffic Signals, repairing of Agrawal Hospital, Bore well at various locations in City etc.
under-17 Cricket Competition: Jalgaon continues its winning race:
Jalgaon team continued its winning performance in ongoing MCA conducted under-17 State level Cricket competition at Jalgaon. The team scored victory over Deccan Gymkhana Pune team on basis of its first inning lead. Jalgaon team captain Shashank Attarde bowled out half of Deccan team players and shared major pie of victory. Deccan team had target of 171 runs in 20 over which it could not complete.
Jalgaon's 47 Corporators do not own property in Corporation limits:
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation having 69 elected and five accepted Corporators has 47 Corporators not having any property on their own names. Corporation records have availed that only 27 out of total 74 own houses and other properties on their own names. This no-ownership also includes city's current Mayor and Deputy Mayor along with Opposition head and others. As these Corporators do not have any property in Corporation limits, they do not owe any of Corporation Taxes, quoted Corporation documents.
Tapi Irrigation Confederation orders immediate demolition
of "Black dam" at Erandol:
Tapi Irrigation Confederation has ordered immediate demolition of black dam at Erandol in order to finish of Anjani dam works. The Authorities ordering immediate demolition work beginning 21st February has resulted in severe panic amongst community in the nearby region.
Anjani dam's one section work is pending and this temporary black dam is causing disturbances in finishing of this section work. Authorities Order further quotes piping this dam water back in river by canalizing. The Erandol Municipal Council is very dependent on this water for city's water supply and summer ahead remains another point of panic.
MCA under-17 Cricket Competition:
MCA organized under-17 State level Cricket Competition continues in Jalgaon with Jalgaon team playing versus Deccan Gymkhana team Pune. Jalgaon team scored 204 runs in its first inning with Deccan Gym scoring 32/1 at the end of day's play. Deccan team won toss and elected to field first. Jalgaon score include significant contribution from Chandan Wani with 46 runs, Devvrata Raval with 25 runs, Chetan Wagh with 21 runs and Shashank Attarde scoring 17 runs.
Ashwini Patil wins Khandesh Junior Chess competition:
Navapur's Ashwini Anil Patil has won under-15 Khandesh Junior Open chess Competition organized by Mahavir Classes in Jalgaon. She scored 8 out of 9 points. Tejas Kulkarni won second rank followed by Dhruv Shah and Pratik Patil winning third rank. The event had participation of 180 junior players.
MCA under-17 Cricket Competition:
Jalgaon team would play versus Deccan Gymkhana Pune team in under-17 State level Cricket Competition at Jalgaon. Jalgaon team won its earlier two matches against Satara and Beed teams on basis of its first inning lead.
Badminton Selection test today:
The Maharashtra Ball Badminton Association is conducting its selection test today in Jalgaon for upcoming 52nd Senior State Ball Badminton competition at Bhandara from 23rd until 25th February. The test is on 3PM at L. N. Public School Ground and organisers have urged players to participate in larger number.
and HSC Exams 2007:
The State Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board SSC and HSC Exam are beginning from 21st February. There are in all 98,477 students appearing for both exams. HSC exam begins from 21st February while SSC exam begins from 08th March. There are in all 60,585 students in SSC and 37,892 students in HSC exams. Board has setup 107 Centres for SSC and 48 Centres for HSC Exam along with 5 flying squads to monitor and 22 custodians for both exams.
House from NMU UDCT:
North Maharashtra University Department of Chemical technology is organising 12th Open House from 24th until 28th February. The event would have Science Quiz, GK Quiz, Chess, Science Exhibition, Carom Competition, Rangoli, Literary Conference, Posters Competition along with various cultural programmes.
The Pre-Secondary (Class IV) and Secondary (Class VII) Scholarship examination is on 18th February. There are around 65,000 students combined in both categories that would appear for 3 Papers each of 100 marks on 194 Exam centres. This includes 38,369 students in Class IV and 26,929 in VII. Exam is from 11AM to 12PM for Language, 1PM to 2PM for Mathematics and 3PM to 4PM for third Paper.
Maha-Shivratri festivity today:
Entire region is celebrating Maha Shivratri festivity today with special enchanting programmes organised at many temples throughout region. Omkareshwar Temple in Jalgaon City, Shivdham at Nimkhedi, Gauri Shankar temple in Sindhi Colony, Rameshwaram, Hrishipantha Bahal on Girana River banks, Ladkeshwar Mahadev Temple, Siddheshwar Temple in Bodwad, Ancient Mahadev Temple at Shelwad (Bodwad), Dhupeshwar at Kurha-kakoda (MuktaiNagar), Pareshwar at Pimparkhed (Bhadgaon) have organised various pious events and activities today with lighting decorations.
Sugar Factory boiler function on 19th February:
The Saint Muktabai Co-operative Sugar factory is inaugurating its boiler on 19th February for this season. The factory caters to MuktaiNagar Taluka, Varangaon region and Malkapur region's 20 villages along with Bodwad Taluka farmers. It has announced Rs. 850 per quintal rate to this season's sugarcane crop and Rs. 1100 per quintal for farmers availing their crop directly to factory. It has set a target of 250,000 tonnes sugarcanes processing.
and Opposition Corporators file writ petition in Aurangabad bench:
A group of 3 Independent and Opposition Corporators in Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation have filed writ petition with Mumbai High Court Aurangabad bench to cancel Corporation Commissioner hearing clearing all 41 Corporators on 23rd November 2006. The Court has issued notices to Corporation Commission, State Urban Development Ministry.
College wins Kabra Trophy Competition:
Government Engineering College Electronics and Tele-communications Engineering Students Association organised Kabra Trophy Competition ended yesterday. Bambhori Engineering College students won first prize comprising of Rs. 2,000 Cash Prize along with Trophy and certificates. R. C. Patel College Shirpur team won Second Prize followed by P. O. Nahata College students winning Third Prize and Government Engineering College and Godavari Engineering Colleges won Consolation prizes. Competition had participation of around 250 students from various Colleges.
Vigilance committee meeting tomorrow:
The District Vigilance committee is meeting on Saturday to discuss SSC and HSC Exams preparations. The committee comprises of District Collectorate, ZP CEO, District Police DSP, Primary and Secondary Education Officers, Continued Education Officers.
Parasailing Training camp in Jalgaon:
An Ex-Air Force Captain has started Parasailing training courses in Jalgaon at Jalgaon Airport. The Training includes Powered Hang-glider and Parasailing to individuals and encourages bravery and confidence. The camp is from 08AM until 12PM and 4PM to 6.30PM and is open for all from 4 years to 72 years age group. Please contact 9850208502 for more details and participating in this training camp.
Latur team and Stadium Club Pune are in confident leads in ongoing MCA under-17 State level Cricket Competition at Jalgaon. The Latur team scored 342 runs in its first inning while Aurangabad team scored 88/3 in reply. Stadium Club Pune scored 194/8 wherein Vijay Club had 44/5 in reply. Both matches would end today.
New Reservations announced - 90% change in existing reservation:
The District Council (ZP) yesterday finalised its 68 blocks and 15 village Panchayat Committee's 136 seats rotation based new reservation using draw system. The newly arrived reservation has changed entire political equation by changing reservation status of existing blocks. This has led to finding new areas for many of existing members including ZP President. The Administration called Special Meeting yesterday finished off in just 2.30 hours and has changed entire political equation to that of year 2002 reservation.
The new Reservation has availed 21 out of 68 seats to Ladies wherein 77 out of 136 Village Panchayat blocks have been reserved. This includes 13 for Scheduled castes, 21 for Scheduled Tribes, 43 for OBC and 47 seats for Ladies in Open Category blocks and backward areas blocks.
This rotation based new reservation announcement has changed every Taluka ZP Political equation and the election ahead that too with short time span would prove a big exercise to all parties.
Corporation General Body
meeting on 21st February:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation General Body is meeting on Wednesday, 21st February to discuss various topics on its agenda. Amongst major topics, include Development of Parks (Garden), Open Corporation Lands, Rehabilitation schemes for slum areas, T. D. R. etc. The Meet would also discuss policy making on developing Jalgaon Airport, observing Citizen's day etc.
State Chess competition: Pratik Patil wins:
Jalgaon's Chess Hero Pratik Patil has won Shirpur Open Chess competition by scoring 5.5 points in six rounds. He won over Jalgaon's another player Hardik Mehta in 6th round.
under-17 Cricket competition: Sangli wins over Nandurbar:
The Sangli under-17 team has defeated Nandurbar team by an inning and 100 runs in ongoing under-17 MCA Cricket competition at Jalgaon. Sangli scored 281 runs in its first inning while Nandurbar scored just 46/6 on first day. Continuing its play on next day, Nandurbar team bowled out on 54 runs in 21.3 over. Sangli invited Nandurbar with follow on and bowled out Nandurbar on 127 runs in 28 over. Today Aurangabad would play versus Latur at Police Parade Ground while Stadium Club Pune would play versus Vijay Club Pune at Railway Ground Bhusawal.
Indrajeet Patil wins Gold
Medal in State competition:
Bhusawal based Athlete Indrajeet Singh Gulabsingh Patil has won one Gold and two Silver medals in recently conducted State Master's Athletics Competition at Bhandara. He won Gold in 100 meters racing while Silver in 200 meters and 100 meters hurdle race. He is a retired Railway Protection Force Employee and a native of Bodwad Taluka's Nandgaon.
|No||Department/Branch||College Name, address||Project Name||Students|
|1||Automobiles Engineering||G. H. Raisoni Engineering College, Nagpur||Car for Handicapped persons||First - Amar Kathvate, Chetan Thakare, Kalpak Onkar and Ganesh Palatkar|
|2||Production Engineering||S.E.S. Polytechnic, Solapur||Automated Weighing scale||First - Mohnish Chandele, Nitin Motagi, Girish Padshetty, Tushar Shingade, Yunus Shaikh, Niranjan Kulkarni|
|3||Thermal Engineering||T.B.G. Polytechnic, Ambejogai|
|First - Prasad Vatani, Shahnavaj Kazi, Pradeep Kamble, Mohammed Ansari|
|4||Electrical Engineering||ISTE, Pune||Digital Processor||First - Rohit Puranik, Advet Moghe, Kedar Vaidya, Saurabh Kher, Yogesh Dixit, Jhanvi Pise|
|5||Electronics Engineering||Government Polytechnic, Aurangabad||Weather Reporting Mobile||First - Umesh Ghoyal, Amol Munde, Purushottam Pachpande, Amit Mamidvar, Vinod Lahiri|
|6||Tele-communications Engineering||Amrutvahini Polytechnic, Solapur||Transformation Tool for Blinds||First - Sachin Aher, Urmit Joshi, Ajit Wale|
|7||Computer Engineering||Pimpri Chinchwad Polytechnic, Pune||Font Processor||First - Swapnil Farande, Bharat Patil, Chetan Pise, Ajaykumar Garg|
|8||Civil Engineering||Government Polytechnic Khamgaon||FAP Project||First - Chetan Pande, Shivanand Jadhav, Pavan Vyas, Nilesh Masane, Vilas Chavan, Nilesh Sakore|
|9||Chemical Engineering||K. K. Wagh Polytechnic, Nashik||Waste Recycling||First - Dipti Agrawal, Sachin Patel, Mital Patel|
|10||Non-Conventional Energy Sources||Shree Mahavir Polytechnic, Nashik||Flour Mill||First - Sunil Shinde, Amol Dhakane, Yogesh Patil, Sandeep Godse, Tausif Mirza, Sachin Jadhav|
|11||Agriculture||Y. B. Patil Polytechnic, Pune||Fertilisers and Plantation tool||First - Rohit KAdam, Anup Nayar, Jameer Pathan, Chetan Borse|
|12||Electronics Engineering||Z.G.I.E.T., Yavatmal||Grey Level Grouping Technique||First - Pradeep Chavan, Yogesh Keshovar|
|13||Mechanical Engineering||R.M.C.E.T. ,Ratnagiri||Weighing Machine||First - Neerav Joshi, Siddarth Joshi, Amit Shetye, Sameet Raut, Utkarsha Ankalkhope|
|14||Research work||M. J. College, Jalgaon||Banana Plant by Hydrogen and Mechanical Pressure||First: Hemant Bhandarkar, Deepak Tonge, Umesh Patil, Sagar Mahajan, Mandar Deshpande, Chandrashekhar Patil|
|15||Girl Researcher Award||G.R.W. Polytechni,c Latur||Ozone Generator||First - Darshani Kumbhkarna, Sneha Dharmadhikari, Sangeeta Muske|
|16||MSBTE Award||Pimpri Chinchwad Polytechnic, Pune||Font Processor||First - Swapnil Farande, Bharat Patil, Chetan Pise, Ajaykumar Garg|
Conference on Load Shedding
by Rotary Club West:
The Rotary Club Jalgaon West has organized a Workshop on hottest of all topics Load shedding on 15th February, 6pm at Rotary Hall in Mayadevi Nagar. The event would also have participation of State Electricity Distribution Company office bearers to clear the situation and reasons behind load shedding.
Academy wins Council-President Trophy at Amalner:
The Nashik Cricket Academy has won ongoing Amalner Municipal Council-President Trophy Cricket competition by defeating Citra Club Malegaon in final match. Citra Club won the toss, elected to bat first and scored just 94 runs for all out in 16 over. In reply, the Nashik Academy scored this target in just 17th over with two wickets left.
The winning Nashik Academy team has won Rs. 21,000 along with Trophy first prize while the runner up Citra Club has won Rs. 11,000 along with Trophy second prize. Citra Club player Irfan Ansari won Best Batsman of the Series Award while Nashik Academy players Ashish Tipriwala won Best Bowler, Amit Patil won Best Fielder, Suresh Borkul won Man of the Match and Nitin Dhatraka won Man of the Series Award.
for District and Session Court establishment at Bhusawal:
The Bhusawal Taluka Bar council conducted a special meeting yesterday to discuss setting up of Additional District and Session Court at Bhusawal/ Yaval/ Raver/ MuktaiNagar. The Advocates in this region are demanding for this establishment since last 20 years but could not get success at State Government levels. The Bhusawal Taluka Council has submitted its written request again to State Government for the same.
DIPEX 2007 ends today
The ABCP organized mega Technical Exhibition cum competition is ending today in Jalgaon. The Prize distribution ceremony would have various dignitaries. The event turned mega success to ABVP with wonderful student participation both in terms of projects and in terms of viewing those projects.
2006/7: Government buying of 1.75 Lakh quintals in division:
The CCI has procured 1.75 Lakh quintals of cotton crop this year at its 32 Centres in Jalgaon division. The private buying dropped low following no announcement to hike up cotton buying prices by State. The Agricultural Department has estimated a whopping 35 Lakh quintal cotton production this year in Jalgaon Division comprising of Jalgaon, Dhule, Nandurbar and Nashik Districts. The Jalgaon District had 4 Lakh hectares BT Cotton plantation, Dhule and Nandurbar Districts with 34,527 hectares of cotton plantation and Nashik having 52,488 hectares of plantation.
The State Government availed Rs. 1,990 price per quintal for cotton while private buyers offered pricing between 2200 to 2300 during start-ups and middle stages of buying.
Ginning Factory catches fire in Varad (Dharangaon):
A Private Ginning factory in Varad (Dharangaon) caught fire yesterday afternoon that led to damages worth 60-70 Lakhs in around 3,000 quintal cotton stored. The Authorities are yet to determine final valuation of losses due to this fire caused by unidentified reasons.
"Dhumas" wins One-play Competition:
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar University Aurangabad team play "Dhumas" has won M. J. College Jalgaon organized and Jain Charities sponsored One-Play competition. Ganpatrao College Pusad Play "Ganpatrao Jhapadvadikar" has won second prize while Jamner College Play "Ghadlay Bighadlaya" has won third price along with P. O. Nahata College Play "Rudhir-bindu" winning consolation prize. In all 17 teams participated in this event and 216 students demonstrated their plays.
Chandorkar Trust organized State-level Singing Competition:
Late Chandorkar Memorial Trust organized State-level Classical and Drama-singing ended yesterday. Kalyani Pullivar won first Prize in Classical Signing followed by Asawari Degulkar and Mrunmayi Siknis along with Krishna Bongane winning second and third prizes. In Drama-signing Asavari won first prize while Kalyani won second prize and Dhananjay Mhaskar and Krishna winning consolation prizes. Competition had 35 participants.
all roads moves to DIPEX exhibition: Exhibition records highest visits:
The ABVP organized DIPEX 2007 Technical Exhibition yesterday evoked huge gathering following Sunday. The event organizers witnessed highest of all hits and visits yesterday evening and young enthusiast scholars having demonstrated their projects were on high.
Amongst many unique projects demonstrated here includes Signature Analysis, Digital Receptionist, Path Finder for blinds, Oil Charcoal Silencer, Automatic Car Lifter, Auto Rickshaw turned Car, Car on Air, Mobile Controller, cutter for odd shapes etc. Farmers had a special reason to visit here with numerous farm related projects available to study. It included Cultivation Machine, Power Sprayer, Irrigation Project, Seed Controller, spare grass cutter, seeds dryer, sowing machine, mushroom parameter, sugarcane planter and weighing machine.
Programming Contest at Chalisgaon:
The Agrawal Institute of Management Chalisgaon conducted National Conference and State-level AIMS Programming competition had Deogiri College Aurangabad winning in UG category and NMU Department of Computer Science winning PG Award. The competition had 2000 students appearing for selection followed by 130 appearing for actual Practical Exam. Competition had Colleges from all across State.
Polio Vaccination today in District:
The District Health Authorities have organized Pulse Polio Vaccination Special Drive today in entire District with target of 459,338 children for Polio Vaccination. This target includes 0-5 year's age group with 314,000 children in rural areas and 93,107 children in Jalgaon city area. The mega vaccination drive has 1,910 vaccination booths in rural areas, 288 booths in urban areas and162 in Corporation area totaling to 2,360 booths having 6,510 people's staff to handle. The large scale and commuting places like Railway Station, Bus Stands, Vegetable markets, civil Hospital have special arrangements for vaccination booths.
Cloudy Weather and showery raining changes climate:
The entire Jalgaon District is witnessing sudden change of climate with showery to medium raining reported at many places in Bhusawal, Jalgaon, Erandol and Dharangaon Taluka. The climate is turning cloudy during many times in a day. The sudden raining is February could damage standing Rubby crop.
Jalgaon's Vivek Alvani
wins two Silver medals in Table Tennis:
Jalgaon Table Tennis trainer and senior player Vivek Alvani has won a Silver Medal in Group and another in Individual Category in recently conducted 14th O.S.E.L. National Senior's Table Tennis Competition at Bangalore.
In Group play his represented Maharashtra team won over Chattishgarh, Karanataka C, West Bengal and reached finals of the competition. Karnataka team defeated Maharashtra by 3-1 in final thereby winning Silver Medal. In Individual category above 39 years matches, he defeated West Bengal Player by 12-10, 9-11, 11-2, 10-12 and 12-10.
M. J. College organized State-level one-Play competition begins today:
The M. J. College Drama Department organized Jain Chairities sponsored Jain Trophy State-level one-play (Ekankika) competition is beginning today in Jalgaon. In all 13 Colleges from entire state are participating in this competition with 17 college teams and 216 individual performances.
three books publishing on Sunday:
Leva Education Union Director and Senior writer Arun Shripat Narkhede is publishing three books on Sunday, 11th February. These Marathi books are "Char Fule" Poem's Collection, "Vakilachi Tapasani" and "Nyaymurti Ramanand" published by Anagha Publications Pune.
Council-President Trophy Match: Nashik Academy,
The ongoing Council-President Trophy Cricket Competition at Pratap College Amalner Ground had Nashik Academy and Baroda teams winning their respective group matches. The Nashik Academy defeated Amalner KB Club while Baroda team won over Mumbai team. Today Nashik Academy would play against Eagle Malegaon and Baroda versus L. S. Club Malegaon.
MCA organized under-17 Cricket competition would have Jalgaon veruss Beed on Jalgaon Police Parade Ground while Dhule would play against Hingoli at Railways Cricket Ground in Bhusawal. Both matches are two days matches and Jalgaon Cricket Association has urged Cricket-lovers to view and encourage Jalgaon's upcoming Cricketers.
DIPEX 2007 mega
inauguration evokes huge student community response:
The 22nd mega DIPEX Technical Projects exhibition was inaugurated yesterday amidst huge student community response. The inaugural ceremony had various dignitaries focusing and stressing need on balanced researches and spiritual combination to achieve best out of life. The exhibition has 268 student projects live and is open to all.
accepted member election General Meeting on Monday:
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation General Body is meeting on Monday to elect its recently vacated accepted member seat. The Administration has availed blank forms for nomination on or before 12th February, 11:30AM.
R. B. Bhavar wins three
Gold Medals in State Competition:
Bhusawal's senior Athlete has qualified for 27th National Competition by winning three gold medals in State competition played at Bhandara in Senior's racing competition. He won 1500 meters, 5kms and 10kms running competitions. At 74, he continues to achieve wonderful success and Team Ejalgaon.com congratulates such bravo.
Senior Secondary School conducted Inter-School Roller Skating competition:
The Central Railways Senior Secondary School Bhusawal is conducting an Inter-school Roller Skating competition on 18th February. The competition attracts top three prizes. Please contact School Authorities on 9423935737 for more details and participation thereof.
Khadse selected as BJP Group leader in Assembly:
BJP Senior Leader from MuktaiNagar in Jalgaon Eknathrao Khadse (Nathabhau) has been selected as Group leader in State Assembly. The post was vacated with earlier leader promoted to National Secretary Role. The selection has come up as a positive beat for Jalgaon region to represent its issues in the Assembly.
Council President Selection issue:
The Mumbai High Court has ordered petitioners to file a writ petition in Aurangabad bench of Mumbai High Court by 13th February. This is for third time that President and Court has extended Vice-President Selection announcement. The petition has urged to disqualify 29 Independent Candidates winning by forming Shahar Bachao Aghadi in Council elections.
skating competition: Jalgaon players get 20 medals:
Jalgaon Sports Academy has won 8 Gold, 8 Silver and 4 Bronze medals in recently conducted State-level skating competition at Aurangabad. The competition had 210 players participation from all districts in Skating Road-2 type gaming.
to update: Income Tax sleuths rings in:
The Financial year-end comes up with a bang of Income tax officials raiding and surveying various businesses, industries. Yesterday a team of Income Tax officers and staff of 150 persons raided a Hotel group in Jalgaon and marked their strong planning to continue such actions in future.
Bank announces Crop Loan Policy for 2007-08:
The Jalgaon District's Apex bank JDCC Bank has announced its year 2007-08 Crop Loan policy with targeted farm loans distribution worth Rs. 360 Crores, around 40 Crores more than last year. The self-empowered 360 Crores loans would be availed to farmers in Jalgaon District in both Kharip and Rubby crops and have been prepared following guidelines from RBI and NABARD. The new policy loans would be distributed from 01st April onwards.
The loan would have first installment of Rs. 7000 per hectare and second installment of Rs. 4000 per hectare after Bank Officers inspection. The bank aimed Rs. 260 Crores crop loan in 2005-06 and distributed Rs. 276 Crores loans and has distributed 312 Crores loan in 2006-07.
State Electricity Distribution
Company starts Distressed Load Shedding in region:
The State Electricity Distribution Company following statewide shortage of supply of electricity has introduced additional (distressed) load shedding in the region. This means that urban areas would not have at least 8 hours of load shedding wherein rural areas would have 16 hours of daily load shedding in all.
This new hectic load shedding has spread rage amongst common person on non-efficient management of electricity resources and urgent need of privatizing and opening up the sector for customer-services oriented quality competition.
Banana Exports facilitation
Centre at Savda:
The State Government has approved Banana Exports facilitation Centre at Savda in Raver Taluka with Rs. 4 Crores special funds allocated. The facilitation centre announcement has came in considering non-availability of management, sales and exports marketing resources for major banana producing district. The actual construction work would begin early next week.
planning: Administration estimates 66 villages likely to face water shortage:
The Jalgaon District Administration has estimated 66 villages likely to face water shortage during upcoming summer. It has availed a fund of Rs. 14 Lakhs for 81 different projects to relieve this problem. The second phase of shortage from January until March would have 12 out of 15 Taluka's these 66 villages likely to face problems.
roll Identity Card process from 12th:
The District Administration is beginning drive to avail Photo Identity card to all pending voters in district. The drive begins from 12th February and would continue for a month in Erandol legislative council area having Erandol and Dharangaon Taluka. Authorities have appointed 600 staff to ease this entire process.
enter final stages:
The ABVP conducted mega DIPEX-2007 State-level event is beginning in Jalgaon from 09th February until 13th February. The event inaugural ceremony would have various key persons arriving. This is 9th DIPEX being held and has 57 various committees controlling the event management.
Budget 2007-08: standing committee rejects taxes hike:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation standing committee in its proposed Budget review meeting yesterday rejected proposed taxes hike. The Administration earlier proposed hike in Property Tax, Water tax and Development Charges levied on new Constructions and suggested availing Rs. 25 Lakhs for Diksha Bhumi, Rs. 1 Crore for Covering up Bal-Gandharva Open Theatre, Rs. 7.75 Crores Special funds for Housing Development, Rs. 5 Crores for Airport Development. The new suggestions have taken up total Budget estimate to 200.95 Crores to that of earlier proposed 180 Crores.
The opposition party members voted against provisions of funds for Airport and Housing as both projects are under Court scanner. The newly suggested version would now go to Corporation General Body for final approval.
Bye-elections in Jalgaon, Erandol Constituencies:
The Election Commission of India has announced schedule for bye-elections for 10 seats vacated due to expelling of MPs. This includes Jalgaon and Erandol seats also. This election is likely to be in March month with exact date and schedule yet to be announced.
Memorial Trust organised Open Classical Singing competition:
The late Vasantrao Chandorkar Memorial Trust is organising is a two-days State-level Open Classical Singing and drama-singing competition in Jalgaon from 10th February. The competition is open for 18 to 40 years age group and has entered 04th year. The competition is at Jain Mahila Mandal Hall and attracts first Prize of Rs. 5,000, Second of Rs. 3,000 and third of Rs. 2,000/-. Please contact 0257-2227722 for more details thereof.
Trophy Competition: KB Club, Ajay Sports wins:
The ongoing Council-President Trophy Cricket competition at Amalner had K. B. Club and Ajay Sports winning their respective group matches. The K. B. Club team was announced winner following non-arrival of Panchasheel Club Dhule while Ajay Sports defeated Brahmingaon (Baglan) team. Today Eagle Malegaon would play versus Pachora Gymkhana team.
Chavan announced as State Body Building team Manager:
Jalgaon District Body Builder Association founder president Mohan Chavan has been announced as Manager for Maharashtra Body Building team for upcoming National Junior Body Building competition at Hyderabad from 10th February.
Cotton buying to end shortly:
The State Cotton buying has reached last stages of buying with State buying centres turning vacant. The CCI begun its State-wide cotton buying on 03rd November and did received lower responses to that of private buyers in this season.
on Corporation budget today:
The Corporation standing committee is meeting today afternoon 4pm to discuss and finalise Administration proposed Budget 2007-08. The Administration has proposed 180 Crores Budget for the upcoming year with hikes in various tax rates. Jalgaonities have shown stronger protest to hike of tax rates with clear fact of no services from Corporation on ground levels. The ruling and Oppositions also have marked stronger protest to various key taxes like water tax and house tax.
Meanwhile Jalgaon Corporation has announced availability of proposed Development Control Regulations for Jalgaon Corporation limits for public view. Those having any suggestion or object in respect of the above proposed modification should intimate in writing to the Commissioner, JCMC within 30 days of publication of this notice in Maharashtra Government Gazette.
hears 70 complaints on Democracy Day:
The Jalgaon District Collectorate yesterday heard 70 complaints on eve of Monthly Democracy day conducted every first Monday. The complaints included 15 from revenue department, 7 from ZP, 6 from Police Department, 6 from Electricity Department, 10 from Jalgaon Corporation, 3 from Land Records Department and 8 from other departments.
Buses for Changdev-Muktai Festivity:
The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation has announced special buses for upcoming Changdev-Muktai festivity from 11th until 18th February. The duration also has Vijayadashmi on 13th, Bhagwat Ekadashi on 14th and Maha-Shivaratri on 16th February. ST has announced 49 additional buses from Bhusawal, Varangaon, Bodwad, Vadoda, Faizpur, Savda, Raver, Malkapur and Bodwad crossing in all.
Trophy: L. N. Gymkhana and Citra Malegaon enter Semis:
The Council-President Trophy State level cricket competition at Amalner had L. N. Gymkhana and Citra Malegaon Clubs winning in their respective group matches and entering finals. Citra Club defeated Lathi Club Jalgaon while L. N. Gymkhana team defeated Amalner-11 team.
State level Cricket Competition:
MCA Conducted State-level under-17 Cricket competition yesterday had Jalgaon winning over Satara team with first round's lead. Jalgaon's Rohit Borse showed phenomenal performance taking 7 wickets in both innings that helped team in gaining this success. Jalgaon team took lead of 72 runs in first inning and declared its second inning to 129/5. In reply, Satara scored 117 runs in its 32 over.
HSC March-2007 Time table announced:
The State Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board have announced Time Table for HSC February/ March 2007 Theory and Practical Examination. The Practical exam is from 06th February until 17th February while Theory Papers are from 21st February until 16th March. Please refer your respective College for detailed information and Time Table thereof.
Khandesh Package funds: Tapi Irrigation Department spares 183.60 Crores:
The Tapi Irrigation Development Authority is in full swing completing Khandesh region pending Irrigation projects and has expedited 183.60 Crores as on January 2007 end in 24 projects in Jalgaon, Dhule and Nandurbar districts. The Authority plans to complete works worth Rs. 202 Crores by March 2007 end. The State Government availed hefty funds of Rs. 385 Crores to Authority wide its Order dated 10th April 2006.
The projects in full swing include Jalgaon District's six medium sized projects and five mini projects totalling to 28.41 Crores out of total funds. The Authority has plans to avail Irrigation projects having capacity to irrigate around 18,600 hectares area.
Pratap College wins State level Dr. Karmaveer
Pratap College Amalner students Jagdish Pitambar Kunvar and Pallavi Pramod Gandhlikar have won Dr. Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil State level Debating Competition first Prize. The competition had 134 participants from 24 Districts throughout State. Both Jagdish and Pallavi also won Individual category fourth prizes. This is for the first time that Khandesh College has won this Award.
level Cricket Competition at Amalner:
The Council-President Trophy State level competition at Amalner yesterday had Amalner-11 and Lathi Club Jalgaon winning their group matches. The Amalner-11 team defeated Amalner Taluka while Lathi Club defeated Khetia Club. Today Lathi Club would play against Citra Club Malegaon and Amalner-11 would play against L. N. Gymkhana team.
MCA Cricket Competition:
The Maharashtra Cricket Association conducted under-17 State-level Cricket competition began yesterday at Jalgaon. The competition had Jalgaon versus Satara match in inaugural. Jalgaon team scored 206 runs in first inning while Satara scored 77/4 at day-1 end. Jalgaon's Chandan Wani scored 49 runs while Devvrata Raval and Irfan Pathan scored 29 each and Chandan Ranave and Rohit Borse scored 28 each.
State-level Cricket competition: Amalner-11 and Lathi Club Jalgaon wins:
The Amalner-11 and Lathi Club Jalgaon have won their respective group matches in ongoing Council-President Trophy State level cricket competition at Pratap College ground in Amalner. The Amalner-11 team defeated Kasoda while Lathi Club won over Burhanpur team. Today Amalner-11 would play against Amalner Taluka and Lathi Club would play against Khetia Club.
Surbhi Literary Academy
announces Awards to Jalgaon's 4:
Khandwa (MP) based Surbhi Literary Academy has announced its Annual "Akansha Awards" to Jalgaon four for their outstanding services to literary world. It includes Nutan Maratha College Principal Dr. Ajit Wagh, Prof. Narayan Shirsale, Jalgaon's Pinch Bottling Company owner Jafar R. Shaikh and Seed Copco Company's Dr. Suresh Patil. The Award Distribution Ceremony is on 25th February at Bangalore and comprises of Memento.
|Taxes - 128.60||Administration - 94.48|
|Capital Earnings - 4.91||Capital Investments - 38.48|
|Receipts - Payments - 15.14||Receipts - Payments - 15.14|
|All Grants/ aids - 26.40||All Grants/ aids - 26.40|
|Opening Balance - 5.25||Balance Carried Forward - 5.82|
|Total: 180.30Crores||Total - 180.30 Crores|
Deteriorating state of Electricity and basic resources:
The entire region is witnessing one of worst states of electricity and basic resources thereby severely hampering overall business activities and routine life. The State Electricity Distribution Company introducing Zero Load, hectic load shedding of 7/12/16 hours a day has raised painful experience amongst entire region. The Power Generators, Invertors and UPS have become necessities of life here. What panic more to people are irregular power cuts and peak hour's cuttings.
The Political vindicate seems snoozing on this issue with no stronger action and response seen amongst parties. Days are not far away when we would daily media reports of beating, attacking on Electricity Distribution Company's office bearers. Governments spending Crores of funds in less-priority requirements needs to pay urgent intervention to such a high priority necessity hampering overall life.
MBA/MMS CET 2007 process:
The Maharashtra State Directorate of Technical Education has announced schedule for Maharashtra MBA/MMS/PGDBA/PGDBM CET 2007 exam. The process begins will availing of information booklets from 29th January until 10th February at all major Post offices in State. Online Application filling process on its Website and/ or Authorised Application Form Receipt Centres (ARC) begins from 01st February and continues until 10th February from 11AM until 5PM. The CET exam is on 25th February at 2PM at its centres.
The DTE has hiked up its Information Booklet charges to Rs. 1150/- each for Open Category candidates and Rs. 950/- each for Reserved Category Candidates. This cost is almost double to that of last years in spite of the fact that the process involves more of Online part than manual ones and students have to ferry at least two/ three locations and stand in alone ARC in a district to finalise the form receipt. Please refer DTE website for more details thereof.
State Level Cricket competition at Amalner:
The ongoing Council-President Trophy State level competition yesterday had L. N. High School, Citra Club Malegaon winning their respective group matches. L. N. High School team defeated Chalisgaon while Citra won over Amalner Club. Today Ajay Sports Amalner would play versus Kasoda and MP Team would play against Lathi Club Jalgaon.
Technical Paper-Presentation Contest by Government Engineering College:
The Government Engineering College Mechanical Engineering Students Association is conducting its 07th State level Technical Paper Presentation competition "Techno-Arena 2007" on 25th February. The Contest has Instrumentation, Electronics and Tele-Communications and Non-Conventional Energy Resources as groups for Paper Presentation. Last date of sending entries to contest is 07th February. Please contact College for detailed information thereof.
State Level Sports
competition of Ashram Schools in Nandurbar:
The Backward Development Department is conducting Governmental and granted Ashram Schools State level 3-days sporting competition at District Sports Complex in Nandurbar beginning 06th February. In all over 1200 players are expected to participate in this competition. Nandurbar has received this opportunity for first time to host such State level competition having participation of Nashik, Thane, Nagpur and Amravati divisions. The competition has under-15 and under-19 groups and has group and individual ground competitions.
2006/07: 200,000 tones sugarcane awaiting buyers:
Jalgaon District farmers having record sugarcane produces this year are waiting for buyers to avail best rates for this ready sugarcane crop of over 200,000 tones. Both Belganga Chalisgaon and Vasant Kasoda sugar factories being closed remains major reason of non-buying of this huge produce.
Meanwhile the nearby District sugar factories have stopped taking in crop and as a result, farmers in the region have turned anxious to sell this ready crop. Jalgaon District has wonderful sugarcane crop this year in Chalisgaon, Bhadgaon, Parola, Amalner, Dharangaon, Erandol and Pachora Taluka. Nearby district Co-operative Sugar factories and private buyers have taken around 250,000 tones of sugarcane and have now stopped taking further crop since last 8 days.
President Post Election case hearing in Aurangabad bench today:
The Mumbai High Court Aurangabad bench would hear Bhusawal Municipal Council President and Vice-President Election case today. Court earlier stayed announcement decision for both posts until 02nd February. Entire political circles are awaiting this case result.
water supplies work gets Rs. 1.62 Crores fund:
The MuktaiNagar Council and ZP would shortly receive Rs. 1.62 Crores fund under "India Development Scheme" for setting up small water purification centre, repairing old purification centre and replacing entire water supply lines. The MuktaiNagar city currently gets water supply from Hatnur dam and this dam water moves to purification centre having outdated machinery and broken supply lines. The funds include Rs. 39 Lakhs for Kothali to MuktaiNagar water supply lines and Rs. 80 Lakhs for gutters work to smoothen outlet system.
District Science Exhibition: Arjun Barela from Karjane (Chopda) wins first Prize:
Karjane (Chopda) Ashram School student Arjun Barela has won first prize in backward communities in Secondary and Higher Secondary School Chahrdi (Chopda) conducted District-level science exhibition for his inventive work "Smokeless Chimney".
State-level cricket competition
at Amalner: Jain Academy, Khetia club wins:
The Council-president Trophy State level cricket competition played yesterday at Amalner had Jain Academy Jalgaon and Khetia Club winning their respective matches.
and Dhule Mayor Posts now for Open Category:
The State Urban Development Ministry yesterday conducted a draw of reservation on Mayor Posts in 22 Corporations in State. The new reservation has taken both Jalgaon and Dhule Mayor Posts to Open Category to that of earlier reserved categories.
This new reservation could significantly change and add to lure of Mayor Post in both Corporations.
Need to change "Sensitive
The Jalgaon District is known as one of aggressive and leading districts in Khandesh region. Jalgaon is equally famous for its multi-dimensional personalities devoted and actively working in various fields. The region has witnessed increasing number of communal violence, Anti-National activities, anti-social activities in last two decade. Jalgaon District's rich multi-community unity psychology is turning adverse by such issues. Earlier peaceful Jalgaon is now known as sensitive district in Government and Police records. The younger generation has a higher responsibility of turning this label back to Peaceful region label.
Increased number of such activities having larger involvement of under-21 age group and in many cases educated ones is issues of annoyance for region socialists. District's Political leaders, Police, Administration have equally challenging role in balancing this aspects by introducing richer employment and earning opportunities along with social appeals.
State's first Agro-support initiative
in District: Diesel Pump inauguration at Bamnod:
The State Government in order to avail Diesels to Agricultural pumps and tractors is inaugurating State's very first rural Diesel Pump in Bamnod of Yaval Taluka. This service aims to avail easy reach to farmers to get fuel. The rural areas in District are suffering from intense daily 16 hours power cut leading to severe damages to their crops and overall productivity. In turn, farmers have initiated using Power Generators to generate electricity required for farming.