State government notified the Commission that the notification of reservation of the wards of these urban bodies has not been published in the Madhya Pradesh Gazette. On this basis, the Commission was urged to postpone the election programme.
Election Commission has declared the programme of election in 10 urban bodies.
Districts should start preparations for the general elections to be held later this year. The responsibility of fair, free and transparent elections lies with the District Collector and the electoral team.
Along with this, deliberations on the status of mutation, demarcation, division and diversion besides redressal of revenue case, distribution of residential pattas and on Protection Act-2016 made to safeguard interest of land owners and sharecropper will be held.
Officers should keep themselves updated constantly with the directives and rules of the Election Commission of India for free and fair election. They can work in a better way and promptly, if they are updated.
CM Chouhan to honour outstanding officers in Public Service Guarantee.
Rawat is visiting Bhopal first time after holding the office of Chief Election Commissioner. He will proceed for New Delhi in the night on April 10.
The Governor told the trainee officers to respect all those who come to them and behave well with them and settle the cases of villagers, poor and exploited on priority.
Revenue of over Rs. 80 crore 71 lakh has been collected in Indore division till today in the current year. There is a target to collect revenue of Rs. 100 crore till March from Indore district.
Revenue Officers should always be vigilant and wakeful, while discharging their duties with utmost seriousness. Redress the cases finally, which are pending since the last 2 years or more.
In his long career, Rawat has held many illustrious portfolios at both the central and state levels. He had retired as secretary of Ministry of Heavy Industries and public enterprises prior to his appointment in the EC.
Calendar has been prepared with an intention to obtain cooperation from all the organizations concerned with the bio-diversity. Bio-Diversity Management Committees besides Narmada Seva Yatra, Jal-Van-Narmada –Bhopal.
System will be developed by the Madhya Pradesh government under which, people of Madhya Pradesh residing abroad won't have to make unnecessary visits for redressing of matters related with their relatives.
According to the issued order, Smt Salina Singh will look after the work officer on special duty-cum-chief electoral officer, Madhya Pradesh and ex-officio, additional chief secretary, law and legislative affairs department (only for electoral works).
Projects should be completed within the time limit and they should be monitored regularly. Provision of punishment to agencies over any kind of delay has been made.
Chief Secretary Basant Pratap Singh said that Veda and Upnishad in India have given concept of 'Sachidanand'. God-Demon or sur-asur words are only symbolic. Joy and misery both are inside.
Praising the calendar made by the Anand department, Chouhan told each officer to use it in house. He informed that he will gift the calendar to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi. A book on “Barahsingha Conservation at Kanha was released in the workshop.
State government has handed over additional charge of the vacant post of Inspector General of Police Administration in the Police Headquarters to Indian Police Service officer D. Srinivas Verma along with his current duty as Inspector General of Police, AAV Police Headquarters
Jauhri moved an application with the department headquarters in Bhopal seeking voluntary retirement. The officer in his application has maintained that contractors engaged with CPWD road construction works in the district are digging out stones without any permission in the forest areas.
Consul General of Germany Dr. Jurgen Morhard met Chief Secretary Basant Pratap Singh here today. Consul General of Federal Republic of Germany Dr. Morhard who came from Mumbai deliberated with the Chief Secretary Singh on exchange of academic activities and cooperation in the field of infrastructure development.
Amendments have been made in the posting orders of 2 I.A.S. Officers issued earlier by the state government.
Anupam Rajan told the students about the transformation of Siddharth to Mahatma Buddha in the form of a story. He also gave information about the important aspects of the life of the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi.
Parakh video conference to be held on February 17 at 11 a.m. Redressal of complaints received on Mukhya Mantri helpline, procurement preparation, payment status of social security pension in the state, status of electricity supply in transformers and rural areas in the state, status of redressal of cases under the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act and cases related to budget will be reviewed at the video conference.
Parakh video conference to be held on February 17 at 11 a.m. Redressal of complaints received on Mukhya Mantri helpline, procurement preparation, payment status of social security pension in the state, status of electricity supply in transformers and rural areas in the state, status of redressal of cases under the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act and cases related to budget will be reviewed at the video conference.
A group of 14 army officers is taking part in 5 day training session on the subject ‘National Security and Strategic Studies’ in Academy of Administration.
Chief Secretary guided the students regarding accomplishing the targets in the life. He said that success can be obtained by setting targets. He further mentioned that children are like seeds of the trees. Scholarship, education, counseling and encouragement provided by the state government are like nutrition elements. You will have to grow like firm banyan tree.
National Voters’ Day will be observed in Bhopal beside all the districts of Madhya Pradesh on January 25th. Citizens will be administered pledge of voters’ day in the programmes to be held in the districts.
All the students must include their names in the voter list and must vote. He said that urban bodies and panchayats are the powerful medium for decentralisation of power.
India wrapped up the ODI series against England with a 15-run win at the Barabati Stadium on Thursday. Set a target of 382, thanks to brilliant centuries by Yuvraj & Dhoni, England stayed in the hunt till late into their innings. The short boundaries coupled with heavy dew played their part to help the side batting second.
No fund should be misused. Instructions were issued to collectors of districts having minerals to carry out strictly mineral related recovery. He said that fund of district mineral foundation should not be used in other heads. Task force constituted at district level should take action for curbing illegal mining and transportation.
According to highly placed sources, the Union Government’s Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has written to the state chief secretary that the sanction to prosecute Mohanti could not be given in the light of an order of the High Court, Jabalpur issued on November 7.
Out of the 11 appointees only four are from the IAS, two each are from Central Secretariat Service (CSS) and Indian Forest Service (IFoS), and one each from IRS-IT, Indian Ordnance Factory Service (IOFS) and Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS). In four of these postings, officers belonging to IRS-IT, IFoS, IOFS and IDAS, have replaced IAS officers. For example, Satyendra Kumar Mishra, a 1990 batch IRS-IT officer, has been appointed as joint secretary in the ministry of civil aviation for a period of five years in place of Anil Srivastava, a 1985 batch Madhya Pradesh cadre IAS.
Charge of Medical Education to Principal Secretary Gouri Singh Additional Charge of Commissioner Medical Education to Manish Rastogi
Further, Chouhan said that Madhya Pradesh holds place among the best bureaucracy in the country. Credit for remarkable agriculture growth rate, leading growth rate and successful implementation of schemes like Ladli Laxmi Yojna goes to the employees and officers of the state. He said that all the responsibilities of administrative services are important. There is a need to face challenge with positive approach. People working against public and nation’s interest will be strictly dealt with. There is no need for pity and sympathy.
Madhya Pradesh has achieved new heights during the tenure of the Chief Secretary De Sa. Newly appointed Singh as Chief Secretary will also shoulder responsibility to set new milestone. CM Chouhan said that we have received a rare opportunity to build the future of the people as a Team Madhya Pradesh.
Lauds Collector Dewas for Positive Approach. Chief Secretary gives directives to Redress Problems.
Administration Academy to Impart Training to Class 3 Employees also MoS Lal Singh Arya and Vishwas Sarang at Swarna Jayanti Programme.
The post of chairman of Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) fell vacant on September 21, consequent upon demitting of office by Gupta on attaining 65 years of age of superannuation. For time being, in place of Deepak Gupta, former IAS Officer Alka Sirohi has been appointed as chairwoman of Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).
Madhya Pradesh cadre IAS officer Rajesh Kumar Chaturvedi has been appointed as the new chairman of Central Board of Secentary Education (CBSE). Probably for the first time an officer of MP cader has given this important responsibility.
On return from deputation to Central government, Dr. S.W. Naqvi has been posted as ADG PSO to DGP and ADG Railways Anuradha Shankar as ADG (Administration).
With Surendar Sinh retiring on June 30, the order to appoint his successor was issued. This order will be effective from July 1, said an official communique.
With this, total dearness relief has risen to 125 percent. Dearness relief will also be payable on additional pension payable to pensioners of 80 years or more.
Gangwar has reportedly sought to know the basis of notice being served to him as no evidence of the said post was attached to his notice. The post wherein Gangwar allegedly made a comment calling for 'revolution against Modi' referred to an opinion piece in the editorial page of Jansatta.
Gangwar deserves to be severely punished - not for speaking in favour of Jawaharlal Nehru, as is being made out in all reports, but for grave violation of the All India Services (Conduct) Rules, 1968, on three counts.