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RR Pathak elected Bihar State president of All India Navodaya Vidyalaya Staff Association

Posted: 24 Apr 2017 02:20 AM PDT



Patna Dr RR Pathak has been elected Bihar State president of Akhil Bharatiya Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Karmachari Sangh (All India Navodaya Vidyalaya Staff Association) in the annual general meeting of the state body here on Sunday.

Dr Vipin Kumar and V Narayan have been elected as associate presidents while Sanjeev Kumar and AK Shah have been chosen as vice presidents. Dr SK Yadav is the new general secretary of the association.

Other office-bearers:  Dr Mahendra Kumar, Samrendra Kumar Singh, A Kumar and Lalan Singh (all joint secretaries), Nisha Kumari (coordinator), Md Hasnain, Praveen Kumar, Ajay Kumar (all deputy secretaries), NK Prasad (treasurer), Vinay Kumar, Jitendra Kumar, Sanjay Singh, Sanju Singh, Anil Kumar Thakur and Manju Singh (all organising secretaries).

Earlier, addressing the meeting Bihar Madhyamik Shikshak Sangh president Kedarnath Pandey expressed grave concern over the condition of teachers across the country.

"It's more than surprising that the state and central government are treating the teachers as second class citizen after 70 years of independence. Teachers' genuine demands are not being considered even in Navodaya Vidyalaya type organisation where teachers are working for 24 hours", he said.

He criticized the central government policy to appoint teachers on contract basis in Kendriya Vidyalaya and Navodaya Vidyalaya.

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All India Youth Unity Conference held in Patna

Posted: 24 Apr 2017 01:55 AM PDT



Patna: All India Youth Unity Conference was held at Panchayat Parishad Bhavan on Sunday to discuss the present political and social issues.
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Gharelu Kamgar Kalyan Trust holds health check up camp

Posted: 24 Apr 2017 01:52 AM PDT

  

Patna: Gharelu Kamgar Kalyan Trust organised a free health check up camp for maids and servants at Kulhariya Complex on Sunday.
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Akhil Bharatiya Kayasth Mahasabha East Zone unit holds meeting

Posted: 24 Apr 2017 01:49 AM PDT


Patna: East Zone unit of Akhil Bharatiya Kayasth Mahasabha held its meeting at Sahay Sadan, Bailey Road, on Sunday.
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Rich tributes paid to Veer Kunwar Singh

Posted: 24 Apr 2017 12:05 AM PDT




Patnn: Several functions were organised to celebrate VeerKunwar Singh Jayanti (birth anniversary of Veer Kunwar Singh) here on Sunday.

At Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) office, party leaders including state RJD president Ramchandra Purve paid tributes to Veer Kunwar Singh.

At SK Memorial Hall, Patna Divisional Commissioner Anand Kishor and District Magistrate Sanjay Kumar paid tributes to Bihar's legendary freedom fighter.

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Akhil Bharatiya Kisan Adhikar Manch takes out rally

Posted: 23 Apr 2017 11:59 PM PDT


Patna: Akhil Bharatiya Kisan Adhikar Manch took out a procession in support of their demands on Sunday. They were protesting against the exploitation of farmers and increasing crime in Bihar.
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Block coordinators hold state-level meet

Posted: 23 Apr 2017 11:55 PM PDT


Patna: State-level convention of Bihar Rajya Prakhand Samanvayak Sangh (Bihar State Block Coordinators Association) was held here on Sunday. The meeting was held under the aegis of Lohia Swachh Bihar Abhiyan.
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Peace march marks centenary celebration of Champaran Satyagrah

Posted: 23 Apr 2017 11:48 PM PDT


Patna: Members of the Sankat Haran Sahyog Samiti took out a peace march to commemorate centenary year of Champaran Satygrah on Sunday.
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Urdu book authored by Akhter Hussain released

Posted: 23 Apr 2017 11:44 PM PDT




Patna: Bihar Minority Welfare Minister Dr Abdul Chafoor released a book authored by Akhter Hussain at Bihar Urdu Academy here on Sunday.
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Expedite membership drive, BPCC chief Ashok Choudhary tells party workers

Posted: 23 Apr 2017 09:45 PM PDT




Patna: Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee (BPCC) president Ashok Choudhary has asked the office-bearers of all its district units to add people from all communities and religions as Congress member.

Reviewing the progress of party's membership drive, he said: "The country is standing on a cross-road and in this situation our responsibility has increased by manifolds. This is the work and responsibility of every party worker to reach out to people and tell them about the anti-people policy of the central government".

He said the membership drive of the party would continue till May 10.

He also asked the party workers to tell people about the policies of the Congress party.


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Three new universities of Bihar will start functioning from next session

Posted: 23 Apr 2017 09:40 PM PDT

Patna: Academic activities in the three new universities –Patliputra, Munger and Purnia-are expected to begin from the next session as files have been sent to finance department for creation on new posts and its approval.

Decks have already been cleared for the establishment of the three new universities by the state cabinet and state assembly. Raj Bhavan has also given its nod for go ahead with this project.

In all the three universities, there will be vice chancellor, registrar and 70 to 75 employees and officers to look after academic and other activities.

Magadh University will be bifurcated into Patliputra University with its headquarters in Patna. Similarly BN Mandal University (Madhepura) will be bifurcated into Purnia University while Munger University will come into existence after the bifurcation of Tilka Majhi Univeristy (Bhagalpur).

With this the total number universities in Bihar will go up to 16 and moreover all the nine commissionaires will have at least one university each. The new universities have been created by amending Bihar State Universities Act (1976).


Colleges affiliated with Magadh University in Patna and Nalanda districts will be a part of Patliputra University. With this the new university will get 25 colleges while Magadh University will get 19 colleges under its umbrella. 

Complete Sonepur approach road work by June 11, Deputy CM Tejashwi Prasad tells Pul Nirman Nigam

Posted: 23 Apr 2017 08:07 PM PDT




Patna: Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Prasad Yadav asked the Bihar Rajya  Pul Nirman Nigam Limited officials to finish the Sonepur approach road connecting to Digha bridge by June 11.

The minister wanted to dedicate the road bridge connecting Patna to North Bihar to the people of the state on the birthday of his father and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) president Lalu Prasad. Lalu's birth anniversary falls on June 11.

He said it would be grand gift to his father Lalu Prasad as he took the initiative for the construction of this bridge and there would be no better day than the birthday of his father for inauguration of this bridge which would also become a lifeline for the people of Bihar like the Gandhi Setu at present.

He told the principal secretary of the road construction department to monitor the progress and quality of the work on daily basis.

BRPNL officials has assured the minister that construction work of the bridge would be completed by May 25.

Earlier, the minister inspected the progress of the bridge and approach roads. He also inspected progress of Loknayak Ganga Path and Digha-AIIMS elevated road. Both the roads will be connected through a structure named as Digha Rotary.

The opening of this bridge before June 15 is necessary because the pontoon bridges on river Ganga-Raghopur, Gandhi Setu and Danapur-will be removed in view of the forthcoming rainy season and rise in water level in Ganga.

At this juncture, only Gandhi Setu will remain the lone bridge connecting North Bihar to Patna. Moreover, the Gandhi Setu is all set for reconstruction from June demolishing the western lane of the bridge first. Then only eastern lane of the bridge will be available for flow of traffic from both ends and it will certainly lead to heavy traffic jams on the bridge and its approach roads.

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