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Sunday, 18 November 2018 | PNS

Crisp organises Faculty training prog

Bhopal: Centre for Research and Industrial Staff Performance (CRISP), Bhopal has organized two weeks Faculty Development Training Programme. The main objective of this programme was to orient the lecturers, Asst Professors’, Professors of various science and technology colleges in and around Jabalpur on Entrepreneurship/self employment. These faculty members in their turn will   motivate the students to opt for entrepreneurship as career option.

This initiative by NSTEDB, DST and the EDII will support the government initiative for Start Up India and other development oriented projects. Experts from Bhopal Indore and Jabalpur shared their experience with participants. Concept of Entrepreneurship, various government schemes, setting up of business ventures, Business communication, Success in business through application of Neuro- Linguistic Programming (NLP), Market survey, Project report preparation and industrial visit, and many other topics were covered under the programme.  Twenty participants from different science and technology, Engineering colleges successfully attended the Training programme.

RC Pandey, Principal of Government Kalaniketan Polytechnic and Dilip Singh, Hazare Principal Maharashtra Institute of Higher Education, were guest of honor in the valedictory function. The guests distributed certificate to the trainees. Course coordinator and Faculty Behavior science dept of CRISP Mathew John delivered vote of thanks to respected guest and all the stake holders.

Assembly Polls: 2,899 in fray for 230 seats Bhopal:

 There are 2,899 candidates contesting in the 230 Assembly constituencies in the assembly elections 2018 in the state. While 2644 are male candidates 250 are female candidates and remaining five are others. Among them, the oldest candidate who is contesting election is Shri Khangar Nirbhay Singh from Silvani assembly of Raisen district. The oldest female candidate is Meera Nanaji Samreete, from Lanji assembly of Balaghat district. In addition there are about 40 candidates of 25 years who are the youngest candidates in fray.

Details of all the candidates is available on http://www.ceomadhyapradesh.nic.in.

46,355 non-bailable warrants issued: CEO

Bhopal: Chief Electoral Officer VL Kantha Rao has informed that after execution of the Model Code of Conduct, prohibitory action has been taken against 1,58,342 people for law and order system from October 6 to November 16, 2018. In the meantime, 46,355 non-bailable warrants were issued. In addition, 4,411 illegal weapons have been seized and 2,61,572 weapons have been deposited in the police stations.

Under property defacement, 18,32,383 cases have been registered out of which action has been taken in 17,78,178 cases. Action has been taken in 13,32,615 cases by registering 13,66,761 cases under government property defacement. Under private property defacement, 4,65,622 cases were registered and action has been taken in 4,45,563 cases. During this period, 12,925 cases have been registered for the misuse of vehicles.

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