JJMP calls bandh
Banned extremist organisation JJMP, has called a one day bandh in the State on July 21. The rebels, in messages sent to news organizations have stated that they do not have conflict with the security forces and their comrades have been uselessly killed by police in Lohardaga on July 18. Calling a bandh on July 21 the organization has kept emergency services free from the impact of bandh and has stated that they end all kind of altercations with rival extremists groups.
Inter-house competitions at SBPS
To hone the talent and creativity of the students Sarala Birla Public School witnessed myriad of inter-house competitions on the school premises. The competitions were a fusion of imagination, aptitude and alertness.
Students of Std KG I and KG II participated in inter house science quiz competition whereas the students of Std. I and II participated in the inter house maths quiz competition.
The competitions comprised of different rounds like warm up round, audio visual round, riddles corner and buzzer round. For the students of Std. III-V an inter house patriotic skit competition was organised.
DPS students perform play
Students of class V of DPS Ranchi displayed an activity correlating it with their classroom learning by means of two street plays. The activity started with the enactment of the classic satire “Andher Nagari Chaupat Raja” written by Bhartendu Harishchandra portraying the senseless dictatorship in administration.
The second street play depicted the scarcity of water in the times to come. Students highlighted the wrong doings of man on the environment. They stressed that the wastage of water would land entire mankind in huge crisis of water and destroy the entire flora and fauna in future.
Short Circuit causes fire
After the Frontier Fruit shop was set on fire near M.G Road due to short circuit on Friday, the Former secretary of Jharkhand Pradesh Congress, Aditya Vikram Jaiswal, visited the shop to meet the shop owner. Meanwhile, Jaiswal asked Ranchi Municipal Corporation (RMC) for proper attention to such incidents and sought for fire audit in all commercial and residential buildings and demanded that the provision of NOC should be hassle-free. Moreover, Jaiswal also requested the state government to provide firefighting bikes with all facilities to avoid major incidents.
Plantation drive by SBU
Sarla Birla University in association with Mahindra Finance today run a plantation drive on the occasion of the 150th birth anniversary of mahatma Gandhi.
The drive was conducted on the university premises. NSS State coordinator Brajesh Kumar graced the event as Chief Guest alongwith Mahindra Finance Regional HR head Sameeksha Sharma and SBU Registrar Dr Vijay Kumar Singh as special guests on the occasion.
The guests exhorted the students for plantation and made them aware about the importance of trees in preserving environment. NSS programme coordinator Dr SK Sinha said that 600 saplings were planted on the occasion.
SAIL inks MoU with GeM
Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Government e-Marketplace (GeM), Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India for procurement of Goods & Services on GeM portal on July 18, 2019. Amongst CPSEs, SAIL under the aegis of Ministry of Steel is the first CPSE to enter into an MOU with GeM.
This endeavour towards maximising the procurement of Goods & Services on GeM Portal aims to promote inclusiveness, broadening of base, transparency and efficiency in public procurement and achieve cashless, and paperless transaction.
Anil Kumar Chaudhary, Chairman, SAIL and S Suresh Kumar, Addl. CEO, GeM exchanged the MoU in the presence of Binoy Kumar, Secretary (Steel) and Dr .Anup Wadhawan, Secretary (Commerce).