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Thursday, 29 July 2021 | PNS

DWA Visits Ekal Vidyalaya, Baridih

A contingent of Doctors’ Wives Association (DWA) members, along with members of the Friends of Tribals Society, visited Baridih Ekal Vidyalaya on Wednesday and conducted a plantation drive, as part of DWA's social outreach programme. DWA distributed 10 umbrellas, 10 raincoats, 5 saris, 1 dari, 50 sets of stationary, 100 sanitary pads and medical equipment like oximeter, sugar testing machine, B. P. Instrument and sanitisers. DWA also gifted 75 saplings (mango, jackfruit, mahogany, custard apple etc.) for planting in the school and village. DWA, Ranchi is committed to its stated objective of social welfare, and has adopted the Baridih Ekal Vidyalaya in Ormanjhi run by the Friends of Tribals Society. DWA has taken over the responsibility of the overall progress and development of the school for the year 2021. DWA members received a warm welcome by the village residents. Traditional dance and song were performed to the beats of the Mandar. The students presented a patriotic song and the Ekal song. DWA members present were Co-Chairperson Jhooma Sarkar, President Kamlesh Midha, Secretary Arti Singh, Past President Manju Khaitan, Bindu Prasad, Seema Maheshwari, Renu Tiwary,Deepa Chauhan, Supriya Thakur and Bibha Singh. FTS members present were President  Rekha Jain, Monica Jain, Babita Jalan and Anita Tulsyan.

ECR to run 6 pairs of Spl trains

For the convenience of the passengers, East Central Railway is resuming the operation of six pairs of passenger special trains from August 01, 2021 till further orders. It will be necessary for the passengers traveling by these passenger trains to follow the guidelines issued for prevention and prevention of Covid-19. The trains include 03323 Sindri Town - Dhanbad Passenger Special,  03324 Dhanbad - Sindri Town Passenger Special, 03311 Barwadih - Dehri On Sone Passenger Special, 03312 Dehri On Sone - Barwadih Passenger Special, 03343 Gomo - Chopan Passenger Special and 03344 Chopan - Gomo Passenger Special.

Piyush Bhatt takes charge of JRGB

Piyush Bhatt took over as the Chairman of Jharkhand Rajya Gramin Bank on July 23 from the outgoing Chairman Sunil Vinayak Jhode. It may be noted that before taking over the charge of Jharkhand Rajya Gramin Bank, Bhatt served as Regional Manager in State Bank of India Surat and Bharuch and has successfully carried out many challenging responsibilities by embellishing the posts of Zone Head of Hubli Module. As soon as he took charge, Bhatt said that the farmers, agriculturists of Jharkhand are at the center of the priority of the bank. There are labourers, entrepreneurs associated with activities related to agriculture, people associated with small and cottage industries and women self-help groups so that Jharkhand State Gramin Bank can play its role in the all-round development of Jharkhand State, apart from this they told that medium and large industrial activities, service areas, home Construction sectors, food processing units, construction of infrastructure related to agriculture etc. will be the priority of the bank.

World Nature Conservation Day at PAS Bokaro

PAS observed 28TH July as World Nature Conservation Day. Daniel M. Prasad the administrative officer said that a healthy environment is the foundation of a stable society and that each of us has a responsibility to our environment. The special virtual assembly organized for all classes aimed at creating awareness among students to conserve resources, to adopt recycling and eco-friendly practices. A recent tree plantation drive undertaken by the management and teachers of the school was also shared to inspire children. Director, Dr D. N. Prasad and teachers of each section planted saplings and adopted it with a commitment to take care of its growth.

Sadat Anwar takes charges as AC Bokaro

Sadat Anwar has taken over charge as Additional Collector, Bokaro. After assuming charge, Anwar said that the works related to revenue such as revenue collection, inter-departmental free land transfer for various state government projects, land transfer for Government of India projects and pending works of infrastructure projects and public complaints will be taken on their priority.“I will discharge my responsibilities as per the instructions and guidelines received from the higher-ups as well as the department,” he added.

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