Friday, 28 October 2016

Sukhbir Singh Badal Distributes Appointment Letters to 4560 Master Cadre & 2005 ETT Teachers

By Trictynews Reporter
Chandigarh 28th October:– Giving the nation builder teaching community a Diwali bonanza, the Punjab Deputy Chief Minister, Sukhbir Singh Badal today distributed appointment letters to 4560 Teachers of master cadre and 2005 teachers belonging to ETT cadre.
In a function organized here by the Education Department, Punjab, the Deputy Chief Minister congratulated and profusely appreciated the go-getter efforts of the Education Minister, Punjab, Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema and the entire department for this stupendous effort. He said that it is a very big and prestigious responsibility to be a teacher who shoulders the responsibility to mould the future of the nation. That explains why, said the Deputy Chief Minister, the emphasis of the SAD-BJP government is to invest more and more into the educational sector.
Disclosing more, he said that during the course of previous 9 years the state government has provided 2.50 lakh jobs in various departments in a transparent and fair manner. Divulging more, he said that during the next month nearly 30000 more contractual employees would be absorbed in the various departments as it is the prime endeavor of the state government to fill vacancies in all departments as soon as possible in order to make process of governance more faster.
Making a strong pitch for development, Sukhbir Badal said that the SAD-BJP government has taken path breaking innovative measures in various sectors which includes surplus and cheapest power, excellent road infrastructure, sewerage and clean drinking water in 100 cities with 60 more to follow, preservation of culture in the form of construction of memorials belonging to all religions and beautification of all religious places. He also said that whatever the government has said it has accomplished. He also announced that in the next 5 years all the 12000 villages of the state would be equipped with sewerage facilities at a cost of Rs. 35000 crore.
Earlier, welcoming the Deputy Chief Minister on the occasion, Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema said praised the vision of the Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and the Deputy Chief Minister which enabled the education department to fulfill it's target of 22000 recruitments.
Congratulating all the teachers, the minister said that during the previous 9 years the education department has recruited 84000 teachers. He also divulged that the teachers have been selected after a rigorous process encompassing Teachers Eligibility Test and Subject and Aptitude Test.
Making another significant announcement, Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema said that the stations to the newly appointed teachers would be allotted as per merit on the 3rd and 4th November.

PGI Patients Celebrates Diwali with Red Cross

By Trictynews Reporter
Chandigarh 28th October:–As part of Diwali celebrations Indian Red Cross Society, Punjab State Branch distributed blankets to the poor patients and fruits to the indoor patients of P.G.I.  The social workers distributed 500 packets of fruits to the admitted patients of Gastroenterology, Advanced Urology Centre, Male Surgical Ward, Female Surgical Ward, Gynae Ward, Maternity Ward and ICUs. 
Prof. S.C.Verma, Director PGI and the Chief Guest inaugurated the fruit distribution function organized by Punjab Red Cross on the occasion of Diwali.  He lauded the efforts of the lady social workers by way of distributing medicines and other relief amenities to the poor & needy patients of PGI.   
C.S.Talwar, IAS (Retd), Secretary of State Red Cross encouraged the social workers who are doing selfless service by devoting time & money for the welfare of the patients. Harbans Kaur Oberoi, Honorary Secretary of Punjab State Red Cross (Hospital Welfare Section) and her dedicated team of ladies including Ms Raji wished the patients Happy Diwali and speedy recovery. Dr Vipin Koushal acting Medical Superintendent, Dr R.K.Sharma, Head Dept of Plastic Surgery and other PGI staff were also present on the occasion.

RLA Will Remain Close on October 29

By Trictynews Reporter
Chandigarh 28th October:– The  general public hereby has been informed that the office of Registering & Licensing Authority, Sector-17, Chandigarh will remain close on 29.10.2016 (Saturday) and the work of registration of vehicle will be carried out in the office of Registering & Licensing Authority (Main Office), Sector-17, U.T., Chandigarh from 01.11.2016 (Tuesday) till further orders due to renovation work in SDM (East), Industrial Area, Phase-1, Chandigarh. 

Diwali Festival:PGI Make Elaborate Arrangements to Meet Emergencies and Provide Immediate Treatment to the Patients

By Trictynews Reporter
Chandigarh 28th October:– In view of the Diwali Festival and anticipation of a large number of emergencies due to cracker injuries, Advanced Eye Centre, PGI has made elaborate arrangements to meet emergencies and provide immediate treatment to the patients reporting to the PGI.
The department has put doctors on special emergency duty round the clock at the Advanced Eye Centre, PGI, Chandigarh from the morning of 29th October (8 AM)  till the morning of 31st October, 2016 to attend to patients on arrival.