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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Eagle Group Child Carnival Celebrated on Sunday

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Jharsuguda : Eagle Group, on Sunday organised a Mega Child Carnival 2K15 specially for the disabled children s and Orphans of Jharsuguda and Sundergarh Dist.

During this Carnival , a seminar cum awareness program on child health, child education, child rights was organised. On this occasion, Jharsuguda ADM Braja Gopal Acharya, was the Chief Guest along with  DPC Smt. Minarani Mangal, Baristha Nagarika Sangha’s  Latit Mohan Das, CWC Janmajaya Das and Group mentor G. G. Pal were present and gave their valuable feedback on this Nobel cause to serve the society.

Participants from  six  special schools, Thakkarbapa Sevasadan, Belpahar, Special School, Brundamal, District Disabled School, Budapada, Asha Kiran School, Cox Colony, Banavasi Chhatravasa,  Sundargarh, Manurbhaba Ashram, Bhasma had participated and showcased their talents and future development like livelihood and higher education.

 An exhibition of handcrafts made by the special children were also inaugurated by ADM Braj Gopal Acharya.

In the evening, prizes were awarded to all the participants for their extreme talents and a joyful, energetic cultural program.

From the Eagle group,  President Himadri Sekhar Pradhan, Secretary Pradyumna Sahu, Group Advisor Anil Satpathy and BSC Srinivas and coordinator Rakesh Sahoo and several members of the group had actively participated in this event.

Eagle Group organised SWACHHA BHARAT ABHIYAN

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Jharsuguda : Eagle Group  organised a SWACHHA BHARAT ABHIYAN at the Jharsuguda Govt. Hospital. A placard rally along with slogans were also taken out from Manmohan School Ground to the Hospital. The members had cleaned the hospital rooms & peripherals and hold an awareness programs between the hospital staffs, patients, caretakers.
This programme was conducted in the presence of Jharsuguda Municipality Executive Officer Mr. M. Srinivas.
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Eagle Group’s child carnival 2016 concludes on Sunday

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Jharsuguda : Eagle group, a social group had organised a child carnival 2016 at satsang bhawan  on the eve of 14th Feb along with 6 schools & orphans. Brundamal Special school, Jhadeswar special school, Manurbhava Ashram , Ashakiran, Banabasi Kalyan Ashram & Thakar Bapa Seva Sadan of Jharsuguda & Sundergarh District.

The main aim was to improve their lifestyle & future from bottom line to main stream line which is possible when people will help them by giving helping hands to them. A seminar was organised (open house discussion) with all NGO’s, Puja club, Educational Institutions , Govt officers & eminent person of the district.

At evening time , a cultural function was conducted by the school Children’s who later were awarded for their performances .

Sundergarh Dist. Executive officer Mr. M. Srinivas was the chief guest, Dist. Child Protection Officer Mr.Sunanda Mohatana,Dr V Ramalakshmi, Advocate T.K Roy Choudhury, Balgovind Mishra (Baristha sangha, President), JCI president, Dr.P.C.Rana along with our group president Rakesh sahoo & eagle group members were present.

School Donates funds for the “Phailin” Victims

Jharsuguda: Students and Teachers of St. Mary’s Convent School of Cox Colony, Jharsuguda have jointly donated fund of 65,000 for the “Phailin” victims. In a function held on Friday, where Ex-MLA, Kishore Mohanty, Abhijit Pati , COO , Sesa Sterlite formerly known as Vedanta Aluminium Ltd. ,Jharsuguda Municipality Chairman Hairsh Ganatra, Tapas Ray Choudhary,  Sandeep Awasthy along with school principal Sister Cicely, the amount was handed over to the representative came from Puri .

According to Principal of the School Sister Cicely, “The entire funds had been generated through annual fete held on Sunday. From the proceeding we have purchase blankets, Bed sheets and towel, Shawls and it would be distributed after the Christmas Celebration from 26th Onwards.

Mega workshop on Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan

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Jharsuguda: A workshop on promoting construction of individual household toilets under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Assurance (MG-NREGA) scheme and Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan Scheme was held at Kolabira Block under Jharsuguda District on Wednesday. This workshop was organized by Dist. Administration.

The workshop was attended by 1488 including members of Panchayati Raj Institution,  Samiti Members , Sarpanch, Ward Members, Aganwadi, ASHA workers, Mansion along with local villagers, where the advantages of Open Defecation Free (ODF) village and its impact on the health and hygiene of people in general and children in particular were discussed.

Dist. Collector Said that “In this project around 10,000 toilets will be constructed and currently in first phase we have identified around 2,000 households for this project. Under this scheme the unit cost of Individual Household Laterine (IHL) is Rs. 10,000 out of which 9,100 will be provided by Govt. and rest Rs. 900 will be borne by the beneficiary either in cash or in form of labour. ”

This workshop was inaugurated by Jharsuguda MLA Naba Kishore Das in presence of Dist. Collector Niranjan Sahu and other Govt. officials.

 

Lions Club of Jharsuguda Titans donates Rs.5 Lakhs to Project Muktidham

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Jharsuguda : In a event held on Friday evening, the members of Lions club of Jharsuguda Titans had donated Rs. 5 Lakhs for the Project Muktidham ( Beautification of Muktidham).

This Donation was generated by the members of the clud in a fund raiser, Ras Barse  ( An Kavi Sammelan) held on 26th March this year.

In this event , distinguished guest like Omprakash Poddar, Arjun lal More, Balgoivnd Mishra, Santosh Shah, Pratap Behera, Matadin Mundra , Sudhir Didwania, Anil Kedia , Vikas Badhan, Arun Mundra, Rajesh Agarwal, Sanju Khetan along with various others were present.

A Cheque of Rs. 5,00,559 Lakhs was handed over to the senior members of the society.

Charter President Asish Badhan said that, “Addition to the Project Muktidham another Project Moksh Dham along with the works for the approach road to Mukti Dham will be initiated. However the approach rood work has been started from 6th May 2016.”

He also added that the Project Moksh Dham will be beside the Marwari Talab.

VEDANTA INAUGURATES 1st GREEN ROAD OF JHARSUGUDA

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Jharsuguda:  Vedanta inaugurated the first ‘Green Road’ to Jharsuguda made with Fly Ash on Wednesday. The construction of this road is also towards compliance of RPDAC commitment by Vedanta. With its ‘Waste to Wealth’ initiative the road with the length of 2.3kms from Banjari Village to Sarbhal was constructed utilizing 13,000 MT fly ash as a prime component. The design of the road was done by IIT, Bhubaneswar and the total cost of the road is around Rs 1.88 crores. The road, which will open a comfortable and easy commutation facility for the villagers will be of high significance.

In presence of villagers, Vedanta Officials, the road was inaugurated by Dr. Sitaram Patel, ADM, Jharsuguda. Present on the occasion was Mr. JK Mohanty, Vice-President Power, who represented the organization during the inaugural ceremony.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Patel who personally travelled the entire distance of the new road applauded Vedanta’s fulfillment of its commitment and expressed that many such innovative public infrastructure through fly ash is a possibility now .He also added that such efforts will be given full support by the administration and the community.

Representing Vedanta Ltd Jharsuguda, Mr. JK Mohanty thanked the district administration for their support and cooperation and expressed that more and more public infrastructure should include fly ash as key construction input as it is technology of today in waiting. The general public have expressed that this road will make life a little easier and lauded this effort of Vedanta to ensure this key community amenity.

Matrisangha Janakalyan Ashram celebrates Guru Purnima

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IMG_7987JHARSUGUDA : Social Organisation Matrisangha Janakalyan Ashram of Pandripathar on Sunday had celebrated Guru Purnima by organising various Social events like Blood Donation, Free Distribution of Books to the students.

Matrisangha Janakalyan Ashram, is an social organization located at Pandripathar. Its founder is Sudin Kumar Mitra. The Jharsuguda unit of this organisation is being looked by Ujjawal Chatterjee and his wife. This organisation mainly works to provide Free Stitching classes to the needy girls, Organising Blood Donation Camps , Solving problems of the villagers, Plantation of trees , Distribution of fruits to patients, free distribution of books, copy, pens, pencils and stipends to the poor and needy childrens,Distribution of clothes and blankets to the women and childrens, providing Medicines to the poor people.

On Sunday, around 65 students of Prasana Panda Sangha School , Power House School, Sarasmal School were given free books.

On this ocassion, Dr. Dolamani Patel, Tapas Ray Choudhary, Sapan Dutta, S.K. Sahoo, Sunil Chakraborty, Utpal Ghosh along with many others were present. A Cultural programme was being organised with support of Samal Ghosh, Purabi Dey  and Ishita Ray Choudhary.

Ujjawal Chatterjee said that, ” Every year we organise this event, and want to thank every person who had supported me in organising this event. Additional thanks to Arpit Mittal, Ashok Mitra, Tanmaya Sharma who had also supported me in conducting various events.”

Vedanta honours Martyr’s families on Republic Day

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Jharsuguda: Vedanta Ltd (formerly known as Sesa Sterlite) had felicitated family members of six Martyrs of Indian Armed Forces from the Western Odisha region on the eve of 67th Republic Day Celebration (Tuesday), who laid down their lives in line of duty. Lead by Mr. Abhijit Pati, CEO-Aluminium Business, Vedanta Ltd. the company felicitated the families with a citation and a financial assistance of Rs. 50,000 to the families.

Families of six martyrs who were felicitated were Late Sourya Chakra Sepoy Durga Charan Oram of village Palkuda of Deogarh, Late Naik Blacious Alexender Kujur of village Olhen, Rourkela, Late Naik Karobin Tirkey of village Pindapatha near Birmitrapur, Late Lancenaik Kishore Chandra Mallik of village Shibtola, Bolangir, Late Sepoi Lotem Kerketa of village the Thaitang, Sundergarh and Late Subedar Braja Kishore Naik of village Nuapali of Laida, Sambalpur.

In this function the Commodore KK Panda (Retd.) was the chief guest along with the Abhijit Pati and eminent senior citizen of Jharsuguda as Guest and the members of various Social Organization were also present.

Mr. Abhijit Pati said “The nation stand obliged to the great sacrifice of the martyrs and their families and hence we dedicated this day to them. All measures should be put in place to secure the future of such families including reservation for such families which should be given top priority as a special category. He urged upon corporate world to join hands to support more such families to secure their future.”

Dassendri Toppo, wife of late Sourya Chakra winner Lt. Sepoy Durga Charn Oram said, ‘I could not believe that even after so many years have passed by, someone could knock at my door to felicitate my husband’s martyrdom by honouring me.’ Nobody has done it like this before and I am touched by the recognition more the citation and the assistance given to me by Vedanta and I am thankful.” The same sentiment was echoed by other felicitated families.

Workshop on World Heath Day organised

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Jharsuguda : A Workshop on World Heath Day was organized on Organic farming and and its benefits on 7th April at  Jhanda chowk by Lions Club of Jharsuguda Titans. The keynote speaker of the event was Dr. Deoshlok Sharma. He had explained the benefits of Organic & Inorganic Waste segregation at home through Video Presentation. 100pcs of Organic & Inorganic Waste Dustbins were placed at Public Places by the LCJT.

In this event Senior Members of the society, Balgovind Mishra, Arjun More, Durga Prasad Singhania, Omprakash Poddar, Omprakash Badhan, Jagdish Bondia, Matadin Mundra, Suresh Bonida, Shiv prasad Murarka, Pawan Sultania & members from the other Social Clubs were also present in this function as UPMS &JCI, Rotary Royal President Vikash Badhan, Sanjay Khetan, Vinod Arukia.

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