Today i.e. on December 24, 2010 result of Diploma 2nd Year Backlog examination is brought out by Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU), Bhilai, Chhattisgarh. For any further queries about the results one can visit the University’s official website: www.csvtu.ac.in/
Raipur, Dec 20: In its endeavor to promote literacy in the State, particularly tribal children, the Chhattisgarh Government has launched a 'Hostel Scheme' in several interior villages.
The literacy rate is comparatively quite low in several villages of the State.
Education is imparted from Class 1 to 8 under this scheme, and the Government has set up around 110 hostels in Mahasamund District, where more than 5,000 students are presently enrolled.
Raipur, Dec 17 (IANS) A 20-year-old college student was arrested in Chhattisgarh for carrying a leopard skin, a banned item, a forest official said Friday.
The arrest was made on a tip-off by a forest department team who caught the student carrying leopard skin in a bag, in a bus Thursday in state's Kanker district, about 150 km south from capital Raipur.
Pandit Ravishankar Shukla University (PRSU), Raipur, Chhattisgarh, on December 2, 2010, has declared the result of Master of Arts (MA) Final Geography, MA (Final) Sociology and MA (Previous & Rev) History exam. The exams were held in March/April 2010. To know more about the results, candidates can visit the university's official website: http://www.prsu.ac.in/.
The one-week long Training Course on “Forest Certification” for the Indian Forest Service Officers organized by Amity School of Natural Resources and Sustainable Development at Amity University, Noida, Sector – 125 was inaugurated today by Dr. J.C. Kala, Ex-Director General (Forests) & Hony. Director General, AIGWES, Dr. Sunil Saran, Vice Chairman, Amity Science Technology and Innovation Foundation and Maj. Gen. R.K. Dhawan, Senior Vice President RBEF & Director International Affairs Division, Amity University
The Centre has proposed to open the National School of Counter Insurgency Warfare in the Naxal-hit state of Chhattisgarh.
"The government has not received any proposal from the Chhattisgarh state government regarding the setting up of a defence academy in the state. The central government proposes to establish National School of Counter Insurgency Warfare (NSCIW) at Raipur in Chhattisgarh," Defence Minister AK Antony told the Lok Sabha in a written reply on Monday.
RAIPUR: Chhattisgarh will open three residential schools for boys in areas worst hit by Maoist violence, a statement said Sunday.
"The government will construct three ashram (residential) schools for boys with 50-seat capacity each in Dantewada district with Rs.94.42 lakh (over $208,000) on expenditure," the statement said.
The ashram schools will come up at village Kasoli, Badepanera and Barsoor in the worst Maoist insurgency hit district of Dantewada. The public works department will construct the school buildings.
The Union Government has given its consent to set up National Institute of Biotic Stress Management (NIBSM) in Chhattisgarh.
“Many states were in the race to get the project and the Union Government gave its consent to set up the institute in Chhattisgarh,” state's agriculture minister Chandrashekhar Sahu said
“This will be the first institute to address the impact of biotic stresses and harness potentials of emerging tools of biotechnology in agriculture," Sahu said.
Chhattisgarh government has received proposals from four private universities for setting up campuses in the state. "We have received four proposals from private universities for setting up campuses in Chhattisgarh," Chairman of Chhattisgarh Private University Regulatory Commission Ashok Parekh said.
The commission had forwarded the proposals to the state government to examine whether they were at par with the parameters set for opening private university. "After considering all aspects, the state government will give recognition to the private universities," Parekh said.
Raipur : Chhattisgarh has begun vacating dozens of schools occupied by security forces who are stationed for anti-Maoist offensives in its southern restive tip, an official said Thursday.
"The authorities in the 40,000 sq km restive Bastar region (made up of five districts of Bijapur, Narayanpur, Bastar, Kanker and Dantewada) have been instructed to urgently arrange alternative buildings where the central forces can be shifted from schools to abide by instructions given by the Supreme Court," a top official source told IANS.