"Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU), Bhilai has taken many steps for up gradation of technical education in the State and many others like online admission procedure, introduction of complaint cell are in the pipeline," informed Vice-Chancellor of CSVTU, B C Mal while addresing the media persons here on Tuesday.
The digital valuation system introduced by Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU), Bhilai has facilitated the university in declaring the results much earlier than the schedule. This has in turn proved that the university is full proof. The Result of Pharmacy 5th, 6th and 7th semester were declared on December 30 where as the schedule date for these results were January 7.
The 34th meeting of 'Nagar Rajbhasha Karyanvayan Samiti' and also the award presentation was held under the chairmen of CEO (BSP) Pankaj Gautam, where ED(P&A) Madhurendra Akhouri was also present as the special invitee. This meeting was specifically attended by the representatives and department heads of 51 different public sector and Government organizations like Banks, Insurance Companies etc.
57th Ball Badminton Championship -
The Chhattisgarh Senior and Junior Ball badminton teams that will take part in the 57th Senior and Junior National Ball Badminton Championship were announced the other day. DVS Reddy was the chief selector of the State teams. The national championship has been organised. where the senior group championship will be held from January 10 to 13 while the junior group matches will be played from January 14 to 17.
Pediatric department organise state-level workshop -
Pediatric Department of Medical and Health services of Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP) is gping to organise a Nursing Care state-level workshop. Two facilities from AIIMS, New Delhi will conduct the programme.
Head of Pediatric Department (M&HS) Dr. S.M. Dewangan stated that the nurses from Bhilai, Durg, Raipur, Bilaspur, Raigarh etc. are going to attend the programme. This programme is being organized as RCH-IEC activity, which is a part of CSR.
Senior Congress leader Ajit Jogi said Friday that three people had died and over 100 people were blinded in Chhattisgarh after being operated upon at government-run eye operation camps in recent months.
"It's shocking that over 100 people were blinded and three people died after they were operated upon for cataract at government eye camps in various districts in recent months," Jogi, a former chief minister, said in a statement.