Two- Day national Seminar on Commerce will be organised. Principal Dr. P. C. Choube informed that the Seminar is sponsored by UG and the topic is 'Management of Resources, utilisation and Sustainable Development'. Lectures and will be delivered and issues concerning forest,land, water, food, minerals, energy and human resource management, development, utilisation, potentials and challenges will discussed.
The Seminar will be inaugurated the auditorium by Vhief Guest Dr. Ashok Parakh, Member Chhattisgarh Finance and Dr. D N Meher, Principal Government PG College, Jagdalpur.
Dun and Bradstreet India, in association with Central Bank of India organised first of its kind Knowledge series focused on 'Role of Entrepreneurship and Bank Credit for development of MSMEs'. Assistant General Manger of Reserve Bank of India Anand Upadhyaya, Assistant General Manager of Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) Akash Pawar and Zonal Manager of Central Bank of India, Raipur Y K shukla were the special guests during MSME symposium held here at Hotel Mayura on Friday.
Students from Ryan International Public School participated in the 11th International Children Theatre Festival that was held in New Delhi recently. The theatre festival was organsied under the patronage of Ryan International Group On Institutes.
Annual function of the N H Goel World School was organised on the theme of "Maati Ki Mahak". The Student of Nursery to class 10th gave memorable performance of traditional folk art and culture of Chhattisgarh.
Christmas celebration of Christian officers will be held on December 17 at Hotel Babylon Inn at 6.30pm-8.0 pm. On the auspicious occasion a special prayer will be the country.
Opposition Congress staged walkout during Question Hour on Friday alleging that the State Government is trying to shield ESSAR Company on the matter of funding Naxalites Congress raised the question that which official or official of the said company was responsible for funding Naxalites and what were the shortcomings in the police investigations that the State Government had to constitute Special Investigation Team for further investigation. Thereafter, unsatisfied with the answer given by the Home MInister, the Congress legislators staged walkout.
State DGP K. Kire Friday said police job was not difficult provided that jawans maintained discipline, obeyed the commands of seniors and officers and bear in mind they were the guardians of civilians.
The state DGP was addressing the ceremonial attestation parade of 59th batch constable basic trainees of district executive force (DEF), I.G. intelligence (Int), jail warders and state vigilance commission at Nagaland Police Training School (NPTS), parade ground, Chumukedima here.