Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh attended Chitranshotsav Sneh Sammelan, Pujan Shobha Yatra, and cultural programme organized at Shaheed Smarak Bhavan yesterday evening, on the occasion of Shri Chitragupta Jayanti. Chief Minister extended hearty wishes to people on the occasion of Chitragupta Jayanti. In the programme, Vidhan Sabha Speaker Mr. Gaurishankar Agrawal, Raipur Development Authority Chairman Mr. Sanjay Shrivastava and other prominent citizens were also present.
Higher Education Minister Mr. Premprakash Pandey today said that youth in the country have a lot of talent, skills and are keen on building the society. He was addressing the five-day National Yuva Utsav Samaroh. On the second day at Naya Raipur he was the chief guest at the 'Suvichar and Rashtriya Yuva Sammelan'. The youth are capable enough to give a new direction to the society.
Governor Balramji Das Tandon called upon the people to take a pledge to remove social evils from the society. He was addressing a programme organised by Gurudwara Shri Guru Singh Sabha Raipur on the occasion of 547th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak at Khalsa School Raipur on Wednesday. The Governor participated in the programme and paid obeisance before 'Gurugranth Sahib'.
When Guru Nanak was born, at that time social evils like discrimination, untouchability and superstition were rampant in the society.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today felicitated 31 meritorious students and five teachers of 36 different schools with "Chhattisgarh Jewels" award on the occasion of the concluding ceremony of the Child Rights' Protection Sammelan week. Dr. Raman Singh assured the audience that the State Government is determined to elevate the status of girl child and that of girls in the society. He added that the protection of child rights is the duty of the authorities as well as that of the society.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today inaugurated the state-wide 'shala praveshotsav' at village Uparwara of Naya Raipur. On the occasion, Chief Minister said that child education is not only the responsibility of teachers but also of society as a whole. Dr Singh said that it is the duty of every parent and guardian to monitor the progress of their children in studies, by keeping in contact with their teachers. Moreover, it is our social responsibility to prepare the upcoming generation through better education.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh assured a delegation of Patel-Marar community who paid him a courtesy visit at Vidhan Sabha that the benefits of various schemes which are meant for socio-economic and education development alike other backward classes. Speaker Gaurishankar Agrawal was also present on the occasion.
Like the Rotary has won fight against polio in the word, similarly there should also be a struggle to eliminate malnutrition and that is possible through Rotary, Said Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh while inaugurating the three-day Rotary District Conference in private hotel on Friday. He said Rotary is the organization in the world that has lad launched drive against polio and also succeeded in its mission.
As many as 30 teachers of Chhattisgarh were honoured on Teacher's Day for their valuable contribution to the society by imparting knowledge and enligtening and shaping the career of students. Governor Shekhar Dutt honoured these teachers in a ceremonial programme held at Raj Bhawan here to mark the Teachers's Day which is also celebrated as a tribute to the great teacher and second President of India Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan whose birth anniversary falls on this day.
"Education of children is not only the responsibility of their parents or family, rather it is a joint responsibility of society and government" said Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh while addressing Shala Praveshotsav programme organized at local primary school of village Raja Bhanpuri in Rajnandgaon district today in the afternoon. Dr Singh further said that State Government is opening schools in the remote villages of state and providing free textbooks to the school students.
"Protection of women's honor and their empowerment cannot be ensured only by making laws and policies, rather a major change in mentality of society is required" said Lata Ussendi, Minister of Women and Child Development Department, while addressing the inaugural session of daylong workshop on 'Women Empowerment Policy, Implementation and Achievements' organized by State Women Commission on yesterday at New Rest House.