Bhilai, Feb 09:
Indian Army Recruitment Rally will be held from March 03 to March 12 at Ravi Shankar Stadium in Durg City. Youth in large number are likely to appear in the recruitment rally and expected turnout per day is 6000 per day. That the participants coming to participate in the recruitment process from all over the states do not face any problem the Collector Dr Sarveshwar Narendra Bhure has given necessary instructions for arrangement at a meeting. The collector said that in the recruitment rally, six thousand youths are expected to gather every day from all over the state. They will come to the city on the first day of recruitment and all necessary arrangement for their boarding and lodging should be made. He said that since this is a huge campaign, therefore, social organizations should be urged to participate in providing basic facilities to all the participants. The collector said that flex should be installed at important places including bus stand in the city so that the youth can get the necessary guidance regarding the stay and recruitment rally. These flex should also be installed in major places including the bus stand of every district headquarters so that the youth coming to the district do not have to wander much. Apart from this, stickers will also be pasted in buses etc. The collector said that the youth are social media savvy particularly through WhatsApp. Necessary facilities related messages should be circulated as much as possible through WhatsApp so that the control room and facility center number can reach more and more participants. Bhilai Commissioner Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Additional Collector Prakash Surve, PB Panchabhai, District Panchayat CEO Sachchidanand Alok, Assistant Collector Jitendra Yadav and other officials were present at the meeting. The Collector also reviewed the progress of the oxygen pipeline and SNCU in district hospital. Officials updated that work in these is almost finished. The collector said that it will be launched soon. He said that the process like Power Audit for oxygen pipeline should be completed so that everything related to security remains assured. He also directed to install air duct in MCH building.
The collector also took feedback of the morning visits of the officials of the civic body. Officials said that they conduct monitoring in the morning and have also directed subordinate officers in this regard. The collector said that complaints come to the ward office, which is then resolved by the staff of the urban body. It is also necessary to know about the quality of redressal and the level of satisfaction among citizen. For this it is necessary that the Commissioner and the CMO should meet those citizens in the wards, whose complaints have been resolved. The collector also inquired about the mobile medical unit. Bhilai Commissioner Rituraj Raghuvanshi informed that more than 70 cases are coming in the OPD every day.
Bhilai, Feb 09: