CM Yogi Adityanath Calls for Reforms

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Monday directed officers of the Basic and Secondary Education Department to maintain files for extra than three days; otherwise, a strict movement might be initiated against them. He asked the officials to shape ‘Shiksha Seva Ayog’ to recruit teachers.

Adityanath changed into conserving an overview meeting with the kingdom’s Basic and Secondary Education Department officers. “If any document stays for extra than three days in the departments, strict movement may be taken in opposition to the officer concerned,” he advised the officers, reprimanding them for the postponement in supplying textbooks, luggage, and uniforms to youngsters.

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According to a legit launch, the leader minister stated that the choice to the most important post must be made beneath the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission, and ‘Shiksha Seva Ayog’ must be fashioned to keep transparency in the recruitment manner. During the meeting, he directed the officials to improve the best training in faculties and asked them to behavior surprise visits at the academic establishments.

Adityanath emphasized installing solar panels in faculties and asked principals to paint under the Kayakalp Scheme. He further asked them to hyperlink Akshay Patra of Lucknow and Mathura with Aadhaar playing cards under the mid-day meal scheme.

According to the reliable release, commands have also been issued to improve the Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya up to the secondary level and test the first-class of milk distributed once a week in the colleges.

Adityanath said instructors in the kingdom must be presented, and the criteria for honoring them must be fixed. He introduced that ‘Basic Shiksha Adhikaris’ (BSAs), who has been serving at one location for decades, should be transferred.

The leader minister has asked the officials to visit the colleges and talk with the principals, teachers, and employees twice in 12 months. Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma, Minister of State for Basic Education and Child Development Anupama Jaiswal, and UP Chief Secretary Anup Chandra Pandey have also been present. ​

Bengal Teen Critical After Bullet Hits Him Amid Clashes Between BJP, TMC

Kolkata: A teenage boy is in critical circumstance after he sustained bullet accidents in conjunction with two others following a clash among employees of the Trinamool Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) at Patrasayer in West Bengal’s Bankura district.

A conflict erupted inside the region on Saturday after the BJP activists allegedly shouted “Jai Shri Ram” slogans at Trinamool people when they returned from a Trinamool Congress rally led by nation Minister and senior party leader Suvendu Adhikari.

Following the clashes, a 14-12 months-vintage victim, Soumen Bauri, struggles with his life at Bankura Medical College and Hospital.

Expressing the problem over the teen’s injury, BJP nation President Dilip Ghosh stated it’s unfortunate that humans are being shot for shouting a slogan.

“How can one open fireplace for chanting Jai Shri Ram? Where have we reached? Is this Pakistan?” Ghosh talked about.

BJP’s Bankura MP Subhas Sarkar has accused the police of firing and targeting his party employees.

“All three injured folks sustained bullet wounds. Police said they’d fired rubber bullets; that’s unfaithful”, Sarkar stated after visiting the victims at the Bankura Medical College.
Jammu: A 30-12 months-antique authorities instructor changed into Sunday was observed hanging from a tree in a forest region in the Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir, with police suspecting it to be a case of suicide.

The deceased became identified as Farooq Ahmad Mir, a resident of Hariwalla village, police legit stated. He said Mir’s body became determined to strike from a tree in a wooded area adjacent to his village.

Quoting preliminary research, he said it seems to be a case of suicide. Still, the motive behind his taking such an excessive step is no longer recognized immediately.