User: nsudha Topic: Malnutrition
Category: Anganwadis
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71st Republic Day celebration held across districts of Manipur 28.1.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
71st Republic Day celebration held across districts of Manipur
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Nemcha hands out gifts to children, eldery 26.1.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
Nemcha hands out gifts to children, eldery
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SW Minister distributes gifts to special home children 26.1.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
SW Minister distributes gifts to special home children
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CM’s gift to anganwadi workers 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Retirement age to be 62 Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced a monthly honorarium of Rs 10 thousand to anganwadi workers and Rs 5 thousand to sahayikas. Besides this the retirement age will also be 62 years like government employees. A travelling allowance will also be given to them. The Chief Minister urged the anganwadi workers and sahayikas to ensure best management of the anganwadis and work hard to free Madhya Pradesh of malnutrition. Chouhan was addressing an orientation workshop organized for anganwadi workers and sahayikas on nutrition campaign at his residence today. Anganwadi workers and sahayikas from all over the state took part in the workshop. CM Chouhan called upon the anganwadi workers and sahayikas to extend support in facing the challenge of removing malnutrition from Madhya Pradesh. He assured that no anganwadi worker or sahayika will be removed without investigation. If an anganwadi sahayika applies for anganwadi worker’s post, she will be given ...
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Gross Injustice 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Madhya Pradesh Government decision of not absorbing the Anganwadi staff in regular service as government class three and class four employee is an act of gross injustice to them and their outright exploitation. There are rendering great social service in education health, mid-day meals, self help group at the grass root level of vital importance. They are actually doing the government job than to the government is denying them the basic facilities of regular pay scales dearness allowances provident fund pension, transfer, medical benefits etc. There are being paid honorarium of Rs. 5000 per month to Anganwadi workers and 2500 to helpers there. The State Government must help them by absorbing as permanent government employees with all the facilities. For all practical purposes their deserve it. What a contrast the Modi Government has announced its intention of providing minimum salary of Rs. 18,000 to the government staff but Anganwadi staff being paid megre amount Rs. 5000 and Rs. 2500. No one ...
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Panchayat Secretary 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Chief Minister Mr Shivraj Singh Chouhan is on a election eve voting spree by accepting long pending demands employees of state government in different department. In Madhya Pradesh the teachers strike became permanent feature for many years. Recently Mr Chauhan accepted all their demands to integrate all the teachers in the government service within the Education Department. Their wages were enhanced.Mr Singh had already considered. Anganwadi workers and improved the salaries and status. The Chief Minister declared regularization of Panchayat Secretary and enhanced their pay scales. The women panchayat secretaries will get 180 days maternity leave. They are also eligible for compassionate appointment. There are moves to give enhanced pay scales to the Patwari also. The BJP Government is talking laud on enhancing employment and in education there are still vacancies of about 30,000 teachers and Chief Minister should see that all these posts are duly filled this year.
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Patwari on Warpath 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Patwaris of Madhya Pradesh the grass root field staff of the Revenue Administration will go on 15 day mass leave from May 1 to 15 to press for their 5-point demands but carry out the works of clean India and blood donations. Similarly the Aangenwadi staff also feeling the let down and will proceed in 5-day strike to press their demands. The Patwari leaders say that in May 2008 the Chief Minster Mr Shivraj Singh Chouhan assured us at Sarawad conference to settle our demands but nothing has been done far in these 10 years time. In the past the Patwaris offered 15 days strike in 2017 from April 10 to 25. The High Court directed the Patwaris to resume work and asked the State Government settle Patwaris issue in 90 days but the Government still has not done anything on their demands. Their demands include higher pay scales as they give services to 21 other departments, Patwaris may be declare as technical job, department (DPC) promotes waiving the condition of examination and training.The Anganwadi ...
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Bengaluru Buzz: 8,561 trees to be felled | BBMP tracking tax defaulters | HC stays slum eviction…and more 25.1.2020 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Over 8500 trees in city outskirts proposed to be felled for road widening, BBMP trying to update its list of tax defaulters, slum eviction in east Bengaluru - read more on news from the city this week, in our roundup
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DC inaugurates National Girl Child Day at Senapati 25.1.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
DC inaugurates National Girl Child Day at Senapati
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Mega event of BBBP Week on Jan 24 21.1.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
Mega event of BBBP Week on Jan 24
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Anganwadi centre being constructed in Majuli using waste plastic bottles 20.1.2020 The Assam Tribune
Anganwadi centre being constructed in Majuli using waste plastic bottles
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Woman Allegedly Kills Husband After He Finds Out About Her Affair 18.1.2020 NDTV News - Cities
The incident took place on Thursday night when the couple had an argument, following which the accused strangled her husband with a skipping rope.
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Minister Nemcha Kipgen graces Best Performers' Award 18.1.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
Minister Nemcha Kipgen graces Best Performers' Award
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Pre-school enrolment in Manipur's Bishnupur district lowest in India - ASER report 18.1.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
Pre-school enrolment in Manipur's Bishnupur district lowest in India - ASER report
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" Over 5 crore elementary students in the country lack in foundational literacy ": NEP 17.1.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
" Over 5 crore elementary students in the country lack in foundational literacy ": NEP
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Jaitley terms Swachh Bharat Abhiyan 'most successful scheme' of govt so far 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
New Delhi, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is arguably the most successful scheme launched by the Central Government so far. There has, in the past, been a general distrust of government schemes. The principal reason for this is that either the benefits don’t reach the targeted or that the projected parameters are never achieved. However, the Abhiyan is arguably the most successful one, Mr Jaitley wrote in his Facebook blog. When Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the Swachhata campaign in his Independence Day Speech of 2014, some believed that the scheme would be a photo-opportunity with very little progress. In the history of independent India, this is the one scheme which the people of India snatched away from the Government and converted into a ‘people’s movement’, Mr Jaitley said. He said, “When the scheme was announced, the rural sanitation coverage of India was 39 per cent. The Prime Minister announced a target that India be made ...
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PM hails Asha workers'efforts to improve delivery of health & nutrition services, announces doubling incentives 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
New Delhi, Appreciating efforts of Asha and Anganwadi workers to work together to improve the delivery of health and nutrition services and achieve the goal of reduction of malnutrition in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said if the children of the country are weak then its growth would also slow down. Interacting with the team of three As- the ASHA worker, Anganwadi worker and ANM (Auxiliary Nurse Midwife) from across the country through video conferencing, Mr Modi also announced the doubling of routine incentives given by the Union Government to ASHA workers. In addition, all ASHA workers and their helpers would be provided free insurance cover under Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana and Prime Minister Suraksha Bima Yojana. The Prime Minister also announced significant increase in the honorarium given to Anganwadi workers. Those receiving Rs. 3000 so far, would now receive Rs 4,500. Similarly those receiving Rs 2,200, would now get Rs 3,500. The honorarium for Anganwadi ...
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Patwari on Warpath 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Patwaris of Madhya Pradesh the grass root field staff of the Revenue Administration will go on 15 day mass leave from May 1 to 15 to press for their 5-point demands but carry out the works of clean India and blood donations. Similarly the Aangenwadi staff also feeling the let down and will proceed in 5-day strike to press their demands. The Patwari leaders say that in May 2008 the Chief Minster Mr Shivraj Singh Chouhan assured us at Sarawad conference to settle our demands but nothing has been done far in these 10 years time. In the past the Patwaris offered 15 days strike in 2017 from April 10 to 25. The High Court directed the Patwaris to resume work and asked the State Government settle Patwaris issue in 90 days but the Government still has not done anything on their demands. Their demands include higher pay scales as they give services to 21 other departments, Patwaris may be declare as technical job, department (DPC) promotes waiving the condition of examination and training.The Anganwadi ...
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CM’s gift to anganwadi workers 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Retirement age to be 62 Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced a monthly honorarium of Rs 10 thousand to anganwadi workers and Rs 5 thousand to sahayikas. Besides this the retirement age will also be 62 years like government employees. A travelling allowance will also be given to them. The Chief Minister urged the anganwadi workers and sahayikas to ensure best management of the anganwadis and work hard to free Madhya Pradesh of malnutrition. Chouhan was addressing an orientation workshop organized for anganwadi workers and sahayikas on nutrition campaign at his residence today. Anganwadi workers and sahayikas from all over the state took part in the workshop. CM Chouhan called upon the anganwadi workers and sahayikas to extend support in facing the challenge of removing malnutrition from Madhya Pradesh. He assured that no anganwadi worker or sahayika will be removed without investigation. If an anganwadi sahayika applies for anganwadi worker’s post, she will be given ...
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Gross Injustice 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Madhya Pradesh Government decision of not absorbing the Anganwadi staff in regular service as government class three and class four employee is an act of gross injustice to them and their outright exploitation. There are rendering great social service in education health, mid-day meals, self help group at the grass root level of vital importance. They are actually doing the government job than to the government is denying them the basic facilities of regular pay scales dearness allowances provident fund pension, transfer, medical benefits etc. There are being paid honorarium of Rs. 5000 per month to Anganwadi workers and 2500 to helpers there. The State Government must help them by absorbing as permanent government employees with all the facilities. For all practical purposes their deserve it. What a contrast the Modi Government has announced its intention of providing minimum salary of Rs. 18,000 to the government staff but Anganwadi staff being paid megre amount Rs. 5000 and Rs. 2500. No one ...
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