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HP Govt to Regularize PTA, PAT, PARA Teachers & Fill up 500 Posts in Education Department

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Shimla-The State Cabinet of Himachal Pradesh Government on June 25, 2020, held a meeting in which various decisions were taken including regularization the services of PTA, PAT and PARA teachers. The Government said it would benefit about 6500 PTA, 3300 PAT and 97 PARA teachers engaged in various government schools.

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The Cabinet also decided to fill up 500 posts of Junior Office Assistant (IT) on contract basis in the Education Department through Himachal Pradesh Staff Selection Commission Hamirpur.

The Cabinet gave its approval to create and fill up 42 posts of different categories in Himachal Pradesh State Human Rights Commission.

It also accorded its consent to create one post of Convener-cum-Advisor to Himachal Pradesh Nasha Niwaran Board under Excise and Taxation Department to tackle and overcome the menace of drug trafficking and drug abuse in the State.    

The Government would also create and fill up four posts of different categories in the newly created office of Prosecution Department attached with Additional District and Session Judge Court at Sarkaghat in Mandi district for its smooth functioning.

An extension was given for present tenders for the supply of food grains and essential commodities for the tribal and inaccessible areas of the State for the year 2020-21 on existing rates and on same terms.

The Cabinet gave its approval to open Primary Health Centre at Gram Panchayat Lech in district Chamba alongwith creation of three posts of different categories to man this Centre.

It also decided to create and fill up two posts of Perfusionist in Department of CTVS in Dr. Rajendra Prasad Government Medical College, Tanda to provide better heart care facility to the people of the area.

It gave its approval to create and fill up five posts of different categories in newly opened Sub Division of Public Works Department at Dera Baba Rudru (Basal) in district Una.

The Cabinet gave its approval to upgrade Government Middle School Bhud and Government High School Rampur in Solan district to Government High School and Government Senior Secondary School respectively alongwith creation and filling up of 10 posts of different categories.

Other HP Cabinet Decisions

It decided to enhance the award amount of War Jagir from existing Rs. 5000 to Rs. 7000 per annum to the families of war veterans.

It decided to extend the contract period for six months from 1st May 2020 to 31st October 2020 of M/s Tata Consultancy Services till the finalization of the tender process for the selection of new System Integrator by HP State Electronics Development Corporation for implementation of HP VAT-IT Project of Excise and Taxation Department.

It also gave its approval to issue Letter of Intent in favour of M/s Hillthrill Agro Processors Private Limited for setting up of winery based on fruits at Badhu in Chachiot tehsil of Mandi district.

The Cabinet also decided to issue Letter of Intent in favour of M/s Alcobrew Distilleries India Private Limited for setting up of distillery unit at village Kandla in district Solan with an investment of Rs. 65.39 crore.

Further, it also decided to issue letter of Intent in favour of M/s Alcobrew Distilleries India Private Limited for setting up of distillery unit at village Kandla in district Solan with an investment of Rs. 65.39 crore.

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Himachal: 80% Voter Turnout in 2nd Phase of Panchayat Polls

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Shimla-Himachal Pradesh Election Commission informed that the elections for 1208 Gram Panchayats were held today in the second phase in which around 80 percent polling was registered.

Overall, 75 COVID-19 patients and persons in isolation cast their votes as per the standard operating procedures.

The highest polling has been registered in Nandpur Gram Panchayat of Nalagarh developmental block of Solan district where the voter turnout was reported to be 96 percent.

The poll was held peacefully and there was no report of any untoward incident in the state. The counting of votes for Pradhan, Up-Pradhan and members was under the process and the results were awaited till late evening. The counting of votes for Zila Parishad and Panchayat Samiti will be held on 22 January 2021 at block headquarters.

Election-related process and results have been uploaded for the general public on sechimachal.nic.in.

The election for third and final phase for 1137 Panchayats would be held on 21 January 2021.

The first phase of elections to Panchayati Raj Institutions in Himachal Pradesh was held in 1228 Gram Panchayats on January 17, 2021. The overall polling percentage in the first phase was reported to 77.50%.

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Bird Flu Confirmed in Dead Poultry Dumped Near Himachal Borders, Ban on Poultry Products Extended   

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Himachal Pradesh Extends Ban on poultry

Shimla-Himachal Pradesh Government has temporarily extended the ban on entry of poultry and poultry products into the State from neighbouring states for one more week. A notification to this regard was issued on January 18, 2021.

 The Government said that during the past few days, there had been incidences of dumping of dead poultry in the border areas of the State. Samples were collected from these dead birds, and disposed of the remaining birds as per protocol, it said. NIHSAD Lab, Bhopal, has confirmed Avian Influenza-H5N8 in the dumped birds.

Hundreds of dead poultry birds were found dumped along the Parwanoo-Solan stretch on the National Highway. The police was yet to identify culprits responsible.

However, the State Government said that the Flu has not been detected in the local poultry.

The State Government said that a “Bird Flu” outbreak was notified on January 6, 2021, in Pong Dam wetland of district Kangra. The count for migratory bird death due to the Flu had mounted to 4936 till January 18, 2021. On January 17, only 21 migratory birds died in the Pong Dam wetland area.

The State Government said a sharp decline was reported in death of migratory birds due to avian influenza outbreak in the Pong dam lake wildlife sanctuary.

Ten Rapid Response Teams (RRTs) of Wildlife Wing would continue to work in the wetland for collection and safe disposal of dead birds as per protocol till no mortality is recorded. 

Till January 18, 2021 outbreaks of Avian Influenza have been confirmed in 5 States for poultry birds and in 9 States for crows, migratory and wild bird.

Culling of poultry birds had to be taken in all the affected epicentres including CPDO, Mumbai. Culling operation of poultry in Haryana was also underway. The outbreak has is causing losses worth crores to poultry farmers. 

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447 Cases of Adverse Effect Including 3 in Himachal Reported Post COVID-19 Vaccination

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Shimla– Amid skepticism over the COVID-19 vaccination, India has reported over 400 cases of adverse effect post-vaccination, informed the Ministry of Health. To be more specific, a total of 447 Adverse Event Following Immunization (AEFIs) were reported on 16th Jan & 17th Jan’21.

Out of these, three required hospitalization. Of these, one was discharged from Northern Railway Hospital Delhi within 24 hours; one was discharged from AIIMS Delhi, and one is under observation in AIIMS Rishikesh and is being monitored.

Most of the AEFIs reported so far are minor like Fever, Headache, Nausea etc.

In Himachal Pradesh, about three cases of AEFIs were reported on day 1 of vaccination drive. These were reported from Dr Rajendra Prasad Government Medical College Tanda, Kangra, Civil Hospital Paonta Sahib, and Maharishi Markandeshwar University Medical College, Solan.

In these cases, symptoms reported included dizziness, anxiety, nausea and shivering and persons recovered after management as per protocol, it was informed.

In Himachal, 2,499 health care workers were to be administered dose through 27 identified sites in the State on January 16. However, only 1535 healthcare workers could be vaccinated on the first day. It was 61 percent of this set target. The second round would be held today.  

Two types of COVID-19 vaccines have been supplied for the vaccination drive. These include Covishield vaccine (made by Serum Institute of India Ltd) that has been supplied to all States/UTs.

The second is Covaxin vaccine (made by Bharat Biotech International Ltd) that has been supplied to 12 States.

An Adverse Event Following Immunization (AEFI) is any unexpected medical occurrence which follows immunization. It may not be related to the vaccine or vaccination process. The Ministry had laid down protocols for reporting, immediate case management at vaccination session site, transportation and hospitalization and further care of such cases. Protocols are also in place for systematic investigation and causality assessment of serious AEFIs, the Ministry said.

India has vaccinated the highest number of persons on Day1 under its COVID19 vaccination program, the world’s largest such exercise.

Total of 2,24,301 beneficiaries have been vaccinated till today as per the provisional report.

The second day of the massive countrywide COVID-19 vaccination program was also conducted successfully. A total of 553 sessions were held in six States. As many as 17,072 beneficiaries were vaccinated on Day2, as per the provisional reports.

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