Assessment will be done by following physical distance

Evaluation of high school and intermediate answer sheets of Secondary Education Council Prayagraj Uttar Pradesh will start again from May 5. Teachers engaged in evaluation of answer sheets will be seated at all assessment centers following the rules of physical distance. The DIOS has imposed a date-wise duty to appraise teachers in following physical distance. Along with this, items for sanitizer, handwash will be provided at the centers. All four assessment centers will be sanitized before the evaluation begins.

The evaluation work of the answer sheets of the UP board examinations was postponed by the government and secondary education department. District school inspector Rajesh Kumar said that the evaluation work of the answer sheets of the UP board will begin on May 5. He said that four evaluation centers for evaluation of answer books will be sanitized to Government Inter College Bijnor, Government Girls Inter College Bijnor, RJP Inter College Bijnor and Bijnor Inter College Bijnor. Teachers will be seated at the assessment centers following physical distance. Accordingly, the duty of teachers was imposed. The DIOS stated that the examiners coming for the evaluation work of the answer books at the evaluation centers were allowed to appear at the evaluation centers based on the identity card issued by the Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council Prayagraj, the identity card issued by the Deputy Inspector of the concerned evaluation center. Will be provided

Foot march carried out in lock down

Police took out a flag march on Saturday evening. The flag march was launched from the agency crossroads, which took place at Haldore crossroads via mohallas at Joshian, Maulavian, Chaudharian, Holiwala Dharamshala, Sarai Joka, Main Bazaar, Ghasmandi, Naudha etc. During this time, the police, without reason, instructed the people roaming the streets to follow the lock down. He instructed that action will be taken against anyone who tries to violate the lock down. In-charge inspectors SP Singh, Ashish Tomar, Anuj Tomar, Rajendra Prajapati etc. were included during this period.

March on foot in Noorpur

Dialogue source, Noorpur: Station in-charge inspector Sanjay Kumar Panchal told that the lock down in the city is being fully implemented. The town’s hot spot zone is completely sealed. In the month of Ramadan, the supply of essential food items, fruits and vegetables is being made in the Muslim population on time. Full care is being taken to ensure that citizens do not face any kind of problem. Keeping in view the security system, foot march was carried out in the city and left the bike riders roaming the streets without reason.

March march on foot in the Kotwali countryside

Dialogue source Kotwali countryside: In-charge inspector Manoj Kumar and SSI Sanjeev Kumar monitor the lockdown due to corona virus infection effectively for the next 14 days on Sunday afternoon at village Karaunda Pachdu, with the team all over the village on foot Marched

Police personnel ‘news’ carrying out flag march in Nahtaur

Bike rally held in hot spot

Dialogues, Hempur Deepa: Police on Sunday conducted a foot march in the area’s hotspot village Rehra and Naseerpur Sheikh and instructed the villagers not to leave the house in any case. Under the supervision of in-charge inspector Vinod Kumar Tyagi, both reached the village and marched on foot after taking out a bike rally. He gave strict instructions to the villagers that all should live in their respective homes. Do not leave the house at all, otherwise strict action will be taken against them.

Registration of one thousand migrant workers in labor department

Registration in the labor department of migrant workers returning from non-states and non-districts has been constituted at the tehsil level. Labor registration has been done for 329 workers from Uttarakhand and 422 from Haryana and 152 workers in Najibabad in Bijnor.

In the second phase of lockdown, the process of return of migrant workers working in non-states and non-districts started. First 422 workers arrived in Bijnor riding in roadways buses. On Saturday, 329 workers came from Uttarakhand to Bijnor by roadways buses. After getting all these workers checked with a thermal screener at the roadways bus stand, registration in their labor department was completed.

152 Registration of laborers.

Najibabad: 152 workers from Ambala, Yamunanagar, Jagadhri etc. areas of Haryana State were quarantined at the Quarantine Center at NIIT, Najibabad. On Sunday, SDM Sangeeta reached the quarantine center to know the condition of the workers. On the instructions of SDM, Labor Officer Arvad Dhiman started the registration of all 152 workers in the center campus. A camp is being organized in the Bijnor campus of Roadways Depot for registration of workers. Workers are also being given the benefit of the scheme and a seven-day ration kit.

Registration in the labor department of migrant workers returning from non-states and non-districts will be formed at the tehsil level, as well as camps will be set up at the concerned roadways bus stand.

Pradeep Kumar, Assistant Labor Commissioner.

No noise of water at the shrine, silence will remain This time there will not be Matami Majlis, every year Zairin comes from home and abroad

The world famous dargah-e-allia najfe in Hinduu Jogirampuri remains in a state of confusion regarding the annual Majlis event. The four-day annual Majlis is proposed in the first week of June. Lockdown-3 has been announced by the government till 17 May. Due to the frequent occurrence of corona virus, this will be the first time that where millions of people reach to pray in four days, there will be complete silence.

The world famous Jogirampuri Dargah is about seven kilometers from Najibabad. The four-day annual Matami Majlis is held every year at the Dargah. In these Majlis, Shia scholars from all over the country and abroad take the message of Hazrat Imam Hussain to the people through Matami Majlis. Maula Ali’s Dargah, Roza-e-Bibi Fatima, Roza-e-Hazrat Abbas and Sayyad Raju’s Mazar located in Jogirampuri is the center of reverence and faith of the Shia community. People coming to the Dargah to pray in the Majlis are not only concerned with history, but also beg for Shifa from diseases and pray for Khair-o-Barkat in life.

The Jogirampuri Dargah Committee starts preparations for organizing the Majlis a month in advance with the help of district and local administration, but this time it has not been possible. The corona virus infection in the country and the world is not stopping. The government has extended the lockdown period to 17 May. Zarine is visited every year from all corners of the country and abroad. This time due to all the resources of transportation being closed, this time Zairin will not be able to come from outside areas.

In Jogirampuri, the dargah of Aaliya Najaf was lying silent in the area. -Awakening

Dargah committee is doing Khidmat

Before the lockdown implemented to prevent the corona virus, several zerines had come to the dargah to pray. Such devotees have been quarantined in the Dargah complex itself. Since the start of the lockdown, till now such people have been arranged for their food and stay by following the lockdown. The administration is also taking care of them.

Given the Corona virus infection, this time there will be no precautionary measures. A formal announcement will be made after talking to the chairman of the Shia Waqf Board and meeting with the Majlis Intejamiya Committee.

Zafar Mujtaba, Secretary Jogirampuri Dargah Najibabad.