20 - 09 - 2019

Festival advance for govt employees declared

Agartala, Sept 17,2019: Festival advance for the government employees of all categories as been declared by the state government While group-A and B employees are allowed to get festival allowance of Rs. 5000 and Rs. 5500, other employees- C, D, fixed pay, DRW can draw Rs. 5000, according to an official notification issued yesterday.However, the government is yet to declare bonus for Durga puja. An official notification on bonus would be notified very shortly.

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TSR 8th Bn holds blood donation camp

Agartala, Sept 16,2019:Altogether 65 TSR jawans and officers donated blood  for the welfare of human kind during a voluntary blood donation camp held at 8th TSR battalion headquarters at Lalcherra under Dhalai district on Monday.

 Commandant of the battalion Nabadwip Jamatia along with other officials  inaugurated the voluntary blood donation camp. Medical officer Dr. Karuna Kanti Debbarma was also present.

In his inaugural speech, Commandant of the battalion, Jamatia   said that the jawans of TSR along with their law and order duties has always extends their helping hand towards their social commitment. Every year, the jawans of 8th battalion TSR  organise blood donation camp along with donation camp for eyes and body, which reflected the social responsibilities of TSR.

“ Agartala Chalo” on Sept 16 by DYFI, TYF

Agartala, Sept 15,2019:  DYFI and TYF state committee will organize ‘Agartala Chalo” march on September 16, demanding fulfillment of all vacant posts in various  state government departments. Both youth organization of CPM claim that ruling   BJP have failed to fulfill one promise made in vision document. Before organizing march, there will be a gathering near Rabindra Bhawan at 12 noon. The main demands are alternate arrangement and permanent solution for terminated 10323 adhoc teachers, immediate filling of  12000 non teaching  posts created by previous government, making permanent of all GRS and contractual workers etc.        

 

TET exam schedule announced

Agartala, Sept 14,2019:  The schedule for TET exam as been announced. Exam for TET – paper one will held on October 26 and TET paper – two on October 20. The exam will held without professional qualification ( BEd or DELEd) as part of one time relaxation. Total candidates applied for both exam are 134768. For TET – one 76434 candidates and for TET – two 58334. The exam will held in 250 centre’s  set up in all eight districts.

12 –hour strike receives mixed response in Unakoti district

Kailasahar, Sept 12,2019: The 12 – hour strike called by Unakoti district congress  on Thursday received  immense response. More than 500 congress picketers including senior congress leader Birajit Sinha was arrested by police.  Later Sinha speaking to media said the strike received immense response in entire district. People have supported the strike whole heartedly against the misrule of BJP – IPFT govt. All government offices, schools, colleges and business establishment remained closed. However ruling  BJP claimed the strike did not get any response from people and life was normal in the district.

Richard Debbarma awarded as best CDPO of TTAADC

Agartala, Sept 12,2019: TTAADC social welfare and social education department on Thursday   organized a prize distribution ceremony for the year 2016 – 17 and 2017 -18. CEM of TTAADC, Radhacharan Debbarma was present in the programee as chief guest. The programme was held at Manu Town hall. Prizes  were given to all best achievers of the  department working in TTAADC. Among the achievers Richard Debbarma, CDPO ( Child Development Project Officer) of Chailentga got the best CDPO award for the year  2016 -17. CEM Debbarma handed over to him a cheque of Rs 10 thousand and a memento.