Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Oscar Award 2013 Winners


Oscar Winners 2013 List:The 55th Annual Academy Awards are finally being handed out today at Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, USA. The complete list of Oscar winners 2013 List is provide Live. Here is complete list of Oscar winners 2013:

Oscar Winners 2013 List Winners / Movies Name:
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Best Picture: "Argo"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis, "Lincoln"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Best Actress: Jennifer Lawrence, "Silver Linings Playbook"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Best Supporting Actor: Christoph Waltz, "Django Unchained"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Best Supporting Actress: Anne Hathaway, "Les Misérables"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Best Director: Ang Lee, "Life of Pi"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Animated Feature Film: "Brave"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Cinematography: "Life of Pi"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Costume Design: "Anna Karenina"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Documentary Feature: "Searching for Sugar Man"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Documentary Short: "Inocente"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Film Editing: "Argo"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Foreign Language Film: "Amour" (Austria)
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Makeup: "Les Misérables"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Original Score: "Life of Pi"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Original Song: "Skyfall" from "Skyfall"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Production Design: "Lincoln"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Short Film (Animated): "Paperman"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Short Film (Live Action): "Curfew"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Sound Editing: "Skyfall" & "Zero Dark Thirty" (tie)
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Sound Mixing: "Les Misérables"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Visual Effects: "Life of Pi"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Best Adapted Screenplay: "Argo"
* Oscar Winner 2013 for Best Original Screenplay: "Django Unchained"


Manchester of Rajasthan - Bhilwara


Bhilwara or Bhilwada city of Rajasthan is known as Manchester of Rajasthan for its major holding in textile business of Rajasthan and India. The major industry is textiles, with more than 400 manufacturing units in the town. The main textile product is synthetic fabric used in trousers. It began with a spinning and knitting company named mewar textile mills, owned by Industrialist Shri Sampatmal Lodha, started in year 1938. There after Shri Laxmi niwas Jhunjhunwala started his first unit for synthetic textile in the year 1961 at Bhilwara. Then many other units came up. The turnover of the textile industry is more than Rs. 10,000 crore p.a. The city has 9 major spinning mills and 5 small spinning mills. The total spindlage installed at Bhilwara are approx. 4.50 lacs about 40% of the State capacity.


Mahi Sagar Dam, Banswara, Rajasthan

Mahi Sagar Dam:  Mahi Bajaj Sagar Dam Project is situated in Banswara District of Southern Rajasthan. The Mahi river has a number of islands inside the Mahi Dam catchment area and thus Banswara is also known as the 'City of Hundred Islands'. Mahi Sagar Dam is situated 16 KM away from City where you can reach through local convenience of Bus, Autos etc.



Kaylana Lake, Jodhpur

Kaylana Lake, Jodhpur: Kaylana is an artificial lake located 8 kilometers (5 miles) north-west of Jodhpur. Built by Pratap Singh in 1872, the lake spreads over an area of 84 sq. km. It is believed that in the ancient past this region had palaces and gardens made by two rulers of Jodhpur - Bhim Singh and Takhat Singh. These made way for the making of Kalyana Lake. It is today a popular boating spot. 

A narrow strip of land separates Kaylana from another lake called Takhat Sagar. The Jodhpur-Jaisalmer highway passes through this stretch. The picturesque setting of this lake draws many. It is an excellent place for bird watchers as well. A bird watching point and a fort inside offer a vantage point for birding and sunset viewing respectively. One can also visit Machiya Safari Park en route. Just 1 kilometer from Kaylana Lake -- deer, desert fox, monitor lizard, blue bulls, rabbits, wild cats, mongoose, monkeys can be spotted here.

Jalore Mahotsav, Rajasthan | Jalore Festival

 Jalore Mahotsav 2013 will be held from 15th February to 17th February 2013 at Jalore stadium in Jalore district of Rajasthan. Jalore Mahotsav showcase the culture of Jalore and the best of the things Jalore district has to offer. Handicrafts, cattle, crops, plants, wild life, dance forms, Academic seminars, singing & dancing, village-life, sports, youth career guidance ,cultural programmes, trade fair, food-stalls,sports for all age-groups, Kavi sammelan, artificial rock-climbing etc.

For More details visit: http://jaloremahotsav.com

Indira Gandhi Canal, Rajasthan


Indira Gandhi Canal Rajasthan:Indira Gandhi Canal Project (इंदिरा गाँधीनहरपरियोजना ) is one of the most gigantic projects in the world aiming to dedesertify and transform desert waste land into agriculturally productive area. The project objectives include drought proofing, providing drinking water, improvement of environment, afforestation, employment, rehabilitation, development and projection of animal wealth and increasing agricultural produce. The project construction commenced in the year 1958. Though the project is only partially complete it has shown remarkable success. Indira Gandhi Nahar Project was designed to utilise 9,367 Mm3/yr of the total 10,608 Mm3/yr allocated to Rajasthan from the surplus waters of the Ravi and Beas rivers. The construction of the project has been divided into two stages.

Indira Gandhi Canal consists of the Rajasthan feeder canal (with the first 167 km in Punjab and Haryana and the remaining 37 km in Rajasthan) and 445 km of the Rajasthan main canal which is entirely within Rajasthan.This canal enters into Haryana from Punjab near Lohgarh village of Haryana,then running in western part of district Sirsa it enters into Rajasthan near Kharakhera village of Rajasthan. The IGNP traverses seven districts of Rajasthan: Barmer, Bikaner, Churu, Hanumangarh, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, and Sriganganagar.

Khoda Ganesh Ji Temple, Kishangarh Rajasthan



Khoda Ganesh Ji Temple is Gajanan ji Temple located nearly 15 Km from Kishangarh in Ajmer District of Rajasthan Khoda Ganesh Ji Mandir is build by Kishangarh Royal family nearly 250 years ago. 

Khoda Ganesh Ji Mandir is considered Holy place in Ajmer region and most newly wedded couple pray there for health and wealth. People use to come here every Wednesday or Sunday to do prayer to lord Ganesha, while mostly people visits Khoda Ganesh Ji temple on Wednesday.


Eklingji Temple Udaipur, Rajasthan

EKLINGJI TEMPLE UDAIPUR: 

Eklingji temple is located at a distance of about 22 km from Udaipur. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, a Hindu deity held in high regard by the kings of Mewar, the Eklingji Temple is believed to have been founded by Acharya Vishwaroop. The sprawling temple stretches over 2500 sq feet area and towers to a height of 65 feet. The temple has ramparts protecting it and is built of sandstone and marble, both indigenously available materials.
Begun in 971, the temple complex was built by the Guhila (later called Sesodia) dynasty of Mewar, in honor of their presiding deity Eklingji, a form of Lord Shiva. The beautifully sculpted temple complex includes 108 temples within its high walls. The main temple, which dates to the 15th century, was rebuilt from the ruins of an earlier destroyed temple. The walled complex is made of marble and granite and has an enormous double-storied, elaborately pillared hall or "mandap" under a vast pyramidal roof, with a four-faced image of Lord Shiva in black marble. Another temple in the complex is the Lakulish Temple; built in 971, it is the only temple of the Lakulish sect in the whole of India.

Chulia Waterfall, Chambal, Rajasthan



 

Chulia Waterfall:  Chulia fall or waterfall is one of main waterfall in Rajasthan on Chambal River. Chambal flows through the Kundal Plateau, and the Rana Pratap Sagar Dam is constructed at the lower end of this reach, about 1.6 km upstream of Chulia Falls. 
The chulia waterfall is 5 Km upstream of Chambal river near Bhainsrorgarh. The chulia is a series of huge potholes which have been excavated by chambal on small faults and joints in the kaimur sandstone, which forms the bed of the river near rawatbhata dam site.
Q. Chulia waterfall is situated on which river ?
A. Mahi
B. Banas
C. Chambal
D. Looni
Ans: C

Bhakti movement, Bhakti movement in Rajasthan

 

BHAKTI MOVEMENT-BHAKTI MOVEMENT IN RAJASTHAN: BHAKTI MOVEMENT IN MEDIEVAL INDIA IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MANY RITES AND RITUALS ASSOCIATED WITH THE WORSHIP OF GOD BY HINDUS, MUSLIMS AND SIKHS OF INDIAN SUBCONTINENT. BHAKTI MOVEMENT ORIGINATED IN ANCIENT TAMIL NADU IN 12TH CENTURY.  NAYANMARS AND ALVARS PLAYED MAJOR ROLE IN BHAKTI MOVEMENT. IT BEGAN TO SPREAD TO THE NORTH DURING THE LATE MEDIEVAL AGES WHEN NORTH INDIA WAS UNDER ISLAMIC RULE. THE MAIN PERIOD OF BHAKTI MOVEMENT IN RAJASTHAN IS EARLY 16TH CENTURY TO LATE 18TH CENTURY.  THE ISLAMIC RULERS WERE PRESSING PUBLIC TO CONVERT RELIGION FROM HINDU TO ISLAM. THE BHAKTI MOVEMENT WAS COUNTER TO THE PREVALENT CASTE IDEOLOGY WHICH WAS DIVIDING HINDUISM. SO, THE BHAKTI MOVEMENT HAS ITS OWN IMPORTANCE TO SAVE HINDUISM. THE MOVEMENT WAS SPONTANEOUS AND THE MYSTICS HAD THEIR OWN VERSIONS OF DEVOTIONAL EXPRESSION WHICH PLAY A MAJOR ROLE IN RAJASTHAN.

 Main Characteristics of Bhakti Movement:One chief characteristic of the Bhakti movement can be mentioned as belief in one God. A devotee could worship God by love and devotion. The second characteristic of the Bhakti movement was that there was no need to worship idols or to perform elaborate rituals for seeking his grace. The third feature on which the Bhakti saints laid stress was the equality of all castes. There was no distinction of high or low as far as the devotion to God was concerned. The fourth feature was the emphasis, which these saints laid on Hindu-Muslim unity. According to these saints all men irrespective of their religion are equal in the eyes of God. The saints preached in the language of the common people like Rajasthani, Khadi and other local language. They did not use Sanskrit, which was the language of the cultured few. These saints laid stress on purity of heart and practice of virtues like truth, honesty, kindness, and charity. Some saints regarded God as formless or Nirguna while others consider him as having different forms or Saguna. Most of Bhakti Movement saint in Rajasthan are of Saguna Bhakta.
 Important Bhakti Saints of Rajasthan:
1. Dadu Dayal
2. Sundar das
3. Meera Bai
4. Bhakhan
5. Wajind
6. Raghavdas
7. Lal Das
8. Charan Das
9. Movaji
10. Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti

Bhapang Music Instrument, Rajasthani Music Instrument




Bhapang Music Instrument: Bhapang is a rare single stringed percussion instrument affectionately known as a 'talking drum' It originates from the Mewati community in the Alwar district. It is known as a Chongar in Maharashtra, Apang in Gujarat and Tumba in the Punjab. The Bhapang emits a unique sound due to the gut string passing through a skin parchment. It has a varying pitch which requires rapid hand movements and dexterity for the innumerable slides, oscillations and grace notes that are necessary in producing a haunting melody. It is often played to accompany Bhajans - spiritual, devotional songs - and poetry. Positioned under the armpit and plucked, it has a wonderful ability to convey emotion and depth despite its superficial simplicity.
When bhapang is played the musician grasps a wooden handle that is attached to a string. The same string is attached to the membrane. During performance the drum emits a oscillating tone that gives the instrument its particular voice. A membrane of animal skin is attached with tacks to hold the instrument together. A string is attached from handle to membrane. Five small metal bells are attached to the handle.

SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 2013

Current Affairs March 2013


Q.1 Indian President visits which Country in First week of March 2013 ?
A. Pakistan
B. USA
C. Nepal
D. Bangladesh
Ans: D
Q.2 Nirbhaya Fund is related to ?
A. Woman security
B. Defence project
C. Nuclear project fund
D. Minority fund
Ans: A
Q3 .Which Indian receives Bangladesh's second highest award in March 2013 ?
A. Abdul Kalam Azad
B. Manmohan Singh
C. Pranab Mukharjee
D. Arvind Kejrival
Ans: C (Bangladesh President Zillur Rahman presented a crest of 'Bangladesh Muktijuddho Sanmanona' (Liberation War award) to President Mukherjee at a ceremony at the Darbar Hall in the Presidential Palace (Bangabhaban) on 4th March 2013.)
Q.4 Which PSU Oil company approve refinery in Rajasthan's Barmer district ?
A. IOCL
B. Oil India
C. OGNC
D. HPCL
Ans: D

Q.5 The New pope Fransis belong to which country ?
A. USA
B. UK
C. Brazil
D. Argentina
Ans: D (Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina is New Pope fransis).

TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2013

Administrative Structure of Rajasthan (राजस्थान का प्रशासनिक ढांचा)


divisional-map-of-rajasthan
  • Total Divisions in Rajasthan संभाग - 7
  • Number of Districts in Rajasthan जिले  - 33
  • No. of sub division उपखण्ड - 244
  • Jila Prishad जिला परिषद - 33
  • नगर निकाय - 184
  • Municipal Corporations नगर निगम - 5
  • Municipal Councils नगर परिषद - 13
  • Municipalities नगरपालिकाएं - 166
  • Number of Tehsil in Rajasthan तहसील - 244
  • Sub Tehsil उप तहसील - 104
  • पटवार मण्डल  - 10 हजार 40
  • Cities in Rajasthan State नगर  - 297
  • No. fo Panchayat Samitis - पंचायत समितियां   249
  • Gram Panchayat ग्राम पंचायत - 9 thousand 177
  • Number of villages in Rajasthan ग्राम - 39 thousand 753
  • Assembly Seats in Rajasthan विधानसभा सदस्य -  200
  • Parliament Seats लोकसभा सदस्य - 25
  • Rajya Sabha Seats राज्यसभा सदस्य - 10
  • जिला प्रमुख - 33
  • Pradhan प्रधान - 249

First in Rajasthan (राजस्थान में प्रथम)

First in Rajasthan (राजस्थान में प्रथम)

first-lady-cm-of-rajasthan
  1. First Assembly President of Rajasthan - Mr. Narottam Lal Joshi
  2. First Lady Chief Minister (CM) of Rajasthan - Smt. Vasundhra Raje
  3. First Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court - Mr. Kamal Kant Verma
  4. First Governor of Rajasthan - Mr. Gurumukh Nihal singh
  5. First Lady Minister - Smt. Kamla Beniwal
  6. First Rajasthani Honoured with Dr. Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar Award -  Mr. Govardhan Mehta
  7. First Rajasthani Film - Nijarano
  8. First Lady Pilot of State - Namrata Bhatt

Mukhaya Mantri Anna Suraksha Yojan (मुख्यमंत्री अन्ना सुरक्षा योजना )


Mukhaya-Mantri-Anna-Suraksha-Yojan-rajasthanRajasthan Govt. scheme - Mukhaya Mantri Anna Suraksha Yojan Efforts to Control Prices
  • Under the Mukhya Mantri Anna Surksha Yojana. it is being ensured that 36 lakh poor families get 25 Kg. of wheat every month at the rate of Rs. 2 per Kg. If the family desires fortified flour (with Iron, Folic Acid and Vitamin B12), instead of wheat, then the same is provided at Rs. 3.60 per Kg. An annual subsidy to the tune of Rs. 350 crores is being provided for the Scheme.
  • Upto 10 Kg. fortified flour is being provided the APL families at the rate of Rs. 8.10 per Kg. in 10 districts and Rs. 8.60 per Kg. in the remaining districts of the State.
  • In the Jaipur and Jodhpur districts, where sufficient number of flour mills are in operational, fortified flour is being provided at all the places in these districts. hile in the remaining districts, the same is being provided at the district headquarters, sub divisional headquarters, municipality and panchayat samiti headquarters.

  • Tea at the rate of Rs. 140 per Kg. is being also made available at all the fair price shops, dairy booths and consumer stores in the State.
  • Ration is being distributed with complete transparency in the presence of government employees at the fair price shops between 22nd - 28th of every month.
  • The Rajasthan State Food and Civil Supplies Corporation has been constituted and has started functioning. It is supplying items to the consumers through the Public Distribution System (PDS) at cheaper rates than the market.
  • Wheat, rice, pulses, grain, wheat flour, fortified wheat flour, chowkar, maida, suji and all types of kerosene have been exempted from VAT, thus providing relief in tune of Rs. 300 crores to the public.
  • The subsidy of Rs. 25 per cylinder is being provided on the domestic LPG. Rs.125 crore subsidy is being provided by the State Government on 5 crore cylinders being sold in the State every year.
  • Similarly, concession of 54 paisa per litre on the increased rate of diesel is being provided by the State government, which has provided a relief of Rs. 250 crore to the public.

Mukhya Mantri Gramin BPL Awas Yojana (मुख्यमंत्री ग्रामीण बी.पी.एल. आवास योजना)

Mukhya Mantri Gramin BPL Awas Yojana (मुख्यमंत्री  ग्रामीण बी.पी.एल. आवास योजना)

BPL-Awas-Yojanaराज्य की ऐतिहासिक "मुख्यमंत्री  ग्रामीण बी.पी.एल. आवास योजना" की शुरुआत ३ जून, २०११ को यूपीए चेयरपर्सन श्रीमती सोनिया गांधी द्वारा बांसवाडा में की गई । योजनान्तर्गत आगामी 3 वर्षों में इन्दिरा आवास योजना को शामिल करते हुए 10 लाख बीपीएल परिवारों को आवास उपलब्ध कराये जायेंगे । इस योजना के लिए राज्य सरकार द्वारा हुडको से ३४०० करोड रुपये का ऋण लिया जायेगा।

The historic Mukhaya Mantri Gramin BPL Awas Yojana was inaugurated by  UPA Chairperson Smt. Sonia Gandhi at Banswara on 3rd June, 2011. Under the Scheme, 10 lakh BPL families would be provided houses in the next three years including the Indira Awas Yojana. The State Government would take a loan of Rs. 3,400 crores from HUDCO for the same. Against a target of 4.37 lakh houses, over 3.94 lakh houses have been sanctioned

MONDAY, MARCH 18, 2013

Story of Rajasthan Formation (राजस्थान के गठन की कहानी...)


sardar-vallabhbhai-patel-maker-of-rajasthanवर्तमान राजस्थान (Re-organised Rajasthan) का स्वरूप विभिन्न सात चरणो की प्रक्रिया (Seven Stages of formation of Rajasthan) पूर्ण हाने के बाद बना जिसका संक्षिप्त विवरण निम्नानुसार हैः- (1948-1956)

(1) मत्स्य संघ (MATSYA UNION) -18 मार्च, 1948

राजस्थान (Rajasthan) का प्रथम महत्त्वपूर्ण चरण में 27 फरवरी, 1948 को अलवर, भरतपुर, धौलपुर और करौली की रियासतों के विलीनीकरण कर 18 मार्च, 1948 को ’’मत्स्य संघ’’ का निर्माण हुआ। जिसका नाम श्री कन्हैयालाल माणिक्यलाल मुंशी के सुझाव पर’’मत्स्य’’रखा गया। जिसका उद्घाटन तत्कालीन केन्द्रिय खनिज एवं विद्युत मंत्री श्री नरहरि विष्णु गाड़गिल ने किया।

(2) राजस्थान संघ (RAJASTHAN UNION) -25 मार्च, 1948

राजस्थान (Rajasthan) के एकीकरण के दूसरे महत्त्वपूर्ण चरण में 25 मार्च,1948 को कोटा, बूंदी, झालावाड, बांसवाडा, डुंगरपुर, प्रतापगढ, किशनगढ, टोंक, कुशलगढ़ (चीफशिप्स) और शाहपुरा रियासतों को मिलाकर ’’राजस्थान संघ’’ का निर्माण किया गया। जिसका उद्घाटन भी श्री नरहरि विष्णु गाडगिल ने ही किया।

(3) संयुक्त राजस्थान (UNITED STATE OF RAJASTHAN) -18 अप्रेल, 1948

राजस्थान (Rajasthan) के तीसरे चरण में 18 अप्रेल, 1948 को उदयपुर रियासत का राजस्थान संघ में विलीनीकरण होने पर ’’संयुक्त राजस्थान’’ का निर्माण हुआ। जिसका उद्घाटन इसी दिन उदयपुर में भारत के प्रथम प्रधानमंत्री पं. जवाहरलाल नेहरू ने किया। वस्तुतः वर्तमान राजस्थान का स्वरूप इसी समय बना और यहीं से इसके निर्माण का मार्ग प्रशस्त हुआ।

(4) वृहद् राजस्थान (GREATER RAJASTHAN) - 30 मार्च, 1949

राजस्थान (Rajasthan) के चैथे चरण में 14 जनवरी, 1949 को उदयपुर की एक सार्वजनिक सभा में सरदार पटेल ने जयपुर, बीकानेर, जोधपुर, लावा (चीफशिप्स) और जैसलमेर रियासतों को वृहद राजस्थान में सैद्धांतिक रूप से सम्मिलित होने की घोषणा की। इस निर्णय को मूर्त रूप देने के लिए सरदार पटेल ने 30 मार्च, 1949 को जयपुर में आयोजित एक समारोह में वृहद राजस्थान का उद्घाटन किया।

(5) संयुक्त वृहद् राजस्थान (मत्स्य का विलय) (UNITED STATE OF GREATER RAJASTHAN) - 15 मई, 1949

1 मई, 1949 को भारत सरकार (Govt of India) ने मत्स्य संघ को वृहद राजस्थान में मिलाने के लिए विज्ञप्ति जारी की और 15 मई, 1949 को मत्स्य संघ वृहद् राजस्थान का अंग बन गया। साथ ही नीमराना (चीफशिप्स) को भी इसमें शामिल कर लिया गया।

(6) राजस्थान (सिरोही का विलय) UNITED RAJASTHAN - 7 फरवरी, 1950

संयुक्त वृहद् राजस्थान सिरोही के विलय के प्रश्न पर राजस्थानी एवं गुजराती नेताओं के मध्य काफी मतभेद थे अतः 26 जनवरी, 1950 में सिरोही का विभाजन करने और आबू व देलवाडा तहसीलों को बम्बई प्रान्त और शेष भाग को राजस्थान में मिलाने का फैसला लिया गया। इसकी क्रियान्विति 7 फरवरी, 1950 को हुई। लेकिन आबू व देलवाड़ा को बम्बई प्रान्त में मिलाने के कारण राजस्थान वासियों में व्यापक प्रतिक्रिया हुई जिससे 6 वर्ष बाद राज्यों के पुनर्गठन के समय इन्हें वापस राजस्थान को देना पडा।

(7) वर्तमान राजस्थान (अजमेर का विलय) RE-ORGANISED RAJASTHAN - 1 नवम्बर, 1956

भारत सरकार द्वारा श्री फजल अली की अध्यक्षता में गठित राज्य पुनर्गठन आयोग की सिफारिशों के आधार पर 1 नवम्बर, 1956 को तत्कालीन अजमेर मेरवाडा राज्य को भी राजस्थान में विलीन कर दिया गया। इसी के साथ मध्य प्रदेश के मंदसौर जिले की मानपुरा तहसील का ग्राम ’’सुनेलटप्पा’’ राजस्थान में शामिल किया गया जबकि राजस्थान के झालावाड जिले का ग्राम ’’सिरोंज’’ मध्यप्रदेश को स्थानान्तरित किया गया। इस प्रकार से वर्तमान राजस्थान (Rajasthan) के निर्माण की प्रक्रिया सात चरणों में समाप्त हुई और 19 देशी रियासतों और 3 चीफशिप्स वाले क्षेत्रों की जनता एकतंत्र से मुक्त होकर लोकतंत्र की मुख्यधारा में शामिल हुई। भारत सरकार द्वारा गठित राव समिति की सिफारिशों के आधार पर 7 सितम्बर, 1949 को जयपुर राजस्थान राज्य की राजधानी बनी।

Rajasthan Rising Recognitions


1. The Hon'ble Prime Minister of India honoured Rajasthan with an award of Rs 1.00 Cr. and a certificate under the 'Krishi Karman Puruskar' for the optimum production of 32.32 lakh tonnes of pulses in the State in the year 2010-11.
2. Rajasthan received first prize of Rs 1.5 Cr. and a certificate from the Government of India on the Rashtriya Panchayat Divas Samaroh for the effective transfer of departments to Panchayati Raj Institutions along with funds, functions and functionaries up to the district level.
3. The Government of India honoured the State Government for achievingfirst position in NRHM for the year 2010.
4. Zila Pramukh of Barmer district, Smt Madan Kaur has been honored by the Government of India for constructing 44 thousand tankas for harvesting drinking water in Barmer district under MGNREGA.
5. According to the IInd Annual Employment & Unemployment Survey 2011-12, conducted by the Labour Bureau of the Union Labour and Employment Ministry situated in Chandigarh, Rajasthan stands third in the country in terms of low unemployment. Rajasthan has only 17 unemployed persons per thousand in comparison to the national average of 38.
6. Rajasthan has been awarded with the National Tourism Award for being the second best state for its outstanding performance during the year 2010-11.
7. Rajasthan holds first position in the country in the implementation of National Rural Drinking Water Supply Programme (2011-12) with score of 75.37 points.
8. Udaipur of Rajasthan has been selected as the best leisure destination of India and honored with the Cond'e Nast Traveler (CNT) award on 1st December, 2011.
9. Due to allotment of housing 'pattas' in the 'Prashasan Gaon Ke Sang Campaign', an additional Rs 346 Cr. have been provided by the Government of India for the additional 95,702 houses under the Indira Awas Yojana as an incentive.
10. District Ajmer has been awarded for best efforts and achievements inSaksharth Bharat Karyakram on 8 September, 2012 (World Literacy Day) by Government of India.
11. NIC, Rajasthan got the 'Public Choice Award' of e-World Forum 2012 for its website 'Apna Khata' for the best efforts made in information & communication technology in the area of rural development.
12. Rajasthan Electronics and Instrumentations Limited has received Skoch Digital Inclusion Award 2012 for online monitoring of Panchayati Raj programmes.

Mukhya Mantri Nishulk Dawa Yojana- Rajasthan Govt Scheme


The Rajasthan State Government has taken an unprecedented decision to start the Mukhya Mantri Nishulk Dava Yojna for providingSchemes-of-Government-of-Rajasthan-in-Health the essential medicines free of cost to all patients in all the government hospitals CHCs/PHCs and dispensaries from 2nd October, 2011. The Scheme has been widely welcomed by the people. The number of OPD as well as IPD patients in the Government hospitals has increased substantially.

A large number of people in the State are not able to afford the expenditure of their treatment. High expenditure on health care is the major cause of rural indebtedness. The State Government has realized this problem of the common citizen and started the scheme of free drug distribution to all citizens from 2nd October, 2011. The scheme is providing qualitative medicines & surgical free of cost. Rajasthan Medical Services Corporation has been constituted for purchase of medicines, which is supplying medicines to all government health institutions through District Drug Warehouses established in all the districts of the State.
मुख्यमंत्री नि:शुल्क दवा योजना राज्य सरकार द्वारा अभूतपूर्व निर्णय लेकर राज्य में २ अक्टूबर, २०११ से समस्त राजकीय चिकित्सा संस्थानों में बी.पी.एल. के साथ-साथ अन्य सभी मरीजों को १४,७३७ वितरण केन्द्रों से सर्वाधिक आवश्यक दवाइयां नि:शुल्क उपलब्ध कराने हेतु ‘मुख्यमंत्री नि:शुल्क दवा योजनाङ्क प्रारम्भ की गई है। ङ्घ सरकारी चिकित्सा संस्थानों में सभी वर्गों के मरीजों को अतिआवश्यक दवाइयां एवं सर्जिकल्स नि:शुल्क। १३,८३१ चिकित्सा इकाइयों के १४,७३७ दवा वितरण केन्द्रों पर २ अक्टूबर, २०११ से प्रारम्भ। इस योजना को पूरे देश में सराहा गया है। राज्य की समस्त ७ करो‹ड जनता को वार्षिक ३००
करो‹ड रुपये के बजट प्रावधान के साथ अभूतपूर्व राहत । ङ्घ मेडिकल कॉलेज से संबंधित अस्पताल में ४००-४५०, जिला अस्पताल में ३२५-४००, सीएचसी में
१५०-२५०, पीएचसी में १००-१५० एवं उप केन्द्र में २०-३० दवाइयां, सर्जिकल्स एवं सूचर्स निःशुल्क उपलब्ध कराए जा रहे हैं। ङ्घ गम्भीर बीमारियोंं जैसे कैन्सर की २१, हृदय-रोग की ३५, डायबिटीज की १३ एवं श्वास-दमा की १२ दवाइयां मरीजों को उपलब्ध। बालिकाओं, वृद्धजनों, विशेष योग्यजनों एवं गरीबों को सबसे
ज्यादा फायदा। योजना के संचालन हेतु राजस्थान मेडिकल सर्विसेज कॉरपोरेशन का गठन एवं संचालन। ङ्घ गत एक वर्ष में इस योजना के क्रियान्वयन से गरीब जनता के १५९१.८९ करो‹ड रुपये की शुद्ध बचत। ङ्घ स्वास्थ्य केन्द्रों में मरीजों में औसतन वृद्धि लगभग ५० प्रतिशत। एक वर्ष में ७.६३ करो‹ड मरीज
लाभान्वित।

IMPORTANT POINTS OF SCHEME

  • Started on Oct2, 2011
  • Objective
    • Qualitative medical services at low cost -.
    • Reduce cost in treatment
  • RMSCL established to purchase drugs
  • Essential medicines made available free of cost to patients
  • Free of cost Surgicals- Needles, Disposable syringes, IVA Bldd afusion Set, Sutures etc
  • Drug distribution centers as per timings of OPD and 24 hrs for IPD
  • Beneficiaries:
    • OPD patients
    • IPD patients
    • Those included as beneficiaries of MMJRK

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 2013

Mangarh Hills, Rajasthan


Mangarh Hills, Rajasthan: Mangarh Hills / Pahadiya is located in Banswara District of Sourthern Rajasthan. Mangarh Hills have its significance because of Independence war between English and Tribal people of Rajasthan. Over 500 odd tribal martyrs were killed by British Rulers, in Santrampur taluka of tribal dominated Panchmahals district. The Chief Minister has earlier announced to launch State level Van Mahotsav from this historic place to commemorate the martyrdom of these unknown tribal freedom fighters who were disciples of Govind Guru.


Q. Mangarh in Banswara district of Rajasthan is known for ? Rajasthan Police 2013.
Answer: Tribal people killed by British / English

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