Monday, October 26, 2015
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Sunday, October 25, 2015
Telangana State Symbols:
The Telangana government has announced the following four icons for the new State:
- The State Bird – Palapitta (Indian Roller or Blue Jay).
- The State Animal – Jinka (Deer).
- The State Tree – Jammi Chettu (Prosopis Cineraria).
- The State Flower – Tangedu (Tanner's Cassia).
These icons reflect the culture and tradition of Telangana state and three of them – Tangedu flowers, Blue Jay and Jammi Chettu – are associated with the popular festivals of Batukamma and Dasara. While Tangedu flowers are used in stacking of Batukammas, spotting the Blue Jay on Dasara is considered a good omen and people worship Jammi Chettu on that day.
Palapitta: Lord Rama spotted the Palapitta before invading Lanka and vanquished Ravana. Palapitta has been chosen to put Telangana on the path of victory
Jinka: Deer is deeply associated with Indian history and a reference to this graceful animal was there in the great epic Ramayana. It can survive in the smallest forests also. It reflects the mindset of the people of Telangana as it is very sensitive and innocent.
Jammi Chettu: Pandavas had vanquished a large army of Kauravas only after performing worshipping the Jammi Chettu. They had hidden their weapons on a Jammi Chettu when they had been forced into exile in the forests. Now, Telangana requires the blessings of the Jammi Chettu.
Tangedu Flower: Tangedu flower which is used during the Batukamma festival by women folk is the most appropriate choice as the state flower.
Mission Kakatiya (మిషన్ కాకతీయ) –
Development and restoring of 46300 tanks in telangana will be done. For this prestigious project government of TS is spending about 20,000 crore INR. Main purpose of this mission is to provide water for various sectors like farming sector, livestock sector and many more. By this mission there will be more economy to telangana and the production values will also be increased in a positive way. This mission is also known as " Mana Vooru Mana Cheruvu ". The name " Kakatiya " for the mission was taken from our ancient kakatiya rulers who had a great vision for improving irrigation facilities at telangana state. This project was started in the month of July 2014 year.
Telangana Water Grid Project Mission –
The motto of " Telangana Water Grid " (TWG) project is to provide 100 litres of healthy drinking water per individual in rural areas. while coming to urban areas each person should get 150 litres of healthy clean pure drinking water. TWG project is one of the prestigious projects list of telangana state. Irrigation minister Mr. Harish Rao has been working on this project from the day of his appointment as minister. This project is one of the main thing in the telangana's to-do list. The government will be using latest technology for this Water grid project. They named it has " Smart Water Grid " as they are using various new technological strategies to obtain best results. C.M KCR is monitoring all these project things via Secretariats " System Control and Data Access ( SCDA) technology.
SWACHH Telangana/Hyderabad Mission –
As we all know that " Swachh Bharat " campaign was introduced by our beloved prime minister Mr. Narendra modi and it was a great success. Similarly in state of telangana the " Swachh Telangana " campaign started by Chief minister of the state telangana Mr. K Chanrashekara Rao. Later " Swacch Hyderabad " was also started and this mission was taken up by many film artists and sports persons for the development of this cause. Telangana government has allocated 200 crore rupees fund for swachh hyderabad campaign. Even niti ayogg comittee has sent 75 crore rupees for this swachh telangana campaign. This mission was started officially on May 22nd 2015 by CM KCR and Governor of the state telangana Mr. ESL Narsimhan.
Telangana Haritha Haram Mission –
The mission " Telangana ku Haritha Haram " was launched by honourable chief minister of TS Mr. KCR on 3rd July 2015 (03/07/15) at chilkur , RR Dist. The forest minister of telangana state Mr. Jogu Ramanna is the key person for taking measure on this mission. His team will be developing strategies and plans to develop the trees and forest area. The motto of the mission is to plant 230 crore seedlings in the state of telangana. From this 230 crore seedlings , 130 crore seedlings will be outside forest and 44% of seedlings will be in forest area. Remaining 4% are proposed to planted in GHMC/HMDA limits.
Telangana State Industrial Policy (TS iPASS) –
The telangana government has introduced this new industrial policy " TS iPASS " on 12th June 2014. The motto of this mission is to bring " single window policy " ; it means that whenever a company or investor wants to setup a industry/company at state of telangana. They need not roam around different offices present at state but they can simply visit the official website and submit the required documents to the concerned department by which they will get their licenses and things to get work started at telangana. This has been already started and came into force by TS iPASS Act 2014. Many such new programs called " T-Idea Incentive scheme was introduced in year 2014 by G.O Ms.No.28.
Mana Vooru Mana Pranalika – Now continued as " Grama Jyothi Misssion "
Telangana Grama Jyothi Mission Project details : This mission is to improve the service for rural areas in state of telangana by making best strategies in core sectors. At Gram Panchayat level all the things are being done so that things get quick and easy to solve. The number of rural districts in state are 9 and Number of mandals in telangana are 438 , Number of Gram panchayats in Telangana(TS) are 8695, Number of MPTCs are 6441 and Number of Ward members are 87838. All these are collectively working for developing the villages of state telangana under the guidance of many experts. This mission comes under department of " Panchayati Raj " and the minister for this department is Mr. K Taraka Ramarao.
The civil services examination is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) annually in three stages --preliminary, main and interview -- to select officers of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Police Service (IPS), among others.
The main examination will start from December 18 and end on December 23, according to the time table finalised by the UPSC.
The examination will be conducted in forenoon and afternoon sessions during these days. There will be no exam on December 20.
A total of 15,008 candidates have qualified in this year's civil services preliminary examination, results of which were declared on October 12.
As against a record number of 9,45,908 candidates who had applied for the exam, about 4.63 lakh had sat in the test on August 23, which is about 49 per cent of the total applicants.
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