Friday, July 29, 2016

Halt retrograde Banking Sector reforms

Bank employees held a massive demonstration Main protest organized in front of  Canara Bank
Ludhiana: 29th July 2016: (Punjab Screen Bureau):
• Do not increase private capital in Public Sector Banks

• Do not encourage FDI in banking Sector
• Do not give license to corporates to start Banks
• Do not give license to private hands to open Small Banks and Payment Banks
• Do not consolidate and merge Banks
• Extend more credit to agriculture sector
• Recover bad loans through stringent measures
• Increase interest rate on deposits in Banks
On the call given by United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU), one million bank Workmen and Officers are observing country wide Strike TODAY agianst so called banking reforms by the Government. As per decision, United Forum of Bank Unions (Unit : Ludhiana) held a massive demonstration  in front of  Canara Bank, Bharat Nagar Chowk, Ludhiana.  Com. Naresh Gaur, Convener, United Forum of Bank Unions, Com. Pawan Thakur, President, Punjab Bank Employees Federation (Ludhiana Unit), Com. Sanjay Sharma, Vice President, All India Bank Officers Confederation (AIBOC) and Dy. General Secretary, State Bank of India Officers Asociation, Ludhiana Zone, Com. J.P.Kalra, President State Bank of India Officers Association, Com. Iqbal Singh, Asstt. General Secretary, State Bank of India Staff Association, Com. D P Maur, General Secretary, Joint Council of Trade Unions  addressed the bank employees.  Com. Ashok Malhan, Com. Rajesh Verma, Vice Presidents, Pb. Bank Employees Federation and Com. Parveen Moudgil, Convener, Women Cell, Pb. Bank Employees Federation were also present.    

While addressing the bank employees, Com. Naresh Gaur said that all of us are aware about the various attempts of the Government to push through banking reform measures in one way or the other.  The basic idea is to dilute and dismantle public sector banking and boost up private sector banking. We have been consistently fighting against such machinations.  We have been able to build up intensive campaigns, agitations, struggles and strike actions against all these measures.  We can also legitimately feel proud that due to all these persistent efforts, the speed with which these reform measures were proposed to be implemented, could not be of such dimension as planned. But we know that the Government is on their heels to somehow get their agenda implemented.

The Government has also announced their proposals for
merger of PSBs.  Already RBI has announced its scheme for granting licenses to corporates and industrial houses. Further RBI has announced their Guidelines on setting up of Small Private Banks and Payment Banks.  Thus there is a concerted attempt to hand over our banking sector more and more to private hands. We are already aware of the Government’s continuous attempts to push through their reforms agenda aimed at privatisation of banks, consolidation and merger of Banks, etc.  More and more private capital and FDI are being encouraged.  Regional Rural Banks are sought to be privatised and the Bill has been passed by the Government in the Parliament despite protests by our Unions. Primary Agricultural Co-operative Societies (PACs) are under threat of winding up. Urban Co-operative Banks are under threat of delicensing. Private sector executives are imposed on the public sector banks.  All the Government schemes are being imposed on the Banks without proper infrastructure and manpower resulting harassment and problems faced by the bank staff.  Bank officers are being denied regulated working hours. Permanent and regular jobs are being outsourced on contract basis and contract employees are being exploited. Government would like to proceed on its agenda to amend the labour laws without any proper consultation with the trade unions. In the name of banking sector reforms, the attempt is to privatise the Banks and hand them over to the private corporates to enable them to further loot the precious savings of the people. Already our Banks are bleeding due to alarming increase in bad loans, thanks to the deliberate default by the corporates and big business enterprises. Instead of taking tough measures to book the culprits and recover the loans, efforts are taken to hand over the banks to very same defaulters. It is very clear that all their talks of banking reforms and proposals of merger and consolidation are only a ploy and game plan to divert the attention of the people from the massive bad loans in the Banks. Our country needs strong public sector banks and not necessarily big banks or global-sized banks. Our country needs banking expansion and not consolidation of banks and shrinkage of banking services to people. The focus should be the alarming increase in bad loans to the tune of about Rs. 13 lac crore. The efforts should be to recover the money by taking stringent measures and not hush it up through provisions, write-offs, CDRs and SDRs. 

If the loans have been sanctioned wrongly, action should be taken on the concerned Executives.  If the borrower has cheated the Banks, criminal action should be taken against the defaulter. Providing for the bad loans, clean-up of Balance Sheet and making the Banks to incur the losses is not the solution to the problem.  It is obvious, all these are only diversionary tactics to escape from the accountability for the huge bad loans.  Kingfisher Mallya is only the tip of the iceberg.  There are many more sharks in the ocean of bad loans in the Banks.  Why the list of defaulters is not being published by them?  Why criminal action is not taken on the willful corporate defaulters?  Why all velvet treatment to them?  Why the attempt to convert the bad loans as equity investment in these defaulter companies?  Is it the corporate governance and good governance policy of the Government?  In IDBI Bank, 10 years ago, about Rs.9000 crores of bad loans were taken out of their books.  Now another Rs. 19,000 crores is the bad loan.  Instead taking action to recover these bad loans, the Government wants to privatise and sell the Bank to the very same private sector which is responsible for these huge loan default in IDBI Bank.

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Use of pellet guns should be immediately stopped--IDPD

Thu, Jul 28, 2016 at 4:52 PM
IDPD has also offered any medical help to the needy
Ludhiana: 28th July 2016: (Punjab Screen Bureau):
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Indian Doctors for Peace and Development (IDPD) has expressed anguish at the loss of precious human lives and injury in the ongoing violence in Kashmir. In a statement released IDPD has demanded that the use of pellet guns to control the crowed should be immediately stopped hence forthwith. The pellets can make a person infirm and even handicapped. This has happened in Kashmir where several people have lost their eye sight which has caused serious physical and mental trauma to the victims and the families. IDPD has offered any medical help to the needy as has been done in the past during the earthquake in 2005 and floods in 2014. We also appeal to all concerned to shun violence and sort out the issues through dialogue. Statement was issued by Dr S S Soodan (President), Dr Shakeel Ur Rahman (General Secretary) and Dr Arun Mitra (Sr. Vice President:.

Possibility of thundershowers: Daily Weather Report Ludhiana

Thu, Jul 28, 2016 at 3:30 PM
Forecast for 29.07.2016 
Ludhiana: 28th July 2016: (Punjab Screen Bureau):
According to School of Climate Change & Agril. Meteorology The weather is expected to remain cloudy with possibility of thundershowers over Ludhiana and its adjoining areas during the next 24 hours.

The following observations were recorded today at the PAU Agromet Observatory:
The following observations were recorded today at the PAU Agromet Observatory:
Minimum Temperature               (0730 hr)                 27.0 oC 
Maximum Temperature              (1430 hr)                 29.2 oC
Morning Relative Humidity             (0730 hr)                  83 %
Evening Relative Humidity             (1430hr)                   93 %    
Evaporation                          (Ending 0830 Today)         5.0 mm
Rainfall                                (Ending 1430 Today)         28.6 mm
Day Length                                 13 Hr 44 min

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Every 1 out of 12 people across the world affected by hepatitis

Wed, Jul 27, 2016 at 4:32 PM
Hepatitis C is still commonest cause of liver damage
Ludhiana: July 28th 2016: (Punjab Screen Bureau):
The Department of Gastroenterology at SPS Hospitals organized a week long free screening camp on the occasion of “World Hepatitis Day”. More than 600 people were screened during this activity.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr.Nirmaljeet Singh Malhi, Senior Consultant & Head, Department of Gastroenterology said, “The theme for the World Hepatitis Day 2016 is “Know Hepatitis - Act now”. With every 1 out of 12 people across the world affected by hepatitis, it should not be ignored. Hepatitis C is the major concern for us.  Hepatitis C remains asymptomatic in initial stages in majority of the patients. Moreover untreated chronic hepatitis C increases the risk of liver damage and liver cancer. India though has a low to moderate prevalence of HCV infection but accounts for a significant share of HCV infection worldwide due to its large population. The Punjab state needs an exclusive mention as HCV infection has been reported to be much higher when compared to many other states. Most of the Punjabis are unaware of their hepatitis C status due to lack of symptoms in the early phase. Importantly, still there is no vaccine against hepatitis C, so prevention by adopting universal precautions and regular screening to detect early cases remains the key.”
Dr Vikramjeet S Sandhu from Gastroenterology added that sharing of infected needles/syringes by drug addicts is the major source of continued HCV transmission in the state now. Tattooing and body piercing, sharing razors and toothbrushes, recipient of unscreened blood /blood products , hemodialysis patients and HIV infected persons are at increased risk of getting infected by hepatitis C.
Dr Amit Soni , Gastroenterologist at SPS hospitals further disclosed that hepatitis C is still one of the commonest cause of liver damage and liver cancer in Punjab.    Dr Amit announced that on the occasion of World Hepatitis Day , all the people who have been found to be hepatitis C positive in week long screening will be invited , educated and counseled for free. According to Dr Malhi “Innovation in the field of Hepatitis C treatment has been swift and incredible. Interferon (Injection) free treatment has been available in India since March 2015. The new all oral antiviral treatment  is not just very safe , successful (> 95%cure)  and acceptable to patients, but they have further extended the patient groups in whom these can be used.”
Dr Ubaid , Medical Superintendent, revealed that Gastroenterology department under the leadership of Dr Malhi has been actively involved in organizing frequent free hepatitis screening camps and awareness lectures in Ludhiana and surrounding regions. Such small steps if taken by all the responsible health professionals are bound to bring big change in Punjab.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

CPI will do its best to foil the nefarious deigns

Sat, Jul 23, 2016 at 3:54 PM
CPI rally followed by procession at Ludhiana Railway Station
Ludhiana: 23rd July 2016: (Punjab Screen Bureau):

Starting from the death of Rohit Vemulla to merciless beating of poor Dalits by those connected with Sangh Parivar to the foul language used by the former Vice President of Uttar Pradesh BJP has thoroughly exposed the nefarious designs of the forces of Hindutva to split the society on caste lines. These incidents are not spontaneous, these are a reflection of the anti Dalit casteiest approach of the RSS and followers of its ideology of Hindutva. Various speakers speaking on the occasion of a rally followed by procession organized by the Communist Party of India (CPI) Ludhiana today at the Railway Station Ludhiana cautioned that these will result into splitting of the society on caste lines and religious beliefs which they very unashamedly want to use in the coming elections.

Dr Arun Mitra – Asst. Sec. said that since the Modi Led BJP government has come to power there has been a serious attempt to rewrite the history totally negating the contribution of the the congress and communists in the freedom struggle. Several BJP ruled state governments have removed the names of Jawahar Lal Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi from the history books. The role of Bhagat Singh and his colleagues is being belittled and instead the name of  Damodar Savarkar who had begged mercy from the British and assured of his cooperation to the British for his release from the Andeman Nikobar jail is being   highlighted. Nathuram Godse, the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi is being eulogized. The universities are being made to be governed by the RSS ideologues while the progressive forces are being suppressed. The incidents of maligning the students and the teachers of JNU and then arresting Kanhiya Kumar on the basis of doctored video films has thoroughly exposed the designs of the present government.  Organizations affiliated to Sangh Parivar have been given free hand. Obscurantist thoughts are being propagated. It is unfortunate that the Prime Minister is citing the examples of plastic surgery in the ancient India whereby the head of animal could be sutured to the human body. Even the most advanced stem cell research is being highlighted to be present in the ancient India. 

Com D P Maur said that in the name of cow protection Akhlaq was lynched by these fundamentalists and now instead of punishing the culprits the family of Akhlaq is being framed. Those involved in the leather removal of the dead cows are being beaten and even forced to eat cow dung. Cases are being fabricated against them. Such incidents have happened even in Punjab but the Akali BJP government has turned a blind eye. He further said that the country’s sovereignty and integrity are in danger since the FDI has been allowed full scale even in the defense sector. Situation in Kashmir has deteriorated to the lowest level ever. Prices are soaring high and people are waiting for the Ache Din to come.

Dr Gulzar Singh Pandher said the CPI will do its best to foil the nefarious deigns of these forces. Law and order in the state is at its lowest ebb. Crime against all sections particularly women and the poor is on the rise. Police acts under pressure of their political masters so the justice is denied to them.

Others who addressed include Com Gurnam Gill, Com Vijay Kumar, Com Kuldip Binder, Com Jit Kumari,Com Anod Kumar, Com Feroze Master, Com Walaiti Khan, Com Iqbal Singh, Com Anil, Saroj, Ramchander, Ramchand, Tuntun. 

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Fascistic Offensive Growing

Wed, Jul 20, 2016 at 12:55 PM
CPI NC Calls For United Resistance To Combat

New Delhi: 18 July 2016:(Punjab Screen Bureau):
The National Council of the Communist Party of India that concluded its three days session here in Party headquarter Ajoy Bhavan on July 17, has noted with serious concern the growing fascistic offensive, both politically and economically, of the Narendra Modi government and has called for concrete initiatives to organize united resistance by uniting all Left, democratic and secular forces. It has also urged the Party rank and file to organize ideological campaign to counter the Sangh Parivar offensive fully backed by the Union Government.
The National Council meeting preceded by the two days meeting of National Executive was presided over by Dr. Nara Singh, secretary of Manipur State Council of the Party. General Secretary of the Party Com. S. Sudhakar Reddy piloted the main document on political and economic developments during past six months since last National Council meeting in January held at Guntur in Andhra Pradesh. The report was earlier processed by the National Executive.
The report has analysed various economic policies that are being pursued by the Modi government and concluded that with clear right ward shift in politics and economy there is the apprehension that these developments may sow the seeds of fascistic shift in the country with ongoing destruction of secular-democratic fabric, handing over the economy to corporates and International finance capital and pushing the country’s foreign policies in the laps of imperialists, particularly the US-Israeli clique.
In the economic sphere, the National Council has particularly noted the relaxation in FDI norms, downward trend in all economic indicators, wavering in industrial growth, fall in GDP, growing unemployment and concluded that the country’s economy is deteriorating continuously.
The National Council has also expressed concern on various destructive and divisive movers of the government like privatization and saffronisation of education, pushing the health care out of the reach of the common people, penetration of Sanghis in all spheres of governance, destroying autonomy of higher educational institutions and other cultural entities.
The threat to our secular democratic system and economic independence is so great that it could not be fought by one or two political parties. We have to unite all secular-democratic forces. Such unity and joint action could be developed on different fronts with different political forces on specific demands.
The National Council also reviewed the assembly elections held recently. While congratulating the people of Kerala for the resounding victory of Left-democratic front, the National Council expressed disappointment over the failure of the Left in other four states.
As there are elections in six other states next year, the National Council resolved to start preparations from now onwards. Particular emphasis will be on organistional preparedness of the Party. Politically the party will adopt electoral tactics on the basis of emerging situation in each state.
The National Council adopted several resolutions including one on worsening situation in the State of Jammu and Kashmir.
For immediate purpose the National Council has laid down following tasks.
1. Organize demonstrations, dharnas on 17th August 2016 against price-rise, against FDI in nine sectors and demanding relief to drought affected areas.
2. Support the 2nd September 2016 working class national strike and make it a success.
3. Implement decisions on Party organisation of Chandigarh National Council meet.
4. Strengthen mass fronts and provide necessary help.
5. Organise state level, district level conventions, and seminars on secularism and against intolerance. Print booklets and publish articles.
6. Start preliminary preparations for elections in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Manipur, Goa and Gujarat.
7. Solidarity day with Bastar tribals to be observed in September, demanding to stop repression on tribal people.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

VLCC holds 15th Annual Convocation

Wed, Jul 13, 2016 at 3:15 PM
Smriti Irani presides over as Chief Guest
19 new institutes targeted to be set up this year

who received certificates at convocation, 150 were from Punjab and Chd
Ludhiana: July 13 2016: (Punjab Screen Bureau):

Vandana Luthra, VLCC Founder and Vice Chairperson and Chairperson, Beauty & Wellness Sector Skill Council, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the National Backward Classes Finance and Development Corporation (NBCFDC) under the aegis of Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment to promote skilling initiatives for backward classes, minorities and transgender people.
In a statement here on Wednesday, she added, “The future of our country lies in its competitiveness and innovation through education and skill development. We congratulate the Government for clearing a national apprentice promotion scheme, and allocating Rs.10,000 crore for the same. We look forward to collaborating with the Government to create a pool of skilled work force.I also would like to congratulate the students who received their certificates today and wish them the very best for the future. I am sure they will secure their future in the fast-growing wellness domain and also act as ambassadors-at-large of a confident, young and skilled India.”
Luthra, added, “We are looking forward to ‘World Youth Skills Day’ on 15 July that will highlight the importance of skill training to the youth for overall development. With that in mind, we aim to train 15,000 students this year, while partnering with Private Enterprise and PSUs on CSR projects to provide livelihood through skill based training. Such an approach will ensure self-sustainability for CSR projects.”
Further, she told that VLCC Institute of Beauty and Nutrition –India’s largest chain of vocational education academies in beauty and nutrition –held its 15th annual Convocation in New Delhi today with over 400 students, including from Punjab, receiving their certificates. The Chief Guest at the event was Smriti ZubinIrani, Union Minister of Textiles. Of the total students who received certificates at the convocation, about 150 were from the districts of Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Amritsar, Phagwara, Ferozepur, Moga and Chandigarh.
She revealed that in addition to successful implementation of the Pradhan MantriKaushalVikasYojana (PMKVY) and theSeekho Aur Kamao scheme, VLCC Institutes will continue their efforts towards higher quality focus through “Train the Trainer” programmes to ensure quality benchmarks; facilitate entrepreneurship to VLCC Institute students through Government schemes like the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana in association with the Beauty & Wellness Sector Skill Council; introduce Beauty & Wellness sector related courses in schools and colleges, in association with Beauty & Wellness Sector Skill Council;, and Skill based training programmes run by Governments -- Central and State for skills training. 

Friday, July 8, 2016

Punjab Khet Mazdoor Sabha participated in the nationwide strike

Fri, Jul 8, 2016 at 5:13 PM
Organised rallies at different places in the state 
Ludhiana: 8th July 2016: (Gulzar Goria//Punjab Screen):

The Punjab Khet Mazdoor Sabha Organised rallies at different places in the state and participated in the nationwide strike by the agriculture labour on 1st July for their demands. Hand bills were distributed during these events and the people were made aware of their rights which have been denied by successive governments. The agriculture workers struck their work and joined these rallies at Taran Taran, Nawasheher, Banga, Malerkotla, Muktsar, Vill Nathowal & Machiwara in Ludhiana, Mansa, Bhudlada, Kalasangian, Bathinda, Lambi, Amritsar, Vill Shatrana in Patiala, Jalandhar, Pathankot and Abohar. Various state and district level leaders of the Punjab Khet Mazdoor Sahba addressed these rallies which included Com Daryao Singh, Gulzar Gorai, Swarn Singh Nagoke, Surjeet Sohi Adv, Nanak Chand Lambi, Rishi Pal Khubban, Preetam Singh Niamatpur, Devi Kumari, Gurdeep Singh Gurwali, Bant Singh Brar, Ramlal, Kulwant singh Pandherkheri, Hari Singh Machiwara, Surinder Kumar Bhani, Krishan Chauhan Mansa.

Gulzar Goria is Gen.Secy of Punjab Khet Mazdoor Sabha and his contat number is- 9463809002

Saturday, July 2, 2016

Punjabi Woman is bold, beautiful, modern but traditional

Sat, Jul 2, 2016 at 7:09 PM
She can switch from gidha to hip hop
Ludhiana: 2nd July 2016: (Punjab Screen Bureau):
We,9 to 9 Entertainments and Rotary Club Ludhiana is going to organize Mrs Punjab 2016.We started this event as Mrs Ludhiana in 2003 and Mrs Punjab successfully done in 2013.Now again we are doing Mrs Punjab 2016 to promote women empowerment and talent from household of Punjab.
Mrs Punjab is a platform to inspiring those married women who are talented but not able to show their skills due to family responsibilities. Now it’s an opportunity for them after marriage to show their talent and showcase in front of fashion and media industry. This is the dream come true opportunity for them and they came become a beauty queen.

Punjabi Woman is known for her extraordinary beauty, grace and charm. She is not only gorgeous but has a pleasing personality. She is the bold and beautiful, modern but traditional.  Her romanticized image is brilliantly captured in the folklores of Punjab like Heer Ranjha, Mirza Sahiba and Sohni Mahiwal. She is graceful, spontaneous and at times mesmerizing. Have you ever seen a Punjabi girl dance? She can put any internationally renowned dancers in competition. She can switch from gidha to hip hop and makes you shake a leg by her sheer energy on the dance floor .With the talent of modeling and acting she can turn down supermodel from fashion industry.
Today we done first audition of Mrs Punjab 2016 at Radisson Hotel. Where more than 50 participants comes from different Locations of Ludhiana, Sangrur and Moga for auditions .The all married women are too much talented.when they performed on ramp,no body can judge them they are married. The competition is too tough.Today judges are Miss Arpita Sharma (Miss India 2011),Miss Sana Chandok (Fashion Blogger),Sukhwinder Sukhi (Famous Punjabi Singer),Parmodh Pabbi (Actor/Director), Surinder Shinda (Famous Punjabi Actor and Singer) and Miss Mandy Sandhu (Female Playback Singer),They judged very perfectly and shortlisted 18 semi finalist.Who will permed in semi finale which will be held in Chandigarh on first week of August.Now we will next audition in Jalandhar on 11th August.After Jalandhar auditions we have auditions in Amritsar,Patiala and Chandigarh.
This event is for a social cause that is save girl child and women empowerment. A detailed lecture and motivational note was read by Mr Parminder Singh And Jaswinder Singh organizer of this show.

Sino-Indian war between 2016 to 2018

Shrii Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar predicts
Sushanta Sadvipra This is the Bridge..
which will be damaged by Chinese force.
According to predictions of Shrii Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar (A Great Indian philosopher, futurologist and spiritualist of the 20th century) (Otherwise known as Shrii Shrii Anandamurtiji to His disciples who consider Him as "Taraka Brahma") India will be invaded for a second time between 2016 to 2018 by China. India was once invaded in the past in 1962.But this time the war will be more severe.China is a State Capitalist who is arming itself not for it's self defence but to occupy other country's lands.China is now facing internal revolts including severe devaluation of the "Yaan" and extreme weather conditions unfit for cultivation.This invasion will be necessitated to divert the severe internal problems and hunger for land by China. Shrii P.R.Sarkar said China will invade India by crossing over Nepal and reach upto the Ganges.There will be a huge refugee influx from north India like never known in history. The Bengals (West Bengal,Bangladesh and Tripura) will be heavily bombed. The effects of such offence on the Bengals will unite the Bangalees who will form a greater Bangalee Samaj to be known as "Bangalisthan". 
The Yamuna Dam/canal supplying water to Delhi will be bombed and Delhi will be deserted .This war will smash the Aaryan dominance over the societies in India and will bring in new societies without any caste dominance. The war will last for four years.We should,therefore,be in preparedness for handling the refugee problems and attacks from the hostile neighbour. We should also implement the guidelines of the chemical,biological and nuclear disasters of the National Disaster Management Authority,New Delhi from primary school onwards in letter and spirit.India will,however,come out victorious in the long run with the help of the US and Russia.
The past predictions of Shrii P.R. Sarkar were; the disintegration of USSR (Communist Power), Unification of Germanys, Death of Communism, Wars in the Arab worlds,Bottomless crashes of stock markets in the 90s followed by end  of Capitalism(He said Communism will fall like a house of cards and capitalism will vanish like a burst of crackers) etc,etc.

- Dr. Dhruba Hojai.
Thoughts of Shrii P.R Sarkar

National Doctor Day Celebrated at Punarjote

Fri, Jul 1, 2016 at 7:04 PM
National Doctors day in India is a big awareness campaign
Ludhiana: 1st July 2016: (Punjab screen Bureau):
Punarjot eye bank society honoured Dr Renu chhatwal civil surgeon for helping the noble cause of eye donation as district chief on the eve of National Doctor day. Token of appreciation was given by  Sh. Hussan lal IAS managing director Punjab health system corporation who on visit in city. He said on the occasion that National Doctors day in India is a big awareness campaign offering great opportunities to all to get aware about the roles, importance and responsibilities of the doctors as well as promote medical professionals to come closer and follow the responsibilities of their profession very dedicatedly.

Dr Gurjeet singh MD (medicine) AIIMS, Guru Nanak hospital ,Bhikhi, Rara sahib selected under category of rural/ slum area service award who is providing his professional services in village from last 2 and 1/2 years opting work in rural area in spite post gradation from country,s premium institution AIIMS new Delhi.         

Dr Kulwant singh MD president IMA also honoured for contribution of city doctors for eye donation. Dr Manoj Sobti past president IMA and Dr Sukhjiwan kakkar SMO civil hospital Ludhiana also greeted for doctor day.         

Dr Ramesh MD medical director punarjot eye bank society  told on the occasion that  It is a day to say vote of thanks for their doctors by whole society for love, affection and priceless care of their patients.
Rakesh Duggal  co ordinator Punarjot eye bank society thanked the doctors community for their contribution in noble cause of eye donation.
National Doctor Day Celebrated
Punarjot eye bank society honoured Dr Renu chatwal civil surgeon for helping the noble cause of eye donation as district chief on the eve of National Doctor day. Token of appreciation was given by  sh Hussan lal IAS managing director punjab health system corporation Punjab who on visit in city. He said on the occasion that National Doctors day in India is a big awareness campaign offering great opportunities to all to get aware about the roles, importance and responsibilities of the doctors as well as promote medical professionals to come closer and follow the responsibilities of their profession very dedicatedly.

Dr Gurjeet singh MD (medicine) AIIMS, Guru Nanak hospital ,Bhikhi, Rara sahib selected under category of rural/ slum area service award who is providing his professional services in village from last 2 and 1/2 years opting work in rural area in spite post gradation from country,s premium institution AIIMS new Delhi.         

Dr Kulwant singh MD president IMA also honoured for contribution of city doctors for eye donation. Dr Manoj Sobti past president IMA and Dr Sukhjiwan kakkar SMO civil hospital ludhiana also greeted for doctor. day.         

Dr Ramesh MD medical director punarjot eye bank society  told on the occasion that  It is a day to say vote of thanks for their doctors by whole society for love, affection and priceless care of their patients.
Rakesh Duggal  co ordinator Punarjot eye bank society thanked the doctors community for their contribution in noble cause of eye donation.
Dr.Ramesh MD (Eye)
Medical Director
Pubarjot Eye Bank Society (Regd.)
H/o Dr. Ramesh Superspecialty Eye & Laser Centre,
65-A, BRS Nagar, Ludhiana, PB,
Ph. 0161-2464999, 98143-31433, 9780015715 

Friday, July 1, 2016

Chartered Accountants’ Day Celebrated at Ludhiana

Fri, Jul 1, 2016 at 3:36 PM

A Joyful and Eventful day

Ludhiana: 1st July 2016: (Punjab Sreen Bureau):
Following a glorious tradition of professional excellence, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India has completed 66 years of its superb existence on 1st July, 2016. It is a national event and a historic occasion, which reminds countrymen about accountancy profession’s wonderful on going journey of success that started decades back on 1st July, 1949 with the inception of ICAI. This is a matter of pride for not just the Chartered Accountants but for the nation as a whole.
Ludhiana Branch of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India celebrated this great occasion at ICAI Bhawan Ludhiana, where 250 CAs and their families and 200 CA Students participated to re-affirm their commitment to carry on the rich tradition of excellence of ICAI. 
The Program commenced with the Flag Hoisting by Chairman CA. Arun Rattan who congratulated all the members of the profession and the CA students on this auspicious occasion. He explained the various activities of Ludhiana Branch for its members and the CA Students and said that this event shall further foster the cordial relationship amongst the members and their families. It shall strengthen their unity. 
As a matter of Social Responsibility Measure, Tree Plantation & the Blood Donation Camp was organized this was very well supported by the Team of Doctors from DMC&H.  More than 150 units of blood were donated for this noble cause. 
With a view to make the CAs aware about the importance of taking care of health, a Free Health Check-up Camp, Bone Marrow Registry by the Team of Medical Specialists from DMC&H was also organized.                                                                                                                    
Different types of health tests were freely carried and around 100 Members were benefitted.  
Rather than these activities clothes distribution & distribution of Literacy Kits programs were organized. In the closing ceremony, movie tickets were distributed to blood donators to enjoy the CA day evening.
On this occasion Ludhiana ICAI Branch Vice Chairman CA. Ashish Jain, Secretary CA. Sandeep Gupta, Executive Member CA. Rohit Goyal, CA Amanjot Kaur, CA Hitesh Goyal, NIRC member  CA Pankaj Periwal of ICAI  were also present.