Haridwar District of Uttarakhand at a Glance

About Haridwar District :

Haridwar district, covering an area of about 2360 sq.km. is in the western part of Uttarakhand state. It’s latitude and longitude are 29.58 degree north and 78.13 degree east respectively. The height from the sea level is 249.7 mts. The district came into existence on 28th Dec. 1988. Prior to its inclusion, the district was a part of Saharanpur Divisional Commissionary. The district is ringed by Saharanpur in the west, Dehradun in the north and east, Pauri Garhwal in the east, Muzzaffar Nagar and Bijnor in the south. The district headquarter is situated in the Roshnabad. The district is administratively subdivided into four tehsils i.e. Haridwar, Roorkee , Laksar, Bhagwanpur and six development blocks i.e. Bhagwanpur, Roorkee, Narsan, Bahadrabad, Laksar and Khanpur. Haridwar is one of the first towns where Ganga emerges from the mountains to touch the planes. Due to Haridwar’s location on the bank of river Ganga, it has plenty of water resources and almost all kind of food grains are produced here in abundance. The places of tourist interests in the Districts are Haridwar Har Ki Pauri, temple of Chandi Devi, Mansa Devi Temple, Rajaji National Park, Piran Kalier, Sureshwari Devi, Rishikesh, Dehradun, Kodiyala, and Mussoorie

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Tourist Places :

Rajaji National Park :

Haridwar is also a popular destination for nature and adventure lovers. The Rajaji National Park is about 820 sq. km. in area; attracts wildlife lovers with its pristine scenic beauty and rich bio diversity. Three sanctuaries of the Shivalik range of western U.P. -Rajaji, Motichur and Chilla were amalgamated into a large protected area and named Rajaji National Park in year 1983It has 23 species of mammals and 315 avifauna species. One may watch a herd of elephants roaming majestically in the jungle or may find oneself excited by wildlife of many kinds including tigers, leopard, jungle cat, Himalayan yellow throated marten, samber, cheetal, barking deer, wild boar, langoor, ghural, sloth beer, king cobra, woodpecker etc. The river shelters fish in abundance. For further information on the subject, one may contact the Director’s office, 5/1 Ansari Marg, Dehradun-248001, Phone no. 0135-621669. They have got their website too- www.rajajinationalpark.co.in

Piran Kalier :

The ‘Dargah’ of Hazrat Makhdum Allauddin Ali Ahamed ‘Sabir’ on the outskirts of Roorkee town is a worth-visit-place for every visitor. It is situated towards the south of Haridwar. This place is one of the living examples of unity between the Hindu and Muslim religions. Famed for its mystical powers that fulfill the desires of the devout, the Dargah is visited by millions of devotees from all religions from India and abroad. The Urs is celebrated at this Dargah every year, from the first day of sighting the moon to the sixteenth day during the Rabeeull month of the Islamic calendar.

Sureshwari Devi :

This is a temple of Goddess Durga. Situated in the peaceful forest area of Rajaji National park.

Kakching District of Manipur at a Glance

About Kakching District :

Kakching District is one of the newly formed district of Manipur on the 8th of December, 2016. It is situated in the southeastern part of Manipur. 4(four) Assembly Constituencies namely Hiyyanglam Assembly Constituency, Wabagai Assembly Constituency, Sugnu Assembly Constituency and Kakching Assembly Constituency fall under the District.

 

Charanjeet Singh Rori

Charanjeet Singh Rori

Father’s Name Shri Gurdial Singh
Mother’s Name Smt. Mukhtiar Kaur
Date of Birth 15 Sep 1969
Place of Birth Rori, Distt. Sirsa (Haryana)
Marital Status Married
Date of Marriage 13 Jan 1997
Spouse’s Name Smt. Charanjeet Kaur
No. of Sons 2
Educational
Qualifications
Matric
Profession Agriculturist
Social Worker
Permanent Address
H.No. 207, Village Rori, Teh. Kalawali,
Distt. Sirsa, Haryana-125055
Tel : (01696) 240144
Mob. : 09416531248
Present Address
Flat No. 11, Meena Bagh,
New Delhi-110003
Tel : (011) 23061077
Mob. : 09013869140
Positions Held
2009 – 2014 Member, Haryana Legislative Assembly
May, 2014 Elected to 16th Lok Sabha
1 Sep. 2014 – 14 Dec. 2016 Member, Standing Committee on Commerce
Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Rural Development, Panchayati Raj and Drinking Water and Sanitation
1 May 2016 onwards Member, Committee on the Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes
14 Dec. 2016 onwards Member, Standing Committee on Urban Development

 

Social And Cultural Activities
Secretary, Shahid Bhagat Singh Memorial Club, Village – Rori, Sirsa (Haryana)
Favourite Pastime and Recreation
Watching Sports and visiting Historical places and Monuments
Sports and Clubs
Kabaddi and Wrestling
Other Information
Dedicate Social Worker
* Sarpanch, Rori village (2000-2005)
* Member, Zila Parishad, Sirsa (2005-2009)

Mahabir Singh Sindhu

Hon’ble Mr. Justice Mahabir Singh Sindhu

Born on 4th April 1967 in a small agriculturist family and studied upto 10th standard in Government High School of native village Masudpur, District Hisar. Obtained LL.B degree in the year 1992 from Panjab University, Chandigarh and enrolled as an Advocate with the Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana. Practised in Civil, Criminal, Constitutional, and Service Laws, mainly in the High Court of Punjab and Haryana at Chandigarh.
First generation lawyer in the family.
Represented several institutions, Municipal Councils, Government Boards/Corporations i.e. Haryana Public Service Commission, Kurukshetra University, Indian Red Cross Society (Haryana State Branch), Co-operative Banks , BSNL, etc.
In 1999 appointed as Additional Central Government Standing Counsel in the High Court of Punjab and Haryana and in the year 2000, Additional Government Pleader, Union Territory, Chandigarh.
Remained Deputy Advocate General, Haryana from the year 2004-2008.
In September 2008, appointed as Additional Advocate General, Punjab and worked up to December 2009. Thereafter Appointed as Additional Advocate General, Haryana in December 2009 and resigned from A.G. office in February, 2013 and resumed private practice.
In 2016 included in the panel of advocates to represent the High Court as well as subordinate Courts in the state of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh (U.T.).
Member of International Law Association (India).
Remained a member of the State Executive Committee, Union Territory, Chandigarh, constituted under Section 19 of the Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995.
Also remained a member of Managing Committee of Indian Red Cross Society, Haryana State Branch, and Finance Committee of IRCS and St.John Ambulance (India), Haryana State Branch, Chandigarh.
Elevated as an Additional Judge of the High Court of Punjab and Haryana at Chandigarh on 10th July, 2017.

Jaspal Singh

Hon’ble Mr. Justice Jaspal Singh

His Lordship was born on 10th October, 1956. Graduated from Government College, Chandigarh and did LLB in the year 1980 from Punjab University, Chadigarh. His Lordship joined judicial service in the State of Punjab in October 1983. Promoted as Additional District & Sessions Judge in February 1999. His Lordship became District & Sessions Judge in April 2008. Elevated as Additional Judge of the Punjab and Haryana High Court with effect from 20.06.2013 and thereafter as Permanent Judge on 19.12.2014

JEE Advanced 2015 Exam Pattern

  1. In JEE (Advanced)-2015, there will be two papers, each of three hours duration.
  2. The question papers will be printed separately in English and Hindi.
  3. Candidates have to specify their choice of question paper language at the time of online registration for JEE (Advanced)-2015.
  4. Each of the question papers will consist of three separate parts in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.  
  5. The questions will be of objective (multiple choice) type, designed to test comprehension, reasoning and analytical ability of candidates.
  6. In some sections, incorrect answers may be awarded with negative marks.

 

JEE Advanced Test is divided into 2 Parts:

a)      Paper – 1
b)      Paper – 2

Detailed JEE Advanced Exam Pattern:

 

 

Particulars

(Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics)

 

Sl.

Paper -1

(3 Hours, 60 Questions, 180 Marks)

No. of Questions

1

Multiple Choice Questions with Single Correct Answer Type

10

2

Multiple Choice Questions with One or More Correct Answer Type

5

3

Questions with Single Digit Integer Value as Correct Answer

5

 

Total

(In Each Subject)

20

 

Sl.

Paper -2

(3 Hours, 60 Questions, 180 Marks)

No. of Questions

1

Multiple Choice Questions with One or MoreCorrect Answer Type

8

2

Paragraph Type: Each Paragraph having Two MCQ Questions with Single Correct Answer

(4 Paragraphs, 8 Questions)

8

3

MCQ with Matching List Type Single Correct Match

4

 

Total

(In Each Subject)

20

 

 

 

 

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JEE Advanced 2014 Important Dates

 

Start of Online Application for JEE (Main) – 2014 November
15, 2013 (Friday)
Closing of Online Application Process of JEE(Main)-2014 December 16, 2013 (Monday)
JEE (Main)-2014 (offline) April 06, 2014 (Sunday)
Results of  JEE (Main)-2014 May 03, 2014 (Saturday)
Opening of website for eligible candidates to register for JEE (Advanced) -2014 May 04 (Sunday)– 09 (Friday) 2014
Opening of website for payment of registration fee for appearing JEE (Advanced)-2014 May 04 (Sunday)– 09 (Friday) 2014
Downloading of Admit card from JEE (Advanced)-2014 website May 10, 2014 (Saturday) till 24th May, 2014 (Saturday)
JEE (Advanced) – 2014 May 25, 2014 (Sunday)
Answer key published in website June 01, 2014 (Sunday)
Web display of ORS June 08, 2014 (Sunday) – June 11, 2014 (Wednesday)
Declaration of Results (including Preparatory) through website June 19, 2014 (Thursday)
Online Choice Filling for Courses offered in all IITs and ISM, Dhanbad June 20, 2014 (Friday) – June 24, 2014 (Tuesday)
Registration for appearing in the Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) June 20, 2014 (Friday) – June 23, 2014 (Monday)
Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT-2014) June 26, 2014 (Thursday)
Declaration of AAT-2014 results June 29, 2014 (Sunday)