Category Archives: Bidar Development

GST Seminar in bidar

Chamber of Commerce & Industry


INVITES YOU ALL

for

** GST SEMINAR **


Date : 16th JULY 2017.
Time : 10:00 Am.
Venue : Rangamandir, Bidar,Karnataka,India.

 

Online Marketing Sponsored by : Online AD Agency BidarADS


 

Rotary Bidar Installation event

Rotary Clubs

Installation Ceremony


Sunday, 9th July 2017  at 10:30 Am, at Sapna Convention Hall, Opp.BVB College,Bidar, Karnataka, India.

Chief Guest : PDG Rtn. G.S. Mansoor,

Guest of Honour : PDG Rtn. K.C.Senan,

in presence of Rtn.Baswaraj Dhannur.


Rotary Clubs of :

1.Bidar

Blood Donation Camp by Rotary Club, Bidar

Blood Donation Camp by

ROTARY CLUB of BIDAR


Rotary Club Groups 

Air force association bidar branch meeting

Formation of

AirForce Association Branch in Bidar

On 2nd July 2017, pre-meeting was arranged by all Ex-Servicemen & related people to form AirForce Association Branch in Bidar District. 

Launch of this Association is on 29th July 2017 as per meeting held on 2nd July 2017. On that day all delegates are coming from karnataka state.

President,Vice-President,Secretary & Treasurer were decided for forming Association. Aim & Objectives were discussed & planned for 29th July 2017 function. Roles & responsibilities were discussed for all members.

Vice-President : Wg Cdr  M.V. PATIL (Ret’d)

Secretary : Ex WO  ASHOK KUMAR

Treasurer : Ex JWO Hiremath C

A Great Initiative for development of Retired family by Air Force of India.


 

 

Acupressure Treatement Camp by Rotaract Youngstar club

Treatment by Acupressure [ No Medicine : No Side Effects ]

FREE Natural Treatment, No Medicine, by Acupressure method, Health Camp was held for 8 Days. 
From 8th-15th June 2017 in Auditorium of Karnataka College, Bidar. 
Time : 9:00 Am to 1:00 Pm & 3:00 Pm to 8:00 Pm

# Organised by ROTARACT YoungSTAR Team in association with ROTARY Club of FORT, Bidar & Karnataka College. 
In this event appx. 130+ Patients have taken treatment & got benefited.

Acupressure Health CampAcupressure Health CampOn 15th June Valedictory Event was conducted.
Venue : Auditorium of Karnataka College, Hyd Road, Bidar.
Time : 12:00 to 2:00 Pm

Indian Currency History 2016

MODI GOVT. Indian Currency History


Prime Minister has taken BOLD step towards Indian CURRENCY. Which will bring Prosperity to People & Infrastructure.whitemoney_history1

A Great Historical MOMENT for INDIAN CITIZEN, & People who are connect Directly or Indirectly to INDIAN CURRENCY.
 
Today Night ( From 12:01 AM Onwards ) OLD CURRENCY Rs.500 & Rs.1000 is CLOSED LEGALLY as per guidelines of GOVT.& RBI INDIA.
 
## AND ##
New CURRENCY Rs.500 & Rs.2000 Will START.

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  • # Rs.500 & Rs.1000 Currency STOPPED by Today  ( 8th NOV 2016 )
  • # New NOTES will Come of Rs.500 & Rs.2000

 

Last Date to Exchange :

  • Exchange Your Notes before (upto Rs.4000 Only  before 24th Nov 2016 )new_currency_rs_500_rs_2000
  • Exchange Your Notes before ( Amount Will Increase after 24th Nov’16 to 31st DEC 2016 )

Then

  • Exchange Your Notes before ( 31st Mar 2017 from RBI OFFICE )

How to replace old currency notes


  • Go to the bank with all 500 and 1000 rs notes and deposit themwhitemoney_history3
  • You will be needed to go with the PAN card to deposit more than 50000 rs at once
  • Deposit all in your bank account
  • You have time till 30th December so don’t rush
  • Notes are still accepted at Airports/ Central Govt shops and all Govt offices

At the same time, Modi declared that all the bank notes of 500 and 1000 rs will be banned with effect from 30th December 2016. However an extra time of 3 months shall be allowed to exchange the bank notes from all the RBI outlets around the country. One will be needed to declare all of his income before trying to change the currency with RBI.


 

 

Air Force Day

Air Force Station, Bidar is one of the Premier Flying Training establishments of the Indian Air Force.

Its primary responsibility is to secure Indian airspace and to conduct aerial warfare during a conflict. It was officially established on 8 October 1932 as an auxiliary air force of the British Empire and the prefix Royal was added in 1945 in recognition of its services during World War II.

It was established during World War II, has been a training centre for budding pilots of the IAF since 1963. The air base had trainer aircraft like HT2 and various variants of Kiran aircraft for nearly four decades.

After India became independent from the United Kingdom in 1947, the Royal Indian Air Force served the Dominion of India, with the prefix being dropped when India became a republic in 1950. Since independence, the IAF has been involved in four wars with neighbouring Pakistan and one with the People’s Republic of China. Other major operations undertaken by the IAF include Operation Vijay, Operation Meghdoot, Operation Cactus and Operation Poomalai. Apart from conflicts, the IAF has been an active participant in United Nations peacekeeping missions.

The President of India serves as Supreme Commander of the IAF. The Chief of Air Staff, an Air Chief Marshal, is a four-star officer and commands the Air Force. There is never more than one serving ACM at any given time in the IAF. The rank of Marshal of the Air Force has been conferred once, to Arjan Singh, by the President of India on 26 Jan 2002 and he became the first five-star rank holding officer of IAF & serves as the ceremonial chief.

Now it has been remodelled and refurbished for the arrival of the Hawks. The runway has been extended to 9,000 feet and new facilities for aircraft and engine maintenance and testing are built.

It is home for the second biggest training centre in the country. Graduates from the Air Force Academy come here to learn the skills and techniques to become a next generation fighter pilot before being assigned to one of the combat units of the world’s fourth-largest air force.

Around 60-90 sorties per day are flown from the base thereby generating the highest amount of single-engine flying hours in the country from this air base.

Once the home base for 52nd Squadron, the station now houses the three Hawk Operational Training Squadrons (HOTS-A Aggressors, HOTS-B Bravehearts and HOTS-C Cheetahs).

In addition the Weapon System Operators’ School also functions here. A fourth Squadron is ready to be raised shortly. In a phased manner, 66 Hawk aircraft are to be added to the AFS Bidar.


Bidar is a Platform for Creating History
where FIRST THREE Female Pilots — Avani Chaturvedi, Bhawana Kanth and Mohana Singh were inducted in Indian Air Force fighter squadron on Saturday.

On successful completion of their training, the trio were formally commissioned by Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar. Being the first to break barriers, they were the cynosure of all eyes at the parade in their immaculate turnout. On completion of their Stage III training at Bidar in adjoining Karnataka next year, they will get to fly fighter jets like the Sukhoi and Tejas.


 

BidarApp Website Launch

www.BidarAPP.com

www.BidarApp.com Online Website was Launched & Inaugurated by  Shaik Atif Ashar, Akash bidarcitynewsDasare, Shaikh Javeed & Dr. Abdul Qadeer.

With the support of there friends & team the event was successfully Launched.

The Website is for Tourism & Classifed Ads Information.

A great initiative by bidar people were the words of Dr.Abdul Qadeer.

The Program was successfully conducted with Cultural Program by giving opportunity to new Talented Young People.
Like
1.Ladies Fashion Show
2. Singing ( Boys, Girls )
3. Dance by Sanjay Dance Academy
4. Unique Indians (YouTube : A New Concept by 3 Young Guys )
5. Photography

Website Owner & Team

Shaik Atif Ashar ( Chief Executive Officer )  Elixir Buzz Enterprises

Akash Dasare  ( Managing Director )  Elixir Buzz Enterprises

Shaikh Javeed ( Advisor ) Elixir Buzz Enterprises

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Reporter :: Ms.Bhakti

www.BidarCITY.com Team


 

District Hospital Confusion

Confusion over who should head the district hospital is causing inconvenience to patients in Bidar.

21bg_bidar_hosp_22_2981802fIn the last couple of weeks, the State government has issued four circulars appointing two different officials as the head of the 300-bed hospital. The district surgeon from the Health and Family Welfare Department and a medical superintendent from the Medical Education Department have assumed charge of the hospital, on rotation basis.

This has affected the day-to-day administration of the hospital and caused confusion among doctors. Signing of files, deputing of officers and other routine tasks are being affected. Approving X-rays and additional diagnostics, certifying autopsies, getting advanced medication of patients and/or extending their stay in the hospital, procuring anti-snake venom, etc. need approval from the head of the hospital. “We are tired of running from one office to another for these tasks every day,” a doctor said.

No clarity

The government does not seem to be clear on the issue. In a letter on June 25, the had issued orders for the government medical colleges in Karwar, Kodagu, Koppal, Gadag, Kalaburagi and Chamarajanagar, which all are attached to hospitals, conferring administrative control of the district hospital to the dean/principal of the medical college. Interestingly, Bidar was left out of the order.

For the last few years, Shivakumar Shetkar, medical superintendent from the Bidar Institute of Medical Sciences (BRIMS) has been supervising the hospital. A few days ago, C.S. Ragate, district surgeon, took over as the government said the hospital belonged to the Health and Family Welfare Department. In a week, Dr. Shetkar was instructed by the Medical Education Department to take charge of the hospital. Then, in a few days later, the government issued another order giving back the charge to Dr. Ragate. In the meantime, C. Channanna, BRIMS director, wrote to the government seeking clarification on the issue. As of now, both the officers remain posted in the district hospital.

District in-charge Minister Eshwar Khandre maintains that the issue has been sorted out. “Health Department secretary Shalini Rajneesh has confirmed to me that the hospital will remain under the Health and Family Welfare Department. In order to ensure coordination, the district surgeon, who belongs to the Health Department, will report to the BRIMS director,” he said.

However, teachers in the medical college say this system may not work well. The government has announced that it will increase the intake of BRIMS from 100 to 150. “To seek permission to do so from the Medical Council of India (MCI), the government needs to prove we have a 750-bed hospital. The district hospital has 300 beds and the new hospital building has place for 450 beds. Therefore, we need to pool these beds and present our case before the MCI. If one hospital runs under the college and the other under the Health Department, our case may be weakened,” a senior professor said.

When asked about this, Mr. Khandre said he was aware of the issue. “I will hold detailed discussions with the Health Minister and Medical Education Minister Sharan Prakash Patil and make the arrangements to ensure we are prepared for the MCI inspection,” he said.


Film School Bidar

FILM  SCHOOL for Childrenkid8 copy

1st Time in BIDAR  MEDIA Production

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Media school for children and adults to do reality shows,  album songs, movies, serials


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Age Group :  KIDS  Min. 6 Months to 15 Yrs  ADULTS : 15+

Area : Bidar District

Bring :  Color Photos, Videos if any

Last Date : 10th Feb 2016


 

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