Wednesday, July 2, 2003, Chandigarh, India


C H A N D I G A R H   S T O R I E S


Colleges witness admission rush
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 1
City colleges witnessed frenzied activity as hundreds of students lined up to seek admissions to various professional and academic courses being offered by them. The admission process began today.

While all BCom seats at GGDSD College, Sector 32, MCM DAV College for Women, Sector 36, DAV College, Sector 10, and SGGS College, Sector 26, were filled on the first day itself, a few seats are stated to be available at Dev Samaj College for Women, Sector 45, Government College, Sector 11, and Government Colleges for Girls in Sectors 11 and 42.

Bachelor of Commerce is one of the most sought-after courses. The cut-off percentage for this course in GGDSD College was 84.8 per cent, while it was 74.8 per cent at SGGS College, 78 per cent at GC-11, 77 per cent at Dev Samaj College and 73.8 per cent at DAV College. Both MCM and GCG-11 reported a cut-off of 86 per cent.

At GGDSD College, which is offering the maximum number of professional courses, seats in all streams have been filled. The cut-off in BSc (Computer Applications) and BSc (Information Technology) was 65 per cent, while for BSc (Biotechnology), it was 75 per cent. No other college in the city is presently offering these three courses.

“The response to all our courses is astonishing. The number of students seeking admission is beyond our expectations,” Dr A.C. Vaid, the college Principal, remarked. “A large number of students from neighbouring states are also flocking to the city for education,” he added.

As far as the Bachelor of Computer Applications course is concerned, Dev Samaj and MCM reported the highest cut-off of 82.6 pr cent and 78 per cent, respectively. The lowest cut-off was 58 per cent at GC-11.

For Bachelor of Business Administration, the cut-off was 75 per cent at GGDSD College, followed by 70.2 per cent at DAV College, while GC-11 trailed far behind with a cut-off of just 52 per cent.

For MSc (Information Technology), which is being offered only by GGDSD College and DAV College, the cut-off was 71.3 per cent and 70 per cent, while for MCom, which is again being offered only by these two colleges, the cut-off was 75.63 per cent for GGDSD College and 66.64 for DAV College.

Besides local youths, students from all over the region had come to seek admission to city colleges. Hundreds of students had to return home as they failed to make it to the merit lists. “While the aspirations of students are no doubt high, the competition is equally tough”, a teacher remarked. “For instance, between 85-87 per cent, there are 14 students for a particular stream,” he added.

Those who could not get a seat today were busy inquiring about the possibility of a seat getting vacant or about the next round of counselling.

For the college staff, too, it was a trying day as they had to patiently check and cross-check records, verify documents, guide students and their parents, answer queries and manage crowds.

Even the roads and grounds around the institutes were full of parked vehicles, which at a few instances created a traffic jam.Back



Change in RCs: UT extends date
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 1
The Chandigarh Administration today announced an extension in enforcing the new order pertaining to change of addresses in registration certificates of vehicles plying in the city.

The Administration has given applicants another 12 days for change of address ...that is up to July 12. From July 13 the ruling would be enforced strictly as per the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988.

Section 49 of Motor Vehicle Act, 1988, makes it mandatory for vehicles owners to get their addresses changed within one month after shifting to new places . The section also permits no necessity of change of address in registration certificate if the shifting is temporary that is up to six months, a spokesperson of the Administration said.

The Registering and Licensing Authority (RLA) in Sector 17 has deputed two officials at counter no.12 for applicants from other states to get their addresses changed as this work is being done manually. Requisite fee is also being taken in cash which was earlier accepted only in shape of court stamps.

For smart cards, all counters are doing this work. The spokesperson said that the cost of the smart card that is Rs. 200 and has been fixed vide Government of India-Ministry of Road Transport and Highways Notification dated May 31, 2002 under rule 81 of Central Motor Vehicle Rules. To make it more easy for applicants, a check list for the purpose of changing address has been printed on form 33 itself.

The documents required for change of address are: photo, insurance, engine-chassis pencil print, proof of residence, confirmation from Deputy Commissioner’s office for old registration certificates and form 33.

Check list for change of address and Form 33 are available in R.L.A. Office, Sector 17. Counter number 2 and 3 would be exclusively meant for ladies/ senior citizens/handicapped and rest of the counters would also do this job. This work would be done also on Saturdays -a day kept reserved for defence personnel/ex-servicemen/senior citizens/physically handicapped. 


Students’ no to re-test
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 1
None of the BA III students, whose answersheets were lost during the evaluation process by Panjab University, has opted for a re-examination. Students had the choice of either re-appearing in the examination or getting average marks on the basis of their score in the earlier examination.

A large number of students contacted the office of the Controller of Examination today in order to give their options following an advertisement by the university. The advertisement read: “The candidates who appeared in BA III (general) and whose results have been withheld due to answersheets being non-traceable are required to submit an undertaking regarding there option along with an authority letter from the principal, for obtaining the result.”

It is worth mentioning that the students who thronged the office were not handed over the copies of their results till about noon, despite the university notice calling them in the morning.

Meanwhile, in press note, the Examination Branch said the university today declared the results of 20 students of B.Sc III whose results were withheld.


Students suffer due to colleges’ laxity
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 1
Students of BA III were an anxious lot at a majority of local colleges here today as the colleges had not procured their detailed marks cards from Panjab University.

It may be remembered that a majority of postgraduate teaching departments on the Panjab University campus have already finalised the interview dates. Student stand no chance in securing admission incase they do not submit their result cards before the interviews.

The university had announced the BA III result on June 29 saying the colleges could collect the detailed marks cards on June 30. However, a number of colleges were yet to collect these cards.

In a related but separate development, the university has not so far prepared the marks cards of the students from honours school. It may be remembered that the results of the honours school gives additional weightage to students seeking admission to postgraduate courses.

Officials in the teaching departments on the campus confirmed that a large number of students had not yet submitted their result cards.

Sources in the Examination Department said the university was still in the process of printing the results of the honours school.


Brick comes off, plaster peels in new
hospital building
Tribune News Service

Panchkula, July 1
The newly constructed building of the General Hospital has started showing signs of decay. A brick came off and the plaster from a wall of the minor operation theatre (OT), where emergency surgeries are performed, peeled off today.

The damage was observed by doctors this morning when the minor OT was opened for the day. As a result of the falling of the brick and the plaster coming off on a 10 sq-ft area, a wall fan installed nearby also fell on the surgical equipment lying nearby, thus damaging it.

The new building of the hospital in Sector 6 was inaugurated by the then Union Health Minister, Mr Shatrughan Sinha, on October 23 last year. Less than a year later, after the fine coat of paint have begun to thin out, the poor quality of construction is now visible. Senior officials in the Department of Health and doctors in the hospital allege that the building was constructed at a cost of Rs 8.38 crore, but the final building delivered by the Public Works Department (PWD) and the Public Health Department is not up to the mark.

In fact, the matter has been taken up by the Health Department with the PWD on several occasions, but to no avail. The former Commissioner, Health, Mr Bhagwati Prasad, had inspected the hospital a few months ago, and after noting the poor quality of construction, had written to the Commissioner, PWD, urging that the faults be rectified.

Three months have passed, but the PWD, which is also responsible for the maintenance of the hospital building, has made little efforts to rectify the faults in construction, allege senior health department officials.

Today, after the Chief Medical Officer, Panchkula, Dr B.S. Chaudhary, called PWD officials to the scene, a team of officials led by the Executive Engineer, Mr M.R. Bansal visited the spot and assured that the faults would be rectified. Work in the OT was later resumed.

A senior doctors in the hospital, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said luckily the brick had fallen when the OT was closed. “Had this happened when a patient was being treated inside, it could have resulted in an accident,” he said.

There are depressions on the unfinished floors and crevices in the floor (these are breeding grounds for all kinds of infections). Seeing the cracks in the doors of operation theatres (which are supposed to be sealed for proper fumigation), the rusted taps and steel basins in the wash rooms in operation theatres and improper slants in OT’s leading to water flowing out, it is difficult for the common man to comprehend that this building has been recently constructed.

The grinding of floors as well as the 3-ft skirting on the walls appears to have not been done at all. The Paediatric OPD has depressions on the floors. Doctors allege that there are no proper points for taps and electrical points in wards, there is no toilet near the emergency ward and patients have to go to the OPD a few hundred yards away to ease themselves.

Doctors in the hospital said they had pointed out these things to the PWD, Public Health, Architectural Wing and Electrical departments time and again, while the building was under construction, but to no avail. 


All set for school admissions
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 1
The UT Education Department is all geared up to meet yet another admission rush for seats of Class XI in the 28 model and non-model government schools of the city at Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 23. While the hustle and bustle is back on government school campuses with schools reopening today, the admission season is an elaborate affair.

Centralised admissions will be conducted to nearly 8,000 seats of the faculties of science, commerce and arts for which a total of 10,000 forms have been received. These will begin with admissions to candidates belonging the reserved categories.

Beginning this year, the department has decided to admit students having compartments along with admissions to regular students. The process for admitting such candidates will begin from July 14. Admissions will continue till July 17 when cases of all applicants who could not make it to the venue on their assigned day would be taken up.

Departing from convention of having separate fee counters of all the government schools, the department has decided to have only two fee counters which will take fee for all schools. 


Govt schools reopen
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 1
Government schools reopened in the city today after a month long summer break. Returning from the break, the children were in high spirits. Books, classrooms and teachers seemed to charm each one of them. Eager to begin studies, the junior sections seemed a little apprehensive with their examinations slated for July 4.

Though attendance in schools fell well short of the 100 per cent marks, the low percentage of students in classes was attributed to uncertainty prevailing over the beginning of classes. “Parents have been calling up to ask when the schools are reopening”, said the Principal Khushinder Sharma of GMSSS-35. At GMSSS-16 the attendance was over 75 per cent while not many reported at GMSSS-23, the venue for centralised admissions.


Flaw detected in tabulation of accident data
Rajmeet Singh
Tribune News Service

Compromise sans consent ?

Investigations reveal that police personnel favour a compromise instead of registering an FIR as it requires less paper work. There have been instances when police personnel help in negotiating the “compromise money” and often pocket a part of it. In some cases, the drivers who did not want to take their vehicles to a police station were forced to make a compromise by the other “ influential” party.

Chandigarh, July 1
Information about the actual number of fatal and non-fatal accidents that have occurred on city roads has been suppressed over the years. This is due to the fact that the data regarding compromise cases has never been entered into the accident records.

Senior officials of the Chandigarh police stumbled upon this major flaw in the system of tabulating accident data when they were inquiring into the causes of accidents and the problematic spots in the city.

The Senior Superintendent of Police has directed all police stations to provide information about compromise cases in minor accidents to the traffic accident cell. All police stations have been directed by the SSP to provide details of the compromise cases entered in their Daily Diary Register (DDR) from the beginning of this year.

Inquires reveal that on an average, about 120 cases of compromise in accidents are being recorded every month at different police stations. The data, though insignificant in nature for the police personnel at respective police stations, could play a key role in taking preventive measures to check accidents. Several initiatives like the use of road engineering and the deployment of police personnel to check accidents could not be taken over the years due to wrong projection of the accident records.

As per the procedure, whenever a call about an accident is received at a police station directly or from the Police Control Room (PCR), the Reserve Officer or the Emergency Officer visits the scene of the accident.

A rough sketch of the accident scene is made and if the persons involved in accidents want to reach a compromise, the policeman asks both parties to sign a compromise. Though reluctant to share the information to the traffic accident cell. The incorrect data also hampered the efforts by the police in projecting papers. The information about the outcome of a case is entered in the DDR of the respective police station.


Encroachments removed in booth markets
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 1
The authorities today launched a campaign to remove encroachments in booth markets in Sectors 19, 22 and 15. At least 30 unauthorised shops and tin sheds in the passages were removed.

The campaign followed meetings between traders and the authorities. The traders had been given two days to remove the tin sheds from the passages.

The authorities impounded goods of more than 10 persons and issued challans to several shopkeepers in the market as well as in Palika Market.

Enforcement Magistrate Ishwar Singh, Assistant Estate Officer Ashwani Kumar, Municipal Corporation Tehsildar Bhagwan Dass Vishnoi and the Sector 19 SHO led a group of around 100 labourers and policemen to the market for the removal of encroachments. Six inspectors of the Municipal Corporation and two of the Estate Office formed part of the enforcement team. A JCB machine and six trucks were used to accomplish the task.

The drive will be carried out in Shastri Market tomorrow and Sector 15 the day after.

The traders in the Sector 19 booth market were asked to remove encroachments by tomorrow.

Tin sheds over blind walls, where unauthorised traders used to set up shops, were removed. However, encroachments in the lanes of the market were left untouched on the plea of traders, who said these sheds provided them protection from the sunlight and the rain.

At least 30 of those shopkeepers who had secured a stay from the court were spared , the sources said.

A section of the traders resented the drive, saying that they had moved an application to the Estate Office to permit them to cover the passages at their own expense. But the officials said the matter had not yet been decided. The Fire Department has been crying itself hoarse about keeping these passages free of any hindrances so as to facilitate movement in case a fire breaks out.

Another section of traders, however, praised the drive, saying that the removal of encroachments from the passages would provide shopkeepers inside the market an opportunity to be seen by the buyers.


Another water sample ‘fails’ test
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 1
With another water sample from the Vikasnagar area in Mauli Jagran, where this year’s first cholera case was detected failing the bacteriological test, the Municipal Corporation, today launched a special drive to check such contamination at other points in various colonies, vulnerable to cholera, dengue and malaria.

“After the health authorities brought to our notice that water sample collected from house number 170, in Vikasnagar had failed the bacteriological test, we immediately swung into action and rectified the contamination point,” informed Mr V.K. Bhardwaj, Chief Engineer, Municipal Corporation.

He said when after rectifying the leakage point water sample from the same place was collected and retested, it was found to be fit for consumption.

It is learnt that in order to ensure that there is no contamination, the MC collected about 200 samples from different sources in Karsan, Vikasnagar and Nehru Colony, Sector 52, today.

After last year’s bitter experience the authorities are not willing to take any chances as the main cause for outbreak of cholera, last year was due to water contamination.

Senior health officials, including the Director Health Services, Dr C.P. Bansal and Nodal Officer, Dr J.K. Kalra, today held a meeting with the MC officials. “We are working in close coordination with the MC to ensure that the situation remains under control and all necessary steps are being taken in this direction,” informed Dr Bansal.

He said though it was the responsibility of the MC to undertake routine sampling on daily basis, but as a precautionary measure even the health officials were getting water samples tested.

Meanwhile, health officials said that there was no clustering or sudden increase in the number of gastroenteritis and diarrhoea cases. “We are getting about six to 10 cases each at different civil dispensaries, which is very normal for this time of the year,” they said.

It is due to the water pipes passing along the sewerage lines, which leads to faecal contamination in the drinking water being supplied to a number of colonies.

It was only yesterday that two water samples taken from Senior Secondary School, Ram Darbar and from a house in Sector 52, were found to be contaminated.


Devotees take part in rath yatra
Our Correspondent

Chandigarh, July 1
Chanting hymns, a large number of devotees pulled the flower-bedecked chariot of Lord Jagannath during a 'rath yatra' today taken out in the city by the Utkal Sanskrutik Sangh.

As the yatra of Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadraji progressed, more and more devotees joined in. It started from Jagannath Temple in Sector 31 this afternoon before passing through Sectors 20, 33 and 32.

According to organisers, the yatra was taken out by the sangh annually along with the ones taken out in Puri and Orissa.


MC to provide fodder at cattle pounds
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 1
The Municipal Corporation of Chandigarh has decided to provide green fodder to the cattle at the cattle pounds in Sector 25 and Industrial Area. A decision in this connection was taken at a meeting of the Finance and Contract Committee (F&CC) of the MC held here yesterday.

Stating this, Mr Subash Chawla, Mayor and Chairman of the F&CC, said the corporation would provide 5 kg of green fodder per animal in addition to the 2 kg of dry fodder already being provided to each animal per day. This would put an extra burden on the exchequer of the MC by Rs 5 lakh.

He said the MC would have to purchase at least 6,000 quintals of green fodder and 2,000 quintals of dry fodder to meet the requirement. There are at least 200 animals (cows and buffaloes) in the cattle pound of Sector 25 and at least 500 in the cattle pound of the Industrial Area. However, the figure varies from time to time, the Mayor said.

Apart from this, there is another cattle pound in Sector 45 with at least 350 animals but that is maintained by a local NGO. “The MC will not provide green fodder in this cattle pound as the requirements are already met by the NGO”, he added.

In another decision taken by the F&CC today it has been decided to form a subcommittee of the MC to look into the feasibility of hiring a consultant in connection with the leasing out of the slaughter house to a private entrepreneur.

The F&CC has also approved the replacement of trunk radio sets with mobile phones for the MC staff. “150 mobile sets will be purchased and provided to all officials of the corporation above the rank of junior engineer to improve working”, Mr Vijay Rana, member of the F&CC, said.

He said even the councillors could get mobile phones on their own, provided that the minimum expenses fixed with the company would have to be beared by them.

In another decision the reserve prices for the Circus Ground, Nehru Park and exhibition ground have been fixed at Rs 3 lakh, 3.75 lakh and 3.5 lakh, respectively.

The main agendas approved at the meeting include permission to hold yoga and martial arts classes at community centres, recarpeting of roads in various sectors, preparation of the estimate for improving the solid-waste disposal system by tapping rainwater from the catchment area of the railway land at Charan Singh Colony and Vikas Nagar (Mauli Jagran, Phase-I, II&III), recarpeting of V-3 roads in Sector 45-C and D at an estimated cost of Rs 27.26 lakh and purchase of summer uniform for the employees.

Mr Rana said the matter regarding a rough estimate for laying cement concrete on the internal roads of Burail village also came up before the meeting. This was provisionally approved by the committee with a condition that it would visit the spot and assess the cost estimate of the work. The rough cost of this work has been put at Rs 18.25 lakh.


Traders’ protest continues
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 1
Traders of the city, under the banner of the Commercial Tenants Association, continued with ‘silent protest’ against the Rent Act notification by sitting on the roadside on Jan Marg this morning. They were also carrying banners. About hundred traders parked their cars on the pavements and sat on the kerb of the road. Later in the evening, a group of traders went from shop to shop in the city seeking support for their protest.

Meanwhile, in a separate development today, the Property Owners Welfare Association (POWA) held a meeting to take note of the protests being held by commercial tenants for doing away with the Rent Act notification and to chalk out further course of action to counter these demonstrations.

Members opined that the demonstrations were anti-national as these were being held just for the personal interests of a few. 


PLATFORM: Save water

The presence of water has made Earth an oasis in the desert of planets. However, deforestation, pollution and reckless use of water, not repairing leaking and broken pipes is fast depleting the water resources. In the times to come, this may give birth to a deficiency disease, ‘water anemia’, making Earth a barren land devoid of life.

Water crisis can be overcome by the joint efforts of the citizens and the government. The increase in population has resulted in fast depletion of water resources.

It is important to launch a campaign to create awareness about water conservation. There is a need to tell people how water wastage can be checked. People must begin by obeying rules framed by the administration and the government regarding limited use of water.

Besides, we are using our rivers and oceans as dumping grounds where waste from industries mingles with water, making it unfit for human consumption. We are, in fact, digging our own graves since rivers and seas cannot remove this dirt on their own. This has to stop.

Recycling and reusing are the two important ways of minimising water wastage. It is in our own interest to manage our resources well.

Osho Katyal, Class IX, KB DAV, Centenary SchoolBack


Tribune employee retires
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 1
Mr Dashrath Yadav, senior head havildar (cash ), retired yesterday after more than 37 years of service in The Tribune. He joined The Tribune at Ambala on April 25, 1966.

A farewell party was held for him in the office premises by his colleagues.

Mr O.P. Arora, Additional General Manager, lauded his services to the institution. Mr Vishwanath, Assistant General Manager, Mr Anil Pandhi, Accounts Manager; Mr Rajeshwar Chopra, Circulation Manager; and Mr Vinay Verma, Marketing Manager, were also present.


Management of canteens changed

Chandigarh, July 1
The management of canteens at the PGI and the General Hospital, Sector 16, was changed today. Professional support will be provided by the Institute of Hotel Management and the Food Craft Institute. 

A spokesperson for the Chandigarh Administration said since these two institutes were training institutes, they could not bear the canteen workload on their own. They will now provide training for the staff and consultancy. One faculty member of the Institute of Hotel Management will look after the functioning of the canteens. TNS


Bal Sadan kids get gift
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 1
The State Bank of India could not have made a better offering on the occasion of its Foundation Day today. Continuing to don the humble mantle, the SBI authorities celebrated their success not by listing their achievements but by coming to the aid of the less fortunate ones.

Keeping its past tradition, the SBI today presented tricycles to two mentally challenged children, apart from gifting a tempo traveller to the 25 inmates of Bal Sadan, Panchkula. The occasion was indeed special for the destitute kids and orphans of Bal Sadan.

The general secretary of the Bal Sadan Association, Ms Kalpana Ghai, thanked the SBI.


Pirated CDs seized, one held
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 1
The police today arrested Dharam Pal, an employee of Deepak Radios, Sector 17, on the charge of selling pirated audio and video CDs.

According to information, a police party conducted a raid on the shop and seized 250 audio CDs and one video CD. A case has been registered. The case was registered on a complaint by Malhotra Copy Right Limited.

Printer seized
Mr Ashraf Ali of EIPER India Limited has complained to the police that Sanjeev Berry was selling duplicate laser ink-jet printers. At least 27 duplicate printers were seized from him near Kiran cinema.

Stolen cellphones recovered
Two mobile phone were recovered from Aman, alias Sagar, a resident of Daddu Majra Colony. An official at the Crime Branch said one of the mobile phones had been stolen from the house of Krishan Kumar on Monday. The police was hopeful of making more recoveries from the suspect.

Killed in accident
Sohan Singh, a resident of Phase II, Ram Darbar, died after being hit by a bus ( CH 01 G 8809) of the Chandigarh Transport Undertaking , near the poultry farm chowk, Hallo Majra. The deceased was riding a bicycle when he was hit by the bus being driven by Nirmal Singh. The deceased was declared brought dead at the Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32, here. The driver of the bus has been arrested under Sections 279, 337 and 304-A of the IPC.

Ms Inder Pal Kaur, a resident of Sector 11, has reported that Mannu Bhatti, a resident of Sector 24, had stolen her gold jewellery in 2002. A case under Sections 380 and 411 of the IPC has been registered. The stolen items have already been recovered from the suspect.

Rickshaw-puller held
A 23-year-old rickshaw-puller, Jiya Lal, was on Tuesday arrested for being involved in two cases of theft in Sector 8. According to information, the burglar had broken into a cyber cafe in Sector 8 and stolen 18 mobile phone SIM cards and Rs 500. A case of theft has been registered.


Killed in mishap
One person was killed and two others were seriously injured when the car they were travelling in collided with a tractor-trailer near Kot village on the National Highway No. 73 on Tuesday morning.

The traffic flow remained disrupted for half an hour due to the accident, police said.

The injured were rushed to the PGI. They are said to be in a serious condition


Cyclist killed in accident
Our Correspondent

SAS Nagar, July 1
One person was killed when a bus hit a bicycle here today.

According to reports, the bus struck the bicyclist, Roopinder Singh of Sohana village, on the road separating Phases X and XI. The youth was taken to a private hospital in Phase IX.

The driver of the private bus, Ik Ram, was detained by the police.


Spice, AirTel vehicles impounded

Chandigarh, July 1
The Chandigarh Municipal Corporation today impounded two vehicles of Spice and AirTel for displaying advertisements in violation of the relevant rules. The vehicle of AirTel was released after the payment of penalty, an official spokesman of the corporation said. 

The amount of penalty on the Spice Telecom’s vehicle is to be decided tomorrow after a meeting between corporation and the company officials tomorrow.

Spice officials clarified that the company did not know about the advertisement rules of the corporation. AirTel officials were not available for comments. TNS

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