Hoshiarpur: The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare organised a prize-distribution function through video-conferencing from Delhi for announcing ‘Kayakalp’ programme prize winners from among several government health institutions for 2019-20. Mukerian Civil Hospital was awarded the first prize in Punjab. Civil Surgeon Dr Ranjit Singh, Deputy Medical Commissioner Dr Harbans Kaur, SMO, Mukerian, Dr JP Singh and his staff were present on the occasion. The Civil Surgeon congratulated the staff in Mukerian for achieving this honour. Dr Harbans Kaur said under Kayakalp programme, ratings are given as per the norms laid down by the Government of India. Grading is done after inspecting the building of the hospital, maintenance of records, facilities provided to patients by the staff, fences, parks, etc. OC
‘Policy to benefit 10,000 traders’
Jalandhar: Punjab Industry and Commerce Minister Sunder Sham Arora on Tuesday said the one-time settlement scheme would benefit almost 10,000 small and medium scale businessmen of the region. Participating in a virtual launch of the scheme, he said, around 10,000 traders of Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Hoshiarpur, and the SBS Nagar would be covered under this scheme. He said this scheme would resolve the long-pending issue of unavailability of C-forms and others raised by the industrialists. He said the OTS scheme would facilitate the business community which was already facing problems due to the C-forms. TNS
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