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  1. Nov 11, 2015

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    Pulse Polio: 3.57 lakh children to be immunised in Prakasam
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    Just two drops of polio vaccine can make all the difference, says Prakasam Joint Collector Hari Jawaharlal.

    Flagging of an awareness rally here on Saturday to ensure polio-free India, he urged officials of health and other departments involved in the campaign to ensure 100 per cent coverage of the targeted children in the age group of below five years on the first day itself.

    Doctors, health workers, nursing students, employees from the Integrated Child Development Scheme(ICDS) and others took part in the rally to impress upon parents to take their children to the 2,499 booths being set up for the purpose on Sunday.

    District Medical and Health Officer J. Yasmin said: “We are fully geared up to undertake the gigantic task of immunising 3.57 lakh children in the district by making available 4.5 lakh doses to the designated schools and public health centres.

    We have to be cautious as there is lurking danger of polio virus entering the nation from neighbouring countries, said Dr. K. Sudhakar Babu Regional director, Family Welfare from Visakhapatnam who had come to oversee conduct of the pulse polio programme.

    As many as 59 transit booths were being set up in railway stations and bus stations to reach out to children on the move along with their parents during Sankaranti festival, he said.

    Dr. Yasmin said that 88 mobile teams would visit remotest parts of the district to cover about 9,000 children of those working in construction sites, brick kilns, fishermen and nomads. As many as 38 booths were being organised in remote tribal hamlets in the Nallamalla forests, she added.

    Nellore Staff Reporter adds: The pulse polio programme will be held in Nellore district from January 17 to 19 for three days with the objective of administering the drops to nearly 3.29 lakh children in the age-group of 0 to 5 years.

    Giving details of the programme, Joint Collector A. Md. Imtiaz on Saturday said there used to be polio cases before 1995 but the problem had come down following massive pulse polio programmes being taken up periodically. Elaborate arrangements have been made at all the venues for administering polio drops, he added.
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    IIIT to start functioning from new academic year. The HRD Minister said a notification for admitting 1,000 students would be issued in March/April.
    Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Ongole, named after former President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam will start functioning from the new academic year.

    Announcing this here on Tuesday, Minister for Human Resource Development Ganta Srinivasa Rao said that a notification for admitting 1,000 students would be issued in March/April.

    Mr. Srinivasa Rao, along with Transport Minister Sidda Raghava Rao, inspected the land identified for the institution under the Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies at Yerrajerla near here. Meritorious students with rural background would be given preference under the six-year integrated course after Class 10, leading to a B.Tech. degree, the Minister told reporters. The focus would be on honing soft skills of the students, he explained.

    The site for the IIIT would be finalised in a 'day or two by Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu from the shortlisted sites, including the ones closer to the Chennai-Kolkata highway, he said after holding consultations with TDP MLAs D. Janardhana Rao and D. Balaveeranjaneya Swamy.

    Source : http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/andhra-pradesh/minister-inspects-site/article8185765.ece?ref=tpnews
     
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    Traffic to be diverted in Prakasam district
    Police have drawn up elaborate plans to ensure smooth flow of vehicular movement on the Chennai-Kolkata and Addanki-Hyderabad highways in Prakasam district during the Krishna Pushkarams beginning on August 12.

    All heavy motor vehicles from Chennai to Hyderabad would be diverted via Addanki, Narketpally and Nalgonda. Those heavy motor vehicles going towards Kolkata via Narketpally, Suryapet and Jaggayyapet during the pushkaram days, police said, adding other lesser capacity motor vehicles from Visakhapatnam side would be diverted via Repalle, Karlapalem, Bapatla and Chirala on the old Madras Road.

    “We will ensure that heavy motor vehicles do not touch Guntur and Vijayawada during the 12-day pushkaram,” Special Branch Deputy Superintendent of Police U. Nagaraju said.

    Krishna Jal booking

    Meanwhile, Senior superintendent of Ongole postal division T.A.V. Sarma said those who could not make it to the river festival for different reasons could make bookings in all post offices for getting Krishna Jal packed in 500 ml bottles through speed post both within and outside the country.

    They could also make their Krishna Jal booking online by visiting www.appost.in/eshop till August 8, he added.

    The holy waters of the Krishna would be drawn during the pushkaram period and purified in 13 different stages for ‘puja’ and bathing purposes.

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