NSP SCHOLORSHIP MONEY TRANSFERRED IN STUDENTS ACCOUNT CHECK YOUR SCHOLORSHIP PAYMENT.
NSP SCHOLORSHIP MONEY TRANSFERRED IN STUDENTS ACCOUNT CHECK YOUR SCHOLORSHIP PAYMENT.
In this article Jkstudentsblog will briefly discuss about Nsp Payment transferred in Students Bank Account.
Students who have successfully gone through various levels of verification are now waiting for their scholarship amount. As per latest news, scholarship amount has been credited to various students in many states. Students are advised to keep checking their NSP payment status daily. We will provide you full procedure to check your payment status easily.
How to Check NSP Scholarship Payment Status
Steps to be followed are given as:
Click on the link below.
Now login in by entering your login details.
After successfully login in, Click on ‘CHECK PAYMENT STATUS‘
Enter the details there like account number, DOB etc.
Finally, Click on search button.
After this process, your NSP Payment Status will be displayed.
NSP Scholarship 2023 AADHAAR Based Payment
Applicants/Students who have entered Aadhaar in their online application correctly and if their Aadhaar is linked to any of their bank account, in such cases the amount of Scholarship will be credited to that Aadhaar linked bank account only even if the student has mentioned any other non-Aadhaar linked bank account in her/his online application.
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TRAFFIC POLICE HEADQUARTERS, J&K, JAMMU/SRINAGAR
1. From 04-03-2023, 1700 hrs. to 05-03-2023, 1700 hrs Jammu Srinagar NHW remained blocked for 10 mins at Mehar-Cafeteria due to shooting stones, blocked for 35 mins due to stone slide at Dewal bridge. NAVYUG Tunnel closed for 04 hours 20 mins by Tunnel authority, making the total blockage of 05 hrs 05 mins. There was breakdown of 01 HMV between Nashri and NAVYUG Tunnel.
2. HMVs with only 06 and 10 tyres shall be allowed to ply through Dhar road.
3. NHAI has been directed by the Govt. to repair and maintenance works on NH-44 between Nashri and NAVYUG Tunnel. Because of this necessary repair work, traffic will remain suspended from Nashri towards NAVYUG Tunnel and vice versa from 06:00 am on 10th March to 06:00 am on 11th March 2023*
TRAFFIC PLAN & ADVISORY FOR 06-03-2023:-
Subject to fair weather and road clearance, LMVs Passenger/Private Cars shall be allowed from both sides on Jammu-Srinagar NHW viz Jammu towards Srinagar and vice-versa. TCU Jammu/Srinagar shall be liaise with TCU Ramban before releasing the traffic.
CUT OFF TIMINGS FOR LMVS/PASSENGER/PRIVATE CARS
To be released from Nagrota (Jammu) from 0700 hrs. to 1200 hrs.
from Jakheni (Udhampur) 0800 hrs to 1300 hrs &
from NAVYUG Tunnel (Qzd. side) 0900 hrs to 1300 hrs.
TCU Jammu and TCU Srinagar will inform all concerned about the traffic advisory and cut off timings. No vehicle shall be allowed to move before and after cut off timings.
Subject to fair weather and better road conditions, HMVs shall be allowed from NAVYUG Tunnel (Qazigund side) towards Jammu after assessing the road and traffic situation on NH-44. TCU Srinagar shall liaise with TCU Ramban before releasing the HMVs.
SFs Convoy Movement:-
Security Forces are advised/requested not to ply against advisory/traffic plan in view of possible traffic congestion because of narrow carriage way between Nashree and Banihal on Jammu-Srinagar NHW. *Tomorrow they may ply from Srinagar towards Jammu* after confirming the status of NHW from TCU Ramban.
SSG ROAD: –
SSG Road closed for vehicular movement as per Divisional Commissioner Ladakh UT’s order no. 75 dated 06-01-2023 in view of snow accumulation.
Mughal Road closed for vehicular movement as per District Magistrate Shopian’s order endstt. no. DMS/PA/2023/1362-67 dated 05-01-2023 in view of snow accumulation.
People are advised to undertake journey on NH-44 only after confirming status of the road from Traffic control units as under:-
• Jammu (0191-2459048, 0191- 2740550, 9419147732, 103)
• Srinagar (0194-2450022, 2485396, 18001807091, 103)
• Ramban (9419993745)
• Udhampur (8491928625)
• PCR Kishtwar (9906154100) for status of Sinthan Road
Advisory issued today on 05-03-2023 at 1900 hrs.
*J&K Forest Department conducts Training on “Forest Fire Prevention and Management”*
*Says forest department has established around 246 fire control rooms across UT of J&K and involve PRIs & local people in prevention and control of forest fires*
Muzafar Ahmad Dar
Srinagar Mar 05 :(ANR) Jammu and Kashmir Forest Department o
conducts Training on “Forest Fire Prevention and Management.
As per details available to *Anantnag News Reader* briefly explained in statement by forest department said, J&K Forest Department has conducted one day pre-fire season training workshop involving frontline forest staff, Panchayat Raj Institutions, SDRF, J&K Fire Emergency Services and allied departments to enhance the coordinated action at the field level during the Forest Fire Emergencies under the theme “Coordination and Community Participation in Forest Fire Prevention and Management” in J&K at Forest Resource Management Centre, Jammu. The workshop aimed at coordination at the level of deployment, communication between various stakeholders and PRI institutions for capacity building, use of latest technologies and building information networks to improve the fire prevention and mitigation operations during the ensuing summer. Field specific mock drills were conducted in order to ensure Fire evacuation and safety during fire mitigation operations involving Forest Field staff, SDRF 2nd Battalion Jammu and J&K Fire & Emergency Services.
The training workshop was inaugurated by Dr. Mohit Gera, PCCF & HoFF, J&K in presence of Sh. Suresh Kumar Gupta, PCCF/ Chief Wildlife Warden J&K, Sh. Sarvesh Rai, PCCF/ CEO CAMPA J&K, Sh. B.M Sharma, Addl. PCCF Jammu and attended by Sh. B. Mohandaas, Conservator of Forests, East Circle Jammu, Sh. Vivek Verma, Conservator of Forests, West Circle, Rajouri, Sh. Anup Kumar Soni, DFO Jammu, Sh. Sunil Singh, DFO Urban Forestry Division Jammu, Sh. Vinay Khajuria, ACF, SMVDSB, Katra, Sh. Shoba Rani, Sarpanch Aitham, Sh. Sham Kumar, Naib Sarpanch Aithum, Sh. Thoru Ram, Sarpanch Panchgrain, Sh. Rajinder Singh, Sarpanch Nadoore, Master Trainers of J&K Fire & Emergency Department and State Disaster Management Force.
During the Inaugural address, Dr Mohit Gera emphasized on the forest fires scenario at National level as well as in Jammu & Kashmir and expressed serious concern on increasing incidences of forest fires due to rising temperatures and dry conditions. He informed that the forest department has established around 246 fire control rooms across UT of J&K and involve PRIs & local people in prevention and control of forest fires. In order to enhance the real time monitoring of fire incidents, Photo Interpretation Division Jammu is being equipped with real time Fire monitoring and dissemination cell. Integration of role of Fire & Emergency Services and SDRF in forest fire management is pivotal to successful forest fire control operations and all the coordinating agencies are continuously engaged in averting major fire outbreaks. He also informed on the recent initiatives of the forest department in sustainable utilization of Chir Pine needles in making of handicrafts by women SHGs and Bio mass to Energy in rural areas has been gaining momentum under the new NTFP policy which is helping prevention of fires and creation of livelihood. Further, in order to improve the response time to any fire incidents steps were already taken to improve the mobilization of field staff and equip them with locally fabricated equipments.
Sh. Sarvesh Rai, PCCF/ CEO CAMPA, J&K has emphasized the inclusive and holistic approach to Forest Fire Prevention and Mitigation measures which includes Greening measure, soil & water conservation measures, fire prevention measures by way of consultation and coordination with PRIs. He also discussed the financial support of CAMPA in prevention and control of forest fires.
Sh. B.M. Sharma, APPCF Jammu stated during the address that the workshop aims to impart fundamental and technical aspect of Forest Fire Management to frontline staff of Territorial, Wildlife, Forest Protection Force and Social Forestry Department and also involving representatives of PRI in order to achieve coordinated outcome during fire emergency. Fire & Emergency Department and SDRF has been involved in the mock drill session to ensure cross sectoral coordination at the field level.
Success stories in respect of Fire Prevention and control operations in respect of Udhampur and Nowshera Forest Division were discussed where schemes under J&K CAMPA were implemented under the theme bio- mass to energy initiatives and coordination with other agencies in successful control of major Forest fires. Sh. Thoru Ram, Sarpanch Panjgrain has emphasized the role of panchayats, Biodiversity Management Committee, Joint Forest Management Committee in conservation of forest resources against any resource degradation practices and stated that villagers should adopt forest-based livelihood initiatives of forest department. He praised the department for creation of water harvesting/ storage structure in kandi areas.