24012023-CT-01.qxd 1/24/2023 12:19 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh tribune OFFICE-BEARER OF AAP’S WOMEN WING JOINS BJP AMARJIT SIDHU BACK AS MOHALI MAYOR, SLAMS AAP NANDINI GETS U-17 SOCCER PROBABLES’ CAMP CALL General secretary of UT AAP’s women wing Amanpreet Kaushal and her supporters join BJP. P3 24 days after cancellation of his membership as councillor, Sidhu takes Mohali Mayor’s seat. P3 Local footballer Nandini Vijay Kumar has been named for the 21-member Indian U-17 probables squad. P3 » » CHD P’KULA MOHALI POSITIVE 99,360 48,434 1,01,163 RECOVERED 98,177 48,013 99,995 NEW CASES 0 0 0 ACTIVE 2 0 0 CHANGE 0 0 0 DEATHS 1,181 421 1,168 NEW 0 0 0 AIR QUALITY INDEX CHANDIGARH 217 PANCHKULA 43 MOHALI 107 401-500 301-400 201-300 101-200 51-100 0-50 SEVERE VERY POOR POOR MODERATE SATISFACTORY GOOD INBRIEF PO NABBED WITH PISTOL Chandigarh: Dhanas resident Sharik, alias Shann (34), a proclaimed offender, has been held with a pistol and two cartridges near the ISBT-43. He is a PO in two cases. TNS FACEBOOK/CHANDIGARHTRIBUNE Portals for fee payment, admission to govt schools in UT on the cards UT gets North’s largest floating solar power plant Naina Mishra WILL BRING IN MORE TRANSPARENCY, EFFICIENCY Tribune News Service Chandigarh, January 23 The Chandigarh Education Department is planning to launch a portal for fee submission in government schools, allowing parents to pay the dues online without having to visit the institution. The facility will be for students of classes 9 to 12. The launch of the portal is expected to benefit both schools and parents. For schools, it will help streamline the fee collection process, reduce administrative workload, and increase transparency and accountability in fee collection, while for parents, it will provide a convenient and an efficient way of making fee payments, eliminating the need to visit the school and reducing the risk of lost or misplaced fee receipts. ■ Fee portal for classes 9 to ❝ ONLINE SYSTEM WILL REDUCE FRAUD Parents can pay fee on portal and get receipt. It will reduce risk of fraud. We are also planning nursery admissions through portal. Harsuhinder Pal Singh Brar, DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL EDUCATION ❞ Further, the department is planning to launch a portal for admission to the entry-level class in government schools. The online admission process will also help improve fairness in the selection process by providing all applicants with equal access to information and opportunity to apply. This will help ensure all students get an equal chance of admis- 12 will help streamline collection process, reduce workload, increase transparency ■ Will also eliminate need for parents to visit school, reduce the risk of lost or misplaced fee receipts ■ Portal for admission to entry-level class will ensure fairness in the selection process by offering info access to all ■ Applicants can track status of their application, receive notifications, updates on status; they can also upload various documents sion, regardless of their socioeconomic background or location. The online admission process will also help improve transparency by way continued on page 3 Rebooted MAX 22°C | MIN 10°C YESTERDAY MAX 25.6°C | MIN 6.7°C SUNRISE WEDNESDAY 7.17 AM TWITTER/THETRIBUNECHD FILE PHOTO TRICITY COVID REPORT GENERALLY CLOUDY SUNSET TUESDAY 5.52 PM » TUESDAY | 24 JANUARY 2023 | CHANDIGARH FORECAST Suspect’s clothes and bicycle used in crime also seized by cops. Sec 40 resident nabbed for flashing at college teacher Chandigarh, January 23 Almost two weeks after a youth flashed in front of a 50year-old college teacher, the Chandigarh police have arrested the suspect. Sector 40 resident Chirag, 21, was nabbed by a team led by Inspector Eram Rizvi, SHO, Sector 39 police station. The police also recovered the clothes that the suspect had worn on the day of the incident and the bicycle that he had used to flee the scene. The suspect is married and has a marketing job. On January 8, the college teacher had gone for a walk to a Sector 38 park when the suspect flashed in front of her. The complainant had claimed while she was walking inside continued on page 3 Chandigarh, January 23 After inaugurating North India’s largest floating solar project of 2MWp at the waterworks in Sector 39 and another one of 500kWp along with fountains at the Dhanas lake today, UT Administrator Banwarilal Purohit asked the citizens to join hands with the administration in promoting solar power. 2MWp unit installed at Sec 39 waterworks at cost of ~11.70 cr The plant at the waterworks has been installed at a cost of Rs 11.70 crore, including 10year operations and maintenance (O&M) cost. The 500kWp plant along with fountains at the Dhanas lake has been built at a cost of Rs 3.34 crore, including 10-year O&M cost. These projects have been designed and executed by the Chandigarh Renewable Energy and Science & Technology Promotion Society (CREST) continued on page 3 Started giving results RESULTS OF PREVIOUS SESSION: ADMISSION NOTICE B. 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