The BBMP has resumed issuing voter’s photo identity cards (EPIC). It has been distributing forms with names and other details to those whose names are in the electoral list, but do not have photo ID cards. Besides, they are
also correcting mistakes in those IDs where there are mistakes. The BBMP has resumed issuing voter’s photo identity cards (EPIC). It has been distributing forms with names and other details to those whose names are in the electoral list, but do not have photo ID cards. Besides, they are also correcting mistakes in those IDs where there are mistakes. submitting a filled up Form-6 and your name will be registered in the voters’ list. The last date is July 6 for inclusion of names. Continue reading HSRians Don’t Forget to Get your Voter ID Card→
Have an aim in life and work hard towards realizing the goals – advised former President Dr A P J Abdul Kalam.
Inaugurating the JSS Public School at HSR Layout on Thursday, Kalam interacted with students, narrated stories as well as made them take an oath to lead an honest life, free from corruption.
“Having a small aim in life is a crime. We need to work with integrity. It’s important to achieve success with integrity,” Kalam said.
Speaking on ‘What milestone will I create in my journey of life’, Kalam said: “To be successful four important principles are – have an aim in life, acquire knowledge, work hard, have perseverance and learn to manage time.”
Dr Kalam emphasized that each individual should plant 10 saplings to achieve a target of having 10 billion new trees by 2015.
Encouraging youngsters to inculcate the habit of reading, the former President advised students to have a home library.
His Excellency Dr.A.P.J Abdul Kalaam will be visiting HSR Layout to inaugurate the New Building of JSS Public School tomorrow (i.e, 29th July, 2010). The ceremony is scheduled to take place after 4pm at the JSS Public School on 14th Main, adjacent to BDA Complex, in 6th Sector.
More Information is available on the Schools website www.jssonline.org
HSR Layout Residents Association, 2nd Sector met for the Annual General Body Meeting for nearly three hours on June 6th at New Extension Cambridge Public School. The first part was a review of the activities of the association during the preceding year. The second part was the interaction of residents with the civic officials from BBMP, BDA, BWSSB, BMTC, and Police department. We had requested these organisations to depute senior officials and engineers to interact with residents and give suitable responses to the queries.
Unfortunately barring a few, civic agencies were represented by junior staff who showed helplessness in answering our queries. KPTCL and BESCOM representatives were absent; we were most disappointed. The local corporator Latha Narasimhamurthy was present through out the meeting.
Officebearers of the Association: The new President is R S Hiremath. and Vice -President Purushotham. Channakeshava A is the Secretary. Brig Murthy will support the association as an advisor.
-Information provided by Brig. R S Murthy
The annual general body meeting of the HSR Layout, 2nd Sector led to freewheeling interaction between government body officials and residents.
By Brig (retd.) R S Murthy
(This Article was written by Brig(retrd.) R.S Murthy President of HSR Layout 2nd RWA )
The seven-year old HSR Layout Sector II Residents Association convened their annual general body meeting on 19th of July at Cambridge Public School located in the vicinity.
The meeting was well attended by residents and had a focused agenda. The concerns of the residents included:
Bad Roads & silted/clogged Storm water drains:
a. Blacktopping of all roads and regular clearance of shoulder undergrowth.
b. De-silting of all storm-water drains
c. Proper repair of road cutting.
a. Daily clearance of garbage in a proactive manner. There is improvement but a system has to be in place, this will stop the menace of pigs, stray dogs& rodents, reptiles and prevent health problems.
b. Aggressive awareness campaign by BBMP on educating residents through posters, notices and audio visual road shows.
c. Boards at prominent places instructing people not to litter, urinate and defecate at public places and vacant sites
d. Educating school-children in the area on the importance of having a clean and healthy environment who, in turn, will educate their families.