1,089 inmates received occupational health care training

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Gondola. The district administration will now train the prisoners in employment programs in addition to the health care of the prisoners. In addition to yoga in prison, experts will also conduct vocational training courses. 1,089 prisoners in prison will benefit from this phased training program. The district judge has asked the prison administration to prepare a proposal on the matter.
The program is working to provide direct employment to prisoners by linking them to the livelihood program. District Judge Markandeya Shahi gave this information during the inspection of the county jail on Monday.
He and other officers, including District Judge Mayank Jain, Superintendent of Police Santosh Mishra, came to inspect the district prison. The DM directed the prison chief to contact the NRLM to make the prisoners detained in prison self-employed and self-employed and to provide other employment-oriented training with the help of the Skill Development Mission.
The DM also directed yoga classes to be held for the prisoners’ good health. In addition to ensuring proper cleanliness in the prison premises, the DM also asked for 100 percent compliance with the prison manual to be ensured.
The prison chief said a total of 1,029 detainees were held in the county jail and 60 in the makeshift jail. There are 214 convicts in the county jail, 791 in court, 06 under the NSA and 18 in the hospital. There are also 02 convicts and 58 remand prisoners in the provisional prison.
District Judge Mayank Jain, DM Markandeya Shahi and Police Superintendent Santosh Kumar Mishra conducted a joint surprise inspection of the district jail on Monday. The officers who arrived for inspection instructed the administrative and police officers to conduct intensive searches in all barracks and to search each barracks.
During the inspection, the district judge and DM spoke to the inmates and asked about the prison facilities and their problems. District judges and district judges themselves visited various barracks, hospitals, restaurants, storage rooms, libraries, etc.

Gondola. The district administration will now train the prisoners in employment programs in addition to the health care of the prisoners. In addition to yoga in prison, experts will also conduct vocational training courses. 1,089 prisoners in prison will benefit from this phased training program. The district judge has asked the prison administration to prepare a proposal on the matter.

The program is working to provide direct employment to prisoners by linking them to the livelihood program. District Judge Markandeya Shahi gave this information during the inspection of the county jail on Monday.

He and other officers, including District Judge Mayank Jain, Superintendent of Police Santosh Mishra, came to inspect the district prison. The DM directed the prison chief to contact the NRLM to make the prisoners detained in prison self-employed and self-employed and to provide other employment-oriented training with the help of the Skill Development Mission.

The DM also directed yoga classes to be held for the prisoners’ good health. DM also asked for 100 percent compliance with the prison manual and for cleanliness in the prison rooms to be ensured.

The prison chief said a total of 1,029 detainees were held in the county jail and 60 in the makeshift jail. There are 214 convicts in the county jail, 791 in court, 06 under the NSA and 18 in the hospital. There are also 02 convicts and 58 remand prisoners in the provisional prison.

District Judge Mayank Jain, DM Markandeya Shahi and Police Superintendent Santosh Kumar Mishra conducted a joint surprise inspection of the district jail on Monday. The officers who arrived for inspection instructed the administrative and police officers to conduct intensive searches in all barracks and to search each barracks.

During the inspection, the district judge and DM spoke to the inmates and asked about the prison facilities and their problems. The district judge and the district judge visited various barracks, hospitals, restaurants, storage rooms, libraries, etc.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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