The counting of the staff will be trained from tomorrow

Balrampur After the Panchayat elections, staff will be trained to count votes from April 30th. Counting staff are trained at MLK PG College and MPP Inter College.
Preparations have been made for training the 2464 counting staff in three shifts. On May 2, vote counting is carried out in all nine blocks of the district at the Panchayat level, where the trained counting staff counts the votes.
Counting staff and CDO Riya Kejriwal, the officer responsible for the three-stage Panchayat election in 2021, announced on Wednesday that preparations had begun to train counting staff to count votes. Staff will be trained in three shifts on April 30th and May 1st at MLK PG College and MPP Inter College.
Teams of master trainers train all counting staff in the first shift from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., in the second shift from 12 a.m. to 2 p.m. and in the third shift from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The 16 Master Trainers were asked to attend the April 29 meeting in the auditorium of Vikas Bhavan to provide the necessary guidelines.
At the meeting of the Vikas Bhawan Auditorium, PD Anil Kumar Singh, Subedar Singh Yadav of DC NRLM, Manjit Kumar District Agriculture Officer and Additional Statistics Officer Ranjit Kumar will provide information on the training of master trainers for staff counting.
The master trainers Pankaj Kumar Pandey, Ved Mani Tripathi, Rakesh Kumar Ojha, Satya Prakash Pathak, Ramlal Vishwakarma, Krishna Chandra Tripathi, Umesh Chandra, Shailendra Pratap Singh and the reserve master trainer Arun Kumar Tripathi at the meeting on April 29th in the Vikas Das Bhawan Auditorium , Ajay Kumar Sonkar, Vijay Kumar Yadav, Manoj Kumar Saini, Ritesh Kumar Awasthi, Anwar Ahmed Ansari, Arun Kumar Mishra and Kamal Ahmed were directed to join.
BDO and electoral officers from all 9 blocs were also instructed to attend the April 29 meeting. Sadar SDM Arun Kumar Gaur has been tasked with making arrangements for staff counting in training centers.
The District Election Commissioner / DM Shruti has warned that action will be taken against those who violate the Code of Conduct for Model Elections, those who are negligent in counting, disappear without notice and do not follow the guidelines.

Balrampur After the Panchayat elections, staff will be trained to count votes from April 30th. Counting staff are trained at MLK PG College and MPP Inter College.

Preparations have been made for training the 2464 counting staff in three shifts. On May 2, vote counting is carried out in all nine blocks of the district at the Panchayat level, where the trained counting staff counts the votes.

Counting staff and CDO Riya Kejriwal, the officer responsible for the three-stage Panchayat election in 2021, announced on Wednesday that preparations had begun to train counting staff to count the votes. Staff will be trained in three shifts on April 30th and May 1st at MLK PG College and MPP Inter College.

Teams of master trainers train all counting staff in the first shift from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., in the second shift from 12 a.m. to 2 p.m. and in the third shift from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The 16 Master Trainers were asked to attend the meeting on April 29th in the auditorium of Vikas Bhavan to provide the necessary guidelines.

At the meeting of the Vikas Bhawan Auditorium, PD Anil Kumar Singh, Subedar Singh Yadav of DC NRLM, Manjit Kumar District Agriculture Officer and Additional Statistics Officer Ranjit Kumar will provide information on the training of master counting trainers.

The master trainers Pankaj Kumar Pandey, Ved Mani Tripathi, Rakesh Kumar Ojha, Satya Prakash Pathak, Ramlal Vishwakarma, Krishna Chandra Tripathi, Umesh Chandra, Shailendra Pratap Singh and the reserve master trainer Arun Kumar Tripathi at the meeting on April 29th in the Vikas Das Bhawan Auditorium , Ajay Kumar Sonkar, Vijay Kumar Yadav, Manoj Kumar Saini, Ritesh Kumar Awasthi, Anwar Ahmed Ansari, Arun Kumar Mishra and Kamal Ahmed were directed to join.

BDO and electoral officers from all 9 blocs were also instructed to attend the April 29 meeting. Sadar SDM Arun Kumar Gaur has been tasked with making arrangements for staff counting in training centers.

District Election Commissioner / DM Shruti has warned that action will be taken against those who violate the Model Election Code of Conduct, those who count negligently, fail to give notice and fail to follow the guidelines.

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