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Vice President Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu launches various National Highways projects and development of Muktyala

03/10/2017

Vice President Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu launches various National Highways projects and development of Muktyala – Vijaywada stretch of National Waterways-4 along with Union Minister Shri Nitin Gadkari

Shri Gadkari assures that Polavaram project will be completed before 2019 election

Vice-President Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu inaugurated /laid the foundation stones  for several National Highways projects and a project for development of Muktyala to Vijayawada stretch of Krishna River (National Waterways – 4), along with Shri Nitin Gadkari, the Union Minister for Shipping, Road Transport & Highways and Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation at a function in Vijaywada today.   Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Shri N. Chandrababu Naidu was also present on the occasion.

Seven NH projects were dedicated to the nation and foundation stones were laid for six NH projects in Andhra Pradesh, the total cost of all the projects being Rs. 4,193 crore. Foundation stone for the Phase-I for development of   Krishna River (National Waterway -4) was also laid. In the first phase of the project, the stretch between Muktayala to Vijayawada will be developed for transportation. The total project cost is Rs. 7,015 crore and the length of the waterway 315 km.

Speaking on the occasion Shri Gadkari said  that the Union Government would spend more than Rs. 1 lakh crore on improving National Highways in Andhra Pradesh and it would give a tremendous boost to the development of the state.. He said a six lane access controlled greenfield Amaravathi Expressway will be built to connect the new capital city Amaravathi with Anantapur and also provide connectivity to Kurnool and Kadapa. The project has been approved  with a total length of 557 km and cost of about Rs. 25,000 crore. He added that the Andhra Pradesh Government is preparing the DPR and it is in the process of acquiring land.

Shri Gadkari also said that the project for development of Muktayala to Vijayawada section of NW-4 will provide an efficient logistics solution to boost the economic growth of the region and facilitate the development of the capital city Amravati during its early development stage as substantial construction material is expected to be transported on this stretch.

The Minister also said that under Sagaramala programme, several port-related projects would be taken up in the state. The capacity of the Visakhapatnam port would be expanded. Visakhapatnam-Chennai industrial corridor was another major project which would benefit the state enormously and it would be taken up expeditiously, he added.

Shri Gadkari  gave assurance that the Polavaram irrigation project would  be completed before the next General Election in 2019 and the Union Government would render all necessary assistance to the State Government for the purpose.

The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister thanked the Union Minister and said he was confident that Polavaram project would be completed on time, with the Centre’s assistance.

The Vice President of India Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu expressed his happiness over the launch of so many projects on a single day in the State. He said linking of rivers is the need of the hour

See below for the list of NH projects inaugurated/ foundation stone laid :

 

See below for details of the project on Development of NW-4  :

 

Tehri Garhwal District of Uttarakhand at a Glance

About Tehri Garhwal District :

Tehri Garhwal is one of the western most district of the Uttarakhand State located on the outer ranges of the mid Himalayas which comprise low line peaks rising contiguously with the planes of the northern India. The district lies between the parallels of 30.3` and 30.53` north latitude and 77.56` and 79.04` east longitude. Uttarkashi from the north, Rudraprayag from the east, Puri Garhwal from the south and Dehra Dun from the west are bounding the districts. On the western front Yamuna river separates it from Jaunsar Pragana of the Dehra Dun district while Bhagirathi rising from the north of the Gangotri in the district Uttarkashi touches the district near village Nagun. Total area of the district is 4421 sq. kms (Census 1991). The district headquarter is located at New Tehri Town. The places of tourist interests in the districts are Buda Kedar, Devprayag, Khatling Glacier, Narendra Nagar, Sem Mukhem, Chamba, Dhanaulti, Kunjapuri New Tehri, Surkanda Devi, Chandrabadni, Kempty Fall and Nagtibba

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Tourist Place :

Buda Kedar :

This temple is situated at the confluence of the Bal Ganga and Dharam Ganga rivers, at a motorable distance of 59 kms. from Tehri. It is believed that Duyodhan offered tarpana here.

According to legends, it is at this temple that the Pandavas encountered Rishi Balkhily at Bhrigu Parvat when they were on the lookout for Shiva after the Kurukshetra battle. The Rishi directed them to the site of the confluence to meet an old manmeditating there. But when the Pandava got there, the old man vanished and instead, a shivling appeared there. Rishi Balkhily instructed the Pandavas to embrace the Shivling in order to free themselves from their sins. Their impressions are stamped on this Shivling – the biggest Shivling in northen India.

Devprayag :

Situated at the confluence of the Alaknanda and the Bhagirathi, the town of Devaprayag lies at an altitude of 472 m. on the metalled road running from Rishikesh to Badrinath and about 87 km. from Narendra Nagar. Near the town there are two suspension bridges, one each on the Bhagirathi and the Alaknanda. The metalled road to Badrinath crosses the former by a third bridge. The town is the headquarters of the tahsil of the same name and is one of the five sacred prayags (confluences) of the Alaknanda. Tradition has it that the town is named after Deosharma, a sage, who led a life of penance here and succeeded in having a glimpse of God.

The great temple of Raghunathji is claimed to have been erected some ten thousand years ago and is built of massive uncemented stones. It stands upon a terrace in the upper part of the town and consists of an irregular pyramid capped by a white cupola with a golden ball and spire. Religious ablutions take place at 2 basins excavated in the rock at the junction of the holy streams – on the Bhagirathi known as the Brahm Kund and the other on the Alaknanda called the Vasisht Kund. The temple, along with the other Buildings of the town, was shattered by an earthquake in 1803 but the damage was subsequently repaired through the munificence of Daulat Rao Sindhia. The temple is visited by a large number of pilgrims every year.

The town is the seat of the pandas of the Badrinath Dham and possesses a post and telegraph office, a public call office, a police out-post, a dak bungalow of the public works department and a hospital.

Besides the temple of Raghunathji, there are in the town Baital Kund,Brahm Kund,Surya Kund and Vasisht Kund; the Indradyumna Tirth,Pushyamal Tirth, Varah Tirth ; Pushpavatika ; Baitalshila and Varahishila ; the shrines of Bhairava, Bhushandi, Durga and Vishveshvara ; and a temple dedicated to Bharata. A bath at Baithalshila is claimed to cure leprosy.

Nearby is the Dasharathachal Peak, containing a rock, known as Dashrathshila, on which Raja Dasharath is said to have led a life of penance.A small stream, the shanta running down from the Dasharathachal, is named after Shanta, the daughter of Raja Dasharath and is considered to be sacred.

Chamba :60 kms. from Mussoorie and 48 kms. from Narendra Nagar on the road to Gangotri. Chamba is a township lying high at an altitude of 1676 mts., offering a splendid view of the snow-capped Himalayas and the serene Bhagirathi valley. Chamba happens to be a focal point, being located at the junction of roads leading from Mussoorie, Rishikesh, Tehri and New Tehri. The Chamba- Mussoorie fruit belt is also famous for its delicious apples. Jal Nigam Rest House, Tourist Rest House, Hotel Akash Deep, Akash Lok, Neelkant, Social Palace & Hotel Classic Hill Top provide comfortable accommodation

 

Pithoragarh District of Uttarakhand at a Glance

About Pithoragarh District :

Pithoragarh District having its entire northern and eastern boundaries being international, assumes a great strategicsignificance and, obviously, is a politically sensitive district along the northern frontier of India. The Pithoragarh town is located at a height of 1645 meters above sea level.The district lies between 29.4° to 30.3° North latitude and 80° to 81° East longitude along the eastern and southern part of the central Himalayas with Indo-Tibbetan watershed divide in the north and the Kali river forming a continuous border with Nepal in the east. The Pithoragarh district is surrounded by the national boundaries of Almora, Champawat, Bageshwar and Chamoli districts and extends over an area of 7,217.7 sq. kms. The district is administratively divided into 11 Tehsils and 8 Blocks. The places of tourist interests in the districts are Chandak, Thal Kedar, Gangolihat famous for its kali temple, Patal Bhuvneshwar, Berinag Tea Garden of Chaukori, Didihat, Munsyari, Dharchula and Jauljibi.

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Chandak : Situated 7 Kms away by bus through an uphill climb Chandak constitutes the northern of Soar Valley.The famous temple of Mostamanu is 2 Km. from Chandak. Chandak offers a fascinating view of the Himalayan ranges and the sprawling Soar Valley. It is a potential hang gliding resort and the magnesite mining factory is located too here.

Thal Kedar : Known for its famous temple of Mahadev. 16 Km from Pithoragarh. Jayanti Temple of Dhwaj 21 Km via Totanaula. Cave temple of Kapileshwar. Cave temple at Rai , Ulka Devi Temple, Kailash Ashram Wadda , Hanuman Temple etc.

Gangolihat : An important religious place and rich in folk culture and ancient myths , is situated 77 Km from Pithoragarh . It is particularly well known for the famous Mahakali temple where the Shakti Peeth was installed by Shankaracharya himself. During Navratries a fair is held on the occasion of which devotees offer pujas-along with sacrifices. 2 Km from Gangolihat near the Mankeshwar temple are the ruins of the fort which once belonged to the Mankotis -an obscure dynasty of Kumaon region. 2 Km away is Uprara, the native village of poet ‘Gumani’, the first Kumaoni poet, who also wrote in Hindi, Sanskrit and Nepali with great dexterity and command. 4 Km east from Uprara, near the village of Tamanauli is the Bharbhyo cave.

Accommodation : P.W.D. Rest House, Gopal Tourist Lodge, Shah Tourist Lodge.

Places of Tourist Attraction : Mahakali Temple , Chamunda Temple ,Mankeshwar Temple ,Cave Temple of Patal Bhuvneshwar.

Berinag : A small township facing the glorious snow clad pieces of Himalayas. Berinag is situated at a distance of 102 Km from Pithoragarh at an elevation of 1720 meters.

Accommodation :Tourist Rest House(Chaukori), P.W.D. Rest House, Hotels Kailash Darshan and Kamal Vihar.

Places of Tourist Attraction : Snake Temples, Tripura Devi Temple, Cave Temple of Koteshwar, Tea Gardens of Chaukori,

Chaukori : Eleven Km away from Berinag, Garaun water falls four Kms to the east of the Berinag, Musk Deer Farm at Kotmanya, Him Darshan Kutir at Dharamghar.

Thal : An important transit station for Mun- syari and Chaukori (Berinag). Thal is 62 Km away from Pithoragarh and is situated on the banks of Ram Ganga.

Places of Tourist Attraction :Ek Hatiya Temple, a monolithic shrine in Amiya village is 2 Km away from the motor road.

Kot Gari Devi : Situated about 9 Kms from Thal the temple of Kotgari is held to be the final divine court of appeal for the deprived and the victim of cruelty and injustice.

Didihat : 55 Kms from Pithoragarh, Didihat is situated at an elevation of 1725 meters.

Accommodation : P.W.D. Rest House, Tourist Rest House.

Hotels : Anand Hotel, Kumaun Hotel, National Hotel, Sharma Hotel.

Places of Tourist Interest : Seerakot fort cum Temple : 3 Km from Didihat Govt. Sericulture Garden is situated near G.I.C.

Munsyari : Munsyari, the center as well as the gateway of Johar region is

situated 154 Km from Pithoragarh at an elevation of 2298 meters and is snuggled in the folds of snow clad mountains.

Accommodation : P.W.D. Rest House, Tourist Rest House.

Hotel : Himani Tourist Lodge, Zara Residency.

Places of Tourist Interest :Munsyari is the base station for traks to Millam, Ralam and Namik Glaciers.

Dharchula : Situated at the banks of Kali river at the border of Pithoragarh district, Dharchula is 94 Km from Pithoragarh and is an important camp along the Kailash Mansarovar, Chotta Kailash and Narayan Ashram route.

Accommodation : N.H.P.C. Guest House , P.W.D. Rest House , Tourist Reception Centre and Hotel Yash.

Places of Tourist Attraction

Narayan Ashram : Established by Narayan Swami in 1936 , Narayan Ashram is situated at a distance of 17 Kms from Tawaghat. The Ashram is a spiritual cum socio-educational centre.

 

 

 

 

 

Jauljibi : A point of confluence of the river Gori and Kali and of three different cultures, is situated at a distance of 77 Km from Pithoragarh.

During the autumn season Jauljibi pulsates with an important trade fair which is an indication of the cultural and commercial prosperity of the region. Along the Kailash Mansarovar route, from Gunji (3500 m), one can move along the quieter Kali to walk to 10 Km to reach Kalapani (3600 m). There are pine, bhojpatra and juniper forests in this region. Although the river has been coming all the way from Lipulekh pass, the small pool formed under a huge rock is considered to be the source of the Kali. There are snow -clad mountains all around and Vyas’s cave is to be found on the mountain in front of Rishi Vyas that the region is known as Byans. There is also a hot water spring at Kalapani.

Adventure Spots : The department of tourism proposes to create and provide necessary infrastructure, equipments and the allied facilities for adventures sports like:
(a) Hang Gliding, (b) Para Gliding

Gliders can be made available on hire and conveyance to the gliding point and first aid facilities can be provided. Chandak, Munakot and Dwaj have been proposed into gliding points.

 

Soumen Sen

Hon’ble Justice Soumen Sen

The Hon’ble Justice Soumen Sen was born on 27th July, 1965 at Kolkata. He did his schooling from St. Lawrence High School at Kolkata. He passed the LL.B. Examination (5 years) from the University of Calcutta in the year 1990 securing the highest mark and stood First in the said Examination. He participated in Debates and Moot Court Competition and adjudged First in order of merit for individual performance at the XII All India Moot Court Competition 1989 held in Pondicheri in connection with selection for the International Division of Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition – 1989. Enrolled as an Advocate under Bar Council of West Bengal in January, 1991. Practiced as an Advocate in the Hon’ble High Court at Calcutta both in the Original Side and Appellate Side and before other Courts/Tribunals for last 20 years designated as Senior Central Government Advocate. Appeared in Civil, Constitutional, Banking and Arbitration matters and on behalf of RBI, SEBI, SIDBI & other Statutory Authorities. Elevated as Judge of the Calcutta High Court on 13thApril, 2011

State Kerala Government Who’s Who

The Government :

Governor

Justice P. Sathasivam

Took Office 5 September 2014

Chief Minister

Shri. Pinarayi Vijayan

Took Office 25 May 2016
Party Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency Dharmadom

The Legislature

Honourable Speaker P. Sreeramakrishnan
Took Office June 03, 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency Ponnani

 Honourable Deputy Speaker V. Sasi
Took Office  2016
Party  A.Velu,Sarada
Constituency  Chirayinkeezhu

Leader Of Opposition Ramesh Chennitala
Took Office  29 May 2016
Party  Indian National Congress
Constituency

Council Ministers :

 Chief Minister  

Shri. Pinarayi Vijayan

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Dharmadom

 Minister for Welfare of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes  and Backward Classes, Law, Culture and Parliamentary Affairs

 Shri. A. K. Balan

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Taroor

Minister for Revenue and Housing

Abbreviation: M(R& H)

Shri. E. Chandrasekharan

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Kanhangad

Minister for Local Self-Governments, Welfare of Minorities, Wakf and Haj Pilgrimage

Abbreviation: M(LSG& WM)

Shri. K. T. Jaleel

Took Office  May 25, 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Kuttippuram

 Minister for Co-operation, Tourism and Devaswoms

Shri. Kadakampally Surendran

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Kazhakootam

 Minister for Electricity

Shri. M. M. Mani

Took Office  22 November 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Udumbanchola

Minister for Water Resources

Abbreviation: M(WRD)

Adv. Mathew T. Thomas

Took Office  2016
Party  Janata Dal (Secular)
Constituency  Tiruvalla, Pathanamthitta

Minister for Fisheries, Harbour Engineering and Cashew Industry

Abbreviation: M(F & HE)

Smt. J. Mercykutty Amma

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Kundara

Minister for Industries, Sports and Youth Affairs

Abbreviation: M(Ind., S&YA)

Shri. A. C. Moideen

Took Office
Party
Constituency

 Minister for Forests, Animal Husbandry and Zoos
Abbreviation: M(F,AH&Z) 

Adv. K. Raju

Took Office
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Punalur

 Minister for Ports, Museums, Archaeology and Archives
Abbreviation: M(P, M & A)
 

Shri. Ramachandran Kadannappally

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Congress (S)
Constituency  Kannur

Minister for Labour and Excise

Abbreviation: M(L&Ex.)

Shri. T. P. Ramakrishnan

Took Office  2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Perambra

Minister for Education

Abbreviation: M(Edn)

 

Prof C. Raveendranath

Took Office
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency

Minister for Health and Social Justice

Abbreviation: M(H & SJ)

 

Smt. K. K. Shailaja Teacher

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Kuthuparamba

Minister for Public Works and Registration

Abbreviation: M(W & Reg.)

Shri. G. Sudhakaran

Took Office
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Ambalapuzha, Kerala

Minister for Agriculture

Abbreviation: M(Agri)

Adv. V. S. Sunil Kumar

Took Office  2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Thrissur in Thrissur

Minister for Food and Civil Supplies

Abbreviation: M(F&CS)

Shri. P. Thilothaman

Took Office  2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Cherthala

Minister for Finance and Coir

Abbreviation: M(Fin &Coir)

Dr. T.M Thomas Isaac

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Alapuzha

List of MPs from Kerala :

Lok Sabha MPs :

Constituency Name, Party
1. Kasaragod P. Karunakaran, Communist Party of India (Marxist)
2. Kannur P. K. Sreemathi, Communist Party of India (Marxist)
3. Vatakara Mullappally Ramachandran, Indian National Congress
4. Wayanad M. I. Shanavas, Indian National Congress
5. Kozhikode M. K. Raghavan, Indian National Congress
6. Malappuram PK Kunhalikutty, Indian Union Muslim League
7. Ponnani E. T. Muhammed Basheer, Indian Union Muslim League
8. Palakkad M. B. Rajesh, Communist Party of India (Marxist)
9. Alathur P. K. Biju, Communist Party of India (Marxist)
10. Thrissur C. N. Jayadevan, Communist Party of India
11. Chalakudy Innocent V T, Independent
12. Ernakulam K. V. Thomas, Indian National Congress
13. Idukki Joyce George, Independent
14. Kottayam Jose K Mani, Kerala Congress (M)
15. Alappuzha K. C. Venugopal, Indian National Congress
16. Mavelikkara Kodikunnil Suresh, Indian National Congress
17. Pathanamthitta Anto Antony Punnathaniyil, Indian National Congress
18. Kollam N. K. Premachandran, Revolutionary Socialist Party
19. Attingal A. Sampath, Communist Party of India (Marxist)
20. Thiruvananthapuram Shashi Tharoor, Indian National Congress

Rajya Sabhaa MPs :

Name Party Affiliation
1. M. P. Veerendra Kumar Janadhadhal (U)
2. A. K. Antony Indian National Congress
3. K.Somaprasad Communist Party of India (Marxist)
4. Joy Abraham Kerala Congress (M)
5. P. J. Kurien Indian National Congress
6. C.P. Narayanan Communist Party of India (Marxist)
7. K.K Ragesh Communist Party of India (Marxist)
8. Vayalar Ravi Indian National Congress
9. P. V. Abdul Wahab Indian union muslim league
10. Suresh Gopi Nominated

Members of Kerala Legislative Assembly :

1. Manjeshwar P B Abdul Razak, IUML
2. Kasaragod N A Nellikkunnu, IUML
3. Udma K Kunhiraman, CPM
4. Kanhangad E.Chandrashekaran, CPI
5. Trikaripur M.Rajagopalan, CPM
6. Payyannur C Krishnan, CPM
7. Kalliasseri T V Rajesh, CPM
8. Taliparamba James Mathew, CPM
9. Irikkur K C Joseph, INC
10. Azhikode K M Shaji, IUML
11. Kannur Ramachandran Kadannappalli, Congress (Secular)
12. Dharmadam Pinarayi Vijayan, CPM
13. Thalassery Adv. A N Shamseer, CPM
14. Kuthuparamba K K Shailaja Teacher, CPM
15. Mattannur E. P. Jayarajan, CPM
16. Peravoor Adv. Sunny Joseph, INC
17. Mananthavady O R Kelu, CPM
18. Sulthanbathery I C Balakrishnan, INC
19. Kalpetta C K Saseendran, CPM
20. Vadakara C.K.Nanu, JD(S)
21. Kuttiadi Parakkal Abdulla, IUML
22. Nadapuram E. K. Vijayan, CPI
23. Quilandy K.Dasan, CPM
24. Perambra T.P.Ramakrishnan, CPM
25. Balusseri Purushuan Kadalundi, CPM
26. Elathur A K Saseendran, NCP
27. Kozhikode North A Pradeep Kumar, CPM
28. Kozhikode South Dr. M.K.Muneer, IUML
29. Beypore Mammed Koya V K C, CPM
30. Kunnamangalam P.T.A. Rahim, IND
31. Koduvally Karat Razack, IND
32. Thiruvambady George M. Thomas, CPM
33. Kondotty T.V. Ibrahim, IUML
34. Eranad P.K Basheer, IUML
35. Nilambur P V Anvar, IND
36. Wandoor A.P. Anil Kumar, INC
37. Manjeri Adv. M Ummer, IUML
38. Perinthalmanna Manjalamkuzhi Ali, IUML
39. Mankada T A Ahammed Kabeer, IUML
40. Malappuram P Ubaidulla, IUML
41. Vengara P.K. Kunhalikkutty, IUML
42. Vallikkunnu Abdul Hameed Master, IUML
43. Tirurangadi P.K Abdu Rabb, IUML
44. Tanur V Abdurahiman, NSC
45. Tirur C. Mammutty, IUML
46. Kottakkal Abid Hussain Thangal, IUML
47. Thavanur Dr. K.T. Jaleel, IND
48. Ponnani P. Sreeramakrishnan, CPM
49. Thrithala V.T. Balram, INC
50. Pattambi Muhammed Muhassin, CPI
51. Shornur P.K.Sasi, CPM
52. Ottapalam P Unni, CPM
53. Kongad K.V.Vijayadas, CPM
54. Mannarkad Adv.N.Samsudheen, IUML
55. Malampuzha V S Achuthanandan, CPM
56. Palakkad Shafi Parambil, INC
57. Tarur A.K.Balan, CPM
58. Chittur K Krishnankutty, JD(S)
59. Nenmara K. Babu, CPM
60. Alathur K.D.Prasenan, CPM
61. Chelakkara U R Pradeep, CPM
62. Kunnamkulam A C Moideen, CPM
63. Guruvayoor K.V. Abdul Khader, CPM
64. Manalur Murali Perunelly, CPM
65. Wadakkanchery Anil Akkara, INC
66. Ollur Adv. K. Rajan, CPI
67. Thrissur V S Sunilkumar, CPI
68. Nattika Geetha Gopi, CPI
69. Kaipamangalam E T Taison Master, CPI
70. Irinjalakkuda Prof. K.U. Arunan, CPM
71. Puthukkad Prof.C.Raveendranath, CPM
72. Chalakkudy B. D. Devassy, CPM
73. Kodungallur V R Sunilkumar, CPI
74. Perumbavoor Adv. Eldose P Kunnappilly, INC
75. Angamaly Roji M John, INC
76. Aluva Anwar Sadath, INC
77. Kalamassery V K Ibrahim Kunju, IUML
78. Paravur V D Satheesan, INC
79. Vypen S Sarma, CPM
80. Kochi K J Maxy, CPM
81. Thripunithura Adv. M Swaraj, CPM
82. Eranakulam Hibi Eden, INC
83. Thrikkakara Adv.P T Thomas, INC
84. Kunnathunad V P Sajeendran, INC
85. Piravom Anoop Jacob, KEC(J)
86. Muvattupuzha Eldho Abraham, CPI
87. Kothamangalam Antony John, CPM
88. Devikulam S Rajendran, CPM
89. Udumbanchola M.M. Mani, CPM
90. Thodupuzha P.J. Joseph, KEC(M)
91. Idukki Roshy Augustine, KEC(M)
92. Peerumade E S Bijimol, CPI
93. Pala K M Mani, KEC(M)
94. Kaduthuruthy Adv. Mons Joseph, KEC(M)
95. Vaikom C K Asha, CPI
96. Ettumanoor Suresh Kurup, CPM
97. Kottayam Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan, INC
98. Puthuppally Oommen Chandy, INC
99. Changanassery C F Thomas, KEC(M)
100. Kanjirappally Dr. N Jayaraj, KEC(M)
101. Poonjar P C George Plathottam, IND
102. Aroor Adv.A.M.Ariff, CPM
103. Cherthala P.Thilothaman, CPI
104. Alappuzha Dr.T.M.Thomas Isaac, CPM
105. Ambalapuzha G.Sudhakaran, CPM
106. Kuttanad Thomas Chandy, NCP
107. Haripad Ramesh Chennithala, INC
108. Kayamkulam Adv.U.Prathibha Hari, CPM
109. Mavelikara R.Rajesh, CPM
110. Chengannur Adv.K.K.Ramachandran Nair, CPM
111. Thiruvalla Adv.Mathew T Thomas, JD(S)
112. Ranni Raju Abraham, CPM
113. Aranmula Veena George, CPM
114. Konni Adoor Prakash, INC
115. Adoor Chittayam Gopakumar, CPI
116. Karunagappally R.Ramachandran, CPI
117. Chavara N.Vijayan Pillai, Communist Marxist Party Kerala State Committee
118. Kunnathur Kovoor Kunjumon, IND
119. Kottarakkara Adv. P.Aisha Potty, CPM
120. Pathanapuram K.B. Ganesh Kumar, Kerala Congress (B)
121. Punalur Adv.K.Raju, CPI
122. Chadayamangalam Retnakaran, CPI
123. Kundara J.Mercy Kutty Amma, CPM
124. Kollam M Mukesh, CPM
125. Eravipuram M. Noushad, CPM
126. Chathannur G.S.Jayalal, CPI
127. Varkala Adv.V.Joy, CPM
128. Attingal Adv.B.Satyan, CPM
129. Chirayinkeezhu V. Sasi, CPI
130. Nedumangad C.Divakaran, CPI
131. Vamanapuram Adv. D.K.Murali, CPM
132. Kazhakkoottam Kadakampally Surendran, CPM
133. Vattiyoorkavu K Muraleedharan, INC
134. Thiruvananthapuram V.S. Sivakumar, INC
135. Nemom O.Rajagopal, BJP
136. Aruvikkara K.S. Sabarinadhan, INC
137. Parassala C.K.Hareendrakumar (C.K.Hareendran), CPM
138. Kattakkada Adv. I.B. Satheesh, CPM
139. Kovalam Adv.M.Vincent, INC
140. Neyyattinkara K.Ansalan, CPM

Judges of High Court of Kerala :

Sl. No Name
01 Antony Dominic (Chief Justice)
02 P.N.Ravindran
03 K. Surendra Mohan
04 P.R. Ramachandra Menon
05 C.K. Abdul Rehim
06 C.T. Ravi Kumar
07 V. Chitambaresh
08 A.M. Shaffique
09 K. Harilal
10 K. Vinod Chandran
11 P.D. Rajan
12 B. Kemal Pasha
13 A. Hariprasad
14 Dama Seshadri Naidu
15 P. Ubaid
16 K. Abraham Mathew
17 Alexander Thomas
18 A.Muhamed Mustaque
19 A.K. Jayasankaran Nambiar
20 Anil K. Narendran
21 P. V. Asha
22 P. B. Suresh Kumar
23 Sunil Thomas
24 Anu Sivaraman
25 Raja Vijayaraghavan V.
26 B.Sudheendra Kumar
27 K.P. Jyothindranath
28 Mary Joseph
29 Sathish Ninan
30 Devan Ramachandran
31  P.Somarajan
32 V.Shircy
33 A.M.Babu

 

K.S.Mudagal

Hon’ble Justice Kottravva Somappa Mudagal

Hon’ble Justice Justice Kottravva Somappa Mudagal: Born on December 22, 1963. Obtained B’Com, LL.B. from Karnataka University, Dharwad. Joined legal profession on 6th July, 1988 as an Advocate at Dharwad and Bangalore. Appointed as District Judge on 17.06.1998. Sworn in as an Additional Judge of the High Court of Karnataka on 14th November, 2016.

Anita Chaudhry

Hon’ble Mrs. Justice Anita Chaudhry

She was Born on 31.12.1956. She belongs to a family of illustrious lawyers. She graduated from Govt. College for Women Chandigarh and got her L.L.B. Degree from Panjab University, Chandigarh in 1979. She was enrolled as an Advocate on 3.8.1979 and practised till the end of December 1979. She Joined Haryana Judicial Service on 2.1.1980. She was promoted as Additional District Judge in 1994. She went on deputation as Chief Legal Advisor with Delhi Development Authority, Delhi from 1997 upto 2000 and was promoted as District and Sessions Judge in 2005. She served as District and Sessions Judge at Hisar, Faridabad, Bhiwani and Panchkula. She was elevated as Additional Judge of Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh on 20.06.2013.

Amol Rattan Singh

Hon’ble Mr. Justice Amol Rattan Singh

Born on 19.08.1960 at Hoshiarpur. He did post-graduation- M.A. (English) in 1981 and L.L.B. from Panjab University, Chandigarh, in 1985. He was enrolled as an Advocate on 30.6.1985 and handled Service & Civil matters. He was appointed as Additional (Junior) Counsel for the State of Haryana at the Supreme Court of India in 1994- 1995, Assistant Advocate General, Haryana in June 1995 and Deputy Advocate General, Haryana in 2004.Thus remained Haryana State Law Officer for 10 years. In the above capacities handled all kinds of litigation for the State in Civil and Service matters, in the High Court and Central Administrative Tribunal, Accident Claims, Public Interest litigation, Land Acquisition, Service matters, Labour related matters, etc. Remained Counsel for the Koul Commission (investigating the Police firing incidents at Bahadurgarh, District Jhajjar), for a short period. Thereafter, he was appointed as Additional Advocate General, Punjab, on 7.9.2005 and continued as such till 20.12.2012. In this capacity, mainly handled sales tax (VAT) matters and Public Interest Litigation, alongwith other, varied, miscellaneous matters. Sworn in as an Additional Judge of the Punjab and Haryana High Court on 21.12.2012.

JEE Main 2016 Preparation Tips

Preparation for JEE Main 2016:

          As all Indian aspirants know, Joint Entrance Examination(JEE) is a national level entrance test conducted for the admission to the various government and private institutions like NITs (National Institute of Technology) and IIITs (Indian Institute of Information Technology). Students who score well in JEE Main exam will be able to get admission in Engineering and technical courses in top most colleges of the country.

About JEE Exam:

                       Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is a two tier examination in which first stage of exam is “JEE Main” and the second stage of the exam is said to be “JEE Advanced”. JEE Main is the entrance test which is a gateway for the B.Tech courses offered by the famous institutes like IIITs and NITs. Whereas, those who clear JEE Main exam are eligible to take the JEE Advanced entrance test which is a gateway for engineering courses in the institutes like IITs (Indian Institute of Technology) (Ultimate dream institute for many Indian students)

But before start preparing for JEE Main 2016, it is important to know the following details about the Joint Entrance Examination Main 2016.

  • Candidates should have studied Physics and Mathematics in their Class 12
  • They must have compulsorily studied any of the following subjects: Computer Science, Bio-technology, Chemistry and Biology and should have secured minimum 50% of marks in all the subjects.
  • Candidates must have born on or after October 1991.
  • Candidates must have passed Class 12 or equal qualifying exam in 2014 or 2015.
  • You can download JEE Main 2016 Admit card on March 2016(Tentative date).
  • Tentative dates for JEE Main 2016 exam are:

              Online Test: April 2016

              Offline Test: April 2016

  • You can check the complete Application procedure for JEE Main 2016 in the official portal of JEE Main 2016.

 

How to Prepare for JEE Main 2016?

                Please ensure the Pattern and Syllabus for the JEE Main 2016 examination. In order to score well in this exam, you must be very clear about the pattern and syllabus of the examination. Also please note the following details which are very important for the candidates who are taking this exam.

Please make note of the following link for checking the syllabus of JEE Main 2016:

http://www.jeesyllabus.in/jee-syllabus

  • Total duration for the JEE Main 2016: 3 hours
  • Total Questions: 90
  • Maximum marks: 360
  • Paper 1 sections: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (BE/B.Tech)

           Objective type of questions and equal marks for all the above subjects. This section can be written using pen and paper based or computer based.

  • Paper 2 sections: Physics, Chemistry & Drawing and Aptitude test(B.Arch/Planning)

           Objective type of questions in above subjects including aptitude questions and drawing. This section can be written only using pen and paper.

  • Marks for correct answer: +4
  • Marks for wrong answer: -1
  • Zero marks will be considered for “No answer”

         

          You need to download the application form the official JEE apex board. Candidates who are going to take up JEE Main 2016 exam must note that Paper I will be held both in online and offline mode. Please choose the mode in which you like to appear.

   For guaranteed success in the JEE Main 2016 exam, it is important to prepare in the following manner

  1. Plan according to each subject.
  2. Prepare
  3. Practice
  4. Revise

 

Plan according to each subject:

           This is very important thing to score well in this exam. Give equal importance to all subjects and plan accordingly. You can also refer the following books.

 

Physics:

D.C.Pandey series

36 years IIT asked by Arihant

H.C.Verma volume 1 and 2

Maths:

R.D.Sharma Objective Volume 1 and 2

Play with graphs by Amit M aggarwal

36 years IIT asked by Arihant

Chemistry:

Organic: Morrison and Boyd

Physical: R.C.M

Inorganic: O.P.Tondon

36 years IIT asked by Arihant

 

Prepare:

  • Plan and schedule your subjects. Schedule atleast 2 hours for every subject and learn according to that. More you strive hard, more you can score high in JEE Main 2016.
  • Start to learn new things at the beginning since it gives hopes and concentration in the subjects.
  • Give a ten minutes break after you complete each subject and then start with the next one.
  • Revise your earlier portions every morning and then start the present day’s portion.
  • If it is mathematics, please don’t hesitate to try the same in your rough note. Things change when you try on your own.
  • Try to spend more time for difficult subjects and make them thorough and confident.
  • Try to refer to previous years question papers like JEE Main 2013, JEE Main 2014, JEE Main
  • You can find such question papers with solutions in the following links

http://www.entranceindia.com/jee-main-free-practice-papers/

Practice:

            However your study method is, the most important part of your learning is practice. The more you sweat in practice, the less you bleed in battle.

As said above, practice your subjects very carefully.

  • For mathematics, try to solve the solution on your own. Try to solve everything without referring the books.
  • For chemistry or Physics, try to solve the equations on your own.
  • For other subjects plan and practice accordingly.
  • Never postpone your schedule. Please try to complete the scheduled syllabus within the same day.

 

Revise:

          Revise your previous lessons daily and also schedule to revise once in every week. This will Brush up your memory and make you feel more comfortable with the subjects.

 

Special Tips for JEE Main 2016:

 

  • If you have already started taking coaching for JEE Main in any coaching centre, be regular and keep practicing.
  • If you have not yet started to go to coaching class, it’s never too late. Start preparing right now.
  • Always be in contact with your seniors. It’s good to know their experience facing the JEE Main
  • Around 45% of JEE Main aspirants wish to take online coaching than any direct coaching centre.
  • You can make best use of internet by taking part in the mock test, watching video lectures, taking online exams, etc.

You can check the following link for taking mock test of JEE Main 2015

http://www.entranceindia.com/jee-main/jee-main-model-papers-at-a-glance/

  • Please make note of all the important topics in all subject. Concentrate more on that.

Hope these tips will help you crack the JEE Main 2016 exam. Be confident and cool. Make efficient use

of time. All the best for cracking JEE Main 2016!!