JKS International School of Learning | DR. J. K. SINHA MEMORIAL ( International School of Learning )
Dr.J.K. Sinha Memorial International School Of Learning is situated in Nawadih, Near Birsa Munda Park and founded by Late Dr. Jitendra Kumar Sinha(J.K.Sinha) and also found the ISL Group(Jharia), Kids Gardens Senior Secondary School and Director of Sahadaya School Complex. Let’s know more about ISL Nawadih.
About Late Dr. J.K.Sinha
He was a renounced educationist, academician, social activist, philanthrope and the pioneer of the 1st CBSE School(1967, ISL, Jharia) in Jharkhand.
Dr.JKS Memorial International School of Learning
Address: Bhuli Hirak Rd, Beside Birsa Munda Park, Nawadih, Dhanbad, Jharkhand 826004, India Phone: +91 94311 20019(As Per Google Listing)
Special Features of ISL Nawadih
Air Conditional Classroom
These are the special features of this school.
How to Take Admission in ISL Nawadih School Near Birsa Munda Park
The school management gives admission notice in the month of December every year and called all parents with children for taking test. Once you selected, all admission procedures are done in February. Classes start for new session in April on-wards. You can contact the school management for updated fees structure. I remember, my daughter has taken admission and her total admission fees, annual charges and one month fee was Around Rs 6000. Monthly Fees for LKG was Rs 1100. You can contact them for updated fee structure.
JHARIA MASTER PLAN – Dealing With Fire, Subsidence & Rehabilitation
Everything You Need To Know About It
Jharia, one of the largest mining sites in Jharkhand, is facing problems with subsidence issues and constant fire damage in recent times. Under lease to the Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL) Company the Jharia coalfield problems are the result of intense mining activity in the area for over a century.
Jharia Master Plan
The most prevalent issue is the rehabilitation and subsidence of the numerous illegal encroachers who have settled in around 25 different fire-affected areas in the Jharia coalfield area. You can read the Jharia coal field history.
To tackle these issues firsthand the Government of India approved the Jharia master plan in August of 2009. The plan is estimated to have an investment of around INR 7,112 crores for the Jharia rehabilitation and the Jharia subsidence issues. The plan was set to be implemented in around 10 years, post the first 2 years.
Brief Overview of Jharia Master Plan for Fire, Rehabilitation & Subsidence
The Jharia master plan outlines the following aspects for Jharia rehabilitation, resettlement and Jharia subsidence by BCCL for its employees and their families:
Rehabilitation requirements – Jharia rehabilitation and resettlement entails that BCCL build 25,000 homes, with an estimated cost of around INR 1,068 crores. The rehabilitation is to be done in phases. The priority for resettlement has been given for constructing 15,852 homes urgently, for subsidence and fire-affected families of BCCL employees.
Resettlement plan – Under the Jharia rehabilitation point, in Phase-I, around 12,642 homes were to be completed but the figure is down to 7,926 homes. Under Phase-II, around 12,538 homes were required but after adjustment with current projected estimates, this number is down to 7,926 homes too. The company plans to finish Phase-I and Phase-II of the Jharia master plan by 2021. The adjusted figures are the result of considering reduction in employees within the next 5 to 6 years.
Construction update – Under the ongoing implementation of the Jharia master plan, around 5,576 homes have been constructed completely and another 9,424 homes are under-construction. In all, 2,612 families have been reportedly resettled into new accommodations, till last update.
Final conclusion – As per present progress pace and projected estimates from experts, BCCL is well-ahead of schedule and may be able to completely execute the Jharia rehabilitation phase of the Jharia master plan by next year, 2019.
Jharia rehabilitation, resettlement and subsidence
The Jharia master plan outlines the following aspects for Jharia rehabilitation, resettlement and Jharia subsidence by JRDA for those affected by fires in the Jharia coalfield region:
Rehabilitation requirements – According to latest reports, JRDA has been able to excel and completed socio-economic and demographic surveys of 84,497 families from 569 sites, as opposed to surveying only 54,159 families from 595 sites, as outlined in the Jharia master plan.
Resettlement plan – Under the Jharia master plan, JRDA has been tasked with constructing a total of 54,159 homes. These are to be completed in two phases and need to be completed within 10 years.
Construction update – The JRDA authorities have successfully constructed a total of 3,072 homes, and have shifted 1,272 families in these, as per latest report. Out of the total, 720 additional houses were constructed under the Jharia master plan in which 103 families were resettled.
Final conclusion – According to latest update, is planning construction of an additional 8,000 homes apart from the 2,352 homes planned under the demonstration scheme.
Latest Update of Jharia Master Plan for Jharia Rehabilitation & Jharia Subsidence
Protest over rehabilitation scheme’s ambiguous nature
According to latest news reports, BCCL has courted controversy and backlash from various corners with their latest action. The company issued yet another appeal to the illegal encroachers in over 24 of their fire-hit Jharia coalfield areas to move to safer place, despite having fewer rehabilitation homes ready than is presently required.
Apart from this, there is widespread concern regarding the specific criteria that entails resettlement as well as the lack of solid data on the 595 fire-affected sites before 2004.
BCCL, through their Shimla Bahal Colliery issued a notice application in newspapers addressing the illegal encroachers of around 21 areas to vacate immediately, lest they face the same fate as that faced by those living in the nearby Indirachowk area in November of 2014 and Tarabagan area in August of 2016.
Safely evacuation and resettlement From Jharia Coal Fire
The company also stated that most of their employees, along with their families, have been safely evacuated and resettled in safer areas. For the rest, the up-coming retirement will mean that they will have to vacate their homes, as per company policy. For the families of non-BCCL employees, the Jharia master plan entails sufficient resettlement and rehabilitation.
The company defended the move by stating that the appeal is in accordance to the plan which requires shifting employees and families from the 42 high-threat areas out of the total 595, in order to avoid any incident.
However, the appeal was met with protest from residents of the area, most of them asking the feasibility of resettlement despite the JRDA lacking sufficient accommodations for those asked to evacuate. The criteria of 2004 being the cut-off for seeking resettlement under the Jharia master plan is also a point of dispute amongst the residents in these areas.
The government’s stance on Jharia rehabilitation
In contrast, the Additional District Magistrate (Law and Order) stated that there is no confusion about the criteria for resettlement as the Jharia master plan includes providing rehabilitation to those who have settled in the area after 2004 as well.
The ADM also added that the rehabilitation process is being expedited with the help of various agencies who are tasked with verification of over 91,000 families in the fire-hit Jharia coalfield region and affected from Jharia coal dust pollution.
The verification process is said to be completed within the next two months. For those not eligible for the master plan’s Jharia rehabilitation scheme, they will be included in other government scheme for resettlement.
In addition, the ADM also stated that JRDA currently has around 550 vacant quarters at Belgharia and an additional 2,000 homes are being constructed as well.
Jeevan Jyoti ( A school for Special children ) is a charitable project of Rotary Club of Dhanbad and a special school for the physically & mentally challenged children. It has been serving since long as a school for special children managed by Jeevan Jyoti Sansthan.
I want to add more information about JeevanJyoti Dhanbad, Jeevan Jyoti Sansthan and Rotary Club Dhanbad. If you know more about these organization, please let me know. I will add here.
I can not stop myself writing about “Sansar Parivaar” which is growing rapidly in Dhanbad district and its near by regions. This organization has been doing great work for society. We can not say that it is an NGO, because they work from their pocket money. After seeing their work, you can say that “Sansar Parivaar” is an Angel who has been sent by the GOD to help poors and helpless people. I have seen their work in Facebook first time. You can also check by typing “Sansar Parivaar Dhanbad” in Google and also go to their Facebook Page. I am listing the small history of this organization.
Sansar Parivaar Dhanbad– 2010, Registered in 2017 an started by Mr. Major Singh with the help of his friends. The organization has been doing great work for the society. You can check out all Photo and Videos in Facebook Page. I am giving a link of Mr. Major Singh has given interview on National Today Live Dhanbad.
Education – 10th from Kendua DAV and Intermediate from P K Roy
Helping the needy people has long been in the mind. Especially for helpless children, women and the elderly, they always do whatever is possible. From the year 2010, started the work of social service with the help of two four friends. Any poor family used to help themselves with economic, physical and other helplessness. He has registered his organization in 2017 and after that many peoples joined the NGO and doing social work in different part of the Dhanbad district. They say, if each person save one rupee per day for the society, we can do many social work from this fund.
Major Singh says that neither is he a desire for any award nor he has any kind of selfishness.He has to serve the people with selflessness.People say Thank You, they are the greatest respect.
I am looking for more information and their work and trying to contact the organization. I will update soon.