WITH STATE GOVERNMENT ENSURING TIMELY PROMOTION   MAJORITY OF OFFICERS IN STATE BUREAUCRACY WILL GET PROMOTION ON NEW YEAR   LARGE NUMBER OF OAS OFFICERS WILL GET SCOPE FOR IAS PROMOTION   AT LEAST 22 STATE CIVIL SERVICE OFFICERS WILL GET PROMOTION TO IAS RANK   UPSC HAS FIXED DATE ON 17 DECEMBER FOR OAS TO IAS PROMOTION   AFTER LONG TIME OFS OFFICERS WILL GET SCOPE TO PROMOTED TO IFS RANK   UPSC FIXES DATE FROM PROMOTION FROM OFS TO IFS ON 17 DECEMBER   STATE CONFIRMS 3 19 583 POSITIVE CASES   TOTAL RECOVERY CASES ARE 3 12 734  ACTIVE CASES GOING DOWN WITH 5046 CASES   KHURDA TOPS WITH 51 FOLLOWED BY ANGUL 41 AND MAYURBHANJ 36  CUMULATIVE TESTS BREACH 59 LAKH MARK WITH 59 77 970  

Odisha Mulls River Cruise


In another step towards countering the Covid Impact on tourism industry, Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy has directed the department of Tourism to start river cruising in the State.

Mr.Tripathy gave this direction while exploring the possibilities of innovative tourism activities in a high level meeting with experts and stakeholders on digital mode.

Mr.Tripathy said, “River Cruising itself is compatible with Covid-19 restrictions. There is a huge scope and latent market for world Class River cruising in Odisha. It can also be connected with many eco-spots and refill the economic activities in the sector. 

Secretary Tourism Vishal Dev outlined the issues and presented the updates for discussion. Discussions show that presently three principal river cruise circuits can be developed in the State. These are river Mahanadi, Chilika Lake and Dangmala reserve forest including the national water way -5 from Dhamara to Paradeep. Bhitarkanika circuit can connect the spots like Chandbali-Aradi-Dhamara-Khola and other spots in Bhitarkanika. This circuit can be a 5 nights and 6 days cruise. Chilika circuit can connect Chilika, Kalijai-Nalabana-Honeymoon island-Mangalajodi-Satapada-Rajhans island-Satapada and Puri. It could be a 3 night and 4 days cruise.

 The meeting deliberated for organizing this activity through PPP mode. The issues relating to various regulatory permissions, compliance to pollution norms, river jetties, bar license etc were discussed and resolved in the meeting.

Chief Secretary Mr.Tripathy assured that State Government would provide all facilitating support for this activity. State PPP cell was advised to work out the details in consultation with department of Tourism and Odisha Tourism Development Corporation. Chief Secretary also asked Tourism department to coordinate with Inland Waterways Authority regarding statutory requirements. 

Development Commissioner, Suresh Chandra Mohapatra, Additional Chief Secretary Forest & Environment, Mona Sharma, Principal, Principal Secretary Finance, Ashok Kumar Meena, Principal Secretary Water Resources,  Anu Garg, Director Tourism, Sachin Ramchandra Jadav along with senior officers of concerned departments participated in the deliberations.
 


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