IELTS centres, immigration agencies not sending monthly reports to face action: DC

MANSA: The IELTS centres and immigration agents of district Mansa, who are not sending their monthly reports to Deputy Commissioner Office in first week of every month, will face action. Those centres that do not follow the government orders will lose their licence. Besides this, the centres being run without any authorization or licence will end up facing police cases.

Deputy Commissioner Mansa Apneet Riyait given the directions on Tuesday while presiding over meeting convened to discuss status of IELTS and immigration agencies in Mansa during the monthly meeting. She directed the concerned officers to send notices to IELTS and immigration agencies who do not comply with the government orders. If the owners of these centres do not respond, the district administration will cancel their licences.

Discussing the issue of not using plastic bags or single use plastics in government offices and functions, she directed that the usage of single use plastic should be completely stopped. Officers from Joga Nagar Panchayat reported that their area has been declared plastic free and that more efforts were being done to dissuade people from using plastic bags. Similarly, officers from other nagar councils and nagar panchayats reported that efforts were being done to create awareness against use of plastic and plastic bags were being confiscated in large quantities, heavy fines are being imposed on those selling plastic bags.

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