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IndiGo to start flights for Kolkata, Hyderabad from July 5

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Darbhanga Airport Started Flight Service

Darbhanga Airport Flight Service started on November 8th, 2020.

VEENA VATIKA - A Dream Township in Darbhanga

Great news for all - Darbhanga's first Township Project - VEENA VATIKA started Booking.

A New DMCH, Darbhanga for a New Darbhanga

Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) -
One of Bihar, India's oldest and most esteemed medical establishments is Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital (DMCH). In 1946, the DMCH was founded as a private organization. Later, the Bihar government took control of it and turned it into a government-run medical college. The Medical Council of India (MCI) has granted the college recognition and affiliation with the Aryabhatta Knowledge University. For more than 50 years, it has benefited the residents of Darbhanga and the surrounding area. But in order to keep offering top-notch medical treatment, DMCH needed to be upgraded due to the expanding population and shifting demands of the populace. The Bihar government started an initiative to transform DMCH into a cutting-edge medical facility in response to this demand. The project, which is anticipated to be finished in 2024, will involve the purchase of state-of-the-art medical equipment, the construction of new structures, and the refurbishment of existing facilities.
Tender for Reimagined new DMCH, Redevelopment of DMCH -
Bihar Medical Services & Infrastructure Corporation Ltd (BMSICL), Patna invited Tender on 5th September 2023 through e-procurement process for Redevelopment of Darbhanga Medical College & Hospital at Laheriasarai, Darbhanga for 250 Admission Medical College and 2100 Bedded Hospital along with other buildings such as staff/faculty Residence, Hostels, Medical/Non-Medical services, SITC of Medical Equipment at Existing campus of DMCH, Laheriasarai, Darbhanga.

DMCH Darbhanga Redevelopment project master plan and DPR has been architected by Enarch Consultants. Redevelopment of DMCH Works include/Buildings - 
1. Hospital Building 
2. IPD Block 1, 2 & 3 
3. OPD 
4. DEIC 
5. Hospital Admin 
6. Lecture Theater 
7. Academic Block 
8. Medical College Admin 
9. 10 UG Boys Hostels
10. 8 UG Girls Hostels 
11. 2 Boys Hostels 
12. 2 Girls Hostels 
13. 2 Boys Intern Hostels 
14. 2 Girls Intern Hostels 
15. Working Nurse Hostel 
16. Sr. Nursing Quarter 
17. Matron Quarter 
18. Nursing Staff Quarter Female & Male 
19. 7 Sr. Resident Quarters
20. 2 Deputy Superintendent Quarters 
21. Superintendent Quarters(Type-VII) 
22. Superintendent Servant Quarters 
23. Principal Quarter (Type-VII) 
24. Principal Servant Quarters
25. 24 Nos of Professor(Type-IV) 
26. 4 Nos of Associate Professor(Type-IV)
27. 5 Nos of Assistant Professor(Type-III) 
28. Biomedical Waste Block 
29. Hospital Kitchen 
30. 6 Shopping Centre 
31. Drug Store.

DMCH Redevelopment Latest Highlights and News - 
  • Adding 2,500 beds to the hospital
  • Upgrading the hospital to a 2,500-bed super-specialty facility
  • Educational opportunities
  • To boost the local economy, create new jobs
  • To improve the quality of life for all residents
  • Completing the project in 24 months
  • Qualifying NCC & L&T for technical bidding
With a 2500 bed capacity, the new DMCH will rank among Bihar's major hospitals. Along with a comprehensive range of surgical and medical procedures, it will provide orthopedics, neurology, cardiology, and cancer. Furthermore, a special medical college within the new DMCH will educate Bihar's future medical workforce. The redevelopment of DMCH is a symbol of the new Darbhanga. It is a city that is growing and modernizing, and it is committed to providing its residents with the best possible quality of life. The new DMCH will play a vital role in helping Darbhanga achieve its goals.

The Motor Vehicle Act: Promoting Safe and Orderly Traffic Flow in India

The Motor Vehicle Act - In India, the primary piece of legislation governing every facet of motor vehicles is the Motor Vehicle Act (MVA). Encouraging safe and efficient traffic movement on the vast road network of the nation is its main objective. In addition to enforcing the law, the MVA raises public awareness of safe driving practices through marketing and educational initiatives. The Act is a living document that is updated to meet evolving requirements. Stricter penalties, streamlined car registration procedures, and the incorporation of modern technology for improved enforcement have been the main focuses of recent changes. An essential factor in guaranteeing the effectiveness and safety of India's transportation network is the Motor Vehicle Act.

Motor Vehicle Acts

The Motor Vehicle Act's Long-term Journey - India's busy roadways and the development of the Motor Vehicle Act (MVA) go back a long way. A peek into its intriguing journey can be found here:

Early Days: Regulating a New Invention (1914) - The Indian Motor Vehicles Act of 1914, which was passed during British India, was the first law in India to control the usage of motor vehicles. The first MVA was enacted in 1914, marking the beginning of the tale. In those days, automobiles were a fresh concept in India. With just eighteen parts, the original Act gave local governments the authority to oversee driver license, vehicle registration, and other fundamental laws in order to maintain some kind of order. 

A More Robust Framework (MV Act 1939 & MV Act 1988) - A more extensive framework became necessary as the number of cars increased. The Road Traffic Act of 1934, often known as the MV Act, is a law that renders some policy conditions void and obliges insurers to comply with judgments rendered against the insured. The 1939 MVA superseded the previous one, bringing in more centralized administration and stringent restrictions. This opened the door for the 1988 MVA, which served as the basis for the laws that are in place today. The MV 1988 Act addressed various aspects like:

  • Licensing: Standardized procedures for driver and conductor licenses.
  • Registration: Mandatory registration of all motor vehicles.
  • Insurance: Made at least third-party insurance mandatory for vehicle registration.
  • Traffic Regulation: Established uniform traffic rules across the country.
  • Offences and Penalties: Outlined a system of fines and penalties for traffic violations.

Responding to Changing Needs (MV Act 2019 Amendment) - A substantial MVA change was proposed in 2019. This was an attempt to address India's growing concerns regarding road safety. The Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2019 was presented to the Lok Sabha on July 15, 2019, by Mr. Nitin Gadkari, the Minister of Road Transport and Highways. The purpose of the bill is to add provisions for road safety to the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988. The Act establishes criteria for motor vehicles, the granting of licenses and permits associated with them, and the penalties for breaking these rules. Important alterations comprised:

  • Enhanced Road Safety: The Act aimed to improve road safety by introducing stricter penalties for traffic violations. These included hefty fines for offenses like driving under the influence, speeding, and not wearing seatbelts. 
  • Focus on Vulnerable Users: The amendment placed greater emphasis on protecting pedestrians, cyclists, and two-wheeler riders, who are more susceptible to accidents. 
  • Streamlining Processes: The Act introduced provisions for online driver's license issuance and renewal, improving efficiency and potentially reducing opportunities for fraud. 
  • Technological Advancements: The legislation opened doors for integrating new technologies for better traffic management. This could include electronic challans (fines) and improved enforcement mechanisms. 
  • Increased Accountability: The amendment held road contractors accountable for faulty road design and construction, aiming to improve overall road infrastructure.
Overall, the Motor Vehicle Act (Amendment) of 2019 aimed to create a more robust system for safe and responsible driving in India.

The MVA's Legacy: A Work in Progress - The Motor Vehicle Act has undergone constant modification to address the demands of India's dynamic transportation environment. Its emphasis on law and order, safety, and sensible driving practices never wavers. The MVA will probably continue to be updated in order to provide a safer and more effective road network for everybody, as traffic trends and technological advancements evolve.

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