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Friday, 6 August 2021

Bharat Electronics Limited Recruitment for 511 Post

Bharat Electronics Limited, a Navaratna Company and India’s premier professional Electronics Company under the Ministry of Defence, requires the following personnel on contract basis, for EVM production for Export Manufacturing, SC & US, Military Radars and Military Communication SBUs of Bengaluru Complex:



Total No of Post : 511 Posts

Trainee Engineer - I : 308

Project Engineer- I : 203


Terms of Engagement: 

Project Engineers will be engaged for an initial period of 2 years, which may be extended for another 2 years (upto a maximum of 4 years) based on project requirement and individual performance. Candidates will be paid a consolidated remuneration of Rs. 35,000/- per month for the 1st year and Rs. 40,000/- for 2nd year. In the event of extension of contract, the remuneration shall be- Rs. 45,000/- for 3rd year and Rs. 50,000/- for 4th year.

Trainee Engineers will be engaged for an initial period of 1 year, which is extendable for another 2 years (upto a maximum of 3 years) based on project requirement and individual performance. Candidates will be paid a consolidated remuneration of Rs. 25,000/- per month for the 1 st year and in the event of extension of contract, the remuneration shall be Rs. 28,000/- for 2nd year and Rs. 31,000/- for the 3rd year.


Qualification: 

Project Engineer- I and Trainee Engineer –I: 4 years full time B.E / B. Tech Engineering course from a reputed Institute / University in the Engineering disciplines of Electronics / Electronics & Communication / Electronics & Telecommunication / Telecommunication / Communication / Mechanical / Electrical / Electrical & Electronics. First Class is the indicated qualification for General, OBC and EWS candidates and Pass Class for SC, ST and PwD candidates.


HOW TO APPLY:

a) Candidates who are desirous of applying for the above posts may apply online by clicking the relevant link provided against the advertisement.

The last date to apply is 15.08.2021

b) Candidates are required to enter all information correctly in the online application form and verify the same before submission, as changes shall not be permitted after submission of the application form.

Upper Age limit as on 01.08.2021

Trainee Engineer -I : 25

Project Engineer-I : 28

Application fee:

a) Project Engineer-I: General, EWS and OBC candidates are required to remit an amount of Rs.500/-

b) Trainee Engineer-I: General, EWS and OBC candidates are required to remit an amount of Rs.200/-

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Last Date of Apply Online : 15-08-2021


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Anando / Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Card includes two schemes, see which schemes will benefit now?

Anando / Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Card includes two schemes, see which schemes will benefit now?


Ayushyaman Yojana, Maa Vatsalya Yojana, Maa Amrutam Yojana are all linked to the three schemes.

Big announcement from DYCM Nitin Patel
There are 3 benefits to having a PM public health card
The state government will pay a premium of Rs 1,400 crore for the scheme

The Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Card is the largest health care scheme of the central government and the biggest aid to the poor. The single card provides free government assistance to poor families up to Rs 5 lakh, ranging from major cancers, spine surgery, brain tumors, etc. How many diseases are treated. On the other hand, many health oriented services of Gujarat government like Maa Vatsalya, Ma Amrutam Yojana also have a scheme to help the poor at a cost of Rs 5 lakh.

DYCM Nitin Patel's announcement
DYCM Nitin Patel Patel has added Vatsalya, Maa Amrutam Yojana in the Prime Minister's Jan Arogya Card and two other schemes of the state government for the purpose of expanding the scope of the scheme and providing more benefits to the beneficiaries.
The state government has also announced a premium of Rs 1,400 crore for the scheme. It has also been announced by the state government that the beneficiaries will get treatment for up to 2000 diseases by combining the three schemes. If so, it was difficult to take advantage of the beneficiary serviceTherefore, an attempt has been made by the state government to simplify the scheme and its benefits by including both the schemes in a single card, the benefit of which can now be availed by every beneficiary family.

Which scheme is included in the Prime Minister's Public Health Card?
1 Lifetime Scheme - Central Government
2nd Vatsalya- State Government
3rd Amrutam Yojana - State Government.

Thus, the above three schemes have been merged in which Nitin Patel has also announced that the state government will pay the premium of Rs 1400 crore.

The center's largest health scheme.
On August 15, 2016, the Prime Minister of the country announced Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PMJAY). This plan is the largest health insurance plan in the world. Under this scheme, about 100 million families of the country i.e. about 200 million people will get health insurance of Rs 5 lakh every year. An estimated 8 crore rural households and 2.4 crore urban households will get the benefit of this scheme. Thus, about 50% of the population of the country will get health insurance.

Who will get the benefit of the scheme?


The benefit of this scheme will be available to all the families identified as poor during the 2011 census. There is no age or family size limit in this scheme. And yes those people / families who have become poor after 2011 will not get the benefit of this scheme!

Is the beneficiary of the scheme named or not?


You can check online whether your name is in PMJAY scheme or not. For this you have to go to the website of mera.pmjay.gov.in. After opening the website, enter your mobile number and the security code given in the box provided there. Then click on Generate OTP button so that an OTP will come on your mobile. Input this OTP on the website and click on Submit button. Doing so will open another page, in which you have to select your state. You will then be given 4 options to search for your name, name, ration card number, mobile number and RSBY URN number. Select any one of the options and enter the details and click on the Search button to check if you have received the PM Health Card.

How to get benefit?


Beneficiary does not need any special card for PMJAY scheme. Beneficiaries will have a "Life Help Desk" in every government as well as private hospital associated with the scheme to establish their identity only. Where the beneficiary has to prove his eligibility by giving documents. Up to Rs 5 lakh is provided free of cost to the beneficiary after proving eligibility

One card can now treat 2000 diseases







    
 In Ayushman Bharat Yojana, every poor citizen of the country will get the benefit of major diseases and major operations as well as the procedure performed in the hospital free of cost. The operation includes bypass surgery, cataract, corneal grafting, orthoplasty, chest fracture, urological surgery, cesarean delivery, dialysis, spine surgery, brain tumor surgery as well as various cancer surgeries. A total of 2000 diseases will be treated.

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Gandhinagar / State Chief Secretary Anil Mukim's term is coming to an end, see who is ahead in the CS race?

Gandhinagar / State Chief Secretary Anil Mukim's term is coming to an end, see who is ahead in the CS race?



Anil Mukim has been given two extensions so far in view of his performance as chief secretary in Corona.


Who will be the new Chief Secretary of Gujarat?

Anil Mukim's term ends on August 31

Discussion of the name of Pankaj Kumar, Rajiv Gupta


Gujarat Chief Secretary Anil Mukim's term is coming to an end. August 31 is the last day of Anil Mukim's tenure.


Considering Corona's performance, the tenure was extended

Anil Mukim's term is coming to an end on August 31. So far, the government has twice given Anil Mukim an extension to retain the post of chief secretary. Significantly, Corona's fight was well-received during Chief Secretary Mukim's tenure. That is why the government has kept him in charge till now but he is now stepping down from the secretariat after the extension expires on August 31.


Whose name is in discussion in CS race?

The names of Additional Chief Secretary of the House Pankaj Kumar are leading the race in the CS race, while Additional Chief Secretary of Industry Rajiv Gupta and Additional Chief Secretary Vipul Mitra are also being discussed. In the future, the state government will decide on the choice of the chief secretary. It is decided that the Chief Secretary will be selected on the basis of the work and experience of the Secretaries.


Who is Pankaj Kumar?

Pankaj Kumar is the Additional Chief Secretary of the Home Department. Based on his experience and performance, Pankaj Kumar is leading the CS race. He was born on May 6, 1962 and joined IAS on August 25, 1986. Pankaj Kumar has done B.TEC, MBA, IIT Management from Kanpur. Vijay Rupani is impressed with Pankaj Kumar's performance.


Who is Dr. Rajiv Gupta?

Dr. Rajiv Gupta is currently the Additional Chief Secretary of the Industries Department. After Pankaj Kumar, Dr. Rajiv Gupta can also be entrusted with this important responsibility. Pankaj Kumar and Rajiv Gupta were born on May 6, 1962 while Rajiv Gupta also joined as IAS on August 25, 1986. Rajiv Gupta holds an MA in Political Science, a P.hd in International Law. Rajiv Gupta is believed to be an official close to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


    
 Who is Vipul Mitra?

Vipul Mitra, who is holding the post of Additional Chief Secretary, is also in the running for the post of Chief Secretary of State.

The three officers joined as IAS on August 25, 1986. While Vipul Mitra's performance during his tenure as Additional Chief Secretary is also being praised, it remains to be seen who will take over the reins of Gujarat's Chief Secretary.


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Monday, 2 August 2021

Prediction / Corona's third wave could strike the country this month, experts warn.

Prediction / Corona's third wave could strike the country this month, experts warn.



Once again, the number of Corona cases in the country has crossed 40,000. Experts have warned that a third wave could strike this month, given the growing number of corona cases. At the same time, if a third wave strikes, Corona's case figures are likely to reach its peak by October.


When will the third wave of Corona come? This is just the question on everyone's mind after the second wave of transition. In the meantime a new prophecy has come to the fore. It has been claimed that the third wave of corona in India may come this month i.e. in August. Researchers have made this new prediction of the corona based on a mathematical model. Among them were Madhukumalli Vidyasagar and Maninder Agarwal from IIT Hyderabad and Kanpur. His calculations came true with the second wave of Corona.


The research team said a third wave would follow with an increase in cases of the corona virus. In states like Kerala and Maharashtra, the situation will worsen with an increase in cases. A possible third wave of corona virus will be at its peak in October and November. The speed of vaccination must be increased to prevent the corona from becoming fatal.




    
 
Currently, 10 states, including Kerala, are facing alarming numbers of corona viruses. If we look at the statistics of the last one week, there has been a sudden increase in cases of corona in these states. The central government had recently sent a team of medical experts to Kerala to look into Corona's condition. The team arrived in Kerala and reviewed the situation, calling the growing positive case a major challenge.The second wave was at its peak in May, killing thousands and causing oxygen shortages and bed bugs in some hospitals.



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Inhumane incident in Andhra Pradesh: In West Godavari, 300 dogs were killed by injection on the orders of the Panchayat, buried together in a pit.

Inhumane incident in Andhra Pradesh: In West Godavari, 300 dogs were killed by injection on the orders of the Panchayat, buried together in a pit.



Andhra Pradesh has witnessed a heart-wrenching incident of violence against animals. Panchayat members of Lingapalam village in West Godavari district killed about 300 dogs by injecting them with poison. All the dogs were then buried in a pit near the village lake.


The whole incident came to light when animal rights activist Challapalli Srilata lodged a complaint at the police station on July 29. Following their complaint, the police have registered a case against the village panchayat secretary and sarpanch under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.


People were annoyed by the dog, so killed

According to news reports, people in Lingapalam village were fed up with the harassment of dogs. The people of the village panchayat felt it was right to kill the dog. Fight for Animals activist Srilata said she visited the village and saw some dog carcasses rotting near the lake. Inquiries from the villagers revealed that the act was carried out on the orders of the panchayat.


There are other instances of cruelty to animals

1. 36 monkeys were killed in Karnataka on Thursday

About 36 monkeys were found dead in Haasan district of Karnataka on Thursday. According to police, they were killed and then thrown in sacks. Each of these monkeys belonged to the bonnet macaque species, which is commonly found in South India. An investigation into the incident is also ongoing.

2. Cut off the dog's three legs with an ax

A month ago, a man tied up a dog in Rani town of Alwar district and cut off three of its legs with an ax. The dog was barking, but the man did not feel sorry for him. Eventually, the dog died. Police had registered a case against four members of the same family under the Animal Cruelty Act.



    
3. Tied the dog to the Scooty and dragged him away

On June 20, in Patiala, Punjab, two women tied a dog to a Scooty and dragged it away. She did not believe when stopped by people. The dog was seriously injured in the incident. The animal was taken to hospital for treatment but died during treatment.

 

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Digital Payment Solution: PM Modi launches e-RUPI; This will benefit the schemes without any hindrance.

Digital Payment Solution: PM Modi launches e-RUPI; This will benefit the schemes without any hindrance.


E-Rupee has been developed by the National Payments Corporation of India.


The government's move will help in transparent and leak proof delivery.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi today launched e-Voucher Based Digital Payment Solution (e-RUPI) through video conferencing with the aim of promoting digital payments. E-Rupee is a prepaid voucher developed by the National Payments Corporation of India i.e. NPCI. It will provide cashless and contactless payments. According to the government, this will help in passing on the benefits of the schemes to the last person. We are telling you about its benefits here.


It will increase transparency

On this occasion, PM Narendra Modi said that the country is reshaping digital governance. The government's move will help in transparent and leak proof delivery. If you want to help someone in treatment or study, it can be done with e-rupee instead of cash. This will determine if the money has been used in the right place.


If money has been sent for the book, it will be known through e-rupee whether the book has been purchased or not. Other items will be added over time. E-Rupee is in a way a person as well as a purpose Pacific.


Seeing technology as a tool

Initially there was a definition in the country about technology that India is a country of the poor, technology is only a thing of the rich, so what is the use of technology in India? When our government was talking about creating a technology mission, many politicians, some special experts were questioning this. Today, the country has rejected the ideology of these people and proved it wrong. Today the idea of ​​the country is different and new. Today we see technology as a tool to help the poor and their progress.


The PM Swanidhi Yojana helped more than 23 lakh people

Our government launched the PM Swanidhi Yojana. Today, more than 2.3 million street vendors in cities and towns across the country have received help under these schemes. About Rs 2300 crore has been given to him during this coronation period.


This will have these 9 benefits

1. This is a cashless and contactless way.

2. It connects the giver and the receiver directly.

3. Beneficiaries of Anarthi government schemes will get the benefit directly. This will reduce corruption.

4. It is a QR code or SMS string-based e-voucher, which is sent directly to the beneficiary's mobile.

5. In this one time payment service, users will be able to redeem vouchers even without a card, digital payment app or internet banking.

6. Physical contact direct beneficiaries and service providers will be connected through e-RUPI without any department or institution connected with government schemes.

7. It will also ensure that payment is made to the service provider only after completion of the transaction.

8. Being prepaid it pays on time to the service provider without involving any intermediary.



    
9. This digital voucher can also be used in the private sector for its employee welfare and corporate social responsibility programs.

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Lok Sabha / Is Modi government forgiving farmers' debt? Important statement made by the Finance Minister in Parliament.

Lok Sabha / Is Modi government forgiving farmers' debt? Important statement made by the Finance Minister in Parliament.



The Modi government has clarified the situation regarding farmers' debt waiver. Minister of State for Finance Bhagwat Karad has given a written reply in Parliament to resolve the issue.


Will farmers' debt be forgiven?

Important statement given by Modi government in Parliament

Minister of State for Finance Bhagwat Karad's reply

The government has no plans to forgive farmers' debts


Replying to a written question in the Lok Sabha, Minister of State for Finance Bhagwat Karad said that at present, the government has no plans to waive the debts of farmers, including SCs and STs. The Central Government has not implemented any loan waiver scheme since 2008 under the Agricultural Debt Waiver and Debt Relief Scheme.


The minister described the government's plan for farmers

 Minister of State Bhagwat Karad said that at present there are several schemes of the Central Government for farmers including interest subsidy for short term crop insurance up to Rs. 3 lakhs, increase in Reserve Bank's agricultural loan limit from Rs. 1 lakh to Rs. There is a plan to give Rs 6,000.


To appease the disgruntled farmers, the central government is planning to deposit Rs 19,000 crore in the farmers' accounts this month alone. Sources said that they are ready to do so.


Possibility to deposit money in beneficiary's account on 9th August

Led by Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, the plan is to transfer the amount to all the beneficiaries at once on August 9. The last installment was paid on May 14. Under this scheme, money is to be deposited in the accounts of 9.5 crore beneficiaries.

Under the Kisan Nidhi Yojana, the government gives Rs 6,000 to farmers every year


    
The Central Government provides Rs. 6,000 per annum to farmers under the Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana. This money is credited directly to the farmers' account in three installments of Rs. Farmers have so far received 8 installments under this scheme and the 9th installment will be released soon.

 

 

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Talk about benefits / invest Rs 2 per day, the government will give a pension of Rs 36,000 per month.

Talk about benefits / invest Rs 2 per day, the government will give a pension of Rs 36,000 per month.



You can get a pension of Rs 3000 per month by depositing just Rs 1 80 paise per day


Deposit only 1 rupee 80 paise per day

Get 3000 pension per month

Learn about the government's guaranteed pension scheme.


Many central government pension schemes offer a fixed amount of pension guarantee every month after old age. You can get a pension of Rs 3000 per month by depositing just Rs 1 80 paise per day. The name of this scheme is 'Pradhan Mantri Shramayogi Mandhan Yojana'. The government's scheme is for workers in the unorganized sector.


How much pension will you get every month?

If your monthly income is less than Rs 15,000 and your age is less than 40 years, you can join the Modi government's scheme and get a pension of up to Rs 3,000 per month in old age. The central government started this scheme in the year 2019. The government aims to reach at least 100 million workers and employees in the unorganized sector in the next five years.


Government Guaranteed Pension Scheme

This is a government guaranteed pension scheme with which you can get a pension of Rs 3,000 per month after the age of 60. The scheme was launched to provide financial security to the elderly. The government will deposit the same amount in your pension account every month as you deposit in this scheme every month.


Who will not be able to avail the benefits of this scheme?

To join the scheme, an additional income of Rs. 15,000 per month is required. If the monthly income is more than 15 thousand then you cannot avail this scheme. Also, a person working in the organized sector or a member of the Employees Provident Fund (EPFO), National Pension Scheme (NPS), or State Employees Insurance Corporation (ESIC) or an income tax payer cannot avail of this scheme.


Who can be a part of this scheme?

Any Indian citizen can join the Pradhan Mantri Shramayogi Mandhan Yojana. Who is between 18 and 40 years of age. The scheme is specially designed for meds, cobblers, tailors, rickshaw drivers, laundresses and laborers. According to government figures, about 420 million people in the country work in the unorganized sector.



    
How much investment in how many years?

If the investor is 18 years of age, he will have to deposit Rs 55 per month in this scheme, Rs 100 per month for 29 year olds and Rs 200 per month for 40 year olds. If the beneficiaries die before the pension is received, 50 per cent of the pension will be given to their spouse.

 

 

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Epidemic / This vaccine turns out to be 'the best', 100 percent protection against all variants of Corona, claims in ICMR study.


Epidemic / This vaccine turns out to be 'the best', 100 percent protection against all variants of Corona, claims in ICMR study.



A study by the Indian Council of Medical and Research claims that the covacin vaccine is effective against all variants of the corona and provides 77 per cent protection.


Claim relief in ICMR study

Covexin works against all variants of Corona

77 percent protection claim against Corona.


According to the ICMR study, all three mutations in the covexin delta have been affected by 77 percent. You may be protected against the Delta variant if you have taken covexin. The ICMR studied 25,798 people who took covexin and found that covexin was effective against all variants of the corona. And it protects people 63.6 percent.


Jadbaslak safety shield after taking both doses

Since coming to India for the first time in April 2021, there have been four variants of Delta so far. AY.1, AY.2 and AY.3. Then it spread all over the world. Delta is now wreaking havoc in Europe, Asia and the Americas. However, the study found that after taking both doses, there is complete protection against the Delta variant.


Kovasin trials were also started on children

People who are having a second corona or a corona after a vaccine, called a breakthrough infection, are also getting vaccinated. Kovasin India has been jointly developed by Biotech and ICMR. Now the trial of this vaccine is also going on in children. The trial of Kovasin's children is expected to be completed by September.


The head of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research said that vaccinations and wearing masks would definitely help reduce the intensity of the third wave. Mande said they were analyzing the rising number of corona in Kerala. He also said that the Delta Plus variant of the virus is not a major concern.




    

Which variant of Delta or Delta Plus is the deadliest?

Doctor Mande said the Corona's Delta variant is the deadliest, but there's no need to worry about the Delta Plus. Britain, Europe, and America want the next wave. We have to take a liberal approach. The third wave is likely to come but it is difficult to say when and how it will come. This may be due to delays in adhering to the new mutant virus or Covid-19 protocol.



 

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Tuesday, 20 July 2021

VTV Special / EXCLUSIVE: Corona patients would not have been robbed in a private hospital if it was a gift from the Gujarat government.

VTV Special / EXCLUSIVE: Corona patients would not have been robbed in a private hospital if it was a gift from the Gujarat government.



In the second wave of Corona, the medical infrastructure of Gujarat came to a standstill. Research on why patients had to endure so much in such a difficult time and why millions had to pay bills in private hospitals found that private hospitals in the state are 15 times more than government hospitals and the number of government beds is alarmingly low.



The year 2014, the year in the history of India that set a record in India. For the first time, a non-Congress party formed a government with an absolute majority. However, this victory was neither of the BJP nor of Prime Minister Modi, this was the victory of the 'Gujarat Model'. The same Gujarat model that the then Chief Minister Narendra Modi played in the Lok Sabha elections. However, the Gujarat model that brought the BJP to power with record seats collapsed like a palace of cards in the battle against Korona.


Why did Gujarat's health system flop in Corona? Did all this happen suddenly? Why 'Gujarat Model' could not become 'Health Model'? To know the answers to the above questions, it is necessary to understand both the pre-Corona state of Gujarat and the Corona time state.


There was no pal before the water

If we look at the condition of government hospitals in some states of India till January 1, 2020, the day before the day Corona appeared in China, we will realize how much the Gujarat model depended on the private sector in the field of health.


(Note: * The number of beds in the states is up to the year 2017. The number of beds in these states is likely to be even higher than what is written here in 2019)


The above figures are from before the introduction of Corona virus in India. It can be clearly seen that even before the advent of Corona, Gujarat's public health sector was far behind. Most of it was privatized here. That is why Gujarat had only 63 beds more than a backward state like Bihar.


Having 5 hospital beds for every 1000 citizens is a sign of a good health system

According to WHO, having 5 hospital beds for every 1000 citizens is a sign of a good health system. Unfortunately, even before the epidemic, there was a situation in Gujarat where only 0.45 government beds were available for every 1000 citizens of the state. In other words, even half a bed was not available among every thousand citizens in Gujarat. It is not known whether the healthcare system was developed in Gujarat as per the guidelines of WHO.


What was the situation like in the second wave?

In the affidavit filed by the Gujarat government in the High Court, important figures related to Kovid Hospital and beds have been given. There are a total of 1203 Dedicated Covid Hospitals (DCHs) across the state as of May 1, according to the data. These hospitals have a total of 63026 beds. This bed figure does not include Dedicated Covid Health Center (DCHC) and Covid Care Center (CCC) beds.


    Double the number of private bods against the government

There are more than 63 thousand beds in a total of 1203 hospitals in the state. Of these, 73 hospitals are government and 1130 are private. Thus the number of private hospitals is 15 times more than the government hospitals in the state.


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Decision / Will OBC reserve now include people with income of Rs 15 lakh? Find out what the government answered.

 Decision / Will OBC reserve now include people with income of Rs 15 lakh? Find out what the government answered.



The government can take an important decision by taking OBC reserves

Improving income criteria

Plan to increase revenue slab to Rs 15 lakh

Another criterion also under consideration.


The government on Tuesday said it had a proposal under consideration to revise the income criteria for determining the creamy layer among OBCs. Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Pratima Bhowmick has given this information in a written reply to S Jyotimani's question in the Lok Sabha. Members asked if the government has received a proposal to increase the creamy layer criteria?


Plan to increase revenue slab to Rs 15 lakh?

The member asked whether the government was planning to increase the OBC creamy layer income slab to Rs 15 lakh. And what are the details of the Rohini Commission's proposal regarding the structure of OBC reservation?


On this, Minister Pratima Bhowmick said, "A proposal to research other criteria for determining the middle creamy layer of OBC is under consideration."




   
  The commission will present the report

He said a commission headed by Rohini has been constituted by the government to consider the issue of sub-classification of OBCs. The commission did not present in its report.


  

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No death due to lack of oxygen in epidemic / second wave of corona in the country: Modi govt's reply in Rajya Sabha.

No death due to lack of oxygen in epidemic / second wave of corona in the country: Modi govt's reply in Rajya Sabha.



The Center informed the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday that there were no deaths during the second wave of Kovid, especially in the states and Union Territories due to lack of oxygen.


In the Rajya Sabha, Congress MP KV Venugopal sought information

Minister of State for Health Bharti Praveen Pawar replied

Not a single person died from lack of oxygen.


The Minister of State for Health in the Rajya Sabha said this in response to questions

In the Rajya Sabha, Congress MP KV Venugopal raised a question as to whether a large number of Kovid patients died on the roads and in hospitals due to severe lack of oxygen in the second wave. "Health is a state issue," said Bharti Praveen Pawar. According to him, all the states / UTs report case and death statistics to the Union Ministry of Health on a regular basis.But no deaths were reported. Oxygen deficiency has not been specifically notified by the States and Union Territories. In a written reply, he said that the Indian government has supported the states and taken many steps to deliver oxygen. In view of the rapid increase in cases during April-May 2021, several steps have been taken, including the provision of medical oxygen and other consumables, to determine the clinical supervision of Kovid patients.


The demand for oxygen tripled compared to the first wave

Dr. Pawar highlighted that during the second wave, the demand for medical oxygen in the country reached around 9000 metric tonnes (MD) as compared to 3095 metric tonnes during the first wave. He said that contract arrangements have been made between the hospital and the medical oxygen supplier regarding the supply of medical oxygen in the hospitals.But during the second wave, due to the unprecedented growth in demand for medical oxygen, the demand in the country reached almost 9000 metric tons.


During the first wave, the central government had to take steps to facilitate equal distribution to the states as compared to 3095 metric tonnes. A dynamic and transparent structure for the allocation of medical oxygen and suppliers of swimming oxygen etc. were prepared for the allocation of medical oxygen in consultation with the States and Union Territories and all stakeholders such as concerned Ministries, Manufacturers. In reply to another question, the Union Minister said that there were no reports of concealment of deaths by the state and union territory governments.



   
  
 

There is no report of concealment of death by the State / UT Government.

Dr. Pawar said there were no reports of deaths being concealed by the states / UT governments. But some states have revised their figures based on the death toll. States were advised to properly prepare their own data with respect to dates and districts in order to get a proper picture of the epidemic.




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Epidemic / Relief News: The world's scientists are doing a great job of eradicating corona, good news coming soon.

Epidemic / Relief News: The world's scientists are doing a great job of eradicating corona, good news coming soon.



Corona is probably the first pandemic of human civilization for which more than 200 drugs have been tested.


Corona became the first such epidemic of human civilization

200 drugs were tested for its treatment

Will be coming to market in the near future


Clinical trials of therapeutic agents for the treatment of corona have also been conducted. This was revealed in a study led by scientists at the Hyderabad-based National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research..


265 clinical trials so far for the treatment of corona virus

According to the research, 265 clinical trials have been conducted so far to treat coronavirus with a direct effect of 115 on disease control, ranging from reducing viral load. Interestingly, all of the drug trials so far, except for the vaccine, are old drugs that have been redesigned for the treatment of corona. The rapid rate of transition to corona has posed a challenge to medical-related management.


Anti parasites, antiviral drugs, monoclonal antibodies used.

According to the study report, a large number of anti-parasite, antiviral drugs, monoclonal antibodies, vaccines and stem cell therapy have been used for clinical trials. In addition, vitamin C and vitamin D supplements reduce the risk of influenza and control the cytokine production responsible for lung damage.


The effect of drug combinations performed on infected patients was also observed


 


   
  

The effect of the drug combination on corona-infected patients has also been seen and it is certain that this drug will also be used to treat corona in the future. The study is published in the scientific journal Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy. Scientists are working to make these drugs available at cheaper rates in the near future. If these drugs come on the market, it will bring great relief to the people. This could be good news amid the current vaccine shortage.

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Sunday, 18 July 2021

Huge crowds of people despite new charges with new attractions, rising demand to ease prices at Science City.

Huge crowds of people despite new charges with new attractions, rising demand to ease prices at Science City.



A number of events have been started at Science City, Ahmedabad for the benefit of the people and especially the children. It was inaugurated by PM Modi 2 days ago. Due to which a huge rush of people has been seen. So the entry has been banned within 4 hours. On the other hand, people are also demanding lower fees.


The Science City has created an aquatic gallery that people can see abroad, a nature park and a robotic gallery for children to use. It was inaugurated by PM Modi 2 days ago. So the admission for the public was started from Saturday. So Science City is blooming on both Saturday and Sunday.Admission is started at 8 am but as the influx of people increases, the entry ban is being forced at 12 noon. At present, only 1000 people are being admitted every day due to Kovid.


During the Corona era, people stopped moving around. Now people are happy to have this kind of aquatic gallery and robotic gallery in the city and are reaching out to visit the world of science. But people are a little bothered by the charge that is being levied.


Because if a person visits all the places inside, the charge is around Rs 5,000. So if 4 people come for a family visit, it will cost around Rs 12,000. In such circumstances, a visit to Science City is not possible for a common man. On the other hand, there is a demand for a nominal fee for school children.




   
 

People say that if the government really wants to increase the interest in science among children, then the professional charge that is being levied on children and students should be removed.

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Saturday, 17 July 2021

GSEB 12th Result 2021 / Gujarat Board Std. 12 declared, thus check.

GSEB 12th Result 2021 / Gujarat Board Std. 12 declared, thus check.




Gujarat Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GSHSEB) has released the result of standard 12 today. It was announced at 8 p.m. Currently only the result of science stream is coming. A total of 1.40 lakh students of Science stream had registered for the standard 12 examination this year.Students can check the result by visiting the official website of Gujarat Board gseb.org. The exam was canceled following the second wave of Corona epidemics this year. According to the rules of Gujarat Board, a student has to get at least ‘D’ grade in all the subjects considered suitable for the next stage. The Gujarat Class 12 Evaluation Policy 2021 was prepared by a committee of 11 academics constituted by the Board after the cancellation of the examination.


GSEB 12th Result 2021: Check these steps

Step 1: Visit the official website gseb.org for Gujarat Board 12th result.

Step 2: After this, click on the 12th result link on the website.

Step 3: Now submit the required information roll number etc.

Step 4: Your result will appear on the screen.

Step 5: Check it out now.


Students are not currently given a marksheet. But the kind of planning will be done so that the students get the marksheet next week. If a student is dissatisfied with the result, he / she has to submit his / her result to the board within 15 days.


The result formula

According to the result formula. 50 marks of 10 result, 25 marks of Std. 11 result as well as Std. 25 marks of 12 periodical and unit test will be taken into consideration. Std. 12 Science stream group-A students against mathematics subject Std. The marks obtained in the subject of Mathematics in 10th will be taken into consideration. While the students of group-B will be considered for the marks obtained in the science subject of standard 10 in biology.


This will be the marking

After the cancellation of standard 12 examination this year, the result of the students will be based on their performance from standard 10 till now. Gujarat Board will mark the standard 12 students in the ratio of 50:25:25. That is, out of the total 100%, 50% marks will be given on the basis of standard 10 of the students.However, 25 per cent will be based on class 11 unit tests and the remaining 25 per cent will be based on class 12 unit tests. Gujarat Board is fully equipped to announce the result of standard 12.


 gseb.org  
 Last year's result

Out of 3.71 lakh students registered in 2019-20, 2.83 lakh passed the standard 12 board examination with 76.29 per cent marks in other subjects including arts and commerce. While in 2018-19, 73.27 per cent students passed.

  


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