12.06.19 Rajasthan[RPSC] Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Government schools to plant trees equal to number of enrolments   To raise awareness about the environment and encourage afforestation, Rajasthan education minister Govind Singh Dotasra announced that trees, equal to the number of enrolments in each school, will be planted by government schools in this session.   The initiative is said to be inspired from Philippines, where the government … Read more

11.06.19 Andhra Pradesh(APPSC) Daily Current Affairs

ANDHRA PRADESH Mekathoti Sucharitha appointed as the Home Minister of Andhra Pradesh   A Dalit Women was inducted into the Congress by the late Dr Y S Rajashekara Reddy (YSR) spotted her during his historic ‘padayatra’ in 2003. Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy appointed Mekathoti Sucharita as the state home … Read more

11.06.19 Rajasthan[RPSC] Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Rajasthan: Budget session from June 27   The second session of 15th Rajasthan assembly to begin from June 27 at 11 am.   The government is also planning to bring some important bills including the one which guarantees right to health.   Like in the last two budgets, the department will continue with the practice of providing the … Read more

09-10.06.19 Andhra Pradesh(APPSC) Daily Current Affairs

ANDHRA PRADESH State will soon have a women protection wing   An exclusive State-level women protection wing will be set soon to handle cases/complaints pertaining to them.   The State Police are also planning to set up more SHE teams and Shakti teams – an all women police teams in the districts, which will function … Read more

09-10.06.19 Rajasthan[RPSC] Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Rajasthan’s gross enrolment ratio stands below national average   Rajasthan’s gross enrolment ratio (GER) in higher education continues to stand among the lowest in the country, putting a question mark on the efforts by the successive governments. Rajasthan has recorded a GER of 22.7% against the national average of 25.8% in 2017-18. The GER is a % of the population … Read more

08.06.19 Rajasthan[RPSC] Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN 250-300 new panchayats to be created in Rajasthan   It is estimated that around 250-300 new gram panchayats would be carved out of the existing 9892 gram panchayats and 10-15 panchayat samitis would be created from the existing 295 in Rajasthan.   The panchayat samitis having more than 40 gram panchayats and over 2 lakh people would … Read more

08.06.19 Andhra Pradesh(APPSC) Daily Current Affairs

ANDHRA PRADESH to disburse interest-free crop loans this fiscal   The government will disburse interest-free crop loans amounting to ₹3,534 crore in the current financial year 2019-20 and that it will pass the annual benefit of ₹50,000 under Rythu Bharosa scheme to tenant farmers also. It was committed to curbing the menace of spurious seeds. … Read more

07.06.19 Andhra Pradesh(APPSC) Daily Current Affairs

  ANDHRA PRADESH NEP should strive for strong school education, inclusive varsities: experts   Strengthening school education, teacher training, funding for research, public private partnership in setting up universities, integrated vocational education, improving the intake of youth in universities are some of the suggestions made on the New Education Policy.   The policy as a … Read more

07.06.19 Rajasthan[RPSC] Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Panel set up to monitor government colleges in Rajasthan   The Rajasthan college education department is setting up a District Resource Assistance Committee (DRAC) in the state to monitor the functioning of the colleges and provide them with required facilities.   An officer in-charge monitors the functioning of government colleges in various districts. As per the … Read more

06.06.19 Andhra Pradesh(APPSC) Daily Current Affairs

ANDHRA PRADESH ·         Budget session likely from July 10 ð  The budget session of the State Legislature is likely to commence in the second week of July, tentatively from July 10, and last till the end of the month. The YSRCP government has to present the full budget for the remaining eight months (August-March) of … Read more

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