Haryana Govt to organise 200 job fairs every year
Haryana Government has set a target to organize 200 job fairs every year to provide employment opportunities to the youth in the private sector.
Under this, it is mandatory to organize at least one employment fair or placement drive every quarter by the District Employment Office in every district of the state, said Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala.
He said that many initiatives have been taken by the State Government to increase employment opportunities in the state. A new employment portal has been launched to connect the youth of Haryana with employment in the private sector.
The details of youth of Haryana have been compiled on the employment portal by collecting data from various government departments, ITIs, polytechnics, and higher educational institutions to meet the needs of youth with diverse skills in the private sector. Not only this, private sector employers and job-aggregators have also been integrated on the employment portal, he said.
Under this scheme, Rs. 3000 per month is being provided to eligible post graduate unemployed, Rs. 1500 to graduate unemployed and Rs. 900 per month unemployment allowance to 10+2 pass unemployed and Rs. 6000 per month in lieu of doing 100 hours of honorary work in addition to the above
World Water Week – 23rd to 27th August
The World Water Week is regarded as an annual event organized via Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) because 1991 to tackle the international water troubles and associated concerns of global development. The World Water Week 2021 has been organised from 23-27 August, in entirely digital format. The theme: Building Resilience Faster.
Launch of DISC 5.0 – Defence Ministry
Rajnath Singh (Defence Minister) launched Defence India Startup Challenge (DISC) 5.0 beneath (iDEX-DIO) – Innovations for Defence Excellence – Defence Innovation Organisation initiative, on 19th August 2021, in New Delhi.
The Defence Ministry has earmarked Rs 1,000 crore for home procurement via the iDEX initiative for the monetary year 2021-2022. The Defence Production Department, Ministry of Defence has accepted budgetary support of Rs. 498.80 crore for iDEX for the subsequent five years from 2021-22 till 2025-26.
Defence India Startup Challenge is a platform wherein the Government, Services, think tanks, industry, startups and innovators can work collectively to help the defence & aerospace sectors attain full workability with the aid of developing a strong, cutting-edge & well-equipped military and equally capable & self-reliant defence industry.
National Monetisation Pipeline by Finance Ministry
Minister for Finance, Nirmala Sitharaman has launched the asset monetisation pipeline of Central ministries and public zone entities: ‘National Monetisation Pipeline’. Asset Monetisation, potentially a constrained period license/ lease of an asset, owned by the government or public authority, to a private region entity for upfront or periodic consideration.
The National Monetisation Pipeline (NMP) lists out belongings and asset classes, under various infrastructure ministries, which will be monetised over a length of time. Which capacity belongings will be monetised.
This pipeline has been developed by NITI Aayog, in session with infrastructure line ministries, based totally on the mandate for ‘Asset Monetisation’ underneath Union Budget 2021-22.
NMP estimates combination monetisation possible of Rs 6.0 lakh crores thru core assets of the Union Government, over a four-year period, from FY 2022 to FY 2025.
Lord Shiva to the Shankaracharya Temple
As per the age-old culture related to the annual Amarnath pilgrimage, the holy mace (Chhari Mubarak) of Lord Shiva used to be introduced to the ancient Shankaracharya Temple.
It is additionally recognised as the Jyoteshwar temple or Pas-Pahar via Buddhists. Persians and Jews name it Bagh-i-sulaiman or the Garden of King Solomon. Persian inscriptions are also determined inside the temple.
It is on the pinnacle of the Shankaracharya Hill (also referred to as Hill of Solomon) on the Zabarwan Mountain in Srinagar, Kashmir.
The temple is regarded as the oldest temple of the valley of Kashmir.
It is dedicated to Lord Shiva The temple is at a peak of 1,000 feet above the undead and overlooks the town of Srinagar.
The temple dates to 200 BC, though the present structure probably dates to the ninth century AD.
It was once visited through Adi Shankara and has been due to the fact that it has been associated with him; this is how the temple got the title Shankaracharya.
474 elephants electrocuted in last 6 yrs: Govt
An RTI reply from the ministry of environment and forests to activist K Govindan Namboothiry stated that 474 elephants were electrocuted in the country from 2014 to 2020.
Maximum deaths were reported in 2018 at 81, while the average was 70 every year until then. As many as 65 elephants died till December 2020 -13 in Assam and 10 in West Bengal. The maximum number of deaths in these six years was reported in Assam (90), followed by Odisha (73), Tamil Nadu (68) and Karnataka (65). Kerala reported 24 elephant deaths during this period.
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