Haryana’s Ayushman Bharat Mission a boon for poor Covid patients, says CM
More than 11000 patients have received Covid-19 treatment under the Ayushman Bharat Haryana Health Protection Mission in the state.
The Chief Minister Manohar Lal has directed the deputy commissioners and the health officers that special care be taken during the Covid times of people below poverty line who have been finding it difficult to make both ends meet in these trying times.
Khattar said that the state took a novel initiative by constituting ‘Ayushman Bharat Haryana Health Protection Authority’ which has so far spent an amount of Rs 4 crore on the COVID-19 testing of 10791 persons. Furthermore, an amount of more than one core has been spent on the treatment of 583 patients.
Testing and Treatment of COVID-19 Pandemic is also included in the Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana from April 4, 2020. Since then, the Haryana government has spent an amount of Rs 5 crore on the treatment of COVID-19 patients covered under this scheme, he added. In Haryana 15.50 lakh families are registered under the mission who are entitled to free medical treatment worth Rs five lakh annually. In all, 593 hospitals in the state are empanelled of which 176 are the government hospitals and 417 are the private ones. So far, these hospitals have claimed an amount of Rs 315 crore for the treatment of 2.59 lakh patients. Out of these, a claim of Rs 263 crore has been paid by the government for the treatment of 2.33 lakh patients, the Chief Minister said.
Ayushman Bharat – Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana was launched in the country on August 15, 2018 and under this, Haryana is the first state in the country which has paid the medical claim raised under Ayushman Bharat.
Stratolaunch Test Flies – World Largest Airplane
The world’s largest aircraft manufactured by Stratolaunch recently completed its second test flight from the Mojave Aerospace Port in California.
The flight reached an altitude of 4,267 meters during the test flight. It got a top speed of 320 kilometres per hour. This aircraft can carry a payload of more than 220 tons. The wingspan of the aircraft is 117 meters. This is bigger than an American football field. It was named “Roc”.
The roc bird is a big bird usually mentioned in the mythology of the Middle East. It is very popular in “Sinbad the Sailor”. It uses a dual body configuration. The fuselage is the main part of the aircraft. It accommodates cargo, crew and passengers. The dual body design has two bodies.
DCGI Approved 2-deoxy-D-glucose
The Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) has authorised the anti-COVID drug 2-deoxy-D-glucose for emergency use.
It was established in partnership with Dr Reddy’s Laboratories (DRL) in Hyderabad by the Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences (INMAS), a lab of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).
Advanced Chemistry Cell (ACC) Battery Storage Production-Linked Incentive Scheme
The proposal of the Department of Heavy Industry to introduce the Production Linked Incentive (PLI) Scheme ‘National Programme on Advanced Chemistry Cell (ACC) Battery Storage’ has been approved by the Union Cabinet.
With an investment of Rs 18,100 crore, achieve a manufacturing capacity of 50 GWh of ACC and 5 GWh of Niche ACC.
ACCs are a new generation of advanced storage technologies that can store electric energy as electrochemical or chemical energy and then convert it back to electricity as required.
It will also boost electric mobility, which will support three-wheelers, four-wheelers, and heavy vehicles.
NITI Aayogs Project for Great Nicobar Island
The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCCEnvironment )’s Appraisal Committee (EAC) – Infrastructure I has raised serious concerns about NITI Aayog’s ambitious project for Great Nicobar Island.
The committee, on the other hand, has overcome the project’s first hurdle.
It has “recommended” that it be granted “terms of reference (TOR)” for Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) studies, which will begin with three-month baseline studies.
RBI Grants PPI Authorisation to Eroute Technologies
Eroute Technologies has been given permission to operate as a prepaid payment instruments (PPI) company by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
Eroute Technologies Pvt Ltd was granted a perpetual licence by the RBI to begin issuing and operating semi-closed pre-paid instruments in India.
Through developing user-friendly payment solutions that meet the unique needs of different customer segments in our society, the company aims to support the underserved segments, which number nearly 680 million people.
PPIs are financial instruments that allow the purchase of goods and services, such as financial services, remittances, and funds transfers, against the value stored in them.
Smokeless Cremation System Developed
The Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar, has produced a prototype of a moveable electric cremation device that claims to be the world’s first smokeless cremation system despite the use of wood.
It uses half of the wood required for cremation.
Because of the use of combustion air system technology, it is very environmentally friendly.
It is based on the wick furnace technology, in which the wick will turn yellow when lighted.
With the aid of a combustion air system mounted over the wicks, this is transformed into a smokeless blue flame.
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