30.06.18 Goa (GoaPSC) Current Affairs

GOA Goa govt approves single joint inspection system for licenses   Aimed at simplifying the procedure for issuing construction permits/licenses, the government has approved the system of single joint site inspection by all the concerned authorities, the department of urban development informed in a circular. Urban local bodies (ULBs) will be the nodal agencies for the inspection.   … Read more

30.06.18 (RPSC) Rajasthan Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Chambal’s receding water level threatening aquatic life   The river currently has several endangered species, including 1,600 gharials, 600 crocodiles and 70 dolphins. Forest officials said water levels have fallen up to two feet in some areas, threatening habitat of the highly endangered gharial (Gavialis gangeticus). The crisis has forced the National Chambal Sanctuary officials in Uttar … Read more

29.06.18 Goa (GoaPSC) Current Affairs

GOA Goa’s e-government initiative gets national recognition   The revenue department intends to bring more government services online through the Goa e-District portal over the next six months.   That nearly 1.5 lakh certificates had been issued online, while 5321 partition applications had been issued.   Approximately 250 online nominations were invited from government departments … Read more

29.06.18 (RPSC) Rajasthan Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Sikar secures first position in district health ranking   Sikar secured first place in the district health ranking, which will be done every month for motivating the districts to improve healthcare services in their respective districts based on their rankings. Jaipur I and Jaipur II’s dismal performance has earned them 29th and 19th rankings in … Read more

28.06.18 (RPSC) Rajasthan Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN No books for Urdu medium schools in Rajasthan   Since the year 2005-06 supply of books to the Urdu medium schools have been stopped due to various reasons and teachers in those schools are forced to teach the students translating from the Hindi medium books.   There are eight Urdu medium schools left in Rajasthan after state has … Read more

28.06.18 Goa (GoaPSC) Current Affairs

GOA Smart classrooms set to be launched in four government colleges   Equipped with Rs 4 crore in central government funding, four government colleges — in Sakhali, Quepem, Khandola and Margao — will introduce smart classrooms during this academic year.   In smart classrooms, there is no scope for conventional teaching, which largely involves teachers using blackboards and … Read more

27.06.18 Goa (GoaPSC) Current Affairs

GOA Goa CM reviews biz reforms action plan with 11 departments   Chief minister Manohar Parrikar  chaired a meeting to track the progress made on the Business Reforms Action Plan (BRAP) 2018 chalked out by the Union government’s Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion.   Presently, Goa has implemented 61% of the 372 reforms specified under … Read more

27.06.18 (RPSC) Rajasthan Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN NTCA approves relocation of two tigresses to Mukundra   With the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) giving its in-principle approval, all hurdles have been cleared for the relocating of two tigresses to the Mukundra Hills Tiger Reserve (MHTR).   The lone tiger at (MHTR) is now expected to have tigress from the Ranthambore Tiger … Read more

26.06.18 (RPSC) Rajasthan Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Now, insurance for vegetable, fruit farmers   FARMERS growing vegetables and fruits in Rajasthan are to get insurance for their crops from now. Agriculture minister Prabhu Lal Saini on Monday said that Prime Minister’s Modified Weather Based Crop Insurance has been implemented in the state and tenders will be issued this week.   Farmers … Read more

24-25.06.18 (RPSC) Rajasthan Current Affairs

RAJASTHAN Rajasthan govt liquor surcharge to generate funds for cow protection   The Rajasthan government in Rajasthan has introduced a 20 per cent surcharge on liquor, the proceeds of which will be used for protection of cows in the state.   The state government had in April last year imposed a 10 per cent surcharge on all … Read more

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