Current Affairs 15th April 2018 – IAS, UPSC, BANKING, SSC


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Current Affairs 15th April 2018


Anubhuti programme to let students get experience of villages in Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said In villages even today one learns to live together in harmony. Hence the state government will start Anubhuti programme in which students will be taken to villages. While addressing the Anubhuti Samvad programme “life in a village is amazing. In villages, people live together like a family. Indian culture and tradition are found even today in villages. Even if essential facilities reach villages, the basic, simple and natural life of villages should remain the same. Even today the entire village makes preparations for a girl’s marriage.” The road amenities in villages of the state have been increased in the last decade. Today 95 percent villages have got connected to the pucca roads. Villages are being provided 24-hour power supply.

Indo-ASEAN ties have entered 25 years of dialogue

The countries around the South China Sea had made a number of attempts to form an intergovernmental platform where countries around the region could come together on principles of Pan-Asianinsm addressing common goals of security, economy and strategic interests.One predominant driving force behind this longing was the fear of communism and a antagonist china, there had been various instances in the past when China had border disputes with a number of current ASEAN member countries. It was this fear that saw the formation of SEATO or Southeast Asia Treaty Organization in early September 1954 through the Manila pact, where the motive was to form a strong anti-communist alliance to contain communist powers like China. Though SEATO had successfully established itself as a formal institution by 1955 yet it failed at various instances to deliver its purpose and was ultimately dissolved in the late 70’s. Apart from SEATO, another significant attempt of uniting under the principles of Pan-Asianism can be seen in the formation of Association of Southeast Asia (ASA) during the early 60’s and is termed as a predecessor of ASEAN. Successively ASEAN was formally conceived on 8th August 1967 with five countries from the region signing a pact in Bangkok namely Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia.

Around 23147 Crores released to gear up rural employment ( Current Affairs 15th April 2018 )

Giving employment to the rural people is the prime aim of the government hand in order to will also ensure smooth implementation of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) in the coming months of FY 2018-19, 23,147 crores are released to various States/UTs. The funds, besides clearing all wage and payment liabilities of the previous year, will also ensure smooth implementation of the scheme in the coming months of FY 2018-19. In line with the commitment of Central Government towards the release of funds by 10th April 2018, the Ministry released Rs. 14,995 crore for wages and Rs. 8,152 crore for material expenditure under MGNREGS. This release includes the amount pending as liability for the work done in the last weeks of FY 2017-18. The States/UTs have been advised to ensure that all the pending liabilities are duly cleared. The Ministry is closely monitoring the compliance. It is important to mention here that the Central Government has an initial budget provision of Rs. 55,000crore in FY 2018-19 which is the highest since the inception of the programme. Last year the initial budget provision was Rs. 48,000crore which was revised upwards during the later stages.

UK parliament can block Brexit divorce bill: Brexit minister Davis

The Situations between the UK and European Union are always on the verge of slip. Brexit minister David Davis warned on Thursday that parliament could veto any final deal negotiated with the European Union unless it has a “substantive” idea of what the future trading relationship.

Haryana to introduce Choice Based Credit System for undergraduate education – Current Affairs 15th April

Haryana soon to give relax to the undergraduate students as it is going to introduce a unique way which will bring a smile on their faces that is Choice based credit system (CBCS). The Haryana government said it has decided to introduce choice-based credit system (CBCS) and also revise the syllabus and workload in eleven subjects at the under-graduation level “in keeping with global scenario”. The subjects are economics, political science, psychology, mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science, botany, zoology, commerce, and geography, said an official spokesperson of the higher education department. They would review the existing syllabi in the universities of Haryana, the neighboring states as well as the model curriculum of UGC to make an assessment of the workload and evolve choice-based credit system.

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