30 August Current Affairs 2016

The vocational course has began from 1st September .Delhi University has now introduce 7 new vocational courses

Now in Delhi University have 7 new courses introduce. The course is of vocational types and the registration for these courses will be start from the 1st of September. There are 50 seats available for each type of courses.The vocational course has began from 1st September .Delhi University has now introduce 7 new vocational courses

These new courses include the subjects of different fields. The subjects are available are software development in this you are trained for developing the software, printing technology in this course you are able to learn about the  graphics creation and design and the press operations and healthcare management.

Ramanujan College introduces the Bvoc courses in banking and finance services while the Kalandi College will be offering Bvoc in printing technology and web designing.

In Odisha private school asked to follow RTE (Right TO Education) guidelines in state  

Koraput Private Schools in Koraput district have to follow the guidelines issued by the RTE and get their doubts cleared if any, in district educational office .A meeting organized by the district administration in which over 80 principals of private schools participated. This meeting included the detailed information about this Act. The schools have been asked to take certain measures for the safety of children and provide the conductive atmosphere for academic activities.Apart from the 25%reservation given to economically weaker section which is mandatory under the act they should mention the detail of the teacher appointed with their qualification.

 Ibrahim Sadar appointed by the Taliban as a new Military Chief:

Taliban has appointed the new military chief as the rebel try to gain ground not peace in new leadership. They revealed that appointment of new military chief Maulvi Ibrahim Sadar, once a close friend of Taliban founder Mullah Mohammad Omar, messenger a dedication to face off at a time when multiple governments are trying to coax the Taliban to the negotiating table. Sadar is a battle-hardened commander, who gained bulge among Taliban foot soldiers following the movement’s revolution in 2001. The two officials both spoke on condition of namelessness because they were not authorized to speak publicly for the Taliban.

Blood flow to brain decreases in 10 days, when you stop Exercise

New researcher has found that by stopping the exercise for only 10 days can lead to significant decrease in blood to flow in several regions in brain including hippocampus. Hippocampus plays an important role in memory and learning and is one of the first brain regions to shrink in people with Alzheimer’s disease, if you do stop exercising for 10 days, just as you will quickly lose your cardiovascular fitness and you will also experience a decrease in blood brain flow and the researchers wanted to find out what impact does the surcease of exercise have on our brains.

WhatsApp privacy switch is inspect by European privacy regulators-

Face book’s move to unwind the privacy policy of WhatsApp, the world’s most popular mobile messaging application, will be closely inspect, the chair of Europe’s leading group of privacy regulators said on Monday. Each European authority will be following “

the changes made to WhatApp’s privacy policy with great vigilance,” CNIL, the French data protection commission, and the current chair of the G29 or Article 29 Working Party of European privacy regulators. The G29 is made up of member of the data protection authorities of each of Europe’s 28-member states, the European Data Protection Supervisor and the European Commission.

Facebook paid more than $19 billion to gain WhatsApp, an advertising-free service for pictures, sharing texts and videos with friends and acquaintances. At the time of the deal in 2014, WhatsApp founder Jan Koum promise to protect data of its users and said the deal would not affect its privacy policy.


Updated: August 30, 2016 — 6:44 pm

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