9 September 2016 Daily Current Affairs
From Delhi to Mumbai Super- Fast Talgo train has final trial tomorrow
Talgo is a Spanish firm which makes super- light coaches. Yesterday third trail was conducted, delayed by 4 hours. Tomorrow the final trial will be organize to decide if a Spanish made train can reduce the journey between Delhi to Mumbai by 4 hours and carry the passenger to their destination at just under 12 hours. In April, nine super- light coaches manufactured by Spanish Firm Talgo, which can run on tracks by 200 km/hours. Tomorrow the train will depart from Delhi at 2:45pm and is scheduled to reach Mumbai in 11 hours and 45 minutes while running at 150 km/ hour.
To control drug consumption among the students UGC takes major steps
The University Grants Commission forethought to design drug rehabilitation programs to reduce the rising addiction of drugs among students who are new. The commission has written the letter to the vice chancellor and secretary of University Grants Commission Jaspal S Sandhu saying that University should take aggressive not only youth live a healthy life.
UGC wrote a compelling letter to the Universities, UGC mention that it is the virtuous responsibility of the university to protect the students from such illegal activities which can destroy both career and health. The ministry is planning to launch this program on the fresher day main targeting the fresher’s and they come out earlier from the beginning of the university education.
School principals go to Cambridge on training program send by AAP government
The government of Delhi is doing a much bit maintain to overcome government primary schools and the higher secondary schools in the state of Delhi. The training programs were launched for the teachers and the principals to groom their creativity and teaching efficiency. In the month of July and august government will send the 30 principal to Cambridge to interact with the student and teachers and 30 principals also attend the teaching seminars.
After the teachers return from the Cambridge, government hopes that they applied the methods and the way of learning methods and the techniques they applied that they observed in the two weeks of training in UK.
De-affiliation of the 36 schools in Bihar for non-consent
Bihar School Examination Board decided to de affiliate the 36 school of the Bihar district for not running the school in the prescribed rules and the criteria as given in the rule book.
The BSEB chairman said in a press release that the board has decided to cancel the affiliation of the 36 school and colleges which is not according to the norms of the board. The board also sends the notice to the school to give the reason to the board that they should not cancel their affiliation. The inquiry also conducts for the school which got the affiliation in the past two years.
Angelique became the world number one player in women’s single tennis
German tennis player Angelique Kerber will become world new one number one tennis player replacing the long – standing American Serena Williams when updated the ranking list on Monday. It is extremely difficult to reach at the peak of our spot and Angelique has demonstrated amazing work in the past year and she truly deserves to be the new WTA champion. She is also the oldest player to make her debut at number one.
At 186 consecutive weeks, the most recent stay number one ties the Open Era record for the most consecutive weeks at number one held by Graf. Kerber will be presented the number one trophy at the US Open.