25 October 2016 Current Affairs

Sisodia advice HRD to change its name into Ministry of Education

In a meeting with the Central Advisory Board of Education on Tuesday, Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia has appealed the Human Resource Development (HRD) to alter the HRD Ministry name into Ministry of Education. The meeting was attended by Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar.”It is unfortunate that there is no Union Education Ministry in our nation.

Manish Sisodia

We currently have an HRD ministry. The name of HRD ministry should be changed to Education Ministry as the HRD is just a part of it,” said Manish Sisodia. In the meeting, Sisodia advice for the complete removing of “no remand policy” and also suggest for the addition of RTE Act for children who did not fall into the bracket of 6 to 14 years.


Candidate file RTI against Baswan Committee

In a response to the RTI filed by some aspirants, the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) said that the Baswan Committee has submitted its report to the government in August 11 this year and further renew that no further information specific to such query can be shared at this stage. In a response to the RTI filed by some petitioners, the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) said that the Baswan Committee has submitted its report to the government in August 11 this year and further reiterated that no further information specific to such query can be shared at this stage.


IIT-K to conduct associative research on oral healthcare

“Millions of people, especially from the economically under special sections of our society, today suffer from oral and dental diseases, particularly from oral pre-cancer and cancer,” said Sardar Taranjit Singh, Managing Director, JIS Group Educational Initiatives, which runs GNIDSR. IIT Kharagpur has signed a announcement of understanding with Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology (IIEST) and Guru Nanak Institute of Dental Sciences and Research (GNIDSR) this morning to conduct associative research in the field of oral healthcare.”Millions of people, especially from the economically under special sections of our society, today suffer from oral and dental diseases, particularly from oral pre-cancer and cancer,” said Sardar Taranjit Singh, Managing Director, JIS Group Educational Initiatives, which runs GNIDSR.


WhatsApp video calling feature has finally turned into a reality

WhatsApp video calling feature has finally turned into a reality. After pulling out a beta early this year, WhatsApp is finally bringing the feature with version 2.16.316 or higher. The video calling feature is being rolled out in beta so not every one of you is going to get the feature right away but it is now evident that video calling is the next big feature from world’s most used mobile messaging platform. Back in July, we had reported how WhatsApp brought video calling option for a brief moment before pulling the plug on the feature. This time around, the feature is available via official Android Beta channel. If you are a registered WhatsApp user on Android beta channel then you already have the option to make video calls. The feature works exactly like any other video calling platform and enhance the quality of Facebook Messenger.

Updated: October 26, 2016 — 5:50 pm

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