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17 November Daily Current Affairs English

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Published: November 17, 2019

17 november Daily Current affairs English

17 november Daily Current affairs English

Court President Ranjan Gogoi will retire
The chairman of the court, Ranjan Gogoi, will retire on November 17, 2019. He was sworn in as the 46th chairman of the Supreme Court of India on October 3, 2018. He replaced Judge Deepak Mishra. He served as the President of the Supreme Court of India from October 3, 2018 to November 17, 2019. His tenure was about 13 months. Judge Ranjan Gogoi is the first person from the Northeast region to become the President of the Supreme Court of the country. After him, Sharad Arvind Bobde will be the next President of the Supreme Court of India.

Justice Ranjan Gogoi

Judge Ranjan Gogoi was born on November 18, 1954, who is a resident of Assam. He is the son of former Assam Chief Minister, Keshab Chandra Gogoi. Initially he served in the High Court of Guwahati. In February 2001, he was appointed a permanent judge in Superior Court. In September 2010, he was transferred to the Superior Court of Punjab and Haryana, where in February 2011 he was appointed as the President of the Supreme Court. He was appointed a member of the Supreme Court of India in April 2012.

"Nishtha" program launched for teacher training in Jammu and Kashmir
The "loyalty" program was recently launched in Jammu and Kashmir. The National Initiative on School Head and Teachers Holistic Advancement is the world's largest teacher training program.

 

National initiative on overall progress of principals and teachers
A website, a training module, an introduction manual and a mobile application are also available for the "loyalty" initiative.

Mobile applications and learning management systems will be used to register people and teachers. Monitoring, mentoring and evaluation of progress will be done through this application. It is based on MOODLE (Dynamic Object Oriented Learning Environment). It has been developed by NCERT.

More than 42 lakh teachers across the country will receive training. Under this program, training will be provided to teachers, principals of primary school and members of the State Council for Training and Training in Education.

 

The winter session of Parliament will begin on 18 November.
Discussion was held at the meeting of the Committee on Parliamentary Affairs (CCPA) to call the winter session of Parliament. The winter session of Parliament began on 18 November this year. This session will attempt to pass citizenship law, juvenile justice law, private data protection law.

Parliamentary Affairs Committee Calculator (CCPA)
The Opposition Parliamentary Affairs Committee (CCPA) is one of the 6 Committees of the Opposition, which monitors the progress of the government's work in Parliament. It is chaired by the Union interior minister. There are five other opposing committees: Counter Committee on Political Affairs, Counter Committee on Economic Affairs, Counter Committee on Security, Housing Committee and Appointments Committee. These five committees are headed by the head.

 

National Press Day: 16 November
National Press Day is celebrated on 16 November to commemorate the establishment of the 1966 Press Council of India in India. The day was started by the Press Council of India.

 

Press Council of India
The Press Council of India was established on 4 July 1966. It is a legal and quasi-judicial institution. The Press Council of India guarantees independent work and high standards of press in India. And it also ensures that the press in India is not affected by any external reason. This is necessary to maintain a healthy democracy.

Andhra Pradesh launches 'nadu-nedu' program
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy recently launched the 'Nadu-Nedu' program, which aims to rejuvenate government schools and turn them into competitive institutions.

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Under this program, infrastructure in government schools will be improved and skill development will be emphasized. Clean environment, drinking water, furniture, slate, toilets, etc. will be guaranteed. In schools.

In the first phase, the program will be implemented in 15,715 schools. All schools will be covered in the next three years.

A budget of Rs 12,000 crore has been kept for this scheme. 3,500 million rupees will be spent on infrastructure development in the first year. Under this program, English medium will start from class 1 to class 6.

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