Virudhunagar District Nominated for National Award
- Virudhunagar, June 27 The Virudhunagar district has been selected for the first prize in the National MSME Awards – 2022 category by the Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India.
- The central government’s ‘NITI Ayog’ organization surveyed districts in various states of the country and selected 112 backward districts.
- In order to improve them, Prime Minister Modi launched the district plan to move forward in 2018. Virudhunagar district was selected.
- The Nagar District has been selected for the National Award for its contribution to the development of infrastructure, infrastructure, small and medium enterprises.
- Virudhunagar is a city and the administrative headquarter of the Virudhunagar district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
- It is located 506 km (314 mi) southwest of the state capital Chennai and 53 km (33 mi) south of Madurai.
- Virudhunagar emerged as an important trade centre during the British rule.
- It has been ruled at various times by Later Pandyas, Vijayanagar Empire, Madurai Nayaks, Chanda Sahib, Carnatic kingdom and the British. It was formerly known as Virudhupatti.
Senthil elected President of Government Doctors Association
- Senthil has been elected for the ninth time as the President of the Government Doctors ‘Association, Chennai, recognized by the Government of Tamil Nadu.
- Tamil Nadu Doctors’ Association has been functioning since 1969.
- In this association, fifteen thousand and five hundred doctors are members. Elections for union executives are held every two years.
- In this, Dr. Senthil from Madurai has been elected as the Chairman of Assange for the ninth time. Similarly, Dr. Ravi Shankar from Coimbatore has been elected as the General Secretary for the third time. With them the department wise and the executives are selected.
‘Stem Lab’ project to improve student’s learning ability
- School Director Kuldeep Surana, MLA, Karunanidhi, Minister Anparasan, District Panchayat Committee Chairman Manokaran, School Education Minister Mahesh, Panchayat Chairman Mani, School Principal Saravanan Thiagarajan, Managing Director Ashish Kumar Surana and Principal Managing Director Sunita Sudhir Surana were present on the occasion. At the public school, the ‘Stem Lab’ was opened to innovate students’ learning and enhance their thinking ability.
- The ‘Stem Lab’ was opened at Jain Public School to innovate in students’ learning and enhance their thinking ability. It was inaugurated by the Minister of School Education Mahesh.
- The backbone of the country is agriculture. But is currently in a state of decline. Jain Public School in Thirumudi Vakkom, Chennai is a pioneer in teaching the world-protecting industry directly to school children.
- Through the ‘Yatra Green Council India’ organization, students are directly involved in organic farming from sowing to harvesting.
- The school has been innovating to enhance the learning and thinking ability of the students.
- At this stage, for the first time, a ‘Stem Lab’ laboratory was opened at the school to make it easier for students to learn mathematical equations that seem difficult and complicated to understand. The laboratory was inaugurated by School Education Minister Mahesh.
Central Government Award for Government Cancer Specialist, Kanchipuram
- Balamurugan, 37, of Achchirapalli, Chengalpattu District, is an Assistant Professor at the Government Memorial Anna Memorial Cancer Research Hospital, Karapet, Kanchipuram
- The federal government on Monday honored a government doctor working as a surgeon at the Anna Memorial Cancer Hospital and the Research Ceneter in Kanchipuram with a gold medal and a certificate of appreciation.
- He has also set up a cancer counseling center called Ganga ‘Cancer Care’ near the Kanchipuram bus stand to provide easy access to the rural population in memory of his grandmother who was diagnosed with cancer.
- This is the first time in Tamil Nadu that a doctor studying in the Government Medical College and working in a government hospital has won a gold medal in the field of Oncology Surgery.
Chief Minister Stalin has published a book written by Palanivel, the founder of Gem Hospital, on surgery.
- Palanivel, Founder and President of Gem Hospital, has written a book entitled ‘Minimally Invasive Cancer Surgery’ related to surgery.
- Low-penetration treatment is a new way of performing surgery through small holes.
- The computer chip camera system provides an enlarged view, making it an excellent means of identification and surgical extraction.
- Laparoscopic surgery came to medical surgery in the 80s.
- This treatment was initially used for gallstones and later for other procedures.
- Laparoscopic was initially introduced for colon cancer and later for peripheral cancers.
- Although there are cases where cancer surgery can be performed with a much smaller incision than is usually done with open surgery, it is only done in a few centers due to the lack of trained surgeons and the availability of proper reference books for this.
- This is what inspired me to write a book. This will be a guide for surgeons who specialize in treatments performed with minimal invasion.
Ujjal Bhuyan sworn in as Chief Justice of Telangana High Court
- Hyderabad, Jun 28 (PTI) Justice Ujjal Bhuyan was sworn in as the Chief Justice of Telangana High Court in a ceremony held at Raj Bhavan here.
- Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan administered the oath of office to Justice Bhuyan.
- The Central government on June 19 appointed Justice Ujjal Bhuyan as the new Chief Justice. He succeeded Justice Satish Chandra Sharma, who was transferred to the Delhi High Court. The Supreme Court Collegium had last month recommended elevation of Justice Bhuyan, a judge of Telangana High Court, as the Chief Justice. He is also the Executive Chairman of Telangana State Legal Services Authority.
- Justice Sharma took oath as the Chief Justice on October 11, 2021. The same month Justice Bhuyan took oath as judge of Telangana High Court. He is also the Executive Chairman of Telangana State Legal Services Authority.He was appointed as Additional Advocate General, Assam in 2011. He served as a member of Gauhati High Court Bar Association, Lawyers Association, Guwahati, Bar Association of India, All India Federation of Tax Practitioners and Indian Law Institute, Assam Chapter.
- Justice Bhuyan was appointed as Additional Judge of Gauhati High Court on October 17, 2011. He was also the Executive Chairman of Mizoram State Legal Services Authority. Justice Ujjal Bhuyan was closely associated with the Judicial Academy, Assam and National Law University, Guwahati. He was transferred to Bombay High Court and took oath as judge of Bombay High Court in October 2019.
IRARC’s Avinash Kulkarni to head India Debt Resolution Company
The chief executive of India Resurgence Asset Reconstruction Company (IRARC), Avinash Kulkarni, has been selected to head the India Debt Resolution Company (IDRCL)
- “Kulkarni was selected from among a shortlist of about six candidates earlier this month. With this selection, the key executives are in place to start consolidating bad loans from banks through the NARCL,” said a person directly aware of the development.
- He joined Piramal Enterprises and Bain Capital-promoted IRARC in 2018. “He has experience in distressed asset resolution – both in SBI and also IRARC – and is an experienced banker. He was thought the best fit for the job,”Kulkarni could not be immediately reached for comments.
- He has experience in distressed asset resolution – both in SBI and also IRARC – and is an experienced banker. He was thought the best fit for the job.Kulkarni could not be immediately reached for comments.
- NARCL will now formally give banks an offer for each of these accounts which will be later put through a Swiss challenge to ensure a transparent price discovery. NARCL will acquire the assets at 15% cash with security receipts issued for the remaining 85%, for which the government has approved a five-year guarantee of ₹30,600 crore which will backstop banks in case of lower realisations.
India’s Vijay Amritraj honoured with Golden Achievement Award by ITF and International Tennis Hall of Fame
- Indian tennis great Vijay Amritraj has been named the 2021 recipient of the Golden Achievement Award by the International Tennis Hall of Fame and International Tennis Federation.
- David Haggerty, president of ITF said, “Both on and off the court, Vijay Amritraj has exemplified the spirit of the Golden Achievement Award with his numerous contributions to international tennis through his promotion of tennis and education wherever he went. In collaboration with the International Hall of Fame, we celebrate Vijay’s many accomplishments with the bestowing of this award.”
- The Golden Achievement Award is selected from a pool of nominations submitted by tennis federations and individuals from the around the world. The annual honouree is selected by the Golden Achievement Award Committee, which is comprised of tennis administrators.
- Amritraj is first recipient from India and he joins an esteemed list of tennis leaders who have received the honour, including Brian Tobin of Australia, Eiichi Kawatei of Japan, and Peachy Kellmeyer of the United States.
IRS Officer Nitin Gupta named as the new chairman of CBD
- IRS officer Nitin Gupta has been appointed as the new CBDT Chairman.
- Gupta, an Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer of the 1986 batch of the Income Tax cadre,is serving as the Member in the Board and is scheduled to retire in September next week.
- The order issued on June 25 said the “Appointments committee of the Cabinent has approved the appointment of Shri Nitin Gupta, IRS Member Central Board of Direct from the date of assumption of the post.
- Central Board of Direct Taxes founded in 1963.
- Central Board of Direct Taxes Headquarters is located in New Delhi.
International Day of the Tropics 2022
- Each year on June 29th, the International Day of the Tropics raises awareness about various challenges that tropical nations face.
- It’s also a day to celebrate the extraordinary diversity of the Tropics.
- On June 14th, 2016 the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution that declared June 29th as the International Day of the Tropics. The UN chose the date June 29th to mark the anniversary of the inaugural “State of Tropics Report.” The report was launched in 2014 by Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi from Myanmar
- The Tropical region accounts for 40 per cent of the world’s total surface area and are host to approximately 80 per cent of the world’s biodiversity and much of its language and cultural diversity. With modernization and industrialization driven by population growth in recent decades, the tropical region is facing several challenges such as climate change, deforestation, logging, urbanization, and demographic changes.
- The International Day of the Tropics celebrates the extraordinary diversity of the tropics while highlighting unique challenges and opportunities nations of the Tropics face. It provides an opportunity to take stock of progress across the tropics, to share tropical stories and expertise and to acknowledge the diversity and potential of the region.