Rajasthan Gives Reservation To Jats Under OBC Category

Rajasthan gives reservation to jats under OBC category

In Rajasthan, Jats of Dholpur and Bharatpur districts have been given reservation under the Other Backward Class (OBC) category. The State Social Justice and Empowerment department issued a notification in this regard yesterday after approval from the cabinet. It was a long pending demand of the Jat community people residing in both the districts to include them in the OBC list.

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Bloomberg|Quint launches ‘India’s Business Quotient’ initiative with top business leaders

Bloomberg|Quint, India’s premier business and financial news company, has launched an editorial initiative to mark the 70th anniversary of the country’s independence. Christened ‘India’s Business Quotient’, this initiative showcases the opinion of top thought leaders on how India can lead in the 21st century. This exclusive, by-invite series has debuted with leaders such as Martin Sorrell (CEO, WPP), Anil Agarwal (Founder & Chairman, Vedanta Resources), RS Sharma (Chairman, TRAI), Shikha Sharma (CEO, Axis Bank), Rashesh Shah (Chairman & CEO, Edelweiss Group), Rajan Anandan (VP, India & SE Asia, Google), Ronnie Screwvala (Founder, UpGrad), Nilesh Shah (MD, Kotak Asset Management). 

CSR Initiative For Vocational Training

Launch of GROZ - BECKERT ASIA (GBA) and ATDC CSR Initiative for Vocational Training at ATDC Chandigarh

Apparel Training & Design Centre (ATDC), India’s Largest Quality Vocational Training Provider for the Apparel Industry today signed an agreement with GROZ-BECKERT ASIA PVT. LTD. in order to launch the CSR Initiative for Vocational Training at ATDC Chandigarh. An agreement was signed between Ms. Gurpreet Kaur, Registrar, Academic Affairs on behalf of ATDC and Y.P Sharma ,GM ,F&A on behalf of GBA, in the kind presence of Dr. Anton Reinfelder, MD, GROZ-BECKERT ASIA PVT. LTD.

Flood In Bihar

Flood situation remains grim in Bihar

In Bihar, the flood situation still continues grim as over 96 lakh people across 12 districts are reeling under the impact of flood. The death toll in flood has risen to 91. The state government has announced an ex gratia of four lakh rupees to the next of kin of each of the deceased. 

Over 2 lakh 50 thousand people have been shifted to safer places. More than 340 relief camps have been set up in the affected areas and about one lakh people are taking shelter in these camps. Relief and rescue operations are in full swing. Besides army jawans 37 teams of the National and State Disaster Response Force teams are carrying out rescue operations.