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Prime Minister's speech on the occasion of World Skills Day

  • On the eve of World Skills Day, he said: The world of technology is undergoing tremendous changes. Accordingly, the opportunity for the talented, the resilient and the highly talented is increasing. They are in high demand. Skills are essential for the new generation that is growing.
  • India is currently moving towards a self-sufficient economy. The Autonomous India initiative, which promotes the production of all products locally, will provide opportunities for many more talented people in the years to come.
  • Skill development activities undertaken in the last 6 years are now beginning to bear fruit. Don’t stop learning as soon as you start working and earning. Only those who develop their professional skills today make progress. This is the practice worldwide.
  • Those who are capable should further develop their potential and elevate themselves as re-talented. Those who have regenerated need to take action to elevate it to a higher level of efficiency.
  • India is a country that brings talented youth to the world. 1.25 crore youth have been trained through the 'Prime Minister Kaushal Vikas Yojana' program. Only the able-bodied have excelled in their work against the corona. It is necessary to develop the potential of the youth by advancing the Autonomous India program which lays the foundation for a self-sufficient economic structure.
Floating solar power plant in Singapore
  • Singapore, a Southeast Asian country, is a small country by area. Due to lack of space and environment, a floating solar power generation project has been set up above the water level.
  • It is set up by a company called 'Cemcorp Industries'. Covering an area of ​​111.2 acres (equivalent to 45 football fields). Of this, 1.22 lakh solar panels have been used.
  • This panel will have a 25 year warranty. 'Drone' is involved in panel maintenance. 60 MW of electricity will be generated. The project will reduce carbon emissions by 32 kilotons per year. This is equivalent to the carbon emitted by 7,000 cars running on the road.
  • But the project, which will be set up above the water surface, will not be affected. 5 - 15 percent extra capacity is available. The project has no impact on wildlife and water quality.
75,000 crore GST compensation to states
  • At the 43rd GST Council meeting last May, the Union government announced that it would borrow Rs 1.59 lakh crore and disburse it to states and union territories.
  • Accordingly, the states and Union Territories yesterday disbursed Rs 75,000 crore in a single installment for the financial year 2021-22. The remaining amount will be disbursed in the second half of 2021-22, the Union Ministry of Finance said in a statement yesterday.
  • Of this, Rs 3618.50 crore has been released as GST compensation for Tamil Nadu. The maximum for the state of Karnataka is Rs. 8,542.17 crore and Rs. 6501.11 crore to Maharashtra, according to the Union Finance Ministry.
Prime Minister Modi inaugurated the Center for International Cooperation and Convention
  • Prime Minister Modi, 100-bed maternity and pediatric ward at Banaras Hindu University, multi-storey car park at Kodavulia, modern boat touring project on the Ganges River, three-lane flyovers on the Varanasi-Kazipur highway, rural drinking water projects, home garden development project among others. The plans were launched by the Prime Minister.
  • He also inaugurated the Skills and Technology Support Center of the Central Petrochemicals Engineering and Technology Center, which includes 143 rural projects under the Jal Jeevan Movement, including the Integrated Mango and Vegetable Warehousing International Cooperation and Conference Center.
Rare phenomenon in the sky
  • The rare event where the Moon, Mars and Venus appear very close is scheduled to take place on July 12th and 13th. Then there will be a gap of 0.5 degrees between Mars and Venus. Also, the Moon is visible near the planets Venus and Mars.
Bheem-UPI money transfer service in Bhutan
  • In Bhutan, Leonpo Namke Shering, Finance Minister of Bhutan, and Nimala Sitharaman, Finance Minister of Bhutan, introduced the Bheem Money Transfer Processor, which operates through UPI (Integrated Payment System).
  • Speaking on the occasion, Nimala Sitharaman said, “The Bheem-UPI service has been used extensively for digital transactions during the corona epidemic.
  • More than 10 crore UPI QO codes have been generated in the last 5 years. During the year 2020-21, 2.20 crore transactions worth Rs 41 lakh crore were transacted through Beam-UPI.

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