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Department of Education Agreement with Cognizant for technical improvement in schools

  • Cognizant, the Tamil Nadu Department of School Education, has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Cognizant to strengthen the technical infrastructure in government schools, facilitate the development of technical learning resources in schools and improve the technical skills of teachers in technical and computerized schools.
  • The deal was struck in the presence of Chief Minister Stalin. Through this, Cognizant will act as the intellectual partner of the Computer Learning Development Program.
ICC Cricketer of the Year Award for February
  • The ICC has announced the ICC Cricketer of the Year award for the month of February. Shreyas has overtaken Arvind Kejriwal's Arvind Kejriwal and Deependra Singh of Nepal for the award.
  • He scored 80 and 25 in the T20 series against the West Indies last month. He also scored three consecutive fifties of 57 *, 74 * and 73 * in the three-match T20 series against Sri Lanka. Thereby winning this award.
  • New Zealand all-rounder Amelia Kerr has been named the Women's Player of the Month for February.
India 'whitewashed' Sri Lanka
  • India won the second Test of the series by 238 runs in a day-night match in Bangalore. Similarly, Bumrah took 5 wickets in the first innings. Ashwin took 4 wickets in the second innings.
  • Shreyas Iyer won the Man of the Match award in this match. The Man of the Series award was won by Indian wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pund.
Ashwin 442 - New record in Test cricket
  • In the Bangalore Test, Aswin took 6 wickets in both the innings. He overtook South Africa's Dale Steyn (439 wickets) to become the eighth highest wicket - taker in Test cricket.
  • Ashwin, who has played in 86 Tests so far, has taken 442 wickets.
MK Stalin opens Rela Institute Cancer Center at Chrompet near Chennai
  • A new Rela Institute Cancer Center has been built at Chrompet near Chennai. The launch ceremony was held yesterday. Chief Minister MK Stalin attended and inaugurated the Cancer Center. Subsequently, the Chief Minister visited the center.
Chandrasekaran elected Air India President
  • In October last year, the Tata Group won the bid to buy Air India. Tata Sons has acquired Air India for nearly Rs 18,000 crore. In this context, Chandra Sehgaran, who is currently the Chairman of Tata Sons, has been selected as the Chairman of Air India.
Global campus at Rs 5,000 crore standard: Chief Minister MK Stalin laid the foundation
  • Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin has laid the foundation stone for Standard Chartered Global Business Services' largest global campus in DLF Downtown. The IT and ITES park will cover an area of ​​6.8 million square feet and 27 acres of land in the joint venture with Ditco's Rs 50 crore investment.
  • With an investment of Rs 5,000 crore, DLF will gradually invest this amount in periods of need.
German Open Badminton - Indian player Lakshaya Sen loses
  • In the men's final of the German Open Badminton Series, Thailand's Kunlavut Vitidsarn lost 18-21, 15-21 in straight sets. Lakshya Sen suffered a setback in the final due to a foot injury.
  • Lakshya Sen, who finished second in the final, was awarded $ 6,840.
880 runs in an innings - Ranji Trophy record
  • Ranji Trophy cricket matches are held between Indian states every year. Ranji Trophy matches are currently underway. In the match between Nagaland and Jharkhand, Jharkhand scored 880 runs in 203.4 overs on the 3rd day.
  • Virat Singh 107, wicketkeeper Kumar Kushagra 266, Shahbaz Nadeem 177 scored a record. This is the 4th highest score in Ranji Cup history.
Indian batsman Rishabh Pant hits a fifty off the lowest number of balls in Test cricket
  • India were bowled out for 252 in the first innings of the second Test at Bangalore, while Sri Lanka were bowled out for 109. In this situation, today, the 2nd day, India is playing in its 2nd innings.
  • Rishabh Pant hit 7 fours and 2 sixes in 28 balls. With this, Pund broke the 40-year-old record of Kapil Dev, the Indian batsman to score a half-century off the fewest balls in Test cricket.
Asian Handball - India 'Champion'
  • In Kazakhstan, the 16th season of the Asian Junior Handball Championship for women took place. Five teams from Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Thailand, India and Iran took part.
  • Each team clashed with the other teams once in a 'round robin' manner. India beat Uzbekistan 32-31 in their first match. India lost to Iran 37-42 in the second match, beating Kazakhstan 29-21.
  • In the fourth and final match, Asathiya India defeated Thailand 41-18. In the end, the Indian team won the Asian Cup for the first time, securing the top spot with 6 points, with 3 wins in four matches and one defeat.
  • Besides, it has qualified for the 23rd World Handball Championship to be held in Slovenia on June 22-July 3. Second-placed Iran (6 points) also had the opportunity to play in the World Championships.
5 gold for India in Asian Youth Boxing
  • In Jordan, the Asian Youth and Junior Boxing Championships take place. In the women's 50kg weight category, India's Tamanna and Uzbekistan's Robyankon Bhaktiorova clashed.
  • Tamanna won the gold medal with a score of 3-2. In the women's 48kg weight category, India's Nivedita Karki defeated Uzbekistan's Saidakon Rakmonova 3-2 to clinch the gold.
  • In the other weight category finals, India's Shaheen (60kg), Ravina (63kg) and Muskan (75kg) won gold. Other Indian athletes Priyanka (66kg) and Keerthi (+81kg) lost in the final and won silver.
  • In the junior category, India's Krish Paul (46kg) and Yashwardhan Singh (60kg) won gold. Ravi Saini (48kg) and Rishabh Singh (60kg) won silver.

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