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Children should be enrolled in the first class after the completion of 6 years of age - Central government order
  • Based on the new National Education Policy, the Union Ministry of Education has informed all and Union Territories about this order. The central government has implemented a new education policy across the country.
  • Since 3 to 6 years is the period of brain development, according to the recommendation of researchers that education should start after 6 years of age, in the new education policy, it is mandatory that 6 years of age should be completed to join the 1st class.
  • To achieve this vision the Department of School Education and Literacy of the Ministry of Education has written to all the States and Union Territories. In that, the enrollment age for the first class in school education should be changed beyond 6.
  • States should ensure enrollment of children in Kindergarten from 3 to 6 years, states should implement 2 years diploma course in nursery schools, states and Union Territories have been instructed.
The Prime Minister presided over the 41st Pragati Discussion Meeting
  • Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi presided over the 41st Pragati meeting today and reviewed the progress of the project work. The Prime Minister reviewed Pragati projects, an IT-based multifaceted platform for proactive management and timely implementation.
  • The Prime Minister reviewed 9 important infrastructure projects worth Rs.41,500 crore in 13 states. The Prime Minister reviewed 3 projects of the Ministry of Road Transport, 2 projects of the Ministry of Railways, one project each of the Ministry of Electricity, Coal, Petroleum and Health. 
  • These projects are being implemented in 13 states including Tamil Nadu, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. 328 projects worth Rs.15.82 lakhs have been examined in Pragati meetings held so far.
Shelly Oberoi elected as the new Mayor of Delhi Corporation
  • Elections were held last December for a total of 250 seats in the Delhi Corporation. Out of this, Aam Aadmi Party won 134 seats and won majority. BJP came second with 104 seats.
  • Accordingly, the election was held yesterday. Aam Aadmi Party candidate Shelly Oberoi has won. A total of 266 votes were cast in the poll held to elect the Mayor and Deputy Mayor. In this, AAP's Shelly Oberoi got 150 votes and BJP's Rekha Gupta got 116 votes. Subsequently, Shelley Oberoi has been selected as the Mayor of Delhi.
40-year-old Anderson is No. 1 again in Test bowling rankings
  • Anderson, who made his debut in the England team in 2003, has won the No. 1 status for the 6th time. Through this, Anderson (40 years, 207 days) has equaled the record set by Australian spin bowler Claire Grimmett at the age of 40 in 1936. He has so far played 178 Test matches and taken an amazing 682 wickets.
Union Cabinet approves extension of tenure of 22nd Law Commission
  • Legislation is usually framed at regular intervals to advise the Union Government on legislative issues and legal reforms. After a gap of about 4 years, the 22nd Law Commission was formed in 2022. Its tenure ended on the 20th.
  • In this case, the Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Modi has approved the extension of the tenure of the 22nd Law Commission till August 31 next year. Retired Karnataka High Court Chief Justice Rituraj Awasthi is the Chairman of this body.
Union Cabinet approves Air Services Agreement between India and Guyana
  • The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the signing of the Air Services Agreement between the Government of India and the Government of Guyana. This Agreement shall come into force upon the exchange of consular notifications of the completion of the procedures relating to this Agreement.
  • According to the 2012 census, 40 percent of Guyana's population is Indian. The agreement will pave the way for an air service program between the two countries. Due to developments in the aviation market and liberalization of the aviation industry in India, Air Service Agreements are being signed with various countries to establish international air connectivity. Currently no Air Services Agreement has been signed between the Governments of India and Guyana.
  • The new Air Services Agreement between India and Guyana will provide business opportunities for bilateral flights and create an environment for enhanced and seamless connectivity.
Union Cabinet approval to ratify three Protocols Article 3 BIS, Article 50(a) and Article 56 of the Chicago Convention on International Civil Aviation Agreement 1944
  • The Chicago Convention on International Civil Aviation Agreement 1944 was approved by the Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi to ratify the three protocols Article 3 BIS, Article 50 (A) and Article 56.
  • Sections defined in the Chicago Convention outline the obligations and priorities of the countries concerned. In addition, the normative clauses of the Chicago Convention encourage compliance with the standards and recommended standard practices of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
  • Over the past 78 years, the Chicago Convention treaty clauses have undergone several revisions. India ratifies these amendments from time to time. At present, the amendments to the following clauses have been approved in the Treaty resolution of the Chicago Conference.
  • Protocol to Add Article 3bis to the Chicago Convention Treaty 1944 addresses the prohibition of the use of weapons against civilian aircraft by member states. (It was signed in May 1984)
  • The Protocol addresses the amendment of Article 50(a) of the 1944 Chicago Convention to increase the strength of the International Aviation Organization (ICAO) from 36 to 40. (It was signed in October 2016)
  • An amendment to Article 56 of the Chicago Convention provides for an increase in the strength of the Civil Aviation Authority from 18 to 21. (It was signed in October 2016)
  • This approval will highlight India's commitment to the principles enshrined in the Convention on International Civil Aviation. This approval will provide better opportunities for India to participate more in international civil aviation related aspects
Parameswaran Iyer selected as CEO of World Bank
  • Parameswaran, who served as an IAS officer of the Uttar Pradesh division in 1981, has held many important responsibilities. He has more than 25 years of experience in drinking water and sanitation industry. 
  • While serving as the Chief Executive Officer of Niti Aayog, he has been selected as the Managing Director of the World Bank Headquarters in Washington, USA. He will hold this position for 3 years.
  • Presently, PVR Subramaniam, a 1987 batch retired IAS officer, has been appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of Niti Aayog.
Coastal Defence: MoU between Information Collection Centre- Indian Ocean Region, Regional Joint Operations Centre
  • An MoU has been signed between the Information Collection Center - Indian Ocean Region, Regional Joint Operations Center in Seychelles to intensify coastal security operations. This will result in improved activities such as coastal awareness, information sharing and development of sectoral expert participation between the two centres.
  • The Center for Joint Operations in the Indian Ocean under the Indian Navy was inaugurated by the Center on 22nd December 2018 at Gurugram. The coastal defense framework implemented by the Indian Ocean Authority will be jointly implemented by the Regional Joint Action Center and the National Centers of the 7 countries empowered in this regard.

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