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Chief Minister M. K. Stalin inaugurated the 'Industry 4.0' technology centers
  • On behalf of the Labor Welfare Department, Chief Minister M. K. Stalin inaugurated ``Industry 4.0'' technology centers built at a cost of Rs. 762.30 crore in 22 government ITIs at the Oragadam Government Vocational Training Institute (ITI), Chennai.
  • Also, Muvalur Ramamirtham Ammaiyar gave debit cards to 5 female students studying in government ITIs under the New Women Scheme, which provides a monthly scholarship of Rs. Apart from this, he also provided Tamil language textbooks to the students.
  • The Tamil Nadu government is taking steps to convert 71 government ITIs into high technology centers at a cost of Rs.2,877 crore. In these centers, in association with Tata Technologies, the students will be provided with modern skill training including robotics, industrial automation by installing machinery, equipment, tools and software with new technologies. 20 international organizations are cooperating for this.
  • In the first phase, Chief Minister M.K.Stalin inaugurated the technical centers in 22 government ITIs in Kanchipuram and Chengalpattu districts at a cost of Rs.762.30 crore through video.
Nuclear-armed missile 'Agni Prime' successfully test-fired
  • Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has successfully test-fired a modern nuclear-capable missile, 'Agni Prime', from the Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Island off the coast of Odisha.
  • This night test is being conducted for the first time before inducting into the Army to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the process of such missiles, which have already been fired three times on a test basis. 
  • Radar, telemetric, electronic fiber optic tracking systems were installed at various points along the missile's trajectory. Senior officers of the Defense Research and Development Organization and the Commanders of the Defense Forces have visited this successful nuclear-armed missile test.
5 Major Decisions taken by the Central Government to implement Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi's Vision of Prosperity through Partnership
  • In order to implement Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi's vision of “Prosperity through Partnership”, the Central Government has taken five more important decisions. These decisions were taken at a meeting in New Delhi in which Union Home and Cooperatives Minister Mr. Amit Shah and Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers Mr. Mansukh Mandaviya participated. Senior officials from Ministry of Cooperatives and Fertilizers Department also participated in this meeting.
  • Five key decisions taken at this meeting were:
  • Around one lakh primary agricultural credit cooperatives across the country will be gradually encouraged to act as fertilizer retailing organisations.
  • Primary Agricultural Credit Co-operative Societies which are not currently functioning as Prime Minister's Agricultural Resource Centers will be brought under this ambit.
  • Primary Agricultural Credit Cooperative Societies will be linked to organic fertilizer market.
  • Under the Market Development Assistance Scheme of the Fertilizers Department, Primary Agricultural Credit Co-operative Societies will also be included as Wholesale/Retail Organisations.
  • Start-up agricultural credit cooperatives will be engaged as drone entrepreneurs for fertilizer and pesticide spraying. Drones can also be used to survey assets.
  • These results will increase the revenue of primary agricultural credit cooperative societies. Also employment will increase in rural areas. Also, farmers can get fertilizers, pesticides, seeds, agricultural implements etc. at the local level.
First India-France-UAE maritime cooperation exercise
  • The first India-France-UAE Maritime Cooperation Exercise 2023 began on June 7 in the Gulf of Oman. India's INS Dikash, France's Sargoff ship, Rafale fighter jet and UAE Navy's patrol aircraft are involved in the exercise.
  • The first two-day joint exercise is aimed at expanding cooperation between the navies of the three countries. It will also lead to measures to counter traditional and non-traditional threats to the maritime domain. It will enhance cooperation in ensuring maritime trade and facilitate free navigation in the waters of the region.
Ministry of Coal issued mining orders for 22 coal mines
  • The Union Ministry of Coal today issued orders for 22 coal mines under the Commercial Coal Mining Auction. Of the 22 coal mines, eleven mines are covered under the Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Act, 2015. 
  • The remaining mines are covered under the Mines, Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957. Sixteen coal mines are fully explored mines. Six mines are partially explored.
  • The combined peak value capacity of the 22 coal mines is 53 million tonnes per annum. Annual income from these mines is Rs. 9,831 crore will be available. Investments to the tune of Rs 7,929 crore will be attracted. This will directly and indirectly provide employment to around 71,467 people.
  • With the handover of these 22 coal mines, the Ministry of Coal has awarded a total of 73 coal mines under commercial bidding. This will generate an annual income of Rs 23,097.64 crore to the state governments. 2,01,847 people will get employment directly and indirectly.

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