India’s Pranab Prashant Desai won the gold medal in the World Para-Athletics Grand Prix event


1.Dennis Parnell Sullivan wins 2022 Abel Prize

American mathematician Dennis Parnell Sullivan has won the Abel Prize 2022 . The prize also includes prize money which is equivalent to 7 million NOK (Norwegian krone) . He received this award for his contributions to topology, especially its geometric, algebraic and dynamical aspects. Topology is a field of mathematics that considers two things of different forms to be identical if they can be distorted into each other. Topology is a new field of mathematics as it was born in the late 19th century. The King of Norway presents the Abel Prize and it is given annually to a person who has done remarkable work in the field of mathematics. The prize is named after Niels Henrik Abel, a famous Norwegian mathematician.

2.Admission in Central University colleges will not be on 12th number, Common Entrance Test from this year

Common University Entrance Test (CUET) or Central University Common Entrance Test (CUCET) is an entrance test which is computerized. Under this exam, a candidate’s class 12 marks will not matter. Class 12 marks can only be used by the university as a criteria for eligibility . This exam will be conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) in the first week of July.will be organized by In the first week of April, the application window will be opened to apply for this exam. After this exam, NTA will prepare a merit list based on which admission will be given. Recently, the trend of too high cut-off marks in central universities like Delhi University’s 100% cut-off will be done away with. Because class 12 marks will no longer be a key to take admission in a central university.

3.India has 63 of the world’s 100 most polluted cities: 2021 World Air Quality Report

The 2021 World Air Quality Report has been prepared by a Swiss organization “ IQAir ”. According to this report, New Delhi is the most polluted capital city in the world for the fourth year in a row . Apart from this , 63 of the world’s 100 most polluted cities are in India . Bhiwadi, Rajasthan top the list of most polluted cities followed by Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh . 14 other cities from Uttar Pradesh have also been included in this list and they are Ghaziabad, Lucknow, Meerut, Kanpur, Amroha, Agra, Varanasi, Jaunpur, Greater Noida and Noida. These cities have increased the PM2.5 limit of 0-5 micrograms per cubic meter by more than 10 to 15 times. According to this report, around the worldNot a single country has managed to meet the WHO’s air quality standard in 2021 . Bangladesh most polluted countrywas followed by Chad, Pakistan and Tajikistan. India was the fifth most polluted country. WHO’s September 2021 guidelines state that acceptable air quality should be between 0-5 g/m3 with PM2.5 concentration levels. However, all the cities in this report have PM2.5 levels at least 10 times higher than the permissible limit. The report is based on PM2.5 air quality data from 6,475 cities in 117 regions and countries around the world. The data that was used to create this newly released report was generated from thousands of regulatory air quality monitoring stations, organized by non-profit organizations, governments, educational facilities, research institutions, civilian Run by scientists and companies.

4.India’s first SAI National Center of Excellence for Mountain Terrain Biking and Bicycle Motocross to be set up in Shimla

India’s first SAI (SAI) National Center of Excellence to train athletes in Mountain Terrain Biking and Bicycle Motocross in association with Union Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports and Department of Youth Services & Sports , Government of Himachal Pradeshready for installation. The NCOE is being set up to provide world-class training facilities to India’s cyclists, so that they can compete for 18 Olympic medals in MTB and BMX. At an altitude of 2000 meters above sea level, one of the highest altitude training facilities in the world, the center will have world-class infrastructure, a state-of-the-art sports science high performance center, Olympic-class track and international-class coaches, making it one of the best places in India. The best cyclists and local sports talent will be able to take training.

5.Indian Embassy in Argentina introduces Yoga to the Argentine Police

The Indian Embassy in Argentina has introduced Yoga to the Argentine Police . Ambassador Dinesh Bhatia and Argentine Police Chief Juan C Hernandez jointly inaugurated the Yoga Capacity Project for Physical and Mental Health of Police Officers .

6.C-DOT honored with Voice and Data Excellence Award at the 21st edition of Telecom Leadership Forum

Center for Development of Telematics (C-DOT) , the flagship Telecom Research & Development Center of the Department of Telecommunications , Ministry of Communications , Government of India has been felicitated at the 21st edition of Telecom Leadership Forum , a conference on ” Era of Convergence ” . Indigenously designed and developed standardized “C-DOT Common Service Platform (CCSP)” based on OneM2M (One Machine to Machine) standard for IoT applications in a virtual manner by Voice and Data organized on 22 March 2022 .

7.India successfully test-fired super sonic cruise missile-Brahmos surface-to-surface

India has successfully test -fired surface-to-surface supersonic cruise missile BrahMos in Andaman and Nicobar . The extended range missile succeeded in hitting its target 100%. Air Chief Marshal VR ChoudharyCongratulations on the successful test-fire of BrahMos missile. The long-range version of the BrahMos cruise missile was successfully test-fired by the Indian Navy in the first week of March. This improved version of BrahMos also destroyed its target with perfect accuracy. In January, a new version of BrahMos was successfully test fired off the Odisha coast at Balasore. This test missile was equipped with various new technological developments. BrahMos is a mid-range ramjet supersonic cruise missile developed by India’s DRDO and Russia’s NPO Mashinostroyeniya. The missile is named after two major rivers of Russia and India. That is, the Brahmaputra and Moscow. This missile can be launched from surface warships, submarines, aircraft and also from the ground. It is one of the fastest supersonic cruise missile in the world.

8.Kerala becomes first state to introduce carbon-neutral farming methods

Kerala is set to become the first state in the country to introduce carbon-neutral farming methods in selected locations . The state government has allocated Rs 6 crore in the budget of 2022-23 for this project . In the first phase, carbon neutral farming will be implemented in 13 farms. The state will convert the state seed farm at Aluva into a carbon neutral farm . In the second phase, model carbon-neutral farms will be developed in all 140 assembly constituencies.

9.Finance Minister Sitaraman said that after the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, the incidents of terrorism decreased

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaraman has said that after the abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution, action is being taken on terrorist incidents in Jammu and Kashmir and democracy and economic opportunities are reaching the people. Responding to the discussion on Union Territory budget, the Finance Minister said that the incidents of terror in Jammu and Kashmir have come down drastically and investment and employment opportunities have increased .

10.Government aims to open one thousand Khelo India Centers across the country

The government has set a target of opening one thousand Khelo India Centers to promote sports across the country . Nisith Pramanik , Minister of State for Sports and Youth Affairs, while answering supplementary questions in the Rajya Sabha, said that the government wants to achieve this target by 2024 . He said that projects worth more than two thousand crore rupees have been started for the creation of sports infrastructure . Appreciating the Lakshya Olympic Podium Scheme , Shri Pramanik said that under this scheme health facilities, sports equipment and coach support have been provided to better train the players for international sporting events.

11.Wings India 2022 launched at Hyderabad’s Begumpet Airport

The famous air show i.e. civil aviation event Wings India 2022 has started at Begumpet airport in Hyderabad . The Union Ministry of Civil Aviation and Confederation of Industry FICCI jointly organized this biennial airshow as part of the celebrations to mark 75 years of the country’s independence . Its theme is – New Horizons for the Aviation Industry . Wings India will play a vital role in synergizing policy making and addressing the concerns of the civil aviation sector stakeholders.

12.Narsingpettai Nagaswarm of Tamil Nadu gets Geographical Identity Tag

Narasingapettai Nagaswaram has been accorded Geographical Indication Tag under the category of Class 15 Musical Instruments . Narasimhapettai Nagaswaram is a classical wind musical instrument traditionally made in a village near Kumbakonam, Tamil Nadu. On behalf of Thanjavur Musical Instruments Workers Co-operative Cottage Industrial Society Limited, the application for obtaining GI tag was filed by Tamil Nadu’s nodal officer for GI registration of products.

13.The 5th edition of Pariksha Pe Charcha will be held on 1st April at Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi.

The fifth edition of Pariksha Pe Charcha will be held on April 1 this year at the Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi . The Education Ministry said that during this time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with the students and share his thoughts on how to overcome exam stress . Exam Pe Charcha is a program of mutual dialogue. In this, students, parents and teachers living in India and abroad interact with the Prime Minister on how to overcome the stress caused by examinations to celebrate life as a festival. School students, teachers and parents of classes 9 to 12 will be selected through an online competition to participate in the programme.

14.Financial assistance has been sanctioned to Indian swimmers to participate in various competitions this year

Financial assistance to Indian swimmers to participate in various competitions this year has been approved through the Union Sports Ministry ‘s Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS) and Training and Competition Annual Calendar (ACTC) scheme . The assistance has been sent to Sajan Prakash, Srihari Natraj, Mana Patel and Kenisha Gupta after approval from the Mission Olympic Cell (MOC) . Sajan and Srihari are currently part of the TOPS Core Group, while Mana and Kenisha are from the TOPS Development Group.

15.India’s Pranab Prashant Desai won the gold medal in the World Para-Athletics Grand Prix event

Pranab Prashant Desai won the first gold medal for India in the 2022 World Para-athletics Grand Prix event held in Dubai . He won the men’s 200 meters race in the T-64 final . Former FAJA Championship gold medalist Pranav Desai completed the race in 24:4-2 seconds.

16.President Ram Nath Kovind addresses Gujarat Legislative Assembly in Gandhinagar

President Ram Nath Kovind addressed the Gujarat Legislative Assembly and praised the contribution of the people and leaders of the state in the progress of the country. For the first time a President addressed the state assembly . The event was part of the ‘ Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav ‘ to celebrate 75 years of the country’s independence . Gujarat Assembly Speaker Nimaben Acharya said that we are proud that President Kovind has accepted the invitation to address the House during the celebrations of ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’. The President will present the Presidential Flag to the Indian Naval Ship INS ‘ Valsura ‘ at a ceremony in Jamnagar .

17.Thokchom Satyabrata elected Speaker of Manipur Legislative Assembly by voice vote

Shri Thokchom Satyabrata , Senior Leader of Bharatiya Janata Party and MLA from Yayskul Assembly Constituency in Manipur , has been elected Speaker of the 12th Legislative Assembly by voice vote. The three-day session of the 12th Legislative Assembly began. Mr. Satyabrata was a minister in several ministries, including revenue, during the previous BJP government in the state. Manipur Chief Minister N. Viren Singh and the opposition leaders have congratulated Mr. Satyabrata on being elected the Speaker by voice vote.

18.MoU signed between NHAI/NHLML, NHIDCL and Ministry of Tourism to develop roadside facilities

Union Minister of Road Transport & Highways Shri Nitin Gadkari along with Union Minister Shri G Kishan Reddy and Union Minister of State Shri Shripad Naik witnessed the signing of MoU between NHAI/NHLML , NHIDCL of Ministry of Road Transport & Highways and Ministry of Tourism . This is an important MoU. It will leverage the expertise of the Ministry of Tourism and the Tourism Development Corporation of India (ITDC) in developing Way-Side Amenities (WSAs) at tourist destinations and view-points . ThisWill enable National Highway Logistics Management Limited (NHLML) to create world class Way-side Amenities (WSAs) at tourist destinations in all North Eastern States.

19.Dr. Jitendra Singh announces launch of data-driven research to end TB – “Dare2eraD TB” by Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science & Technology on the occasion of World TB Day

The Union Minister of Science, Dr. Jitendra Singh , on the occasion of World TB Day , announced the launch of “ DaretoReadTB ” data-driven research to eliminate TB by the Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology . The Department of Biotechnology , Ministry of Science and Technology also has international partnerships for TB research. Indo -US Vaccine Action Program (VAP) to advance Tuberculosis (TB) research in IndiaRegional Prospective Observational Research in Tuberculosis (REPORT) India Initiative, a bilateral collaborative effort under the aegis of the The Department has launched a flagship network program on “MDR-TB in North East India: A Genomic Driven Approach” involving 22 NER Institutes from 8 States and 14 other institutions.

20.Indo-German Science and Technology Center (IGSTC) signs MoU with Tata Steel

A new MoU and intent in public-private partnership (PPP) format to promote science and technology -led innovations through Indo-German R&D networking (Indo-German R&D networking) including industrial research partnership Letter of Understanding (LOI) has been signed. Bilateral Indo-German Science and Technology Center (IGSTC) through MoU with Tata Steel LimitedA partnership has been established between the two countries that will establish a joint collaborative research and innovation (R&I) framework to facilitate the development of new technologies and support human capital development as well as holding thought leadership workshops. IGSTC has been established by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The collaboration with Tata Steel Limited will focus on technology development for globally relevant technology and climate change innovation areas, greening of the industrial sector, emerging technologies in new materials, joint research and innovation for emerging technologies, and scaling-up .

21.Army Chief presents Presidential Flag to the troops of Dogra Regiment

The Chief of Army Staff , General MM Naravane , during a traditional flag presentation parade held at the Dogra Regimental Center in Faizabad , Uttar Pradesh on March 24, 2022 , honoring the two battalions of the Dogra Regiment i.e. 20 Dogra and 21 Dogra with the prestigious ‘Flag presented by the President. ‘ Presented.

22.Ministry of Education will conduct Foundational Learning Study to get direct information about the learning situation at the basic level of learning

The Ministry of Education will conduct a ‘ Foundational Learning Study  to get a direct idea of ​​the learning status of the students at the basic level of learning (end of Class III ). The study will be the first of its kind in the world as it aims to set standards for reading comprehension in 22 Indian languages . Foundational Learning Study will be conducted by NCERT in all the States and Union Territories in the sampled schools for four days i.e. from March 23 to March 26, 2022. Around 10000 schools and one lakh students are expected to participate in this study. The specific objectives of basic teaching studies are as follows:

  • To undertake a comprehensive assessment of basic education of Class III students to lay the groundwork for Nipun Bharat Mission
  • Establishing standards of proficiency in reading comprehension with comprehension for each of the languages ​​being assessed under this study
  • Providing data for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 4.1.1 (Including aspects of Basic Literacy and Numeracy)

The ‘Foundational Learning Study’ will be able to set standards for children to read with comprehension in various Indian languages ​​at the Class-III level. The study will assess the ability to read age-appropriate text, known and unknown, at a certain pace, accurately and with comprehension, and basic numerical skills, and will form the basis for the Nirvana Bharat goals.

23.Kuwait becomes the hottest place on earth, record 53.2 degree Celsius

Kuwait reached a hot temperature of 53.2 °C (127.7 °F) , making it one of the hottest places on Earth . It was so hot last summer in Kuwait that the birds died in the sky. The sea horses died by boiling in the bay. Dead clams coated the rocks, their shells open as if they had been boiled. According to the World Resources Institute , the country continues to burn oil for electricity and ranks among the top global carbon emitters per capita. Demand for renewable energy is less than 1 percent – ​​well below Kuwait’s target of 15 percent by 2030.

24.Haryana’s Anti-Conversion Bill

The Haryana Legislative Assembly has passed the ” Haryana Prevention of Conversion Bill, 2022 “. According to the Haryana government, the aim of this bill is to prevent conversion through force. This bill has been brought to prevent conversion of any person under the guise of force, fraudulent means, inducement or marriage. Similar bills have also been passed in Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh. The bill was first introduced on March 4. The state government has said that a person who converts freely will not be punished under this new bill, but this bill will try to save a person from forced conversion. According to this bill, if the conversion is done by force, inducement or fraudulent means, then the person responsible for such acts shall be punished with imprisonment of one to five years and shall be fined a minimum of Rs 1 lakh.

25.NASA confirms 5000 extraterrestrials

NASA has discovered 65 new planets outside Earth’s solar system . After this new discovery, the total number of extraterrestrials discovered so far has increased to more than 5000 . Some of these discovered planets are Earth-like. These newly discovered 65 planets have marked a milestone in space exploration. These 65 newly discovered planets will be studied to detect the presence of microbes, water, gases or even life on the planet’s surface. According to astronomers, the Milky Way Galaxy is home to billions of such planets and there are so many galaxies in space. The James Webb Space Telescope has captured an image showing thousands of galaxies and the possibility that each of them may contain an Earth-like planet that we may not know about yet. .

26.Biomass fuel to be used in coal based power plants

Blending of biomass pellets has been made mandatory by the Ministry of Power . Revised Policy for Biomass Utilization for power generation Through Co-firing in Coal-based Power Plants released on 8th October 2021Under this, biomass pellets will be made mainly from agricultural residues along with coal. Thermal power plants in the country have been directed to use a 5% blend of biomass pellets which are mainly made from agricultural residues with coal. The blending percentage will be increased to 7% from two years from the date of issue of this order and thereafter. Biomass pellet is a kind of biomass fuel which is very popular. These pellets are mostly made from agricultural biomass, wood waste, forestry residues, commercial grasses etc. These pellets not only help in saving the cost of storage and transportation, but also help in facilitating cost-effective operation of the biomass pellets. tuberculosis day

World Tuberculosis Day is celebrated across the world on 24 March every year . The primary purpose of this day is to raise awareness of the harm caused by tuberculosis / tuberculosis to health, society and economy and to accelerate the efforts being made to prevent this global epidemic. It is noteworthy that in the year 1882, World Tuberculosis Day is celebrated every year in the memory of Dr. Robert Koch , who discovered Tuberculosis (TB) bacteria , on 24 March 1882, Dr. Robert Koch discovered TB bacteria. Had it. Tuberculosis is one of the deadliest communicable diseases in the world. TB or Tuberculosis is caused by bacteria (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) which most commonly affects the lungs .According to the World Health Organization (WHO) statistics, a total of 1.4 million people died due to tuberculosis (TB) worldwide in the year 2019 alone. Thus, tuberculosis is one of the leading 10 causes of death worldwide. ‘ Invest to end TB. Save Lives ‘ ( Invest to End TB. Save Lives ) is the theme of World Tuberculosis Day in the year 2022.

28.March 24: Raising Day of the Assam Rifles

Assam Rifles Raising Day is celebrated on 24 March . This time the 187th Raising Day of Assam Rifles is being celebrated. The Assam Rifles is the oldest paramilitary force in India. It started in 1835 under the British Raj .Had happened. It is the only paramilitary force Assam Rifles with a dual control structure. This means that it is controlled by the Indian Army, while its salaries and infrastructure are provided by the Ministry of Home Affairs. At present, Assam Rifles has 46 battalions with a sanctioned strength of 65,143 personnel. The Assam Rifles has served in several conflicts, including the First World War, where the Assam Rifles served in the Middle East and Europe. Whereas in World War II the Assam Rifles mainly served in Burma. It is the oldest paramilitary force in the country, it was started in 1835. The motto of the Assam Rifles is Sentinels of the North East.

29.24 मार्च : International Day for Achievers

International Day for Achievers is observed every year on 24 March to celebrate the achievers and their strong sense of purpose and self-confidence. Achievers are people who set goals and do everything possible to reach the set goals. Achievers can belong to any field whether it is arts, science, sports, education, health or social work. The aim of the International Day for Achievers 2022 is to encourage everyone to be an achiever, someone who perseveres until they achieve their goals and dreams.

30.International Day for the Right to Truth and the Dignity of the Victims: 24 March

The United Nations has declared 24 March as the International Day for the Right to the Truth concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims every year. recognized for. The purpose of this day is to pay tribute to those who have dedicated or lost their lives in the struggle to promote and protect human rights for all. The day is celebrated every year on 24 March to pay tribute to “Monsignor scar Arnulfo Romero ” (” Monsignor scar Arnulfo Romero “), who was assassinated on 24 March 1980. that el salvadoractively engaged in criticizing human rights violations of persons considered the most vulnerable or inferior.