Thursday, 16 June 2016

Current Affairs Capsule for SBI PO and Clerk Exam 2016; Part- 3

Dear mm expert readers. Today we are here with your most awaiting article Current Affairs Capsule for SBI PO and Clerk Exam 2016; Part- 3. You know that we have already presented Part-1 and Part-2. You read this capsule and prepare better for SBI PO and SBI Clerk Exam 2016. You stay tuned with mm team for getting latest updated PDF capsule and digest for your Upcoming Bank Jobs Exams in 2016.


Capsule (1) : Yes Bank has received a ‘Custodian of Securities’ licence from the markets regulator SEBI to allows the entity to offer custodial services to financial market participants, including FIIs and FPIs.



Capsule (2) : SBI has launched ‘Japan Desk’, a single window for inbound Japanese investments in India and vice-versa. 


Capsule (3) : ICICI Bank Announced a new mobile payment solution Touch and Pay. This is based on Near Field Communication (NFC) technology.


Capsule (4) : Union Bank of India launched eSBTR (Electronic Secured Bank Treasury Receipt), a facility for a single window payment facility of both stamp duty and registration fee for home purchase in Maharashtra.


Capsule (5) : India Post selected Deloitte as consultant for payments bank.


Capsule (6) : According to the Union Railway Minister, Suresh Prabhu, the first bullet train will run in India in 2023


Capsule (7) : The Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities will now be known as 'Divyangjan' Sashaktikaran Vibhag in Hindi and dropped the word 'viklangjan'.


Capsule (8) : Term 'CCEA' stand for- Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs 


Capsule (9) : Google Won a major US court battle with software firm Oracle.


Capsule (10) : Google Acquired a business technology start-up 'Synergyse'.


Capsule (11) : Asian Games gold medalist Charles Borromeo resigned from the post of head of the Tata Steel sports department.


Capsule (12) : Recent New Appointments:

1. Sarbananda Sonowal CM, Assam,
2. Pinarayi Vijayan CM, Kerala
3. Mamata Banerjee CM, West Bengal
4. Kiran Bedi Lieutenant Governor, Puducherry
5. V Narayanaswamy CM of Puducherry
6. Ashok Lavasa Finance Secretary
7. Justice Navin Sinha CJ Of Rajasthan HC
8. Justice Deepak Gupta Chief Justice Of Chhattisgarh High Court
9. Justice Tinlianthang Vaiphei Chief Justice of Tripura High Court
10. Hindupur Pradeep Rao Deputy CAG
11. Atma Ram Nadkarni Additional Solicitor General
12. Dr. Radha Binod Barman Part-time Chairperson in the National Statistical Commission (NSC)
13. Justice PK Mishra Lokayukta of Goa.
14. Justice Balbir Singh Chauhan Chairperson, 21st Law Commission.
15. NK Aggarwal Lokayukta of Haryana


Capsule (13) : Dadasaheb Phalke Film Foundation Award 2016 in best actress category - Priyanka Chopra


Capsule (14) : Dhyan Chand Lifetime Achievement Award Late Captain Shankar Laxman



Capsule (15) : FBB Femina Miss India World 2016 Priyadarshini Chatterjee


Capsule (16) : 2016 Abel Prize British mathematician Sir Andrew Wiles



Capsule (17) : Maritime India Summit 2016 Mumbai



Capsule (18) : India distributed scholarships to over 800 Bangladeshi students under the 'Mukti jodha Scholarship Scheme'.


Capsule (19) : President Pranab Mukherjee has inaugurated an Intelligent Operations Centre (IOC) in Rashtrapati Bhavan. The IOC is a software solution designed by IBM.


Capsule (20) : The Indian Railways is all set to conduct trial of its first solar panel-powered train in Rajasthan's Jodhpur city. 


Capsule (21) : PM Narendra Modi has launched the country's first solar powered e-boats at the Assi Ghat in the river Ganga, Varanasi. 



Capsule (22) : PM Narendra Modi launched the pilot of e-NAM, the etrading platform for the National Agriculture Market, for the farmers. The initiative will usher in transparency which will greatly benefit the farmers. 


Capsule (23) : NITI Aayog chaired by Vice Chairman Dr Arvind Panagariya launched the Urban Management Programme in Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.


Capsule (24) : Rajasthan State Assembly passed the Rajasthan Urban LAND (Certification of Titles) Bill, 2016. With this, Rajasthan also became the first state to bring and pass a land title bill.


Capsule (25) : Madhya Pradesh is going to have its first Indo Tibetan Border Police weapon training centre at Batiagarh, Damoh.


Capsule (26) : In Bengaluru, South India’s first underground metro services flagged off at East-West corridor (Purple Line) of BMRCL (Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited).


Capsule (27) : Haryana Govt. decided to rename Gurgaon as Gurugram and Mewat as Nuh.


Capsule (28) : Haryana has become the first state in India to launch injectable contraceptives as a family planning measure across all Govt. healthcare facilities.


Capsule (29) : Maharashtra Governor C Vidyasagar Rao launched Adi Praman, a web-based application. With this, Maharashtra became the first state to provide caste validity certificates online. 


Capsule (30) : Gujarat Govt. decided to set up country’s first university focusing on organic farming. 



Capsule (31) : Gujarat Govt. announced 10% reservation for economically backward classes (EBCs) in general category. EBCs in the upper castes, include Patidars, with a family income cap of 6 lakh Rs. a year can avail the benefit.



Capsule (32) : Delhi Govt. launched PoochhO Carpool app to help people explore carpooling options during 15 day Odd-even Scheme.


Capsule (33) : Delhi became the first state in the country to launch the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine as a public health programme for school children.


Capsule (34) : Kerala declared first digital state of India by President Pranab Mukherjee.


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