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AICTE frees courses from certificate learning to job training of 5 companies
The MHRD and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) have freed courses ranging from certificate learning to job training for students in lockdown. 41 courses from 13 companies are available for students on the website of National Education Alliance for Technology (NEET).
Five of these have been freed, although students will have to register for them by April 15. There are advanced and modern online training courses on this website. There are 50 thousand active users.
E box -Apart from IT skills, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Python, Java there are courses in IOT in Electronic Engineering, Digital Circuit Design, Embedded Systems besides Technical English and Maths. Whose fees were 6 thousand.
Talent Rank -It is an artificial intelligence based certification system. The fee of which was two thousand. Apart from these, 100 days course can be done on English Speak Learning App, which costs 1100. There is 700 fees of Perfect Job and 1450 of Perfect Career Path Navigator.
So far, more than 50 thousand registrations have been done. Some courses have been made free due to Corona. On the other hand, free coupons of 25 percent of the courses which are paid are given as scholarship to the needy children. In these courses, the content is inserted after getting examined by various subject experts of India. - Pro. MP. Poonia, Vice Chairman, AICTE
These are non-linear learning courses. There are platforms to teach according to the ability of the student. Every student has personal mentoring. - Puneet Sharma, Education Expert
Six arrested hiding in ambulance...
Six arrested hiding in ambulance, family caught in flour supply vehicle in Jaipur
Despite the prohibition during lock down due to Corona crisis, its violations continue. In many districts of the state, people are stealing on the streets in secret or violating lock down. At the same time, the police is also strictly dealing with such people. Meanwhile, in Churu district of Rajasthan, the Ratan Nagar police station on Sunday arrested six men who were going to roam Bikaner hiding in an ambulance of Haryana number. At the same time, in Jaipur, on Monday, the driver caught a family hiding under the pretext of supplying flour. This action was done by Adarsh Nagar ACP Pushpendra Singh Rathore.
Churu SP Tejaswini Gautam said that Ratannagar Police Officer Lunkaran Singh and the police team were seen coming in an ambulance of Haryana number during the blockade at NH 52 Untawalia intersection. Then the police stopped him to check. Then six youths were seen hiding in an ambulance. Sitting in an ambulance, these people were going to travel from Ambala Cantt to Panchu, Bikaner. The police then arrested six youths. SP said that among the arrested accused, Rajneesh (36) Ambala Cantt District Patiala Punjab, Bhomaram Jat (28) Sadhuna police station Panchu district Bikaner, Chetan Jat (22) Nokha, Bikaner and Hariram Jat (22), Jagdish Jat (23) and Haraman Ram Jat (40) hails from Panchu tehsil, district Bikaner.
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Flowers worth lakhs ruined...
The situation with the lockdown in the whole country is that everyday life is neither on track nor any work is going on. It seems as if life has stopped like life. The lockdown that began after the Corona virus has affected people's everyday lives as well as farming. At such a time, the crisis has also come on those farmers who cultivate flowers. Those sellers have suffered even more from them, who buy flowers from farmers from different parts of the state and sell them in the Koyambedu market. Millions of flowers are being ruined due to the lockdown. Farmers in Koyambedu Market are unable to sell flowers and are forced to throw away.
Millions of rupees per day are sold in different mandis of the state, including jasmine, rose and marigold, from the other districts of Thiruvallur, Salem, Hosur, Tamil Nadu, to Koyambedu Market. Farmers as well as flower sellers are also suffering due to the Corona effect. This worries them about daily expenses to EMI.
The president of Koyambedu Hallsell Flowers Market Merchant said that the sale of flowers has been reduced by 50 percent due to the lockdown. After the permission of the Municipal Corporation and the police, farmers were allowed to bring flowers on bikes from Monday in the Koyambedu Market. Hallsell Market gave time to sell to the farmer and its traders from four in the morning to 12 in the afternoon, but everything from temples, hotels, shops, marriage halls to the metropolis are closed. In this case, they get less buyers.
Natarajan, a farmer from Thiruvallur, said, "Actually, the color of roses is a bit faded these days. As the marigold has assumed itself to wither away. The reason is corona virus. Natarajan came to sell flowers in Koyambedu market but he could not sell flowers because of lack of customers. Because of this, they threw flowers and returned. He said that now this flower which spreads fragrance and will be enchanted will either be rotten in the house of farmers, or will be wasted in the fields itself. The reason is also big that somehow people's lives can be saved. Because of this, the lockdown imposed stopped everything.
The price of marigold flower is Rs 20-40 per kg, while the price of jasmine is being sold at Rs 100 per kg in Koyambedu market, but farmers and sellers are waiting. These flowers are the only support for the livelihood of hundreds of farmers of Thiruvallur, Salem, Kanchipuram and Hosur. These farmers are cultivated by them. Due to the lockdown, the livelihood of hundreds of farmers like these is in danger. Many flowers are cultivated in several acres of land in the village. But due to corona virus there is a situation of lockdown across the country. Due to this, temples, marriage and other ceremonies are closed and the flower business is at a standstill.
Gangadharan of Kadaravedu village in Thiruvallur district said that the demand for flowers was increasing at weddings and ceremonies before the lockdown, but due to the corona, the lockdown is going on, and so the closure of everything has ended the demand for flowers. Due to this, most farmers are not getting vehicles to transport flowers to market. They break 20-30 kg of jasmine and 350 kg of marigold flowers every other day, but are not getting a buyer.
Drone keeping eye on people during lockdown...
Every activity of people is being monitored through drones from the sky during lockdown implemented to prevent corona virus.
Police drones were seen flying in the sky on Tuesday afternoon in South Chennai. With them, the police is monitoring the movements of the roads. In addition, almost all square-intersections in the metropolis are now equipped with high-definition cameras. They were being used to monitor traffic. Now information will be collected from those who have come out.
Every activity of people is being monitored through drones from the sky during lockdown implemented to prevent corona virus. People have been appealed to stay in homes in lockdown. Along with the appeal of people to stay in homes, monitoring is also being done through drones. Police vehicles are also doing the same work on the roads. According to a top police officer, the drones are of modern technology.
On Tuesday, the movements of people in and around Koturpuram in South Chennai were monitored through a drone, an official said. Action will be taken against those who are caught violating the rules. Police said that the drone is being rotated, because now people have started gathering outside the houses after the roads were tightened.
Section 144 is currently in force. Even after this, people are coming out of homes, so now monitoring will be done in high-tech manner.