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Vigyan Jyoti for Women: 13 October 2019 Current Affairs
Terrified by the low percentage of women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), the Centre designed a program to help girl students stimulate interest in these areas, and also to support them. The scheme ‘Vigyan Jyoti‘ aims to target 100 girl students in 550 districts from 2020-2025. The students will choose their percentile on different programs. Sanjiv Mishra, Scientist with the Department of Science and Technology (DST) will possible launched by the end of this month. Data collected by the DST shows that females comprised 24 percent of the total pass-out students in STEM subjects. In engineering, 22 percent at the postgraduate level, 28 percent at M Phil, and 35 percent at the Ph.D. level have secured. Therefore, Vigyan Jyoti is a new program on 13 Oct 2019 Current Affairs.
Rio Olympics Marathon Champion: 13 October 2019 Current Affairs
Rio Olympics champion Eliud Kipchoge has achieved a new feat in the marathon championship. Kipchego is the first runner to complete the 42.195km men’s marathon in less than 2 hours. The 34-year-old Kipchego from Kenya arrives at the marathon race in the Austrian capital of Vienna. The popular marathon world record is named after the Kipchego. In the Berlin Marathon last year, Kipchego set a world record of 2 hours 1 minute 39 seconds. Two years ago in Italy, Kipchego failed to finish the marathon in less than 2 hours. On the second attempt, he succeeds and makes his specialty. He completed the race in 1 hour 59 minutes and 40.2 seconds. Therefore, Kipchego was on 13th October 2019 current affairs.