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NSDC inks partnership with HP to impart skills to students | Today Current Affairs
Hewlett Packard (HP) India and the National Skill Development Corporation have entered into a collaboration to provide worksheets and content to encourage students across India with home learning and early skills development. Under the collaboration, NSDC will host HP’s Print Learn Center content on its eSkill India digital skills platform and make it accessible to potential users and aspiring students. The Print Learn Center (HP-PLC) initiative HP offers printable learning modules developed by specialists in education and skills. In addition, material from the HP Print Learn Center will be made available in English and seven Indian languages (Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Hindi, Gujarati, and Marathi). Hence, NSDC inks partnership with HP is on 14 February 2021 Current Affairs.
MoU signed between Indian Navy and IIT Delhi | February 2021 Current Affairs
A Memorandum of Understanding was signed to further the relationship between the Indian Navy and IIT Delhi on Naval Electronic Systems underwater domain research. The partnership dates back to the 1970s, and the Centre for Applied Research in Electronics (CARE) at IIT Delhi has since developed key technologies for the Navy in the field of underwater electronics. The research carried out at IIT Delhi has played a major role in the Indian Navy’s technical advances. Therefore, the MoU sign between the Indian Navy and IIT Delhi is one of the important 14 February 2021 Current Affairs.
Banking And Finance
ICICI Lombard launches Corporate India Risk Index | GK Current Affairs
ICICI Lombard has released what it believes to be the first corporate risk index to help companies manage the post-pandemic environment by resolving a myriad of organizational challenges, supply chains, cyber threats, declining profits, hybrid jobs, among others. With the management consulting firm Frost & Sullivan covering 150 top companies from its own investment portfolio across 15 main sectors, the corporate risk index using the risk measurement method was created. Although an annual risk report for these businesses will be published free of charge by the organization, a personalized report on individual companies will be prepared on demand. Thus, ICICI Lombard launches Corporate India Risk Index is on 14 February 2021 Current Affairs.
Business And Economy
Sidbi, COWE launch campaign to promote Stand-Up India scheme | Trendy Current Affairs
Together with the Confederation of Women Entrepreneurs of India (COWE), the Small Industries Development Bank of India (Sidbi) has launched a campaign to give the state’s Stand Up India (SUI) framework a fillip. Swavalamban Sashakt’s mega campaign is a series of 20 webinars aims at raising awareness of the SUI system. The scheme is a flagship program to encourage bank loans between Rs 10 lakh and Rs 1 crore to at least one scheduled caste (SC) or scheduled tribe (ST) borrower initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Today, the scheme extends to FY2025. Hence, the COWE launch campaign is one of the important 14 February 2021 Current Affairs.
Science And Technology
TIFAC launches job portal, ‘Saksham’ for placing workers in MSMEs | Daily Current Affairs
The Technology Information Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC), a think-tank within the Department of Science and Technology, has launched a Saksham career portal that will perform employee skill mapping exercises according to MSME requirements. On TIFAC’s 34th Foundation Day, it also launches a seaweed cultivation mission. The “Saksham” work portal will help remove intermediaries, labor contractors and help define the level of skills and build “shramiks” skill cards (workers). It projects that if the cultivation of seaweed carries out on 10 million hectares, or 5% of India’s Exclusive Economic Zone, 50 million people will be working.