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New NPA Director: 19 December 2019 Top Current Affairs
Atul Karwal named as the new Director of the National Police Academy of Sardar Vallabhai Patel. Atul is currently working as CRPF Director, a 1988 IPS batch and Gujarat cadre. Due to his experience in handling the police force, Karwal became the new director of the National Police Academy in Hyderabad. Karwal will be a director of NPA up to Dec 5th, 2021. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy is the training institute for Indian police officers before they join the job. As a Central Police Training College, It laid in 1948. In 1967, It renamed as National Police Academy. Finally, After the Sardar Vallabhai Patel, It named as Sardar Vallabhai Patel National Police Academy.
Food With Plastic Returning: Daily Current Affairs Of December 2019
The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) is working on a new concept to encourage the management of plastic waste and educate the public about its pollution. This provides restaurants that produce half a kilo of plastic waste. The plan “Meal for Plastic” included in the state government’s Ahar scheme. Besides, This will provide plastic waste collection and food facilities for people who brought waste plastic. BMC Commissioner Prem Chandra Chaudhary says Narendra Modi is calling up Indians to restrict plastic and protect the earth. Thus, Prem Chandra is following the state and central govt rules to stop plastic waste.
India Is 3rd in Publishing Science Articles: 19 Dec 2019 Top Current Affairs
The American National Science Foundation (NSF) said that India is ranked 3rd in the list of countries publishing the most publications on science and engineering worldwide. A total of 17.5 lakh articles in the fields of science and engineering published worldwide in 2008. China, the US, and India have the largest number of articles published in the top three countries. In India, 48,998 publications published in 2008, with a 10.73 percent annual growth rate. China is the top 20.67 percent of the world’s scientific articles. The annual growth rate was 7.81%. In science articles, the US grew by 0.71% year-on-year. Finally, After India, Germany, Japan, UK, Russia, Italy, South Korea, France are in the top 10.
Paisa App: 19/12/2019 Current Affairs
RealMe entered into the financial services sector by launching the Piasa App. Paisa is a special platform to provide loans, mutual funds, and credit score reports to customers. Besides, Xiaomi recently launching a similar financial service App “My Credit“. Digital Personal Loans through Realme Paisa Beta App is about Rs. 1 lakh for small and medium enterprises can borrow up to Rs 5 lakh. RealMe’s goal is to reach over Rs 1,000 crore and reach 30 to 50 lakh new customers. Finally, RealMe Paisa lead Varun Sridhar says that Pisa App is currently in its launch phase and it will be fully available in the next 6 months.
Literary Award for “Saptabhoomi”: 19 Dec 2019 Current Affairs
Telugu writer Bandi Narayanaswamy has been awarded the Central Sahitya Akademi Award for his “Saptaboomi” novel written on Rayalaseema’s history. The Academy 7 poetry albums, 4 novels, 6 short stories, 4 articles, nonfiction, an autobiography, and biography selected for the awards. Bandy Narayanaswamy recognized as a writer of Rayalaseema. Besides, Mohanrao’s “Kongavala Kathi” awarded the Academy Youth Award. Belgum Bheemeshwara Rao Academy announced the ‘Children’s Literary Award’ for writing “Thata Mata Varala Muta“. The special academy awards to Tharoor for his English Novel “An Era of Darkness” and “Chalathe Huey Apne CoKavitha” written by Nandakishore Acharya in Hindi. Finally, The winners will award a cash prize along with a copper medal in Delhi on the 25th of February.