The Government has approved a scheme for skill development of drivers and mechanical staff in road transport sector and workmen in the highways construction sector. Under the Scheme a grant of Rs. 1cr. is payable to every training centre for skilling of drivers. Till date 16 such proposals have been approved for training centres in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh. The skilling of drivers would help in reducing accidents.
Ms. Shakuntla Gautam IAS (Uttar Pradesh 1900) presently Additional Labour Commissioner, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh has been appointed as DM of Amethi, Uttar Pradesh. IndianBureaucracy.com wishes Ms. [ Read more ]
BHEL’s Project Execution Excellence continues; Records Highest ever Project Commissioning in first three quarters of a financial year
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has once again demonstrated its project execution prowess with the capacity addition of 5,010 MW of utility power projects [ Read more ]
In a policy update, the Centre’s project management monitoring group has fast-tracked the clearance of over 200 projects worth about $112 billion. Addressing the [ Read more ]
Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister, Shri Radha Mohan Singh appealed to the drought-affected states that they take immediate steps to fight drought and review [ Read more ]
“The World Bank in association with a professional agency roped in by Govt of India to analyse the regulatory procedures, key policies, reforms, efficacy [ Read more ]