Rs 1000 crore to be invested for setting up 200 TV channels for education of underprivileged youth | 22 JUNE 2022 |

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1. Rs 1000 crore to be invested for setting up 200 TV channels for education of underprivileged youth.

Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has announced that the Government of India is investing Rs 1000 crore to set-up 200 new TV channels to provide access to quality education for the underprivileged youth in remote and backward areas.

2. IIT Roorkee scientists develop dopamine sensor to detect neurological diseases at an early stage.

A team of scientists at IIT Roorkee has developed a dopamine sensor to detect neurological diseases such as schizophrenia and Parkinson’s at an early stage.

3. MPPSC exam features controversial question on Kashmir; paper setter banned.

A question asked in the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC)'s State Service and Forest Service Preliminary Examination held on Sunday, has led to a controversy.

4. MVJ College of Engineering students develop yoga pose assessment tracker to facilitate self-learning.

With the impact and popularity of yoga growing way beyond India and being spread across the world, thousands of people now practice yoga by watching YouTube videos or TV programmes.

5. IIT Gandhinagar-NEEV has empowered about 150 rural youth & women through skill development courses.

NEEV, a community outreach programme of the Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar (IITGN), successfully trained nearly 150 rural youth and women in six skill development courses during April to June 2022.

6. IIT Guwahati researchers create affordable prosthetic leg for Indians that enable deep squatting & cross-legged sitting.

Researchers at IIT Guwahati have designed an affordable prosthetic leg specifically designed for the Indian population It is suitable for uneven terrain and supports Indian needs such as cross-legged sitting, and deep squatting. It is also adjustable for the different age groups and multiple stages of prosthesis use.

7. Private School in Delhi Directs EWS Students To Clear Dues Of Rs 67,000.

About 14 students in Delhi who were admitted to a top private school under the EWS quota have been asked to clear dues of over Rs 67,000 in fees for the first term of this academic year in order to continue further education, even as Delhi government officials said they are look into the issue.

8. Delhi Schools To Reopen Post Summer Vacation Amidst Surge In Covid Cases.

With schools in Delhi geared up to reopen from July 1 following summer vacation, rising Covid cases in Delhi-NCR have sparked concerns among parents even as principals said there should be no more disruption in offline learning and asserted that all measures are being taken to get students accustomed to living with the pandemic.

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