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Mission to eliminate Sickle Cell Anaemia by 2047

Sickle Cell Anaemia affects the RBCs in the human body. When a person suffers from the disease his RBCs (usually rod-shaped) deform. Their shapes are affected. The primary function of RBC is to carry oxygen to different parts of the body. In a person with sickle cell anemia, the oxygen-carrying capacity of RBCs is affected. ..

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Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana 4.0

The Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana runs under Skill Development Ministry and is implemented by the National Skill Development Corporation. The main objective of the program is to train the youths in areas where there are requirements for Indian industries. Also, the program certifies the youth who are already good at a skill by evaluating ..

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PM PVTG Development Mission

Article 336 of the constitution allows GoI to make special arrangements for certain communities. Using this provision, the Government created the category of ST. However, some of the tribes in the country prefer to live isolated and remain secluded. Such tribes do not receive social benefits from the schemes launched by GoI. They are referred ..

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National Data Governance Policy

Data governance is managing data usage, data security, data availability, and data integrity. During the Union Budget 2023 presentation, the finance minister Smt Nirmala Sitaraman announced that GoI is to launch National Governance Policy. The policy will create an Indian Data Management Office. The IDMO will operate under the IT Ministry. The government of India ..

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Amrit Dharohar Scheme

India lost 30% of its wetlands in the past three decades. Of all Mumbai lost the maximum wetlands. 71% of wetlands in Mumbai were lost between 1970 and 2014. 57% lost in Ahmedabad, 56% in Bengaluru, 55% in Hyderabad, 38% in Delhi, and lots more in other major cities. The loss of wetlands is mainly ..

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