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Jammu and Kashmir launch National Generic Document Registration System

On September 18 2020 Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoj Sinha launched the National Generic Document Registration System for the union territory. The territory is now marking a major shift from its previous manual registration system to the online registration system for transactions in purchase or sale of land. Background Before the abrogation of ..

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Aarogya Setu team launches ‘Open API Service’ for better operation

India’s self-assessed digital healthcare service app Aarogya Setu has come up with a new feature called the Open API Service, which allows the organizations to check the health status of their employees or any other user as well without creating any privacy issue. What is ‘Open API Service’? An open API is a publicly available ..

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NPCI International Payments Limited (NPIL): set up by NPCI for international market operations

The National Payments Corporation of India has set up ‘NPCI International’ to operate its international market of Unified Payment Interface, instant payment service, and its electronic payment card scheme RuPay. What is the function of NPCI? The National Payments Corporation of India is the apex organization to conduct operations related to retail payments and settlement ..

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Joint collaboration of IBM and NSDC to offer free training on Digital skills

New York based tech giant IBM tied up with National Skill Development Corporation to provide a free digital education platform based on emerging technologies and professional development skills. Key Highlights IBM is going to compose more than thirty online courses with over 60 hours of learning from the Open P-Tech platform in emerging technologies like ..

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NCERT survey report: Over 27% students don’t have access to gadgets for online classes

A survey conducted by NCERT shows at least 27% of the students do not have access to smart devices to attend online classes. Key findings of the report The survey was conducted over 34,000 participants, including students, parents, teaching staff, and school principals of renowned schools. Some percentage of students and parents opined that lack ..

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