Jamnagar Current Affairs, GK & News

WHO Global Centre for Traditional Medicine (GCTM)

The WHO Global Centre for Traditional Medicine (GCTM) in Jamnagar, Gujarat will be the world’s first and only global outpost centre for traditional medicine. It will be emerging as an international hub for global wellness. Overview: PM Modi laid the foundation stone on 19th April 2022. The first Ayurvedic University that was established in the ..

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India plans to create Power Islanding systems

India plans to create power islanding systems in several cities of the country to protect the critical infrastructures from potential attacks on the electricity grid of the nation.   Key Points Bengaluru and Jamnagar, which has two of India’s largest oil refineries, are included in the cities which are being assessed for an islanding system. ..

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Institute of National Importance Status to Gujarat Ayurved University

To upgrade the standard of Ayurveda education in the country, the Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Prakash Javadekar addressed the press after the Union Cabinet meeting on Wednesday, 8th January 2020 and informed that the status of the Gujarat Ayurved University located in Jamnagar will be elevated as an institute of national importance under ..

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Jamnagar Refinery to produce only Jet Fuel and Petrochemicals

In light of the growing uncertainty over the future of gasoline-powered cars, one of the world’s largest oil refineries and India’s largest oil refinery, the Reliance Industries owned Jamnagar Refinery has decided to eliminate most of liquid fuels portfolio to produce only a specific variety of high-end fuels. What has happened? The RIL-board is concerned ..

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