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29 June 2018 Current Events Delhi Metro staff on strike from tomorrow

The non-executive staff of the DMRC might go on strike from tomorrow if their demands are not met by the government. The strike will severly hamper the services of the Delhi Mtero as there are about 9,000 employees working under this non-execiutive category. Their demands include revision of their pay scale, alteration of DMRC Staff Council as an employees union, and framing of proper guidelines for the dismissal of an employee and that too under extreme conditions. 


Solar Charkha Mission launched by President

President Ram Nath Kovind launched Solar Charkha Mission in which the government will be providing a subsidy of Rs. 550 crore to the thousands of artisans and generating employment in the rural areas. The Ministry of Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) will cover the 50 identified clusters across the country including in the Northeast and in each cluster 400 to 2,000 artisans will be employed. Along with this mission, the government also launched a Sampark portal, a digital platform on which five lakh job seekers can connect with the  Ministry of Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME).


NITI Aayog signs 5 SOLs with Financial Institutions & Social Organisations

The Women Entrepreneurs Platform (WEP) of NITI Aayog had signed five separate Statement of Intent (SoIs) with the Financial Institutions & Social Organisations to create opportunities and provide support to the women entrepreneurs. These institutions and organizations are Shri Mahila Sewa Sahakari Bank Limited, Indiabulls Housing Finance Limited, SREI Infrastructure Finance Limited, Sreemanta Sankar Mission and the Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA).


Delhi Metro staff on strike from tomorrow

The non-executive staff of the DMRC might go on strike from tomorrow if their demands are not met by the government. The strike will severly hamper the services of the Delhi Mtero as there are about 9,000 employees working under this non-execiutive category. Their demands include revision of their pay scale, alteration of DMRC Staff Council as an employees union, and framing of proper guidelines for the dismissal of an employee and that too under extreme conditions. 

Solar Charkha Mission launched by President

President Ram Nath Kovind launched Solar Charkha Mission in which the government will be providing a subsidy of Rs. 550 crore to the thousands of artisans and generating employment in the rural areas. The Ministry of Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) will cover the 50 identified clusters across the country including in the Northeast and in each cluster 400 to 2,000 artisans will be employed. Along with this mission, the government also launched a Sampark portal, a digital platform on which five lakh job seekers can connect with the  Ministry of Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME).

NITI Aayog signs 5 SOLs with Financial Institutions & Social Organisations

The Women Entrepreneurs Platform (WEP) of NITI Aayog had signed five separate Statement of Intent (SoIs) with the Financial Institutions & Social Organisations to create opportunities and provide support to the women entrepreneurs. These institutions and organizations are Shri Mahila Sewa Sahakari Bank Limited, Indiabulls Housing Finance Limited, SREI Infrastructure Finance Limited, Sreemanta Sankar Mission and the Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA).




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