Explanation:The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $150 million loan to establish India's first multi-skills park in Bhopal. As per ADB, the skills gap in Madhya Pradesh is expected to increase in the next 6 years, with an incremental demand for skilled workers projected to hit 5.6 million in 2024. This new flagship Global Skills Park (GSP) is to be equipped with international training facilities to enhance the quality of Madhya Pradesh's Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system. It will create a more skilled workforce that meets the labour market needs of the state. The GSP campus, which will serve as the state's central hub for other TVET institutes, will have training facilities focusing on skills for manufacturing, service, and advanced agricultural jobs, benefitting about 20,000 trainees and trainers.
|A.||IDBI Bank||B.||ICICI Bank|
|C.||Punjab National Bank||D.||Allahabad Bank|
Explanation:Punjab National Bank (PNB) approved proposal to raise Rs 5,431 crore capital support from the central government through preferential issue of equity shares. The capital infusion of Rs 5,431 crore by the Central government will be through preferential allotment of the bank's equity shares at a price fixed as per regulation. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had committed capital infusion to banks following his meeting with chiefs of public sector banks, on 25th September 2018.
|A.||Ram Nath Kovind||B.||Rajnath Singh|
|C.||Venkaiya Naidu||D.||Narendra Modi|
Explanation:The joint border conference was held between India and Bangladesh at Aizawl, Mizoram and delegates from both sides expressed their deliberations on the border issues between the two countries. The conference led to a vital discussion on the need for demarcation of the border between the two countries along Mizoram. From the Indian counterpart, Survey of India Director Sanjay Kumar headed the Indian delegation.
Explanation:The world's first ever human case of the rat version of the hepatitis E virus (HEV) has been found in a 56-year-old Hong Kong man. This is the first study in the world that proves that, rat HEV can infect human beings and cause clinical infection. Rat hepatitis E virus is very different from human hepatitis E virus variants. The infected man had continuously showed abnormal liver function results following a liver transplant.