12.02.22 JPSC Daily Current Affairs


Govt putting efforts for more investment in health sector: CM

Chief Minister Hemant Soren today said that the government is making continuous efforts to expand and improve the health facilities in the state. People should get good medical facilities in their own State, it is our top priority. Addressing people while inaugurating the online Cath lab at Cardiac Unit of Santevita Hospital, here on Saturday, he congratulated the hospital management for setting up a world class and state-of-the-art Cath lab.

The CM said that efforts are being made to create such a strong health infrastructure in the State so that the patients here do not have to go to the big hospitals of the big cities outside the State for treatment. This will not only enable them to get better treatment in their own home, but will also get rid of the huge expenditure involved in it. Apart from this, various problems caused by going to distant hospitals will also be relieved.

Soren said that whether it is a government hospital or a private one, state-of-the-art medical facilities are continuously increasing here. Especially in Ranchi, now better facilities are being available for proper treatment of serious and serious diseases. He said that all the steps are being taken by the government for maximum investment in the health sector.




Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2021/2022 Report


The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) 2021/2022 report, unveiled at the Dubai Expo, India, is among the highest five most accessible places to start a replacement business.

The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) 2021/2022 report, unveiled at the Dubai Expo, India, is among the highest five most accessible places to start a replacement business.

The survey of Indian respondents, who answered questions on their entrepreneurial activity, attitudes to enterprise, and considering their local entrepreneurial ecosystem, found that 82% think it’s easy to start a business, placing India fourth globally.






National Productivity Day: 12 February


National Productivity Day is observed per annum in India on 12 February.


  • Every year on 12 February, India celebrates National Productivity Day.
  • The National Productivity Council’s mission is to encourage and promote productivity and quality awareness in all country sectors.
  •  The most observance of the Day is to encourage all stakeholders to implement productivity tools and techniques with contemporary, relevant themes.
  • The Day is widely known by the National Productivity Council (NPC) to market productivity culture in India.
  • National Productivity Council (NPC) under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry Government of India may be a premier institution for propagating productivity movement in India.



JITs In India


Department for Promotion of Industry & Internal Trade (DPIIT) of India and Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI) of Japan held an annual meeting to review the progress under Japanese Industrial Townships (JITs) in India.

DPIIT and the States presented developed infrastructure and land open for Japanese investors in these townships.

Japanese companies were requested for field visits to JITs to draw in investments.

DPIIT reviewed the status of JITs with METI during a virtual platform in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Japan Embassy in India and the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) also partook from the Japanese part.




The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) launched a satellite called “INSPIRESat-1”.


INSPIRESat-1 has been developed by a team of international researchers from India, the U.S., Taiwan, and Singapore.

INSPIRESat-1 means International Research & Teaching Satellite Project satellite one.

It has been developed by the Indian Institute of Space Science & Technology (IIST) in association with the Laboratory of Atmospheric & Space Physics at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

It was launched onboard Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV-C52

It’s a student satellite with One Year Mission life that will study the orbital heating of the Sun and about dynamics of the ionosphere. The weight of INSPIRE-1 is 8.1 kg.


Caste Census Databases Integration By NHA


The National Health Authority (NHA) started an exercise to integrate the beneficiary database under several schemes for upgrading its database during a bid to implement the scheme better.


AB-PMJAY Stands for Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Jan ArogyaYojana

It provides insurance of up to Rs 5 lakh per family per annum. Insurance is provided for secondary and tertiary care-related hospitalizations.

Under the scheme, 10.74 crore beneficiary families are identified from the Socio-Economic Caste Census (SECC) of 2011 on the idea of 6 deprivation and 11 occupational criteria, respectively, in rural and concrete areas.

The majority of SECC, 2011 also eligible for benefits under National Food Security Portal (NFSA).

As per Health Ministry, Aadhaar may be a common identity across most state databases.

It will enable the combination of caste census databases and ensure certainty on identifying beneficiaries through e-KYC. e-KYC enables target-based paperless delivery of services.



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