Persons on Important Posts

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 RAJASTHAN S.No Post ( Rajasthan) First Current 1 Chief Justice of Rajasthan Sir Sarat Kumar Ghosh (1949) Pradeep Nandrajog (32nd) 2 Chief Electoral Officer of Rajasthan Ashvini Bhagat 3 State Election Commissioner of Rajasthan Prem Singh Mehra 4 Chief Information Commissioner (CIC) Suresh Chaudhary 5 RPSC Chairman Vacant 6 State Financial Commission Chairman Dr. Jyoti Kiran (5th) 7 Advocate General of Rajasthan G.C. Kasliwal NARPAT MAL LODHA 8 Lokayukta of Rajasthan Continue Reading

Science & Technology Current Affairs Summary: Dec 2017 – May 2018

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Scientists have discovered world’s second oldest grain of magmatic zircon (a mineral that contains traces of radioactive isotopes) from Champua from Singhbhum rock sample in Odisha’s Kendujhar district. It is an estimated 4,240 million years old, making it world’s second oldest rock ever to be discovered. It is oldest magmatic zircon on earth.   The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Delhi has installed Massive Multiple-Input, Multiple-Output (MIMO) lab on campus for Continue Reading

Rajasthan Current Affairs: May 2018

Rajasthan Current Affairs May 2018

Fourth phase of ‘Nyay Apke Dwar’ campaign started from May 1 The fourth phase of ‘Rajasv Lok Adalat: Nyay Apke Dwar’ campaign began in Jaipur district from May 1, 2018. As a part of the campaign, revenue courts will be set up at several villages and the grievances regarding land disputes will be catered at the Gram Panchayat level. This campaign will include facilities like division accounting, marking of boundaries, Continue Reading

Rajasthan Current Affairs: April 2018

Rajasthan Current Affairs April 2018

Rajasthan to be declared ODF ahead of deadline Rajasthan has achieved 100% toilet construction target before time and is all set to be declared ODF about one and-a-half years before deadline. In the last four years, the state has constructed over 79.29 lakh toilets in the rural areas covering 43,344 villages, 295 panchayat samitis and 9,894 gram panchayats to achieve the onerous task. Already 10 districts have been declared ODF Continue Reading