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National International Current Affairs 27 April 2020

Current Affairs 27 April 2020

Daily Current Affairs 27 April 2020

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♦ Least affected with pandemic COVID19 in India were in Northeastern side, 8 Northen eastern Indian states registered very less coronavirus positive cases and almost zero active cases. Below stats were as of 27 April 2020

StatesTotal CasesRecovered
Arunachal Pradesh11
Assam3627
Manipur22
Meghalaya120
Mizoram11
Nagaland00
Sikkim00
Tripura22

♦ Class Central website released the list of best 30 online courses of 2019 out of which 6 courses were from SWAYAM

  • Academic Writing by H.N.B Garhwal University
  • Digital Marketing by Punjab University
  • ANIMATIONs by Banaras Hindu University.
  • Mathematical Economics by Doon University
  • Python for Data Science by IIT Madras
  • Early Childhood Care and Education by Avianshilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women

SWAYAM is an e-learning programme initiated by Government of India, objective to take the best teaching-learning resources to all

  • Courses delivered through SWAYAM are available free of cost If users want SWAYAM certificate they should register for the exam, the fee will be applicable

♦ Ravi Mittal, 1986 batch IAS appointed as new Sports Secretary replacing Radheshyam Jhulaniya

♦ Australia cancelled multilateral air combat training exercise Pitch Black 2020 with India which scheduled from July 27 to August 14 due to the pandemic COVID19 situation

♦ Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) to start lectures online in the outbreak of pandemic COVID19 lockdown

  • The IGNCA launched on 19th November 1985 by Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, which is an autonomous institution under the Ministry of Culture

♦ Australia launched a smartphone app “COVIDSafe” to trace people who come in contact with coronavirus patients, it uses phone’s Bluetooth wireless signal to store information about people’s interactions

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