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Daily GK Current Affairs viable of 6th July 2021

Daily GK Current Affairs News viable of 6th July 2021.Here is the Regular current affairs viable of 6th July 2021. covering the following news headlines: WAKO, NIPUN Bharat Programme, Khadi and Village Industries Commission, Co-WIN Global Conclave, The Fourth Lion: Essays for Gopalkrishna Gandhi.

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Here current affairs have been categorized which is as follows:

  • National News
  • Banking News
  • Sports News
  • Important Days
  • Miscellaneous News

National News

  1. Ministry of Education launches NIPUN Bharat Programme
  • The Union Education Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ has launched the Nipun Bharat programme.
  • The NIPUN program aims to achieve Basic Literacy and Numeracy (FLN) by the end of Grade 3 for every child in India by 2026-27. NIPUN stands for National Initiative for Proficiency in Reading with Understanding and Numeracy.
  • This Mission, which has been launched under the aegis of the centrally sponsored scheme of Samagra Shiksha, will focus on providing access and retaining children in foundational years of schooling; teacher capacity building; development of high quality and diversified Student and Teacher Resources/Learning Materials; and tracking the progress of each child in achieving learning outcomes.
  • To help this scheme achieve its objective, teachers will play an important role. In view of the challenges of in-service teacher training across the different stages of school education, NCERT has designed an innovative integrated programme of teacher training, now, popularly known as NISHTHA (National Initiative for School Heads‟ and Teachers‟ Holistic Advancement).
  1. KVIC project ‘BOLD’ to boost tribal income
  • KVIC (Khadi and Village Industries Commission) has launched Project BOLD (Bamboo Oasis on Land in Draft), a first of its kind exercise to create bamboo based green patches in arid and semi-arid land areas.
  • This is the first exercise of its kind in India which was started from the tribal village Nikla Mandwa in Udaipur, Rajasthan. Under this project, 5000 saplings of specific bamboo species i.e. Bambusa tulda and Bambusa polymorpha have been planted in about 16 acres. of vacant village panchayat land.

Important takeaways for all competitive exams:

  • KVIC Headquarters: Mumbai;
  • KVIC Founded: 1956;
  • KVIC Chairperson: Vinai Kumar Saxena.

Banking News

  1. RBI announces change in Government securities auction methodology

Important takeaways for all competitive exams:

  • RBI 25th Governor: Shaktikant Das;
  • Headquarters: Mumbai;
  • Founded: 1 April 1935, Kolkata.

Sports News

  1. James Anderson claims 1000th first-class wicket
  • Veteran England pacer James Anderson has added another feat to his cap by completing 1000 wickets in first-class cricket. Anderson achieved the rare feat during Lancashire’s County Championship clash against Kent in Manchester.
  • Anderson is the highest wicket-taker among the fast bowlers in Test cricket. In 162 Test matches, the England great has taken 617 wickets at an average of 26.67, in 30 five-force and three 10-wicket matches.
  • Anderson is only the 14th player to claim 1,000 first-class wickets this century and only the fifth among pacers. Andy Caddick, Martin Bicknell, Devon Malcolm and Wasim Akram were the other pace bowlers to cross the 1000-wicket landmark before Anderson.
  1.  Mary Kom, Manpreet Singh to be India’s flag-bearers at Tokyo Olympics
  • The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) announced that six-time world boxing champion MC Mary Kom and men’s hockey team captain Manpreet Singh will be India’s flag bearers at the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics.
  • Bajrang Punia, silver medalist at the 2018 World Wrestling Championships, will be the flag bearer at the closing ceremony on August 8.
  • In a first, India is having two flag-bearers — one male and one female — at the upcoming Tokyo Games to ensure “gender parity”. The IOA has communicated the decision in this regard to the Organising Committee of the Games.

Important Days

  1. World Zoonoses Day:6th July
  • World Zoonoses Day is held every year on 6 July to raise awareness about the risk of zoonotic diseases. Zoonoses are infectious diseases (viruses, bacteria, and parasites) that can be spread from animals to humans, and vice versa, either through direct contact with animals or indirectly, vector-borne or food-borne.
  • It was on July 6, 1885, when Louis Pasteur successfully administered the first vaccine against rabies virus, a zoonotic disease.
  • World Zoonoses day observed after Louis Pasteur, a French biologist successfully administered the first vaccine against Rabies virus, which is a zoonotic disease. We remembered this day every day to raise awareness against Zoonotic disease.

Miscellaneous News

  1. WAKO India Kickboxing Federation gets Government recognition
  • Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports has decided to recognize WAKO India Kickboxing Federation as National Sports Federation (NSF) for promotion and development of kickboxing sport in India. Being fully incorporated and accepted into the Olympic movement is vital for the recognition and development of the sport of kickboxing.
  • It is expected that with the recognition of the Waco India Kickboxing Federation as NSF by the government, the sport of kickboxing will develop at a rapid pace in the country. WAKO has been a provisionally recognized member of the IOC since 30 November 2018. The full recognition of WAKO will eventually be decided by the IOC session in Tokyo in July 2021.

Important takeaways for all competitive exams:

  • Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports: Kiren Rijiju.
  1. 52nd IFFI to be held in November 2021 in Goa
  • The 52nd edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) will be held in Goa from 20 to 28 November 2021. The regulations and posters for the 52nd IFFI were released by the Hon’ble Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Shri Prakash Javadekar.
  • Starting this year on the occasion of the birth centenary of the maestro of Indian cinema, Mr. Satyajit Ray, “Satyajit Ray Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Cinema” has been instituted at IFFI from this year.

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