Current affairs updates January 3, 2017.Today’s current affairs updates have been given below and all those candidates who are going to appear in various examination should read these details and they should keep preparing well for the examination.
Current affairs contribute to the exam and this is generally asked for 40-50 marks in the bank exams. Currently various examinations have changed their pattern of exam and included general awareness which consist number of questions from current affairs. It may make a huge difference in the performance of candidates in the exam.
General awareness updates for January 3, 2017
Air Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa took over as the Chief of the Indian Air Force after Former Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha retired from post.
The present Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa developed the country’s aerial targeting philosophy against potential adversaries and transformed the concepts of air operations of the Indian Air Force to contemporary war fighting practices.
The Maritime Union of India (MUI), country’s oldest union representing Indian Merchant Navy Officers since 1939, has launched android based mobile app named MUI.
David R Syiemlieh has been appointed today as the Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) by President Pranab Mukherjee.
Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) has been awarded as “Best Performing Power Distribution Utility in Power Sector” by Central Board of Irrigation & Power (CBIP).
Public sector lender Bank of BarodaBSE 0.60 % has entered into a partnership with CNX Corporation (CNX) with an objective to provide collateral management services towards the loans against warehouse receipt sanctioned to the farmers through the network of the bank’s branches across the country.
In a bid to safeguard fingerlings, fish species and increase their population, all purse seine nets — large fishing nets used to catch fish in bulk — were banned across Maharashtra from January 1
Odisha’s World famous 11-day gala festival BargarhDhanuaJatra is all set to begin on 2 January 2017. All rituals were performed before Goddess Samaleswari, the presiding deity of the event.
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu launched a new health scheme christened ArogyaRaksha offering medical insurance to those who were not covered under any of the existing health schemes of the state government.