Hindi has been the optional language in many competitive exams. So, all the subjects will be asked in Hindi. Current affairs Hindi is a part of the exams where the students have to prepare current affairs in the Hindi language.
Current affairs are mostly asked in Civil services, UPSC, SSC, Bank Exams, Railways and other exams. Hence, keen preparing in Current affairs helps to score more marks. The most recent current affairs are given below in English and the readers may convert the current affairs in Hindi.
The Railways has issued the examination notification for RRB Group D 2018 exams. This exam is conducted every year to fill the vacancies by RRB for various posts. RRB notified over 6200 posts. There are many sources for RRB Group D Current affairs in Hindi available.
The Union Government revealed a document on its fourth anniversary that the numbers of Indian traveling in airplanes have been increasing than those who travel in AC train coaches. Our Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented this government’s report at a rally Cuttack on May 26. It showed the rapid growth of our country’s civil aviation sector.
- According to the document ‘saaf niyat, sahi vikas’ for the first time more people traveled in airplanes than in the AC coaches of the trains.
- The document revealed that the domestic air passenger traffic has crossed over 100 million in 2017
- The National Civil Aviation Policy 2016 has been opened up to transform the sector.
As India is emerging as the 3rd largest aviation market, air passenger traffic growth ranges from 18-20 % over the past 3 years.
The Indian Aviation Ministry has kept a target of a five-fold increase in passenger tips to 1 billion per annum in 20 years
The aviation sector will have over 1000 aircraft in the future decade along with the existing 550
The scheme has been claimed as a major success, taking the number of operational airports in the country over 100
May 27th 2018 India launched its 2nd IT corridor in China in order to benefit the country’s growing software market.
The Digital Collaborative Opportunities Plaza (SIDCOP) platform was established in China’s Guiyang city by NASSCOM, the National Association of Software & Services Companies.
During the corridor launch, agreements worth about 6 million US dollars were signed between Indian service providers and Chinese customers by China’s Guiyang Municipal government and the NASSCOM.
On the SIDCOP platform the pilot projects were launched that is expected to be executed by 2019
A few days ago the Dalian IT corridor was officially launched
While the Dalian corridor focuses on IOT, the Guiyang corridor focuses on Big Data.
The participation saw more than 350 representatives from Indian and Chinese companies in the launch.
Indian IT companies are present in over 70 countries in the world, generating employment for 12 million people worldwide.
In China, IT companies are present in 10 cities with a total workforce of 25000 employees.