09.09.21 Daily BPSC Current Affairs


Govt to help farmers who could not plant crops: Nitish Kumar

State farmers who could not plant their crop(s) due to flood would also be provided financial assistance from the state government.

CM Nitish Kumar  asked all the district magistrates (DMs) and the agriculture department officials to consider ‘non-planting of crops due to flood’ as the ‘case of crop loss’ and provide adequate assistance to such farmers.

Nitish asked the officials of disaster management department (DMD), agriculture department and the DMs to do proper panchayat-wise assessment of crop losses in the next three to four days, so that all affected farmers could be provided financial assistance.


A population of 69.63 lakh in altogether 26 districts has so far been affected by flood in Bihar. The number of affected families is 16.60 lakh. All possible help is being provided to these families,




AUSINDEX – Bilateral Exercise


Indian and Australian navies commenced the bilateral exercising AUSINDEX.


From the Indian Navy, INS Shivalik and INS Kadmatt are taking part in AUSINDEX 2021, the fourth version of the bilateral naval exercise.

Under the Eastern Naval Command, they form the part of the Indian Navy’s Eastern Fleet based at Visakhapatnam.

Both are indigenously designed and built.

INS Kadmatt is an anti-submarine corvette and INS Shivalik is a guided missile stealth frigate.





CSCs Approved by Passport Services


The Common Services Centres has received approvals to operate and manipulate Passport Seva Kendra kiosks in rural areas.


The Village Entrepreneur (VLE) who runs the CSC will be commissioned to collect the documents, photos, and other details required for the passport process, as well as initial non-police verification.

A nominal charge of up to Rs one hundred should be charged for the same.
The pilot program was launched in some CSCs in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

Full-fledged service is about to roll out across the country.




Local Sales through SEZ Units Except Import Tag

Special Economic Zones (SEZs) were in the news. Local sales through Special Economic Zones units except import tag.


The government is considering an idea to enable producers in Special Economic Zones (SEZs) to promote their output to the domestic market without treating them as imports.

It is also reviewing the exclusion of special economic zones and export-oriented units from the recently notified export tax refund scheme

It has also recently been emphasized that despite the rising freight and input costs, the special economic zones and EOU units have not benefited under the Remission of Taxes and Duties on Export Products (RoDTEP) scheme.


Committee for Coal Based Hydrogen Production


To Prepare Road Map for Coal based Hydrogen Production the Ministry of Coal Constitutes an Expert Committee and Task Force .


On India’s 75th Independence Day, the Prime Minister introduced a Hydrogen Mission. Coal is one of the vital sources of hydrogen making (Brown Hydrogen) aside from Natural Gas (Grey hydrogen) and renewable energy (Green Hydrogen) through electrolysis.

In the case of renewable energy (green hydrogen), excess solar energy is used to electrolyze water into hydrogen and oxygen

However, Coal has not been prompted elsewhere because of the fear that while extracting hydrogen by coal (from the moisture embedded in coal) there might also be carbon emission. Almost

In view of the above situation, the Ministry of Coal has established two committees.


Establishment of National Livestock Mission


The Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying Minister established the National Livestock Mission portal.

About National Livestock Mission:

♦ This mission covers all the Indian states.
♦ There are 4 sub-missions under National Livestock Mission:
♦ Sub-Mission on Fodder and Feed Development
♦ Sub-Mission on Livestock Development
♦ Sub-Mission on Development of Pig in North-Eastern Region
♦ Sub-Mission on Technology Transfer, Skill Development and Extension
♦ It is a centrally-sponsored scheme. Under ‘White Revolution’, it runs as a sub-scheme.
♦ It began working in 2014.
♦ The mission ensures quantitative and qualitative enhancement in livestock manufacturing systems, specially in Sheep, Goat, Pig, Poultry, Feed and Fodder sector.


Unlocking Huge Potential of Mineral Exploration

The Geological Survey of India has designated 100 mineral blocks with geological potential for auction. Handing over of these a hundred Reports to the State Governments will ensure non-stop grant of minerals in the country and extra revenue to the State Governments by bringing greater quantities of mineral blocks under auction.

About MMDR Amendment Act, 2021:

The 2015 MMDR Amendment Act introduced transparency in the allocation of mineral concessions in mining leases and exploration licenses.

In this non-stop endeavour, the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, has been further liberalized in March 2021.

The latest amendment is anticipated to expand employment and funding in the mining sector, enlarge the income to the States, increase production and time bound operationalization of mines,maintain the continuity of mining operations after the tenant changes, and accelerate the pace of mineral exploration and auction resources.

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