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  • 08 Dec 2022
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Chief Minister honored 400 livelihood Didis of Jharkhand

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On December 7, 2022, Chief Minister Hemant Soren felicitated 400 livelihood Didis of Jharkhand at the 'Graduation Ceremony of Jharkhand's Didis' organized by The Naz Institute.

Key Points

  • The awardees include Sakhi mandals of Jharkhand from Lohardaga, Latehar and Gumla districts and those who have become self-reliant and capable with the livelihood of self-help groups.
  • The Chief Minister said that the way these women have not only become self-reliant by joining various livelihoods in the face of adversity and challenges, but are also providing for their families in the best way, they are a source of energy for other women.
  • The Chief Minister said that the state government has worked to reach the schemes to every household through the 'Sarkar Aapke Dwar' program. During this period, not only the problems of the villagers have been solved, but work has also been done to give them their rights and rights with full respect.

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Jharkhand Student got the Biggest Package in the History of IIIT

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According to information received from the media on December 7, 2022, Charmy Ashish Mehta, a student of Computer Science and Engineering of IIIT (Indian Institute of Information Technology) Ranchi, has received the biggest package (Rs 83.38 lakh) in the history of IIIT.

Key Points

  • Charmy Ashish Mehta has received this package as a software engineer in Australia's Atlassian company. This is the largest package ever since the establishment of IIIT. Earlier, many students had received a package of Rs 50 lakh.
  • Apart from this, Charmy Ashish Mehta has also received offers from two other companies. These include a package of Rs 14.5 lakh from Infods Company and Rs 25 lakh from the productive company.
  • Director of IIIT Ranchi Prof. Vishnupriye said that after the Corona epidemic, students of the year 2019-2023 batch have managed to get many placement offers from multinational companies across India. In the current academic session, more than 83 per cent of the students have been placed.
  • Director Prof. Established in 2016, the institute is running on PPP mode in collaboration with the Centre and the state government.
  • Tushar Jain, a final year computer science and engineering student of the institute, won the UNESCO India-Africa Hackathon held from November 22 to 25, 2022 at Gautam Buddh University in Uttar Pradesh. Tusshar and his team were given Rs 3 lakh by Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar.
  • Tushar developed an app for self-care and regular check-ups for early detection of complications of diabetes mellitus in a 36-hour programme under the sub-theme of Health and Hygiene. Tushar won the title after 36 hours of intense coding.

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