Thursday, June 18, 2020

Intelligence agency warns government over use of 52 Chinese mobile apps, see full list

Indian security agencies have advised the government to block 52 mobile apps linked to China or inform people not to use them, as they are not safe to use.

 These apps are sending data on a large scale outside India.  The list of mobile applications sent to the government by the security agency includes applications like Zoom, TikiTalk, UC Browser, Xander, Share It and CleanMaster.

 A senior central government official said the proposal, made by intelligence agencies, was also supported by the National Security Council, which believed the applications could pose a threat to India's security.

In April this year, the Home Ministry advised the use of Zoom.  The ministry issued the advisory on the proposal of the National Cyber ​​Security Agency Computer Emergency Response Team India (CERT-IN).  The government is not the first country to ban the use of the Zoom app.

 Earlier, Taiwan also banned government agencies from using the Zoom app.  Germany and the United States have done the same.  The company responded to the Home Ministry's advice and said it was serious about protecting users.

 Western security agencies have expressed similar concerns about hardware and software associated with China.  One argument is also made that in a state of war, communication services could be damaged by them.


Sunday, June 14, 2020

GSEB HSC General Stream Result 2020 Arts & Commerce Gujarat Board 12th Results Declared, www.gseb.org

GSEB 12th General Stream Result 2020: The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) will announce the GSEB HSC General Stream Result 2020. As per the information available, students can expect to check their Gujarat 12th General stream results 2020 within this week. The Board will make the GSEB HSC General stream results 2020 available in the online mode only. Students will be required to visit the official website and enter their roll number and other credentials to be able to access their results. When announced officially, a direct link to Gujarat Board 12th General stream result 2020 will also be made available on the top of this page.

We urge the students to bookmark this article for all the latest news and updates on the GSEB 12th General Stream Result 2020. The GSEB Result 2020 will be available on the official website. JagranJosh will also update the live result link on this page for the students’ convenience.

GSEB 12th General Stream Result 2020: Date of Declaration

The Gujarat Board takes around 40 to 45 days to finish the checking of answer booklets and process the outcome information. The Gujarat HSC General Stream Result last year was declared on May 10. The students can expect the GSEB 12th General Stream Result to be announced in the month of June. The result date of Gujarat Board 12th General Stream Result 2020 will be released through an official notice. The students can bookmark this page and visit it routinely to get these updates. They can also subscribe to the message alert service to get updates directly in the mailbox. Until then the students can g through the exam dates and the tentative GSEB HSC General Stream Result 2020;

How to check Gujarat HSC General Stream Result 2020

The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) will declare the GSEB HSC General Stream Result 2020 on its official web portal- gseb.org. Upon the Gujarat Board 12th General Stream Result 2020 declaration there is going to be a rush on the official website to view the GSEB 12th General Stream Result 2020. But, due to this heavy traffic on the official portal, the students face many problems. In such cases, the students should not panic and should wait for the website to respond.
Alternatively, they can check their GSEB HSC General Stream Result 2020 scores on this page. JagranJosh has made provisions to offer the students with the swifter access to GSEB Result 2020. Furthermore, we have listed a set of instructions they can follow to get to the GSEB 12th General Stream Result 2020.
  • Firstly, click on http://gujarat12.jagranjosh.com or navigate to the top of the page
  • Now, furnish the required details in the form provided
  • Check and submit the information
  • View and download the Gujarat Board 12th General Stream Result 2020

Previous Year Statistics of Gujarat HSC General Stream Result 2020 as per gseb.org

With just a month away from the upcoming GBSE 12th General Stream exam results, it is common for students to be anxious. Such students can calm their nerves by looking at previous year statistics of GBSE 12th General Stream Result. Until the Gujarat Board 12th General Stream Result 2020 is proclaimed, the students can analyse earlier year's Gujarat Board 12th Result score for General Stream. The statistics will provide the students with a clearer picture as to what can they expect from GSEB HSC General Stream 2020 results.

GBSE HSC General Stream Result - Key Statistics from Last Year

Total Number of Registered students: 3,56,869
Total Number of Appeared students: 3,55,562
Total Number of Passed students: 2,60,503
Overall Pass Percentage: 73.27%
Pass Percentage of Boys: 67.94%
Pass Percentage of Girls: 79.27%
Total Number of Exam Centres: 472
Best Performing District: Patan | 85.03%
Worst Performing District: Panchmahal | 45.82

Monday, June 8, 2020

GSEB 10th Result 2020: Gujarat Board to Release Class 10 SSC Results at gseb.org; How to Check

GSEB 10th Result 2020: Gujarat Board to Release Class 10 SSC Results  at gseb.org; How to Check

The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) is set to announce the GSEB SSC Result 2020 for the class 10 students tomorrow (June 9, Tuesday) at 8 am. The Gujarat Board will release the GSEB 10th results on its official website at gseb.org. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Gujarat board results were postponed as the process of evaluation was halted. Approximately, 11 lakh students, who had sat for the GSEB SSC exam, are now anxiously waiting for the results to be declared.

The GSEB class 10 students, who had taken the exams that were held from March 5 to March 17 are advised to keep their admit cards ready for a hassle-free result-checking process. The method of checking your result has been explained below.

Check Results :- Click Here

How to check result via SMS

If the website is down or slow, students can check their results by sending an SMS in this format — SSC SEAT NUMBER — to 56263.

The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (abbreviated as GSEB) is the governmental body, which is responsible for academic administration in the state of Gujarat and has its jurisdiction over the state’s secondary and higher secondary education. It was formed on the basis of ’The Gujarat Secondary Education Act 1972’. The board supervises, organises, controls, regulates and looks after the matters associated with school education in the state of Gujarat.

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

To get the ownership of the land that fell into the hands of Shri Sarkar

     Order of the Prime Minister to take over the ownership of the land which has fallen in Shri Sarkar

Mumbai Land Revenue Code Amendment (The Bombay Land Revenue Code Amendment), 9636. Government revenue is generated through land revenue. The land is the mother earth. On the day of Akhatrij, farmers start the new year by worshiping the land and farm implements. The farmer who owns the farm land needs to have knowledge of the land documents. Not everyone can buy and sell arable land. He needs to be a farmer. Farmers with arable land are farmers under the old new condition.

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Saturday, May 16, 2020

May Mass Free Cereals Second Time | BPL | APL 1 | AAY | NFSA free cereals | Will get extra grain | On what date

May Mass Free Cereals Second Time | BPL | APL 1 | AAY | NFSA free cereals | Will get extra grain | On what date

  • Supplies were distributed to BPL, Antyodaya family
  • No family in the state will have food grains
  • Grain supply will be provided to APL-1 card holders

The government has drawn up an action plan on Corona. Another important decision has been taken in the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel. Chief Minister's Secretary Ashwini Kumar held a press conference on the issue. In which he said that supplies have been distributed to 8 lakh Antyodaya families.

No family in the state will have a shortage of food. 3 lakh 40 thousand BPL families have been supplied. While now 60 lakh families will be provided foodgrains. Apart from BPL, Anna Brahma Yojana, now APL-1 customers will also get free foodgrains. However its delivery dates will now be announced.

It has also been decided to provide free foodgrains to the remaining 60 lakh APL-1 customers in the state who are not covered under the NSFA (National Food Safety Act). For the month of April, APL-1 customers will be given 10 kg of wheat, 3 kg of rice, 1 kg of lentils, 1 kg of sugar free of cost. The government's decision has been announced by Chief Minister's Secretary Ashwini Kumar.

Self-reliant Gujarat Sahay Yojana will get loan assistance of Rs. 1 lakh.

Insurance is a means of protection from financial loss. It is a form of risk management, primarily used to hedge against the risk of a contingent or uncertain loss.

An entity which provides insurance is known as an insurer, insurance company, insurance carrier or underwriter. A person or entity who buys insurance is known as an insured or as a policyholder. The insurance transaction involves the insured assuming a guaranteed and known relatively small loss in the form of payment to the insurer in exchange for the insurer's promise to compensate the insured in the event of a covered loss. The loss may or may not be financial, but it must be reducible to financial terms, and usually involves something in which the insured has an insurable interest established by ownership, possession, or preexisting relationship.

The insured receives a contract, called the insurance policy, which details the conditions and circumstances under which the insurer will compensate the insured. The amount of money charged by the insurer to the insured for the coverage set forth in the insurance policy is called the premium. If the insured experiences a loss which is potentially covered by the insurance policy, the insured submits a claim to the insurer for processing by a claims adjuster. The insurer may hedge its own risk by taking out reinsurance, whereby another insurance company agrees to carry some of the risk, especially if the primary insurer deems the risk too large for it to carry.

What is 'Life Insurance'
Life insurance is a contract between an insurer and a policyholder in which the insurer guarantees payment of a death benefit to named beneficiaries upon the death of the insured. The insurance company promises a death benefit in consideration of the payment of premium by the insured.

BREAKING DOWN 'Life Insurance'
The purpose of life insurance is to provide financial protection to surviving dependents after the death of an insured. It is essential for applicants to analyze their financial situation and determine the standard of living needed for their surviving dependents before purchasing a life insurance policy. Life insurance agents or brokers are instrumental in assessing needs and establishing the type of life insurance most suitable to address those needs. Several life insurance channels are available including whole life, term life, universal life, and variable universal life (VUL) policies. It is prudent to re-evaluate life insurance needs annually, or after significant life events like marriage, divorce, the birth or adoption of a child, and major purchases, like a house.

How Life Insurance Works
There are three major components of a life insurance policy.

Death benefit is the amount of money the insurance company guarantees to the beneficiaries identified in the policy upon the death of the insured. The insured will choose their desired death benefit amount based on estimated future needs of surviving heirs. The insurance company will determine whether there is an insurable interest and if the insured qualifies for the coverage based on the company's underwriting requirements.
Premium payments are set using actuarially based statistics. The insurer will determine the cost of insurance (COI), or the amount required to cover mortality costs, administrative fees, and other policy maintenance fees. Other factors that influence the premium are the insured’s age, medical history, occupational hazards, and personal risk propensity. The insurer will remain obligated to pay the death benefit if premiums are submitted as required. With term policies, the premium amount includes the cost of insurance (COI). For permanent or universal policies, the premium amount consists of the COI and a cash value amount.
Cash value of permanent or universal life insurance is a component which serves two purposes. It is a savings account, which can be used by the policyholder, during the life of the insured, with cash accumulated on a tax-deferred basis. Some policies may have restrictions on withdrawals depending on the use of the money withdrawn. The second purpose of the cash value is to offset the rising cost or to provide insurance as the insured ages.
Life Insurance Riders
Many insurance companies offer policyholders the option to customize their policies to accommodate their personal needs. Riders are the most common way a policyholder may modify their plan. There are many riders, but availability depends on the provider.

The accidental death benefit rider provides additional life insurance coverage in the event the insured's death is accidental.
The waiver of premium rider ensures the waiving of premiums if the policyholder becomes disabled and unable to work.
The disability income rider pays a monthly income in the event the policyholder becomes disabled.
Upon diagnosis of terminal illness, the accelerated death benefit rider (ADB) allows the insured to collect a portion or all of the death benefit.
Each policy is unique to the insured and insurer. Reviewing the policy document is necessary to understand coverages in force and if additional coverage is needed.
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Power-to-gas (often abbreviated P2G) is a technology that converts electrical power to a gas fuel. When using surplus power from wind generation, the concept is sometimes called windgas. There are currently three methods in use; all use electricity to split water into hydrogen and oxygen by means of electrolysis.[citation needed]

In the first method, the resulting hydrogen is injected into the natural gas grid or is used in transport or industry. The second method is to combine the hydrogen with carbon dioxide and convert the two gases to methane (see natural gas) using a methanation reaction such as the Sabatier reaction, or biological methanation resulting in an extra energy conversion loss of 8%. The methane /SNG may then be fed into the natural gas grid or further converted in to LPG by synthesising SNG with partial reverse hydrogenation at high pressure and low temperature. LPG in turn can be converted into alkylate which is a premium gasoline blending stock because it has exceptional antiknock properties and gives clean burning.[3] The third method uses the output gas of a wood gas generator or a biogas plant, after the biogas upgrader is mixed with the produced hydrogen from the electrolyzer, to upgrade the quality of the biogas.

Impurities, such as carbon dioxide, water, hydrogen sulfide, and particulates, must be removed from the biogas if the gas is used for pipeline storage to prevent damage.

Natural gas is a naturally occurring hydrocarbon gas mixture consisting primarily of methane, but commonly including varying amounts of other higher alkanes, and sometimes a small percentage of carbon dioxide, nitrogen, hydrogen sulfide, or helium. It is formed when layers of decomposing plant and animal matter are exposed to intense heat and pressure under the surface of the Earth over millions of years. The energy that the plants originally obtained from the sun is stored in the form of chemical bonds in the gas.

Natural gas is a fossil fuel used as a source of energy for heating, cooking, and electricity generation. It is also used as a fuel for vehicles and as a chemical feedstock in the manufacture of plastics and other commercially important organic chemicals. Fossil fuel based natural gas is a non-renewable resource.[3]

Natural gas is found in deep underground rock formations or associated with other hydrocarbon reservoirs in coal beds and as methane clathrates. Petroleum is another resource and fossil fuel found in close proximity to and with natural gas. Most natural gas were created over time by two mechanisms: biogenic and thermogenic. Biogenic gas is created by methanogenic organisms in marshes, bogs, landfills, and shallow sediments. Deeper in the earth, at greater temperature and pressure, thermogenic gas is created from buried organic material.

Electricity generation is the process of generating electric power from sources of primary energy. For electric utilities in the electric power industry, it is the first stage in the delivery of electricity to end users, the other stages being transmission, distribution, energy storage and recovery, using pumped-storage method.

A characteristic of electricity is that it is not a primary energy freely present in nature in remarkable amounts and it must be produced. Production is carried out in power stations (also called "power plants"). Electricity is most often generated at a power plant by electromechanical generators, primarily driven by heat engines fueled by combustion or nuclear fission but also by other means such as the kinetic energy of flowing water and wind. Other energy sources include solar photovoltaics and geothermal power.

The utility electricity sector in India has one National Grid with an installed capacity of 346.05 GW as on 31 October 2018.[2] Renewable power plants constituted 33.60% of total installed capacity. During the fiscal year 2017-18, the gross electricity generated by utilities in India was 1,303.49 TWh and the total electricity generation (utilities and non utilities) in the country was 1,486.5 TWh.[4][5] The gross electricity consumption was 1,149 kWh per capita in the year 2017-18.[4] India is the world's third largest producer and third largest consumer of electricity. Electric energy consumption in agriculture was recorded highest (17.89%) in 2015-16 among all countries.[4] The per capita electricity consumption is low compared to many countries despite cheaper electricity tariff in India.[8]

India has surplus power generation capacity but lacks adequate infrastructure for supplying electricity to all needy people. In order to address the lack of adequate electricity supply to all the people in the country by March 2019, the Government of India launched a scheme called "Power for All". This scheme will ensure continuous and uninterrupted electricity supply to all households, industries and commercial establishments by creating and improving necessary infrastructure. It is a joint collaboration of the Government of India with states to share funding and create overall economic growth.

India's electricity sector is dominated by fossil fuels, and in particular coal, which in 2017-18 produced about three fourths of all electricity. However, the government is pushing for an increased investment in renewable energy. The National Electricity Plan of 2018 prepared by the Government of India states that the country does not need additional non-renewable power plants in the utility sector until 2027, with the commissioning of 50,025 MW coal-based power plants under construction and achieving 275,000 MW total installed renewable power capacity after retirement of nearly 48,000 MW old coal fired plants.
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