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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

To The Point Updated Current Affairs For The Month of September 2020 That Has Been Asked/ Chances of being Asked in forth coming Various Government Competitive Exams

 To The Point Updated Current Affairs For The Month of September 2020 That Has Been Asked in Various Government Competitive Exams 


To The Point Updated Current Affairs For The Month of September 2020 That Has Been Asked/ Chances of being Asked  in forth coming Various Government Competitive Exams

Today in Many Government

Competitive Exams,

Questions related to 

Current Affairs has been 

asked regularly.

    Mainly in Banking 

Sector(IBPS) ,UPSC, 

SSC ,Railway, MPPSC

and more.

     I will provide you in details

Daily/ Monthly updates on

Current Affairs.

To the Point Information that

is very simple to learn and also key points and important facts have been underlined for importance.

So  these are Updated Current

Affairs For The Month of

September 2020 That Has 

Been Asked/ Chances of being

Asked  in forth coming 

Various Government 

Competitive Exams in 2020.

1) On September 28, 2020, senior IAS officer P.D. Vaghela was appointed as the Chairman of TRAI (Telecom Regulator of India). He has Has replaced Sharma.

2) On September 29, 2020, the World Health Organization announced that it would begin 120 million rapid diagnostic tests for COVID-19 in collaboration with its partners.

3) Himalayan lunar telescope completes 20 years


Every year, the United Nations celebrates the International Day for Universal Access to Information on 28 September.

       This year this day focuses on the right to information in times of crisis.


On 28 September 2020, Defense Minister Raj Nath Singh released a new defense acquisition process, 2020.

       It has special incentives for products designed and developed by Indian vendors.


On September 28, 2020, A new website for corona virus for the Treatment and Fighting with Covid 19 has been launched.

The purpose of this portal is to create awareness among the public.     

     Key point This portal will provide vaccine related information.

        It will also include efforts made in India towards vaccine development against COVID-19.


28 September is the birth anniversary of the great freedom fighter of India, Bhagat Singh.

      The 113th birth anniversary of Sardar Bhagat Singh is being celebrated this year.


On September 27, 2020, Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan announced that the Government of India will increase the health care spending in the country to 2.5% of GDP by 2025.


September 28 is celebrated worldwide as World Rabies Day, its purpose is to spread awareness about rabies disease and its prevention.

      The purpose of this day is to spread awareness about the effects of rabies on animals and humans and ways to prevent rabies.


United Nations Tourism Day is celebrated every year on 27 September, this day has been celebrated since 1980.

       On September 27, 1970, the United Nations World Tourism Organization rules were adopted.    

      The United Nations World Tourism Organization has designated this year as the 'Year of Tourism and Rural Development'.


The World Bank has approved a $ 200 million loan for Bangladesh to improve access to safe water and sanitation services in rural areas of the country.


 The fourth edition of the India-Japan Maritime Bilateral Exercise (JIMEX) will commence from September 26, 2020 in the North Arabian Sea.

     Duration of this JIMEX India-Japan Maritime Bilateral Exercise is 03 days


 The Central Government has notified the standards for safety assessment for hydrogen fuel cell based vehicles on 24 September 2020.

      The notification was issued by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.

     This has been done by making an amendment to the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989.


On 24 September 2020, Kerala won the United Nation Interagency Task Force Award for outstanding performance in the Sustainable Development Goals related to controlling non-communicable diseases.


26 September is observed as International Nuclear Weapon Complete Abolition Day.

      It aims to show the commitment of nuclear weapons disarmament by the global community.


On 25 September 2020, the National Medical Commission began its operations.

       This Commission has replaced the Medical Council of India.


Government of India has recently approved 670 electric buses and 241 charging stations under Phase II of the FAME scheme.

      The full form of FAME is Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles.

      It has been launched to promote the transport of electric vehicles in the country.


 On September 25, 2020, the Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana completed three years of success.

         The scheme was launched in 2017 to ensure electrification of all households in rural and urban areas of the country.


 On 23 September 2020, the Government of India constituted five task forces in five different core areas to promote the MSME sector in the country.

      This task force will prepare micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) for the future.

       This will create a concrete strategy in making the country a major exporter.


 On 24 September 2020, External Affairs Minister S.K. Jaishankar attended the informal meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation.

      During this meeting, it was highlighted that SAARC should remove cross-border terrorism, block contact, and impede trade.


India recently successfully test-fired the Prithvi II missile, which is indigenously developed.

     The test was conducted at Chandipur Integrated Test Range in Odisha.

       Key Point This missile covered a distance of 350 km. This test was part of regular practice.


On September 25, the birth anniversary of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya is celebrated as Antodaya Day across the country.    

         Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay was an intellectual, chronicler and Policy making activist.

The meaning of Antyodaya is how to elevate the fragile people.

23) Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers has recently approved to set up ten plastic parks in the country.

        These parks are being set up under the plastic park scheme launched in 2019.


The Indian Navy and the Australian Navy will participate in a two-day naval exercise in the Indian Ocean from 23 September 2020.

       This would include various anti-aircraft exercises, complex naval maneuvers and helicopter operations.

         Indo-Australian Naval Exercise This exercise includes advanced surface and anti-air drills.


The Lok Sabha passed the Jammu and Kashmir Official Language Bill, 2020 on 23 September 2020.

       Dogri, Kashmiri and Hindi Urdu and English will be the official languages ​​of Jammu and Kashmir under this Bill.

       This bill was passed by voice vote despite opposition. It is being opposed because Punjabi and Gojri are not included in it.


DRDO has successfully tested indigenously developed laser-guided anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) at the firing range in Maharashtra.

       The main point is the range of this weapon up to 4 km. It was commissioned by Armored Corps Center and School (ACC & S) at K.K. One MBT in the range was fired from Arjun tank.


The Banking Regulation (Amendment) Bill, 2020 which is an amendment to the Banking Regulations Act 1949 has been passed in Parliament.

     The bill will replace the Banking Regulation (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020 which was promulgated on 26 June 2020.

    Major provisions of the Bill This Bill empowers the RBI


On 22 September 2020, the Defense Research and Development Organization conducted a successful flight test of the ABHYAS-High Speed ​​Expandable Aerial Target (HEAT) vehicle at Balasore test range in Odisha. 

        It can now be used as a target for evaluation of missiles.

      The main point ABHYAS-HEAT is an aerial vehicle.


September 23 is celebrated as International Sign Language Day

      Its purpose is to spread awareness in the context of sign language.     

        This year the International Sign Language theme is "Right to Sign Language for All".


Every year World Rhino (Rhinoceros) Day is celebrated on 22 September by the World Wildlife Fund and many other international organizations.

       The day is celebrated to create awareness about the dangers of 5 rhinoceros species living in Asia and Africa.


On 21 September 2020, the airline Airbus launched three concepts for the first zero emission commercial aircraft.

        His aircraft will start functioning by 2035.

        Key Points The company's three concepts have been introduced under the code name ZEROe. These concepts are as follows: Turbofan design.

         It can seat 120 to 200 passengers.


 The Foreign Contribution Regulation (Amendment) Bill 2020 has been introduced in the Lok Sabha to amend the FCRA Act (Foreign Contribution Regulation Act), 2010.

        Major provisions of the Bill The Bill proposes to include public corporations which are included in the list of those entities owned and controlled by the Government of India.


Bihar Government has launched nine highway projects and 'Ghar Tak Fiber' scheme in Bihar on 21 September 2020.

        Under the 'Ghar Tak Fiber' scheme, optical fiber services will be provided in homes.


World Alzheimer's Day is observed on 21 September worldwide.

      The day is observed to raise awareness about the neurological condition, underlying causes, symptoms and its management.


International Peace Day is observed every year on 21 September.

      This day was first observed in 1981. It aims to promote global peace.

     The day is celebrated by all member states of the United Nations.


The Virtual Global Indian Scientific (VAIBHAV) Summit will be inaugurated by Hon'ble Prime Minister on 2 October 2020.   

      The summit will take place after approximately one month of deliberative sessions that will run from 3 October to 25 October 2020.      

       It will be conducted among researchers through a webinar.


The United Nations has included an 18-year-old Indian teenager Udit Singhal in the 2020 Class of Young Leaders for Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) list along with 17 others. Young Leaders for SDG

         Young Leaders for SDG initiative is the highest profile recognition opportunity for young people


The Institute for Management Development (IMD) along with Singapore University has released the Smart City Index for the year 2020 on 17 September.

This report states that Indian cities have registered a decline in technical updates.

Key facts The Smart Cities Index ranked 109 cities worldwide this year