- 11 February 2023
- By GyanOk
Daily Current Affairs Notes for 11 February 2023
International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2023 observed on 11 February
The United Nations General Assembly has designated February 11 as the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
International Day Of Women And Girls In Science 2023
The United Nations General Assembly has established February 11 as the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, acknowledging the substantial impact that women have in the areas of science and technology. Additionally, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030 highlights gender equality in science as a crucial aspect of its agenda.
International Day Of Women And Girls In Science 2023: Theme
This year's 8th International Day of Women and Girls in Science is centered around the theme "Innovate. Demonstrate. Elevate. Advance (IDEA): Fostering Sustainable and Equitable Development through Community Engagement." The emphasis of this year's celebration is on the relationship between the Sustainable Development Goals and the part women and girls play in the realm of science.
International Day Of Women And Girls In Science 2023: Significance
The International Day of Women and Girls in Science presents us with an opportunity to acknowledge the existing influence that women and girls have on science and to motivate young females to pursue careers in STEM fields. It provides support to women and girls who are inclined towards technical and scientific subjects in their education and professional pursuits.
International Day Of Women And Girls In Science: History
The United Nations declared February 11 as the International Day of Women and Girls in Science in 2015 with the aim of promoting gender equality and facilitating access for girls and women in scientific, technical, and mathematical fields. Despite notable progress in increasing the number of women in higher education, female representation remains low in these sectors.
Bajaj Finance Launched Insurance Mall for Easy-Buy Experience
Bajaj Finance launches Insurance Mall for its customers to ensure an Easy-buy experience. The new portal offers a plethora of policies and plans in the core insurance segment.
Bajaj Finance has introduced an Insurance Mall to provide its customers with a seamless purchasing experience. The new platform offers a wide range of policies and plans in the core insurance sector, as well as the company's unique Pocket Insurance and Subscription category.
Bajaj Finance Launched Insurance Mall for Easy-Buy Experience- Key Points
- Bajaj Finance has launched the Insurance Mall, offering over 250 policies and plans that cater to the diverse needs of customers. These products are regularly updated to maintain their relevance. The one-stop-shop platform includes a variety of insurance options, such as health insurance, two-wheeler and four-wheeler insurance, extended warranties, pocket insurance, and subscriptions.
- Customers who purchase insurance plans through the Bajaj Finance Insurance Mall benefit from a fully digital process, a comprehensive product list, affordable premiums, and customized plans. The company has also teamed up with some of India's top insurance providers to deliver products that align with the evolving demands of the industry.
About Bajaj Finance
Bajaj Finance Limited is a subsidiary of Bajaj Finserve, a leading Indian non-banking financial company based in Pune. The company was initially established as Bajaj Auto Finance Limited on March 25, 1987, with a focus on providing finance for two and three-wheeler vehicles.
After 11 years in the automobile finance market, Bajaj Auto Finance Limited launched its first public offering of equity shares and was subsequently listed on both the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange of India.
Supreme Court back to full strength with two more High Court Justices
India's Supreme Court is now back to its full strength of 34, with the elevation of two High Court Chief Justices to the apex court.
The Supreme Court of India has returned to its full complement of 34 judges with the appointment of two Chief Justices from High Courts to the apex court. This marks the first time the Supreme Court has been at full strength since September to November 2019. The Chief Justices of the Allahabad High Court and the Gujarat High Court have joined the 34-member collegium.
- Justices Rajesh Bindal and Aravind Kumar were nominated to the Supreme Court Collegium last month.
- These appointments come soon after the appointment of five judges to the Supreme Court on February 4, based on recommendations made in December 2022. Justices Pankaj Mithal, Sanjay Karol, PV Sanjay Kumar, Ahsanuddin Amanullah, and Manoj Misra were sworn in on February 6, following the announcement from the government.