COVID-19 or Coronavirus has rocked Karnataka too. The state also witnessed the 1st death in India due to the virus. In order to contain the spread, the Karnataka government has set up COVID-19 test centres across the state including major cities like Bangalore, Mysore, and Shimoga. Here is a list of COVID-19 test centres in […]
The democratically elected, Government of Karnataka has supreme authority over the state’s 30 districts. The chief minister and his/her council of ministers are appointed by Karnataka’s constitutional head, the governor. The bicameral state legislature of Karnataka consists of Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council.
The seat of Karnataka’s state legislature, the Vidhan Soudha, is aptly located in its state capital, Bangalore. There are three prime political parties in Karnataka, the Indian National Congress, the Bharatiya Janata Party and Janata Dal Secular. Presently, the BJP is the ruling party of Karnataka, with B. S. Yediyurappa as the elected chief minister of the state.
The Government of Karnataka has launched many people friendly programs such as the Anna Bhagya, Ksheera Bhagya, Runamukta Bhagya and Vidya Sira. The state government has also announced a new free laptop scheme under which students enrolling at government colleges in the year 2017-18 will receive free laptops. Read more about Karnataka Government
For those who have tested positive for Corona Virus can be treated in the following Hospitals in Karnataka. The source of information are various official Twitter handles: CM of Karnataka (BSY), Public Relations Wing of Karnataka Govt, Karnataka State Health Department, Dr. Ashwathnarayan C. N COVID-19 Karnataka: Sahaya Group A platform to discuss Carona Virus […]
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa presented his 7th budget on Thursday, March 5. An 87 page Karnataka budget 2020 was presented Yediyurappa and took around 110 minutes to complete his budget speech. The major proposal in Karnataka’s budget 2020 is to increase in the excise duty on petrol, diesel and Indian Made Liquor (IML). Tax […]
53 services offered by the initiative Plan based on the service offered by Delhi’s AAP government Service to be extended to all of Bengaluru by Phase 3 In a bid to make their citizen’s lives more comfortable, the Karnataka government recently announced the launch of a Jana Sevaka initiative; a plan whereby health cards, marriage […]
Digital Continued Medical Education (CME) program, a Karnataka government initiative is to ensure that health professionals are getting the latest medical education online. Read on to know more about digital CME program. Karnataka is one of the pioneers in the medical education and medical tourism sector. The state has the distinction of running the highest […]
Here is a list of 2020 Bank holidays in Karnataka. Banks will remain closed on 2nd and fourth Saturdays of every month. This is the official list published by the Karnataka Government. Comprehensive List Of 2020 Bank Holidays In Karnataka What Are The Transactions You Can Do On A Bank Holiday In Karnataka? As one would […]
Funding to launch any start-up at the early stage of conceptualisation is the biggest challenge for any. It is more difficult for the women technocrats. Keeping this issue in the mind, the Karnataka government launched this unique scheme – Idea2PoC Fund. Idea2PoC Fund –An Overview The scheme is being implemented through the start-up cell […]
How to register societies in Karnataka? What are the documents and fee required to register societies and associations in Karnataka? Find out answers to all your queries. In the state of Karnataka, thousands of organisations are working with the state government in various sectors. Education, Health, Environment are the most preferred service sectors by these […]
Government of Karnataka has declared its list of holidays for 2018. This does not include the unforeseen bandhs, strikes etc.!
In the model of central government’s Jawahar Navodaya Schools, the state government has started residential schools for the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward Class, and students from the rural areas. Karnataka government residential schools are established with the aim of imparting quality education across the state. In these schools, NCERT syllabus is taught in […]