Ppt on education schemes in india

MDG: Progress in India.

2004-Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV) Scheme Legislatation Policies are been made To make primary education compulsory, Govt. of India with constitution made mandate compulsory to have free primary education. There are other initiative like   Bridge gender disparity Intervention to support literacy 1992 – Programme of action – given impetus to universalizing elementary education. 1986 – National policy on education made –later revised in 1992 2002 – Canstitutional 86th amendment act/


HEALTH PROBLEMS IN ELDERLY Pravin Pisudde. Framework Definitions Introduction Demographic trends Physiological/Biological changes in aging Health and.

in India. India Govt. was never unmindful of the welfare of the elderly Constitution of India, under article 41, “the state shall, within the limits of its economic capacity and development, make effective provision for securing the right to work, to education and to public assistance in/ for economic security of older persons Civil services scheme of the central and the state government: In 1998, there were 7.3 million civil services pensioner in India in 1998, the average pension to average wage for/


In India the Guru or the teacher is held in high esteem. Indeed, there is an understanding that if the devotee were presented with the guru and God,

been made free for children for six to 16 years of age. The District Primary Education Programme (DPEP) was launched in 1994 with an aim to universalize primary education in India by reforming and vitalizing the existing primary education system The Mid-day Meal Scheme is the popular name for school meal programme in India. It involves provision of lunch free of cost to school-children on all working/


National Funding Agency. Research Grants: NATIONAL FUNDING AGENCY  Introduction  Funding Agencies  Types of Fund  Funding scheme.

of Water Resources (MOWR)  Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA)  University Grants Commission (UGC) All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)  Research &institutional development schemes  Modernization & Removal of obsolescence scheme  Research promotion schemes(RPS)  Nationally coordinated project( NCP)  National facilities in engineering & technology with industrial collaboration (NAFETIC)  Industry institute partnership cell (IIPC)  Entrepreneurship development cell/


Indian Educational System An Overview of Medieval & Modern Education (Pre-independence Period) By Dr. Rashmi Soni.

were made for primary education- Basic Education Scheme, Vidya Mandir Scheme and the Voluntary School Scheme. Abbott and Wood were invited to reorganize vocational education in the country. The report gave many important suggestions such as Organization of Vocational Education Council, to consider vocational education at par with literary and science education, to open vocational schools separately etc. In 1937 Congress ministries were formed in many provinces of India, according to the Government/


9/4/2015 Lesson learnt from the Slum up-gradation under JnNURM Scheme Empirical evidences in Surat city of Western India Arjun Patel, Centre for Social.

scheme in the year 2005 to give new look to the Indian large and medium size cities, the Surat city in its CCP extensively introduce this Program. 4 September 2015 ‘ Urban renewal’ under JnNURM ‘Urban renewal’ is one of the major the thrust areas of the Central Government. Under JnNURM, the Central Government of India had declared housing schemes/Socially of lower communities, economically poor and educationally illiterate background. Mostly they found engaged in the unorganized sector. Large numbers of them/


Welcome to Press Brief on Common Service Center scheme of Government of India “The Social Transformation Mission” Stakeholders -Government of Madhya Pradesh,

Leading to more strong and knowledge power house THE INDIA Our VISION of CSC scheme 80% of Indian population is in rural area. The development projects are changing the scenario of India and we are targeting above 9% GDP. There is/ a need to take these development to Rural areas. At present there is gap in Rural and Urban Development. The Divide 1.Education/


1. IMPLEMENTATION OF MID DAY MEAL SCHEME  The department of Elementary Education is the nodal department for implementation of MID DAY MEAL in the State.

the Higher /Sr. Sec. Schools should follow the instructions of the MDM Scheme in letter and Spirit to comply with directions of the Supreme Court of India.  JRM observed that MDM Scheme is better implemented in the Primary schools as compared to Upper primary schools, who are under the control of Director, Higher Education. There is a need to orientate Headmasters/Principals of the High/Sr/


Foreign Trade Policy Export Promotion Schemes. Foreign Trade Policy, 2009-14 NCA 2 Legal Framework General Provisions regarding Import and Export Special.

Educational Institutions (receipt of donation, equity etc. except course fees and consultancy provided by institution)  Export turnover of schemes /in India  Supply of a service from India through commercial / physical presence in the territory of any other country  Supply of a service in India relating to exports paid in free foreign exchange or in Indian Rupees which are otherwise considered as having being paid for in free foreign exchange by RBI. NCA 41 Export Promotion Capital Goods (EPCG) Scheme/


1 All India Chartered Accountant’s Society 4th Workshop on Service Tax (Session XX I) Date: 23 July, 2011 Dr. Sanjiv Agarwal New DelhiFCA, FCS, ACIS(UK)

Operators Association of Tamilnadu v. Union of India (2001) 134 ELT 618 (Madras) 21 Rent –a-cab Operator’s Services Rent a cab scheme operator [Section 65 (91)] Rent-a-cab-scheme operator means any person engaged in the business of renting cabs.  The operator/from home to office is covered Even a journey from home to office is covered May exclude tours for educational body May exclude tours for educational body 32 Tour Operator’s Services Tour operator [Section 65(115)] (Revised w.e.f. 16.5.2008)/


MUTUAL FUNDS COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEME, PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS AN INTRODUCTION R K NAIR, EX- ED, SEBI.

Products Bonds Debt Funds Fixed Deposits May 25, 2016 Custodian Mutual Fund Scheme 1 Scheme 2 Scheme 3 AMC Sponsor Trustee Scheme 4 SEBI RTA Trust Deed Investment & Advisory Services Investment Management Agreement Structure of Mutual Funds in India May 25, 2016 Evolution of MF Industry in India PHASE I – 1963-1986 1963- UTI is India’s first mutual fund 1964 UTI launches US-64 1971 UTI’s ULIP/


1 Mid Day Meal Scheme Ministry of HRD Government of India PAB-MDM Meeting – Maharashtra 15.03.2011.

. of India  Last Meeting of State level Steering cum Monitoring Committee held on 03/08/2010  Next meeting proposed to be held on 22/03/2011 SSMC Meeting Capacity building and training - 2009-10 & 2010-11,  YASHDA, a state level training institute has arranged training programmes for District Education officers, Superintendents,Block Education Officers and field functionaries etc. involved in Mid Day Meal Scheme. Best/


1 CSC e-Governance Services India Limited www.csc.gov.in Creating Rural Entrepreneurship Redefining Governance.

www.csc.gov.in Education IT Mass Literacy Programme- during September, 2014 to February, 2016, a total of 50,99,123 persons have been registered under this Programme, while a total of 38,30,327 persons have been trained under this Programme. NDLM (Phase-I) 1.The Scheme- Department of Electronics & Information Technology (DeitY), Ministry of Communication & Information Technology, Government of India introduced the/


Vandana Singh Delhi, India Experience Sharing and learnings Single Window Delivery Initiatives: Innovations for Inclusive Development.

instructor, Help Desk assistant, Non Formal Education instructor, Community Mobilizers, Accountant  Besides the women empowerment and development programs, the Single Window Centers also facilitate access to Govt. schemes in the community; Used for UID- Unique /on improving deliverability…it will promote implementation in a transparent manner…this is important for eliminating corruption and for ensuring full benefits reach the people…” 39 President of India Mission won (CAPAM) International Innovations /


Importance of social protection, Social protection floor concept, Country examples in Asia Ms. Valerie Schmitt ILO DWT Bangkok.

accessibility – both work hand in hand, are articulated Availability of essential services: -Housing, WATSAN, -Education/skills, -Health care supply, -Food/Nutrition, … Accessibility of these services through basic transfers in cash or in kind: -Subsidized health insurance/ fee of 30 Rupees paid by the members. Social Protection Floor in India www.rsby.gov.in Social Protection Floor in India National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) Target: Rural unemployed and underemployed Self-targeting Cash-for-/


Vandana Singh Delhi, India Experience Sharing and learnings Single Window Delivery Initiatives: Innovations for Inclusive Development.

India Mission Convergence, Delhi, India Basic amenities available in planned colonies and unplanned/unauthorized colonies Workers in the organized and unorganized sectors. Basic amenities available in planned colonies and unplanned/unauthorized colonies Workers in the/, Help Desk assistant, Non Formal Education instructor, Community Mobilizers, Accountant Besides the women empowerment and development programs, the Single Window Centers also facilitate access to Govt. schemes in the community; Used for UID- /


IMPORTANT LABOUR AND FACTORY LEGISLATIONS IN INDIA

MADHU , INC KANNUR contd Obligations – not to carryon any other business for gain or to take admission in educational institution without permission to observe strict secrecy of company matters not to take photographs, drawing or documents of /EMPLOYEES STATE INSURANCE ACT, 1948 Act extends to the whole of India, However The ESI Scheme is being implemented area-wise by stages. The Scheme has already been implemented in different areas in all States/Union Territories except Nagaland, Manipur, Tripura, Sikkim,/


AADHAAR – India’s experiment with the Universal ID Number Anit N. Mukherjee National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP), New Delhi Presentation.

: To cover 600 million in 5 years Focus: The /India’s population had bank or post office a/c until 2005, increased to 20% now – Less than 10 percent of India/Scheme Maternal Health Services; Nutrition; Transport Janani Suraksha Yojana; NRHM components on ante-natal care Maternal and Child Health Services Immunization; NRHM components on neo- natal care Pre-school; School; Nutrition Integrated Child Development Services; Universal Education; School Feeding High school; vocational training; higher education/


Strategy for Increasing India’s Share in Global Exports of Made-ups

Research and other Auxiliary Activities and Tuition & Miscellaneous Fees 410.61 E. Other Educational Funds 57.24 Total Fund (A+B+C+D+E) 1956.18 1956/India’s Strategy India need to build a strategy to capture maximum share in consuming world i. e. US and Europe. India needs to take cognizance of shifting global trade patterns due to various FTAs Adverse Factors Vanishing Export Incentives due to GST implementation and WTO compliance. Higher cost of Finance because discontinuation of interest subvention scheme/


Madhya Pradesh: Means Business

and Pressing units, skilled manpower, developed education system, entrepreneur skills etc are some of the reasons for rapid growth of the industry in the State. Presence of major textile /in the state and has made investments more lucrative. Highlights of Special Incentives Given to Textile Industry Special Incentives to Readymade Garment, Powerlooms and Made-up Garment industries: Benefits under Government of India’s schemes such as Apparel Park Scheme, Textile Centre Infrastructure Development Scheme/


Department of Science & Technology Technology Bhavan New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IN INDIA AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR FUNDING 5 th March,

university  Expand the FIST to undergraduate science education  Introduce mentoring support for EMR funding scheme  leveraging partnerships and alliances  Interdisciplinary projects  fostering an innovation landscape Some Recent Initiatives Ramanujan Fellowship:  For those renowned NRI Scientists who want to return to India and continue research in Academic Institutes/ Universities or National Labs.  The Fellow should be nominated by the Head of the Institute/ University or/


FOOD-BASED INTERVENTIONS FOR IMPROVING MALNUTRITION IN INDIA

Introduction of a multi-sectoral programme to address maternal and child malnutrition in selected 200 high burden districts. Introducing nationwide information, education and communication campaign against malnutrition. Making nutrition a focus in the programmes in schemes of line Ministries. Existing Nutrition & Health interventions in India Concern Ministries Activities Ministry of Woman & Child Development Nutritional advocacy & awareness programme Nutrition programmes for adolescent girls Micronutrient/


DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

/Upper Primary Schools FUND FLOW CHART Government of India. Govt. of Himachal Pradesh Centre share Govt. of Himachal Pradesh Govt. of Himachal Pradesh (State Share) Department of Elementary Education Dy. Director / Block Elementary Education officers School Management Committee of concerned school Performance of State during 2012-13 Latest Status of implementation of Mid Day Meal Scheme in H.P. Detail of Schools SN Stages Number/


A Scheme for the Empowerment of Adolescent Girls in West Bengal, India

Little perceptible outcome of legal enforcement and anti-child marriage campaigns Effectiveness of CCT schemes in creating social safety net and in negotiating behavior change Rationale for promoting education as a strategy: Reduces probability of child marriage (UNFPA) and increases employability (World Bank) Analysis of shortcomings in existing CCT schemes for children in India Multiplicity of milestones, eligibility criteria and benefits over a protracted period of time Operational/


YOUR GATEWAY TO INDIAN JEWELLERY MARKET. Indian Jewellery Indicators Tap into a huge market – India is a US$ 27.5 billion Jewellery market India’s Jewellery.

precious and semi-precious jewellery in India. Kolkata is know for its craftsmanship and skilled Karigars. Launched show and the only B2B show for east of India SHOW HIGHLIGHTS 150+ Exhibitors 3000 unique buyers expected Educational workshops and seminars presented by/ as applicable Kolkata Jewellery & Gem & Pearl Fair 2013 11 – 13 January 2014, Milan Mela, Kolkata Jewellery SectionMachinery Section *Shell Scheme US$ 200/sqmUS$ 175/sqm (Min 9 sqm) *Raw SchemeUS$ 166/sqmUS$ 150/sqm (Min 18 sqm) *Taxes as/


1 15:30/16:45 - Panel 4 Asset Management: New Trends in Products and Management Techniques in India.

funds, Education Funds, Insurance linked funds, Exchange traded funds Gold ETFs introduced in 2007..........and Real Estate Mutual Funds (REMFs) on the drawing board 29 Investor Education Campaign Every Fund House carries out education campaigns /India Bonds, Post Office Monthly Income Schemes, Senior Citizen Savings Schemes, National Savings Certificates etc. 32 THANK YOU ASSOCIATION OF MUTUAL FUNDS IN INDIA 33 15:30/16:45 - Panel 4 Asset Management: New Trends in Products and Management Techniques in India/


DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT (DSM)

limits of Municipalities/Corporations and Bangalore Development Authority sectors. All Government buildings/Residential schools/All educational institutions/Technical/Vocational Education Institutions/ All training institutions/ Hostels/ Tourism complexes/ Universities/ Community centers/ Kalyana Mantapas where facility /a saving of an average 8-10% of energy by all participating customers in this scheme. This pilot is the first of its kind in India conducted by a public utility using an NGO. 5. 6. Replacement of /


Skill India The current education system does not focus on training young people in employable skills that can provide them with employment opportunities,

management company offering Skill Development and Distance Education Courses across India We have expertise in Network development, Training, Marketing & Advertisement, Logistics, Back Office Operations, Coordination & Project Management Authorized by National Skill Development Corporation to offer STAR Scheme (1) with due affiliation with following Sector Skill Councils Strong academic back up & course content Skill Development Eco System in India Indicators of Aging (2000, 2025 & 2050) Country Median/


(A Govt. of India Enterprise)

Provide innovative financing solutions to promote and develop world class infrastructure in India." Establishment of IIFCL & IIFCL’s Mandate IIFCL – Incorporated in 2006 Governed by a Scheme called SIFTI (Scheme for Financing Viable Infrastructure Projects) approved by the Government Gives / leading practitioners of PPP Railways likely to be largest Concessioning Authority in future PPPs In India Sector No of Projects Value (Rs Cr) Airports 05 19,111 Education 17 1,850 Energy 56 67,245 Healthcare 08 1,833 /


India – Some Basic Info Land – 32,87,263 sq km; 7 th largest in the world Pop – 102 cr. (2001 Census); 2 nd most populous 28 states, 7 UTs including 1.

financial services, and community, social & personal services. 54-56% Micro finance hub of India is Andhra Pradesh IT and Biotechnology hub is Bangalore Automobile hub is Tamil Nadu Indian /Education was first established in 1920 National Programme of Nutritional support to Primary Education was launched in 1995 NCERT set up in 1961 National Literacy Mission was launched in 1988 Navodaya Schools launched in 1985 Education - 2 Mid-Day Meal Scheme – Launched 1995, aims to increase enrolment & retention in/


Ministry of Home Affairs

Education, Unemployment, Poverty Awareness Raising; Sound Policies Enforcement Assistance; Empowering Victims; Human Rights Based Approach Criminalisation; Investigation; Sensitization of Stakeholders International Cooperation Rescue, Rehabilitation & Reintegration in/ every quarter. MHA- Comprehensive Anti-Trafficking Scheme for Strengthening Law Enforcement A Comprehensive Scheme for Strengthening Law Enforcement Response to Trafficking in Persons in India The scheme consists of Training of Trainers (TOT)/


IMPORTANT LABOUR AND FACTORY LEGISLATIONS IN INDIA

Trainees Raghubar Jha contd Obligations – not to carryon any other business for gain or to take admission in educational institution without permission to observe strict secrecy of company matters not to take photographs, drawing or documents of/ STATE INSURANCE ACT, 1948 Act extends to the whole of India, However The ESI Scheme is being implemented area-wise by stages. The Scheme has already been implemented in different areas in all States/Union Territories except Nagaland, Manipur, Tripura, Sikkim,/


Government College of Engineering Kannur

Development The college union activities, Department Association activities, programmes conducted under IEEE student chapter, National Service scheme,  Environmental club etc give students to improve their overall skills and social commitments. There is one/The cell also offers guidance and coaching for GATE Examination for the final year students. In addition, information regarding higher education facilities in India and abroad is also made available. TPC also engage the following activity for the students/


CONSTRUCTION SECTOR IN INDIA Chander Agarwal Chander Agarwal Roll#22A Roll#22A.

permitted in:  industrial parks  resorts  educational institutions  recreational facilities  SEZ’s, etc Growth Potential & Expected Trends Increase in urbanization & working population High disposable incomes & aspiration levels Easier access to finance Fiscal incentives on house loans India accepted/budget hotels on Railways’ landwould be undertaken by IRCTC under the Public-Private Partnership scheme. Major Players Real Estate Developers Real Estate Developers Indian:DLF,Unitech,Universal,Parsvanath, /


B.A. LL.B. Vth Sem Constitution of India.

, acquire, hold, transfer, or dispose of immovable properties in India, except for agricultural properties, open rupee bank accounts, lend in rupees to Indian residents, and make investments in India etc., being eligible for various housing schemes under the Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) or the central or State governments, their children can obtain admission in educational institutions in India in the general category quota for non-resident Indians. Possession of a/


Demand Driven Vocational Training; Certification & Recognition of Skills Situation Analysis – India Presentation by Y.P. Sharma Director (Trg.) DGE&T.

” are used interchangeably or the use of combined term- ”Vocational Education and Training” (VET). In Indian Context- education and training have been traditionally separated. Vocational Education (VE) &Vocational Training (VT) in India Vocational Education’ refers to vocational courses being offered in schools for Grades 11 and 12 students under a Centrally Sponsored Scheme Vocationalization of Secondary Education‘. Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD ) has overall responsibility. Vocational/


BANKING IN THE HINTERLAND BY MATHEW JOSEPH ASST GENERAL MANAGER ANDHRA BANK HEAD OFFICE::HYDERABAD A NDHRA B ANK.

PRODUCTS & RURAL MARKET ACCESS DATE : 14 th February, 2007 A NDHRA B ANK The Rural Scene in India Deposit & Credit Schemes Offered By Banks Communication of Rural Banking Products & Communication through IT & through Rural Institutes Financial Inclusion / internet services etc.,.  Opening of satellite offices. A NDHRA B ANK COMMUNICATION via RURAL INSTITUTES Banks are educating the poor through rural institutes Various banks have institutes at different Districts/States Women are also being trained Some /


PROGRAM ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSE OUTLINE Session 1. INTRODUCTION OF ALL IN MBA CLASS !!! Self Entrepreneurship story !!! Nature and development of Entrepreneurship.

Tata 3.Need to develop Management Education to supplement their Entrepreneurship qualities. 4. Programs and incentives for Entrepreneurs to start business in back ward areas 5.Develop Entrepreneurial talent in India, In Japan, they come from the underprivileged/ an answer and always question why !!! SOURCES OF FINANCE SESSION 7 TECHNICAL SCHEME: Technically qualified or experienced professionals- 7.50 lakhs. SPECIAL CAPITAL SCHEME: 4 lakhs on soft terms for technically/qualified persons. SEED CAPITAL SCEME:/


SIRE Development Fund Preliminary Fund Presentation September 2008 A South India Real Estate Opportunity This is a proposed fund and details are subject.

Huge development potential of Tier II & Tier III cities in South India. Absence of the over-development seen in North India. Established principal region for India’s world-beating IT, ITES & manufacturing sectors. Preferred destination for many multi-national companies, owing to: – Higher educational standards of work force than in the North, e.g. 100% literacy in Kerala – Relative political stability – Greater degree of social stability through more/


The Role of Judiciary in Protection and Promotion of Human Rights Academic Staff College University of Mysore Mysore Prof. K.S Suresh Principal JSS Law.

2. Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (18 Articles) Disability Legislation in India 1.The Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Right and full Participation) Act 1995 2.National Trust / needed for his education. (Section 27) 10JSS Law College Persons with Disabilities Act, 1995 Comprehensive schemes are to be prepared by the government for: 1.Transport facilities to the children with disabilities or in the alternative financial incentives/


Address to be delivered in STI Workshop at Tehran, Iran, July 26-31, 2015.

On Carbon Sequestration Research India Innovation Fund Innovate in India Fund (USD 250 million) by Infosys 12 Highly competitive world class S&T man-power Strong Science and Mathematics base in Schools and Colleges education Traditional knowledge System Information / 2003 CSIR – Public –Private Partnership All areas 12Innovation and Entrepreneurship Programme (from 1990s)All IITs and UGCAll areas Schemes Launched by Government and Private Sectors Total Outlay USD =62.3 billion (PPP), 1 Billion USD = Rs. /


11 Karnataka THE SILICON VALLEY OF INDIA For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org AUGUST 2012.

schemes in 187 urban areas to provide assured safe drinking water. KUWSDB is implementing 26 schemes for shifting the source of water from ground water to assured surface water. These schemes are to be completed by 2013. Cauvery Water Supply Scheme/ LimitedHassanElectronic Hardware & Software/ IT/ITeS Source: www.sezindia.nic.in Karnataka AUGUST 2012 30 Social Infrastructure – Education … (1/2) THE SILICON VALLEY OF INDIA For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org INFRASTRUCTURE STATUS →/


Income tax and FEMA Some important provisions. Preview of Income tax and FEMA provisions  Information in this presentation is intended to provide only.

if continuous stay does not exceed 180 days. Parity with Non-Resident Indians in respect of facilities available to the latter in economic, financial, educational fields etc. These facilities will include; (a) Acquisition, holding, transfer and disposal of immovable properties in India except for agricultural/ plantation properties. (b) Admission of children in educational institutions in India under the general category quota for NRIs including medical/ engineering colleges, IIMs etc/


C OMPARATIVE P ERSPECTIVE IN M ANAGING T ECHNICAL E DUCATION AND V OCATIONAL T RAINING IN N EPAL By Prof. Tanka Nath Sharma.

Australia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and Bangladesh; Development of dual system in India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, integration of work-based learning in institution-based training as well as Operation of TEVT school managed enterprises in conjunction with education programs in China and Encouragement of the private sector to take major role in providing education and training in Thailand (UNESCO- UNEVOC, 2013). 9/10/2015 42 C OMMON M ANAGEMENT/


Latin American Conference on Reproductive Rights Challenges in the Construction of Ethical Discourse in Defense of Dignified Life S. Muralidhar Judge,

by life expectancy Access to knowledge is measured by: i) mean years of adult education, which is the average number of years of education received in a life-time by people aged 25 years and older; and ii) expected years/ LPS. Positive impact of court intervention  Judicial intervention was effective in highlighting the issue and catalysing changes in law and policy.  Government of India launched in June 2011 another scheme, Janani-Shishu Suraksha Karyakram (JSSK) spelling out the following entitlements /


Developing efficient and responsive community based micro health insurance in India Marta Quintussi Cologne Graduate School in Management, Economics and.

community-based insurance scheme.  Our paper aims at: Understanding preferences for health insurance of communities in rural India – observing the selection process used by resource-poor and (mostly) less educated individuals with inexperience with insurance – individuating the factors influencing the choice of health insurance packages – observing preference transitivity between individual and group choices Developing efficient and responsive community based micro health insurance in India Data  FP7/


1. 2 Establishmentof DSM Centre: Establishment of DSM Centre: For the first time in India, BESCOM started Demand Side Management activity on 05.11.2007,

limits of Municipalities/Corporations and Bangalore Development Authority sectors. vi.All Government buildings/Residential schools/All educational institutions/Technical/Vocational Education Institutions/ All training institutions/ Hostels/ Tourism complexes/ Universities/ Community centers/ Kalyana Mantapas where facility /a saving of an average 8-10% of energy by all participating customers in this scheme. This pilot is the first of its kind in India conducted by a public utility using an NGO. 23 5.5. 6. /


FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR AMPUTATION PREVENTION DR ARUN BAL PRESIDENT DIABETIC FOOT SOCIETY OF INDIA.

wear loss of income hospitalization dressings vascular surgery rehabilitation after foot salvage surgery change in the job/employment Training & Education Cost of Hospitalization Every hospitalization for foot infection cost Rs.25-30000/- Multiple /by insurance to make adequate social impact Health Insurance Coverage in India Schemes & Beneficiaries (in Million) State Insurance Scheme (ESIS) 25.3 Central Government Health Scheme 4.3 Railways Health Scheme 8.0 Defence Employees 6.6 Ex-servicemen 7./


Issues facing India. Corruption Dependence on Agriculture Business Environment Corrupt Media Unemployment Inefficient Police Quality of Education Terrorism.

Subsidies in India: Alternative  Direct Benefits Transfer Scheme – Bolsa Familia Programme  Implementation – UID Programme – Aadhaar Integration, ERP Integration and Integration with nodal bank and payment gateways Subsidies in India: Alternative  Direct Benefits Transfer Scheme – / shall be held back, expelled, or required to pass a board examination until the completion of elementary education. Quality of Education Role of govt bodies (UGC, AICTE, MCI etc) ➔ Teacher – student ratio ➔ Balance between /


I tax what you cannot see! Which were the three services that were taxed when the Service tax was introduced in 1994??

9. Services provided- (a) to an educational institution by way of catering under any centrally assisted mid – day meals scheme sponsored by Government; (b) to or by an institution in relation to educational services, where the educational services are exempt from the levy of / a license to serve alcoholic beverages; 20.Services by way of transportation by rail or a vessel from one port in India to another of the 9 specified varieties of goods. 21.Services provided by a goods transport agency by way of /


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