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Wednesday, 22 April 2020

Gram panchayat Taluka and Jilla panchayat Grant online Report

A mutual fund is a company that pools money from many investors and invests the money in securities such as stocks, bonds, and short-term debt. The combined holdings of the mutual fund are known as its portfolio. Investors buy shares in mutual funds. Each share represents an investor’s part ownership in the fund and the income it generates.


How To Buy And Sell Mutual Funds
Investors buy mutual fund shares from the fund itself or through a broker for the fund, rather than from other investors. The price that investors pay for the mutual fund is the fund’s per share net asset value plus any fees charged at the time of purchase, such as sales loads.

Mutual fund shares are “redeemable,” meaning investors can sell the shares back to the fund at any time. The fund usually must send you the payment within seven days.



Today, we are going to tell you a link to a government website (gov.in) that you can make a significant contribution to the development of your village, your community and your country, but you can see that How much money has been given by the government for the construction of your village (this data is completely authentic), if you find any irregularity, then you can make a complaint directly to the public hearing.

Step 1 First click on the link below
Step 2. You can choose your language according to your preference, just here English, Hindi and Punjabi have an option. … see the image
Step 3. Here you will choose your plan and name of your state and click on GET REPORT, after which you will ask about the planning unit, For example if you have to see how much money this year in your village If you have come from the government side then you will choose the option of GRAM PANCHYAT
Step 4 After that you will be asked that you live in the district panchayat, you will select the name of your district
Step 5 After selecting the district panchayat, you will select the name of your Janpad Panchayat or Block, For example – If I want to see how much money the government has given in my village in 2017-2018,

Step 6. After the Gram Panchayat, you will be asked the name of village PANCHYAT, after that you will click on GET REPORT.


Here’s how much money has come in your village / mohalla / bard in front of you and your head (village panchyaat demonstration), how much work your bard’s member has done and how much money the government has taken If you get some data that you do not feel right then you can complain by going to the public hearing, where you will have a direct look at your complaint directly.


Click here to check..
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Friday, 27 March 2020

You may not have to pay EMIs for next 3 months, here’s why

Accordingly, the repayment schedule and all subsequent due dates, as also the tenor for such loans, may be shifted across the board by three months, the RBI said.

 However, the decision on the rescheduling of home, auto, and other loans will finally be taken and conveyed to customers by individual banks.

 Who can avail of these benefits?

 Individuals and companies who have availed term loans - such as home loans, car loans, corporate loans - can benefit from this move. Therefore, any temporary disruption in their income or cash flows caused by the lockdown will not affect their repayment schedule for the next three months, at least.

 Moratorium facility is now available on terms loans extended by all commercial banks - including regional rural banks, small finance banks and local area banks, co-operative banks, all-India Financial Institutions.

 Even term loans extended by Non Banking Finance Companies, including housing finance companies and micro finance institutions, will benefit from the move.

 A head of a leading housing finance company said "The RBI announcement covers all retail, non-corporate loans, across all the categories."

 What does moratorium cover?

 The moratorium will be applicable on both principal and interest. The proportion of principal will depend upon the age of the loan, whether it's the first EMI for a customer or, say, 100th EMI. During the life of a loan, the amount of interest decreases while the principal component increases as the loan amortisation progresses.

 What are benefits for the customer?
 This basically means that non payment during the next three months will not affect the credit history of the customers and their accounts will not be tagged as Non Performing Assets (NPAs).
 This is a major relief to borrowers as loan accounts turning into NPAs can subject them to recovery actions by the banks and lending institutions.
 How do companies benefit?

 For corporate India too, this is a big relief, especially for those companies that have low reserves. As cash flows get impacted across the board for companies, many of them may not have the ability to repay, as the businesses have shut down completely.
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Thursday, 9 January 2020

Get the Golden Card made free by 31 March

Kannauj The Health Department has started a campaign to verify 100% beneficiaries and make their golden cards under the Ayushman Bharat Scheme, which provides free treatment up to Rs five lakh to the families of weaker sections. Under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (Ayushman Bharat Yojana), a special campaign will be launched in the district by 31 March 2020 to make golden cards at all primary and community health centers and health and wellness centers


 Nodal Officer and ACMO Dr. JP Salonia informed that the Uttar Pradesh Government has issued instructions to make golden cards by setting up camps at health centers. A microplan has been made for setting up camps in the district every day. District Co-ordinator of the Ayushman Bharat Scheme, Dr. Satendra Kumar informed that complete preparations have been made as per the instructions of the government. Camps will be organized at all health centers in the district. A list of beneficiary families identified under the scheme has been made available to the hope of the area. The identified beneficiaries will be motivated by ASHA, ANM, Health Supervisor to come to the camp and make a Golden Card. Golden cards are being made free of cost in all Community Health Centers, District Hospitals, Government Medical Colleges, Tirva in the district. The beneficiary will have to pay 30 rupees per Golden Card for making a Golden Card.
 Dr. Kumar said that this camp is being publicized in rural areas. So that the beneficiaries get their golden card done as soon as possible and can get free medical treatment up to five lakh rupees by reaching the nearest medical units. According to the Socio Economic Census 2011, there are about 1.18 lakh families beneficiaries under the Ayushman Bharat Yojana in the district. There are about 5.93 lakh beneficiaries under the Chief Minister Jan Arogya Yojana. Golden cards have been made for about 66 thousand beneficiaries in the district and 2890 beneficiaries have got free treatment. These include diseases such as severe malaria, typhoid, cholera, dysentery, and operation of brain tumors, neoplasia, bone, hydrocele, asthma, hernia, eardrum. Dr. Satendra said- Those who have received letters or plastic cards from the Prime Minister / Chief Minister, they must get the Golden Card made otherwise those who have kept the letter at home. They will not get the benefit of this scheme. If you are facing any problem, you can call 8906529389 on the phone number.
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Wednesday, 8 January 2020

Banks will remain closed for the next 10 days, know the whole holiday list

With the opening of the new year, the cold has also reached its peak, due to which it has become difficult for the general public to go to work. On the first day of the new year i.e. January 1, there was a holiday in banks across the country, which gave some relief to the bank personnel. Please tell, banks will remain closed for the next 10 days. Let's know the holiday list of banks in the month of January ...

 2 January means that today most banks in Punjab are closed due to Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti. At the same time, due to New Year Celebration, banks are not functioning in Aizawl too.

 Imphal's banks will not be functioning on January 7 and 8 as well. Apart from this, the major unions of the banking sector have decided to participate in the general strike organized by the central trade unions on 8 January 2020. In the event of a strike by the employees of banks, the functioning of banks across the country may be affected.

 Banks will remain closed on 14 January due to Makar Sankranti in Gujarat. On the other hand, this festival will be celebrated on 15 January in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Telangana, Punjab, Assam and Maharashtra due to Pongal, Magha Bihu and Tusu Puja. In such a situation, the functioning of banks in these states will be affected.

 Most banks in Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry and Tamil Nadu will remain closed on January 16 due to Thiruvalluvar Day.

 Similarly on January 17, the functioning of banks in Puducherry and Tamil Nadu will be affected.

 Kolkata banks will remain closed on January 23 on the birth anniversary of Subhash Chandra Bose.

 On January 26, Republic Day and January 30, Vasant Panchami, will be a holiday for banks in many states of the country.

 Web Title: Banks will remain closed for the next 10 days, know the whole holiday list
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