direct benefit transfer
Maharashtra Govt likely to scrap the Direct Benefits Transfer scheme for tribal students and bring back the contract system: Report
The Maharashtra government had formed a six-member committee to review the benefits of the DBT scheme for tribals students
Rahul Gandhi’s fanboy Saket Gokhale thinks bank transfers under DBT cannot happen on a bank holiday. Here is an explainer
The fund transfers under DBT do not take place using RTGS/NEFT systems, and it happens via a direct electronic fund transfer
2.3 million voluntarily sign up at PM Kisan portal, even as Mamata Banerjee stalls scheme that could benefit Bengal’s farmers by Rs 9,800 cr
2.3 million Bengal farmers have voluntarily signed up to the ambitious central scheme, which has benefited 8.45 crore farmers so far
Mamata Banerjee writes to govt to disburse money under Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme to her, a proposal denied before: Here is why
West Bengal remains the only state which has not implemented this scheme that provides an annual support amount of Rs 6,000 to farmers in three equal instalments.
One in three farmers in Punjab are absentee landlords, MSPs paid to middleman through DBT: Here is how Punjab farmers play by different rules...
In Punjab, FCI and state agencies procure grains from middleman and deposit MSP through DBT into their account, who in turn pay the farmers
In a report, Amar Ujala had claimed that UPI transaction will get expensive from January 1 as the Union government has decided to charge more.
The Wire report claims Tripura govt paid less amount to students for mid-day meal scheme, data shows govt paid 50% more
Tripura govt debunks The Wire report saying less amount was paid to students under mid-day meal scheme during lockdown
India Post delivers Rs 1,000 crore in cash to account holders, 23 lakh new bank accounts created during the lockdown
Nearly Rs 1,051 crore have been delivered by India Post in as many as 59 lakh transactions during the lockdown period
The study claims that as per the Tendulkar poverty line it, poverty in India reduced from 14.9 % in 2011 to 7.0 % in 2017, the fastest decline in poverty the country has ever seen.
The apex court should have asked the centre for guidelines instead of scrapping section 57, says Amitabh Kant
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