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Monster Salary Index Report Context: Monster Salary Index survey has been released. . The survey is titled 'Women of India Inc' It was prepared by Monster India in collaboration with Paycheck.in with IIM-Ahmedabad as a research partner.
Important findings Women in India earn 19% less than their male counterparts and 60% working women in India feel that discrimination at work The median gross hourly salary for men was Rs 242.49-earned Rs 46.19-more in comparison to women who earned Rs 196.3 in 2018. . .Sector-wise, IT/ITES services show 26 per cent pay gap in favour of men, followed by manufacturing sector, where men earned 24 per cent more than women. In healthcare, caring services, and social work men earn 21% more than women, while Banking and Insurance is the only industry where men earn just 2% more.
Important findings Around 47% of women felt that the most notable form of discrimination is perception that women are less serious about work once they are married About 46% women feel that maternity leads to a perception that they will quit and the same percentage of women also believe that there is a notion that women can't put the same number of hours as men.
Way ahead The narrowing of the gender pay gap by just one percent is not just a cause for concern, but a reminder to genuinely introspect if we are doing enough. It becomes pivotal to galvanize forces across corporates and industries to work towards gender pay parity
Guidelines For White Label ATMs .Context: The Reserve Bank Of India (RBI) has come up with a review of operations of White Label ATMs (WLAs)in the country. .What is White label-ATM? Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) set up, owned and operated by non-bank entities are called "White Label ATMs" (WLAs) They provide the banking services to the customers of banks in India, based on the cards (debit/credit/prepaid) issued by banks. .
Types of ATM White Label ATM is owned and operated by a non-banking entity while cash is provided by sponsored bank. Brown Label ATM is owned by the bank but its operation and maintenance is outsourced to third entity atese Green Label ATM is used for Agricultural transactions. Orange Label ATM is used for transacting shares. Yellow Label ATM is used for E-commerce. Pink Label ATM is used for women banking
As per the new guidelines, it has been decided to allow: The WLA Operators to buy wholesale cash, above a threshold of 1 lakh pieces (and in multiples thereof) of any denomination, directly from the The operators to source cash from any scheduled bank, including . The operators to offer bill payment and Interoperable Cash Deposit .The display advertisements pertaining to non-financial products/ Reserve Bank (issue Offices) and Currency Chests against full payment. Cooperative Banks and Regional Rural Banks. services, subject to technical feasibility and certification by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). services anywhere within the WLA premises, including the WLA screen, except the main signboard
However, it shall be ensured that the advertisements running on the screen disappear once the customer commences a transaction Banks to issue co-branded ATM cards in partnership with the authorised WLA Operators and may extend the benefit of 'on-us' transactions to their WLAs as wel . All guidelines, safeguards, standards and control measures applicable to banks relating to currency handling, and cyber- security framework for ATMs, shall also be applicable to the WLA Operators
Idukki's Marayoor Jaggery gets Gl tag Context: The Marayoor Jaggery, the traditional and handmade product from Idukki district of Kerala, has received the Geographical Indication (GI) tag from the Central Government.
National Mission on Transformative Mobility and Battery Storage The Centre formed the National Mission on Transformative Mobility and Battery Storage on Thursday (March 7)with a charge to finalise the framework for a Phased Manufacturing Program (PMP), aimed at localising the production of electric vehicles (EV) and its components within the country .
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