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Quick Revision : Government Schemes : Target UPSC : Part 2
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Target UPSC : Government Schemes Revision

Vaibhav Shivade
Unacademy Top Educator I Master in Politics | Teaching Experience | SET Qualified | CSE Aspirant |

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Thank you very much for the lecture Ma'am. Very easy to understand :)
  1. 6.3. TRADE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR EXPORT SCHEME (TIES) Salient features Objectives To ance export It would provide financial assistance for setting up and upgradation of existing competitiveness by bridginginfrastructure with export linkages like border haats, cold chains, dry ports etc. gaps infrastructure, creating focused infrastructure, first mile and last mile connectivity forThe Central Government funding will be in the form of grant-in-aid, normally not export-oriented projects | more than the equity being put in by the implementing agency or 50% of the total and addressing quality and equity in the project. (In case of projects located in North Eastern States and certification measures. in export The Central and State Agencies, including Export Promotion Councils, Commodities Boards, SEZ Authorities and Apex Trade Bodies recognised under the EXIM policy of Government of India; are eligible for financial support under this scheme. export Himalayan States including J&K, this grant can be upto 80% of the total equity)

  2. NIRYAT BANDHU Announced as part of Foreign Trade Policy 2009-14 in 2011 to focus on mentoring the first SCHEME eBiz generation entrepreneurs in the field of international trade. It aims to be the entry point for all individuals, businesses and organizations (local and international) who would like to do business or have any existing business in India by creating a one-stop-shop of convenient and efficient online G2B services to the business community, by reducing the complexity in obtaining information and services related to starting businesses in India, and dealing with licenses and permits across the business life- cycle. It is being implemented by Infosys Technologies Limited (Infosys) under the guidance and aegis of Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP)

  3. DARPAN (Digital Advancement of Rural Post Office for A New India) Project aims to improve the quality of service and achieve "financial inclusion" t is an Information Technology (IT) modernization project. It offers core banking services to the account holders . It intends to provide a low power technology solution to each Branch Postmaster (BPM) which will enable each of approximately 1.29 Lakhs Branch Post Offices (BOs) to improve the level of services being offered to rural customers across all the states

  4. 8.1.1. ANTYODAYA ANNA YOJANA (AAY) Objective Intended beneficiary Salient features target 2.5 crore It covers poorest of the poor families from amongst the BPL families covered under Targetted Public Distribution System within the States and provides them food grains at a highly subsidized rate of Rs.1/ per kg poorest of households poor population and provide them relief from hunger covering 38% of BPL coarse grains, Rs.2/ per kg. for wheat and Rs. 3/ per kg for rice. . The AAY is part of NFSA (National Food Security Act) and the households under AAY are entitled to 35 Kg of foodgrains per household per month The States/UTs are required to bear the distribution cost, including margin to dealers and retailers as well as the transportation cost.

  5. INGRAM . Integrated Grievance Redress Mechanism (INGRAM) has been launched by the Department of Consumer Affairs to create awareness, advise and redress consumer grievances. . This portal will also act as a central registry to lodge consumer complaints. . It will also bring all the stakeholders together onto a single platform. The portal will also help in creating awareness among consumers to protect their rights and inform them of their responsibilities It provides facility of registering online grievances which will be redressed within 60 days