5 Government Schemes For Budding Entrepreneurs To Help Their Startups

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If you’re an entrepreneur then any amount of information for your startups is likely to not fill your curiosity bucket, as you’re always on the search for more. Now, if you’re that type of a person then there is something that you should definitely know about. There are some schemes by the government that would help you help you in your entrepreneurial journey. So, here’s the list, go through it and enrich your knowledge bank. Start-Up India This project from the Indian government has helped many budding entrepreneurs to attain…

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Atma Nirbhar Bharat Rozgar Yojana launched, know who can avail its benefits

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On Wednesday, the Union Cabinet decided to promote employment in the formal sector and encourage employment opportunities in the COVID-19 recovery phase, under the Self-Reliant India Package-3. The meeting was headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In order to implement this decision in actuality, the Union Cabinet has allocated a budget of ₹1584 crore for the F.Y. 2020-21 and ₹22,810 crore for the entire plan period i.e. 2020-2020. According to an official statement, about 58.5 lakh employees are expected to get benefits under this ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat Rozgar Yojana’. The…

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PM Modi makes big announcements regarding COVID-19 vaccine after ‘All-Party’ meeting, read here

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On Friday, PM Modi led ‘all-party’ meeting was organized in which several important topics were discussed including the COVID-19 vaccine. Members of Parliament of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha took part in this important ‘all-party’ meeting. Significantly, some prominent leaders of the opposition parties too participated. PM Modi made some big announcements regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, after the meeting. He said that a potential vaccine is expected to roll out in a few weeks of time. PM Modi also specified that on a prior basis, the vaccination will be…

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Center orders states/UTs to form committees for COVID-19 vaccination

Covid Vaccine

The Central Government has ordered the states to form panels, which will supervise the COVID-19 vaccination process and co-ordinate effectively to carry out the vaccination drive in a smooth way. The Centre is keen to ensure a hassle-free vaccination of citizens that will cause minimal stress on other health care services. The Centre is also wary of unscrupulous usage of social media which may disburse fake rumors against vaccine inoculation. To counter these problems, the Centre has encouraged cyber intelligence for early tracking of such malpractices. The Government has stated…

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Centre to propose legislation in order to tackle Delhi’s rising air pollution

Delhi Air Pollution

To handle the annual problem of Delhi’s air pollution, the Central Government may soon form a permanent body that will manage, assess, and tackle the capital’s degrading air quality. Forwarding notification to the Supreme Court, the legislation will be soon passed by the government. As a result, The Supreme Court has suspended it’s the order of 16th October that formed a one-man committee of retired Justice Madan Lokur. The apex court will decide further alterations according to the submission of the Central Government and then will layout the aim, work…

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Maharashtra withdraws it’s general consent, restricts CBI

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The Maharashtra Government has decided to withdraw it’s general consent given to CBI for carrying out investigation in the state. This implies, that CBI will now have to seek permission everytime from the state or the Supreme Court before initiating any investigation within it’s border. This move comes after the CBI had sought a request from UP police along with permission of the centre to investigate TRP Scam in Lucknow. With CBI seeking probe of the TRP Scam in UP, it would have also considered to take over the investigation…

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India bans import of air conditioners with refrigerants

Air-conditioner

On Thursday, The Central Government banned the import of air-conditioners with refrigerants. In order to encourage and promote domestic manufacturing, eliminating imports of non-essential products, this move has been executed. Earlier on October 15th, The Director-General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) issued a notice which mentioned that the policy of importing air conditioners with refrigerants is amended and now stands prohibited. The imposed ban on air-conditioners with refrigerants applies for both window and split versions. Minister of Commerce & Industry, Mr. Piyush Goyal has approved the decision to prohibit these products…

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