UPSC, CSE, IAS, IFoS General Studies(GS) and CSAT

UPSC, CSE, IAS, IFoS

General Studies(GS) and CSAT

Prelims(P.T.) Test Series-2017

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UPSC, CSE, IAS General Studies Foundation Batch 2017 Coaching Begins in Delhi & Hyderabad

UPSC, CSE, IAS
General Studies Foundation Batch 2017
Coaching Begins in Delhi & Hyderabad

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Complete Information Brochure About UPSC / IAS / IFoS Coaching Instiute VVR-IAS Exam Preparation

Complete Details About UPSC / IAS Coaching Instiute VVR-IAS UPSC Exam Preparation

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General Studies Free Workshops in Hyderabad for UPSC/IAS/Civil Services Examination

General Studies Foundation Course on 30th August,2015

IR Special Module on 30th August,2015

Geography Through Map Special Module on 31st August,2015

Ethics Module (GS Paper-IV) on 8th Sept,2015

GS Mains Test Series-2015 on 6th Sept,2015

Essay Test Series-2015 on 3rd Oct,2015 Read More:

RBI ANNOUNCED STRATEGIC DEBT RESTRUCTURING SCHEME :

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on 8 June 2015 announced Strategic Debt Restructuring (SDR) Scheme which allows banks and non-banking lending institutions to convert their loans into equity stake. The scheme will benefit all Scheduled Commercial Banks, excluding Regional Rural Banks (RRBs), all-India term-lending and Refinancing Institutions including Export- Import (EXIM) Bank and National Housing Bank (NHB) and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD).

Key Features of Strategic Debt Restructuring (SDR) Scheme

  • Lenders will have the right to convert their outstanding loans into a majority equity stake if the borrower fails to meet conditions stipulated under the restructuring package.

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INDIA SIGNS LEGALAGREEMENT WITH THE WORLD BANK FOR IBRD LOAN OF US$ 4OO MILLION FOR TAMILNADU SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT PROJECT :

The Loan and Project Agreements for World Bank (IBRD) assistance of US$ 400 million for Tamil Nadu Sustainable Urban Development Project were signed between the Government of India/ Government of Tamil Nadu and World Bank here yesterday.

Objective of the project:

The objective of the project is to improve urban services in participating Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) in a financially sustainable manner and to pilot improved urban management practices in selected cities. The total project size is US$ 600 million, out of which World Bank support is US$ 400 million.

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