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NAMASTE (National Action Plan for Mechanised Sanitation Ecosystem) scheme

In the Union Budget 2023, the Government of India allocated Rs 100 crores for the NAMASTE scheme. With this, the GoI aims to mechanize septic tank cleaning and sewer cleaning in towns and cities. The scheme aims to provide an alternate livelihood to sanitation workers. In addition, NAMASTE will strive to bring behavioral changes to ..

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National Digital Library

According to the National Statistical Commission, the literacy rate in India is 73%. However, the financial literacy rate is very less, around 24%. Compared to the other emerging economies of the world, the financial literacy rate of India is very low. To inculcate reading habits and to increase the financial literacy of the country the ..

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Daily Current Affairs Quiz : February 2, 2023

1. As per the latest ‘All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE)’, what is the trend of total enrolment in higher education in 2019-20 compared to the previous survey? [A] Increased[B] Decreased[C] Remained Same[D] No Change Show Answer Correct Answer: A [Increased] Notes:The Ministry of Education has recently released All India Survey on Higher Education ..

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PAN to be used as common identifier

PAN is a Permanent Account Number issued by the Income Tax Department of India. It is a ten-digit alphanumeric number. During the Union Budget 2023, Finance Minister Smt Nirmala Sitaraman announced that GoI is to use PAN as a universal identifier for all digital systems.  This applies only to specific government entities as appointed. This ..

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Income Tax Slab Revamp

During the Union Budget presentation, Finance Minister Smt Nirmala Sitaraman announced that people earning up to Rs 7 lakhs need not pay taxes. Tax surcharges of the taxpayers in the highest tax bracket were reduced from 37% to 25%. The bottom line, the new income tax slab benefits taxpayers in the highest and lowest tax ..

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