High loan-to-value and high-yield buckets have reported higher delinquencies
Ahead of the general elections, a slew of states and also the Centre had doled out sops to the marginalised sections, including the farmers and the poor.
The deal will give India’s largest conglomerate indirect stakes in seven airports in India and abroad.
The scheme, which would give Rs 6,000 to small farmers in a year or Rs 500 a month, will add more money to the account of these cultivators than the money he/she saves every month on an average.
Mastercard is keen on being known not as a payments player but a technology company.
Past experience shows loan waivers benefited only 30% of India’s farmers; here again, the richer cultivator skimmed the cream, leaving very little for his poorer brethren.
‘Persisting with the inequalities, indeed seeing them get worse, is no one’s prescription for national unity,’ notes T N Ninan.
Among the states due for election next year are AP, Haryana and Odisha, which have a fair share of agri credit.
Higher reliance on GST receipts for revenue reduces states’ autonomy as these receipts depend on tax rates decided by the GST Council, a report by Delhi-based non-profit, PRS Legislative Research shows.
AP DSC Recruitment 2018: The application process for the AP TRT and TET-cum-TRT 2018 has started. Interested candidates may apply on the official website- schooledu.ap.gov.in/DSENEW. Candidates must note that they are required to apply online for the vacant posts in School Education, Residential Schools, and Special Schools.
Candidates will be selected through a Computer-Based Test (CBT). The online application process which began on November 1, 2018, will conclude on November 6, 2018. The last date to pay the application fee is, however, November 15, 2018.
Candidates are also advised to check the eligibility criteria and refer to official information brochure for post-wise qualification requirement. They must also possess Intermediate Certificate issued by the Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh (or) other equivalent certificates recognized by Board of Intermediate Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh.
Candidates must even possess Academic degrees of Universities recognised by University Grants Commission (UGC). The candidate must have completed Teacher Education Courses recognised by National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE).
The candidate should have completed Distance Mode courses (wherever applicable) offered by Universities and Deemed Universities recognised by Joint Committee comprising University Grants Commission (UGC), Distance Education Council (DEC), All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and with jurisdiction to operate such courses in the State of Andhra Pradesh.
Steps to apply for AP DSC Recruitment 2018:
Step 1: Go to the official website for Commissioner of School Education- schooledu.ap.gov.in/DSENEW.
Step 2: Click on the tab for the ‘Recruitment of Teachers’.
Step 3: Click on the Payment Gateway link and make application fee payment.
Step 4: Go back to the recruitment page and click on submit application link.
Step 5: Take a print out of the completed application form for future reference.
The lower age limit is 18 years and upper age limit is 44 years.
The AP TET and TRT examinations will begin on December 6, 2018, and will conclude on January 2, 2019. Candidates can check the detailed schedule for the exams in the official notification.