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Centre Government not paying funds to Punjab state?

Subhash Kakkar Ferozepur, November 26, 2017 It is a very great setback for the students SC/ST categories as well as the various Institutes who had been waiting for the payments of the scholarship under Post Matric Scholarship scheme since 2013-14, as the department of welfare for SC/ST, OBC and Minorities of Punjab had refused to

Amit Shah lauds Modi Govt

Amit Shah lauds Modi Govt for raising OBC creamy layer bar

Amit Shah lauds Modi Govt for raising OBC creamy layer

Income cap among OBCs raised to Rs 8 lakh per annum: Arun Jaitley

A big decision has been taken by the Central Government on OBC reservations. The circular has increased the limit for the creamy layer from OBC to six lakh to eight lakh. This information was given by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. Let us tell you that the last review for OBC reservations was made in 2013.

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Government to assess Aadhaar impact on mid-day meal

Government to assess Aadhaar impact on mid-day meal, the Centre now wants to assess the efficacy of the scheme and if it should continue in its existing form or introduce changes. The human resource development (HRD) ministry will soon conduct an evaluation study of the mid-day meal scheme, for which a consultant will be roped in.

Saini community rejects classification under OBC

Nawanshahr: There is a clamour for reservation by various general castes across the country to get the chunk of facilities given under the tagline of reserved category to lure the common man. Amidst the nagging voices at least there is one caste, that is of Sainis in Punjab who is opposed to it. Saini community of

OBC to raise Rs 500 cr via bonds

New Delhi: Public-sector lender Oriental Bank of Commerce will raise Rs 500 crore on private placement by issuing bonds. “The bank intends to raise Tier 1 capital through private placement of Basel III compliant additional tier 1 bonds of Rs 10,00,000 each at par aggregating to Rs 500 crore,” Oriental Bank of Commerce said in

Maha to hike parents’ income of OBC wards seeking scholarship

Mumbai: Maharashtra government will hike the annual income limit of parents of non-creamy layer category OBC students seeking scholarships, to Rs 6 lakh from the current Rs 4.5 lakh, the Assembly was informed today. The students, whose parents’ annual salary stands at Rs 6 lakh (current limit Rs 4.5 lakh) can now apply for various