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Self-Reliant India Scheme: Part 5

Today, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has given Fifth and final tranche of measures of an economic package called " Atmanirbhar Bharat " as announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The stimulus measures braught in by the Government and the Reserve bank of india (RBI) together add up to Rs. 20.97 Lakh Crore, as said by the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. Seven Steps are announced today as last steps of measures of this economic package.  1. MNREGA 2. Health - Rural and Urban including education 3. Businesses and Corona virus 4. Decriminalization of Companies Act 5. Ease of doing Business 6. Public Sector Enterprises 7. State Governments and related resources Click here for detailed presentation of Self- Reliant India Relief Package: Part 5

Self-Reliant Scheme: Part 4

Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has  announced  Self-Reliant India Movement on 12 th   May,2020 at 8 pm along with  a much-needed second Relief package of around Rs. 20,00,000 Crores which he said would bring the government’s overall stimulus to around 10% of the country’s GDP,  including  the previously released package back in March, and central bank liquidity measures.   This new program, “ Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan ” (Self-reliant India Scheme) would, according to Modi’s speech, cover  five pillars : “economy, infrastructure, technology-driven system, vibrant demography and demand” and would involve “land, labour, liquidity, and laws.”  Today Nirmala Sitharaman has unveiled fourth tranche of covid economic measures as part of our mission  “ Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan ” (Self-reliant India Scheme) which mainly focused on Eight sectors: Coal, minerals, defense production, airspace management, airports, MRO, power distribution companies in UTs, space and atomic energy. For d

Self-Reliant Scheme: Part 3

Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has  announced  Self-Reliant India Movement on 12 th   May,2020 at 8 pm along with  a much-needed second Relief package of around Rs. 20,00,000 Crores which he said would bring the government’s overall stimulus to around 10% of the country’s GDP,  including  the previously released package back in March, and central bank liquidity measures.   This new program, “ Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan ” (Self-reliant India Scheme) would, according to Modi’s speech, cover  five pillars : “economy, infrastructure, technology-driven system, vibrant demography and demand” and would involve “land, labour, liquidity, and laws.”  Detailed scheme will be announced by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in three parts afterwards.  Today's third part of announcement has includes 11 measures as follows: 8 for strengthening activities related to agriculture and its allied activities and 3 for its governance activities. For detailed presentations on the benefits give

Self-Reliant India Scheme: Part 2

Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has  announced  Self-Reliant India Movement on 12 th   May,2020 at 8 pm along with  a much-needed second Relief package of around Rs. 20,00,000 Crores which he said would bring the government’s overall stimulus to around 10% of the country’s GDP,  including  the previously released package back in March, and central bank liquidity measures.   This new program, “ Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan ” (Self-reliant India Scheme) would, according to Modi’s speech, cover  five pillars : “economy, infrastructure, technology-driven system, vibrant demography and demand” and would involve “land, labour, liquidity, and laws.”  Detailed scheme will be announced by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in three parts afterwards.  Today's second part of announcement has includes measures as follows: 3 related to migrant workers, 1 related to street vendors, 1 for small traders, 1 for self employed people, 2 on small farmers, 1 on housing.   Total 2.5 million Kisa

Self-Reliant India Scheme - Part 1

' Self-respect comes from self-reliance ’ this is not only true for an individual but also for a nation. Ironically, India is being led by a party which talks about ‘swadeshi or self-reliance’.  Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has delivered speech to the nation on the Self-Reliant India Movement on 12 th May,2020 at 8 pm.  Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced a much-needed second Relief package of around Rs. 20,00,000 Crores which he said would bring the government’s overall stimulus to around 10% of the country’s GDP,  including  the previously released package back in March, and central bank liquidity measures.   This new program, “ Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan ” (Self-reliant India Scheme) would, according to Modi’s speech, cover  five pillars : “economy, infrastructure, technology-driven system, vibrant demography and demand” and would involve “land, labour, liquidity, and laws.”  Detailed scheme will be announced by Finance Minister Nirmala Sithar

Benefits for Members in Practice by Committee for Members in Practice (CMP) by ICAI

Hello Professional Colleagues and Dear Friends, Greetings of the Day!!! Committee for Members in Practice (CMP) by ICAI is providing so many benefits for Chartered Accountants of ICAI who are in Practice, but many of us are not aware about this. The only purpose to write this Blog is to share knowledge and awareness about the benefits available to us and to encourage Members to take benefits of the same. It drastically reduced our cost as all the tie-ups are made at PAN-India Level with the Branded companies/Corporations. List of Benefits which are currently available to Members in practice are as follows: 1. LIC Term Insurance: The Committee arranged in the form of specially designed Group Term Insurance through the LIC for Members of ICAI. The Term Insurance policy will cover death due to any reason. The salient features of the scheme are available at  https://cmpbenefits.icai.org/lic-term-insurance/ 2. Personal Accident Insurance for Members of ICAI: The Committee arranged in the f