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Gujarati Current Affairs Quiz PDF of 29th November 2016

Gujarati Current Affairs Quiz PDF of 29th November 2016

Hello Aspirants !! Here are all important current affairs in short notes. With this website at hand, you will get a grip to the entire sphere of the knowledge. The sub sections provide a better introspective to the various genres with an added section for the current affairs to keep you updated to the most.

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  • In the Ongoing Winter Session Union Finance Minister ArunJaitly has introduced a bill in the LokSabha to amend the Income Tax rules levying a tax of 60 per cent on undisclosed income or unaccounted credits in the bank accounts.
  • MSDE Secretary Rohit Nandan and MoPNG Secretary K. D. Tripathi signed a  Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to scale up skill development initiatives in the Hydrocarbon and allied sectors among other areas of cooperation.
  • As per the latest data released by Oxford Economics, Delhi has dislodged Mumbai as the economic capital of India.
  • Maharashtra based  RBL Bank has tied up with non banking finance company Bajaj Finance to launch a series of co-branded credit cards for Indian customers.
  • MobiKwik has launched mobile wallet app ‘MobiKwik Lite’, which will work on basic Internet connection.
    ii. ‘MobiKwik Lite’ app available in English and Hindi, later the app will be available in all major Indian languages.
  • Government removed excise duty on goods for manufacturing of POS (Point of Sale)machines that are in great demand as merchants are being compelled to use them in the wake of currency crisis.
  • Akodara village in Sabarkantha district of Gujarat has earned the coveted tag of becoming India’s first digital village in India.
  • The village with a total population of 1,191 people and 250 households uses a various cashless system for payments of goods and services. All transactions in the village are carried out through digital modes like SMS, net-banking or debit cards. Key Facts The village was adopted by ICICI Bank under its Digital Village Project in 2015 and made cashless by adopting digital technology. The project was launched in January 2016 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and ICICI Bank MD and CEO Chanda Kochar to mark 60-year-celebration of the ICICI group’s existence. All households in village have savings account in local ICICI Bank branch. The bank has provided training to villagers to embrace digital technology to reduce dependence on cash. The village has almost 100% financial rate and all mobile banking is done in Hindi, English and Gujarati languages. It also has its own official website. The villagers’ most important transactions selling agri-produce at the local market or mandi or selling milk at the co-operative society have been made cashless. It has primary, secondary and higher secondary schools equipped with smart boards, computers and tablets. It can be said that this village has become prime example of how e-banking can be practically implemented in Indian villages without much difficulty to make India cashless economy.
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