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Committee Current Affairs 2014 | Latest Schemes Introduced By Govt

Committee Current Affairs 2014:

Committee current affairs 2014 is made for the students and candidates who are going to attend any qualitative exam for entrance or recruitment. Latest schemes introduced by Govt. are development projects that require the team of members for its management and maintenance which forms a committee that renders and function according to its requirement.

Some Latest Schemes Introduced By Govt. of India

1.    Nirbhaya Fund

  • Finance Minister, P Chidambaram announced a fund as Nirbhaya Fund for safety and security of women in India.
  • He focused on three main sections of the society that is women, the youth and the poor.
  • Provides 1000 crore Rupees scheme for training youth to boost  up their employability and productivity

2.      K M Chandrasekhar Committee

  • For rationalization of foreign investment norms

3.    RS Gujral Committee

  • Suggest measures to boost MSME exports.

4.    Arvind Mayaram Committee

  • For giving clear definitions to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Foreign Institutional Investment (FII)

5.    Deepak Parekh committee

  • For Financing Infrastructure sector

6.    N R Narayana Murthy committee

  • For evaluation of corporate sector participation in Higher Education

7.    Parthasarathi Shome committee

  • For implementation of GAAR (General Anti Avoidance Rule)

8.    N Rangachary committee

  • To examine taxation policies for I.T. sector

9.    Rangarajan committee

  • For poverty scale estimates in the country

10.  Janakiraman Committee

  • To investigate the security transactions of the bank

11.  Bhandari Committee

  • For Reconstruction of RRBs

12.  K M Chandrasekhar committee

  • For rationalization of foreign investment norms

The government formed committee’s are very important part in any investigation or report formation of the project that can be putted under the general knowledge section as they have a vast area of the management and some reports maintained by them are important on such a scale that it can change the government planning and could decide for the person if he/ she is corrupted or not.

Such activities are prone to be questioned in the field of:

  • Civil Services
  • Banking
  • Railways
  • Central and State government exams
  • Educations sector.

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These issues are time to time revived and as all of us are well aware that any different jumbled topics related to our country could be asked any time hence all the matters are to be kept in concern and these topics must be read carefully.

For this reason our team has developed some question and answers that could help any person in his respective exam. For better understanding and future concern these topics are kept in a PDF format for the convenience of the interested students and candidates.

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