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Swachh Bharat has led to reduced ground water contamination: Study by UNICEF

Union Minister for Jal Shakti Shri Gajendra Singh Shekhawat has said that Swachhata

affects all aspects of the environment – be it groundwater, surface water, soil or air – as

This Update Has Been Compiled By DAS SIR, KOLKATA -8961556195.

well as health and well-being of the communities in ODF regions. Praising the Swachh

Bharat Mission for bringing a reduction in ground water contamination, he said, the

WHO 2018 study had estimated that the Swachh Bharat Mission will save over 3 lakh

lives by the time India is Open Defacation Free. Releasing two independent third-party

studies conducted on the Swachh Bharat Mission (Grameen), the Minister said, the

Mission will continue to positively impact people’s lives for a long time to come.

These studies, commissioned by UNICEF and the Bill and Melinda Gates, were aimed

at assessing the environmental impact and communication footprint of the Swachh

Bharat Mission (Grameen) respectively. The full reports as well as the summary reports

of both the studies can be downloaded from mdws.gov.in and sbm.gov.in.

Union Minister for Environment and Forests Shri Prakash Javadekar highlighted the

significance of launching these studies on World Environment Day. He said that the

United Nations, aware that the protection and improvement of the human environment

is a major issue which affects the well-being of peoples and economic development

throughout the world, designated 5th June as World Environment Day. He added that it

is only fitting that UNICEF has chosen this day to release its findings on the positive

impact the Swachh Bharat Mission has had on the environment of rural India.

Secretary, Government of India, Shri Parameswaran Iyer, in his opening remarks,

shared that the rural sanitation coverage in the country had crossed the 99% mark and

that the Mission was in the final stretch of its completion with 30 States and Union

Territories already having declared themselves free from open defecation. He said that

the Mission is focusing on sustaining the gains of this progress and to extend the

momentum to the ODF-plus phase which includes solid and liquid waste management.

Summary of the study findings

Environmental Impact study by UNICEF

Under the "Environmental impact of the Swachh Bharat Mission on Water, Soil, and

Food" by UNICEF, groundwater samples were collected and studied from ODF and

non-ODF villages of Odisha, Bihar and West Bengal. The study found that, in terms of

faecal contamination, non-ODF villages were, on average:

 11.25 times more likely to have their groundwater sources contaminated (12.7 times

more from contaminants traceable to humans alone)

 1.13 times more likely to have their soil contaminated

 1.48 times more likely to have food contaminated and 2.68 times more likely to have

household drinking water contaminated.

The study findings indicated that these substantial reductions may potentially be

attributed to the improvement in sanitation and hygiene practices, as well as supportive

systems such as regular monitoring and behaviour change messaging, which have all

been critical aspects of the Swachh Bharat Mission (Grameen).

IEC footprint study by Gates Foundation

This Update Has Been Compiled By DAS SIR, KOLKATA -8961556195.

The “Assessment of the reach and value of IEC activities under Swachh Bharat Mission

(Grameen)” conducted by Dalberg, supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates

Foundation, estimated the scale of IEC activities within the Mission and assessed

associated monetary and in-kind costs, and outputs such as reach. The study found

that:

 SBM mobilized a spend equivalent worth INR 22,000 to 26,000 crores in monetary and

non-monetary IEC activities.

 Of this spend equivalent, cash expenditure on IEC activities spent by the Government,

private sector, and the development community was estimated to be between INR

3,500 – 4,000 crores.

 Of this cash spend, ~20% (~INR 800 crores) was spent by the Ministry of Drinking

Water and Sanitation (MDWS), ~35% (~INR 1,250 crores) by the State Sanitation

Departments, ~25% (~INR 1,000 crores) by other government ministries, and the other

~20% by the private sector (CSR and business expenditures) and the development

sector collectively.

 An average person living in rural India was exposed to between 2,500 – 3,300 SBM

related messages over the last five years.

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Swachh Bharat has led to reduced ground water contamination: Study by UNICEF

Union Minister for Jal Shakti Shri Gajendra Singh Shekhawat has said that Swachhata

affects all aspects of the environment – be it groundwater, surface water, soil or air – as

This Update Has Been Compiled By DAS SIR, KOLKATA -8961556195.

well as health and well-being of the communities in ODF regions. Praising the Swachh

Bharat Mission for bringing a reduction in ground water contamination, he said, the

WHO 2018 study had estimated that the Swachh Bharat Mission will save over 3 lakh

lives by the time India is Open Defacation Free. Releasing two independent third-party

studies conducted on the Swachh Bharat Mission (Grameen), the Minister said, the

Mission will continue to positively impact people’s lives for a long time to come.

These studies, commissioned by UNICEF and the Bill and Melinda Gates, were aimed

at assessing the environmental impact and communication footprint of the Swachh

Bharat Mission (Grameen) respectively. The full reports as well as the summary reports

of both the studies can be downloaded from mdws.gov.in and sbm.gov.in.

Union Minister for Environment and Forests Shri Prakash Javadekar highlighted the

significance of launching these studies on World Environment Day. He said that the

United Nations, aware that the protection and improvement of the human environment

is a major issue which affects the well-being of peoples and economic development

throughout the world, designated 5th June as World Environment Day. He added that it

is only fitting that UNICEF has chosen this day to release its findings on the positive

impact the Swachh Bharat Mission has had on the environment of rural India.

Secretary, Government of India, Shri Parameswaran Iyer, in his opening remarks,

shared that the rural sanitation coverage in the country had crossed the 99% mark and

that the Mission was in the final stretch of its completion with 30 States and Union

Territories already having declared themselves free from open defecation. He said that

the Mission is focusing on sustaining the gains of this progress and to extend the

momentum to the ODF-plus phase which includes solid and liquid waste management.

Summary of the study findings

Environmental Impact study by UNICEF

Under the "Environmental impact of the Swachh Bharat Mission on Water, Soil, and

Food" by UNICEF, groundwater samples were collected and studied from ODF and

non-ODF villages of Odisha, Bihar and West Bengal. The study found that, in terms of

faecal contamination, non-ODF villages were, on average:

 11.25 times more likely to have their groundwater sources contaminated (12.7 times

more from contaminants traceable to humans alone)

 1.13 times more likely to have their soil contaminated

 1.48 times more likely to have food contaminated and 2.68 times more likely to have

household drinking water contaminated.

The study findings indicated that these substantial reductions may potentially be

attributed to the improvement in sanitation and hygiene practices, as well as supportive

systems such as regular monitoring and behaviour change messaging, which have all

been critical aspects of the Swachh Bharat Mission (Grameen).

IEC footprint study by Gates Foundation

This Update Has Been Compiled By DAS SIR, KOLKATA -8961556195.

The “Assessment of the reach and value of IEC activities under Swachh Bharat Mission

(Grameen)” conducted by Dalberg, supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates

Foundation, estimated the scale of IEC activities within the Mission and assessed

associated monetary and in-kind costs, and outputs such as reach. The study found

that:

 SBM mobilized a spend equivalent worth INR 22,000 to 26,000 crores in monetary and

non-monetary IEC activities.

 Of this spend equivalent, cash expenditure on IEC activities spent by the Government,

private sector, and the development community was estimated to be between INR

3,500 – 4,000 crores.

 Of this cash spend, ~20% (~INR 800 crores) was spent by the Ministry of Drinking

Water and Sanitation (MDWS), ~35% (~INR 1,250 crores) by the State Sanitation

Departments, ~25% (~INR 1,000 crores) by other government ministries, and the other

~20% by the private sector (CSR and business expenditures) and the development

sector collectively.

 An average person living in rural India was exposed to between 2,500 – 3,300 SBM

related messages over the last five years.


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 COMPLETE COURSE FOR RBI GRADE B 2019..LATEST MATERIAL..YEAR 2019..IN PDF FORMAT..EASY TO READ...ESI..FM..CURRENT AND STATIC BOTH..IT CAN BE DOWNLOADED THROUGH GOOGLE DRIVE and MCQS FORMAT PDF, AND  Finance (static and current) for 2019 in pdf  format by one more coaching institute also included.ONLY FOR Rs.400..if interested whatsap me on 8178765894 ..currently I am working in a PSB and also preparing for RBI Grade b   

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What To Study In Budget For Rbi Gr B Exam?


Focus on The following Points:


New Policies and amendments of old ones.


Allocation in key Policies.


Finance and Tax related Data.


Study The Above Points under Following Heads:


Annual Financial Statement (AFS) – Article 112

Demands for Grants (DG) – Article 113

Appropriation Bill – Artice 114(3)

Finance Bill – Article 110 (a)

Memorandum Explaining the Provisions in the Finance Bill.

Macro-economic framework for the relevant financial year – FRBM Act

Fiscal Policy Strategy Statement for the financial year – FRBM Act

Medium Term Fiscal Policy Statement – FRBM Act

Medium Term Expenditure Framework Statement – FRBM Act

Expenditure Budget Volume-1

Expenditure Budget Volume-2

Receipts Budget

Budget at a glance

Highlights of Budget

Status of Implementation of Announcements made in Finance Minister’s Budget Speech of the previous financial year.


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 IMPORTANT TOPIC FOR RBI GR B 2019 EXAM                                               

Forward Markets Commission (FMC)

What are forward markets?
‘Forward’ or ‘Futures’ are contracts for commodities that are traded at futures exchange similar to shares, but here, actual physical goods are traded. Futures/forwards contracts are traded on foreign currencies and interest rates also. The commodities that are traded in futue contracts are corn, crude oil, silver, gold, etc. There are certain benefits of these futures trading :

This hedges the participants against price risk(fluctuation in prices influenced by ecological, political or economic factors)
Commodity exchanges help in production(farmers observe the price trends and decide which product to cultivate and in what amount) as well as procurement planning(for industries which buy agricultural products as raw materials).
It enables the participation of various informed industry participants, which allow for efficient price discovery, discounting the local and global factors.
What was the NSEL Crisis?
National Spot Exchange of India (NSEL), an electronic trading platform where producers and traders could buy and sell agriculture and industrial commodities. NSEL had permitted bidding greater than the underlying assets and for longer durations than its mandated T+10=11 days duration. Therefore, a payment crisis at NSEL. Dues went unpaid to the tune of Rs. 5,600 crore.

The NSEL was being regulated by APMC(Agricultural Produce Market Committee) because it was a spot exchange not a futures exchange. But, it was acting as a futures exchange in violation of the rules without proper margin and settlement systems in place.

Therefore, after this crisis FMC is brought under finance ministry from Consumer affairs. This follows the logic that – regulations for commodities and stocks are similar since both are securities and involve trading of underlying assets.

forward market commission

Let us study the details about the FMC now:

The Forwards Market Commission is a statutory entity which is involved in monitoring and regulating the operations, activities of the Commodities futures market in India.
It is setup under the Forward Contracts (Regulation) Act of 1952.
FMC has its headquarters in Mumbai and a regional office in Kolkata.
It earlier functioned under the Ministry of Consumer affairs, this was prior to the NSEL crisis. Now it functions under the Department of Economic Affairs of Ministry of Finance.
Objectives of Forward Markets Commission (FMC):
The Forward Markets Commission (FMC), is the chief regulator of the Forwards and Futures market in the country. The Commission gives regulatory insights to ensure financial integrity, and  market integrity. It works towards protecting and promoting the interest of consumers or non-participants.

The FMC assesses the market situation and takes into account the recommendations made by the Commodity exchanges for prescribing the rules and regulations of the Exchange. The Commission accords permission for conducting trade in distict contracts, while monitoring the market conditions continuously. It takes remedial measures wherever necessary to impose regulatory measures.

Composition:
According to the Forward Contracts(Regulation) Act,1952 the commission should comprise of 2 members and a Chairman. These all three are appointed by the Central government. Generally, the Chairman is a member of the Indian Administrative Services and the members are from the Indian Economic Services.

Functions of FMC:
Forward Market Commission functions as a sole institution governing the commodities market in India. It executes a variety of roles.

It counsels the Central Government for matters regarding recognition or withdrawal of the previously accorded recognition from any of the registered association.
It also provides advice on any other matters that arise as a result of the administration of the Forward Contracts (Regulation) Act 1952.
FMC provides suggestions to uplift and improve the functioning of the Commission as well as the Futures  markets.
The Commission can cross-check and inspect the accounts as well as any other documents of the registered associations and their members.
It keeps a vigil on the Future commodities market and also exercises its discretionary powers in the interest and growth of the markets and consumers.
FMC is mandated to source, collect and publish the information about trading conditions for various  commodities covered under the purview of the governing act. These details are generally about the demand, supply and prices.
Commodity exchanges:
There are 22 exchanges in the country. Out of these twenty two, there are 6 National level exchanges involved in the Forward Commodity trading in India. These important six national exchanges are:

MCX (Multi-commodity Exchange of India Limited) located in Mumbai.
NCDEX (National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange Limited) situated in Mumbai.
NMCE (National Multi-commodity Exchange of India Limited) located in Ahmedabad.
ICEX (Indian Commodity Exchange Limited) based in New Delhi.
ACEINDIA (Ace Derivatives and Commodity Exchange Limited) located in Mumbai.
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