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Capital Market (in Hindi)
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Centre and state government Financial Institutions

Aartee Mishra is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Aartee Mishra
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Hello....Sir Thank you so much for such a fruitful mock tests. I have a doubt on explanation of Qstn no 2 of Jal Gram scheme....Sir, I think it is applicable to each and every dstt of country. Please clarify it...Thnkuu
A soft loan is a loan with no interest or a below-market rate of interest. Also known as "soft financing" or "concessional funding.
soft loans are loans below market rate, as provided by the world Bank to the developing countries
what is market rate?
soft loans are loans below market rate, as provided by the world Bank to the developing countries
soft loans are loans below market rate, as provided by the world Bank to the developing countries
soft loans are loans below market rate, as provided by the world Bank to the developing countries
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  4. Indian Capital Market The long-term financial market of an economy is known as the 'capital market. This market makes it possible to raise long-term money (capital), i.e., for a period of minimum 365 days and above Though India was having banks, but due to low saving rate and lower deposits with them, the upcoming industries could not be financed through them. The main borrowers for industrial development were the PSUs To support the capital requirement of the 'projects' of the public sector industries, the government came up with different types of financial institutions in the coming years The industrial financing supported by these financial institutions was known as 'project financing' in India. Over the time, Indian capital market started to have the following segments

  5. Financial Institutions All India Financial Institutions (AIFIs): At present, there are only four financial institutions operating in the country as AlFls regulated by the RBI, viz., the NABARD, SIDBI, Exim Bank and the NHB Specialised Financial Institutions (SFls)20: IFCI Venture Capital Funds Ltd (IFCI Venture), 2000: It was promoted as a Risk Capital Foundation (RCF) in 1975 by IFCI Ltd., a society to provide financial assistance to first generation professionals and technocrat entrepreneurs for setting up own ventures through soft loans, under the Risk Capital Scheme Tourism Finance Corporation of India Ltd (TFCI), 1989 Investment Institutions (Ils) Three investment institutions also came up in the public sector, which are yet another kind of Fis, i.e., the LIC (1956), the UTI (1964) and the GIC (1971)

  6. Financial Institutions State Level Finance Institutions (SLFIs) In the wake of states involvement in the industrial development, the central government allowed the states to set up their own financial institutions (after the states demanded so). In this process two kinds of Fls came up: State Finance Corporations (SFCs): First came up in Punjab (1955) with other states following its example. There are 18 SFCs working presently State Industrial Development Corporations (SIDCs): A fully dedicated state public sector FI to the cause of industrial development in the concerned states. First such Fls were set up (1960) in Andhra Pradesh and Bihar

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