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Telangana Govt plans EMI scheme for rooftop solar system

The Telangana government is set to come up with a scheme of Equated Monthly Installment (EMI) based installation of rooftop solar energy for individual consumers. According to official sources in the Telangana New and Renewable Energy Development Corporation Limited (TNREDCL) the scheme is in the final stages of development and ...

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Innovation Policy: Telangana

Innovation is usually associated with development of new products that represent performance or functional improvements over existing ones. These are categorized as “product innovations” and are usually more visible compared to “process innovations”. Given the benefit of a dynamic young population with more than half of the country’s population under ...

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Life Science Policy: Telangana

The life sciences sector, characterized by high investments and high demand, continues to remain the mainstay of scientific research across the world. The sector promises extraordinary potential in many emerging areas of development such as oncology, bio-similar development, development of vaccines and viral drugs, new drug developments in the emerging ...

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Scheme for Protection of Girl Child: Telangana

The Government of Telangana has initiated this scheme to protect the rights of children. The schemes aims at removing the practice of social evils such as female foeticide, child labour, child abuse, child trafficking, child marriage and to promote overall development of children including health, education, nutrition care. Objective: Empowerment ...

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Shadi Mubarak Scheme For Muslim Brides: Telangana

Minorities Welfare Department, Government of Telangana has initiated this scheme for extending financial support to every poor girl belonging to muslim minority Community. Objective Aim is to decrease the burden of marriage expenses from Muslim Brides minorities. Eligibility She shall belong to the minority community. She shall be a resident ...

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