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Indefinite Articles – A or An The words a and an are called indefinite articles. We can use them with singular nouns to talk about any single person or thing....

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WHO vs WHOM WHO is a pronoun that refers to the subject of the sentence. WHOM is a pronoun that refers to the object of the sentence. Examples: Who locked the door? ...

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Off-balance sheet exposures Off-balance sheet exposures refer to activities that are effectively assets or liabilities of a company but do not appear on the company’s...

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Then vs Than THEN is an adverb that is used to situate events in time, and an adjective that means, “being so at the time”. THAN is a conjunction that...

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‘On tap' authorisation of payment systems RBI has issued guidelines on ‘on tap' authorisation of payment systems on 15th October 2019. The aim is to...

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AFFECT vs EFFECT Affect Definition and Examples Primarily, “affect” is used as a verb. That means that it is performing an action on something or someone. The...

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Asset/Liability Committee (ALCO) A risk management committee in a bank that evaluates the risk associated with the bank's assets and liabilities. It manages interest rate...

Government scheme : POSHAN Abhiyaan

The Prime Minister’s Overarching Scheme for Holistic Nutrition or POSHAN Abhiyaan or National Nutrition Mission, is Government of India’s flagship programme to improve nutritional...
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