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Important Funds Allocated by Various Banks & Organizations for IBPS RRB PO/Clerk Mains 2017

Important Funds Allocated by Various Banks & Organizations for IBPS RRB PO/Clerk Mains 2017:

Dear Readers, Here we have given the List of Important Funds Allocated by Various Banks & Organizations (from 1st Jun to 15th Oct 2017) in complied for IBPS RRB PO Clerk Mains Exam, Candidates those who are preparing for the examination can download  and make use of it.

Name of the Beneficiary Organizations/Country/StateFund


Allocated ByPurpose
Jammu and Kashmir200 CroreSports Ministryfor the development of sports in Jammu & Kashmir
IndiaUSD 250-millionWorld Bank


for making Indian youth more employable through reskilling
Afghanistan$500 millionWorld Bank


dollars for Afghanistan to support a string of projects to boost the economy
IndiaUSD 36 MillionWorld Bankfor “Himachal Pradesh Public Financial Management Capacity Building Program.
IndiaUSD 39.2 MillionWorld Bankfor the project ‘”Assam Citizen Centric Service Delivery”
Assam44 million dollarWorld BankFor improving predictability and transparency in budget execution and efficiency in tax administration in Assam.
Andhra Pradesh$ 380 millionWorld Bank and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)will Build a reliable, quality and affordable power supply to citizens
IndiaUSD 35 MillionWorld Bankfor “Assam State Public Financial Institutional Reforms Project”


India Infrastructure Fund$150 millionAIIBThe Infrastructure Fund aims to invest in mid-cap infrastructure companies in India, and to expand the bank’s equity and loan deal sourcing pipelines in the private sector through its equity participation in this fund.
Yes Bank$150 millionUS Government and Wells FargoTo fund SME Lending
Gujarat Government$ 329 millionAsian Infrastructure Investment BankTo build access roads to 4,000 villages in Gujarat
Rajasthan$220 millionAsian Development BankFor improving road connectivity as well as transport efficiency and safety on state highways of Rajasthan.
Goa International Airports LtdRs. 1,330 crAxis Bankfor the development of Greenfield airport at Mopa
State-owned NTPCRs. 3,000 croreICICI Bankfor partially funding its capital expenditure
SoftBank$2.5 billionFlipkart
IndiaUS$ 329 millionAIIBFor Gujarat Rural Roads Projects
RajasthanRs. 1, 350 crNABARDFor creation of rural infrastructure
NTPCRs. 3000 crICICI BankFor partially its funding capital expenditure
Himachal Pradesh$80-MillionAsian Development Bank (ADB)for the modernization of Himachal Pradesh’s technical and vocational education and training (TVET) institutions.
Nepal$152 MillionAsian Development Bank (ADB)for the implementation and enhancement of its power transmission and distribution.
West Bengal$300 MillionADBfor carrying forward fiscal reforms in West Bengal
India$76 millionJapan


for a project to upgrade the environment management plan at Alang-Sosiya ship recycling yards
HaryanaRs. 119 CroreNABARDTo construct seven bridges and improvement of one rural road project in five districts of Haryana.
Bangladesh$ 4.5 billionLine Of Credit (LoC) agreement with IndiaFor its infrastructure and social sector development
Andhra PradeshRs. 273 croreNABARDFor Rural Water supply, Road and Bridge projects. These funds have been sanctioned under Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF).
India$100 millionAIIB & ADB


For boosting the power sector in India
Namami Gange ProjectRs 156 croreYes BankTo fund first Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) to be constructed at Varanasi under Namami Gange Project

Central Government has approved Rs 2,000 crore for setting up Aadhaar centres in post offices.


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