26 March, 2017

Baahubali 2 Pre Release Function LIVE

Baahubali 2 Pre Release Function LIVE

Baahubali 2 - The Conclusion Pre Release Event LIVE 360°



In order to further speed track Financial Inclusion in the country, Two Working Group were constituted by RBI on MicroATM standards and Central Infrastructure & Connectivity for Aadhaar based financial inclusion transactions with members representing RBI, Unique Identification Authority of India, NPCI, Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology and some special invitees representing banks and research institutions.
The working group on MicroATM standards & Central Infrastructure & Connectivity has submitted its report to RBI. As a part of the working group it was proposed to conduct a Lab level Proof of concept (PoC), integrating the authentication & encryption standards of UIDAI, to test the efficacy of MicroATM standards and transactions using Aadhaar before they are put to actual use. The PoC was successfully demonstrated at various venues. 
AEPS is a bank led model which allows online interoperable financial inclusion transaction at PoS (MicroATM) through the Business correspondent of any bank using the Aadhaar authentication.
The four Aadhaar enabled basic types of banking transactions are as follows:-
  • Balance Enquiry
  • Cash Withdrawal
  • Cash Deposit
  • Aadhaar to Aadhaar Funds Transfer
The only inputs required for a customer to do a transaction under this scenario are:-
  • IIN (Identifying the Bank to which the customer is associated)
  • Aadhaar Number
  • Fingerprint captured during their enrollment

*99# NUUP

One of the innovative payment service launched by NPCI includes *99# service, 
which works on Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) channel. 
This service was launched envisioning the potential of Mobile Banking and the need for immediate low value remittances which will help in financial deepening and inclusion of underbanked society in the mainstream banking services. 
*99# service was dedicated to the nation by the Honorable Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi on 28th August 2014 as part of Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY).

*99# service has been launched to take the banking services to every common man across the country. Banking customers can avail this service by dialing *99#, a “Common number across all Telecom Service Providers (TSPs)” on their mobile phone and transact through an interactive menu displayed on the mobile screen. 

Key services offered under *99# service include, interbank account to account fund transfer, balance enquiry, mini statement besides host of other services. 
*99# service is currently offered by 43 leading banks & all GSM service providers and can be accessed in 12 different languages including Hindi & English. *99# service is a unique interoperable direct to consumer service that brings together the diverse ecosystem partners such as Banks & TSPs (Telecom Service Providers).
It is a common technology platform developed by NPCI which allows the Banks and TSPs to seamlessly integrate with each other to provide banking services to the customers at large over the mobile phones (basic as well as smartphone).



IMPS-Immediate Payment Service

Immediate Payment Service (IMPS) is an instant real-time inter-bank electronic funds transfer system in India. 
IMPS offers an inter-bank electronic fund transfer service through mobile phones. 
Unlike NEFT and RTGS, the service is available 24/7 throughout the year including bank holidays.

It is managed by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) and is built upon the existing National Financial Switch network. 
In 2010, the NPCI initially carried out a pilot for the mobile payment system with 4 member banks (State Bank of India, Bank of India, Union Bank of India and ICICI Bank), and expanded it to include Yes Bank, Axis Bank and HDFC Bank later that year. 
IMPS was publicly launched on November 22, 2010.

List of participating banks in IMPS:


Unified Payments Interface (UPI) is a payment system launched by National Payments Corporation of India 
and regulated by Reserve Bank of India which facilitates the fund transfer between two bank accounts on the mobile platform instantly.

UPI (Unified Payments Interface) is an advanced version of Immediate Payment Service(IMPS) platform designed for transferring funds using: 
Transfer through Virtual Payment Address (Unique ID provided by bank) 
or Account Number + IFSC or Mobile Number + MMID(Mobile Money Identifier) 
or Aadhaar Number or Collect / Pull money basis Virtual ID. 
A MPIN(Mobile banking Personal Identification number) is given to the banking customer once they register for UPI which is required to be entered while confirming a money transfer.

Banks supporting UPI payment have started to upload their own UPI enabled Apps on Google Play store as well as on Apple App Store also.
National Payments Corporation of India has launched a Payment app BHIM and NUUP service for performing transaction using Aadhaar number over UPI.

Supported Banks:
Banks which supports UPI based transaction have been listed in NPCI page : http://www.npci.org.in/UPI_Livemembers.aspx


BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) is a Mobile App developed by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), based on the Unified Payment Interface (UPI). It was launched by Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, at a Digi Dhan mela at Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi on 30 December 2016. It has been named after Bhim Rao Ambedkar and is intended to facilitate e-payments directly through banks and as part of the 2016 Indian banknote demonetization and drive towards cashless transactions.

This UPI app supports all Indian banks which use that platform, which is built over the Immediate Payment Service infrastructure and allows the user to instantly transfer money between the bank accounts of any two parties. It can be used on all mobile devices.

BHIM allow users to send or receive money to other UPI payment addresses or scanning QR code or account number with IFSC code or MMID (Mobile Money Identifier) Code to users who do not have a UPI-based bank account.

BHIM allows users to check current balance in their bank accounts and to choose which bank account to use for conducting transactions, although only one can be active at any time.

Users can create their own QR code for a fixed amount of money, which is helpful in merchant — seller — buyer transactions.[citation needed] They can also have more than one payment address.

If the 12-digit Aadhaar is listed as a payment ID on the BHIM app will not require any biometric authentication or prior registration with the bank or Unified Payment Interface (UPI).

During Union Budget 2017, Union Finance minister Arun Jaitley said that Government will launch two new schemes to promote the use of the BHIM app. One will be referral payments for individuals, and the other will cashback for merchants who accept payments from BHIM.

Link ur PAN card with Aadhaar card

The government has decided to make Aadhaar number mandatory for filing of Income Tax returns as well as linking it with Permanent Account Number (PAN) card.
Link Aadhar Status :

Link Aadhar:
METHOD 1: (Without Registration/Login)
METHOD 2:    (With Registration/Login)
Follow the below mentioned procedure to link your PAN Card with Aadhaar Card
In order to link PAN and Aadhaar cards, tax payers have to first register on the Income tax e-Filing portal. Once they have done so, they are to follow the steps outlined below:
Log in to the e-Filing portal of the Income Tax Department by entering the log-in ID, password and date of birth
After punching in the details, you will also have to feed in a code
  On logging in to the site, a pop up window will appear, prompting you to link your PAN card with Aadhaar card
If not, you can go to Profile setting and opt the “Link Adhaar” button
Punch in the details such as name, date of birth and gender. It will be already mentioned by you during registration on the e-Filing portal
Verify the details on screen with the ones mentioned on your Aadhaar card
If the details match, enter your Aadhaar card number and click on the “link now” button
You will get the message that your Aadhaar card has been successfully linked to your PAN card.

08 March, 2017


Aadhaar card is a convenience, no doubt about that. It's a never-fail identification document that we need. But in a country like India, which has almost non-existential cyber security norms, you can never be too safe especially when you are giving out all your information through a thumb impression.
But all is not lost here, there are a few things you can do:
1) Lock your biometric data
Yes, you can do that. Nobody can access you biometric data once you have locked it. Your demographic details like address, age and gender will still be accessible when needed. To lock your biometric data, visit this page 
It will ask you to enter your 12 digit Aadhaar number, a captcha and a One Time Password (OTP) that you will receive on your registered number. On the next page, you can lock your biometric information.
If you wish to unlock the information, go to the same page, follow the same process and on the last page click on 'Unlock'.
2) Try to not to give a photocopy of the Aadhaar card to anyone, in physical or digital form. Avoid sharing your Aadhaar number with anyone. Remember, this number has all your information.
3) If there is no other option but to produce a photocopy of your Aadhaar card it is best to write the purpose and self-attest it.

06 March, 2017

JNTU : Hyderabad - Convocation (OD-Original Degree)

How to Apply JNTUH - X Convocation (OD-Original Degree)

X Convocation Prerequisites:

Checklist for X Convocation:

1. Only Those candidates can apply for Convocation whose PC issued date is ON OR BEFORE 04-10-2021.
2. Scanned Copy of a Digital Passport size Photograph (.JPEG format) should be between 100-200 KB.
3. Scanned Copy of Identity proof (.JPEG format), size should be between 100-200 KB.

The List of valid identity proofs are as follows.
College Identification Card (Recommended).
Aadhar Card.
Pan Card.
Driving License.
Voter Identification Card.
Indian Passport.

4.Scanned Copy of Provisional Certificate (.JPEG format), size should be between 200-300 KB.
5. Students should furnish their Provisional Certificate NUMBER (Number that is above the serial no of PC).
6. Use MS PAINT to resize the image (or) Resize the Image  If the image size exceeds the given limits.

Instructions To The Candidates:

The registration procedure for obtaining the original degree certificates from JNTU Hyderabad in X Convocation is through online mode only. 
The candidates have to furnish their particulars including Provisional Certificate (PC) number and the address for communication in online mode.

The application fee of Rs. 600/- (Six Hundred Rupees only) can be paid either by making online Payment (using Credit/Debit card or Internet Banking) or by making the payments at any branch of SBI by taking the system generated challan. 

Those Students who have applied for degree in Pre-Convocation mode should not apply for this Convocation. The Students Who have already paid the Original Degree (OD) fee in their College need not pay now, however the registration is compulsory in this Convocation for obtaining the OD.

For carrying out the registrations using this application software, the candidates are informed to create their account by furnishing their personal details. Further the candidates are informed to remember their passwords for any future correspondence or updates. 

The User name shall be the hall-ticket number of the candidate during the study of the course for which he/she is seeking the Original Degree certificate. The Original Degree Certificate (other than PhDs) shall be sent to the candidates to the correspondence address mentioned at the time of online registration. 

The last date for applying for OD in this Convocation is 11/10/2021.

Please contact helpdesk phone numbers: 9491283135, 9491293135 for enquiries/queries.
Email to: support.convocation@jntuh.ac.in

04 March, 2017


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03 March, 2017

Prajavani - Telangana Govt.

Public Grievance Redressal and Monitoring System for State of Telangana (PGRAMS):