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Ind-Ra: Markets to Focus on Global Environment
Apr 26,2016

The trajectory of global crude oil price, and the US Fed policy move will be the key drivers for both debt and currency markets during this week, says India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra). The benchmark 10-year G-sec yield is likely to trade in the 7.42%-7.50% band for the week (7.46% at close on 22 April 2016) while the rupee is likely to hover in the range of 66.20-66.85/USD (66.48/USD at close on 22 April 2016) over the coming week.

Central Banks Meetings to Determine Risk Preference: Ind-Ra believes the US Fed policy meeting (26-27 April 2016) will be crucial amid low expectations of a Fed rate hike while the economic data has been resilient. The sharp recovery in global oil price, sustained improvement in US labour markets, stability in the global financial market provide reasonable scope for a rate hike in the next policy in June 2016. Consequently, the communication of Fed will be critical this week. Additionally, Bank of Japans policy move will also be instrumental to determine the balance of risks.

The global crude oil price has recovered to around USD45/bbl (48% up) presently from around USD30/bbl in mid-January. The rise in crude oil price may reduce the optimism of oil importing emerging economies on the fiscal and inflation fronts. At the same time, a sustained recovery in oil prices will be favourable for developed economies in terms of inflation. While the overall global recovery may remain tepid, it could be supportive for the global risk appetite.

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The index of mineral production of mining and quarrying sector was 5% higher in February 2016 over February 2015
Apr 26,2016

Mineral Production during February 2016 (Provisional) The index of mineral production of mining and quarrying sector for the month of February (new Series 2004-05=100) 2016 at 136.1, was 5% higher as compared to February 2015. The cumulative growth for the period April- February 2015-16 over the corresponding period of previous year stands at (+) 2.4%.

The total value of mineral production (excluding atomic & minor minerals) in the country during February 2016 was Rs. 19995 crore. The contribution of Coal was the highest at Rs. 8662 crore (43%). Next in the order of importance were: Petroleum (crude) Rs. 5266 crore, Natural gas (utilized) Rs. 2063 crore, Iron ore Rs. 1945 crore, Lignite Rs.705 crore and Limestone Rs. 512 crore. These six minerals together contributed about 96% of the total value of mineral production in February 2016.

Production level of important minerals in February 2016 were: Coal 601 lakh tonnes, Lignite 51 lakh tonnes, Natural gas (utilized) 2495 million cu. m., Petroleum (crude) 29 lakh tonnes, Bauxite 1827 thousand tonnes, Chromite 350 thousand tonnes, Copper conc. 12 thousand tonnes, Gold 101 kg., Iron ore 164 lakh tonnes, Lead conc. 21 thousand tonnes, Manganese ore 171 thousand tonnes, Zinc conc. 90 thousand tonnes, Apatite & Phosphorite 57 thousand tonnes, Limestone 260 lakh tonnes, Magnesite 22 thousand tonnes and Diamond 4153 carat.

The production of important minerals showing positive growth during February 2016 over February 2015 include Iron ore (54.8%), Chromite (43.9%), Diamond (41.0%), Bauxite (37.4%), Copper conc. (20.2%), Lignite (9.2%), Lead conc. (9.0%), Magnesite (8.6%), Limestone (7.0%), Coal (3.7%), Natural gas (utilized) (1.7%), and Petroleum (crude) (0.8%). The production of other important minerals showing negative growth are: Apatite & Phosphorite [(-) 78.5%], Zinc conc. [(-) 34.4%], Gold [(-) 24.6%], and Manganese ore [(-) 20.8%].

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RBI working towards simplifying registration process of new NBFCs: R. Gandhi, deputy governor
Apr 26,2016

In order to improve ease of doing business and make the process of registration of new non-banking finance companies smoother and hassle free, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is simplifying and rationalising the registration process, a top official said at an ASSOCHAM event.

n++The new application forms will be simpler and the number of documents required to be submitted will be reduced and the entire process could be made online for ease, speed and transparency,n++ said Mr R. Gandhi, deputy governor, RBI while inaugurating an ASSOCHAM summit on NBFCs: The Changing Landscape.

He also said that RBI will soon put up a concept note on peer to peer lending (P2P) on its website for public comments and the contours of regulating P2P lending will be decided in consultation with markets regulator Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

Mr Gandhi said that considering the developmental needs of the economy, the RBI will continue to approve new types of NBFCs.

Highlighting that small NBFCs cannot be totally exempted from regulation, he said n++They do deal with customers and customer protection issue will remain and that will need regulation, that is why we have simplified the regulatory framework for these small NBFCs.n++

Talking about harmonisation of regulations for NBFC sector with commercial banking, Mr Gandhi said that RBIs stance is to harmonise, not equalise the regulations. n++Similar activities should be subject to similar regulation, this is driven primarily to remove arbitrage.n++

On the issue of allowing deposit taking activity of NBFCs, he said that it is a specious argument because maturity transformation automatically runs the risk of asset liability mismatches, and a non-banks runs a much higher liquidity risk, hence it will be prudent to let only banks accept deposits.

Mr Gandhi also said that NBFCs lending for infrastructure will have greater scope in coming years, as economic growth will bring forth new projects.

He added that Make in India and Start Up businesses could offer fresh opportunities for the NBFCs to grow.

He concluded by saying that non-bank channels play an important role in financing the real economy but are also a source of systemic risk especially when highly interconnected with the banking system.

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Promotion of Ancient Games to Attract Tourists
Apr 26,2016

The United Nation World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) projects International Tourist Arrivals to grow by 4% world - wide during 2016.

Various initiatives undertaken by the Government to attract foreign tourists to the country are as follows:-

i. Multilingual Tourist Infoline:

The Ministry of Tourism has launched the 24x7 Toll Free Multi-Lingual Tourist Info Line on 8.2.2016. Besides English and Hindi, the languages handled by the contact centers include ten International languages namely, Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. The multi-lingual helpdesk in the designated languages provides support service in terms of providing information relating to Travel & Tourism in India and assist the callers with advice on action to be taken during times of distress while travelling in India and if need be alert the concerned authorities.

ii. E - Tourist Visa (e-TV):

The Government of India has introduced the facility of e-TV for the citizens of 150 countries at 16 airports. Introduction of e-TV is a Path breaking measure by the Government in easing entry formalities in the country.

The Visa on Arrival facility has been extended to the nationals of Japan w.e.f. 1st March, 2016.

iii. Revision of the e-TV fee:

The e - TV fee has been revised in four slabs of 0, US $25, US $48, and US $60 from November 3, 2015. Earlier, e-TV application fee was US $60 and bank charge was US $2 which was uniform for all the countries. Bank charges have also been reduced from US $2 to 2.5 % of the e-TV fee.

iv. Publicity and Promotion:

The Ministry of Tourism promotes India as a holistic destination in the international markets. As part of its promotional activities, the Ministry releases campaigns in the international markets under the Incredible India brand-line to showcase various tourism destinations and products including its cultural heritage.

Moreover, a series of promotional activities are being undertaken in tourist generating markets overseas through the India Tourism Offices abroad with the objective of showcasing Indias tourism potential and promoting tourism to the country. These promotional activities include participation in travel fairs and exhibitions; organising road shows, Know India seminars & workshops; organizing and supporting Indian food and cultural festivals; publication of brochures, offering joint advertising and brochure support, and inviting media personalities, tour operators and opinion makers to visit the country under the Hospitality programme of the Ministry.

The Ministry of Tourism provides financial assistance to Stakeholders and Tourism Departments of States/Union Territories for undertaking promotional activities under the Marketing Development Assistance Scheme.

v. Central Financial Assistance:

Ministry of Tourism operates various schemes through which Central Financial Assistance is provided to States/UTs for overall development and promotion of tourism. Following two schemes have been launched for development of tourism in thematic manner:

Swadesh Darshan: Swadesh Darshan was launched for development of theme based tourist circuits in a way that caters to both mass and niche tourism in a holistic manner. Thirteen Circuits namely North-East India Circuit, Buddhist Circuit, Himalayan Circuit, Coastal Circuit, Krishna Circuit, Desert Circuit, Tribal Circuit, Eco Circuit, Wildlife Circuit, Rural Circuit, Spiritual Circuit, Ramayana Circuit and Heritage Circuit have been identified for development under this Scheme.

National Mission on Pilgrimage Rejuvenation and Spiritual Augmentation Drive (PRASAD):

This Scheme has been launched for the development and beautification of pilgrimage sites to tap the growth of domestic tourists driven by religious sentiments and to augment tourism infrastructure at places of pilgrimage to facilitate pilgrims/tourists. Cities namely Amritsar, Kedarnath, Ajmer, Mathura, Varanasi, Gaya, Puri, Dwarka, Amaravati, Kanchipuram, Vellankanni, Kamakhya and Patna have been identified for infrastructure development under the scheme.

Primary responsibility for promotion and development of sports disciplines including traditional/conventional indigenous games like archery, wrestling, kabaddi, kho-kho, etc. is that of the concerned National Sports Federations.

The existing schemes of the Government of India and Sports Authority of India (SAI) lay adequate focus on the promotion of traditional and indigenous games. Under the Scheme of Assistance to National Sports Federations (NSFs), the sports federations dealing with indigenous/traditional games including archery, wrestling, Kho-Kho and Kabaddi have been given Government recognition, and are provided with financial assistance for promotional and developmental activities.

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Extension of date for filing of ST3 returns
Apr 26,2016

The Central Government has extended the date of filing of ST-3 returns to 29 April 2016 from 25 April 2016 owing to certain difficulties being faced by the taxpayers in the ACES application. Order 1/2016 -- Service Tax dated 25 April 2016 has been issued in this regard.

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CBEC takes Litigation Management and Dispute Resolution measures
Apr 26,2016

The Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC), Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance, Government of India has taken several measures to manage litigation and reduce disputes. The prominent initiatives are given below:

Litigation Management:

n++ The threshold limit below which appeals are not to be filed by the department in CESTAT (Tribunal) and High Courts have been raised to Rs 10 lakhs and Rs 15 lakhs respectively.

n++ Withdrawal of all cases in High Court and CESTAT where there is a precedent Supreme Court decision and against which no review is contemplated by the department.

n++ Chief Commissioners/Principal Commissioners have been directed to identify the cases fit for withdrawal amongst the cases pending in appeal before CESTAT and High Courts. In response field formations have identified 2051 and 5261 cases which are fit for withdrawal from High Court and CESTAT respectively as per the threshold monetary limits prescribed now and have already filed withdrawal applications in 980 and 2174 cases in High Courts and CESTAT respectively. Out of this the High Court has allowed withdrawal in 250 cases and CESTAT in 202 cases.

Dispute Resolution:

n++ Pre Show Cause notice consultation with the assessee at the level of Pr. Commissioner/Commissioner has been made mandatory in all the cases where duty involved is above Rs. 50 Lakhs.

n++ Detailed instructions have been issued to all field formations regarding the manner, in which a SCN is to be issued, personal hearings are to be granted and speaking adjudication orders to be issued. The Chief Commissioners have been directed to do sample verification of records of such proceedings from time to time.

n++ Training/Workshops are being organized in zones to train officers to issue quality Show Cause Notices, judicious adjudication orders, advocacy, in order to minimise disputes and further litigation. This will assist ease of doing business.

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The Government has fixed the price of ethanol
Apr 25,2016

The Government has permitted Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) to sell Ethanol blended petrol with percentage of ethanol up to 10% as per BIS Specification to achieve 5% ethanol blending across the country as a whole. During the sugar year 2014-15, OMCs have achieved a blending percentage of 2.3 per cent.

The Government has fixed the price of ethanol. As petrol has been decontrolled with effect from June, 2010 OMCs take appropriate decision on pricing of petrol as per international prices and market conditions.

Ethanol blending in Petrol results in saving of Petrol to the extent of its blending and consequent foreign exchange. The potential foreign exchange earnings for the Sugar Year 2014-15 amounts to around USD 285 Million.

In order to improve the availability of ethanol and encourage ethanol blending, the Government has taken following steps :

(i) The Government has fixed the delivered price of ethanol in the range of Rs.48.50 per litre to 49.50 per litre.

(ii) Ethanol produced from other non-food feedstocks besides molasses, like cellulosic and ligno cellulosic materials including petrochemical route, have been allowed to be procured.

(iii) Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, on 1st September, 2015, inter-alia has asked OMCs to target ten percent blending of ethanol in Petrol in as many States as possible.

(iv) The procedure of procurement of ethanol under the EBP has been simplified to streamline the entire ethanol supply chain.

(v) Excise duty has been waived on ethanol supplies to OMCs for EBP by sugar mills during 2015-16.

Above initiatives to incentivize Ethanol Blended Petrol (EBP) Programme are expected to increase blending of ethanol in the near future.

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The Government has decided to implement Direct Benefit Transfer in Kerosene (DBTK) in 33 districts identified by 9 State Governments
Apr 25,2016

The Government has decided to implement Direct Benefit Transfer in Kerosene (DBTK) in 33 districts identified by 9 State Governments. The States are gearing up for implementation of direct transfer of subsidy. Under DBTK, the consumer will pay the non-subsidized price of kerosene at the time of purchase. Subsequently, the amount of subsidy will be directly transferred to the bank account of the beneficiary. As a part of this scheme, implementing States will be given fiscal incentive equivalent to 75 % of subsidy saved in the first two years, 50 % of subsidy saved in third year and 25 % of subsidy saved in 4th year. In case the States voluntarily agree to undertake cuts in kerosene allocation, beyond the savings due to DBTK, a similar incentive will be given to those States/UTs. The calculation will be based on net savings in kerosene consumption at State level from the baseline. The baseline for calculation of savings shall be 90% of the 2015-16 allocation of PDS SKO.

All State/UTs have been requested to join the Scheme either in identified districts or in the entire State.

The Ministry is in touch with the State Governments to ensure that proper mechanisms are put in place at the earliest.

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Public Private Partnership Appraisal Committee (PPPAC) clears one road project in the State of Punjab worth Rs. 1,169.61 crore
Apr 25,2016

The Public Private Partnership Appraisal Committee (PPPAC) chaired by Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs(DEA), Ministry of Finance met here today and cleared one (1) road project in the State of Punjab with an estimated project cost of Rs. 1169.61 crore.

PPP Projects implemented by Infrastructure Ministries and Departments of Central Government are cleared by Institutional Mechanisms.

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Expenditure on medical care under ESI Scheme is shared between ESI Corporation and the State Government in the ratio of 7:1
Apr 25,2016

As per decision of Employees State Insurance (ESI) Corporation, expenditure on medical care under ESI Scheme is shared between ESI Corporation and the State Government in the ratio of 7:1 within a prescribed ceiling which is revised from time to time. Medical expenditure beyond this ceiling is to be borne by the concerned State Government.

Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi is yet to provide their share of Rs.1127.87 crore (as on 31.03.2014). Out of this, an amount of Rs. 114.71 crore is due as 1/8th share payable within the ceiling and rest Rs. 1013.16 crore is due for payment outside the ceiling.

Steps are being taken to recover the pending dues. Matter is being persuaded at highest level including reminders at the level of Honble Minister and DG, ESIC.

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The foreign tourists who visited India for medical purpose during 2012, 2013 and 2014 were 171021, 236898 and 184298, respectively
Apr 25,2016

The development and promotion of tourism primarily is the responsibility of the State Governments/Union Territory Administrations. The Ministry of Tourism as part of its ongoing promotional activities releases campaigns in the international and domestic markets and also undertakes other promotional activities including Promotion of Medical Tourism.

However, in order to provide dedicated institutional framework to take forward the cause of promotion of Medical Tourism, Wellness Tourism and Yoga, Ayurveda Tourism and any other format of Indian system of medicine covered by Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy (AYUSH), a National Medical and Wellness Tourism Board has been constituted. The Board shall work as an umbrella organization that governs and promotes this segment of tourism in an organized manner. The Ministry would drive the promotion of Medical & Wellness Tourism and will act as a facilitator and support the medical/wellness segment in promoting tourism and promoting India as a medical and wellness destination. The Board held its first meeting on 13th January 2016. The issues relating to regulations, monitoring, marketing & promotion of Medical and Wellness Tourism are looked into by the Board.

The foreign tourists who visited India for medical purpose during 2012, 2013 and 2014 were 171021, 236898 and 184298, respectively. Data for the year 2014 is of visa type by Nationality. Earlier data is of Nationality-wise FTAs by purpose of visit based on the information recorded in disembarkation card.

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The closing balance of Funds managed by EPFO for 2014-15 is Rs. 6,34,174.33 crore
Apr 25,2016

As per the Audited Consolidated Annual Accounts of Employees Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) for the year 2014-15, the closing balance of Funds managed by EPFO is Rs. 6,34,174.33 crore.

Regarding EPFO being the eleventh largest pension fund in the world, no such information is available with EPFO.

The fresh accruals in 2015-16 in the three Schemes framed under the Employees Provident Funds & Miscellaneous Provisions (EPF & MP) Act, 1952 as per the revised estimates is Rs. 1,01,538.54 crore.

The revised estimates for the year 2015-16 are projected to be 13.81 per cent higher than the Budget estimates. The details of revised estimates of the three Schemes are as under:

(i) Employees Provident Funds (EPF) Scheme, 1952 : Rs. 71,398.25 crore

(ii) Employees Pension Scheme (EPS), 1995: Rs. 29,000.00 crore

(iii) Employees Deposit-Linked Insurance (EDLI) Scheme, 1976: Rs 1,140.29 crore.

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Amendment to PF Act
Apr 25,2016

A proposal for comprehensive amendment to the Employees Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions (EPF & MP) Act, 1952 is under consideration of the Government which, inter alia, includes reducing threshold limit for coverage from 20 to 10 employees under the Act.

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102 Villages Electrified Last Week Under DDUGJY
Apr 25,2016

102 villages have been electrified across the country during last week (from 18th to 24th April 2016) under Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojna (DDUGJY). Out of these electrified villages, 23 villages belong to Arunachal Pradesh , 32 in Assam, 11 in Jharkhand, 3 in Rajasthan, 13 in Bihar, 2 in Chhattisgarh, 6 in Odisha ,7 in Madhya Pradesh, 2 in Manipur and 3 in Uttar Pradesh .

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PHDCCI & PHFI sign a 5 year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to augment a strategic partnership for skill building in Healthcare in India
Apr 25,2016

With an aim to augment the Government of Indias Skill India flagship project and to create a robust and vibrant eco-system for quality skill development in the healthcare sector, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) and Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) signed a 5 year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for launching a joint program to organize capacity building initiatives in skilling healthcare professionals especially in the areas of chronic diseases and prevention of Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs).

The MoU signed by Dr. Mahesh Gupta, President, PHD Chamber and Professor K. Srinath Reddy, President, PHFI, will undertake a country-wide initiatives to conduct training workshops for industry, government (Central/ State) and MNCs on important public health issues, with a special focus on Non Communicable Diseases.

In his address Dr. Mahesh Gupta, President, PHD Chamber lauded the timing of the MoU and said n++The Indian healthcare sector today is growing at a brisk pace and this MoU comes at a time when the Skill India Movement is looking at bringing about convergence. Along with PHFI, a key partner that has already developed capacity building and academic programmes, PHD Chamber renews its commitment to address the shortage in human resources in health through this MoU, hence being instrumental in advocating to corporates sustainable approaches in Indian healthcare sector.n++

Pointing out the major constraints faced by Healthcare professionals, Dr Mahesh Gupta emphasized that this sector in India is suffering with overworked professionals as there is a severe shortage of staff. The skill development workshops can be used across India to scale up and get this workforce to be competent in the healthcare space.

Stressing on the need to upgrade skills in the Healthcare sector, Prof. K Srinath Reddy, President, Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) emphasized n++The healthcare sector is expected to drive the growth of the economy as well as play a significant role in employment. In spite of notable progress and many positive developments, deficiencies in human resources both in terms of skills and numbers continue to pose a challenge for healthcare sector, affecting n++Universal Health Coverage for Alln++. This MoU is a landmark initiative and will provide training on best practices in healthcare to a large spectrum of professionals in order to improve their employability and work towards a healthier India.n++

According to the most recent figures reported in the World Health Statistics 2011, the density of doctors in India is 6 for a population of 10,000, while that of nurses and midwives is 13 per 10,000 population. India has a doctor-to-population ratio of 0.5:1000 in comparison to 0.3 in Thailand, 0.4 in Sri Lanka, 1.6 in China, 5.4 in the UK, and 5.5 in the United States of America.

Further the density of practicing healthcare workforce gets further skewed as almost 25% doctors and 40% nurses do not practice in the formal health system. Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) in its 2012 report estimated a shortage of 6.4 million allied health professionals in the country. The report highlighted the gap in both; sheer number of professionals of various specialties as well as the quality of skills acquired by the graduating students from several hundreds of institutions across the country.

According to estimates, The overall Indian healthcare market today is worth US$ 100 billion and is expected to grow to US$ 280 billion by 2020, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.9 per cent. Healthcare delivery, which includes hospitals, nursing homes and diagnostics centers, and pharmaceuticals, constitutes 65 per cent of the overall market.

Mr.Nishant Berlia, Chairman, PHD Health Committee said that there is a significant scope for enhancing healthcare services considering that healthcare spending as a percentage of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is rising. Rural India, which accounts for over 70 per cent of the population, is set to emerge as a potential demand source.

He added that with a billion-plus population India needs an extensive and vast healthcare infrastructure and huge trained work force of healthcare professionals. Despite spurt of new hospitals and medical facilities across the country, we are still way behind from getting the adequate hospitals and medical personnel. Currently India has 0.9 beds per 1,000 populations, which is far below the global average of 2.9 beds. By 2022, it is estimated that India would require over 27 lakh additional beds. Along with huge dearth of these regular healthcare services, our country also grossly lacks in emergency medical response services. In a country where 160,000 people die every year in road accidents and millions other die due to cardiovascular problems, both scenarios where emergency medical assistance is required, there are only about 10,000 medical emergency response technicians have been trained since 2005 in the nation of 1.2 billion. By contrast, the United States has 240,000 for a population that is a fourth of Indias.

Dr D Prabhakaran, Vice President (Research and Policy), Public Health Foundation of India said, n++Today there is ample evidence suggesting that empowered health professionals can be the leaders of change, playing critical roles in improving the reach of health services especially in countries like India which has enough challenges in the health sector. This MoU will not only identify skill-gaps in the healthcare industry, but will also jointly develop various courses and trainings, to build & upgrade the capacity of healthcare in the country, ultimately being an innovative vehicle to achieve the objectives of the National Policy for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.n++

The MoU will aim and work to develop and conduct training workshops for Healthcare professionals on chronic diseases across India and to develop and facilitate worksite wellness programs with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Heads, particularly for the prevention of NCDs (Non Communicable Diseases). Training workshops (Training of Trainers) & Monitoring & Evaluation programs for industry, Govt-Central/ State/ MNCs/ world bodies in healthcare & associated areas on important issues in public health will be developed and conducted by PHFI and PHD Chamber.

Through this MoU, PHD Chamber will work to place the issue of public health on every corporate boardroom agenda. The focus of Public Health in PHD Chamber is to advocate for curative and preventive health beyond that of the employees and dependents into the community and the less privileged ones. The focus areas have been prevention and management of Non Communicable diseases (NCDs), research, healthcare innovation etc. among others through projects and programs. Similarly, Public Health Foundation of India will fortify its mandate to respond to redress the limited institutional capacity in India for strengthening training, research and policy development in the area of Public Health, and develop various capacity building initiatives for primary care physicians in the field of NCDs and CVD.

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