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Monsoon session: Govt to amend key PSB privatisation laws

Monsoon session: Govt to amend key PSB privatisation laws

“Providing higher voting rights to the promoters will be the right step towards a more liberal banking system. The banks would need to walk the extra mile by adopting the right governance mechanism. This is required to convince tyeh RBI to change its current stance which is towards limiting promoter control,” said Shravan Shetty, MD – Financial Services, Primus Partners.

Real estate industry expects smooth flow of liquidity as RBI keeps repo rate unchanged

Real estate industry expects smooth flow of liquidity as RBI keeps repo rate unchanged

Shravan Shetty, MD, Primus Partners, said, MPC committee has continued its dovish stand and moved from a time based to a state based accommodative stance by stating that it will look for sustained growth on durable basis to change stance. This is primarily driven by the uncertainty generated by the second covid wave. Extension of initiatives like TLTRO, allowing banks on-lending facility in priority sector through non-MFI NBFCs, additional funding to All India Financial Institutions (AIFIs) like NABARD, SIDBI etc. also points to RBIs focus which is on growth even with inflation in the higher end of the set inflation range.

Cabinet okays ₹10,738 crore PLI scheme for solar modules, white goods

Cabinet okays ₹10,738 crore PLI scheme for solar modules, white goods

Nilaya Varma, co-founder and CEO of consulting firm Primus Partners, said, “The PLI scheme is expected to be a game-changer in India’s journey towards self-reliance and other national priorities such as job creation, attracting investments and increasing exports.”

Has RBI’s Das just put rupee on a long downward trajectory?

Has RBI’s Das just put rupee on a long downward trajectory?

Primus Partners CEO Nilaya Varma said RBI has moved to flatten the yield curve by looking at sucking out short term liquidity using mechanism like variable rate reverse repo and also announcing G-SAP 1.0 to stabilise long term rates. “This will help keep cost of borrowing low especially for government,” Varma added.

Rupee may lose further ground as RBI’s bond-buying plans dent sentiment: Analysts

Rupee may lose further ground as RBI’s bond-buying plans dent sentiment: Analysts

Primus Partners CEO Nilaya Varma said RBI has moved to flatten the yield curve by looking at sucking out short term liquidity using mechanism like variable rate reverse repo and also announcing G-SAP 1.0 to stabilise long term rates. “This will help keep cost of borrowing low especially for government,” Varma added.

The ‘Birds and Bees Talk’ celebrates World Health Day

The ‘Birds and Bees Talk’ celebrates World Health Day

The BBT (‘Birds and Bees Talk’) is a comprehensive growing life skills curriculum launched in 2020 by Reckitt Benckiser Health, under its flagship Dettol ‘Banega Swasth India’, in partnership with Primus Partners. Developed for students from ages 10 to 19 of the north-east states, the programme will provide accurate, fact-based and age-appropriate information to help adolescents make informed choices.

Cabinet clears plan to set up DFI for infra projects.

Cabinet clears plan to set up DFI for infra projects.

Nilaya Varma, co-founder and chief executive officer of consulting firm Primus Partners, said: “The Infrastructure sector, particularly the ₹111 lakh crore NIP, will be one of the major growth drivers, which is required to bring back the economy on the higher growth trajectory. The funding through DFI will catalyse rapid infrastructure development, which will have cascading impact on all sectors. It is good that the government is moving fast without wasting time.”

‘Work from home here to stay’, says Nandan Nilekani on HT Dialogues

‘Work from home here to stay’, says Nandan Nilekani on HT Dialogues

A survey conducted last year by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) and consulting firm Primus Partners revealed that 74% workers are inclined to work from home or want their companies to adopt other policy measures such as flexible working hours and staggered office schedule.

Square Panda India’s educational series ‘Early Learning Matters’ stresses on bolstering foundational learning

Square Panda India’s educational series ‘Early Learning Matters’ stresses on bolstering foundational learning

With NEP 2020, the focus has shifted to a change in mind set, with teacher training now of the essence. This will prepare teachers for the future, and set a strong foundation for future growth. An eminent panel comprising Charu Malhotra – Co-Founder & MD, Primus Partners; Anustup Nayak – Director, Classroom Instruction & Practices, Central Square Foundation; Ranjitsinh Disale – Renowned Educator & Winner of Global Teacher Prize 2020, and Ashish Jhalani – MD, Square Panda India shed light on ‘How teacher training is key to the execution of National Education Policy’, and what is the grassroots reality.

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