What is the lock-in period for Public Provident Fund?
The Public Provident Fund is a low risk, long term, fixed income investment. PPF was introduced in India in 1968 with the objective to mobilize small saving in the form of investment, coupled with a return on it. The invested money is locked-in for a minimum period of 15 years , which can be extended in blocks of 5 years, if required. However, the scheme permits partial withdrawals from year 7 i.e. on completing 6 years. An account holder can withdraw prematurely, up to a maximum of 50% of the amount that is in the account at the end of the 4th year.
Indian Taxation law is based on which of the following principle?
Under Minimum Wages Act, 1948 the Central Advisory Board shall consist of the following members nominated by Central Government :
In the case of a contract for sale by sample there is an implied condition:
In which of these scenarios would the right of private defense of body not extend to causing death?
The Competition Commission shall consist of a Chairperson and not less than ____________and not more than __________ other Members to be appointed by th...
What is the age of retirement of a Supreme Court judge?
Which of the following is true about the concept of "mahr" in Muslim Personal Law?
S.151 of CPC is:
The fundamental test to attract s 10 is whether on final decision being reached in the previous suit, such decision would operate as res judicata in the...
When a Proclamation of Emergency is in operation fundamental rights under part 3 of the Constitution are suspended except-