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  2.  The Central Board was a scheme proposed in the mid-1880s to provide for the devolution of some legislative powers from the Westminster Parliament in England to a proposed elected body (a board) in Ireland.   It was proposed to partially address the concerns of the Irish Home Rule movement. It was never pursued, and was superseded by the First Home Rule Bill in 1886.
  3.  According to Section-16, the following are the functions of the Central Board:  To promote cleanliness of streams and wells in different areas of the state.  To advise the Central Govt, on matters concerning the prevention and control of water pollution.  To co-ordinate the actions of the State Board and resolve disputes among them.  To provide technical assistance and guidance to the State Boards to carry out research in prevention and control of water pollution problems.  To organize training of persons engaged in pollution control.  To organise comprehensive programme for pollution control through mass media.  To lay down standards for streams or wells.  To prepare manuals, codes or guides for treatment and disposal of sewage and trade effluents.  To establish or recognise laboratories for analysis of water samples from any stream, well or trade effluents.
  4. Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme (IGNOAPS): A monthly pension of Rs.200/- is given to elderly aged 60-79 years belonging to BPL category. The pension increases to Rs.500/-per month upon attaining the age of 80 years. The total beneficiaries under the scheme are 221 lakh.  5 Pension Schemes For Senior Citizens Offered By The Government of India  APY – Atal Pension Yojana.  NPS – National Pension System.  PMVVY – Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana.  VPBY – Varishtha Pension Bima Yojana.  IGNOAPS – Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme.
  5. Scheme of National Scholarship for Persons with Disabilities – Scholarship is awarded for pursueing post matric / professional / technical courses of duration more than one year. For students with autism / cerebral palsy / mental retardation / multiple disabilities the scholarship is provided from Class 9 onwards. Advertisements are placed in all national dailies and on the MSJE website in the month of June. Applicants are eligible if they have disability above 40 per cent and the total family income does not exceed Rs. 15,000 per month.
  6.  List of Schemes for Differently Abled Persons  Assistance to Disabled Persons for Purchase/fitting of Aids and Appliances (ADIP) Scheme  District Disability Rehabilitation Centre (DDRC)  Implementation of the Scheme for Implementation of Persons with Disabilities Act (SIPDA)  National Scholarship  Un-employment allowances to Persons with Disability  Rehabilitation Grant  Allowances to the family with disabled children.  Allowance to employees with disabilities and child care allowance to women employees with disabilities.  Special School for students with Disabilities: Govt. BDS Deaf & Dumb School, Kahilipara, Guwahati; Jorhat Blind Institute, Jorhat; School for Hearing Impaired, Jorhat and Special School for Hearing Impaired, Lakhimpur, Grants in aid to Sreemanta Sarkar Mission, Barhampur Nagaon, Assam Sishu Vidyalaya, Bihpuria, Lakhimpur, Janamangal Andha Adrasha Vidyalaya, Moranhat and Society for Welfare of Blind, Guwahati.  Grants in aid provided to 15 Nos. of NGOs working with a mentally ill person.  Braille Press, Guwahati.  Composite Rehabilitation Centre (CRC).
  7.  Railway Recruitment Boards are organisations under the Government of India that manage the appointment of new employees to work in Indian Railways.  There are 21 offices of railway recruiting board all over the India: AhemadabadAs part of the National Rail Plan, Vision 2024 has been launched for accelerated implementation of certain critical projects by 2024 such as 100% electrification, multi-tracking of congested routes, upgradation of speed to 160 kmph on Delhi-Howrah and Delhi-Mumbai routes, upgradation of speed to 130kmph on all other Golden Quadrilateral-Golden Diagonal (GQ/GD) routes and elimination of all Level Crossings on all GQ/GD route.
  8.  The Human Resource Development Scheme of Department of Health Research is intended to create a pool of talented health research personnel in the country by upgrading skills of faculty of Medical Colleges/Institutes, mid – career Scientists, medical students, etc.  To increase the overall availability of trained personnel for health research from medical colleges across the country through scholarships, fellowships and career advancement scheme etc. for faculty and young medical doctors and other scientists to take up medical and health research as a career.
  9.  The Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises is the ministry in the Government of India. It is the apex executive body for the formulation and administration of rules, regulations and laws relating to micro, small and medium enterprises in India. The Minister of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises is Narayan Rane.  The statistics provided by the annual reports of Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) shows a rise in the plan amount spent on the khadi sector from ₹1942.7 million to ₹14540 million, and non-plan amounts from ₹437 million to ₹2291 million, in the period from 1994–95 to 2014–2015. The interest subsidies to khadi institutions increased from ₹96.3 million to ₹314.5 million in this period
  10.  According to Section-3, the Central Board shall consist of the following members:  1.A full time Chairman (to be nominated by the Central Government) having knowledge or practical experience in matters related to environmental protection or having knowledge and experience in administration of institutions dealing with aforesaid matters.  2.Not more than five officials nominated by the Central Government.  3.Not more than five persons nominated by the Central Government from amongst the members of State Boards.  4.Not more than three non-officials nominated by the government to represent interests of agriculture, fishery, agriculture-trade etc.  5.Two persons nominated by the government to represent the companies or corporations owned by the Central Government.  6.One full time Member-Secretary (to be appointed by the Central Govt.) having knowledge and experience of scientific engineering or management aspects of pollution control.