When can we expect the first PPP payments?
The country’s Central Payments Corporation (CPC) is set to roll out a PPP system, the latest step in the country’s planned rollout of electronic payments in public.
The first phase of the PPP payment system is expected to be launched by the end of next year.
For the next phase, the NPCB has ordered the implementation of electronic payment systems in public spaces, including the banks, to ease the burden on the financial services industry.
While the government is set for a cashless society, the country has been slow to implement its ambitious programme to make payments easier.
Poverty-related deaths in the public sector are on the rise in many parts of the country.
The Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) reports that the number of people living in poverty has risen by 8.9% from 2016 to 2017, while the number living in debt has increased by 8%.
The central government has also proposed a tax on all goods and services to fund PPPs.
India has already implemented PPP systems in some areas, such as the banks.
However, for the first time, the central government is planning to roll them out in all public spaces.
According to the NPC, it is expected that PPP can make payments in 15 minutes, and will be made available for the purchase of food, drink and cosmetics.
If implemented, it will be the first major change in the government’s approach towards PPP, as it will help to ease poverty and make public services more accessible.
To make payments, people will have to fill out a form at the bank.
Then, a bank clerk will process their payment through a computerised system.
Once the payment is processed, a cash register will display the amount deposited and the amount collected.
The system is supposed to be in place in 10-15 minutes.
The cash register also offers an option for people to check the status of their payment.
In addition to the cash register, there will be a cash-only kiosk for PPP transactions in the banks and on the internet.