In Manipur, mobiles are being used for grievance redressal and also to get information about various public schemes such as Balika Samridhi Yojna, Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme.
What does NOAPS stand for?
NOAPS stands for National Old Age Pension Scheme (India)
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See other definitions of NOAPS
- New Orleans Academy of Ophthalmology
- Nation of All People
- National Ocean Access Project
- National Organization of Alternative Programs
- Naval Ocean Analysis and Prediction
- Navy Oil Analysis Program
- Network Operations Advisory Panel
- National Office of Animal and Plant Health (Australia)
- National Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy Parenting and Prevention
- National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society (est. 1991)
- NATO Oceanographic and Acoustic Prediction System
- National Organization for an American Revolution (San Francisco, CA)
- Naturally Occurring Acetylenes and Related Compounds
- North Okaloosa Amateur Radio Club (Crestview, FL)
- North Ottawa Amateur Radio Club (Canada)
- Northern Ontario Assessment and Resource Centre (Canada)
- North Olmsted Amateur Radio Depot (now Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Development; Ohio)
- Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Depot (aka Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Development)
- Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Development (aka Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Depot)
- Naval Oceanographic and Atmospheric Research Laboratory (Mississippi and California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
New Delhi, June 9 (ANI): The Union Cabinet on Thursday approved the lowering of age limit from 65-60 years for the purpose of disbursing pensions under Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme (IGNOAPS).
Events of 1909 National old age pension scheme came into force; First colour film was shown using Kinemacolor at the Palace Theatre in London; Selfridges department store opened in London; Representatives from England, Australia and South Africa met at Lords and formed the Imperial Cricket Conference; King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra opened the Victoria and Albert Museum; The first Boy Scout rally was held at The Crystal Palace in London; The first rugby match was played in Twickenham; The first Woolworth's store in Britain opened in Liverpool.