TAMRA: Transparency, Auction Monitoring and Resource Augmentation (TAMRA) Portal and Mobile Application, is developed by the Ministry of Mines is expected to facilitate mineral mine actions.
TARANG: This web portal monitors the progress of Transmission System in the country, both Inter State and Intra State Transmission Projects through Tariff Based Competitive Bidding (TBCB) as well as Regulated Tariff Mechanism. This web portal also shows the prospective upcoming Inter State as well as Intra State Projects along with NITs being floated by different Transmission Utilities Pan India.
DEEP : DEEP (Discovery of Efficient Electricity Price) is e-Bidding and e-Reverse Auction portal for procurement of short term power by DISCOMs launched by Ministry of Power.
FASTAG is an electronic toll collection platform by NHAI.
The full form of MPIN is ‘Mobile banking Personal Identification number’. It works as a password when the user performs any transaction using mobile. It is a 4 digit (6 digits in some banks) secret code similar to the ATM PIN. But it is different from the ATM. The MPIN is used only when we transact through our mobile. The customer should keep it secret. Banks give this code to his customers when they register for mobile banking. Customers can also set MPIN using UPI apps and USSD banking.
What is IIN?
This number identifies the bank to which the customer has mapped his/her Aadhaar number. Each bank would be issued a unique Issuer Identification Number (IIN) NPCI. This is a six digit number. The customer service point will have the IIN number represented on the terminal by various bank logos/ bank names or the Business Correspondent (BC) agent will have a chart displayed of various banks IIN in the customer service centre. Therefore, the customer need not necessarily remember the IIN. It is however recommended that the customer be aware of their bank IIN to completely ensure an AEPS transaction.