Tata Power has introduced a QR code service for bill payments in the megapolis, the company said in a statement. The QR code linked to Unified Payments Interface (UPI) will be printed on the electricity bills and customers can scan the code with Bhim app or any other UPI-linked bank apps and pay their bills without any hassle, it said. The bill details will be displayed on the app, after which the customer can authorise the payment within a few seconds and his bill will be paid instantaneously with a real time update of the payment in his consumer account. --------------------------------- Ultimate Sun System installs 1 mw rooftop solar plant Mumbai: Ultimate Sun Systems, an MNRE channel partner company, has commissioned a 1-mw rooftop solar plant at the MMU University, Mullana in Haryana. The plant will generate around 28 lakh units per year resulting in savings of around Rs 2 crore every year for the institute in their annual electricity bills, the company claimed in a statement. The company intends to focus on establishing a strong pan-India presence, followed by expansion across other Asian and African markets from 2020 onwards. ---------------------------------- Training programme for investors Mumbai: EM Academy today launched an education initiative called FinLearn Academy to help aspiring and existing investors master the art of trading in the stock markets. The academy will begin a one-year Smart Trader programme, which train participants to trade in live market environment.
A student will be charged Rs 40,000 for classroom delivery and Rs 20,000 for online.The participants will be provided with Emkay Globals trading platform EmTrade that comes with an extensive oscillators library, elaborate drawing tools and in-built modules for strategy creation.
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