National Fund (PMNRF) India and List of Hospitals for Cancer Patients
Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund (PMNRF) is a service mechanism that offers money to people who are in need. This service can be utilized by people in needy life situations. PMNRF is headed by prime minister of India. In the period 2012-2013, The quantum of funds collected is 17.59 crore and funds disbursed was 181.52 crores.
The Frequently Asked Sections (FAQ) of PMNRF explains almost all the details needed. You can use this for clearing your doubts.
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1. The auditing of funds were done by an independent auditor M/s. Thakur Vaidyanath Aiyar & Company, Chartered Accountants. They are not linked to Government of India. Some of the firms are approved to do the auditing of government accounts. There is a list of these Audit Firms approved for appointment as Statutory Central Auditors in 25 Public Sector Banks for the year 2013-14 in the website of Reserve Bank of India. You can read more about Appointment of Statutory Auditors in Public Sector Banks in Guidelines for Appointment of Statutory Auditors in Public Sector Banks.
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WHO CAN APPLY?
Whose families affected by natural calamities like floods, cyclones and earthquakes etc. and to victims of the major accidents and riots, indigent patients for treatment for major diseases like cancer at Government/ PMNRF empanelled hospitals.