BBPS

AcronymDefinition
BBPSBroken Bow Public Schools (Nebraska)
BBPSBovine Brain Phosphatidylserine
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The BBPS is a tiered structure for operating the bill payment system in the country under a single brand.
In its initial phase, the BBPS will cover repetitive payments for everyday utility services such as electricity, water, gas, telephone and Direct-to-Home (DTH).
With pre-purgative enema administration in our study, BBPS scores increased, although the difference was not statistically significant.
Cleansing scores for colon segments according to the BBPS scale for men and women in all groups Female Pre- Post- No Pre- Location enema enema enema enema and score (n= 42) (n= 44) (n= 39) (n= 36) Right colon[dagger] 3 18 (42.
After about a year of running the pilot, abiding by the technology and stipulated business processes, now, in an official communication, RBI has accorded final certification to Spice Digital for processing bill payments under BBPS as a BBPOU.
In August, 2016 the NPCI launched a pilot project for BBPS with eight BBPS operating unit, Spice Digital being one of the chosen units.
We expect BBPS to be a key contributor to improving operating margins, reducing lead times to our customers, reducing working capital and improving utilization of assets such as machinery, equipment and floor space," said Jaehnert.
After operationalisation of BBPS and based on the experience gained, RBI will review the need for fresh applications for authorisation to operate as a BBPOU and also consider expanding the scope of domain experience for eligibility purposes and type of bill payments covered.
The applications of entities not meeting the eligibility criteria, including that of requisite net worth and billing experience under the present scope of BBPS, are being returned.
The Reserve Bank of India has today decided to grant in principle approval to the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) to function as the Bharat Bill Payment Central Unit (BBPCU) in BBPS.
The RBI said all entities (including banks) failing to apply for authorisation/approval and continuing to engage in bill payment activities covered under the scope of BBPS would be treated as conducting the business in contravention of the BBPS guidelines issued under the Payment and Settlement System Act 2007, and may invite penal action by the Reserve Bank.