The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), under its Government Securities Acquisition Programme 2.0 (GSAP-2.0), plans to buy ₹1.2 trillion worth of outstanding government securities (G-secs) during July-September 2021. Under GSAP 1.0, RBI has already purchased ₹1 trillion worth of outstanding G-secs in the April-June quarter. GSAP aims to narrow the gap between the short-term and long-term risk-free rates of interest in the economy, thus enabling the government to borrow from the market at a reasonable cost and making its expanded borrowing programme sustainable.

Read More

Recent News

Indian men work more but women have less leisure time | Prof. Vidya Mahambare writes for The Print
Read More
Young married women are sleeping less and working more | Prof. Vidya Mahambare writes for The Print
Read More
Contact Us
  • Great Lakes Institute of Management,
    Prince infocity II,
    Ist floor,
    283/3, rajiv gandhi salai (OMR),
    Chennai - 600096
  • +91-44-6699-9300
  • +91-44-6699-9301


  • Cornell University
  • Chicago Booth
  • Skema Business School
  • Universite De Bordeaux
  • Babson
  • Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
Back to Top