As per the IND AS 19 Guidelines issued by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, to decide upon the rate of discounting for the post employment benefit obligations, it is suggested to used the yields on long term Indian Government bonds.

The yield rates below are comprised of Generic Indian government bills and bonds. The rates given below are based on the benchmark FIMMDA (Fixed Income Markets and Derivatives Association of India) indices. FIMMDA is the nodal agency designated by RBI to set financial benchmarks.


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