Alpsankhyack help for 20 rupees for companies

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Jhansi. The yogi government was friendly to the minorities. Twenty lakh rupees loan program for minority youths to take up employment resumed after about ten years. With the help of these unemployed young people, they can start their business.
Minority Financial and Development Corporation Limited previously made loans to minority youth with the help of the central government to help them find jobs, but due to the large number of such loans that have become NPAs, the program was suddenly stopped by the Mayawati government. This scheme could not even be started during the Achilesh regime. The Yogi government also forgot about this program for about four years, but some time ago there was an agreement between the central government and the UP government to start the program. It was decided that the National Minorities Development and Finance Corporation would cover 90 percent of the project costs. While 5.05 percent will be merged with the State Minorities Financial and Development Corporation. This credit program was then resumed. In other districts it was implemented earlier, while in Jhansi it is implemented now. Through this loan-based program, unemployed youth and girls belonging to the Muslim, Sikh, Christian, Buddhist, Parsi and Jain categories can obtain loans from one to twenty lakhs. This allows unemployed young people to take up work in the fields of agriculture, technical handicrafts, small businesses, handicrafts and the transport and service sectors. However, the beneficiaries also have to repay this money in five years. According to Amit Kumar Singh, District Welfare Officer for Minorities, only natives of Jhansi can apply. The income for urban areas should not exceed 1 to 20 lakhs, while for rural areas it should be 98 thousand. According to the minority welfare officer, the application process for this has been initiated. Applications are accepted until July 10th.

Jhansi. The yogi government was friendly to the minorities. Twenty lakh rupees loan program for minority youths to take up employment resumed after about ten years. With the help of these unemployed young people, they can start their business.

Minority Financial and Development Corporation Limited previously made loans to minority youth with the help of the central government to help them find jobs, but due to the large number of such loans that have become NPAs, the program was suddenly stopped by the Mayawati government. This scheme could not even be started during the Achilesh regime. The Yogi government also forgot about this program for about four years, but some time ago there was an agreement between the central government and the UP government to start the program. It was decided that the National Minorities Development and Finance Corporation would cover 90 percent of the project costs. While 5.05 percent will be merged with the State Minorities Financial and Development Corporation. This credit program was then resumed. In other districts it was implemented earlier, while in Jhansi it is implemented now. Through this loan-based program, unemployed youth and girls belonging to the Muslim, Sikh, Christian, Buddhist, Parsi and Jain categories can obtain loans from one to twenty lakhs. This allows unemployed young people to take up work in the fields of agriculture, technical handicrafts, small businesses, handicrafts and the transport and service sectors. However, the beneficiaries also have to repay this money in five years. According to Amit Kumar Singh, District Welfare Officer for Minorities, only natives of Jhansi can apply. The income for urban areas should not exceed 1 to 20 lakhs, while for rural areas it should be 98 thousand. According to the Commissioner for Minority Welfare, the application process for this has been initiated. Applications are accepted until July 10th.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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