Banks Should Provide Loans To Farmers Through Kcc

Shravasti. A meeting of the District Level Advisory Committee was held in the Collectorate Auditorium on Saturday evening. During this, the DM thoroughly reviewed the schemes operated through the banks. Along with this, the bank managers were instructed that for taking loans for self-employment by the unemployed, applications are made through the Industries Department or other related departments. Please check these applications thoroughly. If any record is lacking in the application, it should be called for from the applicant and included in the files. After completing all the formalities in time, they should be provided loans so that they can do their employment in time. District Magistrate TK Shibu said that if any application is rejected, then the bank managers will also have to give reasons. Otherwise, a letter will be sent to the concerned higher officials of the bank for action. Under the KCC campaign run by the government, in this financial year, more and more farmers should be benefited by giving Kisan Credit Cards by various banks in the district. Many farmers covered by Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana are still deprived of KCC. In such a situation, all banks should try to cover every farmer with KCC. KCC facility is also being provided for fish farmers. A loan of up to 60 lakhs can be given for fish farming on one KCC. Instructions were also given to the farmers to give term loans to buy animals and KCC for their rearing. DM directed to benefit maximum number of people from Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana, Prime Minister Employment Generation Program Scheme, Chief Minister Village Industries Employment Scheme, Chief Minister Youth Self Employment Scheme, Prime Minister Street Vendor Self-Reliant Fund and One District One Product Scheme. Under the National Rural Livelihood Mission program, instructions were also given to open bank accounts of the groups in time. Instructions were also given to organize Mega Credit Camp in the district. During the meeting, District Development Officer, LDO RBI Sudhir Kumar Pandey, DDM NABARD MP Barnwal, Lead Bank Manager Jitendra Nath Srivastava, Assistant Commissioner Industries Arvind Kumar Bhaskar, Chief Veterinary Officer Dr. Jai Inder Singh, District Agriculture Officer Avadhesh Kumar Yadav, District Village Industries Many officers including Officer Roshan Lal Pushkar were present.

Shravasti. A meeting of the District Level Advisory Committee was held in the Collectorate Auditorium on Saturday evening. During this, the DM thoroughly reviewed the schemes operated through the banks. Along with this, the bank managers were instructed that for taking loans for self-employment by the unemployed, applications are made through the Industries Department or other related departments. Please check these applications thoroughly. If any record is lacking in the application, it should be called for from the applicant and included in the files. Loans should be provided to them after completing all the formalities in time, so that they can do their employment in time. District Magistrate TK Shibu said that if any application is rejected, then the bank managers will also have to give reasons. Otherwise, a letter will be sent to the concerned higher officials of the bank for action. Under the KCC campaign run by the government, in this financial year, more and more farmers should be benefited by giving Kisan Credit Cards by various banks in the district. Many farmers covered by Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana are still deprived of KCC. In such a situation, all banks should try to cover every farmer with KCC. KCC facility is also being provided for fish farmers. A loan of up to 60 lakhs can be given for fish farming on one KCC. Instructions were also given to the farmers to give term loans to buy animals and KCC for their rearing. The DM directed to benefit maximum number of people from Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana, Prime Minister Employment Generation Program Scheme, Chief Minister Village Industries Employment Scheme, Chief Minister Youth Self Employment Scheme, Prime Minister Street Vendor Self-Reliant Fund and One District One Product Scheme. Under the National Rural Livelihood Mission program, instructions were also given to open bank accounts of the groups in time. Instructions were also given to organize Mega Credit Camp in the district. During the meeting, District Development Officer, LDO RBI Sudhir Kumar Pandey, DDM NABARD MP Barnwal, Lead Bank Manager Jitendra Nath Srivastava, Assistant Commissioner Industries Arvind Kumar Bhaskar, Chief Veterinary Officer Dr. Jai Inder Singh, District Agriculture Officer Avadhesh Kumar Yadav, District Village Industries Many officers including Officer Roshan Lal Pushkar were present. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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