Loans, wife, rupees, bank, husband – to get up to 1.5 crore loans for starting the craft paper industry

Orai. The hand paper industry was selected under a District 1 product scheme. Banks give people over the age of 18 loans of 5 lakh to 1.5 crore rupees in order to set up pre-established and new units. For this purpose, application forms are made online as part of the program. During the application, the applicant must upload the certificate of age, photo, signature, certificate of residence, box certificate and a copy of the declaration certified by the notary, along with other required documents. Under the scheme, the claimant or a member of his / her family who has not previously taken advantage of the scheme will receive the benefit.
Yogesh Kameshwar, deputy commissioner of District Industries’ Center for Entrepreneurship Promotion and Development, said the hand paper industry was selected as the ODOP product. Under this system, a person belonging to the general caste (male) must submit 10 percent and the planned caste tribes, other backward classes, minorities, women Divyang 5 percent of the project costs for their own contribution to the bank. Under the program, a maximum grant of 25% of the total cost of the project is up to 25 lakh Rs 6 lakh. Get a quarter to six lakh rupees, or 20 percent, while 25 to 50 lakh rupees. The program is available for grants ranging from fifty lakhs to one and a half crores to ten lakhs or ten percent of the cost.

Orai. The hand paper industry was selected under a District 1 product scheme. Banks give people over the age of 18 loans of 5 lakh to 1.5 crore rupees in order to set up pre-established and new units. For this purpose, application forms are made online as part of the program. During the application, the applicant must upload the certificate of age, photo, signature, certificate of residence, box certificate and a copy of the declaration certified by the notary, along with other required documents. Under the scheme, the claimant or a member of his / her family who has not previously taken advantage of the scheme will receive the benefit.

Yogesh Kameshwar, deputy commissioner of District Industries’ Center for Entrepreneurship Promotion and Development, said the hand paper industry was selected as the ODOP product. Under this system, a person belonging to the general caste (male) must submit 10 percent and the planned caste tribes, other backward classes, minorities, women Divyang 5 percent of the project costs for their own contribution to the bank. Under the program, a maximum grant of 25% of the total cost of the project is up to 25 lakh Rs 6 lakh. Get a quarter to six lakh rupees, or 20 percent, while 25 to 50 lakh rupees. The program is available for grants ranging from fifty lakhs to one and a half crores to ten lakhs or ten percent of the cost.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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