Employing people to become self-reliant: Bhavesh became successful businessman by setting up his own industries
Raipur, 24 February 2021
Many employment-oriented programs run by the government to achieve self-sufficiency and provide employment to the unemployed have a meaningful result that today the youth are able to fulfill their dreams. Bhavesh Baghel, a resident of village Haradula of Charama tehsil of Kanker district, has become a successful businessman today by availing loans under the Prime Minister Employment Generation Program Scheme operated at the District Trade and Industry Center and simultaneously employing 10 unemployed youth in his shop.
Bhavesh, who studied up to class 10th, was looking for self-employment to become self-reliant. In order to establish his own business, Bhavesh went to know about the process of taking loans in Bank Charama. Then the branch manager informed him about the Prime Minister Employment Generation Program Scheme operated at the District Trade and Industry Center.
Bhavesh Baghel of Haradula submitted an application for a loan without delay. After completion of the entire process, a loan of Rs 8 lakh was sanctioned through Bank of Baroda branch-Charama. By getting a loan, he established an industry called Gurukrupa Traders Mesh Fencing Industries. After that, according to the requirement of village-Haradula and the surrounding village, he decided to open industries related to counterfeit wire. In his own industry, Bhavesh is doing marketing work in the surrounding village as well as district by constructing various types of fencing, wire, etc. by installing forged wire and wire machines. This earns them good income every month. It is also providing employment to 10 unemployed in its shop. This desire of Bhavesh to become self-sufficient made him financially empowered. They have become an inspiration for unemployed youth of the region.