INR 5 to 10 Lakh Loans to self-help groups by Chhattisgarh State Antyavasai Sahakari Vitta Evum Vikas Nigam: Dhanesh Patila

Raipur: Decision to give loans to self-help groups by the Chhattisgarh State Antyavasai Sahakari Vitta Evum Vikas Nigam:(Chhattisgarh State Antyavasayee Cooperative Finance And Development Corporation) Provision of loans to self-help groups from Rs 5 lakh to Rs 10 lakh.
Chairman of the corporation Mr. Patila reviewed the plans

Raipur Chhattisgarh, India, Friday, 16 October 2020

During the review of the schemes run by the corporation in the presence of Chhattisgarh State Antyapasriya Sahakari Finance and Development Corporation, Mr. Dhanesh Patila and Vice President Ms. Neeta Lodhi, the Corporation aims to encourage and commercially strengthen self-help groups. It has been decided to give loans to the groups. Under this, provision has been made to give loans ranging from Rs 5 lakh to Rs 10 lakh to self-help groups. This self-help group can be of 10 members. If the members of the group belong to the scheduled castes, tribes, then they will be entitled to a grant of Rs. 10 thousand per beneficiary as per rules. During the review, officers were instructed to process the applications received by the members of the self-help group as per rules and sanction the loan.
    The review meeting reviewed the schemes promoted for Scheduled Castes, Tribes, Backward Classes, Minorities and Sanitary Working Classes with the bank-sponsored Antyodaya Swarozgar Yojana through the Corporation, Tribal Self-Employment Scheme and financial assistance of national corporations. On this occasion Smt. Shammi Abidi, Managing Director of the State Endowment Cooperative Finance and Development Corporation was also present. In the meeting, reviewing the bank-sponsored scheme Antyodaya Swarojgar Yojana and Adivasi Swarojgar Yojana, instructions were given to complete 100 percent loan sanction and disbursement work by the end of November 2020.
    Schemes operated with financial assistance of national corporations such as tractor trolley, passenger vehicle, goods carrier small business, e-rickshaw, tribal women empowerment scheme and district level selection committee for various types of business ranging from Rs. 50 thousand to Rs. 5 lakh. After completion of the meeting by the third week of October, after completing the documents related to the loan of the beneficiaries, they should send it to the corporation headquarters by the month of November. It was also emphasized during the review that the loan should be disbursed keeping in view the site inspection of all the beneficiaries, economic competition of the business and the possibility of earning income from the business before the disbursement, so as to ensure the recovery of debt. .
    In the review meeting, the district officials were directed that many businesses in the Corona Mahāmari of the street vendor have been closed and keeping in mind that many small businessmen belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes should not be unemployed. Loans through banks for expeditious work under Antyodaya Swarozgar Yojana and Adivasi Swarozgar Yojana, such as small businesses such as carts, khomache, ferry, rickshaws, fruits and vegetables, pan jamas, cobbler shops, motor-cycle repairs, cycle-repairers etc. Be provided District officials were also instructed to prepare more cases and sanction and disburse bank loans.
    The Chairman of the corporation, Mr. Dhanesh Patila, told the district officials to motivate more and more people to take advantage of the financial assistance given in the form of loans under the scheme of the Scheduled Castes, Tribes, Backward Classes, Minorities and Cleaning Workers. . Organizing camps for propagation of schemes, publication of pamphlets and distribution in small villages, district panchayats, district panchayats and the area where people of this class live more.
    The corporation's vice president, Ms. Neeta Lodhi, also gave suggestions to the district authorities to prepare loan cases and quality of loan disbursement as per the targets in all the schemes. He said that loan recovery should also be ensured from the needy people who are being provided loans.