- Launched on: 15th August 2017
- Launched by: The state government of Chhattisgarh.
- Beneficiary: All educated and unemployed people in the State.
- Appropriate authority: Chhattisgarh Khadi and Gramodyog Board.
- Rs 1 lakh to each applicant to the 5th standard passed.
- Rs 3 lakh to each applicant to the 8th standard passed.
planned to provide a stage to the people who are educated but yet not employment.
- The state legislature of Chhattisgarh has presented the same plan named “Boss Minister’s Employment Generation Scheme”.
- The Government of Chhattisgarh has intended to set up an apparel design and training centre in Dharampur village to increase the skilful and qualified workforce in the state.
- The State Government of Chhattisgarh is supposing to advance the quality, productivity and the capability of Khadi sector.
- In the village industries, the Chhattisgarh Government has launched this new scheme named Integrated Handloom Development Program.
- Under this Yojana, 940 weavers have benefitted.
- Chhattisgarh Government made group’s 20 members from the economically weaker sections and then provided them with some weaving training for four months.
- This yojana will ensure them to be more proficient and employable.
- Under this yojana, the informed jobless youth will get the chance to begin a business and get work opportunity at the village level.
- This yojana will give an opportunity for the people who are finding jobs and will help the youth who are educated but still not able to get to find the appropriate job.
- This yojana will create an employment opportunity at the town levels.
- This will raise the self-employment among the educated unemployed youth.
Highlights of this Yojana:
- An advance loan amount of up to Rs. 1 lakh will be given to the youth who has been passed the fifth standard for establishing own firm.
- The eighth standard passed youth will get an advance loan amount up to Rs. 3 lakh for an individual – business.
- At the underlying stage, the adolescent should contribute just five percent measure of the aggregate cost of the startup, rest of the sum will be contributed by the neighbourhood bank.
- The adolescent should pay back just 65 percent of the credits in simple portions under the plan while rest would be paid by the state government.
- Applicants have to advance 5% of total amount initially.
- The local bank will invest the rest of the amount.
- An addition to this, the State Government of Chhattisgarh will mention that the recipients have to pay only 65% of the total loan amount.
- While the State Government will pay the outstanding amount to the banks. A government can pay this amount both by physically or through online.
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