DDC Rajouri Vikas Kundal chairs District Level Review Committee meeting
Rajouri : The District Level Review Committee (DLRC) meeting was held here today under the chairmanship of District Development Commissioner Rajouri, Vikas Kundal, to review the implementation of different self- employment schemes of the Government by the line departments and Banks.
CPO, Mohammad Khurshid; GM DIC, Ashwini Sharma; DDE, Qadeer Ul Rehman; CAO, Sohan Singh; DDM NABARD, Kanav Sharma; Director RSETI, Raman Sharma; DSHO, Dr Sarfraz Naseem Chowdhary; LDM, Sanjeev Bhasin; DSWO, Wakeel Ahmed Bhatt and others concerned officers attended the meeting.
The meeting held threadbare discussion on progress recorded under CD ratio, annual credit plan, saturation of farmers under KCC Crop, KCC Animal Husbandry and KCC Sheep Husbandry, progress made under special credit facility for street vendors(PM SVANIDHI), PMEGP, joint liability groups, self help groups etc.
It was informed that the district recorded Rs 5681.05 crore deposits and Rs 2847.69 crore advances 50.13 percent CD ratio as on September 30, 2022. The DDC set the target of achieving 60 Percent CD ratio before the next DLRC meeting.
Taking stock of the credit flow under Annual Credit Plan (ACP) for the FY 2022-23, it was apprised that 35 Percent achievement has been recorded as on September 30, 2022. Noting the slow progress under ACP, the DDC asked the bankers to take effective measures to address the shortfall and focus on priority sector lending.
Reviewing the saturation of farmers under KCC Animal Husbandry and Sheep Husbandry, it was informed that 2601 cases have been disbursed under Animal Husbandry while 850 cases have been disbursed under KCC sheep Husbandry.
Inquiring about the progress made under special credit facility for street vendors (PM SVANIDHI), the meeting was apprised that as many as 204 cases have been sanctioned and 52 disbursed, involving an amount of Rs 9.20 lakh.
Similarly as many as 381 cases have been sanctioned under NRLM, out of which 373 have been disbursed. Inquiring about PMEGP DIC, PMEGP KVIB, PMEGP KVIC, JKREGP, the DDC said that there was a gap between the sponsored, sanctioned and disbursed cases and asked the concerned officers to make concerted efforts to meet out the targets at the earliest.
Similarly, the DC took a comprehensive review of the progress of NULM, ACC, MUMKIM, Ultra High Density Apple Plantation, social security schemes, PMSBY, PMJJBY, Atal Pension Yojana, Aadhar Seeding of DBT accounts etc.
The DDC asked the Bankers and Line Departments to work with added zeal to achieve tangible results. He also asked the financing agencies to educate the masses about various loan schemes launched by the Government and motivate them to avail the benefits of the same to raise their socio-economic status.
Stress was also laid on covering all eligible persons under social security schemes and aadhar seeding of all DBT accounts. Meanwhile, Potential linked credit plan of NABARD amounting to Rs 1089.33 crore was also launched on the occasion.
PLP is a comprehensive documentation of the potential of economic activities in the district which gives block-wise physical and financial estimates for the economic activities which can be taken up for development. The estimates are worked out for the total financial outlays and net bank credit.