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2022-23 Budget Announcements

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Announcements made in Budget Speech 2022-23

202 To provide employment to youth and women, of weaker sections, is the priority of our Government. In the backdrop of Rural Livelihood Mission completing one decade, the year 2022-23 will be celebrated as ‘Jeevanopaya Varsha’. An action plan totalling to Rs.1100 crore is proposed under this mission.
204a To enable the selected self help groups to further develop their entrepreneurship and achieve financial independence, an assistance of Rs.1.5 lakh would be provided to each of them. For this Rs.500 crore is provided in the current year. A programme has been envisaged to provide a special priority to the groups of schedule caste and tribe at an amount of  Rs.50 crore. This will benefit around 3.9 lakh women.
204b It is difficult for the women self help societies to obtain loan facilities from the commercial banks. Our Government in collaboration with the public sector banks will make available a single window loan facility through the National Rural Livelihood Mission. A public sector bank would be identified as Anchor bank for this.
204c A mega scale market platform under the name of ‘Asmithe’ will be developed for providing marketing facilities for the products developed by women SHG’s through branding, value addition, attractive packaging. For this sale mela will be organised at Hobli/District/State level. The products manufactured by SHG’s will be given preference in procurement by various Government departments.
204d 200 work sheds have been constructed under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme to facilitate the members of Stree Shakthi Federations to undertake their activities.  750 work sheds will be constructed additionally in the year 2022-23.
204e To encourage the women self help groups, a canteen and a sale outlet managed by women self help societies will be established in at least one Government office complex in each district.
204f With a target to augment income, business, employment and exports, micro clusters of leather toys in Chikkaballapur, embroidery in Dharwad, Kowdi and Kinhala toys in Koppal, agarbathi in Mysuru, carpets in Navalgunda, toys in Channapatna and Sarees in Ilakal-Guledagudda, Belagavi-Shahapura, Shidlaghatta and Molakalmuru will be developed.

Last Updated: 20-06-2022 02:34 PM Updated By: Admin


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