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Datopant Thengadi Karigar Vyaj Sahay Yojana

Datopant Thengadi Karigar Vyaj Sahay Yojana

Who benefits?

Artisans registered as artisans in urban and rural areas

Age over 18 years.

Must have an identity card issued by Artisan Development Commissioner Handloom / Development Commissioner Handicraft / Invest-C.

The artisan should be familiar with handicrafts or handicrafts.

Handicapped / blind artisans with deformities will also be able to avail the benefits of this scheme.

There is no income limit.


How much benefit

In this scheme the beneficiary will be able to get loan for machinery or working capital (for purchase of raw material) or both up to a maximum limit of Rs.1.00 lakh.

Marginum Assistance After the loan sanctioned by the bank under this scheme, the following marginum

Assistance will have to be paid.

Assistance of marginum

General Category - 20 %

Reserved Category (Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe / Women / 40% or more blind or disabled - 25 %

Interest Assistance: Under this scheme, interest assistance will be available at the rate of 7 (seven) percent, which will be credited to the beneficiary's account every 6 (six) months after receiving a claim from the bank. This assistance will be available for a maximum of three years. Beneficiaries who pay the installment as decided by the regular bank for a maximum period of three years may again be given the benefit of interest assistance under this scheme on the recommendation of the bank. But a maximum of three times the benefit of this scheme can be availed under the same conditions. 

Rate of interest

Banks will assess the interest for the loan at the rate fixed by the Reserve Bank.

Enforcement agency

For all applications in rural and urban areas, it is necessary to contact the District Industry Center of the concerned district.

Financial Institutions:

(1) Nationalized Banks (2) All Regional Rural Banks (3) Cooperative Banks (4) Public Sector Banks (5) Private Banks

Cottage industry artisans for the following purposes for the development of new business or ongoing business

Financial relief can be found. (1) To purchase raw materials (2) To purchase tools and machinery.

Repayment of loan

The loan installment has to be started as per the decision of the bank after lending. The loan will have to be repaid regularly in minimum 18 and maximum 6 monthly installments including interest and will be binding on the beneficiary.

What evidence is required?

• Fixed application form (in two copies) Two passport size photographs (on both copies of photo form)

Attach certified copy of the following papers in the application:

Election Identity Card / Aadhaar Card, Artisan Card, Birth Registration Certificate or School Leaving Certificate, Price Tins with Tin / VAT number if equipment is to be purchased, Aadhaar of the proposed place of business (Lease Agreement, House Tax Reach etc.) Proof / Consent.

Contact for application form and more information

(1) District Industry Center, Rajkot.

(2) Forms can be obtained by downloading from the website http://www.collage.gujarat.gov.in.

Official Website : Datopant Thengadi Karigar Vyaj Sahay Yojana

Source : Sarkar ni Kalyankari Yojana Booklet

Special Thanks : CM Gujarat, Collector Rajkot, Jilla Vahivati Tantr Rajkot.

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  •     Developing Castes
  •     Socially and Economically Backward Classes
  •     Minority communities
  •     Physically and mentally challenged persons.

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  •     Health and Housing
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