DLIC Srinagar approves 53 proposals worth Rs 2.38 cr under Tejaswani

Excelsior Correspondent

SRINAGAR, Sept 29: In order to ensure effective implementation of Livelihood Generation schemes like “Mumkin” and Women Oriented Scheme “Tejaswani” in the District, a meeting of district Level Implementation Committee (DLIC) was held under the chairmanship of the Deputy Commissioner(DC), Srinagar Mohammad Aijaz Asad.
General Manager, DIC, Hameeda Akthar, Deputy Director Employment, Sheeba Inayat, LDM, Abdul Majeed, ARTO, Mohammad Arif and Officers from JKEDI, DIC and other concerned Departments were present in the meeting.
During the meeting the Deputy Commissioner took a detailed assessment of the implementation of “Mumkin” and “Tejaswani” schemes in the district.
On the occasion, as many as 77 cases of unemployed eligible beneficiaries of Srinagar District under “Mumkin” scheme were brought before the Chairman of the Committee for approval.
After detailed deliberation, the Deputy Commissioner, approved all 77 cases in favour of eligible beneficiaries of Srinagar District for purchase of commercial vehicles under “Mumkin” scheme for providing financial assistance to the tune of Rs 4.62 crore besides other incentives under the scheme to earn livelihood with dignity and honour.
The DC also approved a subsidy amount of Rs 3.71 lakh in favour of already sponsored 5 “Mumkin” cases in whose favour financial assistance of 35 lakh has been already disbursed.
Similarly, the Chairman DLIC held threadbare deliberations on the implementation of Women Oriented Scheme “Tejaswani” in Srinagar district and as many as 56 cases of unemployed eligible female aspiring entrepreneurs of the District were brought before the Committee for approval.
The Deputy Commissioner after detailed discussion approved 53 Project Proposals of the eligible female entrepreneurs of Srinagar district under “Tejaswani” scheme for setting up of profitable self-employment ventures suited to their skill and training aptitude for which financial assistance of Rs 2.38 crore shall be provided by the banks, in addition to other subvention incentives.
The DC also approved the subsidy amount of Rs 13.50 lakh in favour of already sponsored 27 “Tejaswani” cases in whose favour financial assistance of 1.21 crore has been already disbursed.