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Published on February 4, 2012

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NABARD: NABARD Group 3 Atulya Jyoti Kumar Shashwat Kumari Rashmi Pragya Verma Ruchi Kumari Introduction: Introduction Headquarters: Mumbai, Maharashtra,India Established : 12 July 1982 Managing Director: KG Karmakar Currency Reserves: 81,220Crore(2007) Income of Rs. 92.02 billion Introduction: Introduction An apex development bank in India with the mandate of facilitating credit flow for promotion and development of agriculture and integrated rural development It has 28 regional offices situated in state capitals and391 district offices at districts It provides assistance to the government, the RBI and other organizations in matters relating to rural development It provides training and research facilities for banks, organizations working in the field of rural development NABARD’s Vision and Mission: NABARD’s Vision and Mission Vision To facilitate sustained access to financial services for the unreached poor in rural areas through various micro Finance innovations in a cost effective and sustainable manner . Mission By the end of year 2015, we have planned to link nearly 9.2 crore households which would ensure coverage of more than 50% women through SHG Bank linkage programme. Schemes of NABARD: Schemes of NABARD Launch of Kishan Credit Cards( KCC) in 1998 Impact of Wadi Project Farmers Technology Transfer Fund Rural Entrepreneurship Development Programme (REDP) District Rural Industries Project (DRIP) Rural Mart Cluster Development Swarozgar Credit Card (SCC) Scheme PowerPoint Presentation: Women Development Cell (WDC) To take up activities for promoting increased credit flow to women, organize gender sensitization meets and awareness programmes . Farmers’ Club Programme Mission- Development of rural areas through credit, technology transfer, awareness and capacity building. Motivate farmers to adopt methods and technologies which are most suitable to their soil and geographical situation. PowerPoint Presentation: Umbrella Programme on Natural Resources Management (UPNRM) Improving livelihood situation in rural areas through promoting and funding sustainable use, management and conservation of natural resources. SHG-Bank linkage programme ( Self Help Group) Objective is to link the poor in large numbers to the formal banking sector in a sustainable and cost effective manner. RIDF Project: RIDF Project Set up in 1995-96 with contribution from commercial banks. Sanctions as on 31 st March, 2011 were Rs. 140,388.40 Crore Anticipated benefit: Creation of additional irrigation potential in 164.78 lakh ha. Addition of 3,30,855 km of rural road network & 6,67,306 meter bridge length Contribution to the GDP of Rs. 23811 Crores Generation of recurring employment of 8540.45 lakh jobs and non-recurring employment of 26396.78 lakh man days PowerPoint Presentation: NABARD sanctioned Rs. 50.56 cr loan for Bihar bridge projects Funded by RIDF Construction of 9 bridge in Purnia and 4 bridge in Darbhanga. Expected to benefit 110 villages and also generate non-recurring employment of 22.61 laklh man days NABARD has sanctioned a loan of Rs 42.46 crore under the RIDF XVII to the Gujarat Government for construction of warehouses. PRIYADARSHINI Project: PRIYADARSHINI Project Micro Finance Institution Women empowerment and livelihood program of Ministry of Women and child development GOI Implemented in 2 districts of Bihar – Madhubani & Sitamarhi Project outlay of US $ 30 million funded by IFAD and US $ 2.73 by GOI December 2009-2017 (Effective from 4 th Dec 2009) CONTRACT FARMING: CONTRACT FARMING 100% refinance to disbursements made by CBs, SCBs, RRBs and selected SCARDBs (having net NPA less than 5%) Refinance support extended for contract farming to various financing agencies during 2004-05 and 2005-06 was to the tune of Rs.774 crore and Rs.268 crore respectively. Impact The arrangement is beneficial to both the farmer and the company The major benefits accruing to the farmer are – quality inputs, technical guidance, assured market and price. There is an enhanced farm productivity & income. It is implemented in 2 districts of Bihar i.e. Ara and Munger Integrated Watershed Development in South Bihar: Integrated Watershed Development in South Bihar NABARD submitted the ‘Integrated Watershed Development of South Bihar’ project which was approved by Committee on Rastriya Sam Vikas Yojana on 12 August 2004. Project outlay of Rs.60 crore The programme envisages development of 80,000 ha. of degraded land in Jamuai, Banka, Gaya, Nawada, Munger, Aurangabad, Bhabua and Rohtas district in South Bihar. PowerPoint Presentation: Thank You

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