Bihar News: Not only from today but for the last few years, unemployment has remained a serious problem in Bihar. This is the reason why every exam, starting from teacher recruitment, is now becoming a serious issue. In such a situation, now Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has given a big gift to the minority youth to crack down on this and to provide new employment resources to the youth. In this regard, CM Nitish launched “Mukhyamantri Alpsankhyak Udyami Yojana 2023” to provide financial assistance on 25 September 2023. In such a situation, it becomes very important to know how much amount is the Bihar government going to help in setting up industries?
Unique initiative of Bihar government to promote entrepreneurship
Yes, all the states of the country want that their state should be the most developed and prosperous. All resources from education to health, employment and other types should be available here. In such a situation, the Chief Minister of Bihar flagged off the Rs 100 crore scheme “Mukhyamantri Alpsankhyak Udyami Yojana 2023”. Under this, now an incentive amount of Rs 10 lakh will be given to minority youth to encourage industrial development. In which along with a grant of Rs 5 lakh, interest free loan of Rs 5 lakh is also available. This means that 50 percent of the total amount of Rs 10 lakh i.e. Rs 5 lakh will be provided as loan. Whereas a grant of Rs 5 lakh will be given.
Decision taken in Bihar cabinet meeting
Let us tell you that Bihar government has taken this decision just before the Lok Sabha elections. In such a situation, the opposition parties say that the Bihar government is doing all this to woo the minority community. However, the Chief Minister on Monday launched the Rs 100 crore scheme “Mukhyamantri Alpsankhyak Udyami Yojana 2023”. This decision has been taken in the cabinet meeting. It is being told that a total of 10 agendas were also approved in the meeting.
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