Monday, September 25

DC Kargil chairs DCC, DLRC meeting, stresses on collaborative efforts by banks


Kargil: Election Authority/Deputy Commissioner/CEO LAHDC, Kargil, Shrikant Suse today chaired the meeting of District Level Review Committee/ District Consultative Committee (DLRC/DCC) for the quarter ended March 2023 at Conference Hall, Baroo.

The meeting was attended by Lead District Manager, Muzaffer Hussain, Chief Agriculture Officer, Kacho Mohd and representatives/ officials of different banks and line departments of Kargil District.

At the outset, the Deputy Commissioner assessed the sector wise performance of the Banks in implementation of different Government initiatives and reviewed the achievements of Banks in lending to Priority/Non Priority sectors under Annual Credit Plan.

DC Kargil instructed all banks to clear the pendencies of various government-sponsored schemes by reconciliation with the line department and thereby increase the transparency for sanctioning and disbursement of various loans.

He also instructed various departments to sponsor more loans and increase the achievement percentage of the annual credit plan of the district.

The DC instructed all banks and line departments to create more awareness about the government-sponsored schemes specially MUDRA, PMEGP and KCC, BENEFITS OF PMJJBY, PMSBY and APY so that more people are benefited and avail the social security schemes.

He also reviewed the status and performance of State Bank of India, Rural Self Employment Training Institute (RSETI) Kargil.

The meeting reviewed the performances of banks in implementing government schemes and loans up to the quarter ended March 2023 within Kargil.

The meeting discussed various issues related to credit linkage under various government schemes while better achievement and solutions for existing problems were also discussed.

Lead District Manager, Kargil informed that up to quarter ended March 2023, banks operating in the district have achieved 118.33% by disbursing a total credit of Rs 623.33 crores under priority and non-priority sectors.



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