CCpur, Feb 7: Deputy Commissioner of Churachandpur Shyamlal Poonia launched Potential Linked Credit Plan (PLP) 2018-19 prepared by NABARD for the district during the District Consultative Committee (DCC/DLRC) meeting held at BRGF Hall today.
NABARD has been preparing Potential Linked Credit Plan (PLP) for the district annually which forms the basis of the Annual Credit Plan for the banks operating in the district. As per the assessment, the total credit potential of Churachandpur was projected at Rs 201 crore for 2018-19.
This document will also serve as reference for preparation of Service Area Plans (SAPs) and credit planning at various levels and for creation of requisite infrastructure by the State Government for tapping the potential.
‘Water conservation per drop more crops’ was the chosen theme for the PLP 2018-19 in tune with the Government’s proposal to reorient its interventions in the farm and non-farm sectors by doubling the income of the farmers by 2022.
The document has a dedicated chapter on Skill India with reference to Ccpur district, climate change and its impact on rural livelihoods.
Today’s meeting also discussed various banking related issues such as CD Ratio, achievements under various Govt sponsored programmes, Annual Credit Plan 2018-19 target Digital Banking, DBT issues, Mudra Loan Stand Up India scheme, and ATMS in the district.
Among others, the meeting was attended by Dr Ninedita Lairenlakpam, Director Institutional Finance and Joint Secretary Finance Department N Hauzel, LDM, CCpur, SDOs/BDOs; Thangchinkhup Guite, AGM/DDM, CCPur and Pherzawl; Nandeep Singh Manager, RBI and Branch Managers of Banks operating in Ccpur District.