Special progs for uplift of Chenchus based in dist
Nagarkurnool: The Chenchu area people in Nagarkurnool area are provided unique emphasis for the socio-economic uplift in the area.
As component of this, area Collector P Uday Kumar, held an unique conference with the financial institution as well as ITDA authorities at Munnanur town of Ambrabad mandal in the area on Tuesday as well as worried on the demand to supplying ability development in various areas amongst the Chenchu people to allow them enhance their socio-economic condition as well as lead a far better income.
Giving clear directions as well as instructions to the worried authorities of Integrated Tribal Development Agency in Nagarkurnool area, the area Collector educated that the State government approved Rs 78 crore for boosting the living requirements of Chencus living in Nagarkurnool area.
The claimed funds approved by the government to Nagarkurnool area will certainly be invested for aiding the Chenchu areas to establish their very own self work systems. However for this, the eligible Chenchu area participants require to have essential abilities as well as training to run their systems.
In sight of this, the area Collector routed the authorities of ITDA to take essential actions to ensure the Chenchu recipients obtain correct ability development training prior to basing the systems assigned for them.
Speaking at a conference held at Mannanur ITDA workplace of Ambrabad mandal, the area Collector clarified on different actions to be considered the life ability development of Chenchus.” We have directed the concerned authorities to take immediate measures for grounding the units worth Rs 78 crore in the Agency region. Many of the beneficiaries are being provided with skill development training for fish farming, honeybee keeping, for setting up broom manufacturing centre, Ganuga oil manufacturing centre, turmeric manufacturing centre and chilli powder manufacturing centres.
Many of the beneficiaries are from the areas of Mallapur Penta, Elluru, Amaragiri, Rekula Valayam Penta, Padara, Mannanur, Appapur and Burapur Penta in the Agency region of the district,” educated the areaCollector
For establishing these systems, the state government is supplying 60% aid for the recipients. Apart from this, 30% small business loan, 10% recipient shares must be transferred in the savings account. The ITDA authorities are informed to pay unique interest as well as aid the recipient in basing the systems.
Adding even more, the area Collector claimed that 50 Chenchu recipients will certainly be supplied 20 Rajshri poultries as well as as necessary they will certainly additionally be supplied essential centers for aiding them to equip the hatched out eggs by the poultries. The Collector claimed that for this the government is costs Rs 12 lakh.
The Collector additionally reviewed with the authorities on advertising as well as various other concerns. District Tribal Welfare Development Officer Anil Prakash, Lead Bank Manager Kaushal Kishore Pandey, DRDA District Project Manager Lakshmaiah, DPM Aruna Devi as well as ITDA Office Supervisor Zafar as well as others took part in this conference.