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Pradhan Mantri Rozgar Yojana is Centrally-sponsored
PMRY provides subsidy of up to 15% of the project cost
PMRY provides a collateral-free loan of up to Rs.1 lakh
Apply for PMRY with the form and your project profile
PMRY full form is Pradhan Mantri Rozgar Yojana was launched in 1993 with the aim of providing self-employment to India’s educated youth and women. This scheme provides subsidised financial assistance for setting up of self-employment ventures in the manufacturing, trading, and service sectors. Beneficiaries may also fund agricultural projects, barring direct agricultural operations.
As per the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), India’s unemployment rose to 7.7% in December 2019. This, in tandem with the GDP slipping below 5% in the last two quarters, has heavily impacted the growth of the Indian economy. However, under the PMRY scheme, the Central Government financially empowers eligible candidates to launch viable enterprises. This not only helps the educated unemployed find a source of livelihood, but also creates newer job opportunities, especially in the micro, small and medium business sector.
To know all about the PMRY scheme in detail, read on.
Pradhan Mantri Rozgar Yojana is sponsored by the Central Government and provides assistance for projects with an overall cost of Rs.2 lakh, if in the
business sector, and Rs.5 lakh, if in the service or industry sectors.
The scheme provides a subsidy of up to 15% of the project, subject to a ceiling of Rs.7,500 per entrepreneur.
Banks can ask the entrepreneur for 5%-16.25% of the project cost as margin money
The subsidy combined with the margin money may amount to 20% of the project costs.
You can avail a collateral-free loan of up to Rs.1 lakh and in case of a partnership, the exemption is Rs.1 lakh per participant.
You are offered a repayment tenor ranging from 3 to 7 years. Also, the PMRY scheme offers a moratorium period, which allows you to earn from your venture before you start repaying over 3 to 7 years.
You are provided a training for a period of 15 to 20 days, so that you can successfully set up your business venture.
The scheme is primarily handled by the Development Commissioner (Small-Scale Industries), which is under the Ministry of Small Scale, Rural and Agro, Industries
The state-level PMRY team monitors the progress of the scheme every quarter.
To apply for this scheme, you need to be eligible under the following criteria
Age: You must be an educated applicant in the age bracket ranging from 18 years to 35 years. However, if you belong to the SC/ST category, are a woman, ex-serviceman, or physically challenged, you enjoy a 10-year relaxation on the age limit.
Likewise, for the seven North Eastern states, the age cut-off is relaxed up to 40 years and for SC/ST, women, or physically challenged applicants, and ex-servicemen, the upper age limit is 45 years.
Education: You should have passed the 8th standard and preference will be given to individuals that have at least 6 months of previous training in any trade in a Government-recognised approved institution.
Income: Your annual income, including that of your spouse must not exceed Rs.40,000. Likewise, your parent’s income must not exceed this limit.
Residential status: You must be living permanently in the locality for at least 3 consecutive years.
Borrower status: You must not have defaulted on a loan in the past or availed assistance through another subsidy-linked government scheme.
You need to submit the following documents while applying for PMRY:
Proof of birth, such as birth certificate, SSC/ HSC marksheet
Proof of being a resident for at least 3 years, like ration card
Certificate of income, issued by the Mandal Revenue Officer
Entrepreneurship Development Programme certificate
Technical and educational certificates
A copy of your project proposal
The Development Commissioner for Small Scale Industries (DSCSSI) after reviewing factors like the population, rate of unemployment, and economic strength of an area, decides a target for April to March.
For states, the target is decided by the state government and relayed to the District Industries Centre (DIC).
PMRY application forms will be available at local banks, DIC offices, and with local Industry Promotion Officers.
The selected candidates will be provided with necessary training to ensure that they can successfully set-up their venture. The duration of the training is 15 to 20 days for candidates with ventures in the manufacturing sector and 7 to 10 days for applicants with ventures in the service or business sector.
Once a candidate successfully completes training, his/her progress will be monitored by the bodies that will grant the loan under the PMRY scheme.
Over the years the following modifications have been made to the scheme
If you are an SC/ST applicant or a woman, you get a relaxation of 10 years on the age limit, 35 years.
The education qualification has been reduced to standard 8 from standard 10.
The upper limit of the project cost has been increased to Rs.2 lakh.
The scheme now includes agriculture and its associated activities, but excludes direct agricultural operations like purchase of manure or raising of crops.
If you apply as a group of eligible candidates, you can avail financing of up to Rs.5 lakh.
The age limit has been raised to 40 years for candidates from the North Eastern states.
You can apply for this scheme by following the steps given below.
Access the PMRY application form and fill it with accurate details
Submit the form at a DIC/ bank that come under the PMRY scheme
You can use the model application form when applying
Additionally, when submitting the form at a bank or DIC you must submit a report containing the project idea. This project profile should include details about raw materials, fixed assets, employee wages, expenditure, production cost, profitability and so on. After your application is scrutinised, you will be called for an interview. You can get up to Rs.1 crore as a salaried individual and Rs.3.5 crore if you are self-employed at low loan against property interest rate.
Prime Minister Rozgar Yojana was introduced by the Central Government of India in 1993.
The objective of the PMRY scheme is to provide employment opportunities via subsidised financing to the educated unemployed youth and women of the country by the setting up of lakhs of micro enterprises.
The scheme gives preference to economically weaker sections of the society and women. There is 22.5% reservation for SC/ST applicants and 27% reservation for Other Backward Classes (OBC) candidates.
Yes, to qualify for this scheme your gross annual income, including that of your spouse, must not exceed Rs.40,000. The same holds for your parent’s annual income.
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