A Citizens Charter
1. The Background
People voted in 1982 to set up the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD). It was set up on July 12, 1982. To help people in rural areas, NABARD is a Development Bank that provides and regulates credit and other resources for the development of agriculture, small-scale industries (such as cottage and village industries), handicrafts (such as basketry and weaving), and other allied economic activities. This is done so that rural areas can grow and prosper, and for things that are related or related to this.
The Development Bank of the Nation for Rural Prosperity.
Sustainable and equitable agriculture and rural development can be achieved through participatory financial and non-financial interventions, innovations, technology, and institutional development.
NABARD is 100% owned by the Indian government.
5. Setting Up Organizations
NABARD, which has its main office in Mumbai, has a lot of different types of loans.
With its head office in Mumbai, NABARD has 31 Regional Offices in the states and territories, a cell in Srinagar, and 414 District Development Managers at the district level. There are also 414 District Development Managers at the state level. 2243 people work for NABARD, and 1130 other people work for them as well. (The data is for March 31, 2021 – CoB).
6. Functions at a Glance
Promotion and development, refinancing, financing, planning, monitoring, and supervision are some of the main roles of NABARD.
Credit planning and monitoring, coordination with different agencies and institutions, and other things that aren’t credit-related:
- Assist the government of India, the Reserve Bank of India, and the governments of the states in making decisions about agricultural credit and rural development.
- Rural credit delivery is going to get better with the help of Cooperatives and Regional Rural Banks (RRBs). Inspections of regional rural banks, State Cooperative Banks, and District Central Cooperative Banks (DCCBs), a voluntary inspection of State Cooperative Agriculture and Rural Development Banks (SCARDBs), and off-site surveillance of these banks and their off-site surveillance.
- People are working to make things better for people who live on and off the farm, as well as for people who have small businesses, get loans, and have more access to money.
- Supporting the efforts of Regional Rural Banks and Cooperative Banks to get more people into the financial system.
- Putting a lot of effort into promoting jobs and small businesses.
- In rural areas, you can get long-term loans and short-term loans from Rural Financial Institutions. These loans can be used for things like investment credit (a long-term loan) and production and marketing credit (a short-term loan).
- Loans to state governments to help build rural infrastructure and improve the Cooperative Credit Structure.
- The loans will go to State and local governments, as well as businesses, corporations, and individuals. They will also go to cooperatives, farmers’ groups, cooperative credit societies, cooperative marketing societies, and other groups, and to businesses.
- Direct loans to Cooperatives and Producers’ Organizations, support for state-owned institutions and corporations, and loans to individuals, partnerships, corporations, NGOs, MFIs, farmers’ groups, and other groups under the umbrella program for natural resource management (UPNRM)
- Select Government of India Capital Investment Subsidy Schemes will help you get money for your project.