Aurangabad: Annasaheb Patil Economic Backward Development Corporation has established an interaction between the beneficiaries and the bank to facilitate the advanced and future youth of the Maratha community to obtain loans for the industry. The meeting has been arranged. This dialogue meeting will be important to make young people in the Maratha community entrepreneurial. This representation was made by the State Cooperative Minister Atul Save here.
The discussion meeting was organized at Chikalthana’s Bhagyashree Garden. Chairman of Annasaheb Patil Economic Backward Development Corporation Narendra Patil, MLA Haribhau Bagde, Regional Manager of Maharashtra Gramin Bank Mahesh Dange, Manager of District Leading Bank Mangesh Kedar, Kishore Shitole of Devagiri Nagari Sahakari Bank, Namdev Pawar of Lokvikas Nagari Sahakari Bank, Indusland Bank Manager Manoj Sadafale, Division Coordinator of Annasaheb Patil Economic Backward Development Corporation Praveen Agawan Patil, Assistant Commissioner for Employment and Self-Employment Suresh Varhade, Post holders of various banks including State Bank of India, Central Bank, Canara Bank, Maharashtra Gramin Bank , Dena Bank Representatives of Maratha organizations and beneficiaries attended the dialogue meeting.
Prepare a list of documents required for all bank loans and make them available to the youth during the meeting. Beneficiaries must submit documents on time so that the loan can be made available quickly. Simplifying this process will help those in need to take advantage of various Vikas Mahamandal schemes. The cooperative minister, Atul Save, gave these instructions to bank officials and representatives present.
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Annasaheb Patil Economic Backward Development Corporation Chairman Narendra Patil said that through this dialogue meeting, the corporation is providing loans to more and more young people by registering online and taking steps directly to solve the problems of applicants, beneficiary bank representatives and officials. A nationalized bank should provide credit on a large scale like a cooperative bank. The corporation is making efforts for this. Loans are also being made available to women under the corporation. To this end, more efforts will be made for women to be entrepreneurs by granting loans through women coordinators. Patil said the corporation is trying to increase the loan limit along with increasing exportable production.
MLA Haribhau Bagde said that to become an entrepreneur, the youngster must have a thorough knowledge of the chosen business with strong willpower. The young man must start the business after studying the demand in the market. The regular payment of the loan must be made to gain the trust of the bank.