KUPWARA, AUGUST 24: The District Development Commissioner (DDC), Kupwara, Ms. Ayushi Sudan today chaired the meeting of District Level Review Committee (DLRC)/District Consultative Committee (DCC), here to review the progress of saturation of various Government schemes in the district.
Addressing the meeting, the DDC impressed upon all the officers of line departments and bankers to be proactive on ground and ensure cent percent outreach of Government schemes to the targeted beneficiaries across the district. She asked them to work with added dedication and coordination to achieve the targets of development and generation of employment opportunities for the unemployed youth of the district.
The DDC directed the bankers and line departments to hold joint awareness camps across the district to generate grassroot awareness about the Government schemes among the targeted beneficiaries so that they could be benefitted at large. She asked JD Planning to frame a calendar for holding the joint awareness camps across the district by the bankers and line departments.
While highlighting the overall performance for 4th quarter under Annual District Credit plan, Lead District Manager, Kupwara, Mehboob Ellahi Khan informed the house that against the Annual Credit Plan of Rs.1801.07 Crores for 2022-23, the achievements under priority sector advances were to the tune of Rs.757.67 Crores against target of Rs.1574.99 Crores for 4th quarter 2022-23 which constitutes 48% while as under non-priority sector the achievements are to the tune of Rs.1371.72 Crores against target of Rs.226.09 Crores which constitutes 607%.
He further informed that the deposits of the banks in the District were to the tune of Rs.3120 Crores as on 31.03.2023 compared to Rs. 3067 Crores as on 31-03-2022.
The advances of the banks stood at Rs.3887 Crores as on 31.03.2023 against Rs.3496 Crores as on 31-03-2022 thereby registering an increase of Rs.391 Crores, constituting 11%.
The CD ratio of the District as on 31-03-2023 stood at 125%.
Moreover, Rs.1434 crore has been disbursed by the banks amongst 72528 beneficiaries under PM Mudra Yojana Scheme till 31-07-2023.
Under the new KCC scheme for Animal husbandry, Sheep & Fisheries, the banks have sanctioned 15522 cases & have disbursed Rs.70.64 Crores to the beneficiaries.
Among others, JD Planning, District Officers from line Departments, NABARD and representatives of different banks attended the meeting.