The Government of Delhi will roll out a mobile-app for filing of applications of self-employment loan with the DSFDC. This data was given by SC/ST and Social Welfare Minister Rajendra Pal Gautam to the media in an interview this week. The app will not only assist candidates file request for loans with the DSFDC (Delhi SC/ST/OBC/Minorities and Handicapped Finance and Development Corporation), but also allow them to keep an eye on the procedure. “Chief Minister of Delhi will roll out the app at the Talkatora stadium at an event after paying honor to Dr B R Ambedkar later this week,” Gautam claimed.
On the app, within 4 days of filing a request, the candidate will be reached by officials concerned for papers and the loan will be allocated in a time frame of one month, he claimed. “If any manger keeps a loan file for over a week, then it will robotically move upward to his superior. The officer found incompetent related to this might be punished with obligatory retirement,” the minister claimed. The CM will also roll out a proposal for coaching services for SC students pursuing medical, civil services, engineering and different competitive exams, he claimed.
“Originally 100 candidates will be chosen below the proposal and later the figure will be expanded to 5,000. The ST/SC fund will be employed to pay for their fees required for coaching as well as Rs 2,500 as a help for purchasing books and different requirements,” Gautam claimed. The fee needed for coaching will be determined according to the current market rates, he claimed.
The minister also claimed that a proposal for loans till Rs 20,000 to street sellers will be rolled out in January 2018. The department has aimed to provide loans to 1000 street sellers utilizing a capital of Rs 2 Crore, he claimed.