CM for fast-tracking clearance mechanism
Srinagar, July 14: Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah Thursday stressed on fasttracking the clearance mechanism of cases under SKEWPY.
The CM asked the J&K Bank and EDI to develop a bank of standard Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) for various profitable ventures for the interested entrepreneurs. “A readymade standard DPR bank should be available for the budding entrepreneurs so that they could take best advantage of it and move forward saving time and efforts,” he said, emphasizing on large scale awareness campaign by both the two organizations to acquaint the youth about the modus operandi and efficacy of SKEWPY to earn livelihood independently and respectfully.
The Chief Minister was speaking at a high level meeting of officers to discuss the third party survey report conducted about the status of SKEPWY in the State.
Omar asked the EDI, Employment Department and J&K Bank to look at the survey report critically, analyze the weak points identified, take lessons and remove the hurdles. He asked them to adhere to the guidelines of SKEWPY regarding seed money, loans, mortgages and guarantees.
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