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Willingness to take the risks involved in starting and managing a business is often a difficult undertaking, but the returns can be extremely rewarding.
The following links will give you ideas and details on obtaining funds and managing your business.
You can also take this self assessment to see if you have the makings of an entrepreneur!!
Smsone has developed a network of 300 youths across Maharashtra who are 10–12th failed – school college dropouts for his innovative initiative of ‘Local SMS Community Newsletter’ which connects BOP and offers self employment to these youths as mobile Journalists. [read more…]
Rashtriya Mahila Kosh
The most prominent national level micro–finance apex organisation providing micro–finance services for women in India is the National Credit Fund for Women or the Rashtriya Mahila Kosh (RMK). [read more…]
Backward Classes Welfare
The Backward Classes are those castes/communities that are notified as socially and educationally Backward Classes by the State Governments or those that may be notified as such by the Central Government from time to time. [read more…]
National Scheduled Caste Financial and Development Corporation
The NSFDC provides a number of loans under various schemes to those applicants who are covered under double the poverty line revised to Rs.55000/– p.a. Application forms for availing loan under these schemes are available in the office. [read more…]
National Minorities Development & Finance Corporation
To promote economic and developmental activities for the benefit of “Backward Sections” amongst the Minorities, preference being given to the occupational groups and women. [read more…]
National Handicapped Finance and Development Corporation
The objectives of NHFDC is to provide concessional finance to promote economic development activities and self–employment ventures for benefit of persons with disabilities. Assistance is given to person who fulfills the eligibility criteria. [read more…]
Empowering the rural youth
Bank of Maharashtra's Mahabank Self–Employment Training Institutes aim is to give assistance in technical and non–technical profession to the rural educated unemployed youths. The institute has three branches in Pune, Aurangabad and Nagpur. [read more…]