The scheme promotes self-employment of the youth. It also promotes production of green energy.
• The aim of the scheme is to market the assembly of green energy and to supply self-employment opportunities to the youth of the State and returning migrants.
• Each beneficiary of this scheme are going to be allocated solar plants of 25 kilowatts and 10,000 people will get self-employment under this
• The scheme mainly targets migrant workers and youth who have returned to their homes after leaving their jobs in several parts of the country thanks to covid-19 lockdown.
• it’s estimated that these power plants will generate 38,000 units of electricity per annum .
Under the scheme, the private banks and cooperative banks are to supply loans for 15 years. The loans are to be provided at an rate of interest of 8% once a year to line up solar energy plants. A committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of the District Magistrate to allocate projects at the district level to the applicants found suitable by the technical committee. After receiving the project allocation letter, the beneficiary will enter an influence purchase contract with the Uttarakhand Power Corporation Limited. Within seven days of submission of the project allocation letter, a replica of the contract and other necessary records are going to be forward to the concerned bank branch. Within 15 days, the acceptance or rejection notice from the bank branch are going to be conveyed to the beneficiary
Permissible grants and benefits are going to be available for MSME’s Mukhyamantri Swarozgar Yojana. there’ll be no educational qualification for this. The installed solar energy plants will help in integrated farming of fruits vegetables and herbs on an equivalent land. The government has also planned to market farming seeds of climate based spongy and medicinal plants within the same land.
Quick deployment antenna Technology
Along with the launch of the scheme, the Chief Minister also inaugurated the fast deployment antenna technology of the state disaster response force. Uttarakhand is that Delaware to use the technology. The technology may be a satellite-based communication technology that helps to determine communication where there’s low or zero network coverage. it’ll mainly assist in sending and receiving video or voice calls and data transfer during emergency situations. The Chief Minister also launched a wildlife helpline number 1926 that’ll help to scale back human-wildlife conflict.