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Presentation on theme: "NATIONAL RURAL LIVELIHOOD MISSION (NRLM) 03 February 2015, Chennai."— Presentation transcript:


2 Implementation arrangements under NRLM

3 Block Mission Management Unit (BMMU)/ Project Facilitation Teams (PFT) District Mission Management Unit (DMMU) State Mission Management Unit (SMMU) 6 – 20 member team with thematic specializations 6-8 member team responsible for programme implementation at District level 5 member team responsible for programme implementation at Block level 8-10 Community Cadres at each Cluster (28-40 Gram Panchayats) State Missions – Dedicated manpower

4 Consultation mechanism with banks Central Level Coordination Committee (CLCC) IBA sub committee at the national level NRLM Sub-committee under SLBC NRLM Sub-committee under DCC BLBC with participation of community representatives

5 SHGs V.O (15 – 25 SHGs) Self Help Groups (10 -15 members) (250 – 300 SHGs) CLF SHG Book Keeper VO Book Keeper Community Facilitator CLF Accountant Bank Mitra Community Institution Architecture  SHG Monitoring Sub Committee  Bank Linkage Sub committee  Asset Verification Sub Committee  Social Action Sub Committee  Monitoring Sub Committee  Repayment Sub committee  Convergence Sub Committee

6 Bank Linkage Mandate under NRLM “Each poor Household is able to access credit of at least Rs 1 lakh in multiple doses (over 4-5 years)”

7 Internal Lending SB A/C opening RF MCP prepared CIF Bank Credit – 1 st Linkage Bank Credit – 2 nd Linkage 3-4 Months 36-40 Months 2 Months 6 -12 Months From 1 st Meeting SHG Capitalization Strategy 24 -30 Months 6-8 Months Bank Credit – 3rd Linkage RF : Revolving Fund MCP: Micro Credit Plan CIF: Community Investment Fund Step by step process


9 Revolving Fund (RF): RF support to SHGs which are active for a minimum period of 3/6 months and ‘Panchasutra’ - Rs 10000 – Rs 15000 per SHG Community Investment support Fund (CIF) : CIF will be provided to the SHGs in the intensive blocks, routed through the Village level/ Cluster level Federations Capital Subsidy has been discontinued under NRLM MASTER CIRCULAR ON NRLM -Key points

10 Lending Norms Eligibility criteria for the SHGs SHG should be in active existence at least 6 months & following ‘Panchasutra’. Revived SHGs are also eligible for credit if they are continue to be active for a minimum period of 3 months. Grading as per norms fixed by NABARD. As and when the Federations of the SHGs come to existence, the grading exercise can be done by the Federations to support the Banks.

11 Loan amount First dose: Rs. 50,000 or 4-8 times the corpus during the year whichever is higher. Second dose: Rs. 1 lakhs or 5- 10 times the existing corpus and proposed saving during the next twelve months, whichever is higher. Third dose: Minimum of Rs. 2 lakhs, based on the MCP prepared by the SHGs and appraised by the Federations/Support agency Fourth dose onwards: Loan amount can be between Rs. 5-10 lakhs for fourth dose and/or higher in subsequent doses. The loan amount will be based on the MCP

12 Type of facility and repayment SHGs can avail either Term loan or a CCL loan or both based on the need. Repayment schedule could be as follows First dose: 6-12 installments Second dose: 12-24 installments Third dose - based on MCP - repayment either monthly/quarterly /half yearly based on the cash flow (2 to 5 Years) Fourth dose onwards: repayment has to be either monthly/quarterly /half yearly based on the cash flow (3 to 6 Years) Security and Margin No collateral and no margin will be charged upto Rs. 10.00 lakhs limit to the SHGs


14 Interest Subvention scheme – Credit limit Rs 3 lakhs Parameter Category-I districts Category-II districts 1 CoverageLimited to selected 150 districtsRemaining 490 districts 2EligibilityAll women SHGS are eligible for IS NRLM compliant women SHGs are eligible for IS 3 Benefit & eligibility Condition  SHGs will be eligible for loans from banks at upfront 7% per annum;  In case of prompt repayment additional 3% IS. Thus effective interest rate is 4%.  IS available on prompt repayment only  IS will be equivalent to the difference between lending rate of banks and 7% per annum 4 Release mehanism  Banks will be subvented  SHGs will be subvented  Difference between the bank's lending rate and 7% (subjected to a max. of 5.5%) 5Nodal Agency  Canara Bank for PSBs & Pvt Banks  NABARD for RRBs & Cooperative Banks Respective SRLM

15 Role of Banks Banks will lend to all women SHGs at upfront 7% per annum (upto Rs 3 lakhs) Banks will also pay additional interest subvention of 3% to SHG loans accounts being serviced promptly Bank will submit claims pertaining to interest subvention to Canara Bank for further submission to MoRD for release of claims. Role of MoRD & SRLMs MoRD will subvent banks to as per DFS approved rate - Weighted Average Interest Charged (WAIC) SRLMs will undertake initiatives for spreading on the scheme Interest Subvention Cat. – I (150 districts)

16 Weighted Average Interest Cost (WAIC) As prescribed by DFS BanksWAICInterest to be subvented above 7% HDFC Bank18.00 5.5 ICICI Bank14.26 5.5 Yes Bank20.50 5.5 Axis Bank12.68 5.5 J&K Bank13.00 5.5 Karur Vysy Bank11.28 4.28 Dhanalaxmi Bank13.00 5.5 Ratnakar Bank18.00 5.5 South Indian Bank14.50 5.5 Federal Bank12.70 5.5 ING Vysy Bank19.05 5.5 Indus Ind BankNo lending to WSHG NA Kotak Mahindra BankNo lending to WSHG NA Tamil Nadu Mecantile BankNo lending to WSHG NA

17 Role of Banks Banks will lend to women SHGs at regular lending rates Banks to regularly share data with NRLM on loans disbursed to women SHGs directly from CB Role of State Missions State Missions will identify ‘NRLM Compliant SHGs’ Based on the data shared by banks, promptly repaying SHGs will be identified. State Missions will transfer the amount of interest subvention directly to SHG loan a/c. Interest Subvention Cat. – II (490 districts)

18 SHG Bank Linkage How are Private Banks performing?

19 Share in Credit disbursement to SHGs (FY13-14)

20 Region-wise penetration by Pvt Banks (2013-14)

21 Growth in disbursement of loan by Pvt Banks Loan Amount (Rs Cr) No. of SHG Linked Loan Amount

22 Average loan Size to SHGs Amount of Credit Per SHG (Rs)

23 S.No.States Estimated no of SHGs No. of SHGs having Loan o/s (Mar 2014) % of SHG having loan outstanding Share of Pvt Banks 1TAMIL NADU 6,36,000 4,46,67170%10% 2KARNATAKA 5,00,000 3,37,19667%6% 3RAJASTHAN 2,31,763 1,29,83056%8% 4KERALA 2,29,964 1,17,30351%18% 5MP 1,59,457 81,03051%6% 6MAHARASHTRA 6,87,717 2,04,35530%12% 7GUJARAT 2,08,410 61,84830%3% Total26,53,31113,78,233 SHGs Bank Linked Source: Status of Microfinance 2013-14, NABARD

24 SRLM - Promotion of SHG & Fedn - Capacity Building of CBOs - Financial literacy, counselling services on savings, credit and Micro-investment Planning - Placement of Bank Sakhi - Institutionalizing CBRM for ‘Zero NPA’ Pvt Banks - Opening of SB a/c - Channeling benefits to SHG & members – Community Funds/ Interest Subvention/ other entitlements - Credit Linkage of SHGs NRLM 1. Policy Formulation 2. Project Financing 3. Technical Support SHG

25 Expectation From Private Sector Banks Much greater Partnership with SRLMs for lending to women SHGs Data sharing on loan disbursed to women SHGs on monthly basis. Assign following codes to all accounts of SHGs Unique code for Women SHGs – Assign gender based codes for SHGs-Male, Female as well as mixed irrespective of promoting agency Unique code for NRLM – For both S/B and loan accounts of women SHGs channel Interest Subvention benefit for Women SHGs

26 Thank You

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