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Dena Bank to support India’s women entrepreneur

Dena Bank will help Government of India’s initiative to encourage women entrepreneurs for self-employment ventures in any kind of non-farm activity

New Delhi: Dena Bank on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) in India for operating a programme to encourage and assist women entrepreneur.

Under the programme, Trade Related Entrepreneurship Assistance and Development (Tread) Scheme, the bank will provide loans to women through non-government organisation (NGOs) for self-employment ventures by them in any kind of non-farm activity.

The Tread scheme was launched by the Government of India to provide resources and financial assistance to women entrepreneur not only in villages but also in urban areas.

It envisages economic empowerment of women through trade related training, information and counseling extension activities related to trades, products and services, the MSME said.

The scheme provides for grants up to 30 per cent of the total project cost released to financial institutions who become partners in implementation of the scheme.
—iGovernment Bureau

Dear Sir\Maam, I wish to start my own business. Whom should I contact for aaproval of my loan?

hi sir,
i want to start a business in alappuzha, kerala.i am planning to start a bakery unit. where should i get further information about the loans

regards
reshmi

Hello

Please let me know the different schemes available from Indian Govt Banks and how can i apply for to get a loan up to 10 lakhs.
Thank you

I have already formed a co. But i need loan for my working capital. Kindly let me know , whom to contact.

Regards

Kindly let me know the kind of facilities that are provided to women entrepreneurs, both financial & non-financial. Also which dept/office to be contacted in Kolkata for the same.

Please tell me whom to contact, as I am based in Pune and want to start my own business in Pune itself.What are the norms and is there any age limitation for availing this facility.

Thanks

Dear Sir,

Thanks for the introducing the FInance Scheme for the Women Enterpruners.
Here I just want to say that as I am finance consultant, there is one of my client & she wish to established the her owned manufacturing of "Plastic MATS"

Can she get the working finance from the bank up to Rs 30 lakh? let me know ASAP.

Thanks & Regards.

Yashodhan

Please tell me whom to contact and where as I am based in Indore and want to start my own business.Thanks.

Please tell me whom to contact and where as I am based in Pune and want to start my own business.Thanks.

Please let me know whom and in which department to contact to avail the scheme beside the financial assistance I need training through the government if there's any such scheme. I already started a hosiery unit, and this is the first unit of hosiery in Sikkim, and i have four artisan girls. My motive of starting this business is to generate employment in the state.This unit is completely operated by women.

Dear Sir

This is in regards to the Business , I am Girl from mumbai and interested in doing business , i need 5 lakh rupees , right now i dont have but if i get this i will return it within 3 years or may be before that , i am here by writing you this because i want to know that is there any scheme in goverment who can help me and give me the amount for start and if i take loan then the pecentage rate will be less and i have heard that goverment have certain plans for the women enterprenurs . pls. guide me.

regards

Meenu

financial assistance

i want to go for a pre school(play school). from where or which bank i can get loan .of about 20 lacs.

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