About NABARD – One Pager PDF Notes

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National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) was approved by the Parliament through Act 61 of 1981.



NABARD came into existence on 12 July 1982 



NABARD today is fully owned by Government of India



Vision-Development Bank of the Nation for Fostering Rural Prosperity. 



MissionPromote sustainable and equitable agriculture and rural development through participative financial and non-financial interventions, innovations, technology and institutional development for securing prosperity. 



Functions- A] Financial Functions  B] Supervisory Functions C] Development Functions



Chairman – Dr. Harsh Kumar Bhanwala 



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A] FINANCIAL FUNCTIONS


Direct Finance

1.Loans for Food Parks and Food Processing Units in Designated Food Parks
2.Loans to Warehouses, Cold Storage and Cold Chain Infrastructure
3.Credit Facilities to Marketing Federations
4.RuralInfrastructure Development Fund
5.DirectRefinance to Cooperative Banks
6.SupportingProducer Organisations
7.More Direct Finance
8.AlternativeInvestment Funds
9.Long TermIrrigation Fund
10.PradhanMantri Aawas Yojana – Grameen (PMAY-G)
11.Swachh Bharat Mission-Gramin (SBM-G)

Refinance

1.Short TermRefinance
2.Long TermRefinance
3.Eligible schemes for Refinance under Off Farm Sector
B] DEVELOPMENTAL FUNCTIONS
a] Institutional Development

b] Farm Sector
1.Farm Sector Development Department (FSDD)
2.Farm SectorPolicy Department (FSPD)

c] Off-Farm Sector



d] Financial Inclusion

e] Micro Credit Innovation
1.Status of WSHG Archives
2.Status of Microfinance in India
3.Highlights of the SHG-Bank Linkage Programme
C] RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT FUNCTIONS

1.Climate Change
2. Adaptation Fund under United NationsFramework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
3.Green ClimateFund
4.NationalAdaptation Fund for Climate Change
5.Pilot Projects on Climate Change
6.Other ClimateChange Initiatives of NABARD
7.ClimateChange Publications
8.Workshops& Programmes
9.ClimateChange Fund
D] GOVERNMENT SPONSORED SCHEMES

a] FARM SECTOR
1.DairyEntrepreneurship Development Scheme
2.Capital InvestmentSubsidy Scheme for Commercial Production Units for organic/  biological Inputs
3.Agriclinic and Agribusiness Centres Scheme
4.National LivestockMission
5.GSS – Ensuring EndUse of Subsidy Released
6.Interest SubventionScheme
7.New Agricultural MarketingInfrastructure

b] OFF FARM SECTOR
1.Credit LinkedCapital Subsidy Scheme
2.NRLM / NULM(Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana)
3.WeaversPackage






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