How to Set Up a Rural Godown / Warehouses under Nabard Subsidy scheme : A Complete Guide
How to Set Up a Rural Godown / Warehouses under Nabard Subsidy scheme
: A Complete Guide
Nabard Subsidy Scheme name: AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE SUB-SCHEME OF INTEGRATED SCHEME FOR AGRICULTURAL MARKETING
About Rural Godowns / Warehouses
Agriculture is the main occupation of a large portion of our country. The main objective of creating rural godowns is to create a storage capacity with all the latest technologies in order to assist the farmers in storing their produce and agricultural equipment.
There will be no wastage and deterioration of the products due to the availability of the rural godowns, as they will be safe and secure in the godown. Another aim behind constructing a rural godown is to promote and improve the quality of the agricultural methods to enhance their market value.
What’s the process of establishing a Rural Godown/warehouse? Let’s Figure out
If you want to build a rural godown then you need to be familiarized with all the guidelines issued by the main authority. There are a few steps that you need to follow to accomplish a rural godown and they are given below:
1. Firstly, you have to ensure that the company/ firm/ individual is registered. The owner of the piece of the land must be well versed about all little details about the land and make sure it is free from all sorts of burdens like a mortgage.
2. The owner must submit his/her PAN card along with land purchase/ lease registration and other mandatory documents. If the piece of ground is agricultural land then NALA (Non- Agricultural Lands Assessment Act) conversion will be applied. In simple terms, land conversion means converting agricultural land into non-agricultural land.
As per the NALA Act, a piece of land can be converted for non-agriculture practices only if it receives approval from the side of respective authorities. NALA was introduced in the year 1963. NALA act is not applicable on lands that are in estates and not under the government.
3. After this, the owner must submit the civil drawings. Civil drawings are basically the drawings of the site that exhibits information about landscaping, grading, and other details of the site. These drawings will give an overview of the site. The civil drawings will provide a clear picture of all things that are available on the site.
4. Then, the next step is to tell about the civil estimation of the site. Civil estimation is all about the stats and numbers of the site. Here you must describe the total cost per unit of each item that’s available on the site.
5. Now, you will have to prepare a project report which will include all basic details such as the title of the project, brief introduction of the project, the main aim of the project, the total budget of the project, management plan, highlight of the report, etc. It will be like a short summary of your project.
6. Therefore, you need to apply for the required permissions like drawings permissions and NOC certificates from Local Bodies.
The online faculty of this service allows the applicants to apply for approvals, pay fees, respond to queries, and download the approvals given by the department, eliminating the necessity of a direct approach.
7. Once the application for a bank term loan is approved. You can begin the construction process on the land. Don’t forget to refer to the guidelines of NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development) before beginning the process of construction. With the help of guidelines, you will gain a better understanding of the whole procedure.
8. Then you can acquire the 1st disbursement of the term loan and submit the subsidy application to NABARD. It is an apex body that controls and manages the working of the regional rural banks and apex cooperative banks in our country. It falls under the Ministry of Finance, Government of India. The main headquarters of NABARD is in Mumbai, India.
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