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Soghat-e-Shireen Scheme for “GUR Making”

Gur is famous for being the healthiest sugar in the world owing to its high nutritional value. Being a seasonal & self-sustaining business providing gainful employment & returns, huge potential for popularizing it as a daily sweetener exists. In line with Bank’s new initiatives to support Government’s efforts for agriculture-led economic growth and to alleviate rural poverty, the Bank has taken a stride to finance the ‘Gur making’ process countrywide.

Terms & Conditions:

Operational Jurisdiction The scheme will be applicable throughout the country where no restriction is imposed by the Federal/ Provincial Government.
Eligibility All Credit Worthy Farmers.
Documents Required CNIC Copy, Loan application, Agri.Pass Book/Fard Jamabandi, 2 recent photographs.
Maximum Loan Limit Rs.0.500 million per borrower/party.
Collateral The loan would be secured against all types of securities acceptable to the Bank. In case of its non-availability, parents/family members’ security can be accepted as a co-applicant.
Borrower’s Contribution 10% of the loan amount will be deposited by the borrower as self-contribution.
Cost of Credit As per Bank’s rule.
Repayment Schedule The loans would be recoverable within 05 years in half-yearly installments.
Rate of Mark Up The prevailing rate of markup on a development loan with a 3% rebate on timely repayment is applicable.
Monitoring Strict monitoring would be exercised by ensuring checking of utilization by the MCO in 100% of cases and sample checking of utilization by the Manager, Zonal Manager (Recovery), and Internal Auditor of the Bank. In case of misutilization, the loan be recalled in lump sum as per Bank policy.

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