YSR Cheyutha

Maximum amount ₹56,250/-.

Tenure of the loan: 48 months

Rate of interest: 10% p.a

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YSR Cheyutha

YSR Cheyutha is a welfare scheme introduced by the Government of Andhra Pradesh in India. The scheme is aimed at providing financial assistance and empowerment to women from marginalized communities. Please note that there may have been developments or changes since then, so I recommend checking with official government sources or news outlets for the most current information.

  • Financial Assistance to eligible women
  • Skill development and training programs
  • Income generation to woment
  • Low down payment
  • Women in the age group of 45-56 years belonging to SC/ST/BC/MINORITY Communities
  • Minimum CIBIL Score of the Borrower should be 650.
  • Minimal Processing charges
  • No pre-payment charges
  • Can avail Term Loans & Cash Credit
  • Amount of loan upto ₹56,250/-.
  • Margin @ 25% on the Unit cost
  • Total amount along with interest shall be recovered in 48 months including Holiday pay of 6 months (moratorium).
  • Rate of Interest:10% p.a

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    What is the YSR Cheyutha scheme?

    YSR Cheyutha is a welfare program launched in Andhra Pradesh, India, aimed at providing financial assistance to women from marginalized communities.

    Who is eligible for the YSR Cheyutha scheme?

    Typically, women from Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), Other Backward Classes (OBC), and minority communities in the age group of 45 to 60 years are eligible.

    What is the purpose of the YSR Cheyutha scheme?

    The primary goal of the YSR Cheyutha scheme is to empower vulnerable women by providing them with financial aid and skill development opportunities.