Dairy Entrepreneur Development Scheme (DEDS)
Dairy Entrepreneurial Development Scheme which comes under the Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairy and Fisheries. The scheme was loaned under the Government of India. If you want, you can get up to 11,00,000 (eleven lakh) assistance from this scheme of the Government of India, so let us know the complete information of this scheme.
Dairy Entrepreneur Development Scheme (DEDS)
What is the purpose of this scheme
To promote the establishment of modern dairy farms for milk production
Encourage calf rearing so that good conservation stock is maintained there.
Bringing structural change in the unorganized sector so that the initial processing of milk can be carried out only at the village level.
Commercial upgrading of quality and traditional technology for handling milk
Mainly to generate self-employment and provide sanitation facilities to unorganized sectors.
The scheme is a capital subsidy scheme. This means that 25% of the rupee you have invested will be returned to the general category and 33.33% to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (SC / ST). There are a total of nine (9) different schemes under this scheme
There are nine (9) different schemes
1. You get a small dairy unit in which you can follow 2 to 10 cows in which ours
Indigenous Cows Sahiwal, Lal Sindhi, Gir, Rathi You can take advantage of these cows in which if you get a unit cost of up to Rs. Will be eligible and SC / ST is eligible to receive 23,300 at 33.33%
2. This scheme is for rearing calves. In this you can raise 20 (twenty) calves in which indigenous cows, crossbreds, cows and indigenous buffaloes can be reared.
But if you get a unit cost of up to Rs.
3. Vermicompost unit which you can do with milch cattle. The unit cost of this scheme has been fixed at Rs. 25,200 by the government. So General category will be eligible for 25% and SC / ST will be eligible for 33.33%.
4. In this scheme, if you install a milking machine or milk testing machine or a cooling unit of up to 5000 liters, the government has fixed a unit cost of Rs. 20,00,000 (twenty lakhs). The general category is 25%. 5 (five) lakhs will be eligible and SC / ST will be eligible for 6.67 lakh subsidy at 33.33%.
5. This scheme is for purchase of equipment for processing of milk for production of indigenous milk products. In which unit cost up to Rs. 13.20 lakhs has been fixed by the Government. General category will be eligible to receive Rs. 4.40 lakh is eligible for the subsidy
6. This scheme is available for transportation of dairy products in which unit cost up to Rs. 26.50 lakhs has been fixed by the Government. So General category will be eligible for Rs.
7. This scheme is for setting up cold storage facility for milk products in which unit cost up to Rs. 33 lakhs has been fixed by the Government. So General Category will be eligible for Rs. 8.25 lakhs at 25% and SC / ST at Rs. Subsidy is eligible
8. This scheme is for setting up of private Pasu Chikitsa Clinic (Mobile Clinic) in which unit cost up to Rs. 2.60 lakh has been fixed by the Government. And for the stationery cost, i.e. if your clinic has fixed a unit cost of Rs 2 lakh for a single place, then the general category will be eligible for 25% and SC / ST will be eligible for subsidy at 33.33%.
9. This scheme is for you to open a dairy marketing outlet or dairy parlor in which unit cost up to Rs. 3 lakhs has been fixed by the Government. Then General Category will be eligible to receive Rs. Subsidy is eligible
Who is eligible to avail the benefits of this scheme?
The benefit of this scheme is available to the farmers alone, to the business or to the organized or unorganized sector or to the NGOs. Eligible to meet Dairy Co-operative Society or Milk Union Milk Federation etc.
One person is eligible to avail the benefit of any scheme only once but another person from your family can avail the benefit of any scheme from these schemes but in such case the unit of another member should be at least 500 meters away from your unit. .
Priority will be given to women self help groups which have been set up to avail the benefits of this scheme and those who are small farmers or marginal farmers.
How to use the subsidy amount
The amount of the subsidy will be adjusted in the last few weeks of your loan
The lock-in period of this subsidy will be at least 3 (three) years
You will not have to pay interest rate on the subsidy received
The loan you get will be built in 3 or 7 weeks and you can get a grace period of 3 to 6 months in the loan.
How can you get a subsidy?
All you have to do is apply for a loan from a bank, whether it is a co-operative bank or any other bank that is refinancing available through NABARD, you can apply for a loan in the bank where you go for a loan.