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Nation Current Affairs 28 Mar 2018 Bengaluru: D Huchapp ...

Bengaluru: D Huchappa leads crusade for backward classes, needy

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Mar 28, 2018, 2:26 am IST
Updated Mar 28, 2018, 7:17 am IST
A number of welfare schemes have been effectively implemented since 2016-17 under the chairmanship of Mr Huchappa.
A number of welfare schemes have been effectively implemented since 2016-17 under the chairmanship of Mr Huchappa. Some of the notable schemes include women welfare schemes, loans to women groups and students.
 A number of welfare schemes have been effectively implemented since 2016-17 under the chairmanship of Mr Huchappa. Some of the notable schemes include women welfare schemes, loans to women groups and students.

BENGALURU: President of D. Devaraj Urs Backward Classes Development Corporation J. Huchappa has strived hard to ensure that the schemes launched under the corporation reach the needy beneficiaries.

A number of welfare schemes have been effectively implemented since 2016-17 under the chairmanship of Mr Huchappa. Some of the notable schemes include women welfare schemes, loans to women groups and students. Over 92,000 beneficiaries have been identified since 2016-17. Apart from these schemes, loans have been extended for animal husbandry, sheep rearing and dairying too.

 

Around 70 self-help women's groups have been provided with soft loans of Rs 2-3 lakh, enabling them to become self-reliant.

Further, Rs 5 crore has been spent to help children from backward classes to go abroad for courses like Bachelor of Computer Application and Master of Computer Application.

About 6,856 beneficiaries under the Ganga Kalyana scheme have benefited and have taken up active farming by drilling borewells at highly subsidised rates.

Notably, Mr Huchappa has been rewarded with a cash prize of Rs 10 lakh twice by the National Backward Class Development Corporation for his acumen in implementing welfare schemes.

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