TEZU, Nov 2: Deputy Commissioner, Karma Leki called upon prospective entrepreneurs to go through the guidelines of the Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Swalamban Yojana (DDUSY) and submit relevant documents to avoid unnecessary delay for further recommendations to the State Level Screening Committee.
He said this during the first preliminary meeting of the District Level Screening Committee (DLSC) on DDUSY, held in the DC’s Conference Hall on Thursday.
The DC also advised the youths to do proper research of their proposed schemes before submitting it to the DLSC and asked them to explore other prospective avenues, like home stays.
The main aim of the scheme is to encourage unemployed youths for entrepreneurship by providing financial subsidies, he added.
So far, three applications from local youths have been received and scrutinized by the committee headed by the DC. The three prospective entrepreneurs also made a brief presentation of their proposals on cold storage, bakery and, mechanized wooden furniture shop before the screening committee.
DDUSY is a Chief Minister’s flagship programme, which aims to encourage unemployed youth for entrepreneurship with a provision of 30 percent back-ended capital investment subsidy.