BC Sakhi Yojana: This government is giving 4000 rupees a month to women, bank commission separate, know the whole scheme


BC Sakhi Yojana: Corona virus has had a big impact on everyone’s life. At the same time, some good changes and improvements have also been created in life. One such opportunity is to improve the banking system and connect the disadvantaged people with this service. Yogi Adityanath government of Uttar Pradesh has taken the initiative to connect rural areas with banks. The government has introduced the BC Sakhi Yojana or Banking Correspondent Sakhi (Banking Correspondent Sakhi) scheme. Actually, the government has decided to deploy banking correspondent Sakhi in rural areas. These activities will help people in banking. In the first phase, 58 thousand such representatives will be deployed. Read the important things related to the plan –

Also Read: Kisan Vikas Patra (KVP) is a safe medium of investment, important things to know about it

Women have a greater chance of employment

Under BC Sakhi Yojana, every banking correspondent Sakhi will be given Rs 4000 per month by the government for the next 6 months. Apart from this, commission will also be given by banks for doing transactions. With this, women will get a fixed income every month.
The responsibility of these women is to make people aware of banking by going from village to village. Not only this, the necessary work related to the bank of the villagers sitting at home will also be done. 50 thousand rupees will also be made available for the device to do banking work. This scheme has been prepared by the Ministry of Rural Development of the state.

Digital work, benefit of villagers
BC Sakhi Sakhi will go from village to village and complete villagers’ bank related work. The villagers will not need to go to the bank, but now the banks will reach the villagers. This representative will do all the work digitally. This will not only remove the concern of following physical distance in the banks of the villages during the Corona period, but the villagers will also be trained in digital transactions. Villagers will also get information about schemes related to the government.