Author : Ranjeet Kumar Ram 1
Date of Publication :9th February 2021
Abstract: The lead bank act as a leader for coordinating the activities and efforts of all credit institutions in the allotted districts in order to increase the flow of credit to agriculture, small-scale industries the flow of credit to agriculture, small-scale industries and other economics activities included in the priority sector in the rural and semi-urban areas, with the district being the basic unit. The basic aim of Lead Bank Scheme is that there should be tight competition among the various nationalised banks and big players should try to open offices in each district for providing financial help to farmers.
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