Mahila Samman Saving Scheme: Big update came about this government scheme being run for women
About The Scheme
Women can invest up to two lakh rupees in this scheme. In which interest is given at the rate of 7.5 percent every year. Interest is paid on a quarterly basis under the scheme. The scheme matures in two years. The central government has brought a big update for this scheme.
Mahila Samman Saving Scheme
Many types of schemes are being run by the Central Government for economically weak people, students and women. One such scheme is Mahila Samman Saving Scheme. Regarding which the government has now issued a big update. Women can invest up to two lakh rupees in this scheme. In which interest is given at the rate of 7.5 percent every year. Interest is paid on a quarterly basis under the scheme. The scheme matures in two years. The central government has brought a big update for this scheme.
Here is the update
The central government has increased the dependence on NSSF in this scheme so that the fiscal deficit can be met. The big update in this plan is that the government has planned to increase NSSF from FY 2023 to Rs 4.71 trillion in FY 24. 14,83,980 accounts have been opened in the Mahila Samman Saving Scheme run by the central government. So far Rs 8,630 crore has been deposited in the scheme.
The central government had announced the Scheme in the budget of the financial year 2023-24. In this, any girl or woman can deposit a maximum of two lakh rupees from one thousand to two thousand rupees for two consecutive years. In this scheme, the post office, four private sector banks, all public sector banks have been registered by the central government. At present account can be opened only offline under the scheme. This facility has not started online.
Where most accounts were opened
Under theScheme, the maximum number of accounts have been opened in Maharashtra so far. After this Tamil Nadu is on top in second place. Karnataka is at number three. So far, 296,771 women have invested under the Mahila Samman Saving Certificate Scheme in Maharashtra by depositing Rs 1,560 crore.