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September 4, 2020

Bank loans up to Rs 50 Cr to start-ups classified as Priority Sector Lending as per RBI Revised Guidelines

by facelesscompliance in RBI

Bank loans up to Rs 50 Cr to start-ups classified as Priority Sector Lending as per RBI Revised Guidelines

RBI releases revised priority sector lending guidelines. Some of the salient features of the guidelines are


Higher Weightage Assigned To Incremental Priority Sector
Credit In ‘Identified Districts’

Targets Prescribed For Marginal Farmers & Weaker Sections Being Increased In A Phased Manner

Higher Credit Limit Has Been Specified For Farmers Producers Organisations, Farmers Producers Company

Loan Limits For Renewable Energy Have Been Increased

Credit Limit For Health Infrastructure (Including Those Under `Ayushman Bharat’) Has Been Doubled

Bank loans to start-ups (up to ₹50 cr) & loans for setting up Compressed Bio Gas (CBG) plants, included in PSL. RBI also gives PSL status for loans for installing solar power plants for solarisation of grid connected agriculture pumps

RBI Releases Revised Priority Sector Lending Guidelines

Reserve Bank of India has comprehensively reviewed the Priority Sector Lending (PSL) Guidelines to align it with emerging national priorities and bring sharper focus on inclusive development, after having wide ranging discussions with all stakeholders.

Revised PSL guidelines will enable better credit penetration to credit deficient areas; increase the lending to small and marginal farmers and weaker sections; boost credit to renewable energy, and health infrastructure.

Bank finance to start-ups (up to ₹50 crore); loans to farmers for installation of solar power plants for solarisation of grid connected agriculture pumps and loans for setting up Compressed Bio Gas (CBG) plants have been included as fresh categories eligible for finance under priority sector. Some of the salient features of revised PSL guidelines are:

  1. To address regional disparities in the flow of priority sector credit, higher weightage have been assigned to incremental priority sector credit in ‘identified districts’ where priority sector credit flow is comparatively low.
  2. The targets prescribed for “small and marginal farmers” and “weaker sections” are being increased in a phased manner.
  3. Higher credit limit has been specified for Farmers Producers Organisations (FPOs)/Farmers Producers Companies (FPCs) undertaking farming with assured marketing of their produce at a pre-determined price.
  4. Loan limits for renewable energy have been increased (doubled).
  5. For improvement of health infrastructure, credit limit for health infrastructure (including those under ‘Ayushman Bharat’) has been doubled

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