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Lesson-33 NABARD amendment act 2017
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Lesson-33 NABARD amendent act 2017

Rishi Jain
MBA,PGDFM Author of Bhavishya Arthik Patrika(for Civil Services), worked in SBI group for 7 years, teaching indian economy to UPSC student

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  1. The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Amendment) Bill, 2017


  2. National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development Act, 1981 SHIVRAMAN COMMITTEE 12TH JULY 1982 APEX INSTITUTION NOT PROVIDING DIRECT CREDIT IN AGRICULTURE


  3. NABARD is responsible for providing and regulating facilities like credit for agricultural and industrial development in the rural areas.


  4. Increase in capital of NABARD: Under the 1981 Act, NABARD may have a capital of Rs 100 crore. This capital can be further increased to Rs 5,0oo crore by the central government in consultation with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The Bill allows the central government to increase this capital to Rs 30,00o crore. The capital may be increased to more than Rs 30,000 crore by the central government in consultation with the RBI, if necessary.


  5. Transfer of the RBI's share to the central government: Under the 1981 Act, the central government and the RBI together must hold at least 51% of the share capital of NABARD. The Bill provides that the central government alone must hold at least 51% of the share capital of NABARD. The Bill transfers the share capital held by the RBI and valued at Rs 20 crore to the central government. The central government will give an equal amount to the RBI


  6. Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME): The Bill replaces the terms 'small-scale industry' and 'industry in the tiny and decentralised sector, with the terms 'micro enterprise', small enterprise, and 'medium enterprise' as defined in the MSME Development Act, 2006. Under the 1981 Act, NABARD was responsible for providing credit and other facilities to industries having an investment of upto Rs 20 lakh in machinery and plant. The Bill extends this to apply to enterprises with investment upto Rs 10 crore in the manufacturing sector and Rs five crore in the services sector.


  7. Consider the following statement about NABARD amendment act 2017 1. The total capital of NABARD will be increased to 300000. 2, The Bill provides that the central government alone must hold at least 51% of the share capital of NABARD Which of the above statement is/are correct a. Only1 b. only 2 c. 1 and2 d. neither 1 nor 2