Now, expats to get loan upto Rs 30 lakh under rehabilitation project
Thiruvananthapuram: With an aim to rehabilitate expatriates who returned to the state, NORKA-Roots in association with Canara Bank and Centre for Management Development will organise credit score camp and entrepreneurship training from January 13 onwards.
In Kasaragod, the camp will be held at Kanhangad Vyapara Bhavan on January 13 at 10 am. Expats who returned to Kannur are invited to attend the camp on January 14 at Thalassery municipal hall.
In Kozhikode, the camp will be held at Surabhi Avenue auditorium in Perambra on January 20.
Meanwhile, two camps will be held at Malappuram district on January 27 and 28 at Tirur municipal town hall and Malappuram district panchayat hall respectively at 10 am.
The camp will discuss the various business opportunities which the expats can start for finding their livelihood.
Those who are interested to be entrepreneurs in the scheme that gives capital and curiosity subsidies, should register on the official website of NORKA-Roots (www.norkaroots.org). Passport, description of the project, photo of the applicant should be uploaded during the registration.
Description including the total estimate of the project, original and copy of passport which proves two-years long residence abroad, ration card, Aadhaar card, PAN card and three passport size photos should be brought while attending the camp.