New Delhi: Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is scheduled to fulfill the heads of public sector banks (PSBs) within the nationwide capital on April 23.
The assembly would set the agenda for the present monetary yr.
She is going to in the course of the meet overview the lenders’ efficiency and progress made by them on numerous authorities schemes for revival of the economic system battered by the pandemic, PTI reported.
No PSBs confronted any loss within the April-December interval over the past fiscal yr and clocked a collective internet revenue of Rs 48,874 crore throughout the identical interval.
In a bid to enhance the monetary well being of PSBs, the Central authorities applied a complete 4Rs technique — recognition of NPAs transparently, decision and restoration of worth from burdened accounts, recapitalising of PSBs, and reforms in PSBs and the broader monetary ecosystem — for a accountable and clear system.
In addition to, complete steps have been taken by the federal government underneath the 4Rs technique to cut back NPAs of PSBs.
The ruling dispensation has, as a part of the technique, infused Rs 3,10,997 crore to recapitalise banks over the past 5 monetary years — from 2016-17 to 2020-21, out of which Rs 34,997 crore have been sourced by way of budgetary allocation and Rs 2,76,000 crore by way of issuance of recapitalisation bonds to those banks.
Sources stated the banks, throughout this primary full overview assembly after presentation of the Budget 2022-23, can be urged to sanction loans for productive sectors to speed up the economic system’s revival.
There can be a complete overview of assorted segments, sources stated, and progress in authorities schemes, together with the Emergency Credit score Line Assure Scheme (ECLGS).
The ECLGS was prolonged by a yr until March 2023 within the Finances.
In addition to, the assure cowl for the scheme was expanded by Rs 50,000 crore to Rs 5 lakh crore.
As well as, the protection, scope and extent of advantages underneath ECLGS 3.0 pertaining to hospitality, journey, tourism and civil aviation sectors have been additionally expanded.
The credit score restrict for eligible debtors too was elevated to 50 p.c of their fund-based credit score excellent from the 40 p.c earlier. The improved restrict is topic to a most of Rs 200 crore per borrower.
The loans value Rs 3.19 lakh crore have been sanction until March 25, 2022, since its launch earlier in Might 2020.