Standup India Registration

The Stand Up India Scheme helps scheduled caste (SC) or Scheduled Tribe. Every bank branch has a borrower and at least one woman who set up a greenfield enterprise with bank loans ranging from ten lakh to one crore. This business entity could be in the manufacturing, service, or trading industries. In non-individual firms, at least 51 percent of the shareholding and controlling stake should be held by an SC/ST or a woman entrepreneur.

Criteria

  • SC/ST and female entrepreneurs who are at least 18 years old
  • Only greenfield projects are eligible for the scheme's loans. In this sense, GreenField denotes the beneficiary's first effort into the manufacturing, services, or trading sectors.
  • SC/ST and Women Entrepreneurs shall possess 51 percent of the shareholding and controlling shares in non-individual firms.
  • SC/ST and Women Entrepreneurs shall possess 51 percent of the shareholding and controlling shares in non-individual firms.
  • Any bank or financial institution should not be in default with the borrower.

The Stand Up India Loan Scheme's Advantages and Features

  • Aside from primary security, the loan can be backed by collateral through a credit guarantee fund scheme for stand-up India loans, as determined by the bank.
  • This loan will be repaid over seven years, with a maximum moratorium term of 18 months.
  • A composite loan of 85 percent of the project cost, including term loan and working capital, will be issued under the scheme.
  • These bank loans will range from Rs ten lakh to Rs one crore.
  • In the case of a non-individual enterprise, at least 51 percent of the shareholding and controlling interest must be held by an SC/ST or female entrepreneur.

Documents that are required

  • Aadhar card
  • Caste certificate
  • Application loan form
  • Residence certificate
  • Age evidence
  • Passport size photograph
  • Contact number & mail id

To Login To The Portal, Follow These Steps

  • Just go to the Stand Up India loan scheme's official website.
  • Before you, the home page will appear.
  • You must click on the login button.
  • The options listed below will appear on your screen.
  • Another user - Applicant
  • You must select your preferred option by clicking on it.
  • Then you must enter your username and password.
  • You must click on the login button.
  • You can access the portal by following this approach.

The following are the different types of borrowers.

Ready borrower: If a borrower does not require any handholding assistance, he or she is referred to as a ready borrower. This borrower can begin the loan application procedure at the chosen bank. Following the application, the borrower will be given an application number, and details more about the borrower will have been shared with the bank LDM and the relevant NABARD and SIDBI link offices. Following that, a loan application will be created and tracked via the portal.


Trainee borrower: A borrower who requires handholding assistance is classified as a trainee borrower. NABARD and SIDBI will provide financial training, skilling, margin money mentorship, support utility, connection, and other services to the trainee borrower. Aside from that, the LDM will monitor the work process with SIDBI and NABARD local offices to fix difficulties and alleviate bottlenecks. The loan application will be generated through the site once the handholding requirements have been met and the LDM and trainee borrower have been satisfied.