journals, Articles, reports of RBI, reports of NABARD and online resources. C Rangarajan, Report of the committee on Financial Inclusion, ,1- [3]. 18 Nov Home · Special Report · Financial Inclusion. C Rangarajan: The Two Pillars of Financial Inclusion. Banks are in the best position to lead. Rangarajan () defines financial inclusion as “the process of ensuring access of RBI and also taken from various committee reports on financial inclusion.

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Many of the groups are organising themselves into federations and other higher level structures. Development and Technology Funds. A biosimilar shot in the arm. The Committee feels that the task of financial inclusion must be taken up in a mission mode as a financial inclusion plan at the national level. Access to finance by the poor and vulnerable groups is a prerequisite for poverty reduction and social cohesion.

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Surely, there are some problems relating to the BC model. Thus, apart from the fact that exclusion in general is large, it also varies widely across regions, social groups and asset holdings.

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One is about who should bear the additional costs of introducing such a new tier of operation. Thank you for your comment, we value your opinion and the time you took to write to us!

To sustain and accelerate the growth momentum, we have to ensure increased participation of the economically weak segments of population in the process of economic growth.


Access to safe, easy and affordable credit and other financial services by the poor and vulnerable groupsdisadvantaged areas and lagging sectors is recognized as a precondition for accelerating growth and reducing income disparities and poverty.

Handling Cost through Funds: November 7, Author: You are commenting using your Twitter account. The Committee concurs with the committef that offering micro credit without micro-insurance is self-defeating.

Rangarajan Committee (), Report of the Committee on Financial Inclusion, Government of India.

The Rangarajan Committee recommended the linking of micro credit with micro-insurance, which is the key element in the financial services package for people at the bottom of the pyramid. The implementation of the Revival Package would result in the emergence of strong and robust cooperatives with conducive legal and institutional environment for it to prosper. Federations of SHGs at village tangarajan taluk levels have certain advantages.

There are a large number of SHGs in the country which are well established in their savings and credit operations. SHG-bank linkage has emerged as an effective credit delivery channel to the poor clients.

Rangarajan Committee Report on Financial Inclusion – General Knowledge Today

A mentor to his sons-in-law. The Committee feels that MFIs registered under Section 25 of Companies Act, can be brought under the purview of this Bill while cooperative societies can be taken out of the purview of the proposed Bill. Through graduated credit, the attempt must be to lift the poor from one level to another so that they come out of poverty.

There are a large number of SHGs in the country which are well established in their savings and credit operations. Out of the total Based on the encouraging response from the project, a scheme for financing JLGs of tenant farmers and oral lessees has also been evolved.


Rangarajan Committee Report on Financial Inclusion

There are multiple institutions involved in financial inclusion. Can we achieve that?

There are no clear estimates of the number of people in urban areas with no access to organized financial services. The nationalisation of major commercial banks in was an important landmark in the history of financial inclusion. However, the health of a very large proportion of these rural credit cooperatives has deteriorated significantly.

A target group is considered as financially excluded if they do not have access to mainstream formal financial services such as banking accounts, credit cards, insurance, payment services, etc.

These include not only banking products but also other financial services such as insurance and equity products. NGOs, being local initiators with their low resources, are finding it difficult to expand in other areas and regions. The members of such groups want to expand and diversify their activities with a view to attain economies of scale. This site uses cookies.