August 2018

Want To Start A New Business – deAsra Guide 2018

August 28th , 2018
Category: Blog Post

Often the dilemma faced by many individuals is whether to opt for a job or business? which is better of the two? Also, many have an idea that they wish to work upon and thus start a business. So, the next question that riddles many,  after deciding to work on their idea, is how to turn it into a business? Are you Read More…

How To Apply For Mudra Loan?

August 14th , 2018

Are you planning to set up a business and are looking for funds? Are you a business person with limited capital but wish to expand your business in future? Is your small business lacking strong financial support and monetary backup? Then, MUDRA yojana might be something that could interest your business goals and might help your small business reach successful Read More…

deAsra Guide For Stand-Up India Loan Scheme

August 10th , 2018

The aim of the Stand-Up India scheme is to ensure that every bank branch provides business loans to at least one woman entrepreneur and at least one Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe entrepreneur. The loan amount can vary from INR 10 lakhs to INR 1 crore and it is provided for new businesses. Traditionally, banks are wary of providing business loans to Read More…

What Is The Eligibility Criteria For Mudra Loan?

August 8th , 2018

Small businesses are the backbone of our economy. They are easy to start, require less capital, and can still create new jobs and empower more people. The government has launched many schemes to help small businesses by providing them with much-required funding. The Pradhan Mantri MUDRA Yojana was set up by the government through Micro Units Development and Refinance Agency Read More…

Apply for your Stand-Up India Loan With deAsra’s Application Form-Filling Services

August 3rd , 2018

The Stand-Up India scheme was launched in the year 2015 by the Prime Minister. The main aim behind this scheme was to encourage banks to give more loans to women, Scheduled Caste (SC), and Scheduled Tribe (ST) entrepreneurs. The reason why these communities have been targeted in this scheme is that these sections of the society are under-represented in the Read More…