NEW DELHI: The Annual Credit Plan (ACP) for the UT has been fixed at `1,835.55 crore for the financial year 2014-2015 at the State-level bankers meeting held on Thursday.
The ACP released is 6.86 per cent higher than previous years `1,717.73 crore and would benefit 2.56 lakh beneficiaries. The total outlay of `1,835.55 crore represents an increase of `117.82 crore over the previous year plan.
In the ACP, 42 per cent of the total outlay amounting to `767 crore is earmarked to agriculture sector, the share of non-farm sector is 18 per cent with `331.05 crore outlay and that of services sector is 40 per cent with `738 crore outlay.
Necessary allocation has also been made to support the beneficiaries under various government sponsored programmes.
The annual financial services plan for 2014 -2015 for 67 financial inclusion villages was also launched at the State-level bankers meeting.
The plan envisages opening of 22,400 Savings Bank accounts and credit facilities to the tune of `35.07 crore to 1,147 beneficieries. Insurance and Micro Pension Schemes are also to be provided in these villages.