Project Report For Mukhyamantri Rojgar
Srijan Yojana Jharkhand


The Mukhyamantri Rojgar Srijan Yojana is a job creation programme in the Indian state of Jharkhand. It seeks to create new job opportunities while also assisting small businesses and individuals with financial assistance. The programme also includes initiatives for training and capacity building.

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Mukhyamantri Rojgar Srijan Yojana Jharkhand

Jharkhand’s government recently launched the Chief Minister Employment Generation Scheme. The Government of Jharkhand will provide financial assistance to its people under this scheme. Unemployed state youth can apply for loans without a guarantee under this scheme in order to start a business. A loan of up to Rs 25 lakh has been made available to promote entrepreneurial skills among the state’s youth in rural and urban areas.


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Benefits Of Mukhyamantri Rojgar
Srijan Yojana Jharkhand


  • Unemployed youth from urban and rural areas (Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Divyaang, and Backward Classes) can apply for low-interest loans to start their own businesses under the scheme. (Applicable to MSMEs)
  • Under this scheme, a loan of 50,000 rupees can be obtained with no guarantee.
  • During the plan, a loan of up to Rs 25 lakh is available. In addition, he or she will receive a loan subsidy of up to 40%.
  • The grant amount cannot exceed 5 lakh.

Documents Of Mukhyamantri Rojgar
Srijan Yojana Jharkhand

  • The Aadhar card
  • Ration book
  • Project report/Business Plan Proof of age
  • The applicant’s caste certificate
  • Photograph in passport size
  • Mobile phone number, income, address, and bank account information
  • Address confirmation (Electricity Bill, etc.)
  • All other legal documents.

Objective of Mukhyamantri Rojgar
Srijan Yojana Jharkhand


To provide all necessary assistance and support to first-generation business owners starting Micro Enterprises, including teaching them how to develop new ideas, plan ahead, and write project proposals, as well as assisting them in obtaining loans or financial aid through various loan programmes from Nationalized/Commercial banks and Regional Rural Banks, so they can go into business for themselves and create new job opportunities. The goal would be distributed based on factors such as population, unemployment, resource availability, upcoming technology, and district backwardness.