December 9, 2014

APCBS Loan Status Portal - District Wise Loan Waiver Details in Andhra - December 2014

Here is a good news for the farmers of Andhra Pradesh. The Andhra Pradesh Government has announced the beneficiaries list of farm and gold loan waiver scheme. The debt relief scheme is an election promise of the AP Government. The details of loan, eligible relief, amount to be deposited in the bank in the first phase can be obtained from the official CCLA website at http://164.100.132.115/loanstatus OR http://apcbsportal.ap.gov.in/loanstatus. The loan status of farmers of all the districts are available on the website.

Here we are giving a simple procedure to get the details of loan status under Runa Maafi Scheme:

You should be using Internet Explorer (IE) browser to get the website work.
If you are not using IE, you can download the latest version from www.microsoft.com and install on your computer. There is no mention of district wise particulars. All you need is to follow the procedure given below:

1) Open http://164.100.132.115/loanstatus/ OR http://apcbsportal.ap.gov.in/loanstatus
2) The page with a heading Check Your Family Loan Status under the banner Debt Relief - Government of Andhra Pradesh will be displayed.
3) Now click on the proof you have submitted for the purpose of loan waiver scheme. You can use any of these... Ration Card / Aadhaar Card / Loan Account Number.
4) Enter the captcha characters in the empty box as shown in the figure.
5) Press Get and you will know the details of your loan status. The details include particulars of your loan eligibility, loan account details, eligible amount of waiver and the first phase amount for disbursement will be shown on the page.

In the first phase of the implementation of the scheme, the loans upto Rs. 50000 will be waived completely. If the loan amount is more than Rs. 50000, only 20 percent of the loan amount will be sent to the banks and this will be followed for the coming 4 years.

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