PM SVAnidhi is a centrally sponsored scheme to help whom?

PM SVANidhi - PM Street Vendors AtmaNirbhar Nidhi
Hello Friends, here are the answers to today’s Amazon Quiz 27 July 2020.

PM SVAnidhi – A Centrally Sponsored Scheme

Question 1: PM SVAnidhi is a centrally sponsored scheme to help whom?
Answer:-Street Vendors

Question 2: Sri Lanka recently reported to have eradicated Rubella and which other disease?

Question 3: Which of these days has been observed on July 11 every year since 1989?
Answer:-World Population Day

Question 4: Who was the Man of the Match for a 9 wicket match haul in the first Test match between England and West Indies, recently held at Southampton?
Answer:- Shannon Gabriel

Question 5: The Jenner Institute at the Oxford University is a famous institute that specializes in research of what?
Answer:- Vaccines

PM SVAnidhi is a centrally sponsored scheme to help whom? – Street Vendors

PM SVAnidhi full form is “Pradhan Mantri Street Vendors AtmaNirbhar Nidhi“. This PM SVANidhi Yojana (PM सवानिधि योजना) comes under the Aatm Nirbhar Bharat Scheme. This is scheme was launched after the Union Cabinet meeting on 1 June 2020, for the benefit of all the street vendors. PM SVANidhi scheme empowers all the Street Vendors to apply for the Rs. 10000 loan. This scheme is also known as the PM Street Vendors Atmanirbhar Nidhi.

“Very happy to announce the launch of PM SVANidhi, a special micro-credit facility scheme to enable more than 50 lakh urban/peri-urban & rural street vendors who were vending on or before 24th March 2020 to restart their livelihoods affected due to the lockdown.”

Hardeep Singh Puri – Minister of Civil Aviation of India

Read more about PM SVANidhi and its benefits on the official website.

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