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Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana

Project by:
Shailesh Yadav
Vijay Kulange
Asst Secretaries, Dept of Financial Services

PMMY - Features
• Loans for non-farm sector income generating activities
 Shishu- upto Rs. 50,000/-
 Kishore- above 50,000/- and upto Rs.5 lakh
 Tarun- above Rs.5 lakh and upto Rs.10 lakh

• Interest rate not beyond 12% per annum

• Simplified application form , No collateral

• Working capital accessed through MUDRA RuPay card

• No processing fee & margin money on Shishu loans

Field Study: Observations – AP and Odisha

• Loans mostly to existing entrepreneurs

• Field verification by banks in all cases
• Most borrowers- first time bank loan, term loans
• Average no. of visits to the branches: 3-5
• Record of rejected cases not available with the banks
• Little convergence with Skill Development Schemes
• Borrowers prefer flexible repayment options

Learnings from Global Best Practices
• Grameen (Bangladesh), BancoSol (Bolivia), UnitDesa
(Indonesia), Mibanco (Peru), Equity bank (Kenya)

Incremental Model: Start with very small test loans

Diversified Services: Savings, Loans, micro insurance
Handholding: Business skills, utilisation monitoring
Use Savings account history for credit worthiness
Emphasis on business profitability & experience

Problems Identified
• Borrowers:
Access, Timeliness, Flexibility

• Banks/Financial Institutions:
Ensuring repayment of loans (loan quality)
High cost of disbursing & recovering small loans

• Government:
Over-indebtedness & unethical practices
Alignment with Skill Development Programmes
PMMY loans being perceived as doles/hand-outs
e-mudra : Smart Technological platform
• To be owned & operated by MUDRA
• Will receive, store, analyse & disburse all data on lenders,
borrowers & repayments
• Using NUUP (National Unified Ussd Platform) : the existing
multilingual mobile banking platform of NPCI (National
Payment Corporation of India) *99# , works offline also
• MIS: information down to the level of individual borrower

e-mudra : Smart Technological platform

• Creates credit history for each individual over time using:

– Unique Id (ADHAAR no. when permitted/others)
– All transactions through e-mudra platform
– Mobile /DTH recharge history, Electricity bill history
– National Skill database
• Enables flexi repayments using mobile prepaid vouchers
• Recommends larger & easier loans for prompt re-payers

PMMY with e-mudra: Process Flow

• Dials *99# /App & chooses PMMY option

• Enters Unique ID/ADHAAR no. ,Amount applied
Borrower for, Consent to share data with the platform

• Analysis of user data: eKYC, Other database

• Requisition to bank branch with Analysis report
e-mudra • sms to borrower: application receipt,
sanction/rejection, repayment reminders

PMMY with e-mudra: Process Flow

• Field verification & sanction/reject within 07 days

• Uploads all data on e-mudra
• Credits amount into borrowers account, issues
Bank RuPay card

• Uses the disbursed amount as per his/her need

• Daily/flexible repayment option using mobile
Borrower recharge coupons in addition to traditional methods

Supplementary measures
• Financial Literacy Campaign:
– Mobile banking, Savings, Types of loan, Project
• Campus loan programs: self-employment
• Handholding
• Market linkage: e-commerce
• Monitoring loan utilisation: Bank Mitras
• Success stories, Recognition & Rewards

Looking Ahead: the future
• Maturing of Small Business Finance Ecosystem
• Integration of Small Banks, Payment Banks
• Integration of private borrowers, last-mile financiers:
regulated P2P (person to person) lending
• Competition among lenders, choice for borrowers

Banks/FIs Multiple
offers with Borrower
Last-mile financiers e-mudra different chooses
terms & one
Individuals conditions

Thank you
“The key to ending extreme poverty is to enable the
poorest of the poor to get their foot on the ladder of
development . . . the poorest of the poor are stuck
beneath it. They lack the minimum amount of capital
necessary to get a foothold, and therefore need a
boost up to the first rung.”
- Jeffrey Sachs