Farmers Can Participate in a Financial Literacy Program Through CNH Industrial Capital India
A financial literacy programme has been started by CNH Industrial Capital India, the company’s financial services branch, to help farmers in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. 600 farmers will receive training from corporate specialists in areas like financial literacy, farm mechanization, biomass management, and state agricultural subsidies as part of the company’s CSR project. The sessions would be held in important farming areas including Sonbhadra and Hardoi in Uttar Pradesh, as well as the Haryana villages of Bhiwani, Mahendragarh, and Charkhi Dadri.
This specific programme, which was introduced on June 15 in the Charkhi Dadri area, will help farmers become familiar with the fundamentals of banking, digital payments, insurance, investments, fraud prevention, and financial planning in order to build sustainable practices.
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The last session of the programme will concentrate on finance plans for agricultural equipment, crop residue management, and regional subsidies provided by the state government.
CNH Industrial Capital India’s managing director, Vishal Chaudhury, stated: “Educating Indian farmers on new policies, technologies, and government programmes will help them reduce their financial load and expand more quickly. We are confident that by the end of the programme, the farmers will be able to better manage their finances and produce in a more sustainable way. This initiative will increase awareness among the farming community about the resources that are available to further elevate their productivity.