Anisha Kerketta is a newly wed house wife and part of a joint family; she has six family members in her house. Her husband and father-in-law used to work in the field and their main source of income was cultivation and cattle farming.
She decided to run a suitable business in her house in order to look after her family properly. Mazharul suggested that she apply for a poultry shed, which is more suitable for her and she can use this shed for multipurpose farming. As per rules she has to attend “Gramsabha” and add her name in the village register, thereafter, she is supposed to meet with “Rojgaar Sewak” for Coding procedure and submit [a] UID Card, [b] Job card, [c] Land receipt and [d] Bank Passbook for further process in the related department.
There are two ways to build the house; either the beneficiary can build it themselves in which case they will get Rs 62000/- in two installments after the mid structure verification rule. The other option is to go with the Block Vendor who would build the structure and in this case he will keep all the sanctioned amount and handover the complete structure for poultry shed. Anisha Kerketta has experience of running poultry farming from childhood and now she decided to help her husband and family members for a better living.
Mazharul Islam is the SoochnaPreneur from Itki, Jharkhand and these are the stories of a few beneficiaries that he has served.