Jan Samarth Portal: Learn what Jan Samarth Portal is, how it can be useful for you

Prime Minister Modi will also inaugurate a digital exhibition on the occasion, which reflects the visit of the two ministries over the last eight years.
Jan Samarth Portal: Learn what Jan Samarth Portal is, how it can be useful for you
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Jan Smith Portal. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will today, June 6, inaugurate the ‘Iconic Week Celebrations’ of the Ministry of Finance and Corporate Affairs at Vigyan Bhawan, and launch the national portal for credit-linked government schemes, Jan Samarth Dwar. We would like to inform you that Iconic Week Celebrations are being celebrated from June 6 to June 11 as part of the ‘Amrit Mahotsav of Freedom’ (AKAM).

What is John Smith Portal?

The Jan Smith Portal is a one-stop digital portal that integrates government credit schemes. It is the first platform of its kind in the country, connecting the beneficiaries directly with the lenders. The main objective of the Jan Samarth Portal is to encourage the comprehensive growth and development of various sectors by guiding and benefiting the right kind of government schemes through a very simple digital process. It has been reported by the Prime Minister’s Office that the Jan Samarth portal provides guaranteed coverage till the end of all schemes.

PM Modi will issue a special series of coins.

Prime Minister Modi will also inaugurate a digital exhibition on the occasion which will tell about the journey of the two ministries over the last 8 years. PM Modi will also issue special series of Rs 1, Rs 2, Rs 5, Rs 10 and Rs 20 coins on the occasion. This special series of coins will have the theme of the ‘Amrit Mahotsav of Freedom’ (AKAM) logo and will be easily recognizable to the visually impaired. Let me tell you that this event will be held simultaneously in 75 locations across the country and each location will be connected to the central location through virtual mode.


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