The Prochesta Procolpo Project is a project of the Government of West Bengal. The Prochesta Procolpo project provides financial assistance to people living in West Bengal at the time the corona was locked. Under the Prochesta Procolpo project, the government, led by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, will provide financial assistance of Rs 1,000 crore to people working in the informal sector.
Launch of the Prochesta Procolpo Project
Mamata Banerjee, the current Chief Minister of West Bengal, initiated the Prochesta Procolpo project. The scheme is similar to other support schemes launched by various state governments during the Govt-19 lockout across India.
The Prochesta Procolpo project was launched on 24 March 2021.
Benefit of the Prochesta Prokolpo program
Under the Prochest Prakalpa scheme, non-aided workers in West Bengal will receive Rs. This program promises to pay those who apply for the Prochesta program.
Sixty lakh workers will benefit from the Prochest Prakalpa scheme.
Terms of Prochesta Prokolpo
There are a number of conditions that must be followed before applying for the Prochesta Procolpo program.
- Applicant should be a resident of West Bengal.
- Applicant must have proof of address and identity card.
- Applicant must be an unaided worker in Bengal.
- The applicant must work in an unorganized field.
Prochesta Prokolpo Application Process
Those who want to avail the benefits of the Prochest Prakalpa scheme should apply online at wb.gov.in. There is a registration process for the Prochesta Prokolpo project. The Government of West Bengal will compile a list of persons eligible for the Prochest program. Then, the list of beneficiaries will be checked. All beneficiaries of the Prochest plan will receive the money in their bank account.
Registration for the Prochesta Prokolpo project begins on 15 April 2021, according to the latest update.