Planned Social Concern is a successfully functioning not for profit organization in Rajasthan that provides the micro credit & related development services to the needy people. Incorporated in 2006 and PSC started field operations in august 2007. Presently PSC has 6 branches in Dudu, Phulera, Bhankrota, Manoharpur, Govindgarh, Shivdaspura and registered office in Jaipur.
India is a developing country and in improving the economic status of the country, the main cause of concern is poverty. Financial services are offered to the low income population by one of the most successfull self regulated micro finance organization i.e. PSC operating in India. It took the initiative to promote the development of women and support them in their vocational skills.
The small size loan is referred by the term Microcredit that is mostly used by the micro entrepreneurs and low income households. For the purpose of enterprise development and income generation, Microcredit is taken is used and within a short period of time, it is to be repaid.
Microcredit is therefore the innovative tool and PSC is providing micro credit to the poor people so as to help them in becoming self-employed. It has recognized that the financial and social aspects of the microfinance are deeply intertwined and rather than just profitability, we are working towards this duality. For reducing poverty, the tool that is considered as one of the most effective is microfinance.
In bridging the gap between the rural poor and formal financial institutions, significant role is played by microfinance and PSC India is serving to bridge this gap. At PSC India center, all operational and strategic decisions, customers are put so as to ensure the effectiveness of the complete procedure