This business, which is earning in lockdown also, gives 2.5 lakh help to start the business

PMBJY / How to Open Janaushadhi Center: While most of the businesses are getting destroyed in the lockdown due to the corona epidemic, people are getting a big help in running daily bread through Jan Aushadhi Kendras. Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Yojana (PMBJY) is a cheap medicines scheme of the central government. Under this, the aim is to open cheap shops in every district across the country. The special thing about the scheme is that the government also provides assistance of 2.5 lakh rupees to start it, which removes the entire cost of starting the business.

At the same time, the government is also ensuring income through these centers. If you are also looking for a better business from home after lockdown then you can take help of this government scheme.

52 million sales in April The Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers said in a statement that there are about 6,300 public health centers in the country right now. Even after the problems related to procurement and logistics due to lockdown, Janaushadhi centers have sold Rs 52 crore in April. These centers had sold 42 crore rupees in March 2020. Janushadhi centers are accepting medicines orders from patients through WhatsApp and email, so that they can easily buy medicines.

Who can open Jan Aushadhi Center 1. In the first category, any person, unemployed pharmacist, doctor, registered medical practitioner can open a center. 2. In the second category, Janushadhi centers can be opened to trusts, NGOs, private hospitals, societies and self-help groups. 3. The agencies nominated by the state governments in the third category can open centers.

What are the necessary conditions For this, the license of retail drug sales should be in the name of Jan Aushadhi Kendra. At the same time, you must have a shop in 120 sqft area.

How does the government help The government provides assistance of up to Rs. 2.5 lakhs on opening of Jan Aushadhi Center. In addition to a 20 percent margin on selling drugs from Jan Aushadhi Kendra, a separate 15 percent incentive is being given on sales every month. A 20 percent margin means that if you sell 50 thousand in a month, then you will get an income of 10 thousand rupees that month. Apart from this, 15 percent incentive will be given on monthly sales, which will be 7.5 thousand. The maximum limit of incentive will be 10 thousand rupees per month. Incentive will be available till Rs 2.5 lakh is completed.

The maximum limit of incentive is Rs 15 thousand per month in Naxalite affected and North East states.

Where to apply You can download the form by going to to start Janaushadhi. The application has to be sent in the name of General Manager (A&F) of Bureau of Forma Public Sector Undertaking of India (BPPI).

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