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Monday, 19 August 2019 | PNS

Allahabad Bank holds branch level consultation

Dehradun: The Allahabad Bank successfully conducted two day branch level consultation and ideation towards aligning the business to the bank and the national level mission mode projects through peer review covering all branches on pan India basis. General managers and deputy general managers of the bank were designated as mentors for conducting and supervising the bottom-up consultative process in every zone on August 17 and 18. Dehradun zone organised branch level consultation programme under the guidance of deputy general manager (CGMO, New Delhi) PK Sinha and zonal head Ashish Tewari in which heads of all the 42 branches participated. Review of performance of the branches during the last five years, synchronisation of business with area-specific issues, growth potential and other issues were also part of the deliberations.

CBI holds two-day consultation

Dehradun: As per the guidelines issued by Ministry Of Finance, the Central Bank of India, Dehradun undertook two-day consultation as part of bottom-up consultation and ideation process. The consultative process emerged as a lively session as various branch managers from different locations of Uttrakhand brainstormed to evolve different strategies keeping in view local conditions and national priorities. They worked out various methods to enhance use of technology to make banking customer centric and responsive to achieve financial inclusion. Regional manager Kaveri Gulati and chief manager Rajat Bajaj stressed that necessary efforts will lead to expected growth and contribute significantly towards developing India as envisaged by the Prime Minister in his 73rd Independence Day speech.

IOB initiates consultative process

Dehradun: As per the instructions issued by Department of Financial Services, the first stage of the bottom-up consultative process designed to generate ideas and review performance of the branches and their alignment with the national priorities, was conducted at the regional level on August 17-18 by Indian Overseas Bank, Dehradun region, involving all the branches within the region. The meet focused on the ways and means to increase the credit to various sectors of the economy, enhanced use of technology to bring about innovation and enable big data analytics, and make banking citizen-centric as well as more responsive to the needs and aspirations of Senior citizens, farmers, small industries, entrepreneurs, youth, students and women.

Two-Day national seminar held at UTU

Dehradun: State minister for Higher Education, Dhan Singh Rawat inaugurated a two-day national seminar on skill development of youth at the Uttarakhand Technical University. Addressing the gathering, the minister appreciated the host institution for holding the two-day national meet on skill development. He pointed out that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi had also laid considerable stress on skill development. This is why he formed a separate ministry for this purpose on being elected the prime minister in 2014. The youth are the backbone of any nation or state, he said, while stressing on the need for consistent efforts to achieve the desired level of development. UTU vice chancellor Narendra S Chaudhry also expressed his views on the occasion.

Punjab & Sind Bank holds review meet

Dehradun:The Punjab and Sind Bank held a meeting to generate ideas and review performance of the branches and their alignment with the national priorities. The managers were asked to speak about their performance. The development of the banking industry and action plan for the future were also discussed. The main focus of the meeting was on increasing credit, maximising the use of technology and making banking conducive to senior citizens, farmers, students and women. The bank officials attending the meeting were also asked to ensure their participation in efforts aimed at further improving performance.

Parashar Advertising opens new office

Dehradun: Superintendent of police (City) Shweta Choubey and Garhwal Post editor Satish Sharma jointly inaugurated the new office of Parashar Advertising here on the weekend. Former cabinet minister Dinesh Agarwal and Mahanagar Congress head Lalchand Sharma were also present as special guests on the occasion. The enterprise’s chairperson Ranjana Sharma welcomed the invited guests.

Two-day meet held in BoB

Dehradun: The Bank of Baroda organised a two-day consultative meet here. As part of the meet, the performance of 62 branches in this zone during the past five years was reviewed. In addition to review of the performance of the branches, the issues related to the banking sector and future plan of action were also deliberated upon. Aspects including search for available means to raise credit, innovative solutions to enhance technology and strengthen data evaluation, making banking citizen-centric and other issues were discussed in the meeting.

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