Dimapur district banks consultative committee (DCC/DLRC/DLSE) held its quarter end meeting at DC’s conference hall on February 22.
According to an official bulletin, agendas including performance of banks under Annual Credit Plan 2010-11; performance of banks under government sponsored schemes; various credit cards (KCC/ACC) schemes; review of financial inclusion by extension of banking services; no-frill account opening; providing banking services in every village having population over 2000; recovery position under government sponsored schemes; and establishment of RSETI in Dimapur were deliberated at the meeting.
Addressing the meeting, deputy commissioner (DC) Dimapur, Maongwati Aier, who is also the chairman of DLRC, asserted that performances of banks in Dimapur were better than other districts in the state.
He stated that district administration would fully support and assist financial Institutions (banks) operating in the district for recovery of loans from borrowers/defaulters, and added the committee would organize public awareness programme on loan recovery.
He urged bankers to play vital roles to felicitate various government schemes to rural people for uplifting their economic status.
The DC also appreciated newly established financial institutions in the district and assured the committee’s cooperation, while urging them to provide better service to the common people.
He further encouraged banks, which were lacking behind in terms of public service, to enhance their performances.
A total of 36 national and state bank branches currently operate in Dimapur district.