Monday, August 8, 2022

Credit outreach programmes in three districts

Various banks organised “credit outreach programmes” in Mokokchung, Wokha and Noklak districts as part of the “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav”. The programme is an initiative of the ministry of Finance under which banks have been asked to reach out to every district in the country to endow loans to eligible borrowers.
Mokokchung: Deputy commissioner (DC) Mokokchung, Shashank Pratap Singh called upon the public to take advantage of the various schemes being provided by the banks and to invest it wisely, so as to attain a sustainable livelihood.
According to a DIPR report, the DC was speaking at a credit outreach programme on June 8 in the conference hall of the DC Mokokchung.
The DC said at present the state’s economy was mainly rural economy and many people, though having skills cannot put into practice due financial constraints. He urged upon the people to avail bank schemes and invest it wisely for a sustainable livelihood.
He also asked the beneficiaries to sensitize the various schemes being provided by the banks in the community, so that others could also avail the same.
SBI Mokokchung region, regional manager, Joy Chandra Chakma delivered the keynote address, lead district manager, LanutekaImchen distributed sanction letter/cheques to beneficiaries and gave a PowerPoint presentation on social security schemes, senior branch manager BOB, Mokokchung, D. F. Athu proposed the vote of thanks while the programme was chaired by assistant manager, SBI, RBO, Mokokchung, Nouluonou Naleo.
Wokha: Lead Bank of India, Wokha branch, sponsored by NABARD organised a credit outreach programme in Wokha on June 8 in the conference hall of the deputy commissioner (DC) Wokha.
According to a DIPR report, activities including distribution of sanction letters to beneficiaries of different credit schemes and enrolment of beneficiaries under Jansuraksha Schemes were carried out at the programme.
Highlighting the social security schemes of the centre, chief manager, SBI Wokha, Makuni Thaimei informed that individuals willing to avail loan/benefits could approach the bank branches or Customer Service Point (CSP) during working hours. At the programme, beneficiaries were given sanction loans through various banks, where around 45 beneficiaries were distributed with loan sanction letters.
General manager (DIC) Wokha, N. Patton highlighted various loans available under different schemes.
Meanwhile, CSP Wonchio Odyuo was felicitated for his valuable services in helping beneficiaries with preparation of formalities in availing loans and other services.
On behalf of the district administration, SDO (C), Selemla Sangtam gave the opening remark and later handed over the sanction letters to beneficiaries.
Earlier, welcome address was delivered by deputy manager, SBI Wokha branch, Zumro Ngullie while vote of thanks was proposed by branch manager, CBI Wokha, Sashiyanger.
Noklak: Lead bank manager and State Bank of India, Noklak branch organised a credit outreach camp in the conference hall of the deputy commissioner, Noklak on June 8.
According to a DIPR report, DC Noklak Hiazu Meru said many schemes were available for the benefit of the people.
In this regard, he encouraged the gathering to avail the benefits from the banks.
Meru also requested all who were taking loans from the banks to repay on time and get more benefits after the loan was recovered. Acknowledging Self Help Groups (SHGs) for being active in the district, DC also requested them to work on income generation with accountability.
Later, Hiazu Meru handed over the loans to beneficiaries of car loan, education loan, mudra loan (business loan), SHGs loan, street vendors loan and death insurance claims.
At the programme, customer associate SBI Noklak, WorreithingRuivah highlighted the schemes available at SBI and encouraged them to come forward.
The programme was chaired by LDM SBI Noklak, Dr. Mridul Kumar Bora and was attended by district administration, representatives from SHGs and beneficiaries.

The programme in progress at Noklak.
Officials and participants at the end of the programme.

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