JAMMU: Minister for Cooperatives and Ladakh Affairs Chering Dorjay Tuesday launched the official website of Jammu Central Cooperative Bank (JCCB) Ltd and inaugurated the revamped training centre of the Bank at its Parade branch.
Appreciating the present Board of Administrators headed by the chairperson Anuradha Gupta who is also Additional District Development Commissioner, Jammu for taking several innovative steps in the bank in a short period of three months, he pointed out that the results of the efforts made by the bank are visible with recovery of NPAs worth Rs 1.10 crores.
While addressing the gathering, he also assured that within next two months, State Government is expected to release the recapitalization package of Jammu Central Cooperative Bank along with two more District Central Cooperative Banks in JK.
The Minister for Cooperatives stressed that the revamped training centre will cater to the need for effective and regular training of the Bank officials which is essential for bringing professionalism in their working. He also launched the bank’s official website and stressed for bringing the Bank on the CBS (Core Banking Solution) platform soon.
Earlier, Chairperson of JCC Bank informed that the priority of the Board of Administrators is the implementation of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which included NPA management, bringing the bank on CBS platform in shortest possible time and cadre management through effective HRD policies.
She gave credit of NPA recovery of Rs 1.10 crores to the bank employees and informed that the training centre has been reincarnated as Human Resource Development Centre where regular training programmes will be conducted to rejuvenate the skills of bank staff with lectures by the officers and experts of NABARD, RBI, State government and other organizations.
The welcome address was delivered by Dr Ranjeet Kotwal, Member Board of Administrator who listed financial parameters of the bank and highlighted achievements of the bank in last three months.
On this occasion, the Minister felicitated Sanjay Gupta, District Informatics Officer (DIO), Jammu, who created the bank’s website www.jammuccb.com as a goodwill gesture. The website of the Bank contains many impressive features including the provision for registering complaints and suggestions from customers which will help the Bank in improving its functioning. It also contains district wise lists of member PACS (Primary Agricultural Credit Cooperative Societies)
Among others who were present during the function included Additional Registrar, Cooperatives Sh. Tanveer Malik, Regional Director, Survey and Land Records, Rifat Kohli, Additional Deputy Commissioners , Kanta Rakwal and Arun Manhas, District Informatics Officer, NIC, Sanjay Gupta, resource persons from NABARD and senior functionaries of Cooperatives department and JCC Bank.