JK Bank holds awareness camps, concludes training Programme PDF Print E-mail
Written by JPNN   
Thursday, 22 January 2015 13:03

 altJehlum Post New|Srinagar| Jan 13, 2015| Disseminating the information about Prime Minister’s Jan Dhan Yojna (PMJDY) in Baramulla J&K Bank Tuesday conducted various financial literacy camps in blocks Kunzer, Wagoora and Singhpora in Baramulla. Financial Literacy and Credit Counseling Centre Baramulla organized a financial literacy camp regarding Prime Ministers Jhan Dhan Yojna and other schemes of the Bank in collaboration with J&K Bank Business Unit Sonium at Government Boys High School Village

Yaal in Block Kunzer. The camp was attended by the inhabitants of Yaal comprising of farmers, teachers, students and other craftsmen. Speaking at the camp, Facilitator FLCC Baramulla Mohammad Sultan Dar informed the audience about financial planning, budgeting, advantages of savings with banks, concept of Business Correspondents, khidmat centres, difference between formal and informal sources of borrowing, different type of borrowings. He also deliberated upon Kissan Credit Card Scheme, Education loan scheme and various income generating loan products of banks for awareness of the audience. He stressed upon the proper end use of funds by establishment of units and repayment of regular installments. The facilitator apprised the particpants in detail about the Prime Ministers Jhan Dhan Yojna for comprehensive coverage of all the financially excluded households in the country by a six pillar approach in two phases. Since the overdraft facility is preferably to be allowed to the females the facilitator urged upon the audience to open two accounts both for male and female heads of the family as per the scheme. He also spoke about Electronic Benefit Funds Transfer (RTGS & NEFT). Javaid Ahmad Pandith Business correspondent for the village was also introduced on the occasion. Certain clarifications were sought by the audience regarding Jhan Dhan Yojna and various products of bank which were duly addressed by the speakers on spot. The camp ended with a vote of thanks. After the literacy camp the branch staff along with business correspondent started village survey and opening of accounts under Prime Ministers Jhan Dhan Yojna. Similar camps were organized in villages Wagoora in block Wagoora, Chhana mohalla and Baliharan in block Singhpora. RSETI Poonch Meanwhile, J&K Bank RSETI Poonch concluded 30-days training programme on "Plumbing & Sanitory Fitting" and "General EDP" in which 53 unemployed candidates from various villages of district Poonch were imparted training. Zonal Head Jammu (West) Nazir Ahmad Teli was the Chief Guest on the occasion. During his interaction with the trainees, he felt impressed by their learning skills during the skill development programme. He advised the trainees to be honest and dedicated to their Profession. He explained to them in detail about the benefits for adopting self-employment in the present economic scenario and assured them full support from the Bank. He also instructed Heads of business units of District Poonch to keep deputing candidates of sponsored schemes for such training programmes to RSETI, Poonch. Cluster Head Poonch, Ghulam Jeelani Dar, Lead District Manager Mohd Shafi Ayaz, Facilitator FLCC Kuldeep Sharma, Heads B/U Poonch (Main) S K Gupta, and S K Bridge R Puri were also present in the function. In his concluding remarks Director RSETI Ayub Ahmad Khuroo assured all the participants for providing handhold support for establishment of their income generating units and thanked Zonal Head Jammu (West) for accepting the invitation and encouraging the trainees. Zonal Head Nazir Ahmad Teli distributed certificates of participation among the trainees who felt enthusiastic and expressed their satisfaction.

Share this post

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 January 2015 13:22


Slides of The Week



President Pranab Mukherjee confers the Padma Vibhushan to Amitabh Bachchan, left, during a civil investiture ceremony at the Rashtrapati Bhawan, in New Delhi on 8-4-15. - AP Photo/ Manish Swarup
US President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama fold their hands in Namaste gesture before their departure from Air Force Station Palam in New Delhi on 27-1-15. - PTI Photo/ Manvender Vashist
British Prime Minister David Cameron with US actress Angelina Jolie, Special Envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, on the doorstep of Cameron's official residence at 10 Downing Street following their meeting in central London on June 11-6  - 2014:-AP/PTI





Cartoon of The Week

JA slide show


Quote of the Week

To be trusted is a greater compliment than being loved.
George MacDonald

Share this post

Last Updated on Friday, 12 June 2015 09:50

JP Social Widgets

Tours & Travels Partner

Live Healthy!

  • 03.06.15 Health >> Health News

    The controversy around Nestle's Maggi noodles has caused panic throughout the nation and it doesn't look like it will die down any time soon.

    After the initial test results by Uttar Pradesh Department of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) showed harmful levels of monosodium glutamate (MSG) and lead in Maggi, various states across India and even Bangladesh conducted tests on Maggi to find out whether the food product is safe or not.

    The controversy around Maggi has led to tests being conducted across the country.

    The entire controversy began when the UP FDA last month asked Nestle India to withdraw a batch of Maggi noodles "which were manufactured in February 2014" after it found high levels of added MSG, a taste enhancer, in the noodles and lead beyond permissible limits.


    Share this post

  • 16.03.15 Health >> Health News


    altJPNN|Pakistani authorities have arrested hundreds of parents

    Share this post

  • 15.02.15 Health >> Health News

    altJPNN|Washington|Snacking on almonds instead of carbs could reduce belly fat and lower the risk of heart disease, a new study has claimed.

    Share this post

  • 09.02.15 Health >> Health News

    altJPNN|Scientists have found a “reset button” for our biological clock, paving the way for more

    Share this post


Published From

J B. Plaza, Residency Road,
Srinagar Kashmir - 190001. (India) Phone: Office + 91 0194 2459303

Email:- editorjehlumpost@gmail.com

Legal Advisor:- Shabnam Gani Lone
(Advocate) Supreme Court of India 




Kashmir Travel Portal

Kashmir Hotels

Hotels in Kashmir - Book Now!