J&K Grameen Bank organises 13 village level progs

Representatives of J&K Grameen Bank during village level programmes.
Representatives of J&K Grameen Bank during village level programmes.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Mar 5: J&K Grameen Bank organized thirteen village level programmes among unbanked villages under Districts Kathua, Rajouri and Samba.
Financial Inclusion & Insurance Department under the chairmanship of Janak Raj Angural and in collaboration with NABARD organized thirteen village level programmes through branch offices Parnalla, Jakhbar, Mandli, Chadwal, Changran, Hatli, Palli More , Ramgarh, Kathua, Solki, Bajabain, Bhawani and Bagnoti under district Kathua, Rajouri and Samba.
With the culmination of these camps, J&K Grameen Bank concluded the annual project of conducting 300 Village Level Programmes in remote and unbanked villages covering every nook and corner of the state.
Devinder Kumar Sharma, Sarpanch village Parnalla was the chief guest on the occasion, who threw light on various social security schemes like APY, PMSBY, PMJJBY, etc. and the positive change these have brought in day to day lives of the people.
He stressed upon availing these schemes by those who have yet not enrolled under these schemes. He also highlighted the benefits of digital banking and cash less economy.
Jagat Singh, Branch Manager Parnalla, J&K Grameen Bank impressed upon people to make best use of available banking services in accordance with their need and requirement.
He also narrated various incidents of frauds including ATM frauds and the mechanism of such frauds so as to make the gathering well educated about such nefarious activities.
He encouraged the gathering to approach the Grameen Bank and avail hassle free and reasonable loans under various schemes like KCC, PMEGP, etc. for their overall growth and development.
Representatives of Line Departments like KVIB, Animal Husbandry, Agriculture, Education, NRLM also attended the programme.
Other Branch Heads at their respective locations spread the message of financial literacy and awareness among the population of remote villages.