Appreciating the present Board of Administrators headed by 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.
Addressing the gathering, he also assured that within next two months, State Government is expected to release the recapitalisation package of Jammu Central Cooperative Bank along with two more District Central Cooperative Banks in J&K.
The Minister 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. (UNI)