February 22, 2012 admin

Kangra Central Cooperative Bank goes Core Banking Solution CM inaugurates Administrative Block of the Bank

SHIMLA 22nd February 2012  : Kangra Central Cooperative Bank had registered an increase in its deposits and advances by record 43 percent during past four years. This was stated by Prof. Prem Kumar Dhumal, Chief Minister, while inaugurating Core Banking Solution Project and Administrative Block of the Kangra Central Cooperative Bank at Dharamshala today.  Administrative Block had been constructed at a cost of Rs. 2.27 crore while Core Banking Solution Project completed at a cost of Rs. 38 crore.
Chief Minister was presented a draft of Rs. 5.00 lakh by Shri R.S. Mankotia, Chairman and Shri Bhagwan Dass, Vice Chairman, KCCB, while Himachal Institute of Engineering Technology, Shahpur, also presented a draft of 31,000 as contribution towards the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.  Chief Minister was also presented another draft of Rs. 35.77 lacs to purchase five modern fire tenders to provide people of district Kangra quality fire services.  Additionally draft of Rs. 2.5 lakh was presented by Shri Mahesh Tomar, Director Tean Computer Company, Rs. 1.00 lakh by Shri Rajiv Tata Consultancy Services and Rs. 51,000 by Shri Jyotin Sharma Director Digitec Company, as contribution towards CM Relief Fund.  Chief Minister thanked the donors for their generosity and appealed to the people to come forward with their generous donations towards the CM Relief Fund.  He said that over Rs. 14 crore had been disbursed to poor and deserving people from the Fund during past four years.
Prof. Dhumal laid emphasis over the solar passive and lighting building which would not only save energy but also create a well desired natural environment.  He said that the State Government had also advised its infrastructure creation bodies to incorporate such provisions in the construction activities being undertaken by them.  He also thanked Bank for providing funds to purchase five modern fire tenders to strengthen fire services network in the State.
Chief Minister congratulated the Management of the Bank for modernizing its services and creating quality infrastructure to help bring efficiency in the delivery of services to the customers.  He said that a new chapter had been added to the golden history of the bank with the addition of modern tools of information technology to facilitate services to its customers. He also congratulated the Management for linking its banking services with the Reserve Bank of India.  He said that previous Government was habitual of opening institutions without obtaining requisite permission from the competent authorities as had been done in the case of Dr. RPG Medical College, Tanda, Dental College, Shimla where no permission was obtained.  He lauded the decision of the Bank to carry all promotions of different ranks and files during past four years.
Shri R.S.Mankotia, Chairman of the Bank, thanked Chief Minister for dedicating the newly constructed Administrative Block to the customers of the Bank and introducing Core Banking Solutions to deliver its customers modern banking services.  He detailed different activities of the bank saying that total deposits with the Bank had risen to  Rs. 5,012 crore with customers crossing figure of 15 lacs.  He said that small and marginal farmers besides Self Help Groups were also being financed.  He said that more ATMs were being installed to provide any time service facility to the customers.  He said that fifteen branches had been proposed to be opened in different areas to facilitate banking services to the women, youth and small farmers to help them opt for self employment ventures.  He said that efforts would be made to link all farmers with the bank and motivate them save something.
Shri Sandeep Kumar, Managing Director, KCCB, welcomed the Chief Minister and other dignitaries to the inaugural ceremony and said that the Bank was serving its customers in five of the twelve districts of the State.  He said that Core Banking Project was executed by spending Rs. 38 crore and henceforth the Bank would be in a position to deliver to customers modern banking facilities.
Shri Amrit Lal Bhardwaj, Director of the Bank, proposed vote of thanks.
Shri Ravinder Singh Ravi, Irrigation and Public Health Minister, Smt. Sarveen Chaudhary, Social Justice and Empowerment Minister, Shri Rakesh Pathania, Shri Parveen Sharma and Shri Sanjay Chaudhary, MLAs, Prof. Chandervarkar, former MLA,  Smt. Shreshta Kaundal, Chairperson, Zila Parishad, Shri Bal Ram Sharma, Chairman, HP State Board of School Education, Shri Bhagwan Dass, Vice Chairman, KCCB, Shri P.L.Thakur, Inspector General of Police, Shri R.S.Gupta, DC, Shri Diljeet Thakur, SP, senior officers of different departments and Members of the Board of Directors of KCCB, and other dignitaries of the district were present on the occasion.

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