INSTITUTE OF BANK MANAGEMENT
"A CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE IN THE SERVICE OF BANKS, FIS AND THEIR CUSTOMERS"
(AN INSTITUTE SPONSORED BY RBI, NABARD AND FIVE PSU BANKS)
WHY THIS PROGRAMME & WHAT FOR ?
Directed credit through the window of priority sector lending is a major policy intervention in our country. The main objective of the priority sector lending programme is to enable the vulnerable sections of our society to get hassle-free access to credit at an affordable rate and also to ensure adequate flow of resources to those segments of the economy, which have high potential for generating employment and improving livelihood. The experience in the realm of development shows that credit plays a pivotal role in every growth segment, be it agriculture, MSME, exports and infrastructure. There is a feeling that the need for priority sector lending in India may further intensify in future as the path towards formal credit is still plagued with several problems threatening to derail the process of inclusion. We, as a nation have set upon ourselves a vision of universal financial access through affirmative financial inclusion for mainstreaming the marginalized section of our society. In addition to the economic considerations of financial inclusion, its ethical aspect is also of paramount importance for every conscious citizen of the country. We must therefore try to give adequate opportunities to everyone to empower himself/herself which in turn would lead to a more prosperous and equitable society.
To sensitize bank officers about the imperatives of
priority sector lending including Government sponsored schemes and inclusive growth
through financial inclusion.
To inculcate in them the profitability aspect of priority sector lending and bankability of the marginalized section of society.
PROGRAMME TAKE-AWAYS :
Sector Lending - Concepts, Targets, Classification
Agricultural Lending - Appraisal, Documentation and Post-Sanction Monitoring
MSMEs - Importance, Main Features of MSMED Act 2006, CGTMSE, Nursing sick MSEs
Microfinance - Concepts of SHGs, JLGs, Bank Linkage and Viability Angle
Financial Inclusion - Importance for Inclusive Growth, Information Technology Enabled FI, Business Facilitators / Correspondents, Bankability Aspects
MSME Financing - Appraisal, Documentation and Post-Sanction Supervision for Healthy MSME Portfolio
Healthy Agricultural Portfolio - Issues of Crop Insurance, KCC, Scale of Finance
An Overview of Banking Institutions Catering to Priority Sector in Rural and Semi-urban Areas
Repayment - Issues and Challenges
Profitability Aspects of Priority Sector Lending
Managing Risk in Priority Sector Financing
The programme will include lectures, discussions, sharing of experiences, power point presentations and field visit, etc.
FOR WHOM ?
The programme has been especially designed to cater to the training requirements of officers of RBI, NABARD, Commercial Banks, RRBs and Co-operative Banks (Scale I-IV) who are associated with priority sector lending, monitoring and financial inclusion work at various levels.
The programme will commence on November 12 (Monday) at 09:30 am and will be over by evening of November15, 2018 (Thursday). The participants may accordingly make their travel arrangements so as to reach IIBM on November 11 (Sunday) and depart on November 16, 2018 (Friday).
IIBM campus (Near KendriyaVidyalaya, Khanapara), Jawahar Nagar, Guwahati - 781022. For details regarding location of IIBM please visit our website. OLA and UBER Taxi services are available.
Participants should be nominated by their banks. Online nomination facility is also available in our website www.iibm.ac.in.The last date for receiving the nomination is November 06, 2018.
The all-inclusive fee for the programme is as below:
Sponsor Banks of IIBM viz. RBI, NABARD, SBI, United Bank of India, UCO Bank, Central Bank of India, Allahabad Bank, &Punjab National Bank.
Cooperative Banks & RRBs
"Payment of fees for all employees of RBI shall be borne by RBI Guwahati. A copy of nomination letter may be sent to RBI Guwahati for facilitating payments on time."
Generally payment of participation fees is to be made in advance through National Electronic Fund Transfer (NEFT) on or before the due date for submission of nomination. In exceptional cases a Demand Draft/Pay Order drawn in favour of Indian Institute of Bank Management payable at Guwahati may be forwarded along with hard copy of nominations. It may kindly be ensured that the officers being deputed for training carries details of remittance of programme fees.
a. Details of our Bank Account are as follows:
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF BANK MANAGEMENT
Bank A/c No.
S B A/c
Name of the Branch
Name of the Bank
STATE BANK OF INDIA
b. While remitting programme participation fee kindly advise us the following particulars.
Title of Programme including
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