Bhopal: Mini, Small and Medium Enterprises co-operation and contact program was organized at ITI auditorium by Bank of India under the chairmanship of NBG, Central, Arun Kumar Jain. Chief Executive Officer, zila panchayat Bhopal, Harjinder Singh; BMC, Deputy Commissioner, Vinod Kumar Shukla; General Manager, District Business and Industry Center, Deep Singh were present as chief guest.
Executives of Central Banks, Bank of Baroda, Syndicate Bank and other banks were also present at the program along with their branch managers and stake holders. More than 1200 participants attended the program. Addressing the inaugural ceremony, Kumar said, Mini, Small and Medium Enterprises strengthen the country’s economy and the bank is also working in the same direction.
Today, there is a need of several schemes and policies and to spread them among the common people. Lead Bank Manager, Shailendra Shrivastava said mega camps were being organized every Friday as per the orders of Financial Services Department of the Ministry of Finance. At the programme, 1873 accounts under PMJDY, 3277 accounts under PMSBY and 1922 accounts under PMJJBY were registered. The program concluded with vote of thanks proposed by Assistant General Manager, KB Laal.
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