Hyderabad: Central Bank of India, Regional Office, Hyderabad and Warangal, is conducting a two-day workshop from Saturday for all branch managers on multilevel consultation and ideation process. Inaugurating the workshop, the Bank General Manager S R Dashen emphasised the importance of the workshop as it is useful at branch-level to review their performance, deliberate on the issues before the banking sector and ideate on future strategy and the way forward. Also Read – Car mechanic held in Hyderabad for killing Class 10 girl in Jadcherla Advertise With Us The meet focused on the ways and means to increase credit to various sectors of the economy, enhance use of technology to bring about innovation and enable big data analytics and make banking citizen centric as well as more responsive to the needs and aspirations of senior citizens, farmers, small industrialists, entrepreneurs, youth, students and women. Also Read – Techie strangled to death in Hyderabad Advertise With Us The discussions covering digital payments, agriculture and MSME credit, retail lending, export credit, use of technology in PSBs, etc., based on the thematic papers domain experts on various challenges facing the banking sector. The meet also reviewed the bank’s performance and its alignment with national priorities in areas such as Farm sector and Blue economy, Jal Shakti, MSME sector and MUDRA loans, education loans, export credit, green economy, Swatch Bharat, financial inclusion and women empowerment infrastructure/industry. Direct benefit transfers, less cash, digital economy services to senior citizens, corporate social responsibility etc.
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