AALO, Sep 10: The Chief Manager of SBI Lead Bank Office, Pasighat has placed the Annual Credit Plan 2013-14 for West Siang district in a meeting held here yesterday under the chairmanship of M K Sahoo, Deputy Commissioner of the district. All bank managers falling under the jurisdiction of Lead Bank and the HoDs were present for threadbare discussion on the plan proposed on the basis of potential link credit plan by NABARD as per terms and directive of RBI.
The DC, in his address, stressed on coordination and team effort by banks & HoDs for quick disposal of bank loans under various centrally sponsored schemes so that every drop of benefit go to the needy people in time. Though most of the banks have constraints like, limited staff, he emphasized on the need to clear all time bound disbursement of loan component to the beneficiaries.
“Our job should not be confined to fetching of loan to the beneficiaries but we need to change our mindset to make spot visit and assess the functioning of schemes so that money are judiciously used. There are few progressive farmers in the district who are really working hard but don’t get the benefit of loan from the govt. The meet should come out as a good platform for all of us to perform well to make the rural people self-reliant and (we) need to handle our works in a transparent manner to ameliorate the condition of our rural masses,” he said.
The DC asked the SBI’s Chief Branch Manager, Aalo to look into the improper functioning of thee out of four ATMs in Aalo Township where heavy rush of people is seen in the lone functioning ATM. He also asked Vijaya Bank and others to explore possibility of opening ATM booths to facilitate their customers carry out transactions.
Earlier, highlighting the Annual Credit Plan, G S A Sangma, Chief Manger, Lead Bank Office, Pasighat elaborated on realistic assessment of potential under various sector in the district which are converted into financial out lay and the bank credit with an objective for identifying opportunity for credit dispensation in the district with the objective of rural prosperity through inclusive growth.
The other bank managers and HoDs also put forward their fruitful suggestions like joint inspection of schemes taken up by the beneficiaries, counseling to beneficiaries on loan return and recovery, etc. (DIPRO)



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