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4Th training program for National  BC AISECT

4Th training program for National  BC AISECT

On 12th April,21,4th training program for National BC AISECT and others was conducted through Webinar from 2 30pm to 6 45 pm.Total 94 officials joined the program.The program was inaugurated by leading journalist and editor of" Entrepreneur Times",based at NewDelhi, Mr H S Patra,who in his inaugural speech lauded the efforts of BCs ,in transforming rural india as far as reaching to the community and providing various financial services and enrolling them under Social Security Schemes are concerned.

The BC model has matured enough and it is high time for the stakeholders to plan and implement next level of Financial Inclusion in the country ,he mentioned.In his speech ,he dwelt upon the role played by BCRC and desired that BCRC should come forward and take the lead to identify various areas for deepening of FI activities and welfare of BCs /CSPs.Mr Praveen Kumar ,Chairman of A P Grameena Vikas Bank gave his valedictory address and thanked the BCs for their untiring efforts and work carried out during the Covid Pandemic times.

As a low cost model,they have supported the Banks and contributed immensely in account opening , mobilizing deposit and covering the FI customers under social security schemes,he mentioned.Mr Anurag Gupta,CEO ,AISECT,Bhopal offered vote of thanks.

Capacity Building of BC Officials

Capacity Building of BC Officials

On 1st April,21 ,under Capacity Building of BC Officials,a training program was conducted for BC Officials ( mostly State heads and district nodal officers) of national  BC,Vedavaag and some other BCs. Total 87officials  joined in the program.Program was inaugurated by Dr S Subbaih,Vice Principal ,CAB,Pune( GM,RBI) and valedictory address given Mr Jayant Keskar,professor  at NIBM,Pune.

Mr Subbaih ,gave an insightful speech ,covering the role played by BCs in transforming rural India under FI space,mainly in driving financial literacy,digital transactions,pushing thrift habits and creating a model to meet the financial needs of vulnerable  segment of society.

Mr Keskar ,in his valedictory address  mentioned that BCRC is the  first institution in the  country   formed to impart  training  to FI/ BC officials and he admired the  efforts and work of BCRC.He emphasized  that 4 Ps,that is People,Process,Product and Penetration will go a long way to drive BCs  and reach the targeted  segment  of the population  and enhance  sustainability  of BC model.

Training program BC officials NICT

Training program BC officials NICT

On 17th March,21 ,  4 hrs  training program was  organized for BC officials ( mostly their HO officials and State Heads) of  exclusively   NICT and some other BC however,one or 2 senior officials of other BCs..The program was inaugurated by Mr S Dwivedi,CEO and Director of National  Centre of Financial Education,Mumbai( an autonomous  Institution  promoted by all financial regulators) and valedictory address given by Dr Manikraj, Associate Dean,NIBM,Pune

Total 64 officials participated.The program  evoked good response.While  lauding the efforts of BCRC Mr Dwivedi,CEO of NCFE ,Mumbai , hoped that BCRC will be  positioned as number one  training Institute for FI and BC official  in addition to taking the issues and problem faced by BCs with concerned  authorities .Mr Dwivedi ,who  gave an eloquent speech on various FI initiatives and BC activities,and also policy matter,expected BCRC  to play as harbinger of BCs welfare.Dr Manik Raj also thanked BCRC to provide training free of cost.

Capacity Building of Business Correspondents : Training Program for Bank/BC officials

Capacity Building of Business Correspondents : Training Program for Bank/BC officials

On 28th February ,21,a one day training program  through webinar was organized  inviting   officials of major Banks and Corporate BCs.There were a total 102 participants  from 18 Corporate BCs,Union Bank of India,HDFC Bank. The Program was inaugurated by Mr B K Das,CEO,IIBF,Mumbai and valedictory address given by Dr Naveen Kumar,Senior Faculty of NIBM,Pune. The program  evoked good response and drew valuable feedbacks from participants.

 

Strategy Meeting

Strategy Meeting

On 13th February,21 a strategy meet and brainstorming exercise  of Directors/ Founding members of BCRC was held at New Delhi with support of Corporate  BC ,Drishtee Foundation.The deliberation covered various activities undertaken ,issues and challenges and also way forward  to increase the income/ mobilize funds etc for sustenance of BCRC and  spreading its activities

Entrepreneur Times - News Report

Entrepreneur Times - News Report

In January, 21 issue of "Entrepreneur  Times" ,an interview  with Mr D Tripathy  ,CEO,was published. Vision ,mission ,value statement  ,issues ,challenges, way forward etc was spelt out in details .

Online Roundtable Meeting

Online Roundtable Meeting

On 23rd January,21,Mr D Tripathy,CEO and Mr Satyan Mishra,Director attended an online  Roundtable  meeting on "Building a Sustainable Agent Network for Financial  Inclusion ,and offered various suggestions for sustainability  of the Channel.They were invited by the Indicus Centre for Financial  Inclusion, New Delhi to participate in the Program.

Business Correspondent Model-Scope & Opportunity In Odisha 3 January 2021

Business Correspondent Model-Scope & Opportunity In Odisha 3 January 2021

In collaboration with Odisha Corporate  Foundation, Bhubaneswar, a webinar was organized on" Business Correspondents model-scope and potential in Odisha. From the panel discussion, it was observed that there is still huge scope to open banking points in rural, hilly and undeveloped districts of Odisha and drive various banking and social security schemes. Some of the youth will get engaged in setting up CSPs under BCs

Govt should come out to support the BCs/ CSPs or Bank Mitras to bear their initial expenses to set up the points as there is viability and sustainability issues for the BCs/ CSPs in the difficult Centres. As Banks engage the BCs as their service providers/agents, they are not willing to support the BCs in their initial expenses in selection, handholding, providing technical support, training etc. Since they suffered losses due to connectivity issue, long gestation period, low level of business, the unprivileged and poor people are deprived of required banking facilities and not covered under social security schemes. There is an urgent need, for the Govt to revisit the issues and help the BCs to tide over the difficulties.

Business Correspondents  Resource  Council (BCRC) 1st January,21

Business Correspondents Resource Council (BCRC) 1st January,21

On this day, the website of Business Correspondents  Resource  Council (BCRC), named WWW.BCRCINDIA.COM  was released in presence of all the directors, CEO, and members.The vision, mission, and value statements were explained. BCRC will work as an independent  think tank, to support BCs/CSPs and to innovate  and collaborate  with other institutions

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