DLRC cum DCC meeting held; Performance of banks reviewed

Time & Us
Last Updated: August 25, 2017 at 2:39 am


UDHAMPUR, AUGUST 24: To review the performance of banks in key area of deposits and advance for quarter ending June 2017 under Annual Credit Plan 2017-18, the meeting of District Level Review Committee cum District Consultative Committee (DLRC/DCC) comprising bankers and district officers of various Government Departments of district Udhampur was held under the Chairmanship of Additional District Development Commissioner, Udhampur, Arvind Sharma here today.
AGM, RBI, Jammu, S. P Soni, AGM NABARD, Manohar Lal, Cluster Head J&K Bank, Satish Kumar, LDM, Lead Bank, V.S Negi, Assistant Commissioner Development, Om Parkash, General Manager, DIC, Suram Chand Sharma, PO DRDA, Dr. Jagdish Mehra, Chief Planning Officer Ashok Khajuria besides officers of various departments also attended the meeting.
During the meeting, the ADDC reviewed in detail the performance of different banks under various government sponsored schemes, implementation of Electronic Benefit Transfer scheme, bank wise position of deposits and advances in the district, implementation of Prandhan Mantri Awas Yojna (PMAY) and status of Kissan Credit Cards (KCCs) issued by various banks .
Stressing on the need for generating awareness about different poverty alleviation schemes of the government, the ADDC, exhorted upon the bankers and sectoral officers of different departments to hold joint awareness camps at different parts of the district. He also called upon the officers to meet various targets by working in close coordination with the bankers.
Besides, the Lead District Manager, Udhampur informed that a total credit of Rs. 174.77 crore in favour of 8090 beneficiaries both under priority as well as non priority sector has been extended during the first quarter of the current financial year against the annual target of Rs. 996.96 crore for 63603 beneficiaries under Annual Credit Plan 2017-18, thereby registering achievement of 18 percent in financial terms and 13 percent in physical terms. In regard of flow of credit of priority sector and weaker section of the society, the CD ratio of the banks in the district has increased from 28.68 percent as on 31st March 2017 to 29.60 percent as on 30th June 2017, he added.