Strengthening Banking Features With Cauvery Kalpatharu Grameena Bank For Villagers
For the development of the farming and non farming sectors in Indian villages, it was contemplated by the government of India to establish regional rural banks in the villages. Such a possibility has been seen in Indian set up with the passing of the 1976 Act of Regional Rural Banks. Under the act, a number of gramin banks have been set up throughout India, with branches extending into the remotest villages. This allows the villagers to avail loans for their agricultural works, seek credits for their lands and develop small scale handicrafts for business independence. RRBs allow these poorer people to avail deposit accounts and operate other facilities in banking division. Through these Gramin banks, lots of poorer sections of villages have gained a financial confidence in their lives and have been living a satisfied life.
- Establishment of CKGB a boon for villagers
Through the means of such an act, the Cauvery Kalpatharu Grameena Bank was established in 2006, with its headquarters in Mysore and caters to about 7 districts in the state of Karnataka. This Gramin bank was formed by the merger of Cauvery Grameena Bank and Kalpatharu Grameena Bank, both of which were sponsored by the State Bank of Mysore, which is an associated bank of State Bank of India. With the formation of the CKGB, districts of Hassan, Mysore, Rural Bangalore, Tumkur, Urban Bangalore, Ramanagar and Chamarajnagar were covered under the jurisdiction of the new Gramin bank. In total, there are about 230 branches across various villages in the state of Karnataka. Such an extensive reach of the Cauvery Kalpatharu Grameena Bank allows customers in villages to enjoy the benefits of banking.
- Variety of posts on offer for deserving IBPS pass candidates
It is true that the Gramin banks have a wide spread reach across villages. But, on the other hand, Cauvery Kalpatharu Grameena Bank also provides employment opportunities to a large number of people, because of the widespread reach. While catering to increase number of villagers across the state, more skilled manpower is required. For this, the CKGB has staff including office assistants and officers. These officers are again belonging to different ranks ranging from Grade I to Grade III, in the Group A cadre.
There are also clerks which are working in the banks, for multipurpose nature of works required. Interested candidates can opt for any of these posts, depending on the fulfilment of eligibility criteria and educational qualifications.
- Hundreds of candidates can be successfully recruited into the Cauvery Kalpatharu Grameena Bank into the posts of office assistants and officers in different sales. For this purpose, candidates will have to first appear in the Common Written Examination conducted by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection or IBPS.
The CWE in India is supposed to be conducted twice in a year for the officers and assistant posts in RRBs.
After taking the score and getting the Total Weighted Score or TWS, candidates can apply for the respective posts, as and when the recruitment advertisements are published. After the interviews, candidates can go for the joining in the different branches of the CKGB, as finalised in the final selection list.
Cauvery Kalpatharu Grameena Bank is the result of the efforts of government to put in banking facilities in the villages. Also, it makes it possible for candidates to get through jobs in these scheduled banks of the country. With the selections in the CKGB, the recruits are in for a great career path, with potential to grow ahead in their lives.