Update April 13, 2016

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Recruited bankers asked to attain professional skills

Sumel Sarker


Recruited bankers asked to attain professional skills

13 April 2016, Nirapad News: Senior bankers asked their newly recruited subordinates to gain professional skills as it is inevitable for attaining success in the banking sector for overall socio economic development of the region.

They urged them to make their banking activities client- friendly so that they get total benefits of the banking service.

They were addressing the closing and certificate-giving session of a six-week long foundation training course for 40 of the newly recruited senior officers and officers of Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank (RAKUB) at its training institute here on Tuesday afternoon.

RAKUB Board Chairman Prof Shah Nawaz Ali and Managing Director Monzur Ahmed addressed the session as the chief and special guests respectively with principal of the institute Mozammel Haque in the chair.

General Manager (Administration) Abdul Latif and Faculty Members Abu Taleb, Mobinur Rashid Sarker, Ronojit Kumar Sen and SM Ahsanullah also spoke.

The speakers highlighted the importance of the bank in agricultural development of the northwest Bangladesh and asked the officers to apply the knowledge acquired from the training in the professional field properly for boosting agricultural production in the region.

As the largest development partner in the agricultural sector of the northwest Bangladesh, RAKUB plays a vital role to earn economic emancipation and free the nation from poverty and hunger through boosting credit-flow to the potential agricultural fields.

In this regard, they asked them to discharge their duties with utmost sincerity and honesty to brighten the image of the bank along with taking it ahead successfully.

“You have to build yourselves as competent bankers through the best uses of the knowledge acquired from the training,” said Prof Ali. There should be devotion towards improving living and livelihood condition of the public in general and the farmers in particular.

Main objective of the course was to improve skills and attitude alongside enhancing professional competence of the officers through disseminating ideas about operation, administration and other related matters of the bank.

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