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First large Nationalized bank to achieve100 % CBS First bank to implement Core Banking in its two RRBs –KGSGB and RSGB All delivery channels – internet, mobile, cards Online RTGS & NEFT. Free access to more than 36000 ATMs of any bank. Giving customer the delight of banking anywhere anytime.PowerPoint Presentation: 3PowerPoint Presentation: 4 Financial Inclusion through Technology enabled solutions. 200 Village Knowledge Centers. 90 Union Mitr Centers. 101 adopted villages. 8 Rural Self-Employment Centers. VLE Centres at West Bengal & Assam. CBS started for the RRBs. Financial InclusionPowerPoint Presentation: 5 Village Knowledge Centers. 200 Centers. Manned by a dedicated officer with domain knowledge. Provided Computer with Internet facility. Dissemination of Weather, and Agricultural inputs. Formation & linkage of SHGs and Farmer Clubs. Seminars on Rural Development and Agriculture. Introduction of New Agri-Technology. Provision of financial & market related Counseling.PowerPoint Presentation: 6 Union Mitr Centres. Financial Education Services. Information on Financial Products, Services and their availability. Guidance on Opening a Bank Account. Information of products of Bank including interest rates. Information on managing Savings. Guidance on managing existing Debt. Information of investment.PowerPoint Presentation: 7 Union Adarsh Gram 101 villages across India. Collaboration with development agencies and NGOs Improving Educational Standards – infrastructure, educational loans, scholarships and adult education. Health and Integrated Child Development. Formation of SHGs – savings and credit linkages. Biometric cards for doorstep banking. Skill building – training and settlement.PowerPoint Presentation: 8 Rural Self-Employment Training Institute 14 Lead Districts. 8 RSETI Centres. Training of Rural Youth and women including UAG Training in income generation activities. Provision of Information on Resource Availability. Settlement of the Trainees – Gainful/Self employment. Settlement Rate is 75 – 80%.PowerPoint Presentation: 9 Door-Step banking - BIOMETRIC CARDS 1.5 lakh Hawkers of Mumbai, Delhi, Karaikudi, Chandigarh. Rural Outreach at Chahania and Wardha. NREGP and SSP – Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and MP. NDDB – Payment to Milk Pourers of Junagarh, Nanded & Chittoor. Micro Loans – Saubhagya and Bhagya More than1 million enrollments – 5 th January 2009. Over Rs.4.00 crore of Savings balance.PowerPoint Presentation: 10 Customer Biometric Enabled Instruction card Business Correspondent POT, PC, Menu based Application Bank Technology Enablers Middleware, Core Banking SystemPowerPoint Presentation: 11 Process Flow – Front End 1. Enrollment Process Data Collection System Demographic Details Biometric Details etc . 2. Issuance of Biometric Enabled Multi-Function Card Diverse points of usage Hand-held devices ATMs, Point of Sale Counters PCs/Card Interface 3. Financial Transactions Through Field Devices Single Device supports multiple application 4. Transaction data loading To Integrated Core Banking System Through phone line (PSTN)PowerPoint Presentation: 12 Business Process - Transactions Bank Customer MFI Agent Transaction Data Bank Systems BC Systems Cash Instant Receipt Transaction stored on card Transaction Data transferred via phone lines Updates for Customer Cash Bank BranchPowerPoint Presentation: 13 Benefits of the UBI system Customer validation through foolproof biometrics. Offline transaction capability. Electronic transaction Infrastructure. Multi-application Smart card – 14 applications. Fast payment and reporting. Low cost and simple to use.PowerPoint Presentation: 14 Place Cards Enrolled Cards Distributed Andhra Pradesh 970585 195635 * MP 11237 9783 Kerala 11628 2365 Delhi 76542 49968 Chandigarh 1430 1430 Karaikudi (TN) 2193 2077 Chahania (UP) 16403 9222 Mumbai 138028 79492 Maharashtra 3194 1210 NDDB 10607 4518 Total 1241847 355700 * The cards produced are 522180 Biometric card position as on 31/01/2009PowerPoint Presentation: 15 Particulars Cost in Rs. Amount Card cost 90 Other costs(Enroll. ,CBS, Switch, Deduping charges.) 75 POS Machine 24000 POS Retainer fees per month 1000 Txn Cost (per txn) 0.75 AMC charges after the first year for maintaining the a/c 40 Slot Charges( per application) 25 Form sourcing 20 Total Amount paid till date 1,86,17,438 Expenditure incurred till date * * The expenditure incurred on 103519 cardsPowerPoint Presentation: 16 Implementing the recommendations of Vaidyanathan Committee and Radhakrishna committee and also the recommendations of Dr. Rangarajan Committee, regarding extension of required finance to the members of the Primary Agriculture Credit Societies (PACS), Union Bank of India, has pioneered in this direction by taking up a pilot in Nizamabad district in A.P and extended top up loans to the borrowers of PACs through technology support of Co Options. 108 members have been extended loans amounting to Rs.32.3 lakh Union bank is the first bank to take up such initiative. A pilot project has been taken up in Karimnagar Dist to issue biometric cards to the members of the SHGs to provide them door step banking.PowerPoint Presentation: 17 In addition to saving a/c we are providing these impoverished small loans under the brand name Saubhagya and Bhagya with along with micro life insurance. These loans are repayable in weekly equated installments. The option of selecting number of repayments weeks is left to the choice of the borrower. So far Rs.25.30 lac has been extended to 205 members. In partnership with NDDB we are facilitating for the hazel free payment of milk receivables to the pourers in Junagarh, Gujarat, Nanded in Maharashtra and Chittoor in Andhra Pradesh.PowerPoint Presentation: A heart felt call “ Let us become a part of Inclusive growth of our villages, by collaborative effort.”PowerPoint Presentation: £ã¶¾ãÌããª LET US REACH THE UNREACH You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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