Fri. Dec 1st, 2023

To defend the rights of the Scheduled Caste workers as effectively to make sure correct implementation of varied financing schemes for SCs initiated by the federal government of India, the National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) on Wednesday held a evaluate assembly with Bank of Baroda (BOB) at Mumbai.

The NCSC delegation, led by its Chairman Vijay Sampla, performed the primary assembly with the leaders of the SC/ST group of the financial institution. During the assembly, the leaders apprised Sampla and NCSC officers in regards to the backlog in recruitment, points associated to promotion and transfers; and pending points with the administration of BoB.

Post lunch, NCSC began the official assembly with the administration of the BOB, led by its Managing Director and CEO Debadatta Chand. The NCSC chairman reviewed numerous measures taken by BOB in giving credit score to individuals belonging to the scheduled caste group and welfare of its SC workers when it comes to reservations, backlog vacancies, functioning of welfare and grievances redressal mechanism and different points.

During the assembly, Sampla additionally reviewed the implementation of varied welfare schemes for SC beneficiaries together with NRLM, NULM, Mudra, Swabhiman and Awas Yojana and requested the Bank of Baroda officers to make sure that the obligations in direction of the members of the SC group are addressed, as per the Stand Up India Programme of the union authorities.

Sampla additionally requested BOB to make sure minimal wages to all of the outsourced SC workers in addition to to supply advantages to each eligible Scheduled Caste particular person making use of beneath the Credit Enhancement Guarantee Scheme for Scheduled Castes or different such schemes.

Also, NCSC will maintain conferences with the officers of Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) on Thursday and with the officers of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) on Friday, to evaluate measures taken by the companies for the welfare of its SC workers.

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