“Awareness programmes will benefit the industrialists to gain information on various government schemes and promote MSME culture,” said field manager of Syndicate Bank Atul Kumar.
He was addressing a gathering at the awareness programme on CGTMSE, CLCSS, Standup India, Startup India and Mudra schemes for small and micro scale industries organised by District Industries Centre, in association with Mysore Industries Associations and MSME Council Mysuru, on Thursday. He said: “Awareness programme plays a pivotal role in throwing light on various schemes introduced by the government. More and more MSME meta and awareness programme will provide insights on CGTMSE, CLCSS and many other schemes and promote MSME culture in India.”
“Syndicate Bank has been a pioneer in promoting many industries across the nation. We have been the first public sector bank to introduce the core banking system way back in 2001. We have been in forefront of latest banking technologies and have a state of art systems. We are introducing latest systems in coming days for the benefit of people and industrialists in coming days,” he added.
MLA Vasu, Secretary of Vidyavardhaka Institutions P Vishwanath, DGM of Syndicate Bank S Rama Rao, AGM S Mukta, Vice president of MIA Umesh K Shenoy and others were present.