Report of the Working Group on Human Resource Policy for Short-Term Cooperative Credit Structure
For the revival of rural cooperative credit institutions, a Working Group was constituted by NABARD to formulate and suggest comprehensive human resource guidelines for the State Cooperative Bank (SCBs) , Central Cooperative Bank (CCBs) and State Cooperative Agriculture and Rural development Bank (SCARDB) and Primary Cooperative Agriculture and Rural Development Banks (PCARDB). The Group has based its findings on data obtained from the SCBs and CCBs and NAFSCOB. For this purpose, suitable questionnaires and formats for collection of data were designed and circulated among the respondents. Information was called for from 120 CCBs and 31 SCBs, but was received from only 48 CCBs and 15 SCBs. URL:[http://www.nabard.org/pdf/Report%20of%20the%20Working%20Group%20on%20Human%20Resource%20Policy%20for%20Short%20-%20Term%20Cooperative%20Credit%20Structure.pdf].
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