Awards & Achievments

  1. UPNEDA “Uttar Pradesh state energy conservation award 2017”


    In India majority of people are deprived from sustained sources of energy specially poor families, farmers, labors engaged in unorganized sectors, scattered population in hilly and high altitude area etc.  They are dependent on traditional source of energy, like kerosene flamed lights at their households. It produces carbon which is injurious for health and environment as well.

    Since establishment of the Bank “Rural Development” is our main objective. Major number of our branches exists in rural and unbanked areas. Customers are being served through different means of services i. e. financing to the farmers, local artisans, cottage industries, promoting SHGs/JLGs, Krishak Club etc. 

    It was observed that due to paucity of electricity people/families were compelled to manage their life on kerosene based lights. GoI/NABARD has announced subsidies /support for Solar Home Light System (SHLS) in preceding years.  We developed a special product “Aryavart Saur Urja” scheme to finance the eligible customers.  The Bank has set an example by financing Solar Home Light Systems and thus mitigating the darkness in the lives of the villagers/poor population of its service area.
    Bank was awarded “Uttar Pradesh state energy conservation award 2017”for its contribution in energy conservation.


  2. “Gramin Samridhi Samman” from NABARD in FI Category for successful implementation of Mobile Vans.


    “In order to promote digital financial literacy, spreading Financial Literacy, demonstration of various digital banking technologies for Digital Financial Literacy and to create awareness among the users about the precautions and safety measures while using different banking technologies, our Bank has procured three Mobile Vans. Being the first RRB in UP to introduce such innovative model, bank received “Gramin Samridhi Samman” from NABARD in FI Category”


  3. PFRDA Award for Atal Pension Yojna 2016-17


    “APY is one of the Govt of India social security scheme to cover maximum people of society especially workers engaged in unorganized sector, lower income groups etc for the age of 18-40 years to provide old age pension after 60 years of age. PFRDA has launched ATAL PENSION YOJANA in June 2015 through Banks, Nationalized Bank, RRBs, Cooperative Bank, Private Bank and Post Office. Annually target are being allotted to the bank, which was achieved by our bank for the financial year 2016-17, and received award from for special contribution in this scheme”


  4. PFRDA “Makers of Excellence” award 2017-18 for Atal Pension Yojna


    The workers in the unorganized sector who voluntarily save for their retirement, constitute 88% of the total labor force of 47.29 crore as per the 66th Round of NSSO Survey of 2011-12.  These unorganized workers do not have any formal pension provision. In India, in the absence of a country-wide social security system (formal pension coverage is about 12% of the working population). To address the longevity risks among the workers in unorganized sector, Atal pension yojna was launched which has now reached the total subscriber base of 71.32 Lacs. In order to motivate the banks in their endeavor to make India a pensioned society, DFS/PFRDA launched the APY MAKERS OF EXCELLENCE Campaign.    
    Our bank was awarded by PFRDA for achieving the target under this campaign.





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