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Dear Colleagues,

At the outset, I join with Team Indian Bank congratulating each member for having crossed the finishing line  of    Rs.3 lakh crore business -  a milestone achievement on the eve of Founding Day Celebrations, 2015. Indian Bank has seen many ups and downs in past decades, but we are proud of our bouncing back ability. In any adverse situation, together we can increase our capacity, improve our capability and that shows our strength. Quality Human Capital has always emerged as an essential and valuable differentiator for banks to compete.  Building People to Build Organization so as to Build Business is the key to actualization of Corporate Vision and Business goals.  The need of the hour is to place training at the heart of our Business Strategy.

Training system in our Bank is now poised to be pro-active, vibrant and more business responsive.  Training modules are now drawn keeping in mind the changing business environment and changing profile of our employees. 

To make the training system more responsive to business, we believe in “Bottom Up Approach” in identifying the training needs through Zonal Office and Branches.  We invite Zonal leadership to perceive the training requirements, knowledge and skill up gradation on the basis of feedback of Branch Managers and Officers in their respective Zones.  IMAGE, STCs and Zonal Team together endeavor to co-ordinate the Business strategy of the Bank as well as respective zone, so as to provide need based training inputs. The effectiveness of the training can be ascertained from the concerned branches by proper post training placement and feedback to training system so as to improve or modulate the training delivery mechanism.

EXCELLENCE in training system can be achieved only when our people in the Bank develop the 3 `C’ s – `Confidence’, ‘Capacity’ & ‘Competence’ &

SUCCESS will hinge on the above 3 `C’s to accomplish the 3 `S’s - `Speed’, `Scale’ & `Sustainability’ to witness sustainable business growth with profits.

Our training system has conceptualized and developed two monthly e-journals `Knowledge Bank’ and `Banking Updates’ which were launched by our Honorable Managing Director & CEO Shri Mahesh Kumar Jain on 17th August  2015 at IMAGE site of our Help Desk.
Knowledge Bank contains articles on important topics of contemporary banking issues like Operational Banking, Risk Management, Forex Management, Credit Management, IT Management, HR and Vigilance.

Banking Updates: deals with various changes in Banking Policies, Acts, Reforms, Dairy of Events, General Awareness, Banking Finance, Economics and other banking features.

We wish all our colleagues make use of these e-journals and enrich their knowledge to equip themselves to have an edge over their competitors.  We also encourage and invite their contributions every month as a Knowledge Sharing exercise for better Talent Management in our Bank. The articles can be sent to the email id: or .

We welcome suggestions, feedback and contributions and your active participation to make our initiatives, more meaningful and fruitful to our colleagues and our beloved Bank.

With best wishes,

Yours faithfully,
PC Dash
Principal, IMAGE

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