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District central cooperative banks (dccb

  1. 1. Presentation onDistrict Central Co-operative Bank
  2. 2. The District central co-operative banks are locatedat the district headquarters or some prominent town ofthe district.These banks have a few private individuals also whoprovide both finance and management.The central co-operative banks have three sources offunds:
  3. 3. Their own share capital and reservesDeposits from the publicLoans from the state co-operative banks
  4. 4. MEMBERSHIP Open to all individual farmer. Primary Credit Society Marketing cooperative Society Consumer Stores Farming Societies
  5. 5. FUNCTIONS OF DCCB To meet the credit requirements of member-societies To perform banking business. To act as balancing centre for the PACS by diverting the surplus funds of some societies to those which face shortage of funds To undertake non-credit activities.
  6. 6. Cont.. To maintain close and continuous contact with PACS and provide leadership and guidance to them. To supervise and inspect the PACS and To provide a safe place for the investment of the resources of PACs.
  7. 7. Board of the DCCB The Board of the DCCB comprise elected Chairmen of PACS, representative of the State Government and the State Cooperative Bank. The board meets periodically to review the performance of the bank and provide policy. The Government is an important stakeholder as the DCCBs functions under the administrative control of the registrar of cooperative societies.
  8. 8. Loans and Advances Short Term Production Loans  Short term production loans are extended for raising crops  These are routed through the Primary Agricultural Credit Societies (PACS).
  9. 9. Cont… The Government of India has introduced an interest subvention scheme whereby loans upto Rs. 3 lakhs Extended to farmers at an interest rate of 7% and Government of India provides a interest subsidy of 2% to the banks.
  10. 10. Kisan Credit Card• Kisan Credit Card is an innovation brought about in the banking system to make short term credit to farmers easy, convenient and flexible.• The key features of the scheme are as follows :• One time documentation• Single limit for whole years requirements
  11. 11. • Requirements for consumption credit are also taken into account• Any number of drawls and repayments are permitted• Automatic renewal if the account is regular• Additional features like personal accident insurance are provided at a small feel in collaboration with insurance companies .
  12. 12. Term loans The cooperatives also offer term loans to farmers. Theses can be delivered either through the PACs or directly to the farmers by the DCCBs. For such financing, the DCCBs can obtain refinance from higher lending agencies like NABARD, who channelize these funds through the State Cooperative Banks.
  13. 13.  Term loans are extended for a wide range of purposes, from excavation of wells, purchase of pump sets to horticulture, animal husbandry and even rural transport like tractors and other farm equipment..
  14. 14. Inspection of District CentralCooperative Banks All District Central Cooperative Banks are registered under the Banking Regulations Act and are under the regulatory control of the Reserve Bank of India. The banks are expected to follow the various relevant provisions of the Banking Regulations Act and are subjected to periodical supervision to ensure that they function as per the provisions of law and with prudence.
  15. 15. THANK YOU
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