Bank of Baroda, the country’s third largest state-run bank, provides loans for two wheelers with 0.25 per cent to women. In addition, it also offers 25 percent discount on processing fees charged on auto loans and mortgage loans.
This is the second such program of NCW which is starting for women.
The National Commission for Women (NCW) is organizing a special training course for women with the help of Bank of Baroda. The purpose of this training course lasting 6 weeks is to empower women. Let us tell you that this is not the first time that any such initiative is being done by the Commission. Even before this, the Commission has organized some such courses with the help of different institutes.
It is important to accept these conditions
Bank of Baroda has been told that the last date to register for this course is 31 March 2021. This course is fully sponsored. If you have to apply for this, then you must be over 18 years of age. Also it is compulsory to pass 12th. This course is being supported by IIM Bengaluru and India SME Forum. The faculty of IIM Bengaluru will teach here how to become a better entrepreneur. Bank of Baroda has said that the objective of this campaign is to provide financial freedom to every young woman entrepreneur.
Leading for female customers
Bank of Baroda is the bank that frequently launches a variety of schemes for its women customers. A Mahila Shakti Saving Account Scheme was launched by the bank. Its purpose was to empower women financially. Apart from this, the bank provides loans for two wheelers to women with 0.25 per cent. In addition, it also offers a 25 percent discount on processing fees charged on auto loans and mortgage loans.
Second campaign within a month
If you talk about NCW, then this month is its second such program which is starting for women. A business and management course was recently started by NCW. Under this course, digital learning was launched to help 5,000 future women entrepreneurs. NCW launched ‘We Think Digital’ in its third phase. It was a digital literacy program of the commission launched by Facebook and the Sitter Peace Foundation. Apart from this, NCW also got the support of IIM Bengaluru and India SMEs in this campaign.
Appreciation of efforts
On behalf of the Commission, this campaign was launched for the women of Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Assam, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Jharkhand and Bihar. In the year 2018, the Commission launched Digital Shakti Campaign for 60,000 women of the country. Under this, women were told about online safety. That initiative was highly appreciated. Several types of workshops are organized from time to time by NCW and Bank of Baroda. In 2011, Bank of Baroda and NCW organized a workshop on sexual exploitation.
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