Bengaluru: MCC Bank Staff Union delegation meet state minister for co-operation


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Bengaluru, Sep 28: The Mangalore Catholic Co-operative Bank Ltd, a century old co-operative bank having 16 branches in Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts and staff strength of 105 formed a staff union in March 2021.

A delegation of the newly formed union led by The president, B M Madhava met S T Somashekhar, hon’ble minister for co-operation on September 20, 2021 at Bengaluru and made a representation with suggestions for the overall development of the bank.

Somashekhar assured to involve the registrar of co-operative society to assist and guide the bank to attain greater heights and to create a conducive and healthy work environment to improve the efficiency, productivity and morale of the workforce.

 

  

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  • Ben D'Souza Prabhu, Mangalore, Bombay Bandra now in Canada

    Wed, Sep 29 2021

    I am aware that this MCC Bank is very old, very well run and in fact many able personalities have been part of it. Unfortunately, it has not moved that fast as expected. Co-operative movement in this field of Banking is not so good and encouraging, I find. However, it is moving on Well and it has a good future too !!!

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