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All TE labourers in Baksa open Bank accounts

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Dec 16 - In line with the direction of NITI Aayog, the Baksa district administration has already started a campaign to promote cashless and digital transaction among the general public.

Already, 100 per cent bank account opening process for labourers pertaining to four tea gardens in Baksa district has been achieved.

A press release stated that the process of disbursing cashless wages among tea garden labourers is on. Simultaneously, awareness campaigns are being conducted at different levels.

On December 9, a sensitisation meeting among bank officials, district administration, mahaldars, bazar committees and other officials concerned was held in the conference hall of the Deputy Commissioner.

An awareness campaign including village-level entrepreneurs (VLEs) of CSC (Common Service Centre) and district-level officials was also organised on December 15 by the district administration.

Speaking on the occasion, Baksa Deputy Commissioner Sanjeev Kumar Gogoi appealed to the Government officials to adopt various methods of digital payments/transactions for a cashless economy and also to educate others about these methods of transaction.

Additional Deputy Commissioner Mriganka Choudhury (e-Gov), Baksa, also urged the people to participate whole-heartedly in the campaign and make a smooth transition to digital transaction in the district.

Nirod Barman, senior executive under CSC-SPV, who has been entrusted as key agency engaged by the Government of India to promote digital financial literacy for a cashless society, also attended the programme on December 9 and briefed about the roadmap for conducting the campaign at the grassroot level.

Rahul Phukan and Chinmoy Pathak, both Assistant Commissioners of Baksa, besides Mridul Deka, District Informatics Officer of NIC attended the programme as resource persons.

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All TE labourers in Baksa open Bank accounts

GUWAHATI, Dec 16 - In line with the direction of NITI Aayog, the Baksa district administration has already started a campaign to promote cashless and digital transaction among the general public.

Already, 100 per cent bank account opening process for labourers pertaining to four tea gardens in Baksa district has been achieved.

A press release stated that the process of disbursing cashless wages among tea garden labourers is on. Simultaneously, awareness campaigns are being conducted at different levels.

On December 9, a sensitisation meeting among bank officials, district administration, mahaldars, bazar committees and other officials concerned was held in the conference hall of the Deputy Commissioner.

An awareness campaign including village-level entrepreneurs (VLEs) of CSC (Common Service Centre) and district-level officials was also organised on December 15 by the district administration.

Speaking on the occasion, Baksa Deputy Commissioner Sanjeev Kumar Gogoi appealed to the Government officials to adopt various methods of digital payments/transactions for a cashless economy and also to educate others about these methods of transaction.

Additional Deputy Commissioner Mriganka Choudhury (e-Gov), Baksa, also urged the people to participate whole-heartedly in the campaign and make a smooth transition to digital transaction in the district.

Nirod Barman, senior executive under CSC-SPV, who has been entrusted as key agency engaged by the Government of India to promote digital financial literacy for a cashless society, also attended the programme on December 9 and briefed about the roadmap for conducting the campaign at the grassroot level.

Rahul Phukan and Chinmoy Pathak, both Assistant Commissioners of Baksa, besides Mridul Deka, District Informatics Officer of NIC attended the programme as resource persons.

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