DIBRUGARH, Dec 8 - The Assam Tea Employees� Welfare Board in association with State Bank of India (SBI) conducted a two-day training programme on banking service examination for the youths of the tea gardens of Dibrugarh and Tinsukia district in the branch office of the Assam Chah Mazdoor Sangha (ACMS), Khalihamari here on December 4 and 5.
The training programme was inaugurated by Duliajan MLA Teres Gowala. The other dignitaries from SBI were HN Phukan, Chief General Manager, Arupjyoti Das, Chief Manager and Resource Officer, Sanjoy Kumar Tanti, retired Chief Manager, MK Mazumder, Kumud Das and two faculties.
Niren Sarmah, Welfare Commissioner of Assam Tea Employees� Welfare Board in his welcome speech thanked the faculty from SBI for extending their support to train the youths from the plantations. He also thanked Nabin Keot, secretary, ACMS, Khalihamari branch for hosting the training programme.
All those who spoke asked the trainees to be courageous and not to be nervous while appearing for bank examination. Sanjoy Kumar Tanti, retired Chief Manager exhorted the participants to work hard.
The two-day training programme was attended by fifty eight graduates from the plantations. The participants appreciated the training programme and urged upon the organisers to hold such programmes for longer duration.
On the concluding day of the training programme Mathews Lakra, the Inspecting Officer of Assam Tea Employees� Welfare Board, Zone-II, Dibrugarh thanked the officers of State Bank of India who were faculties for the training, a release stated.