State Level Bankers' Committee, Tripura
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Objectives of SLBC
  • To review the assistance required and provided by Govt. agencies.
  • To oversee the implementation of branch expansion programme.
  • To review the recovery performance.
  • To consider problems referred by the district level forums and take necessary follow-up action.
  • To solve operational problems in implementation of Service Area Approach, Credit Plans, Govt. and other agencies programmes etc.

It was decided in the 88th SLBC meeting dated 29.8.2008 that RSETIs would be opened in each of the four districts of the State. The present status of opening of RSETIs in the State is as under:

Sl No  Name of the district  Name of the Allottee Bank  Present Status
1  Tripura (west)  Tripura Gramin Bank  Opened in Feb 2009
2  Tripura (south)  United Bank of India  Opened in Mar 2009
3  Tripura ( north)  State Bank of India  Opened in Sept. 2011
4  Dhalai  United Bank of India  Opened in Jan, 2011
5 *  West Tripura  Syndicate Bank  Opened in Sept.2011


These RSETIs are functioning in premises temporarily arranged for the purpose. The State Government has allocated land to RSETI Dhalai for constructing permanent premises.

Pursuant to the decision of the 103rd SLBC meeting of Tripura held on 05.01.2013,it was decided that all the 8 ( Eight ) Districts of Tripura would be covered by 5 RSETIs as under:-

Sl No  Name of the district  Name of the Allottee Bank  Additional Districts to be covered
1  West Tripura  Syndicate Bank & Canara Bank  Khowai
2  Sepahijala  Tripura Gramin Bank  -
3  Gomati  United Bank of India  South Tripura
4  Dhalai  United Bank of India  -
5  Unakoti  State Bank of India  North Tripura

Financial Literacy cum Credit Counseling Centers (FLCCs)

In the model scheme issued by RBI it has been mentioned that such “FLCCs may need to be set up at all levels viz. block, district, town and city levels. SLBCs may discuss and coordinate with the banks, both in public and private sectors, and arrive at a plan for setting up of FLCCs at different levels in a phased manner. To begin with, lead banks may take the initiative for setting up of FLCCs in the district headquarters.” UBI has opened two FLCCs at Ambassa and Udaipur in the RSETI premises in Dhalai & South Tripura District. TGB has also opened FLCC in the RSETI premises at Agartala.

In the light of the above directives of RBI, given in the model scheme, the following suggestions are placed before the House for consideration and giving their views on opening of FLCCs in the State. Copies of the above RBI circular and the model scheme were provided to all banks.

FLCC centers may be opened by the concerned banks in the premises of RSETIs already set up by them so that FLCCs’ activities are dovetailed with the activities of RSETIs.

Banks in Public and Private sector, which have not opened, or not going to open RSETIs, should come forward to open FLCCs at District/Block level.

Financial Literacy & Education:

As per decision of the Reserve bank of India, Financial literacy and Education programme will continue along with Financial Inclusion in all the four districts of the State.