Inauguration of CANPAL
Under the banner of CANPAL, Chennai Unit was inaugurated on 06.05.2015, Wednesday at association office in Chennai, by Sri. G. V. Manimaran. Sri Asokan, Retired AGM and Sri Krishna Kumar, OGS – Manager at Teynampet branch, Chennai, have shown their interest in being Coordinator and co- coordinator for Chennai Unit. First of the Membership application of CANPAL was handed over to Mr. Asokan by Sri. G. V. Manimaran himself at the time of inauguration
What is ‘Think Tank’:
Lot of young boys and girls are in our Bank throughout the country whose talents are very vital for the growth of the Bank and development of the Organisation. These youth love to work for the Orgnisation. As such, a platform is provided to them called “CBOA THINK TANK” under which they can pool their talent and work for the Organisation.
Who is “Think Tank “ :
“The young generation in the bank who believe that the future is bright and by assuming the role of CHANGE AGENTS to synchronize the Bank and Trade Union with fast metamorphosing financial worls, they could usher the country to become super power”
Why “CBOA Think Tank”:
- Our bank today has got around 11000 officers out of about 21500 officers and about 6000 employees joined with higher educational qualifications and highest hopes.
- About 4600 officers are retiring in another three years who will be displaced from the new recruits from now on or from the clerks recruited after 2009 who will be again replaced by the new generation.
- It is apparent that in another three years the young officers number recruited after 2009 will rise to a minimum of 15000 I.e., 2/3rd of the total strength.
- This force is only going to lead the bank and the trade union.
- As a progressive and democratic Organisation, Canara bank officers’ Association believes that the future leaders are going to emerge from this lot only to steer both the industry and the trade union movement.
- As an officers movement, possessing the rich policies of leading the trade union by the serving officers and develop quality officers to lead the bank, CBOA believes that it is the responsibility of a reputed trade union to develop a strong second line.
- As these future leaders of both industry and trade union are experiencing a shortage of exposure, we are attempting to hasten the process by organising them.
Objectives of “Think Tank” :
DEMONSTRATE i.e. DEMONSTRATE THE YOUTH
DIGITALISE i.e. DIGITALISE THE BANK
DEVELOP i.e. DEVELOP THE CBOA
DISPLAY i.e. DISPLAY THE RESULT.
HOW TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES OF “THINK TANK”?
All the youths are congregating under the banner of “CBOA THINK TANKCONCLAVE”
ORGANISING OF THINK TANK YOUTH CONCLAVES:
In order to achieve the objectives, the ‘Think Tank Youth Conclaves’ were conducted at the following centres with the prime idea of training, moulding& motivating the young men & women officers in all trade union activities.
|Place of Conclave||Held||Regions participated State wise details||No Of Think Tankers Participants.|
|Date From||Date To|
|1||Chennai||07-Feb-2015||08-Feb-2015||AP, Telangana, Goa, TN, Kerala &
|2||VARANASI||14-Feb-2015||15-Feb-2015||UP, Jharkhand & Bihar|
|3||KOLKATA||21-Feb-2015||22-Feb-2015||Chattisgarh, Orissa, WB, Assam,
Tripura, Manipur, Nagaland
Maharastra, MP, Rajasthan & Gujarat
|5||Gurgaon||07-Mar-2015||08-Mar-2015||Haryana, UP, HP, J&K, Chandigarh,
Each Circle was represented by 5 Think tankers below the age group of 40. A total of 500 Think Tankers attended the conclaves across the length and breadth of the country. These 500 youth are going to work as ambassadors of CBOA and spread the message of CBOA.
Each conclave was bubbling with enthusiasm and creativity. The energy levels of our youth are incomparable.
Five important topics were given for deliberations at all five places.
Totally, the innovative idea of our CBOA was total success and purposeful
MANIMARAN G V
It’s amazing to experience that there is a helping hand, a one point contact that is always available to extend help in answering all our queries. Currently our organisation having majority of officers as new recruits, the need of the hour is to get equipped with knowledge to execute out duties effectively.
It is not possible to have 100% operational time to get awareness on all areas. We are fortunate that during our time this facility is being initiated by (y)our CBOA.
Our Help Tank institute, a multi-tiered trouble shooting approach by having resources with extensive knowledge. Help Tank gives us opportunity to explore and get expertise in any area of the listed topics.
The Help Tank also provides documentary on all the queries raised with answers which benefits all our members to get exposure on various topics. The facility to re-escalate their queries for further clear understanding is also available.
I appreciate all the members who had given their willingness to be a part of Resource panel for the listed topics of Help Tank. I also appreciate our GULBARGA team for coming up with a beautiful logo for Help Tank.
HELP TANK addresses the queries on the following 9 topics. Here is the consolidated list of our members given their willingness to be part of resource panel.
|KIRAN KUMAR||BANGLORE RURAL|
|SANJEEV KUMAR SHRIVASTAVA||PATNA|
| JERALDIN SHALO J.S
|ANANDRAO DHONDIBA PALAVE
|UDAY S LODAYA
5) Disciplinary matters
6) Officer’s Welfare
|Atal bihari Vaishnav
|BANGLORE – RURAL|
|SAURABH SINGH CHAUHAN
Congratulations to all the above members for actively responding to the call and giving your willingness to be part of resource members for HELP TANK.
Now I can see our people raising queries to HELP TANK. I want you all to take this initiative to all our friends irrespective of affiliations and make the best use of it.
Still there is scope for adding members in Resource panel, anybody who wants to be part of HELP TANK please send their details to HELP TANK id indicating their subject.
The ID to post queries is : “ email@example.com”
Manimaran G V
We the CBOA office bearers and members are having every reason to feel proud that during the last two days all financial dailies have been reporting on our unique project of mobilising business for our MOTHER BANK under the banner “THUS WE CAN” through CANPAL.
The business canvassed in actual terms are pouring in and getting documented in CANPAL’S CHRONICLES which I am sure that you are all aware of.
To accelerate the momentum let all the office bearers get on to the job of enrolling all the members to be the members of CANPAL and gather 10 potential new customers from every member.
The collected application from the members with the customers list shall be forwarded to Chennai office for getting the ID card for CANPAL members.
One of our young cadres suggested for forming a BLOOD DONORS GROUP – “BE POSITIVE” and the CANPAL initiates action towards this objective as an expression of commitment to Social cause.
Shall we consolidate the 24000 CANPAL members and 200000 POTENTIAL CUSTOMERS?
Manimaran G V
A beautiful life does not happen, it is built. As CANPAL, never hesitate to stretch its hands beyond boundaries, now it has stretched to create the bonds of life. Yes friends, CANPAL is pursuing its new avenue CANPAL MATRIMONIAL, the “CANBANDHAN”.
The need of a matrimonial among us is the newly budded 14000 young officers, who have made their career with CAN FAMILY. CANPAL takes the responsibility to make this bud to blossom in the virtue of their life.
Here I also want to open up that, I am selfish in initiating this matrimonial column, as I want my boys and girls to reap the benefits of the hard earned privileges and rights of our mother organization. That is
If both are employed in our bank as officers – A family can avail,
1.Housing loan of Rs 1 crore….
2.Car loan of Rs 10 Lakhs each…….
And lot more in the carts and others in line to come live in near future.
Email id: firstname.lastname@example.org
We do not remember days, we remember moments. I am set toexperience such greater moments with all my boys and girls.
G V MANIMARAN
The response to our proposal of organising COUNSELLING CENTRES is immense and it has encouraged us to formalise the structure of such centres in the interest of our officers undergoing untold stress.
The structure will be as follows:
The counsellors are identified volunteers from among the retired / serving executives, retired officers and Office bearers of the CBOA.
The names and the details of the counsellors for both the residential and online counselling will be made available through our CBOA website and will be updated on receipt of willingness from such volunteers periodically.
There would be two types of counselling process:
- Residential counselling
- Online counselling
The counsellors would be available on a pre fixed day weekly in predetermined place at pre decided time to give personal counselling.
Initially it is introduced in Chennai, Bangalore and Madurai.
On every Thursday counsellors will be available by 5.30 pm at the CBOA office of Chennai, Bangalore and Madurai.
The counsellors can be met at the mutually agreed places too besides on Thursdays.
R ASOKAN, AGM ( RETD) 09444916819
S NAGARAJAN DGM (RETD) 09994962284
A N KRISHNAMURTHY, CHAIRMAN, CBOA. 09663388388
K B BALLUR, FORMER PRESIDENT, CBOA 09481101106
M N SUNDARAM, FORMER PRESIDENT, CBOA 09449463246
M DEVARAM, DIVISIONAL MANAGER,( RETD). 09994911889
S RAJAGOPAL, AGM (RETD). 09443734322
The officers can contact the counsellors over phone, email and through any type of communication tools available with the volunteered counsellors.
The counsellors available on line are listed below:
MR RAGHUNATHA RAO GM RETD 91 080082 58500
MR R R SHARMA GM RETD. 91 099716 44446
MR PRASAD GM HO 91 099805 30303
MR MAHESH GM HO 91 081059 11855
MR SHYAMALENDU SAHA GM RETD 91 085850 24728
MR SANTHANAM GM RETD 91 099002 38548
MR RENGARAJU GM RETD 91 097318 05400
MR IYER GS ED UCO BANK 91 070440 93564
MR R K AVASTHI FORMER GS CBOA 91 098105 71359
MR M V SUBBARAO FORMER JGS CBOA 91 094408 76543
MR SUDHAKARAN FORMER JGS CBOA 91 098951 93228
MR J VANANGAMUDI VP CBOA 91 094433 64184
Excellent response to our counselling arrangements.
Now our Former General Manager and Former Executive Director, Andhra bank SRI ANIL GIROTRA +91 7838-594915 volunteered to be the counselors and available for discussion.
Now three of our former women executives volunteered to join in the novel program.
Mrs LALITHA LAKSHMANAN, CGM ( RETD) 91 094868 06037
Mrs BHANU RAMAN 91 099020 27300
FORMER CHIEF VIGILANCE OFFICER email@example.com
SMT MYTHILI KRISHNAMURTHY,Former CGM 099-45-399553
As the issues need to be counselled are personal and personality oriented, we don’t expect the details of any such counselling is shared with us and we request the counsellors also to keep such details confidentially.
We request all our officers and members to utilise this facility.
MANIMARAN G V