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Karnataka Bank shifts training college

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MANGALORE: Karnataka Bank shifted the staff training college from founder's branch at Dongarakeri to Kodialbail in Mangalore on Wednesday.

The Chairman and CEO, Mr Anantakrishna, who inaugurated the new building, called upon the trainers to keep abreast of developments in the banking industry and impart them to the trainees. A knowledgeable employee can work with more efficiency and render improved customer service, he said.

Terming human resource as the main asset of the organisation, he said that training is an effective tool to improve the capabilities of the staff.

The General Managers, Mr P. Jayarama Bhat and Mr G.K. Bhat, and the General Secretary of the Karnataka Bank Employees' Association, Mr P.R. Karanth, were present.

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