State Level Bankers Committee

1. Constitution

The SLBC is an inter-institutional forum for coordination and joint implementation of development programmes and policies by all the Financial Institution Operating in a State.Although SLBC is envisaged as a bankers forum Government Officials are also included.

First Meeting of SLBC was held on 26 March 2001.

Chairman:The Chairman and Executive Director of the Designated Bank.

Convener:State Bank of India is designated as Convener Bank.


  • Representative of RBI.
  • Representative of NABARD.
  • Representative of SIDBI.
  • Representative of IFCI.
  • Representative of all Lead Banks in the State.
  • Representative of other banks having a fair network of branches in the rural,semi-urban & urban areas of the State.
  • Representative of the State Cooperative Bank.
  • Representative of State Land Development Bank.
  • Representative of State Financial Cooperation.
  • Chairmen of RRB's.
  • The Concerned Secretary/Director of Institutional Finance of State Government.
  • The representatives of Departments of State Government connected with Rural development.
  • The Planning Secretary of State Government.
  • Representatives of other banks may be invited to special meeting of SLBC,whenever considered necessary.

2. Functions:

2. Periodicity of Meeting: Once in a Quarter.

3. Functions:

  • To discuss issues,consider alternative solutions to the various problems in the field of banking development and evolve consensus for coordinated action by the member institutions.
  • To do the necessary spade work for formulation of Annual Credit Plans by getting in time district-wise resource allocation by Banks and disaggregation of the various Governmental Programmes.
  • To review the assistance required and provided by Government agencies.
  • To solve operational problems in implementation of Service Area Approach Credit Plans,Government and other agencies programmes etc.
  • To review the trends in the flow of credit into rural areas and to the small borrowers in the neglected sectors.
  • To review Credit-Deposit Ratio,Priority Sector Advances,Advances to weaker Section,Financing of minority communities etc.

4. Last Meeting Details:

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