Dimapur, February 23: The Regional Conference of State Bank of India Officers’ Association, SBIOA (NEC) was held for the first time in Dimapur at Don Bosco Institute for Development and Leadership (DBIDL) on Saturday.
Delivering his speech, former General Secretary of All India Bank Officers’ Confederation (AIBOC) Dr. D T Franco, who started his career in SBI as clerk and was posted in Tuensang in 1978 said comparing to the number of officers back then, where only a few made up the Naga workforce. Today, he observed that the Naga personnel employed by the SBI has considerably increased which was a matter of pride for him.
He urged the officers to reach out to the community, join and collaborate with the customers in fighting for a common cause and to come up with a developmental plan for Nagaland so as to bring a positive change.
Motivational Speaker and Trainer, RZIM Life Focus Society, Dr. Kethoser Kevichusa also speaking at the conference dwelt on how to live a purposeful life and to be passionate about work. Taking note of the fact that most of the employees in the banking sector are under stress, Dr. Kevichusa said if there is no passion, then all oxygen is sucked out of one’s life and therefore it was important to be passionate about work.
Dr. Kevichusa explained that there are six passion killers that needed to be addressed in order to lead a purposeful life. The six points are: un-balanced time; un-used talent; un-confessed transgression; un-resolved tension; an unsupportive team and un-clear purpose.
He called upon the officers to be in communion with God and not to forget ones conscience as at the end of the day it is conscience and character that will make a difference.
Others who spoke at the conference include Rupam Roy, General Secretary, SBIOA (NEC), TAP Paul, vice president SBIOA (NEC), Ramesh Hasnu, President, NCBE Nagaland unit, Jagadish Ch. Paul, DGS, SBIOA (NEC) Jorhat and President SBIOA Dimapur Region, Gwanile Rengma. The conference was attended by members from Zakama, Pfutsero, Peren, Jalukie and Kohima and Dimapur. Currently there are 184 members in SBIOA Dimapur region.
Earlier at the business session, the agenda to elect the new Regional Secretary of SBIOA Dimapur Region was also conducted whereby, the house unanimously elected T L Lango Neikha as the new Regional Secretary.
The house also elected Vewupe Doulo as the Assistant Regional Secretary and Robert Tungoe as Executive Member of SBIOA (NEC), Dimapur Region.
(Page News Service)