BANGALORE: State Bank of Mysore Employees Union held the inaugural session of its 23 triennial conference on Sunday.
Over 500 delegates and observers, participated at the inaugural session held at Central College. The chief guest for Sunday’s session was SBM Managing Director Hamsini Menon.
The union opposes the findings of the Khandelwal Committee, which was set up in 2009 to study human resource practises in the public sector banks. The committee recommended reducing the number of clerks working in banks.
The three-day long conference will discuss topics like restructuring of banking industry, closure of SBM, merging with the larger State Bank of India, influx of Foreign Direct Investment into the sector and more.
The union will also constitute a women’s council, which will be inaugurated on April 30.