2nd Karnataka Cooperative Summit 23rd February 2017
The first cooperative society of our country was registered in 1905 at Kanaginahal village of Gadag district in Karnataka. Sri Siddanagouda Sannaramana Gouda Patil is considered as the pioneer in the cooperative movement as he is the founder president of the said co-operative society in India. Karnataka occupies third position in the cooperative movement in India. It has been playing an important role in improving the economic condition of people involved in cooperative movement and has spread to almost all sectors of economic activities, both in rural and urban areas.
With many firsts to its credit, the Cooperative Sector in Karanataka is also an early aspirational adopter of technology. Being host to the IT Capital of India, this becomes all the more imperative and reflective on their part to be on the frontiers of technology across their array of operations.
One of the key priorities of the Department of Cooperation, Government of Karnataka is to strengthen the cooperative banking sector in overall operations through the power of technology.
An interactive platform for Solution Providers to exchange with the Who’s Who of the Karnataka Cooperative Sector. The Cooperative Banking Sector – having a history of more than 100 years in the country -is an important constituent of the financial system in India today. Some of the cooperative banks are quite forward looking and have developed sufficient core competencies others are in learning curve, therefore we are inviting the technology providers who can take the banks to the next level.
- Digital Transformation in Banking – Today, Tomorrow, and Future
- Urban Co-operative Banking & Financial Inclusion via Modern Technologies
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