Thiruvananthapuram: The Reserve Bank of India would inaugurate its ‘financial literacy week’ programme in Kerala on June 3. Also Read - Reviving Economy: Will RBI Announce Another Rate Cut Soon? Check Details Here
With an aim to promote financial literacy at the ground level, the Reserve Bank of India is observing the first week of June as the Financial Literacy Week across the country, an RBI release said here. Also Read - Bank Holidays in December 2020: Private And Public Sector Banks to Remain Closed on These Days | Check State-Wise Full List
The Financial Literacy Week would focus on farmers as target group with the primary theme being “responsible borrowing and agricultural finance”. Also Read - Indian Economy Exhibited Stronger Than Expected Pick up in Momentum of Recovery: RBI
Regional Director of RBI, Thiruvananthapuram, SMN Swamy would inaugurate the programme here and address top bankers of the state and media personnel at the event that would be part of the FL Week and financial literacy framework of the apex bank, it said.
During the event, the primary theme, to be communicated to the common man through financial intermediaries during the week, would be highlighted and disseminated to the bankers and media, the release added.