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Bandhan Education Programme

A large number of the rural population still remains illiterate. Simultaneously, a big percentage of children enroled in primary schools are dependent on private tuitions, thereby leading to significant financial burden on poor families...

Bandhan Financial Literacy Programme

11% of the world’s adults who do not have bank accounts are Indians. Further, India has the world’s highest share of inactive accounts, about twice the average of 25% for developing economies. Half of India’s bank accounts are, in fact, rarely used...

Bandhan Health Programme

This programme aims to increase health awareness with the goal of improved health and wellbeing of underprivileged families. It gives special focus on under-5 children, pregnant women, lactating mothers and adolescent girls regarding safe motherhood...

Targeting the Hardcore Poor Programme

Even though there is no universally accepted threshold for being ‘ultra-poor’, however, as per the World Bank and United Nations threshold for extreme poverty more than one-fifth of the world’s population lives on $ 1.25 a day or less, (World Bank, 2008; 2009)...

Employing the Unemployed Programme

This programme is aimed at addressing the issue of unemployment in India. Vocational centres known as Bandhan Skill Development Centres (BSDC) are set up which provide training to unemployed youth. The youth can choose from an array of domains...

NextGen Banker’s Programme

Next Gen Banker’s Post Graduate Diploma in Banking & Finance is an advanced course for graduates who are looking to make a career in the Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) industry. Bandhan-Konnagar recognised the need for education on the basics of the functioning of the BFSI...