Jammu: The two days campaign launched by J&K Bank for promotion of Banks digital products and to provide hassle free retail credit products like Car Loan, Home Loan, Cash Credit & Personal Loans to the employees of the Civil secretariat concluded today by declaration of winners of the lucky draw by Naveen Chowdhary Commissioner Secretary Finance J&K Government.
The Campaign saw participation by a large number of employees of Civil Secretariat who were provided on spot facility for Opening of new Accounts with Issuance of instant Debit/Rupay cards, linking mobile number to account, seeding Aadhar with bank account number, awareness and assistance in downloading, installing, Activation of Mobile Banking App and Issuance of e-banking. A large number of employees activated their Mobile Banking facility on the spot and availed retail credit products of the bank in a hassle free manner. Besides a large number of employees availed the facility of Aadhar Seeding in their respective accounts. The representatives of the employees appreciated the banks initiative of providing doorstep facilities to the Civil secretariat Employees.
Naveen K Chowdhary appreciated the efforts of the bank in conducting awareness campaign on digital business channels and reaching out to the government employees. He suggested the Bank to continue the same efforts in future in different parts of the state especially at the institutions who can act as the brand ambassador for the banks digital products.
Banks Zonal Head Jammu Central-I Sunil Gupta was also present on the occasion who assured that in near future similar campaigns will be conducted in other institutions/departments so as to create awareness about digital banking products and other credit facilities being offered by the bank. The winners of the lucky draw were Ms, Arzoo Khan, Feroz Ahmed, Rakesh Kumar, Bilal Munawar, Mukhtar Ahmed, Imran Ahmed.
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