J&K Bank Felicitates Best Performers Under OTS-2021

Srinagar- MD & CEO J&K Bank, Baldev Prakash on Tuesday felicitated two zonal heads for their performance in implementing the Bank’s One Time Settlement (OTS - 2021) scheme that was launched in January this year.

Zonal Head Baramulla Arshad Hussain Dar and Zonal Head Srinagar Syed Shafat Hussain Rufai received Certificates of Appreciation from the MD & CEO for their outstanding performance ‘in all parameters of Scheme’ and ‘in garnering highest amount under the scheme’ respectively during a review meeting at Bank’s corporate headquarters.

Commending the commitment displayed by the staff on ground, MD & CEO Baldev Prakash said, “We are moving in right direction and doing well also, but we have to supplement our efforts further to meet business targets in time. Going forward, we must not allow any further slippages especially during the next fortnight while maintaining focus on better management of SMA0 and SMA1 accounts.”

Meanwhile, as part of its digitalization drive, J&K Bank has signed an agreement with J&K State Motor Garages Department for providing of Fastag to all the vehicles of the department.

Director, Malik Tahir Gani signed the agreement on behalf of State Motor Garages Department while as Vice-President Imtiyaz Ahmad Bhat put in his signature representing J&K Bank in presence of Presidents Ashutosh Sareen and Narjay Gupta, Vice President Manju Gupta, Deputy Director State Motor Garages Syed Muarif Andrabi and other officers of the department at the Bank’s corporate headquarters last week.

Thanking J&K Bank for providing the facility within the set timelines, Director Malik Tahir said, “We have chosen J&K Bank for its quality solutions and the trust it has earned by consistently serving the people across J&K and beyond.

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