Srinagar- Taking forward its ease-of-banking mission, J&K Bank commissioned three Cash Recycler Machines, one each, at Jawahar Nagar Rajouri, Fruit Mandi Sopore and Main Branch Uri.
The Bank’s General Manager & Divisional Head (Kashmir) Tabassum Nazir inaugurated the CRM at Fruit Mandi Sopore in presence of Zonal Head (Baramulla) Imtiyaz Ahmed Bhat, President Fruit Mandi Sopore Fayaz Ahmad Malik amid a gathering of valuable customers, traders, local residents and other bank officials.
Speaking on the occasion, GM Tabassum Nazir said that the Bank has embarked upon the journey of service-excellence with a host of digital offerings along with other alternate channels of banking which has brought efficiency ans ease of business to the door steps of public in general and to our customers in particular.
In Rajouri, DDC Chairman Naseem Liaqat inaugurated the CRM today in presence of Bank’s Zonal Head (Rajouri) Satish Kumar, representatives of Beopar Mandal Rajouri amid a gathering of valuable customers and other officials of the Bank.
Commending the role of J&K bank in providing latest and convenient banking facilities to the people, Naseem Liaqat said that the CRM would make banking easy, accessible and time-saving for the residents and local businessmen. This is the sixth CRM in district Rajouri taking the total tally to eight in this zone.
Meanwhile, SDM (Uri) Jatin Kishore (IAS) inaugurated the CRM at the Bank’s Main Branch Uri in presence of Zonal Head (Baramulla) Imtiyaz Ahmed Bhat, Cluster Head Sheikh Mohammad Muzaffar, and Branch Manager Fayaz Ahmad amid gathering of valuable customers, local residents and other Bank officials.
Lauding the contribution of J&K bank in rendering the world class banking facilities to the people in the remotest areas of UT, SDM (Uri) urged the people to avail the facilities besides other products especially the government sponsored schemes.
On the occasions, Zonal Heads reiterated that the installation of CRMs will reduce the footfall in adjacent branches resulting in better customer service.
Residents at all the three locations appreciated the bank’s efforts saying the machines will address the banking needs of people beyond working hours and during all days of week including holidays.
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