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SBI opens 37th ATM in Zunheboto
Published on 24 Jun. 2010 12:32 AM IST
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State Bank of India has opened 37th ATM in Nagaland at Zunheboto on June 11. ATM was inaugurated by DC Zunheboto T. Kiheto Sema as the chief guest. DC requested the people of Zunheboto to use ATM with great care and treat it as their own. He requested SBI to provide more Staff in case of MGNREGA implementation through Bank in the future.
TAP Paul, Sales Planner, SBI, RBO, Dimapur who is also Regional Secretary, SBIOA (NEC) Dimapur highlighted on SBI’s financial such as SBI Life for Life Insurance and Investment, SBI Mutual Fund for better Investment, SBI General Insurance for Property Insurance, Mobile banking and Internet banking facilities for anytime, anywhere banking, ATM Card for anywhere, anytime cash/shopping, SBI Credit Card, etc.
Assistant General Manager, SBI, RBO, Dimapur A. K. Das highlighted on latest Banking Technology to the doorstep of the people of Nagaland regardless of the distance and remoteness. He announced that another ATM would be considered within this year at Zunheboto Town itself.
He stressed that the Youth should be exposed to Alternate Channel Banking like Mobile Banking & Internet Banking as it may not be possible to open Branches everywhere or set up ATM at every road junction.
He assured Senior Citizens that a dedicated counter for the Pensioners will be opened during the first week of every Month. A. Loly Moses, DGS, SBISA (NEC) also asked the people to make the best use of the facilities provided by SBI. Khekiye Rochill, Advisor, Zunheboto Town Council and Sukhato Rotokha, Secretary Sumi Literature Board also spoke at the inaugural function.
Delegates from SP Office, Treasury Office, other government departments, Sumi Hoho, Senior Citizen Forum, Sumi Literature Board, Zunheboto Adhoc Town Council, Customers and SBI Officials from Regional Office, Zunheboto/Aghunato were also present.

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