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SBI observe bank day; adopts children
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, JULY 1(NPN):
Published on 1 Jul. 2010 11:50 PM IST
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Dimapur evening branch of State Bank of India celebrated the ‘State Bank of India Day’ here on Thursday at SBI Dimapur evening branch, Church Road. To commemorate the occasion, SBI Dimapur evening branch adopted six children in the age group of 6 to 14 years under SBI Girl Child Adoption scheme. The bank also felicitated three meritorious students from Green Wood School, Christian Higher Secondary School and Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School who have excelled in their academic performance in HSLC examination 2010 and also having an account in SBI.
Speaking on the occasion as chief guest, president of Naga Council Dimapur Savi Lagisie, thanked SBI Dimapur evening branch for helping the citizens of Dimapur through Naga Council and for doing the great job throughout the nation. Sharing his experience, Savi said SBI Dimapur evening branch started functioning in 1984 and was one of the clients in 1985 and till today was impressed with the service SBI was providing. Appreciating SBI for its 200 years of service, Savi on behalf of Naga Council assured their cooperation to SBI and especially to SBI Dimapur evening branch towards helping the people of Dimapur and developing the economic condition of Nagaland.
Others who spoke on the occasion included Romesh Hasmukh, special assistant SBI Dimapur evening branch; S.R. Ahmed, chief manager SBI Dimapur evening branch, customer, principals, parents and others.
MOKOKCHUNG: SBI Mokokchung Bazar Branch Thursday celebrated Bank Day in presence of its customers, and adopted girl child. Delivering the welcome address, Branch Manager D. N Konwar said Bank Day had been celebrated on this day all over the country since 1955. Branch Manager also declared that scholarship for the two adopted Girl Child fir the current year will be credited to their account. The celebration was also followed by general discussion where customers and bank officials had a healthy consultation on various points regarding the bank.
SBI observe ‘year of entrepreneurs’ in Tuensang
Along with the rest of the country, State Bank of India Tuensang celebrated the bank day on at office chamber of branch manager. Speaking on the occasion, Hari. K. Subba, Branch Manager Tuensang, said the year being ‘Year of Entrepreneur’ in the state, SBI Tuensang had recognized customer who used bank loan productivity for improve their living standard and level of income generation. The branch manager also said state bank was keen interest to associate with the type of customer in financing future bankable undertaking. Hari. K. Subba, further, presented some gift items to two beneficiaries of their successful life.
SBI Lerie Branch adopt four students
State Bank of India, Lerie Branch adopted four girls for their education on the occasion of Bank Day.The adopted four girl children include, Vimhono, Nothuno, Mhaletunü and Aletonu. With their adoption, SBI branch will sponsor their education, consisting of their admission and school fees upto class VIII.
On the occasion, SBI Lerie Branch also presented gifts to adopted children, its valuable customer Metsevü, Pensioner Vikho Mao and GB Upper AG Colony Hekeye.
The SBI Branch Manager Incharge Deben Bordoloi while delivering message to the customer and well wisher said that by adopting girl child, the SBI Branch humanistic approach in the society may effect in the best of the common people and hope. Humanistic value in the society must be increased, he added.
“My bank is always alert about the social obligations and follows pure banking by maintaining fairness in all dealings and relations with the public,” Bordoloi said and termed the customers and the public as the backbone and blood of the bank which was felt every moment in the day to day service.
Deputy General Secretary, State Bank of India Staff Association, A Lolly Moses also spoke on the occasion. He also said that the SBI has opened 50 Branches across Nagaland including in remote areas unlike other Banking institution which confined itself only in Dimapur and Kohima. He also revealed that SBI Lerie Branch alone was running to a lost of around Rs.30-40 lakh annually from PMRY due to poor recovery.
Metsevü, a valuable customer of Branch and Hekeye, GB, Upper AG Colony also spoke on the occasion.
On the occasion, the staff of SBI Branch also took a pledge to strive unceasingly to make SBI the bank of first choice for everybody and take pride in their work and be prompt in their dealings. (Correspondent)

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