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Bank of Baroda organizes all India seminar on “Demonetization and Digital India”

Bank of Baroda organizes all India seminar on “Demonetization and Digital India”

India Blooms News Service | | 10 Feb 2017, 07:02 pm
New Delhi, Feb 10 (IBNS): Bank of Baroda, Corporate Office organized an All India Seminar on “Demonetization and Digital India” in New Delhi on Feb 6.

The seminar was inaugurated by Dr. Bipin Bihari, Joint Secretary, Official Language Dept., Ministry of Home Affairs, GOI, New Delhi.

The inaugural session was presided over by Ashok Kumar Garg, Executive Director, Bank of Baroda. General Manager of Delhi Zone, Ram Kumar Gupta welcomed the guests and participants of the function. The Executives/ Officers of various Public Sector Banks participated in the seminar.

On this occasion the bank also released a compilation of select articles based on the previously conducted “Rural Marketing and Banking Business” Seminar in the form of a book. Participants made presentations on topics such as the impact of demonetization on economy, a curb on blackmoney, expansion of alternate delivery channels, cashless society etc and participated in the deliberations and discussions.

The sessions of the seminar were chaired by General Manager of Bank of India - Shri Mritunjay Gupta, General Manager of Oriental Bank of Commerce - Charanjeet Singh and Ex-Director of Indian Railways (OL) -Vijay Kumar Malhotra.

The seminar concluded with the key note address by  Leeladhar Mandloi, Director, Bhartiya Jnanpith, New Delhi. Overall program was co-ordinated by Jawahar Karnavat, Dy. General Manager, Bank of Baroda.