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Archana Projects, Corporation Bank Manipal promote digital India

Published On : 08 Dec 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Udupi: To promote digital campaign and cashless transactions, Archana Projects in collaboration with Corporation Bank, Manipal conducted a campaign on Wednesday December 7, to open bank accounts for workers both in organised and unorganised sectors at their site.

The workers were educated about the mode of operation, advantages of banking, various facilities, cashless operation by the chief manager of Corporation Bank Manipal, Rajendra Kumar Pati. They were all issued debit cards. Managing partners of Archana Projects, Dr Aravind Nayak Ammunje welcomed and graced the occasion.

Purshotham Shetty, marketing department, ZO, Udupi, Srinivas Kamath, Prabhakar from Corporation Bank Manipal were present. Amit Aravind, partner and engineer Archana Projects said digital and cashless transactions are the future of India and all should support and be part of it.

The programme was a huge success and 100 accounts were opened. Secretary of Ranghabhoomi Pradeep Chandra, Sripad and Metimudiyappa were also present.







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