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Vijaya Bank handed over adoption certificate to 57 girls at Manipal

Published On : 06 Oct 2016   |  Reported By : Richard D'Souza


Udupi: Prosperity depends upon the prosperous of the society. Government is doing their best to uplift the society. But Non Government organizations should be the part of the development of the society as well, said Dr. Kishore Sansi, Managing Director and CEO of Vijaya Bank.

He was speaking during the occasion of handing over fund to 57 girl students which girl child adoption under CSR activity of the bank at Hotel Country Inn International on Tuesday, 04th October, 2016. He said whatever the small amount of the profit will be utilized for various programmes for the development of the society. We have equal opportunities in life and should live prosperously with society, he said.

The programme began with an invocation. Dr. Kishore Sansi inaugurated the programme by lighting the lamp. A. C. Swain General Manager of Vijaya Bank and M. J. Nagaraja Regional Deputy General Manager were present on the dais.

Vijaya Bank is not only providing education to adopted girl children but also providing toilets in every village of the country. Vijaya Bank is shining in all fields. It will provide various infrastructures to the society specially poorest of the poor.

Earlier, M. J. Nagaraja welcomed the gathered. Narendra of Udupi Vijaya Bank branch proposed vote of thanks.







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