Central Bank of India moving towards self-service any time banking

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By Sarkaritel October 19, 2021 17:55

Central Bank of India moving towards self-service any time banking


New Delhi, Oct 19: To take India one step ahead and provide self-service convenient banking to its customers Central Bank of India has introduced passbook printing kiosk. Bank has planned to install 1000 such machines in the coming days to enhance customer experience while inaugurating its firstpass book printing kiosk at Bank’s Main office in Mumbai.

The new facility is inaugurated by Rajeev Puri, Executive Director in the presence of Mohit Kodnani, General Manager- Transaction Banking , Sandip Gulati, General Manager –  FI,  Rajesh Kumar, Field General Manager etc.

The new facility is another milestone of the bank with the use of technology to enables customers to carry out passbook printing in self service mode using barcode technology. Customers can print their passbooks of Savings, Recurring Deposit as well as PPF account through the facility round the clock, even after branch timings.

On the occasion of  75 YEARS OF AZADI KA AMRIT MAHOTSAV  bank has also flagged off a car rally from fort, MUMBAI  to Ville Parle, MUMBAI  covering distance of 40 kms.

 This rally was inaugurated jointly by Vasti Venkatesh, General Manager Marketing/CCD , Rajesh Kumar, Field General Manager, MMZO and S H Ayubi, Chief Marketing Officer of the Bank.  Staff of the Bank in large numbers participated in this rally.

Sarkaritel
By Sarkaritel October 19, 2021 17:55