J&K Bank commissions 5 ATMs in Pulwama
SRINAGAR, Sept 22: At J&K Bank, customer comfort remains the focus of all our policies and practices. Expanding the network of ATMs across the region is part of this policy, as they provide faster, hassle-free and reliable banking services to the people far beyond the normal working hours of the bank.
J&K Bank Chairman and Managing Director R K Chhibber stated this today while commissioning five Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) in district Pulwama taking the total number of such machines in the zone to 102.
In line with bank’s mission to extend basic banking services to people irrespective of their location and status, District Development Commissioner (DDC) Pulwama, Dr Raghav Langer and the bank’s (CMD) R K Chhibber jointly inaugurated the ATMs in Pulwama at New Court Complex, Chatapora and Degree College for Women in presence of Zonal Head Kashmir South (I) Mohammad Shafi Salroo, Special Secretary (CMD) Karanjit Singh, Cluster Heads, LDMs and other officers of the bank.
Principal and District Session Judge Mohammad Ibrahim Wani and Principal, Degree College for Women Pulwama Mushtaq Ahmad Lone were also present during the inauguration of ATMs at the New Court Complex and College campus respectively.
During an interaction at the bank’s Zonal Office South, the CMD reiterated that unnecessary rejection of the KCC and other Government sponsored cases was unacceptable and underlined the importance of improved co-ordination between the bank and the sponsoring agencies to improve synergy and reduce rejections.
Later in the day, the CMD also e-inaugurated two teller machines commissioned in Tukroo Shopian and Murran Pulwama.
Post-inaugural ceremony, the CMD interacted with the staff posted at the zonal office.
“You are doing appreciably well. However, the challenges posed by the economic slow-down caused by the ongoing pandemic seem to be growing for banks in general, therefore, we need to catch up with these faster and be ready to turn the tide in our favour”, said the CMD urging, “The only success mantra is to meet the genuine expectations of customers and people at large.”