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Punjab National Bank puts stall at India International Trade Fair at New Delhi


To facilitate the general public, bank has installed 2 ATMs in the stall and a Mobile ATM van outside the stall. Bank has also started a mobile exchange counter for the visitors for exchange of old notes.

By PPFI Team

November 19, 2016

Smt. Usha Ananthasubramanian, MD & CEO Punjab National Bank, formally inaugurated the stall put up by the bank at the 36th India International Trade Fair, a prestigious annual event organised by Indian Trade Promotion Organization at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The function was also graced by Smt. Abha Singh Yaduvanshi, Joint Secretary, Lok Sabha Secretariat, Dr. Rajesh Yaduvanshi, Zonal Manger, PNB, Delhi& NCR, Shri. N D Bansal, Circle Head Central Delhi Circle and other officials of Circle Office.

In line with the theme of ‘Digital India’this year, the bank’s stall has also been designed accordingly i.e. Digital PNB and Retail PNB. The desks are being managed by IT savvy staff of the bank who is educating the visitors about various digital products of the bank. Bank is also opening accounts of visitors through tab banking on the spot and providing POS machines to the various stalls.



To facilitate the general public, bank has installed 2 ATMs in the stall and a Mobile ATM van outside the stall. Bank has also started a mobile exchange counter for the visitors for exchange of old notes.  



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