Bhubaneswar: The Bhubaneswar Zone of Bank of India designated Kaitha village near Chhatia in Jajpur district as digital village as part of its star mahotsav celebration. Over 700 accounts were opened in the name of villages and debt cards were issued on this occasion. A number of POS machines and QR code were also distributed to local businessmen to promote cashless transaction. Speaking on the occasion, the general manager Sankardas Gupta said that various competitive products including digital banking services were available to cater to the various need of the customers.
The star mahotsavs were organized by various branches of the bank. This time, Ranihat in Cuttack, Sailashree Vihar and Kharvela Nagar in Bhubaneswar branches were chosen as pilot branches for the the mahotsav. BoI executive director, R A Sankara Narayanan, zonal manager, Amit Roy, DZM, Sarbeswar Behura, BoI Officers’ Association Odisha unit general secretary, Manoranjan Das graced the mahotsavs organized in various branches of the bank.