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J&K Bank strengthens ties with Kashmir University
7/11/2018 10:30:19 PM
Early Times Report

Srinagar, July 11: J&K Bank has conferred the 'Most Preferred Client' status to the University of Kashmir besides laying the foundation stone of a modern banking center comprising of a Business Unit and a Digital Lounge within the campus.
"With a promising beginning like this, we will only scale up our operations here and expand the ambit of our relations in all the areas of mutual benefit and collective good," J&K Bank Chairman and CEO Parvez Ahmed stated this today shortly after the Vice-Chancellor Kashmir University (KU) Professor Khurshid Iqbal Andrabi in his presence laid the foundation stone for the construction of bank's own Business Unit and Digital Lounge within the campus of Kashmir University.
Those present on the foundation stone ceremony included Registrar KU Professor Khurshid Ahmad Bhat, Dean Academic Affairs Professor Musadiq Amin Suhaf, Dean Research Professor Zafar Ahmad Reshi, and Dean Colleges Development Council Doctor Nelofar Khan, Bank's Executive Presidents P K Tickoo, Rajesh Kumar Chhibber, Presidents, Vice Presidents, KU Faculty members, officials and other officers of the bank.
Chairman further said, "As a firm believer in the cross-pollination of ideas between the industry and academia, it has been a long-standing desire to strengthen our already deep ties with the Kashmir University further and we got a perfect opportunity today. Therefore I extend my gratitude to Professor Andrabi under whose leadership we have been allotted land for the establishment of this facility that opens a door for us to provide prompt, hassle-free and state-of-the-art banking services to the faculty, administration, and the students."
"Alongside, we shall establish a state-of-the-art digital lounge within the premises to provide a world-class facility offering an immersive experience through an array of channels, self-service zone, information and interaction stations besides serving as a business lounge."
Reiterating the bank's larger role in the state, Parvez Ahmed said, "I assure you that we shall continue to play a leading role in catalyzing the socio-economic development of the state."
Speaking on the occasion, Vice-Chancellor Professor Khurshid Iqbal Andrabi said, "Mutual business interests don't always result in forging partnerships. I think the motivation was slightly different here. With J&K Bank, we've always felt like a family and this sense of belonging with this bank played the key role besides the charismatic personal touch of the Chairman."
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