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JK Bank signs MoU with CUK, dedicates passenger bus for students
5/8/2019 10:39:52 PM
Early Times Report
SRINAGAR, May 8: Forging ahead in its mission of Industry Academia partnership for collaborative cross pollination of knowledge and resources J&K Bank today entered into an MoU with the Central University of Kashmir (CUK), whereby both conferred the preferential status on each other in their banker-customer relationship.
The MOU was signed post inauguration of the Bank's ATM in CUK's Green Campus jointly by the Chairman and CEO J&K Bank, Parvez Ahmed and Vice Chancellor CUK, Mehrajud din Mir in presence of Bank's Executive Presidents, P K Tickoo and R K Chhiber, President, Rakesh Gandotra, Zonal Head Syed Rais Maqbool, Registrar CUK Dr Fayaz Ahmad Nikka, Director R&D Prof Abdul Gani, Dean Business School Farooq Ahmad Shah, Controller Exams Parveena Pandit besides other senior officials of the Bank, faculty & administrative staff of the CUK besides a large gathering of students.
The Chairman and CEO JK Bank was also felicitated by the Vice Chancellor, who described him as visionary leader of a dedicated and committed team of employees. Commending the leadership of the bank, the Vice Chancellor said, "We have special weakness for this bank because it is also the major employer for the people of J&K state and has played a vital role in employment of bright and meritorious youth of the state. I feel proud to see the bank forging ahead under the able leadership of Chairman Parvez Ahmed who is working passionately and has brought a new dimension to the functioning of the bank."
On the occasion, the VC CUK Professor Mehraj ud din also offered a piece of land to the bank at the university's Tulmula Campus for building a full-fledged branch. The bank offered to create a digital lobby at the university's permanent campus. A 32-seater passenger bus was dedicated by the Bank for student welfare to the university under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme.
Speaking on the occasion, the Chairman said, "The core objective of the Central University of Kashmir which is working for the upliftment of the humanity at large is in perfect alignment to the JK Bank's vision of serving to empower each and every individual for economic upliftment. The signing of the MOU is the beginning of a mutual relationship which goes well beyond business but will also herald a benefice cycle for the students and society in this region by collaborative pooling of resources."
On the occasion, Chairman also interacted with the students from MBA, M.Com and MTM departments of the university wherein in a freewheeling discussion he answered queries on several issues.
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