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Central Bank of India opens 101 branches, ATMs and Ultra Small Branches

Public-sector bank, Central Bank of India in order to mark 102nd Foundation Day of the bank has opened 101 branches, 101 ATMs, 101 Ultra Small Branches, besides launching 10,001 Kisan Credit Cards, 101 Education Loans, linkage of 1,001 Self Help Groups and converted 101 branches into Cent Navchetna branches. The bank has celebrated its 102nd Foundation Day at New Delhi on December 21, 2012.

Besides this, the bank has also opened Money Exchange Counters at New Delhi Railway Station and at Srinagar Airport to facilitate the passengers visiting these places. The bank also laid down the stone of 11th Rural Development and Self Development Training Institute across the country. 

Further, under its Corporate Social Responsibility activities the bank has dedicated one mobile Medicare Unit for bed-ridden and immobile elders through Helpage India. 

Central Bank of India was the first Indian commercial bank, which was wholly owned and managed by Indians. Central Bank of India which has got pan India presence with more than 4,100 branches, has been continuously devoted itself in the service of the retail customers through its customer centric approach.

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