27 All woman branches inaugurated by chairman of SBI
By Joseph Samson
Dec 9, 2013
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The largest bank of the country, SBI's chairperson, Arundhati Bhattacharya had inaugurated on Saturday the 27 all woman branches which fell in the circle of Chandigarh. During her visit to the bank's head office in Chandigarh, which is also the controlled office for the branches in four states of the north namely Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Jammu and Kashmir, setting aside Chandigarh which was the union territory, the all woman personal banking branch located at Sector 17 was also inaugurated by her.

In a SBI release which was issued by her, she stated that out of the 27 branches within the Chandigarh Circle, the all woman branch is also part of it. Moreover, there are also plans in the pipeline to open all woman branches of the bank in every district that fell within the circle.

In another statement, it was said that the staff of the branch have already provided all the necessary information to Bhattacharya in order to take the bank to a new level.

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