Central Bank of India to bring e-lobby kiosks for youth
By Neelima Shankar
Mar 13, 2012
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Public sector lender Central Bank of India is actively targetting the youth as a promising customer segment and has started coming up with offerings of interest to them.

The lender now plans to come up with as many as 100 self reliant kiosks in the coming year. The kiosks would be offering 24X7 and modern amenities in them would be there so as to attract more and more young customers.

"We are aggressively targeting youngsters, who can come any time of the day and night for banking services at our e-lobby kiosks," MV Tanksale, chairman and managing director of Central Bank of India said.

"At the e-lobby, customers can on a self-service basis access all ATM services, internet banking, cash withdrawal, balance inquiry, mini statement, pin change, funds transfer, income tax payment, cheque deposit, status inquiry, cash deposit and pass book printing," Tanksale said.

"The machine instaled at the e-lobby will accept genuine notes and give a receipt and reject any fake currency," he added.


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1. Hi,
I want to open central bank of India kiosk pls suggest me what is the criteria.
Srikant rai
Srikant rai (Posted: Dec 23, 2016)
2. Sir
I want to open central bank kiosk please send the proses how I open kisok
Nilkamal das (Posted: Aug 23, 2016)
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