SBI bank’s initiative to help farmers and rural areas
By Vaibhav Aggarwal
Jul 30, 2014
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Apart from banking banks also work for the development and growth of society. These days banks are focusing more towards the rural and agriculture (Farmers) area. The top leading bank of the country State bank Of India has taken an initiative of village adaptation scheme, under which bank has taken a new village Chikkotnekal village, in Manvi Taluk of Raichuras.

Deputy Managing Director of the bank reported that bank has decided to look after the activities like soil reclamation, adoption of new varieties, adoption of new cultivation practices and dairy development. Further the bank will also assist the farmers by starting a program that will provide the training the knowledge to the farmers regarding the BT cotton and various cultivation skills. The bank will also establish a customer service point over here that will offer the facilities of making transactions from there.

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