Karnataka Bank has donated a sum of Rs 25.00 lakh to Chief Minister Relief Fund Natural Calamity 2018
Deepthi | Myequity news | Date : 04-09-2018 16:30:00 IST
Shri Raghavendra Bhat M, Chief Operating Officer of the Bank has called on Shri H D Kumaraswamy, Honourable Chief Minister of Karnataka at his office at Vidhan Soudha, Bengaluru and personally handed over the Bank's contribution in the form of demand draft of Rs 25.00 lakh to the Chief Minister.
Handing over the demand draft Shri Raghavendra Bhat M said “we are deeply pained to see our own brethren being severely affected in this natural calamity and we consider it as our bounden duty to offer ourselves in whatever possible ways in rebuilding their lives. We hope our contribution in this direction will help in the efforts of the State under the able leadership of Shri H D Kumaraswamy, Honourable Chief Minister to reclaim the title of Kashmir of South India by restoring the landscape, public infrastructure and above all by lifting the spirits of the affected people."
Accepting the Demand Draft Shri H D Kumaraswamy, Chief Minister, thanked Shri Raghavendra Bhat M, for the kind gesture and wished the Bank all the best in its endeavors.About Karnataka Bank Limited:
The Karnataka Bank Limited is a scheduled commercial banking institution based in Mangaluru in Karnataka, India. Karnataka Bank Limited has a network of 814 branches, 1374 ATMs and 160 e-lobbies/mini e-lobbies across 22 states and 2 union territories. It has 8,220 employees and over 9.65 million customers throughout the country. Its shares are privately owned by over 1,46,000 shareholders. In August 2008, Karnataka Bank Limited received the Sun and NDTV Green IT Award. Sun Microsystems and NDTV gave the award to in recognition of the bank's "green policies" and use of earth-friendly technology such as solar power. The bank has the Best Bank Award for "Managing IT Risk" under small bank category for the year 2010-11, instituted by Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology (IDRBT). Karnataka Bank Limited has adopted Core banking, Internet banking and has established its "MoneyPlant" [1374 Automated Teller Machine] system across the country.