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Mukul inaugurates 1st digital branch of NE SBI

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SHILLONG, March 30 - The first Digital Branch of State Bank of India in North East was inaugurated by Chief Minister Mukul Sangma here today at the premises of State Bank of India, Main Branch.

Inaugurating the branch, Sangma said the new digitized branch will cater to �smart clients with smart banking facilities and associated financial delivery systems.�

The Digital branch is driven by smart and user-friendly state-of-the-art technology with a wide range of banking facilities like Internet banking, Internet savings, mobile banking etc. with minimum human intervention. It is a self-contained and self-sufficient branch having safe features in all its features.

The Chief Minister also expressed concern over Internet Banking security and stated there is a need to adopt higher application system to make it temper proof and make Internet Banking more safer.

Sangma also said there is a need for an �aggressive sensitization and Financial Literacy programme� to be conducted by banks.

In this regard, he urged the banks to collaborate with the different government programmes so that such initiatives would open up opportunities not only for the banks but also for micro and small entrepreneurs.

Sangma said that with access to digital highway there would be better Internet connectivity in the state and the whole digital connectivity could be taken to the last village.

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Mukul inaugurates 1st digital branch of NE SBI

SHILLONG, March 30 - The first Digital Branch of State Bank of India in North East was inaugurated by Chief Minister Mukul Sangma here today at the premises of State Bank of India, Main Branch.

Inaugurating the branch, Sangma said the new digitized branch will cater to �smart clients with smart banking facilities and associated financial delivery systems.�

The Digital branch is driven by smart and user-friendly state-of-the-art technology with a wide range of banking facilities like Internet banking, Internet savings, mobile banking etc. with minimum human intervention. It is a self-contained and self-sufficient branch having safe features in all its features.

The Chief Minister also expressed concern over Internet Banking security and stated there is a need to adopt higher application system to make it temper proof and make Internet Banking more safer.

Sangma also said there is a need for an �aggressive sensitization and Financial Literacy programme� to be conducted by banks.

In this regard, he urged the banks to collaborate with the different government programmes so that such initiatives would open up opportunities not only for the banks but also for micro and small entrepreneurs.

Sangma said that with access to digital highway there would be better Internet connectivity in the state and the whole digital connectivity could be taken to the last village.

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