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GUWAHATI, Sept 17 � The SBI pensioners meet and the annual general meeting of the SBI Pensioners Association (SBIPA), North East Circle, was held at the SBI local head

office auditorium here on Sunday.

About 300 members from different States of the region took part in the events.

Speaking as the chief guest at the pensioners� meet, Sanjay Kumar Magoo, Chief General Manager, SBI NE Circle, assured the pensioners that State Bank�s pension,

provident fund and gratuity (PPG) department would continue to offer its services to make the retired life of the employees both peaceful and productive.

He said, �We are open to ideas from all of you on issues that touch you, such as medical and healthcare and timely payment of your pension.�

On behalf of the SBI, Magoo presented a desktop computer with a printer as a goodwill gesture to the SBIPA.

Others who addressed the meet were Sham Lal Garg, DGM and CDO, SBI, Sanjay Srivastava, DGM Guwahati Module SBI, PK Baishya, general secretary, SBI Staff Association

and Samir Kumar Mukherjee, general secretary, SBI Officers� Association, NE Circle.

Padmashri Mukul Goswami and his wife Anjana Goswami were felicitated by Syamal Chakrabarti, general secretary, SBIPA. An amount of Rs 10,000 was handed over to them as

SBIPA�s support to Ashadeep, the organization run by the Goswamis for helping the disadvantageous sections of the society.

Nine members of SBIPA were felicitated by JP Saikia, president, SBIPA, and SK Magoo, CGM, on their attaining 75 years of age. Lifetime contribution awards were

presented to PC Baruah and Amal Kanti Bhattacharjee, former secretary and president of SBIPA. BK Upadhyay was felicitated for his outstanding services extended to

families of deceased pensioners.

In the annual general meeting that followed the pensioners meet, the annual report of the association was presented by the general secretary and accounts by LC

Mahanta, joint secretary. It was announced that the total membership of the association in the Northeast has crossed the 1,000-mark this year. The AGM concluded after

the zonal secretaries of Agartala, Dibrugarh, Imphal, Jorhat, Shillong, Tezpur, Dhubri, Goalpara, Karimganj and Nalbari presented reports of their activities.

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SBI pensioners� meet held

GUWAHATI, Sept 17 � The SBI pensioners meet and the annual general meeting of the SBI Pensioners Association (SBIPA), North East Circle, was held at the SBI local head

office auditorium here on Sunday.

About 300 members from different States of the region took part in the events.

Speaking as the chief guest at the pensioners� meet, Sanjay Kumar Magoo, Chief General Manager, SBI NE Circle, assured the pensioners that State Bank�s pension,

provident fund and gratuity (PPG) department would continue to offer its services to make the retired life of the employees both peaceful and productive.

He said, �We are open to ideas from all of you on issues that touch you, such as medical and healthcare and timely payment of your pension.�

On behalf of the SBI, Magoo presented a desktop computer with a printer as a goodwill gesture to the SBIPA.

Others who addressed the meet were Sham Lal Garg, DGM and CDO, SBI, Sanjay Srivastava, DGM Guwahati Module SBI, PK Baishya, general secretary, SBI Staff Association

and Samir Kumar Mukherjee, general secretary, SBI Officers� Association, NE Circle.

Padmashri Mukul Goswami and his wife Anjana Goswami were felicitated by Syamal Chakrabarti, general secretary, SBIPA. An amount of Rs 10,000 was handed over to them as

SBIPA�s support to Ashadeep, the organization run by the Goswamis for helping the disadvantageous sections of the society.

Nine members of SBIPA were felicitated by JP Saikia, president, SBIPA, and SK Magoo, CGM, on their attaining 75 years of age. Lifetime contribution awards were

presented to PC Baruah and Amal Kanti Bhattacharjee, former secretary and president of SBIPA. BK Upadhyay was felicitated for his outstanding services extended to

families of deceased pensioners.

In the annual general meeting that followed the pensioners meet, the annual report of the association was presented by the general secretary and accounts by LC

Mahanta, joint secretary. It was announced that the total membership of the association in the Northeast has crossed the 1,000-mark this year. The AGM concluded after

the zonal secretaries of Agartala, Dibrugarh, Imphal, Jorhat, Shillong, Tezpur, Dhubri, Goalpara, Karimganj and Nalbari presented reports of their activities.