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SBI celebrates its 210th anniversary

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  30 Jun 2016 12:00 AM GMT

SILCHAR, June 29: The prestigious and one of the oldest banks of the country, State Bank of India, celebrated its 210th anniversary at Gandhi Bhawan here on Tuesday. The programme has been celebrated in various parts of the country. The programme titled, ‘Town Hall Meeting’, began with lighting of the auspicious lamp by State Bank of India’s Shyama Prasad Roy Choudhury, regiol mager, Silchar, Sanjoy Deb, (PBD), chief mager, H B Roy, area general mager (RASMECC), Sukumal Mazumdar, chief mager (Rural) and Shyamal Choudhury, chief mager, (Adminstrative). Employees, staffs, customers, well-wishers and other workers were present on this important occasion. Shyama Prasad Roy Choudhury, said, “It is a remarkable achievement for the bank. On this date, at around 600 places, this programme ‘Town Hall Meeting’ is being celebrated. The credit definitely goes to our highly esteemed customers who banks on us.” He also spoke about the history behind the legacy of State Bank of India. “The bank came into being on June 28, 1806. Through the Bank of Kolkata, Bank of Mumbai and Bank of Madras, the SBI has come into existence,” he added. Shyama Prasad Roy Choudhury mentioned it in particular that it is the customers who deserves congratulatory notes on this occasion. He assured that SBI will stand for in any fincial crisis and will continue to serve the people and the tion as a whole.

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