Union Bank of India adopts Children Homes for Girls at Jaipur & Ajmer

Ms. Monika Kalia, General Manager (CCD), Union Bank of India 
along with Shri N.L. Meena, Commissioner & Secretary, Dept. for Child Rights, Govt. of Rajathan,
Smt. Shruti Bhardwaj, Addl. Commissioner, Dept. for Child Rights, Govt., of Rajasthan, and 
Shri Rajiv Sharma, IPS Offifcer, Additional Director General of Police (Anti Human Trafficking), 
Govt. of Rajasthan, at the exchange of MOU function held at Hotel Crown Plaza, Jaipur. Also present 
on the occasion is Shri Asheesh Pandey, Regional Head, Jaipur, Union Bank of India -Photo By Sachin Murdeshwar GPN NETWORKMs. Monika Kalia, General Manager (CCD), Union Bank of India along with Shri N.L. Meena, Commissioner & Secretary, Dept. for Child Rights, Govt. of Rajathan, Smt. Shruti Bhardwaj, Addl. Commissioner, Dept. for Child Rights, Govt., of Rajasthan, and Shri Rajiv Sharma, IPS Offifcer, Additional Director General of Police (Anti Human Trafficking), Govt. of Rajasthan, at the exchange of MOU function held at Hotel Crown Plaza, Jaipur. Also present on the occasion is Shri Asheesh Pandey, Regional Head, Jaipur, Union Bank of India -Photo By Sachin Murdeshwar GPN NETWORK

May 8, 2017 – Jaipur (GPN) : Union Bank of India through its social arm, Union Bank Social Foundation Trust (UBSFT) have today signed an MOU with Department of Child Rights, Government of Rajasthan, for implementation of ‘Adopt a Home’ program at Jaipur & Ajmer for up gradation of the existing facilities and services for children in the Homes. Rajasthan Police coordinated for the adoption of the two Girl Child Home by the UBSFT.

Union Bank of India, a premier Bank has always been in the forefront in carrying out such social activity for the benefit of the society at large.

UBSFT is proud to be associated with Department of Child Rights, Government of Rajasthan in implementing the program “Adopt a Home under Protsahan Yojana”. The objective of the scheme is to provide quality care and service by upgrading the facilities in government run Children’s Homes and Specialized adoption agencies.  These Children’s Homes accommodate orphan, destitute and other categories of vulnerable children.
UBSFT proposes Donation of Rs.34,00,000.00 (Rupees Thirty four lacs only) for up gradation of infrastructure facilities in Two Government run Children Homes at Jaipur and Ajmer centers.
Union Bank of India is the 5th largest Nationalized Bank by assets with a pan India presence. Established in the year 1919, and having its first head office inaugurated by the father of nation, Mahatma Gandhi, Union Bank offers products and services for retail, agriculture, MSME, large corporate and NRI customers through 4278 branches, which includes 4 overseas branches and 7541 ATMs, dedicated call centre operating 24*7 in 9 languages and digital channels like Internet Banking, Mobile Banking and Social Media, viz. facebook, twitter, Instagram & Youtube. The Bank has a business mix of Rs.6,56,819 Crore, with deposits of Rs.3,79,807 Crore and advances of Rs.2,77,012 Crore as of December, 2016.ENDS.

 

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Sachin Murdeshwar
Sachin Murdeshwar is a Sr.Journalist and Columnist in several Mainline Newspapers and Portals.He is an ardent traveller and likes to explore destinations to the core.

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