· Coins worth Rs. 20 lakhs were exchanged
Ranchi: ICICI Bank Ltd, India's largest private sector bank, organized two coin exchange melas at Agricultural Produce Market Committee, Pandra and at Federation of Jharkhand Chamber of Commerce and Industries (FJCCI) in Ranchi, under the guidance of the Reserve Bank of India.
The Bank periodically organises Coin Exchange Melas to offer free facility of exchanging acceptable soiled and mutilated currency notes with coins to the general public. It is a much-awaited event that receives an overwhelming response from people from all walks of life. Anyone can avail of this facility free of cost.
The event saw participation of over 100 people. The Bank exchanged coins worth Rs. 20 lakhs in the denomination of Rs.10, Rs.5, Rs.2 and Re.1 during these melas.
The Bank services its large customer base through a multi-channel delivery network of 4050 branches, the largest among private sector banks in the country and 12,091 ATMs, call center, internet banking (www.icicibank.com), mobile banking and banking on Facebook & Twitter. It has over 49 branches in Jharkhand.
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