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6:07 pm - Tuesday July 25, 2017

SBI donates medical equipment to Sadguru Sewa Sangh Trust

Bhopal : State Bank of India (SBI) under its corporate social responsibility (CSR) policy donated a medical equipment worth Rs 25 lakh to Shri Sadguru Sewa Sangh Trust, Anandpur, Lateri, district Vidisha. In a programme held at SBI local head office (LHO) in Bhopal, bank’s Managing Director (National Banking Group) Rajnish Singh donated the equipment to the representatives of the Trust.

This medical equipment will be used for eye surgery of patients belonging to the poor sections of the society. Around 70000 patients in the OPD and 60000 patients in the Surgery Department of the hospital being run by the Trust were benefited in the last few years by the services of the organization.

Speaking at the function Rajnish Kumar said that responsiveness to the needs of the society and responsibility to meet those needs is ingrained in SBI’s ethos. CSR is not an isolated practice or initiative for SBI but runs through its entire business paradigm. Also present on the occasion were KT Ajit, Chief General Manager, PT Pammi, SP Singh and Deepak Chopra, all general managers and senior officials of the bank.

Posted in: Bhopal

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