SBI visited school to introduce pehli Udaan in Ashok nagar
By Vaibhav Aggarwal
Nov 27, 2014
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A week ago State Bank of India introduced ‘Pehli Udaan’ a savings account for the minors at the campus of Akshara School at Ashok Nagar. The minors of the age 10 years and above can handle their account on their own.

Apart from savings account facility, the Pehli Udaan will offer the children with facility of branded passbook and cheque book, along with it personalized photo ATM cum debit card will also be issued to the account holders.

SBI visited the bank to encourage the students and help them in learning the importance of savings. The bank wanted to teach the children about the variations of the personal finance. The bank also asked the children to visit the bank and learn all about the modern banking aspects.

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