Civil Bank, as part of its ninth anniversary celebrations, is organizing various programs spread over a month in its 41 branches across the country. The bank has also announced scholarships for deserving students between grades XI and X in various government schools through its 36 branches.
On the occasion, the bank inaugurated three new branches, in Nijgadh, Chandranigahapur and Damauli. Opening its branch in Damauli, the bank provided 50 dustbins to Byas municipality. Similarly, it provided a printer to Satyaswar Shivashakti Primary School during the inauguration of Nijgadh branch. And, during the inauguration of the Chandranigahapur branch, Sunaulo Abhiyaan Nepal was given a check of Rs 25,000 for a religious center.
Laxmi Bank’s new branches
Laxmi Bank Ltd (LBL) inaugurated its 118th and 119th branches in Gorusinge and Pakadi, Kapilvastu respectively this week. These branches will offer full range of retail banking services, including small businesses, a press release issued by the bank read.
With the addition of the latest branches, Laxmi Bank’s network now includes 119 branches across 48 districts, two extension counters, four hospital service counters, 144 ATMs, 2,500 remittance agents and 64 branchless banking agents across the country.