Bank of Baroda was conferred the Rajbhasha Kirti award by Shri Amit Shah, Union Minister of Home Affairs

Bank of Baroda, country’s second largest public sector bank, was recently awarded the Rajbhasha Kirti Award for the year 2018-19 under ‘B’ linguistic region. The award was given to the bank for exceptional achievement in implementing the official language policy, consecutively for the third year in a row.

The award was facilitated by the honourable Union Minister of Home Affairs Shri Amit Shah to Shri Shanti Lal Jain, Executive Director, Bankof Barodain presence of honourable Ministers of State for Home Affairs Shri Nityanand Rai and Shri. G. Kishan Reddy in a function held in New Delhi on Hindi Divas.

The Bank town Official language implementation committee that functions under the convenorship of the bank in Bareilly was also awarded with the second prize in linguistic region ‘A’. Committees have been constituted at different levels for the smooth implementation of Official Language Policy of the Government of India in Ministries/Departments, Offices, Undertakings, Banks, Institutes etc. of the Union Government. The award was received by General Manager Shri Satish Kumar Arora and Member Secretary Shri. Amit Chaudhary.

Shri.Shanti Lal Jain Executive Director.Bank of Barodasaid, “It is an honour to receive the award from the Union Minister of Home Affairs Shri Amit Shah. It is a step taken by the bank to use Hindi as an official language to support the Government’s One Nation – One language policy. We expect that our combined efforts will help to extend the benefits of banking to the common people as well as successful implementation and propagation of policies and schemes of the Government in a democratic setting. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the efforts made by our employees in the successful implementation across our offices.”

Narration of the Photograph: Union Minister of Home Affairs Shri Amit Shah presents Rajbhasha Kirti Award to Shri S. L. Jain, Executive Director, Bank of Baroda


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