JK Bank bags WWF Rolling Trophy
Hailed for corporate social responsibility
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Mar 14: J&K Bank has been awarded World Wide Fund (WWF) Rolling Trophy for maintaining Brigadier Rajinder Singh Park at Jammu.
The park has been maintained and developed by the Bank under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
The award to the Bank was given at the annual Science Exhibition & Flower Show organized on March 13 by Indian Institute of Integrative Medicine (formerly Regional Research Laboratory) Jammu.
The Bank also bagged four other prizes under different categories during the show. All the present dignitaries and participants hailed the role of Bank as a responsible corporate entity of the state, it said in a statement.
The trophy, awarded to the bank for fourth time in a row, was received by Madan Gupta, Vice President, Jammu (Central Zone), on behalf of the bank. Prof.Varun Sahni V C Jammu University, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.
Bank has also participated in other categories and won the four first prizes in the 46th annual flower show. Various private and public parks also participated in the show.
Under its CSR, the Bank is maintaining the Rajinder Park Jammu for the last seven years.
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