JK Bank official accorded warm send-off
Bandipora, Apr 15: Employees of J&K Bank today gave a warm send-off to Ghulam Muhammad Bhat, who retired on superannuation on March 31 as Executive Manager.
The farewell to him was accorded during a simple but impressive function here today.
J&K Bank Vice President North zone Ghulam Qadir Shah was the Chief Guest on the occasion.
Qazi Aftab, Zonal Head Kashmir (North), all the B/U heads of the district and other officers were also present on the occasion.
Hailing the contribution of Bhat, who has served the Institution in different capacities and has “played his role for development of the Bank” Vice President said that contributions of the retiring employees need to be acknowledged and appreciated.
He added that organizational culture which has been built by employees over a period of time through dedication, devotion, high level of commitment and emotional attachment needs to be preserved, promoted and passed on to new generation.
He stressed the need for upgradation of knowledge levels and skill-sets of employees with a view to enable them to deliver better and meet the future challenges successfully.
Qazi Aftab also spoke on the occasion and appreciated the contribution of the retiring official.
Bhat expressed his gratitude to the employees saying, “I am delighted to be part of J&K Bank that has empowered me, enriched my understanding and now honours my contributions.”
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